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Transform enemies into friends

Mrs. D.P.

Is there any mantra to be chanted for world peace? Today I read about the bomb blast in Delhi HC and people’s body parts flying all over the place!!!

What can be chanted that such bad incidents stop happening and the world becomes a safer place to live for children, friends and family?

Naran

It is very disturbing to note that India – a peaceful loving country – is always tormented with terrorist attacks. You asked a right question at the right time. This question is perturbing me for quite some time.

“OM HOWM VUM JOOM SAHA” is one mantra which can protect places and people.

Atmospherically, the five elements are totally imbalanced in India.

  • Balance these five elements – Space, Air, fire, and water, Earth – by coming out of your body. Say, “I am the atman and not this body or mind”.
  • Say “ENTER CENTRE” visualizing yourself coming out of your body through your head.
  • Stand outside the body and say, “The atman (which is full of light) in association with Paramatman (universal soul) is sending light to balance and harmonize the five elements of India”.
  • Visualize a picture of peace covering all over India and its people, starting from your house covering up cities and states one by one and chant “OM HOWM VUM JOOM SAHA” for first two minutes
  • And “CHANGE DIVINE ORDER FIND DIVINE ORDER” for the next three minutes.
  • After finishing, say “I am the atman going back to this body”.

The whole of this exercise will take 10 minutes.

A group healing of minimum of 10 persons doing at the same time will be much better. Form a healing group and do it.

Madhu

I liked the way you said about India’s peace. I also have a question but it may sound different. So pls don’t get me wrong.

Is there any chant which can make a good relationship between India and Pak, as I have many Pak friends from which I can say all are not terrorists?

We all are human beings. If anyhow I can help to do it I will be happy.

Naran

Thank you. It is a good question.

This all of us should do, at least for five minutes a day.

Pass this on to your friends.

Chant “RISHYASRINGA MAHARISHI CHANGE DIVINE”.

Rishyasringa was a saint doing tapas (meditation) thousands and thousands of years ago, somewhere in the interior forests of Karnataka forest. In his surroundings snakes and frogs tigers and deer’s lived friendly.

It was his aura or energy which transformed the enemies into friends.

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Enhance your happiness skills-set

When we try to control, we lose control

In our lives, we have so much of likes and dislikes.

We have so much of desires too – desire to control the event, desire to change the other person etc.

Why there is always disharmony in us?

It is because we always have the desire to control or change other person.

There is desire for approval too.

We are leading our lives for the sake of others.

Even though we are fully secured, we want to save money. There is no limit for needs and desires.

If I like I will move with that person and if I do not like that person I will move away from him.

Whatever event comes to me then I decide that it should happen in a certain way and try to frame that event.

I always resist what is given to me.

I am afraid that I will be joyful and happy

Can we be without these desires?

Whatever the course the life takes let it take.

Can I watch my life myself like I watch the waves of the sea? Why I am not able to do this?

What is preventing me from observing my own life?

Because I fear that I may get back joy and innocence. Whatever the joy and innocence I had when I was five years old, I fear that I might get that back.

Though we are seekers of joy and happiness, we are not the seekers of innocence.

Is it possible to get childlike happiness?

For that there is a mantra. That is NAMASHIVAYAM.

This should be chanted in sets of five.

As I chant this mantra continuously all my desires turn into ashes.

The fear of death or the feeling of insecurity will go off.

I will come to know that I am nothing but Shiva, the ever-happy person.

Shiva means Mangalam, the person who is truly happy.

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