A mantra for employment

robert's picture

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I'm looking for a good tested mantra for getting employment.



barbara's picture

A mantra for employment

Here is a good Hindu mantra from the book "Practicals of Mantras & Tantras" by L.R. Chadhri:

"Ya Ishrapheel bahek Ya Ali ho"

Repeat it again and again for 40 days continuously.

barbara | Tue, 07/29/2008 - 01:03
ramadvaith's picture

wish it were true

only wish all such mantras worked. The atharvana veda part of the Vedas is full of many such spells and chants. they work not because of the mechanical repetition of the mantras but because of the intense visualization without self contradiction in the meditative state.

Those who have truly practised the Secret know that the technique does not work in most cases. Those who have practised sub or unconscious visualization know that the path is full of dangers.

Intense visualization as reality of what is desired in a super conscious or meditative state does work!

the mantra can be a guide for the visualization but cannot be the substitute.

the irony is that when one is deep into meditative awareness the desire melts. acceptance of whatever happens dawns.

one no longer has a desire to present a laundry list to God. One knows that God or Existence who ever is that Energy, not only has the power to give but to know what to give us and when

be blissful

ramadvaith | Wed, 08/06/2008 - 10:55
ncs_home's picture


I am Naveen from India. Good to see that you know a lot about Hindu Mantras.

Keep up the good work.



ncs_home | Sat, 09/13/2008 - 03:04
Michael ji Ramaprasad's picture

the best mantra for sucess

This can be done in English, few know it, and many fear it.

"I will get off my ass and work Om"
"I will get off my ass and apply Om"
"I will realize I can only control that which I can control om"
"I will drop my pride and accept what i get Om"
"I will get off my ass Om"

I am serious. This has worked for me numerous times.

Michaelji Ramaprasad

Wú Míng(nameless) in truth

Michael ji Rama... | Wed, 01/28/2009 - 22:21
suzame's picture

wonders of the spirtful spirit

This is the a poor "mantra" for skeptical people.

Those with faith and trust can enjoy more powerful mantras.

Acceptance is great regarding things you cannot change. At some stage you discover that you can change reality and not just accept it.

suzame | Wed, 01/28/2009 - 23:18
Michael ji Ramaprasad's picture


Freedom lies in realizing that reality does not need to be changed, only ourselves.

Mantras are a tool to focus and tire the mind to the point of exhaustion so that it can be quited.

By merely repeating a phrase "I am rich, I am rich, I am rich" will not all of sudden make you do so in a magical sense. what it can do is help realize that

1. You are what you want to be(hence changing ourselves)

2. Richness does not necessarily only refer to money.

I work at an Emergency room and I remember that an Hispanic woman came in on a particular day that happen to be packed the wait was at least 6 hours or more. She was in so much pain and I remember that she would just cry out loud, Ayudame jesus, Ayudame por favor te riego! Se que me puedes ayudar, por favor ayudame. (Help me Jesus, Help me please, I Beg you! I know you can help, please help me) She said this the entire time. Surely, one can not question her faith and devotion at that particular time. She repeated those words over and over none stop, but sadly she still had to wait. Finally 6 hours passed and after almost losing her voice, her name was called and she was taken back to a room.

This particular mantra sadly made no difference for her pain and situation.

Michaelji Ramaprasad

Michael ji Rama... | Thu, 01/29/2009 - 16:10
Phroggy's picture


"1. You are what you want to be(hence changing ourselves)"

As long as you want to be what you are, that will work. ;)

Phroggy | Thu, 01/29/2009 - 23:22
Bercano's picture

The best

HUGE SMILESSSS @ yeah Michael....my most favorite part is ...
~*~I will realize I can only control that which I can control (Ever) om~*~
more Smilesss,

Bercano | Sun, 03/08/2009 - 21:19
Omkaradatta's picture

Mantra for employment

Om Nama Bill Gates Nama Lee Iacocca Sri Sri Write-a-resume-and-send-it-in ;-).


Omkaradatta | Fri, 01/30/2009 - 03:24
shond's picture

It works and no honest reason why not to use them

Reality changing using manstras, theta healing, paranormal techniques and so on are working. This is a matter of direct experience.

Anyone sweepingly doubting this should go back and work on his/her skeptical conditioning, his/her spirituality turns out to be built on non-spiritual foundations.

Those who are cynical here have a flaw in their basic dispositions, they are not truly spiritual, what can be spiritual if they dismiss the paranormal as an attitude?

Those who come with the alternative practical suggestions (eg. work hard), have not liberated themselves from society's old moral codes, they complicate their life unnecessarily and they haven't realized at all what is the spiritual realm.

Those who come with the slogans of "nothing is needed to be changed", "accept it" and so on misunderstand the acceptance issue and are hypocrite: let's see what would you said if you were starving for food or your son was dying. Acceptance means to accept that which is not changeable, that which is not under your control. If something is changeable, if you have access to reality-altering forces, then not to use them is sheer stupidity.

Make your life easier, no reason to climb a steep mountain if you can walk around it. And work on your skepticism and old secular conditioning.

shond | Sat, 11/28/2009 - 13:01
pleiadianstar77's picture

I perfectly agree with all

I perfectly agree with all what you said Shond.

pleiadianstar77 | Wed, 12/21/2011 - 08:17
sonti's picture

Me too. Clever words. Accept

Me too. Clever words.

Accept that which you cannot change and alter that which you can either physically or metaphysically. Just make sure that you don't bypass a a lesson by the reality altering because if there is some issue you need to solve in order to develop, reality will summon to you this lesson again and this time in a more blunt way.

sonti | Wed, 12/21/2011 - 17:34