Vishnu Mantra to Gain Everything in Life

In this post, I have written about a 4 words Lord Vishnu Mantra to gain everything in life by achieving the 4 Purusharth or the 4 basic objectives or purposes that are a part of Hindu Philosophy. The 4 Purusharth – Dharma, Arth, Kaam and Moksha are the main fundamental principles of living life to its full potential as intended by the Creator.

At the present moment of time, we are going through the toughest period witnessed by most regions of the world since the second world war. The outbreak of Coronavirus or Covid 19 has in no time changed the lifestyles of most people all over the world and we still do not know what will come next.

In past posts, I had described some of the Prophecies of Nostradamus that could relate to Coronavirus. The coming future is not bright because diseases, famines, revolution, wars and natural disasters, like earthquakes, floods, climate change, volcanic eruptions are a part of the sequence that leads to transformation and change.

Lord Vishnu Mantra for achieving the 4 Purusharth

Coming back to the Mantra and the 4 Purusharth, the meaning of this “term” in simplified language can be taken as-

Dharma – Leading life with decency and not causing physical and psychological harm to anyone.

Arth – Gain of money and the resources that are essential for bringing prosperity and abundance in your lives.

Kaam – Sensory pleasure and satisfaction that is essential for leading a happy and contented life. Suppression/deprivation of sensory pleasures, including love, leads to a mutation in the brain that is responsible for crimes and wrongdoings.

Moksha – Spirituality and trying to seek the unknown that leads to the evolution of life.

The Vishnu Mantra is as follows-

मंत्र 
ॐ श्रेयः श्रीमते नमः ||
Mantra
Om Shreyah Shrimate Namah ||

Meaning of the Mantra: जीवन के चार पुरुषार्थ देने वाले विष्णु भगवान को मेरा नमन / I Salute Vishnu Bhagwan who gives the 4 Purusharth / Objectives of Life

This Vishnu Mantra is based upon one of the names of Lord Vishnu contained in the श्री विष्णु सहस्रनाम स्तोत्र / Shri Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram. It is not found in many versions of the  Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram but is contained in the Bhagavad Guna Darpanam, which was composed by Sri Parasara Bhattar. I have written about this version in some earlier posts.

The method of chanting this Mantra- 
1] It is recommended that the practitioner chant this Mantra 108 times daily or for a fixed period of time.

2] The practitioner should concentrate on his  सहस्रार चक्र / Sahasrara-Crown Chakra that lies on the top of the head while chanting the Mantra. If that is not possible, then the practitioner can chant the Mantra in a calm and composed manner without being distracted by anything and concentration only upon the Mantra and nothing else.

3] Apart from what is mentioned in Points 1 and 2 there are no specific rules regarding Disha, Aasan, Shubh Muhurat, Puja-Vidhi, etc for chanting this Mantra.

Note- Hindi language video of the same Mantra can be seen on our YouTube Channel – Sab Kuch Paane Ka Bhagwan Vishnu Ka Mantra

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