The Sadhana of the Padmini Yakshini is performed on the day of Ashada Purnima; also called the Guru Purnima. It is commenced during the period of the Swati Nakshtra [Arcturus]; on the 4th Prahara of the night. The place for performing this Mantra Sadhana has to be a secluded and lonely one where there is no chance of the Sadhak getting disturbed.
The Sadhak sits under a Peepal tree [sacred fig] and commences the Padmini Sadhana. He uses a seat made from copper to sit on, faces the South and installs an idol of the deity Batuknath and performs a Vidhi Purvak Pooja of the idol. Then starts chanting the Mantra. The Mantra is to be chanted 125,000 times, using any kind of Mala in a fixed number of days.
When the Padmini Yakshini arrives all kinds of musical instruments start playing; but one does not see who is playing these instruments. Then out of nowhere appears a large procession, moving on the tunes of the music; then the Padmini Yakshini shows her shows herself and the Sadhak is stunned and hypnotized by her beauty.
She is fair in color, has long and beautiful hair which reach her knees, her thighs are soft and well rounded, she has a lotus flowers in her hands and a garland of scented flowers around her neck.
If the Sadhak succeeds in invoking and attracting her, he never faces any shortage of money and wealth. This is among those Sadhanas which are for the advanced practitioners who have knowledge about the basic principles.
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