Even after chanting OM HAM NAMAHA for a week, if there is no improvement or there is no movement, then to come out of the problem, chant HOOM KSHAM.
You can also chant this mantra with breathing. When you say HOOM exhale and inhale while chanting SHAM.
When you say HOOM the darkness will go out, that is the one that is surrounding the problem.
Sham means light, and the light should come to the third eye (Buddhi – intelligence). SHAM is the Bija mantra for third eye.
When the darkness goes out, light comes in or when the light comes in darkness goes out.
This is a solution finder.
In this usage of HOOM KSHAM mantra, the only disadvantage is that we do not know what solution will come.
The solution will come but since we could not identify the same because either we carelessly leave or simply neglect it.
The divine ways are different. We may think that the solution may not be so simple and therefore we may neglect.
Unfortunately, the one which you may neglect be the right solution for you. Therefore, we have to be careful when you get the solution by chanting this mantra.
In addition, we always think that the problem is insurmountable.
Therefore, we must observe keenly and particularly and work on what is simple.
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