Sunday, May 11, 2008

Boost your finances - Chakreshwari Sadhana


As she hold numerous "chakra" weapons, she is called Chakreshwari. She comes to the aid of those who hold on to the truth and Jain principles. Acharya Vasunandi's Pradishtasara Sangrah describes her as one with twelve hands. Eight of which hold chakra weapons, two hands hold the vajrayuda and one of the other two hands hold a Pomegranate fruit and the other hand shows Vara mudhra. Chakra weapons signify countless powers and vajra weapons signify limitless willpower. Vara mudhra signifies benevolence and the fruit denotes benefits bestowed. Her vahana (icon of transport) is Garuda (Eagle).

Among the Jain's the most avidly worshipped deity is Chakreshwari and not without reason. The powerful divine goddess protects her worshippers and Sadhaks from all dangers and also ensures that there remains no paucity in their lives. Her blessings mean wealth galore and success in business ventures. And what more besides providing financial security for her worshippers she even helps them attain to amazing level of success in the spiritual field.

According to Jain scholars, if a Sadhak tries the Sadhana of Goddess Chakreshwari with full faith, determination and devotion then without doubt the Goddess is pleased and she showers all worldly and spiritual boons on him.

Specially if one is facing with failures in business or one is jobless then this Sadhana comes as a great boon. After accomplishing it within no time one attains to success in the desired field and financially speaking there remains no paucity whatsoever. However the first and foremost requirement for success in the Sadhana is unmoving faith.

This Sadhana that is being presented here is a very ancient ritual that has stood the test of time over ages. It has been tried by hundreds of Sadhaks and has never known to have failed as yet. Even if there is some lapse on the part of Sadhak there sure accrues some result, for the kind Goddess never overlooks even slightest spark of devotion.

The Sadhana is of three days. It should be done early in the morning before sunrise. The best day to start it is any Monday of the bright fortnight of the lunar calendar.

For the Sadhana have a bath and wear fresh white clothes. Sit on a white worship mat facing the East. Cover a wooden seat with yellow cloth. Then with vermilion write Hreem on it. On this inscription place the Chakreshwari Yantra.

Then chant one round of Guru Mantra and pray to the Guru for success in the Sadhana. Thereafter light a ghee lamp before the Yantra. Worship the Yantra by offering vermilion, rice grains and yellow flowers on it.

Then concentrating your gaze on the Yantra contemplate on the form of the Goddess Chakreshwari the following Mantra.

Shree Chakre Bheem Lalit Var Bhuje Leelayaa Laalayantee.
Chakram Vidyutprakaasham Jwalit Shat Shikhe Vei Khagrendraadhiroodde.
Tattvei Rud Bhootbhaasaa Sakal Gunn-nidhe Mantra Roop Swakaante.
Kotyaa Dityaa Prakaashe Tribhuvan Vidite Traahi Maam Devi Chakre.

Then with a Hakeek rosary chant 35 rounds of the following Mantra of Goddess Chakreshwari who in Jain Tantra is believed to be the fulfiller of all wishes.

Om Ayeim Shreem Chakre Chakra Bheem Jwal Jwal Garud Prishti Samaaroodde Hraam Hreem Hroom Hroum Hrah Swaahaa

Do this daily for three consecutive days. After each day's chanting place the rosary on the Yantra. On the fourth day drop the Yantra and rosary in a river or pond.

Soon you shall see wonderful opportunities coming your way that could help you make it big and earn more wealth then you could have ever imagined. Even if there are some delays do not lose heart and have patience. Keep your faith unmoved and without doubt soon you shall taste success.
MTYV Magazine, Nov 2007

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