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Mantra to see past, present and future in a dream

This is the Chichi Pishachini Mantra Sadhana to gain paranormal knowledge about what is going to happen in the past, present and the future, in a dream.

The Mantra Sadhana is done in this manner - Kesar [Saffron], Gorochan and Milk should be mixed together to prepare a paste. Taking this paste, using a pointed stick an Ashtakamal [Lotus Flower having 8 petals] should be drawn on a Blue Bhojpatra. On every one of the 8 petals the Maya Beej Mantra ह्रीं [Hreem] has to be written.

The Chichi Pishachini Yantra has to be offered incense, flowers and a Diya of pure Ghee and energized. Then it has to be tied to the head and the Chichi Pishachini Mantra given here has to be chanted 10,000 times. This Sadhana has to be practiced at a stretch for a period of 7 days.

If the Sadhak is successful in this Sadhana the Pishachini will appear in his dream and give him knowledge about the events of the past, present and future.

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Chichi Yakshini Mantra to See Future


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  1. Dear Sir,
    Since this sadhana is so much like Karna Pishachini, is it also an Aghori mantra and may cause a side effect? If I just want an answer that happens now through dreams for a couple of times, can it really cause side effect as well? Please kindly reply again. Thanks a lot.

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    1. I have the same question, neel sir. Please reply.

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  2. sir is this not a satvic pracrtice?

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  3. Sir plz draw the picture of yantra..when should chant this mantra...ten thousand chanting within single day or a length of 7days


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