Throughout my life I have used many powerful mantras for protection from enemies, to remove evil eye and black magic, to stop health problems, and more. In fact, l have even used mantras to protect me from death. Most of these are Hindu, Kundalini yoga and tantra.
In my guide to Meditation Mantras For Beginners, I’ve shared sacred sounds and recitations for every purpose from all different spiritualities.
Many readers asked for more mantras for protection. I researched through all my best mantra books and found some great ones.
Different types of protection mantras:
There are many different mantras. They include:
- Mantras to healing diiseases
- Protection against the evil eye
- Mantras to destroy enemies
- Stop death
- Cure problems like depression
- Help with difficult times
- Remove enemies from your life
And there are more spiritual techniques to remove negative energy.
Mantras For Protection From Enemies
Goddess Durga is the Hindu mother of the universe and is infinitely loving to all her children. It is said that without the blessing of the Goddess Durga, nothing can be achieved in life. This one will grant Durga’s blessings.
How to destroy enemies
Sit in front of a Durga statue at sunrise and recite the following:
” Aum Mahaa-Dhevyai Cha Vidmahe
Durgaayai Cha Dhimahee
Thanno Dhevee Prachodayath.”
”Om, Let me meditate on the goddess who is the daughter of Kathyayana,
Oh, maiden Goddess, give me higher intellect,
And let Goddess Durga illuminate my mind.”
Rudrayamala Tantra Mantra For Protection From Enemies. Warning: POWERFUL!
This one is a big deal. You probably should not use it at all. I’m just including it here for educational purposes.
The Rudrayamal Tantra mantra for protection from enemies is one of the most powerful black magic mantras.
People have used this (and similar ones) for thousands of years to destroy enemies and to crush the competition. I do not use this one myself because I am aware of its power.
It’s a Stambhan mantra and it comes from the Rudrayamala Tantra book. It is a rare mantra that is used to destroy enemies mentally and to stop people from causing you harm.
I recommend that you use this one only when you have been practising the Aghori tantra for a long time.
Write the following on a Bhojpatra.
om visvaaya naam gandharvalochni naami lousatikarnai tasmai vishwaya swaha
Chant it 1000 times.
The Gayatri mantra for enemies, which you will find below, is a Satvik Gayatri Mantra Sadhana that is not dependent on any extreme worshipping methods.
In other words, it is completely safe to use. However, this must be used only by those who are pure of heart.
It is extremely powerful and is used to stop enemies in their tracks. However, it will only work on enemies who would otherwise hurt you.
It is, in other words, a self-defense mantra. It is not possible to use this one on people who will not harm you.
Recite it 108 times each day.
Om Bhur Bhuvah Swaha Om aim Hreem
kleem Tatsavitur varenyam
Bhargo Devasya Dheemahi Dhiuo Yo Nah
Baglamukhi is a Hindu goddess who is generally depicted in yellow. She’s also known as “Pitambara Vidya.”
Bagalamukhi is famous for protecting against enemies and for destroying enemies to grant victory and acquire wealth. It is believed that by worshipping Bagalamurki one will eliminate all enemies.
Most commonly, Bagalamukhi is depicted with a club in her right hand which she uses to attack demons. She uses her left hand to pull out the hair of demons. Bagalumukhi is the banisher of demons, which is why devotees worship her, so that she may destroy their misfortunes and enemies.
It is said that recitation will cause Balamukhi to destroy the misfortune and enemies of the worshipper.
Worshippers recite the Beej mantra 1500 times a day for 45 days.
This one is best performed using a yellow rosary and yellow clothing.
Worshippers traditionally offer yellow flowers, Diya ( an oil used for wicks), Pure Ghee and Agarbatti ( an incense).
The Bagalamurki mantra is as follows. . .
!!Om Hleem Baglamukhi Sarwdushtanam Wacham Mukham Padam
Stambhay Jihwa Kilay Buddhi Vinashay Hleem Om swaha!!
The Bagalamurkhi mudra means “Goddess, stop the speech and feet of my enemies. Destroy their intellect.”
Mantra for Difficult Times
Staying strong in difficult times is crucial. I have had many difficult times in my life, such as when my father died and when I suffered a breakdown. And at those times I have turned to my mantras. For example, the Mahamritunjaya mantra for difficult times. It is a powerful healing recitation that is popular in Yoga.
The Mahamritunjaya-Mantra-for-difficult times is used for help against illness and obstacles. It is said that this one has helped many people.
The words mean, “We worship Lord Shiva who is in supreme bliss and who sustains all beings. May Shiva liberate us from the cycle of birth and death and lead us to immortality.”
- Use it during difficult times
It may be chanted while alone or in groups that should be sitting in a circle.
It is at its most powerful when big groups chant it together.
It should be recited on an empty stomach
Recite it 108 times while holding a mala close to the heart.
You might like to recite this in front of a shiva statue.
Om tryambakam yajaamahe
“We worship the three-eyed one (Lord Shiva) who is fragrant (in a state of supreme bliss), and who sustains all living beings. May he liberate us from (the eternal cycle of birth and) death. May he lead us to immortality, just as the cucumber is released from its bondage (the vine to which it is attached).”
Safety From Evil Eye
The Evil Eye is believed to cause injury and misfortune to the person it is aimed at.
One of my friends once told me that her ex had cast an evil eye spell on her out of jealousy. So I recommended a mantra for her, which I will share in a moment.
In Arabic evil eye is also called “Ayn al hasud” and in Kurdish “Caw e zar.”
There are many other names given to evil eye as it is a common belief shared between many different religions and cultures, each of which have their own names for evil eye, their own talismans and their own cures.
One of the best ways to protect against Evil Eye is with mantras. These include Shaabri mantras that will destroy Drusth.
These are very powerful and have been translated from old Marathi script.
Om namo guru adesh thujha nave bhut pale pret pale khavis pale sab pale n pale guru ki Goraknath ki beed machichale guru ki sangat meri bhagat chale mantra ishwari vacha
- Recite it 7 times
Sacred ash should be put on the forehead of the individual reciting it.
It is recited in dedication to Ghorakhnath, a saint and reincarnation of Shiva who is the 2nd of the 9 masters.
Nadichaya palikede mangin ubhi, haati mithachi vati, drusth payavar utar ekaya ghosthi
While reciting this, the individual should have salt or ash in hand. The salt should be moved in a circular fashion and then thrown away.
Kundalini Yoga Protection Mantras
I have been using Kundalini mantras for many years, and I have found one excellent kundalini mantra for protection that is over 3000 years old.
It is said that we to can use this Kundalini Yoga mantra for protection to create protective light around the magnetic field, protecting the practitioner.
The words are…
AAD GURAY NAMEH
- Repeat it three times for yourself,
Repeat three times for your kids,
Repeat three times for your house and pets.
This will protect each of these things.
Mantras for Protection From Death
The Mrityyunjaya Mantra was found by Rishi Markandeya. It is said to have been used by Sati when King Daksha cursed the moon.
It is also called the Rudra mantra, Mrita Sankivini mantra, and Tryambakam mantra.
It is addressed to the “three-eyed one”, Tryambaka.
This one is used for conquering death. It will protect a person from threats and lead to an easy death at the end of life.
The words are…
Om Tryambakam Yajamahe
Mrityor Mukshiya Maamritat
The words mean…
“We worship the three-eyed one, Shiva, who is sweet gladness and fragrance of life, nourishing and restoring health, and leading us to thrive. As the cucumber weakens and gourd is freed from vine, likewise free us from attachment and death and do not withhold mortality.”
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