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Mantra for being Blessed with Laxmi

This is a Laxmi Sampada Mantra. The meaning of the word Sampada in “blessed” or “being blessed with something”. Thus you can see that this is a mantra to be blessed with or by Laxmi. Being blessed by Laxmi is normally a phrase reserved for the rich and wealth people of this world. So you can understand what it is all about.

The Mantra is mastered by chanting it 21,000 times and while chanting it offering a Chameli Flower [Jasmine Flower] to the feet of an idol or photo of Laxmi; every time the Laxmi Mantra is chanted. This can be done in 21 days; by chanting 1000 chants of the mantra each day.

Then 1 Mala or 108 chants are to be done every day. A chanting rosary made from dried lotus seeds is to be used to count the mantra. This is a Satvik Sadhana; hence women should avoid the chanting during the monthly cycle.

A Mantra chanted for being blessed with wealth and riches
Mantra for being Blessed with Laxmi


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  1. Dear Neel
    can we perform this sadhana in one day. Just asking as dhanterash is coming on next Monday?
    Thanks
    Jack

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    1. This is a 21 day Mantra Experiment and has to be practised as mentioned in the above post.

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  2. DEAR SIR
    .
    One question , One Jasmine Flower has to be offered at one chant of mantra, that means 1000 flower has to be offered when doing 1000 chant?
    Please confirm
    Thank you

    ReplyDelete

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