Mantras are ancient, sacred phrases that help calm the mind and focus your energy. They’re great for achieving long-term goals and major endeavors. The key to using mantras successfully is repetition. You say them over and over until you feel like you could feel enough power coursing through you to deal with life’s challenges.
Mantras have great spiritual meaning and power, so it’s best to use them with caution. This is true when other people are involved, such as getting rid of your enemies. While there are various mantras for protection and help with difficult times, what I will be discussing today is a type of mantra that is used to deal with people who wish you harm.
Before you get all excited about using a mantra to bring destruction to your difficult boss or your boyfriend’s annoying ex, know this first — a mantra always comes back to you. If this sounds familiar, it is. Whatever you put out into the world, whether it’s positive or negative, you’ll get it back threefold. This is the pagan Rule of Three, and it’s best to get educated first about how to use mantras correctly before you unknowingly release harmful intentions that will only find their way back to you.
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A mantra could be a single Sanskrit word or a combination of multiple words in Sanskrit (or another language). For this purpose, I’ll be talking about the use of mantras in the context of Hinduism.
The Hindu practice teaches that mantras are a way to get closer to the divine force within you. They are an important component of yoga and meditation because they strengthen your connection to God by eliminating negative energies within and around you.
In its essence, a mantra is a string of powerful words put together that when you say out loud over and over, raises your vibration to match your intention. This is how you are able to manifest things using mantras.
For a mantra to work, it is best to examine your intentions. I’m a firm believer in evaluating an intention before proceeding with any mantra, spell, or ritual. Ask yourself if you really need to do this. Try to think of the reason why. Explore other possibilities of resolving the problem. Find ways that will cause the least harm to you or others.
If you’ve thought things through and decided there’s no other way to get rid of your enemies, bear in mind that you are responsible for the energy you’ll raise. That’s why it’s best to start with a clear mind and a pure heart.
Mantras are powerful stuff, so before you decide to use them against your enemies, think twice, thrice, even a hundred times. When you use a mantra incorrectly, with a heart that is unclean or bearing a harmful wish, things can end up backfiring.
The mantra you use to destroy your enemy can provide a temporary win for you, and you may even feel pleased knowing you’re in a much better place than the other person. However, if this goes against your soul purpose, it may even do more harm than good by piling on new karmic debt for you.
If you still haven’t found a practical way to resolve the issue with the other person, and you are struggling with intense frustration and sorrow because of the pain they’ve inflicted, then perhaps it’s time to use these mantras for how to get rid of enemies.
The Stambhan mantra comes from the Sanskrit stambhana, which means to “suppress.” This mantra helps ward off black magic, the evil eye, and ill intentions from your enemies. It may even invoke quarrels inside their home and help you get rid of the suffering they’ve inflicted upon you.
Recite this mantra 108 times after saying your enemy’s name. Each time you recite the mantra, it works like a poisonous arrow that is directed toward them, preventing them from causing any more harm. Do this every day until you achieve results.
Om kreem hoom kreem sarv shatru stambhinee ghor kaalikaayai phat
Durga Saptashloki is a collection of seven sacred poetic forms from Devi Mahatmyam, the primordial force responsible for the creation of all things. This mantra is said to be one of the most effective against enemies because it serves as a devotion to ask Devi’s grace.
Recite this mantra 108 times every day until it renders your enemy powerless. Make sure to stop as soon as you hear the news, though. You don’t want to do more harm than you should. Remember that this should only work as a deterrent, not as an agent for complete destruction.
Avamev tvayaa kaaryamasmdvairi vinaashnam
Shani Dev is considered the god of justice, to which most Hindus pray to rid their lives of evil and other obstacles. This god rewards good people and punishes evil ones. Chanting this mantra helps you connect to Shani Dev and find retribution for your enemy’s deeds against you.
Recite this mantra 108 times every day for the next 30 days. Speak each word clearly and carefully. Don’t rush through it. It’s better to say it slowly than utter the words incorrectly. Reach a point of intense focus while repeating the mantra over and over.
Aum sooryaputraa deerghdehooo vishaalaksh shivpraaye
Manddchaar prasaannnaatmaa peeda haratooo mein shani nilaaanjanaa
Sambhasamm ravee pootramm yammagraajamm chayyyaa maarthandaaa
Sambhoootamm tan namaamee shanaeeshvarammm
According to the Ayurveda principle, our body consists of 108 vital points through which the great life force flows. This is why we need to chant our mantras 108 times so that each chant gets to pass through these vital points.
Chanting a mantra 108 times elevates our spiritual self and leads us closer to the higher forces. With every chant, you are one point closer to the god within you.
Now that you know about these three powerful mantras on how to get rid of enemies, I want to remind you to handle things with care. Always start with a pure intention and never come from a place of spite. Remember that you’re doing this to have a more peaceful existence and never to bring harm to unknowing people just for the sake of it.
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