Improve Your Decision Making Capabilities and Develop Your Third Eye

Shivohum means, ‘I am Siva’.  I am that.

Our Decision Making Process is Poor

Whenever we need to take a decision, we have to know the positive side or negative side of it. Our decisions are imperfect, any decision for that matter, because we are limited by our own perception.

We know only two sides of the coin – right or wrong, positive or negative, and good or bad. However, a decision has to be tuned with the divine will. Unfortunately, we take our decisions unconsciously. But, we are lucky enough to take the right decisions sometimes.

Tuning with the Divine Will

Is there anything that will tune me to the divine will and give me the power of discrimination (Vivekam)?  Is there a way, through which I can take decisions as per divine will or plan. The Shivohum mantra can help you in this regard.

Shiva means Mangalam. The one word that produces happiness in you is Shiva. By repeating that one can be happy, for the word Shiva produces happiness. How? Then, I become Shiva or an embodiment of Shiva.

Thinking like Divine

In the normal life, think, “Why not I become like divine? Why not I think like a divine?” If you think like divine, your life would be alright.

The Shivohum will keep you align with divinity.

Benefits of chanting Shivohum

The mantra gives you the state of happiness, so whatever you do will produce happiness.

HUM activates the throat chakra and thyroid. Our throat chakra can be energised and balanced.

HUM activates thyroid and purifies it, which is responsible for detoxification of the body. If any mental impurities are there, Hum will release it. Then you take the decision.

Shivohum activates the third eye chakra or higher perception. It’s the third eye, which is responsible for wisdom. However, we can’t directly activate our third eye. We have to release the impurities first.

Chanting of this mantra achieves both.

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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 17, 2010, in Mantra and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Very informative posts, sir. How many times we have to chant Shivohum before taking decision? Thanks, divine.

  2. chant till you get clarity.

  3. ok, thank-you sir 🙂

  4. Hi Naran.

    My daughter is diagnosed with autism. She is 2 year old and has not yet started talking.
    Therapists suggest she needs to go to a special school and require speech therapy and occupational therapy.

    Please help so that she starts talking and learns like a normal child.

  5. Dear Sir,

    As per numerology my name “Aasish Kolhapurkar” in Office comes to 53 -> 5+3=8.

    Numerologists have confirmed that number 8 is not favorable for a person born on 6,15 or 24.

    Can you please give me a swtichword/mantra that will help to reduce the name’s negative effects?

    Thanks in advance,

    Aasish.

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