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Mantra to Immobilize Tongue and Conspiracies of Enemies

An effective Mantra to shut down all the activities of an enemy, opponent or rival by immobilizing his tongue has been described in this post. This Stambhan or Immobilization Mantra is also said to stop enemies and the other un-friendly people mentioned above from successfully hatching any kind of conspiracy against the practitioner.

This Stambhan Mantra given below in this post is a Siddh Mantra because the Stambhan Tantra has not specified any kind of Siddhi Sadhana for using this Mantra to put an end to dangerous schemes being plotted by enemies and foes or any other unfriendly people.

The procedure given below should be followed in order to practice the Stambhan Mantra Prayog.

Mantra to Immobilize Conspiracies of Enemies

1] The practitioner can practice this Stambhan Mantra Experiment on any day by taking the name of the targetted person just once and chanting the Mantra 108 times.

ॐ तटमर्टय स्वाहा ॐ व्याघ्र वदने वज्र देवी सप्त पाताल भेदिनी यज्ञक्षय प्रतिक्षोभिणी राजा मोहिनी त्रैलोक्य वश करणी परसभा जय जय ॐ ह्रां ह्रीं फट स्वाहा ||
Om Tatamartaya Swaha Om Vyaghra Vadane Vajra Devi Sapt Paataal Bhedini Yagyakshaya Pratikshobhini Raja Mohini Trailokya Vash Karani Parasabha Jay Jay Om Hraam Hreem Fat Swaha ||

2] The practitioner can use any kind of counting rosary, including a Rudraksha Jaap Mala for counting the number of Mantra Chants.

Notes- Success in such Mantra Experiments mostly depends on the self-belief, confidence and intensity with which the practitioner chants the Mantra.

Mantras, Yantras and Tantra for Enemies, rivals and competitors can be seen in the section on Mantra Tantra for Enemies.

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  1. 1) When and how the name of enemy is to be spoken ?
    2) what is perfect time to do this sadhna I.e morning/evening/midnight ?
    3) are only 108 recitations sufficient ?

  2. 1) When and how the name of enemy is to be spoken ?
    2) perfect time to do this sadhna ? Is it morning/evening/ midnight ?
    3) are only 108 recitations sufficient ?


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