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Chanting for Abundance – How Do You Do It?

Chanting for Abundance – How Do You Do It?

tarot reading abundance by Marc van der Chijs

Chanting for abundance is used across the globe. Photo by Marc van der Chijs

There is an ancient form of chanting called Chanting For Abundance. I have used a Sanskrit chant which is a chant that I have learned with ease. I have adapted this chant as my own. Chanting helps improve my thought process while helping me focus on abundance. Chanting can be a powerful tool although it is not what make me feel powerful. It is the feeling of creativity that I receive when chanting that makes me feel powerful. The chanting basically sets the wheels in motion like a free psychic reading.

The process of chanting can manifest the results of abundance. This works by creating the vibration of abundance. I believe that abundance is plentiful and we live in a world that has plenty of it to offer. which helps me stay focused on the abundance that surrounds me.

What happens when I do not feel abundance? This is the best time for me to chant. By focusing on abundance I will be able to create it. If I was to focus on the lack of abundance this would not create any abundance. This would also be considered a negative focus therefore it is important to keep a positive focus in order to create abundance. For example if I suddenly felt unhappy I would stop to focus on being happy. This simply changes my thoughts to what I really want to feel.

Here Are The Basics OF Chanting:

1. Before you begin chanting you should choose a Mantra. If you would like to choose the Mantra Sanskrit you will need to call upon Lakshmi – The Goddess Of Abundance. The Mantra for this is:

“Om Shrim Maha Lakshmiyei Swaha” is pronounced “ohm shreem maha-lak-shmee-yay swa-ha”

The majority of chants usually begin with OM. OM means the vibration of the supreme and is the name of God.

The SHRIM Mantra attracts abundance. The repeated sound of Shrim gives the ability to maintain abundance.

MAHA which means great gives an actual quantity as well as a certain quality to the chant. This part of the chant gives it a boost and harmonizes the divine law of chanting.

In Sanskrit LAKSHMI is the Goddess of Abundance which means energy of the abundance.

SWAHA actually means “I testify.” Namaha which can also be used means “I bow.” This part of the chant releases the prayer. This chant was created so that others could understand the powerful vibrations and intentions of the chant. This Mantra was created by mystics in ancient times and is the one I prefer to use.

2. While using this chant for abundance, you can either say the words or sing them. It is also acceptable for you to say them silently to yourself.

3. This chant should be performed a total of 108 times for 40 consecutive days. You should chant twice a day. Once in the morning and once at night. You should not miss a day or you will have to completely start over.

After you have completed your 40 days of chanting you should experience more abundance in your life. At this point you should be well on your way of creating and attracting more abundance in every aspect of your life.

St. Patrick’s Day – Origins in Psychic and Magic

St. Patrick’s Day – Origins in Psychic and Magic

St. Patrick's Day Magic Druid by tim ellis

St. Patrick’s Day is usually associated with the Irish. Photo by tim ellis

Saint Patrick’s Day has celebrations have expanded beyond the shores of Ireland. Today, the religious feast festival for Catholics is celebrated in America and Great Britain. Like St. Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day is named after the Irish saint St. Patrick who died on March 17th. How did St. Patrick become so revered that he had a festival thrown in his honor? The legend begins like this…

Does St. Patrick’s Day Have Irish Roots?  Is There a Connection with Magic and Druids?

St. Patrick’s Day is often associated with the Irish.  But is that it’s origins? St. Patrick is not Irish. He is Scottish. He was born in the 4th century to Roman parents. Before he took on the name Patricious, Patrick for short, he was known as Maewyn Succat. Patrick grew up as a non-believer of Christianity. His journey with God did not begin until he was kidnapped and sold into slavery to the Celtic Druids. This created a new outlook on life for him, and he started to form a relationship with the Christian God. St. Patrick remained a slave for six years before escaping. He credits his escape to God giving him the instructions to achieve his freedom, not a free psychic reading online or any other psychic related material.

St. Patrick’s Day True Origins

st. patrick's day leprechaun by OZinOH

Exactly how did leprechauns become part of St Patrick’s day? PHoto by OZinOH

So if St. Patrick’s Day isn’t Irish… where did it come from? St. Patrick ran off to France. In France, he joined a priesthood and became a bishop. One day, he had a dream of the Irish people calling out to him for help. So he left France and returned to Ireland. He felt he had a mission to turn Irish pagans into Christians. The Celtic Druids arrested him for his actions. Each time, he escaped their custody. St. Patrick converted the Irish people by baptizing them and preaching Christianity to them. He also used gifts to get people’s attention. He continued this mission for 20 years. He traveled all over Ireland to establish monasteries. He also set up schools and churches for his converters. Because of his due diligence, the people of Ireland celebrate his life on March 17th.

How is St. Patrick’s day celebrated?

Shamrocks are front and center when it comes to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Most Irish people where them on their lapels and caps. Children where a green, white and orange badge to celebrate the day. Girls can also be seen wearing green ribbons in their hair. Why is the Shamrock so important? St. Patrick used the shamrock to represent God’s Holy trinity. The Holy trinity is the father, the son and the holy spirit. For centuries, the shamrock was a simple of luck for the Irish people. He used their pagan belief in the Shamrock’s luck to make them understand Christianity. The Shamrock has a long history in Ireland. It was a national symbol when the English invaded the Celtics. It is thing of reverence for the Irish.

Other Irish traditions associated with St. Patrick’s day

Leprechauns and Irish fairy people are also a big part of the St. Patrick’s festival. Leprechauns are mythical Irish elves that live on the island of Ireland.  But leprechauns had very little to do with the day’s origins or St. Patrick himself, but rather they were added in because of their place in Irish folklore.  Oddly, they actually have more to do with the Celtic times and the Druids than they do with any Christian saint.  One might say it’s more than just irony that a pagan creature features so prominently in a Christian day.

There are many legends surrounding St. Patrick. The best thing to take from St. Patty’s day is that the Ireland people are proud to be Irish. They have overcome a lot, and thanks to St. Patrick they know they have to the strength to continue overcoming any obstacle.  But there’s no reason than pagan origins, Druid cults or odd creatures from Irish folklore should prevent you from grabbing a green beer, dressing up in all green and enjoying St. Patrick’s Day!