Rudrayamala Tantra Mantra For Destroying Enemies. Warning: POWERFUL!
This mantra is a big deal. You probably should not use it at all. I’m just including it here for educational purposes.
The Rudrayamal Tantra mantra for destroying enemies is one of the most powerful black magic mantras. People have used this (and similar mantras) for thousands of years to destroy enemies and to crush competition. It’s a Stambhan mantra and it comes from the Rudrayamala Tantra book. It is a rare mantra that is used to destroy the mind of anyone who would oppose you, anyone who is intentionally causing you harm, and anyone who is causing an innocent person to suffer. This mantra should ideally only be used by people who have been practicing the Aghori tantra for a long time.
HOW TO DO IT
Write the mantra on a Bhojpatra. (There is a fantastic Bhojpatra Writing Kit On Amazon. )
“om visvaaya naam gandharvalochni naami lousatikarnai tasmai vishwaya swaha”
Chant the mantra 1000 times.
Mahamritunjaya Mantra for Difficult Times
Staying strong in difficult times is crucial. Because we all face hard times. Thankfully, there are mantras that help with hard times.
The Mahamritunjaya mantra for difficult times is a powerful healing mantra popular in Yoga centres around the world. The Mahamritunjaya-Mantra-for-difficult times is used for help against illness and obstacles. It is said that the mantra has helped many people.
The meaning of this mantra is:
“We worship Lord Shiva who is in supreme bliss and who sustains all beings. May Shiva liberate us from the cycle of birth and death and lead us to immortality.”
- Us this mantra during difficult times
- It may be chanted while alone or in groups that should be sitting in a circle.
- The mantra is at its most powerful when big groups chant it together.
- It should be recited on an empty stomach
- Recite the mantra 108 times while holding a mala close to the heart.
- You might like to recite this mantra in front of a shiva statue.
The mantra is:
Om tryambakam yajaamahe
“We worship the three-eyed one (Lord Shiva) who is fragrant (in a state of supreme bliss), and who sustains all living beings. May he liberate us from (the eternal cycle of birth and) death. May he lead us to immortality, just as the cucumber is released from its bondage (the vine to which it is attached).”