Andrea Bobby

Andrea is a lifelong practitioner and certified Teacher of Yoga from the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram in Kerala, India. As well as being the founder, creator and author of Body Mind Light and a Brand Ambassador for yoga clothing lines, she also teaches private classes in Sivananda Yoga in Toronto, Canada.

10 Responses

  1. Neil says:

    Andrea,
    Again, I thank you for your posts. They help me find my center especially during these stressful times. I have found that I do best by reciting these types of things over and over again. Do you happen to have a recording of the Universal Prayer that you like best? Perhaps one that you yourself have recorded? I’d be happy to download it and listen to it during my routine. Be well!
    -Neil

    • Andrea Bobby says:

      You’re welcome Neil! Repeating the words yourself, with attention and feeling, is much more powerful than listening to a recording.
      However, I’d be happy to send you one!

  2. Anthony Hu says:

    Hi, Thanks for the information. I like the concept of the Universal Prayer. Prayer should be universal and is a recitation of inspiring, uplifting and humbling poetry within each individual. Is Yoga a part of the universal prayer? Very interesting philosophy!

  3. Brandon says:

    Such a great prayer I must say. I never used to be spiritual but have been getting into the whole “manifestation” thing – manifesting things by asking the universe. It works, there’s no doubt about it, but you have to believe it and KNOW it’s going to happen. You just need to be patient. I like this prayer and will try it out myself. Cheers.

  4. BooBish says:

    Thanks for sharing this “Universal Prayer”, which I assume was written some while back.

    I understand some of what the “Universal Prayer” says but not all of it.

    So is this “Higher Power” within each of us what’s commonly called “God”?

    And are we speaking to our “Higher Self” when we say “Adorable Lord of Mercy”, I wonder?

    • Andrea Bobby says:

      Higher Power, God, Buddha, Krishna, Allah… It’s all different names for the same thing. And each individual will incorporate this prayer according to what fits in for them.

  5. Esme says:

    Hi Andrea, I really enjoyed The Universal Prayer. I like how you introduced and explained what the Universal Prayer is. I must say It left me with a sense of peace within after I recited it. I will be sure to save it and recite The Universal Prayer often. Just reading this page was very calming lots of spiritual information.

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