Friday, November 7, 2014

About Master Shabar Spell

Shabar Mantras are believed to be highly powerful. It is believed that these mantras were once written by Guru Gorakhnath ji and other navnath chaurasi siddh. These mantras are generally found in rural Indian languages. In fact shabar mantras not only in Hinduism but also have traces in Islam and other religions as well. If we are to compare then this Guru Gorakhnath should be somehow equivalent to Lersi in Thai Magic, Datuk belief in Malaysia.

A Shabar Mantra is quite different from a classical or Vedic mantra. One needs to attain siddhi to use a Vedic mantra but Shabar Mantras auto-energized and can be used easily to bring results. In fact, Shabar Mantra makes its deity to come and do the work immediately. Swear of gurus, prophets, gods and goddesses or his parents etc. are given in these mantras which brings his repo in question and makes him to complete the task which his Shabar Mantra is being chanted for. Black magic and love spells spells are very common with these Shabar Mantra which are cast by a tantric or Aamil on the order and behalf of his customers or clients.

Shabar Mantras are used for all shat-karmas i.e. shantikaran, vashikaran, uchatan, videshan, stambhan and maran. These mantras are also used for protection against spells, nazar dosh, ailments, evil spirits etc. Shabar Manras are amazing and powerful enough to give you the favorable outcomes. These mantras should be used as they are according to the directions of gurus.

As with other traditions, one should also respect his ‘guru’, in the case of Shabar Mantra Traditions, Guru Gorakhnath should be the worshipped according to the below ritual:

·         Prepare a piece of new cloth, a big bowl of soil, a ghee lamp, cow dung and an empty mug.

·         The ritual should begin daily around 2.30am to 6.30am.

·         Sit comfortably and chant the below mantra for 40 days:

o   Om Shiv Guru Gorakshnaathay Namh

So, next time when your magic failed, chances are that it is your lack of confident and respect to your guru! One should keep that in mind and one shall a long way.

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