I don’t want to be bed-ridden

(And I want to remain youthful…)

All of us have that desire in common, “When I get old, I should not disturb anybody, and die peacefully, probably while I am in sleep”. Everybody has this desire. However, we don’t now how to achieve that goal.

Vajreswari Vaamadevi Vayo Avastha Vivarjitha

Vajreswari

Vajram means iron. Vajrayudha is the tool of Lord Indra. Vajreswari Shakthi has a strong heart. If you want an iron like physical heart we have to have compassion. When your emotional heart is lighter, then your physical heart becomes stronger.

How to have that universal love? If I like somebody, I will approach them. Otherwise I will avoid them and give them 100 excuses to meet them.  In our world, today’s friends become tomorrow’s enemies. Without that type of approach to friendships, the heart has to become lighter. If you chant Vajreswari you will become compassionate and everybody will start loving you.

Vaamadevi

Today morning a patient asked me, “Will my eyes get beautiful? My eye lashes have to be prominent. Will my skin glow”? It can happen, provided she takes Bach Flower Remedy Crab Apple and Gem Remedy Diamond.

All of us wanted to look young. We will not agree we have become old. We may mention in a conversation that we have become old, but we don’t want to believe it in our mind.

If we say Vaamadevi we will always be youthful. Why, because of Vama – one of the five Rudras, who always looks young. Vamadeva is married to Devi — who resides in his heart. Vaamadevi here denotes a person who is married to Vama.

Vayo Avastha Vivarjitha

How to be always young? We have to go to that person who is always young and ask her. Because, she alone knows, how one can remain young. That Devi doesn’t have any aging issues.

Our goal is that we should die naturally, at the same time not be bed ridden and be young until we die. Chant this mantra to achieve this goal.

Can I say this mantra silently? Yes, you may.

Application of this Mantra

Imbalance in the body needs this mantra.

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About Naran S. Balakumar

Naran balakumar is a herbalist practising bach flower therapy for the last 11 years. Naran is a Reiki master teacher.

Posted on December 19, 2009, in Mantra and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Dear Naranji
    It seems this mantra is one line of Lalita Sahasranamam. I learnt it from my mother and used to recite daily but I never knew it had these powerful sub-mantras inside. For how many times is this slokam recommended to chant?
    regards
    Hari

  2. Naran
    A very sincere gratitude to you. Is this mantra suitable to be chanted by men? The quote “Vaamadevi here denotes a person who is married to Vama.” confuses for that assertion.

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