Mantra is used for many different purposes. It can be used for abundance and prosperity. By receiving abundance and prosperity we can achieve
Whether it’s more health, wealth, or happiness, you can chant this mantra to the goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu Goddess embodiment of good fortune,
prosperity, wealth and beauty, is the Goddess who is responsible for altering the vibrational support or field surrounding money, wealth, and abundance.
Chanting the mantra for 108 times every day for 40 days. Some chant it for 10 minutes. Sometimes the mantra allows just a small stream of abundance
to trickle into relationships, health or finances. But other times a flood of good fortune comes very quickly. Many positive things happen to people that
Like all mantras is a repetitive affirmation, or structure which any individual can repeat. By mentally repeating this mantra every day, with focus on
creating and attracting more wealth, money, prosperity, and abundance, the vibrations and etheric connection to Divine the Source of All Omni
potency and Abundance (including money, wealth, and abundance) will occur.
As Buddha described what the mind focuses on it will create, using the money mantra is one such way. By achieving siddhi (Siddhi is a Sanskrit noun
that can be translated as "perfection", "accomplishment", "attainment", or "success") in the mantra, which is to say achieving 10008 cycles of 108
repetitions, you will well be on your way to more money, abundance, and metaphysical, spiritual and physical abundance.
This months mantra is:
Om shrim maha lakshmiyei swaha
(Om shreem mah-hah lahk-shmee-yay swah-hah)
Meaning ~ “Om and salutations to she who manifests every kind of abundance.”
The syllable "OM" is commonly voiced as a prefix to mantras of all kinds because it is the seed sound for the sixth chakra, where masculine and
feminine energies meet at the center of the brow.
SHRIM is the seed sound for the principle of abundance. Repetition of the SHRIM mantra gives one the ability to attract and maintain abundance.
MAHA means "great," in context denoting both quantity and quality. When we speak of the quality of abundance here, we are referring to its harmony
with divine law.
LAKSHMI in Sanskrit means the energy of abundance. Abundance is usually thought of as simple prosperity.
SWAHA, again a principle of abundance, can be verbalized to immediately help the chakras begin processing new levels of energy.
The following links is the mantra from youtube that you can listen to. Play it twice to receive the correct amount of repetitions.