When you meditate on this good luck mantra you will create luck and fortune with money and life. Just follow the instructions for this Hindu mantra.
- Luck can be influenced trough the recitation of certain mantras
- One of the most powerful mantras for luck is a Shabar (or “Sabar”) Sadhana mantra.
- The term “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 mantras.
There are many different types of mantras, of which “Shabar” mantras are one of the most common. You can read all about different types of mantras here.
Shabar mantras are a type of mantra (or prayer) that comes from rural areas of India. I personally learned this mantra from a friend the last time I traveled to India. And I wanted to share it with you.
As I mentioned this is a Shabara mantra. Interestingly, my friend told me that the name “Shabar” actually refers to an Indian tribe that were once considered criminals.
Shabar (or “Sabar”) mantras 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 will create various real-world outcomes. Unlike other types of mantra (such as Vedic mantras), Shabar mantras can be used by anybody, regardless of their experience or their spiritual state. So if you have never used mantras before but your online fortune teller just gave you bad news, you might like to try it.
One example of a Shabar mantra is the following mantra, which is used for luck and good fortune. It is a Shabar Sadhana mantra (Sadhana meaning “a way of accomplishing something”). My friend, who was a degree in hindu studies, gave me the full instructions. I hope they help you.
The mantra is as follows:
Om Hremm Kleem Namah Dhvah Dhavi.
The mantra must be recited 100,000 times in 21 days.
According to mythology, this mantra will bring unexpected and sudden wealth and fortune. So you may very well get a call from your stock broker or you might win at the races after using this. Though according to my online horoscope, I am in for a bad month, so I might have to start using this 🙂 I’m holding on tight to my good luck bracelet at the moment.
Traditionally, people would use this mantra while sitting on deer skin on a river bank under a Kanak Champa tree. They’d recite it 100000 times in 21 days.
As I mentioned I learned this from a friend so I hope it works for you.
- Read our guide to mantras for fortune.