Lakshmi Mantra for Wealth and Abundance

In Dr. Gopala's prophetic vision lottery system, Mantras are used to encourage the mind to settle down and allow the mind to get close to or experience the Source of Thought where an energized intention is activated for wealth and abundance. In this edition of Dream a Lottery Win Tonight the Lakshmi Mantra is used for this purpose. The Lakshmi Mantra is written:

Om Shree Vijaya Lakshiye Namaha

Om: In the Upanishads, an ancient book discussing Mantra science, the word "Om" or "Aum" is first described as an all-encompassing mystical entity. Much like the beginning of the Gospel by John that begins, In the beginning was the Word ….. In the Upanishads it is written that creation began, the divine, all-encompassing consciousness took the form of the first and original vibration manifesting as the sound "OM"

The Rig Veda declares The one syllable "Om" is indeed holy. This one syllable is the highest. Whosoever knows this one syllable obtains all that he desires.

In the Bhagavad-Gita, Lord Krishna says to Arjuna, I am the father of this universe, the mother, the support and the grandsire. I am the object of knowledge, the purifier and the syllable Om.

An important Patanjali Sutra emphasizes, The repetition of "Om" should be made with an understanding of its meaning.

Today "Om" begins most Mantras and is used as a sacred exclamation. It precedes traditional Mantras. To learn the proper pronunciation listen to a Mantra expert on a CD, download a file from the internet, or go to our site and listen to the free sound file. For any Mantra to be effective, it must be said correctly with the proper pronunciation and phonetic gait.

Shree: In Sanskrit, the word Shree, also known as Sri, Sree, or Shri, is another name of the Goddess Lakshmi. In ancient times, Lakshmi was known as the Goddess of wealth and abundance. Today, the word is a mantric syllable or sound used to refer to Lakshmi as a subtle energy or sound frequency, designed to bring about wealth and abundance. In this "sound form", a direct translation to English would be the word "Holy", meaning having a spiritually pure quality.

Vijaya: In this context, "Vijaya" refers to winning a victory. In the Bhagavad-Gita it referred to winning a battle in life of some kind. In this context, it refers to the victory in the battle for a life of abundance, prosperity, and wealth.

Lakshiye: Also known as Lakshmi, this mantric word is known as the personification of the subtle energies represented by the Goddess of wealth, prosperity, (both material and spiritual) and the embodiment of beauty. The repetition of the subtle energies created by the proper pronunciation of this Sanskrit Mantra are said to bring good luck in games of chance and is believed to protect meditators from all kinds of misery and money-related sorrows.

Namaha: In Sanskrit "Nama" means to bow, show reverence for, or show deep respect tinged with awe and veneration. "Ha" is the pronoun you. So, Namaha, in this Mantra, is a show of respect for the Goddess Lakshmi. It is a poetic way of showing respect for the subtle energies incased in the entire Mantra that produces a change in our daily reality. Many mantras end with "Namaha"

Please remember that the sound of the words in this Mantra, not their meanings, are the most important attributes leading to success. This is why you must go to a sound source you can trust. Please, use a CD, or internet download, YouTube video or visit with a teacher of TM, or any other professional source to get the proper pronunciation and poetic gait when you begin to use this Mantra.

It is believed that all we search for, all the vital responses we seek, and all the information we need are stored on an energy matrix called the non-local intelligence and that it is available to us at any time. It is the function of our higher selves and can be accessed through mantras. Sampadananda Mishra in the introduction of Mantra Yoga and Primal Sound.