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Friday, September 12, 2014
Invoking Family Divine Spirits
As with the Chinese and Japanese culture, it is said that in
Indian culture each family has its own ancestor divine spirits. A family will
prosper if these family divine spirits are worshipped properly and consistently
with the below mantra:
“Om hrim srim krim
svaha devi svaha”
Hrim – maya
Srim - lakshmi
Krim – kali
First, one must build a small shrine for these divine
spirits outside of one’s house. Now one must also make a ritual cake made of:
ghee, sugar candy, almonds, cashew, nut, cuare, dried coconut, rose’s leaves,
dal, sanup, cardamom, raisins and gugle.
Go to the altar and present the offerings with a ghee lamp
on every Monday morning. The ritual cake should be burnt in Monday evening by
sunset with fire ignited by cow dunk.
On each occasion, the above mantra should be chanted for 108
times to ask the manifestation of these holy divine spirits in front of the
It is also a good practice to chant “Om hrim srim krim
svaha, devi svaha” every night for 108 times to request these divine spirits to
appear in one’s dram to give guidance on whatever matters troubling the person.
The very sure sign that these divine spirits are listening
to ones prayer is sudden wind fall and that such a family will live in peace
and in harmony. Perhaps this ritual can further be simplified to suit our busy
work schedule. Just notes that, the ancestor divine spirits are not ancestor
spirits; the mantra has given us a telltale sign.