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Mantras Discussed on 4th Sep 2010

Mantra for the Day:

Ramam Ramabadram Ramachandram

We need this mantra:

  • When we do not accept ourselves
  • When we have a low self-esteem
  • When we always seek approval from others, for our acts
  • This mantra balances solar plexus chakra, gives us self-confidence and assertiveness
  • It helps us to love ourselves and accept ourselves
  • “MAM” in Ramam helps to activate the inner child

Lalitham Srinivasam Lalitham Padmanabham Lalitham Damodaram

  • When both husband and wife chant this mantra together, they will be blessed with a child
  • For a good growth of foetus, throughout pregnancy, one can chant this mantra

Lalitham Lambodaram Lalitham Baskaram Lalitham Balachandram

We can chant this mantra:

  • When we are stuck up in life
  • When all our efforts go in vain
  • When we have a fear of failure
  • When somebody criticizes, we become a victim of ourselves
  • When others find fault with us

Lalitham Sridharam Lalitham Baskaram Lalitham Sudarshanam

This mantra helps us to clear our debts.

Case History – 1:

An elderly person had a huge debt to be paid to a bank. After chanting this mantra continuously, his brother offered to pay Rs.18 lakhs to the bank as part of his share of the debts. The bank waived the remaining loan amount.

Case History – 2:

X had to pay Rs. 64,000 to the bank. Naran advised him to chant this mantra. He kept on chanting this mantra while negotiating with bank personnel. They asked him to pay Rs. 15,000 only and that too to in six instalments, to clear this amount.

Lalitham Sadashivam Lalitham Chandrasekaram

Lalitham Sadashivam helps us to:

  • Prevention of debts
  • Removal of unwanted cellular memories which haunt us
  • Healing your shadow self
  • Before wedding, to attract a good spouse
  • When you want to buy a house, if you don’t have one currently.
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How do I handle my arrogant husband?

My husband can be called as Mr. Arrogance, even though he is good to me otherwise. Even though I have a good tolerance level, I tend to loose my temper after some time. This would result in us, fighting and shouting at each other for two or three days.

One day when my husband went to his usual antics of arguing and shouting, I chanted silently “Kadgam Saranam Sangam Saranam Saarngam Saranam” continuously, while he was verbally abusing me.

In an hour’s time, he stopped his shouting, became normal, and started a normal conversation with me.

I have decided to do this, whenever he tends to be abusive and criticizing.

– Shantha

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