Some children have fears and insecurities like fear of talking to somebody, not able to taking major decisions, managing time and so on.
All of them indicate low self-esteem. It is not low self-confidence. They will have reluctance in going about their life.
Who will have more of this problem? Those who have failed in life many times will feel so. Mind will become weak.
Mind means Solar Plexus (Chakra). If you strengthen it, high self-esteem will come. Without any hesitation, if you think you are right, then you should do it – RAMAM.
More you say Ramam then RAMA BADRAM will come. Badram means comfortable. So you will lead a comfortable life.
RAMA CHANDRAM means you will get life. It will get brighter.
From victim state it will help us to come out. We keep struggling so much. Then we will start feeling dejected. Then this mantra will help you to come out of it.
What are the Bija mantras?
They are: Om Lum Namaha, Om Vum Namaha, Om Rum Namaha, Om Yum Namaha, Om Hum Namaha
All these five Bija mantras are chanted in the order mentioned. They go to the source of problems. Sometime even after taking so many different medicines a disease will not be cured. At that time, if the Bija mantras are chanted in this order continuously, they will heal the issue.
How can we use Bija Mantras
The mantras can be chanted over a glass of water, say about 100 times and can be given to the person who has a problem.
If we want to balance this centre (or your house) we can chant these mantras.
For us, to balance our chakras this mantra will be helpful.
Bija mantras activate our chakras
The chakras have petals. Basic chakra has 4 petals, the Hara chakra has 6, solar plexus has 10, heart chakra has 12, and throat chakra has 16 petals. When we chant Bija mantras, the petals of chakras open up to receive the energy. So we can chant the mantras any number of times.
Chakras are connected to our body organs
Each and every chakra is connected to the organs/glands and some life issues attached to them. When you chant these Bija mantras continuously the organs, glands and life issues are healed. Do not chant them separately because all these Bija mantras form a cycle.
It is better to chant them together in the right order. Because the moment you chant Lum, immediately the next chakra (Hara) readies itself for its mantra as it expects that its own mantra (Vum) will be chanted next.
In addition, the moment one chakra is activated simultaneously the other chakras are also activated too. In the same way, if one chakra has a problem then all the other chakras will also have problems too. So it is better to chant all the Bija mantras in the order mentioned.
On this most auspicious Gurupoornima, please accept our deep felt gratitude for guiding us out of several critical situations in life. We sailed through them as if we were protected by the Divine grace. Thank you!
Last month, I mentioned that we were concerned about meeting the monthly expenses without my husband’s pay.
I continued to write the switch words, “DIVINE FIND COUNT” every day, In addition, we were chanting the mantra, “OM GAM GANAPATHAYAE NAMAHA”.
Much to our surprise, my husband’s former employer deposited a pay check in the account, to pay for this unused leave. We also received a tax refund, much to our surprise.
Thank you so much for your time and consideration.
The mantra “OM GAM GANAPATHAYAE NAMAHA” will stabilize the Basic Chakra and one will get money.
I have pain in chest (left side), did ECG, which came out normal.
I have bloating and burping problem since last 4 days. Whenever I eat, the pain increases for some time and then subsides, but is still present.
Dr. says I have GERD and gastritis. Is there is any mantra for relief?
I am 31 years old and planning for a baby (not yet pregnant).
Don‘t want to be on medication for rest of my life.
Don’t decide on anything. What you don’t want will come to you.
Chant “WU CHI JO” for 15 minutes after taking food.
When you have bloating problem be in Chin Mudra.
ANUSHKA (after 10 days)
I would like to mention that your mantra “WU CHI JO” has started to show effect (within 3 days) as I have less bloating, less chest pain, and sometimes no bloating at all.
I will keep on chanting the mantra. It’s a huge relief.
Even after that solution is not visible, there is no progress and the problem is still there. At that time what we have to do? At that time only surrender will work.
AMBIKA ANADHINIDHANA ASWAROODA APARAJITHA – We have to chant this with full love. Ambika is the universal mother. When you call the universal mother there should be love from the heart.
Anadhinidhana means clearing or solving all types of obstacles or problems. When you go in the spiritual path there will be a lot of obstacles.
Ashwaroodaa – Aswa means a horse. Mind is not a monkey but it is a horse. You cannot channelize the mind or control as it moves so fast like a horse. One who controls this horse is Ashwaroodaa.
One who controls the mind or one who wins the mind is invincible. Nobody can win him, but that is Aparaajithaa.
When you want success the mind should not be there. So the mind should die. When will the mind die? That is only when you surrender.
Till I find the solution I will fight. But when I am not able to solve the problem I will surrender, the mind dies and then the Divine will start acting.
Till such time you surrender, the Divine will be silent. When you surrender as you cannot endure any more, then the Divine will wake up. When mind is active, the Divine is inactive and when the Mind in inactive, the Divine is active.
It is very difficult to understand the life. One who wins the mind can understand the life better.
Even after this, it is not happening means then what you desire is not for you and therefore, you can give up.
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.
Is it ok if I choose to chant TOGETHER DIVINE or other switch words or mantra, or is it required I chant any word that crosses my path thrown at me.
Chant any word that crosses my path and thrown at me.
I have been doing this on 2/3 words last week and finding a lot of clarity emerging!! It is amazing!!
And more funnily it reminded me of something similar I used to do when I was a student/teen that I had completely forgotten. I wondered when and why I stopped it and am now thinking about how to revive it.
Thank you for your guidance and wisdom.
Let me tell you a story about Swami Ram Das.
As a person who has given up worldly life, he is supposed to beg for food.
One day, while he was standing in front of a door waiting for somebody to give food, an angry lady threw a dirty cloth at him.
He accepted it gracefully, went home and washed it clean.
Then he tore the clothes and made them as threads to burn a lamp.
Keeping the lady in mind, he then prayed, “Oh Lord, I saw the unhappiness in lady’s angry face. I saw her poverty as she could give me only a dirty cloth. Please alleviate her unhappiness and poverty and make her prosperous”.
What a positive frame of mind the Sage Ram Das had!!!
Like him, whatever is thrown at us, should be used to convert the darkness in our heart with light and love.