I may not be a “full-time” yogi, but when I’ve heard the stories about a special mantra, I had to dig deeper and I’ve found a few very interesting things. That’s the reason why I’ve decided to talk about a Shreem Mantra, also known as Money Mantra.
Shreem is the mantra of wealth. It calls upon Lakshmi to bestow upon the person her gift of abundance and prosperity. While it is common to use this mantra to call upon financial wealth, its true power lies in its ability to grant wealth of all types – such as abundance in health and in spirit.
Now let’s get into details.
Words resonate deeply with the world around us, whether said aloud or simply thought. Certain words resonate to the spiritual plane, opening us up to untold bounties of enlightenment, peace, … and wealth.
These words are often used as mantras during meditation, to direct specific energies, blessings, and achievements upon ourselves and others.
And one of them is a word “Shreem” which is a single syllable sound known as a “seed”, or bija. It is the bija of the Hindu goddess of abundance and prosperity, Lakshmi and it is also associated with the third-eye chakra, and the head as a whole.
Table of Contents
- 1 A Free Printable Meditation Guide to help you chant Shreem Mantra
- 2 Who Exactly is Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth?
- 3 How to Chant the Shreem Mantra and Attract Wealth
- 4 7 Miraculous Shreem (Money Mantra) Benefits
- 5 Final Thoughts
- 6 Currently my Favorite Online Meditation Course
A Free Printable Meditation Guide to help you chant Shreem Mantra
I’m so proud of this meditation guide, so I couldn’t be more excited to share it with you today!
As you may know by now, I like to write long and helpful posts for my readers. Sometimes, however, I get an idea to do something more, something even more useful.
That’s why I decided to prepare something that people could have in hand while reciting mantras. Something printable, easy to read, and that could act as a meditation guide.
That’s how these guides were born.
Each guide has a big picture of a divinity that you need to devote to, a mantra, and a how-to guide to help you prepare yourself for reciting. It’s in A4 format, and all you need to do is to print it.
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Bija mantra are not typically translatable; the word itself has little meaning, but its parts hold great significance. Rather it’s the vibration of the word that is of importance, resonating with the universe to achieve desired effects and results.
The parts of the Shreem Mantra break down roughly as such:
- Sha, for the Goddess Lakshmi.
- Ra, symbolic of wealth.
- Ee, contentment and satisfaction.
- Mmm, for Brahman, the Absolute.
And yet, the simplicity of the Shreem Mantra can be misleading – and makes it an easy target for the dishonest.
This article will tell you everything you need to know about the Money Mantra – how to use it, powerful variations, the benefits, and above all, the traps to avoid. Even the world of meditation and inner peace is not without its share of dishonest people trying to trick you into empty promises. With the information in this article, however, you’ll be ready.
Who Exactly is Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth?
Before we can truly understand Shreem, we must understand the Goddess it relates to, Lakshmi. As I stated above, Lakshmi is the Goddess of prosperity and wealth in all its forms. Her name is derived from the Sanskrit word Laksya, meaning “aim” or “goal”.
Lakshmi is a common household goddess, and particularly popular with women. She is frequently represented as a four-armed woman with golden complexion, sitting cross-legged in a fully bloomed lotus flower.
The four hands of Lakshmi represent the four ends of human life; dharma (righteousness), kama (desires), artha (wealth) and moksha (liberation from the cycle of life and rebirth).
Her hands often feature cascades of gold coins, suggesting her worshippers will gain wealth. She is always depicted wearing gold-embroidered red clothing. The red clothing symbolizes activity, and the golden lining shows prosperity. She is said to be the daughter of the mother goddess Durga, and the wife of Vishnu. The two often appear together as Lakshmi-Narayan-Lakshmi accompanying Vishnu.
Lakshmi is both a domestic deity and a mother goddess. She is often referred to as mata (mother) rather than just devi (goddess), and is also known as “Shr”, the female energy of the Supreme Being.
She is worshipped annually on the full moon night following Dusshera or Durga Puja. It is believed that on this night Lakshmi personally visits the homes and replenishes the wealth of the inhabitants within.
How to Chant the Shreem Mantra and Attract Wealth
Focus on the sound of “Shreem” during the chant because this sound and its vibrations are the beating heart of the Shreem mantra and the source of its power. For this reason, it can be best to chant the mantra out loud 108 times, rather than internally, as it the sense of the sound vibrating through your body can be much easier to focus on.
As I said in the introduction, the Shreem bija mantra can be combined with other mantras for a more concentrated effect.
In the case of Shreem, a longer mantra of Om Shreem Mahalakshmiyei Namaha can be used for the greatest results. It translates to “Greetings to the great Goddess Lakshmi Fortune”.
To begin puja, sit in a comfortable position as you normally would. There is no specific seating posture or hand gesture for the Shreem mantra.
Before chanting, it can help to set an intention by saying it out loud or thinking it. This can help focus your thoughts and energies during the puja.
Then begin to chant “Om Shreem” (the mantra), inwardly or aloud. It is said for the best results of the Shreem mantra to repeat the phrase precisely 108 times.
You can use a set of mala beads to help you keep count. The red clothing symbolizes activity, and the golden lining shows prosperity, so it’s advisable that you wear a red garment with some golden details. You can also sit on a red cloth when you do the puja.
Once you have finished with the puja, continue to meditate, in silence, for a few moments more. You will feel the atmosphere of the room change around you as the mantra takes effect.
This is a fantastic video that can help you with chanting:
Is Brzee Mantra a Genuine Bija Mantra?
A variation of the Shreem mantra you might see online is the Brzee mantra or Shreem Brzee mantra. It is said to offer untold wealth, and the full mantra can be given to you by a yogi … for a price.
The Brzee mantra is not a traditional bija mantra. It is not known in the ancient and classical texts; rather it seems to be a fabrication of wealth gurus within the last few decades.
Their scheme is simple; to charge people to act as their guru to provide supposed ancient wisdom to attain wealth.
Unfortunately, the only wealth being attained is by the gurus, not the meditation practitioners.
Avoid the Brzee – or Brazee – mantra. It is not one of the ancient texts and chanting it has even been reporting to induce feelings of ill health. Be diligent in your research, fact check your sources, and do not fall prey to snake oil salesmen.
7 Miraculous Shreem (Money Mantra) Benefits
Increase wealth. Broadly speaking, regularly chanting the Shreem bija mantra will attract wealth into your life. This wealth as in abundance – it is material wealth, it is an abundance of health, it is an abundance of positivity, of beauty, of prosperity. Meditating with the Shreem mantra consistently will bring wealth into all aspects of your existence.
Increase peace of mind. Lakshmi is about more than just abundance and prosperity. Lakshmi is the goddess of purity and the feminine aspect of the divine force.
Gain promotions and raises. Are you already employed? The Shreem mantra can increase your prosperity by boosting your chances of achieving promotion from your current workplace. It can also be a powerful tool when it comes time to negotiating a pay raise with your current employers. Meditate on the mantra for some days or weeks leading up to the negotiations to improve your chances greatly.
Increase profit margins. Do you own business instead? The Shreem mantra will help improve your business’ cash flow and profit margins. Increase sales, convert more leads and excel in business through the disciplined use of the Shreem mantra.
Attract new clients. Similar to the above, but more focused on contractors and freelancers. Today’s burgeoning gig economy has many people vying for customers and clients across many industries. Gain a competitive advantage over fellow freelancers and contractors in your industry through the use of the Shreem mantra.
Ward off negative influences. The Shreem mantra helps insulate you from external influences in your life. By freeing you from this negativity, you are better able to focus mind and body to the tasks that benefit you financially. Freeing you from stress also helps to improve your health, providing abundance in your wellbeing.
Bring peace, dharma, and beauty. Life today is so full of stress, negativity, and ugliness. The Shreem mantra, besides protecting you from negative influences, actively attracts the peaceful, beautiful aspects of life. Feel refreshed and revitalized as you feel the ugliness of the modern world slip away to be replaced by beauty and tranquillity you’d long forgotten possible in the modern world.
The Shreem mantra is a bija sound, a seed. It plants within you the seed of success, wealth, and prosperity in all aspects of your life. So it is that the mightiest trees are held within the most humble seeds, the benefits of the Shreem mantra are held within the simplest word.
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