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How to Attract Women: Part 4 – Soundarya Lahari Mantra for Marriage

The Soundarya Lahari holds many powerful mantras. Find the mantra to attract a partner here.

This article is the continuation of the How to Attract Women series.

Click here for part 1

Click here for part 2

Click here for part 3

Authored by the hand of God…

The Soundarya Lahari, loosely translating to “Waves of Beauty” is a masterpiece in praise of the Divine Feminine. The piece is said to be authored by Shiva himself and transcribed by Ganesha, in praise of his consort, Parashakti – the Supreme Power.

These secrets were originally provided to Adi Shankaracharya. Through a twist of fate, the Shankaracharya himself contributed a section to the hymn. The lore as to why he wrote a portion is varied but suffice to say, a portion of the original text was lost, requiring him to complete it.

There are many further sources of information on the text, including on Speaking Tree:

http://www.speakingtree.in/public/40yads2q1mannmwq8zismvuw4/blog/FEATURE-Soundarya-Lahari-Waves-of-Beauty-Adi-Shankar

…and the source of many powerful mantras

The Soundarya Lahari is an incredibly powerful script. Each verse and couplet is known to have tremendous mantra-shakti.

Interestingly, for a stotra of this size, there is no Phala-sruti – the part of the prayer which describes its attributes and benefits. Instead, one is to take it as an act of pure devotion. In fact, this is actually the key to unlocking its benefits. Once you worship the Divine Feminine in Supreme form, the more pointed questions are: what will you NOT receive and be unable to perform after accessing such a powerful force? The answer is of course: nothing!

The Mantra for Attracting a Partner

Here is the verse to hasten marriage; it allows you to attract a husband or wife.

Note: The translation and transliteration have been borrowed from the fantastic website:  http://www.sankaracharya.org/soundarya_lahari.php.

Transliteration:

Verse 5:
“Haris tvam aradhya pranata-jana-saubhagya-jananim
Pura nari bhutva Pura-ripum api ksobham anayat;
Smaro’pi tvam natva rati-nayana-lehyena vapusha
Muninam apyantah prabhavati hi mohaya mahatam.

(Semi-literal) meaning:

“You who grant all the good things,
To those who bow at your feet,
Was worshipped by the Lord Vishnu,
Who took the pretty lovable feminine form,
And could move the mind of he who burnt the cities,
And make him fall in love with him.
And the God of love , Manmatha,
Took the form which is like nectar,
Drunk by the eyes by Rathi his wife,
After venerating you,
Was able to create passion ,
Even in the mind of the great Sages.”

Important notes on Procedure

Whilst anyone can chant the Soundarya Lahari, they should approach it the appropriate degree of reverence.

There is a significant level of precision required in both pronunciation and procedure. Ideally one should proceed straight from the shower into the prayer room dressed in freshly washed clothes. Light a lamp, then begin chanting as per usual mantra japa.

Learn the pronunciation from one well versed in the mantra, or if that is not possible, listen to the mantra online to learn it. A link will soon be posted to the Listen to Mantras Here  page of my blog, accessible by clicking here.

 

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Thoughts on Mantra: Intensity matters!

Let thoughts become things: Turbo Charge attraction with Intense Thoughts!

Think hard to get big benefits!

The benefits you will receive from any mantra is directly proportional to the intensity with which you meditate on the mantra.

This is not only measured by the duration of your daily efforts to chant the mantra, but the level of mental energy you devote to the task.

If Cash is King, then Mental Energy is Maharaj!

In a very similar manner to the concept of the Law of Attraction, one spends mental energy on achieving goals and attracting things as one does cash on material possessions.

Things to bear in mind

Enter each meditation with: (1) an intense need and determination to receive or achieve what you are praying for; (2) with an absolute expectation that something will manifest in your life.

 

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Thoughts on Mantra: Alternative Bija Mantras

Bijas are powerful seeds

Bijas are primordial sounds which channel the creative power of the Gods. They are in themselves siddhi and attraction mantras. Chanting them instantly starts a chain of events that result in the aspirant attracting what he/she wants.

The most two popular mantras within this group are Shreem (to create material abundance) and Kleem (gain the power of attraction – especially of female companionship). Click on each bija mantra to read prior articles on the subjects.

Not just Kleem and Shreem

Many people do not realise that other mantras are actually bijas hidden in plain sight! The most prominent examples are the Panchakshari mantra: Nama Shivaya, the Ashtakshari: Om Namo Narayanaya, and Rama.

These can also be chanted as bijas to gain immediate benefits. All of these particular mantras are powerful purifiers.

What does this mean? It means the clarification of:

  • Mind (clarity without confusion, concentration, focus);
  • Intellect (positivity, kind and auspicious thoughts);
  • Body (a spiritual level cleanliness above physical cleanliness);
  • Soul (removes bad karma).

Note that the mind and intellect are considered as two independent processes within the brain in both Freudian and Vedantic methodologies.

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How to Attract Women – Part 3: Write Rama Nama Mantra for Marriage!

Are you a worthy suitor for your ideal wife? No? Then Write Rama Nama!

The demands of Youth!

The idea that any boy of age would want the perfect bride is nothing new. It has persisted since the ancient times.

Whilst then, the fad was to pray for a girl like Sita (of the Ramayana Epic) or a boy like Rama, now the youth of today want the Shahrukhs and the Aishwaryas.

We were young once!

I can recall that a humourous retort from the elders in my community to the demands of such perfection is:  “Remember who Sita married! Can you claim you are Rama?”. The answer was invariably a humble: “no!”. Who can compare themselves to the great Ramachandra of the epic? The perfect King?

The point of course is that one deserves that (or someone, in this case) which is fitting of one’s own character. One who is perfect, noble and valourous most times has the right to demand similar qualities in the one they marry.

We can but try

So let’s cut to the chase! How does one develop your character to match the demands and ideals of what you want your husband or wife to be? The solution lies in mantra!

Although fashions and indeed “IT girls” change over time, the concept is identical, and so is the solution – writing or chanting Rama Nama. The name of Rama is a powerful combination of the essence of Narayana and Shiva Themselves – click here to read my prior post on the subject.

Invoke a powerful transformation through your own Sankalpa!

The power of Rama is in his perfection – and it can be manifest in anyone! Just write or chant the name of Rama to slowly condition the mind with the ideals of Rama.

I would also suggest an accompanying English mantra that one can say (or think) over and over to help with this transformation:

“Rama, please help me become more like you and build my character;

Rama, please find me my Sita!” 

You can use your own words – in whatever language you prefer – to focus your thoughts and sentiment. This, in effect, is what is known as the Sankalpa (intent of your prayer).

Please do feel free to comment and provide your own experiences and feedback below on writing and chanting Rama Nama.

Footnotes:

** This article was published on a Tuesday  **

Tuesdays are the most auspicious time to worship Hanuman. The great Hanuman is of course Rama’s fearless, faithful and unbelievably powerful companion, who had mastered both himself and the power of the Ashta Siddhis.

There is nothing that Hanuman would not do (and cannot do) for Rama and his Bhaktas (devotees) ; I would also greatly encourage anyone writing Rama Nama to also listen to or recite the Hanuman Chalisa or any mantra to him as a perfect complement – click here for details.

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How to Attract Women: Part 2 – The Kamadeva Gayatri Mantra

Kick start your love life - get Divine aid from Kamadeva!

Divine intervention in Love

A natural extension of using the Kleem mantra, for those who feel more comfortable with envisioning a more tangible form of the Divine, is to invoke Kamadeva, the God of Love.

See my prior post on How to Attract Women – Part 1: The Kleem Mantra here  for more information. 

Kamadeva = Cupid

Kamadeva is the God of Love mentioned in the Vedas and a son of Brahma, the Divine Creator. He is the husband of Rati, the Goddess of Love. He is most akin to Cupid, of Western mythologies.

Kamadeva is most famously associated with Shiva. In Puranic lore, he was burned to ashes when he disturbed Shiva during meditation. See Wiki link here for more details.

The mantra

This is the most powerful mantra to invoke Kamadeva:

Transliteration:

“Om Kaamadevaaya vidmahe
Pushpabaanaaya dhimahi
Tanno Ananga prachodayaat”

Translation:

We see the God of Desire
We meditate on the flower-arrowed
May the non-corporeal one inspire us.” 

Benefits:

  • Spiritual help in attracting a soul mate or life partner
  • Greater sensitivity and awareness of others’ emotional needs, appreciation of one’s partner
  • A greater awareness of one’s own attractiveness and appearance

Footnotes:

 
 

Supercharge your Wealth Creation

Pick up jet speed on the path to your goals

Inject some momentum into your Life with the Gayatri

Adding the Gayatri Maha Mantra to your daily routine is a powerful technology to enhance your mantra sadhanas.

As detailed in my post here (click for details) the Gayatri is the root of all Vedic knowledge, as embodied by the force behind the Sun. Knowledge is power; chant the Gayatri to gain ground on the path toward your goals.

Time rich, money poor? Its the Attack of Lack!

Unless you are already on your perfect career path with a role you love, a fulfilling purpose and more than satisfactory salary, you’re one of the many who feel the Attack of Lack. What is this? Quite simply, its the mental effects of never feeling as if your needs are taken care of in terms of material abundance.

Praying to Laksmi through her Gayatri Mantra (click here for details), or the Shreem mantra has its own benefits. But what if you combine it with the Gayatri Maha mantra? A multiplier effect occurs.

Sadguru Sant Keshavadas of Bangalore recommends such a combination to bring prosperity and auspiciousness into your career or business.

Transliteration:

“Om Bhur Bhuvah Suvaha

Tat Savitur Vare-enyam*

Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi

Dhiyoyonaha Prachotheyaa-aath^.

SHREEM.”

Notes:
* and ^. It is vital that there is correct pronunciation on these two words. They are not chanted as read!

As seen above, Shreem is tagged onto the end of the mantra. Sadguru Keshavadas recommends chanting this version with devotion and focus every Friday for 3 months to see success. The number of chants is proportional to your own level of need; there are no limits.

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The Shreem Mantra

Transliteration:

“Shreem

(Semi-literal) Translation:

None. Shreem is a Bija mantra.

Purpose:

  • Attraction of wealth
  • Attraction of abundance.
Manifest wealth:
The Shreem mantra is a Bija mantra – ie a primal sound which taps into the very essence of the universe to function as a mantra all in itself. Each Bija mantra typically corresponds to a singular deity. This mantra is the essence of the Goddess of Wealth, Lakshmi.
How it works
The Shreem mantra basically aligns your energy/spirit/aura/prana with abundance according to your meditation. Initially, it will speed up the process of attracting wealth that was already on its way to you, or is owed to you. However, once mantra siddhi is achieved, it is said that there are no limits.
How to use it
Just repeat the word. The usual target count is 10,008 – preferably in a single sitting. Given the brevity of the sound, it is not too tough to complete a set within a 2-3 hours.
The practice of tratak is a great complement to this mantra, for those of you in the know.
Footnotes:
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