Luck can be influenced trough the recitation of certain spiritual phrases and sacred sounds. It is said that by reciting these phrases and sounds we invoke the gods to be favorable towards us and to grant us good fortune.
Here are some examples of good luck mantras for fortune and fame that you can try chanting today. I recommend you read my guide to meditation mantras before using these.
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One of the most powerful mantras for luck is a Shabar (or “Sabar”) Sadhana mantra. The name “Sabar” refers to an Indian tribe that were once considered criminals .
“Sadhana” means “Way of achieving something”.
In India, mantras are used for all sorts of purposes. The majority of India’s 1.25 billion people believe that they can appease their gods through the recitation of specific sounds and phrases.
There are many different types of chants that you can use in Japa (Read my Beginners Mantras List)
“Shabar” mantras are one of the most common types. They come from rural areas of India.
This is one of the best ones to chant is you are trying to manifest money with meditation.
Shabar (or “Sabar”) mantras for luck and fortune are believed to have been written by the “Nine Saints”, all of whom are still worshipped today. The nine saints are believed to be an incarnation of the Hindu trinity Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.
Indian mythology states that recitation of these Shabar Mantras for luck and fortune will create various real-world outcomes. Unlike other types of chants, Shabar mantras can be used by anybody, regardless of their experience or their spiritual state.
“Om Hremm Kleem Namah Dhvah Dhavi. “
Definitely use this one if you ever feel unlucky with money. Recite it 100,000 times in 21 days.
According to mythology, this will bring unexpected and immediate money.
Traditionally, people would use this chant while sitting on deer skin on a riverbank under a Kanak Champa tree.
Lord Shiva Mantra For Fame
This is an extremely potent Shiva mantra for fame, said in devotion to “The Auspicious One” who goes by the name of “Great God” (Mahadeva).
Lord Shiva is the supreme god within Shaivism. Shiva has many different forms. He sometimes takes the form of an all powerful transcendent yogi. At other times he takes the form of a householder married to a goddess called Parvati. Shiva is also the slayer of demons the patron god of arts and yoga.
That’s right. He’s the patron god of the arts. That’s why so many famous artists have offered devotion to Shiva: because he has the power to grant fame in the arts.
To show devotion to Shiva, Hindus recite the Shiva mantra.
The Lord Shiva mantra for fame will make you famous. And it is easy to use. What you have to do to use the mantra is to face East in the morning and recite the following words 108 times. You should do this each day for twenty one days. On the twenty first day Lord Shiva will accept your devotion and grant your desire.
“Om mahadeva devaya rudra moorthaye hara hara shivaya namah“
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