Mantra for Giving Great and Inspiring Speech

In this post, I have described a simple Mantra for giving a great and inspiring speech and influencing all those who are hearing you make that speech. This Mantra is most suitable for public speakers, including opinion makers, sales persons, debaters, politicians and others who have to give speeches regularly as a part of their profession.

The Mantra Prayog for Mastering this special Mantra should be performed by following the procedure given below.

1] Start the Mantra Prayog on the Pushya Nakshatra, which is falling on a Sunday. This is the most auspicious Tithi for starting the Siddhi Sadhana for this Mantra Experiment.

2] Sit facing the East Direction on any comfortable sitting mat.

3] The Mantra given below has to be chanted 12,500 times in order to gain Siddhi over the Mantra. This number can be divided into a fixed number of Mantra Chants per day.  However, the Mantra Japa should start at approximately the same time everyday [5-10 minutes, here and there is all right]  until the Mantra Prayog is completed.

The Mantra Prayog should be completed in as few number of days as possible.

Any Japa Mala, including a Rudraksha Japa Mala can be used to count the number of Mantra Chants.

मंत्र 
ॐ ज्रौं ज्रौं शुद्धबुद्धिं प्रदेहि श्रुत देवीमर्हत तुभ्यं नमः ||
Mantra
Om Jrom Jrom Suddhabuddhim Pradehi Shruta Devimarhata Tubhyam Namah ||

4] Then, after the completion of the Mantra Prayog, the Mantra should be chanted for 1 Mala daily so as to keep the power of the Mantra intact.

In order to use the Mantra to give a great and inspiring speech and influence your listeners, the practitioner should write the Mantra on a piece of white colored paper using Ashtagandha or Hingula [cinnabar] paste and written with a pointed wooden stick.

Then, this piece of paper should be kept on the Podium when you are delivering the speech.

Following this paranormal procedure will make you a great and inspiring orator.

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