Power ball Mega Million Lottery Winning Secrets

Power ball Mega Million Lottery Winning Secrets

Power ball Mega Million Lottery Winning Secrets

Power ball Mega Million Lottery Winning Secrets

 

 

Power ball Mega Million Lottery Winning Secrets goddess lakshmi

Power ball Mega Million Lottery Winning Secrets goddess lakshmi

 

 

Many of My Clients Asking Me some powerful mantra for winning Lottery or any kind of game of chance, today is your lucky day by this mantra you can easily win any lottery or game of chance , all you need is a little patience and Faith On Goddess Lakshmi that she will understand your situation and give you treasures in no time ……

 

By This Powerful Mantra you can win any Lottery , any Game of chance and it enhances your financial status  all you have to remember is just chanting this mantra or Aarti of goddess lakshmi in the Brahm Muhurata (Time Betwen 5-7 am everyday ) Do this prayer in front of goddess lakshmi and before starting setup alter 

 

Things you need for this : 

  1. Fruits 
  2. Lamps
  3. sandalwood paste
  4. garland
  5. Incense sticks  
  6. Match Box 
  7. Plate or any container 
  8. Goddess Lakshmi Picture 
  9. And Above All Strong Faith and Devotion 

Process: How to Do it Right ??

Every Day wake up at 5 am and after ablution start setting up the alter , place goddess Lakshmi picture or statue in front of you or in your mandir (your place of worship) in front of picture devote flowers and lite a lamp, offer a abhisheka by sandal wood paste and make a tika on your Forehead also , And start chanting this mantra 7 times 

 

Maha Lakshmi Namastubhayam  Namastubhyam Sureshwari 

Hari Priya Namastubhayam , Namastubhyam Dayanedhe.

 

After This Little Miracle start chanting this Goddess Lakshmi Prayer and after completon Ask Whatever you want …. Like …

Oh Goddess Of Treasures, i am a poor man i need a little favor of yours, i have purchased this ticket no. please help me in winning this lottery Your Faithfully So and So .

 

 

Power ball Mega Million Lottery Winning Secrets

Power ball Mega Million Lottery Winning Secrets

 

Chanting This Prayer Daily In The morning not only make you win any lottery even you become a money magnet , this will make you money magnet ! wherever you go you will attract money luck and all good things that you ever imagined in your life … this will bring good fortune and happiness in your life .

 

Power ball Mega Million Lottery Winning Secrets india

Power ball Mega Million Lottery Winning Secrets india

 

 

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May Goddess Fulfill Whatever your wish is, if you are worthy of it .


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Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya

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Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya  (in devanagari: ॐ नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय) is a Hindu mantra. ‘Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya’ is a mantra ofVishnu and Krishna both. It has two traditions—Tantric and Puranic. In Tantrik Tradition, the Rishi of the Mantra is Prajapati, in Puranic Tradition the Rishi is Narada. Both, however, say it is the Supreme Vishnu Mantra. Sharada Tilak Tantram, for example, says “Dvadasharno mahamantrah pradhano Vaishnavagame”—the twelve lettered mantra is the chief among vaishnava mantras. Similarly, this is the ultimate mantra in ShrimadBhagavatam, whose 12 Chapters are taken as extensions of the 12 Letters of this Mantra., This twelve syllable mantra is known as a Mukti (liberation) mantra and a spiritual formula for attaining freedom.This can be chanted like Gayatri Mantra. This is the principal mantra of the Vedic scripture “Srimad Bhagavatam”. This mantra can also be found in Vishnu Purana.

Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya

Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya

Many of you, as spiritual seekers, would be practicing japa sadhana. When you were initiated you would have been told that you should do japa, chanting of the Divine Name. Tat japah jadarthabhavanah – the recitation, chanting or japa of the mantra is to be accompanied by a contemplation on its importance or meaning. As a matter of fact, japa, according to Patanjali, is not merely a mechanical chanting of the Name, although chanting is also Japa, but it is tadartha bhavana or the contemplation on the meaning of the mantra. To give an instance, ‘Om Namo Bhagavate Vaasudevaya’ is a mantra. Chanting this is japa. Japa can be of two kinds: external verbaljapa, as well as internal manasika japa, or mental japa. Japa is the repetition of a mantra, which is a mysterious group of letters or phrases so connected with one another that when the mantra is chanted a peculiar sensation or vibration is generated in the entire system. That is the difference between ordinary words or sentences or groups of phrases and a mantra. A mantra is the result of a vision of a seer and it is the concrete manifestation of the deity or devata through the world of language, which is made to manifest in the mantra. When you chant a mantra correctly and systematically with proper intonation, there is immediately set up a vibration in the nervous system in such a manner that a harmony is established in the whole world. Different mantras produce different vibrations and they invoke different devatas.

Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya‘ is a mantra of Bhagavan Sri Krishna. It means literally: “Prostration to Bhagavan Vasudeva.” ‘Surrender to Sri Vasudeva’ is implied therein. Now, the prostration, salutation, is an external symbol of the internal union. When we do namaskara to a deity in the temple, to a friend or any person, we join both the palms and bend ourselves low. Thisnamaskara, and the joining of the palms are indicative of the feeling of union of oneself with the other. “I and you are one” – that is prostration, that is namaskara. “Bhagavan Vasudeva, I am one with you” is a spirit of surrender, and here begins meditation on Bhagavan Vasudeva. When this mantra is chanted you have also created the requisite atmosphere in the mind for contemplation on Bhagavan Vasudeva, to begin meditation and to feel His presence. This rule applies to all other mantras, also.

Most of you will have this practical difficulty when the mantra is chanted and meditation begins. The mind ordinarily gets confused as to how to start, what to begin with, what to think, what to feel, etc. When you chant a mantra you may think of the letters of the mantra. Perhaps you may also feel that the meaning of the mantra is “prostration to Bhagavan”. But how are you to proceed further? Mentally, feel that the Lord is seated or standing in front of you, and slowly, after an adequate length of time or period, you will begin to feel His omnipresence in front of you, to the right and to the left, above and below, and so on.

The thought of God is like a fire which will burn up all desires. The highest knowledge is nothing but the deep feeling of the presence of God everywhere. That is the highest wisdom and that will give a deathblow to the desires of the world. The desire for God is a desire to destroy all desires. It is not a desire in the ordinary sense of the term. As a single matchstick can reduce to ashes a huge mountain of straw, so too a single thought of the omnipresence of God, the immanence of God and the omnipotence of God is enough to burn up all desires pertaining to this world, because God is the fulfillment of our aspirations and when we feel His presence, there need be no other desire. When we have the ocean we do not want a drop, for the drops are in the ocean. A single moment of honest, genuine deep thought of God is greater than the performance of several asvamedhasacrifices, agnihotmas, rajasuyas and so on. It is the highestsacrifice, the highest yajna and the greatest truth. All sadhanas lead to this goal of meditation, and this spiritual‑consciousness which is the center and the path of all meditation, should animate all your activities in life. In one sense, you should be in a meditative mood always. I think this is what Bhagavan Sri Krishna means in the gospel of the Bhagavadgita.

Though life appears to be very complicated, it would become very simple, a joyous process when you practise japa sadhana. The more you practise, the greater the strength it will give you. Yesterday’s practice will give you additional strength to practise today, and today’s will give you strength tomorrow. Every day you will become stronger and stronger by profounder thoughts of God and deeper contemplation on Him. There is no loss of merit in the practice, says the Bhagavadgita. Even a little that you have done is great indeed and it is a wonderful asset which will help you in the future. May the Almighty Lord give you strength to do more and more japa sadhana.

Goddess Lakshmi Mantra to Overcome Poverty and to Become Rich

Goddess Lakshmi Mantra to Overcome Poverty and to Become Rich 

 

 

 

Emergence of Lakshmi

Lakshmi is the Hindu Goddess who governs all form of wealth and success and the paths, means and results of all forms of prosperity. As the Consort of Lord Vishnu, who is the god of preservation, Lakshmi Devi is the goddess of health and beauty. Sri Lakshmi embodies sublime beauty, siddhi, peace, strength, balance, auspiciousness, opulence and wisdom.

Goddess Lakshmi Mantra to Overcome Poverty and to Become Rich

Goddess Lakshmi Mantra to Overcome Poverty and to Become Rich

 

 

Lakshmi’s Incarnation into being
The story of Lakshmi’s birth begins when the Devas (minor gods) were in a race against the Asuras (demons) to obtain amrit (the nectar of immorality). The Devas consulted Vishnu who was on earth as Kurma, a tortoise. They decided they would churn the oceans for the amrit. They created to churn by the threading the serpent Vasuki around Mount Mandara. Kurma dived to the ocean floor and balanced Mount Mandara on his back.

In the grip of Kurma’s cosmic clutch, the mountain could not sink into the ocean bed. The gods churned and received the Nectar of Immortality from Lakshmi Devi and then fourteen treasures came to their hands. Lakshmi Chose Vishnu as Her Consort. Vishnu carried Lakshmi from the ocean into His heaven. Each time Vishnu descends on earth as an avatar. He is accompanied by an avatar of Lakshmi.

Meaning of Lakshmi
As a female counterpart of Lord Vishnu, Mata Lakshmi is also called “Shri”, the female of the Supreme Being. Goddess Lakshmi means “Good Luck” to Hindus. The word “Lakshmi” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Laksya”, meaning ‘aim’ or ‘goal’, and she is the goddess of wealth and prosperity, both material and spiritual. Also ‘lakh’ which means “one hundred thousand’ as a monetary unit in India, is the first part of Lakshmi’s name, symbolizing her blessings that pour forth abundantly.