9. LAKSHMI MANTRAS

1.OM (AUM)
2. SO HAM
3. SHIVA MANTRAS
4. DURGA MANTRAS
5. SARASWATI MANTRAS
6. RADHA MANTRA
7. AHAM PREMA
8. LALITA MANTRAS
9. LAKSHMI MANTRAS
10. KALI MANTRAS


Lakshmi is the goddess of abundance and good fortune. she attends to our material needs in general, but can also bring fortune and abundance of a spiritual kind. We can appeal to her whenever we need help in these areas. She was represented on early Indian coins and was associated with Kubera, the god of wealth. Lakshmi is sometimes depicted on doors as a way of bringing good luck to the household.

OM SHRIM MAHA LAKSHMIYEI SWAHA

(pr. OM SHREEM MAR-HAR LUCK-SHMEE-YAY SWAR-HAR)

This mantra can be used whenever we feel we need a dose of good fortune and luck, whether material or spiritual. It is said to have the ability to bring good fortune and open up unexpected possibilities.

OM SHRI DHANVANTRE NAMAHA

(pr. OM SHREE DARN-VARN-TRAY NAR-MAR-HAR)

This is the healing mantra, based on an appeal to the celestial healer, Dhanvantari, who figures in the Lakshmi story and who gave the Nectar of Immortality to the gods. It can be used to enhance one’s own healing skills and performance as a practitioner;or for self-healing, in which it is said to be able to work in many ways to promote healing on all levels: physical, mental or emotional.

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