Many religions use mantras—words phrases with sacred meanings. Hindus have been using mantras for thousands of years, since the middle of the Vedic period of 1000 BC to 500 BC. One such mantra is the “Kleem” mantra, a mantra used mostly by young men to attract women.
Kleem, however, is one of the oldest spiritual techniques used to create attraction.
Kleem is very closely linked to another mantra, “Sheem”. Shreem is the mantra associated with Nature’s beauty, love, and abundance. Kleem is the sound that attracts those qualities to you.
Kamadeva is the Hindu god of human love
Mantras like Kleem and Sheem work by changing the vibrancy of your energy. Try reciting the mantra “Kleem” ten times right now. While you do this, focus on the sound of the mantra.
You will notice that Kleem has a unique feeling–it creates vibrations / reverberations in your body. When you focus on this mantra and meditate on it you change the frequency of your spirit. When you change your vibrational rate you change your relationship with the universe (which itself has its own vibrancy rate). And that is how a mantra works.
All mantra have very specific pronunciation. If the words of a mantra are mispronounced, the mantra will not work.
Kleem is pronounced with an elongated EEEEE. “klEEEEEEEM.”
Not only must the sound be made properly, but according to Hindu and Vedic custom, a very specific process must also be followed. That process is as follows:
How To Do The Kleem Mantra
1) Breathe in and recite “Kleem” six times while exhaling. The sound should resonate. While chanting, it’s necessary to focus on specific chakras within the body, as follows.
First, focus on the spine chakra ( for six recitations of Kleem), then navel chakra (six recitations) then solar plexus chakra (six recitations), then heart chakra (six recitations), then throat chakra (six recitations), then third eye chakra (six recitations), then crown chakra (six recitations) then right eye (once), left eye (once) then right brain (once), left brain (once) then right ear (once), left ear (once), right nostril (once), left nostril (once), then mouth and tongue.
Finally, recite while allowing the mantra to resonate throughout the whole body.
2) In the evening, write KLEEM 108 times (or more). The more times you write it, the stronger the effect will be. As you write the mantra, chant it too.
This is one of the oldest mantras in the world, and one of the oldest rituals used to create love and attraction. Yet another example of why Hinduism is such a fascinating religion.
Paul M Harrison is a meditation teacher with more than ten years of experience. He also writes as a lifestyle journalist and author. The author of more than five books, you can find his works on his Amazon Author Page Contact him via Twitter or Facebook