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Mantras for Difficult Times

Let me Share a mantra with you that clamis that the Lord’s Grace can make the cripple climb mountains and the mute eloquent. With this mantra, you are asking for the Lord’s Grace to ease you out of diffucult situations.

Mookam karoti vaachaalam
Pangum langhayatey girim
Yatkripaa tamaham vandey
Paramaananda Maadhavam

Which means:

I salute that Madhava,
The source of Supreme Bliss,
Whose Grace makes the dumb man eloquent
And the cripple cross mountains

There are times in life where the more one tries to remedy a situation with someone, the
Worse it becomes. When you encounter a situation where even communication fails, then
Recite the following Mantra. It is the 15th verse of the 15th chapter of Bhagvad Geets. Lord Krishna states:

Sarvasya chaaham hridi sannivishto
Mattas smritir jnaanama posanamcha
Vedaishcha sarvaair ahameva vedyo
Vedaanta krid veda videva chaaham

Which means:

I am seated in the hearts of all.
Knowledge and memory stem from Me,
as well as their absence.
I am verily that which has to be known by all the Vedas.
I am the author of the Vedanta,
And the Knower of the Veda I AM.

The key sentence here is that Krishna claims that He is seated in the hearts of all. As you recite this Mantra, Know that the other person is aware of whatever you truly are experiencing vis-à-vis them, and/or the situation.

It pays to pray to Hanumanji as was the instrument in re-uniting Shri Ram with Ma Seeta. Also Shree Ram is forever indebted to Hanumanji as the latter wanted nothing in return for His services. All He wanted was to continue to be devoted to the Divine Pair.

Do read the Hanuman Chalisa and the translation of the Sunder-Kaand as these prayers are a great help in times of trouble. Also, the one prayer acknowledged by Lord Vishnu, As the prayer to remove problems and gain the Lord’s grace is the Satyanarayan Katha. This prayer should be done on full moons only for maximum effect.

In the end, remember that the Lord Knows best. You must repose your trust in him, and always end your prayers with the words, “ Lord, thy will be done.” This way, whatever is right, will happen.

Before chanting this prayer:

Read about Gajendra Moksh

Gajendra Moksha Stuti (Prayer)


Mushkil Aasaan

Cyrus Merchant

There is no short cut to a true answered prayer in spirituality. It is a very long road and a very hard road and get off it if you can’t take it but don’t spoil the name of God and spirituality if you just want to be happy like everybody else.

“If you want only the happiness that makes God happy”, then today’s column will work for you.
If none of your prayers have been answered, especially those you have been making to find a solution to your specific problem, then today with His Grace alone, I introduce you to the oldest mystical warrior angel in the world: _Mushkil Asan Behram Yazad.

Take His name and tell Him your problem. You will start finding solutions from what
You think is nowhere.

If you can do more than this then buy three rupees chana (grams) and peel them taking
His name and asking Him to solve your problems while you peel the chanas,

Do this just do this on this Friday and then on every Friday for the rest of your life
Ask for His halp for only one thing at a time and have faith…

Read: About Prayers
GLOSSARY (Pronunciation)

A Like in ‘but’
Aa Like in ‘far’
Ai Like in ‘hair’
Ey Like in Whey
I Like in ‘Pin’
Oo Like in ‘Shot’
Oon ‘n’ has got a nasal sound
U Like in ‘Put’

Sanskrit believes that the sound of the word never gets ruined and that it has an
Everlasting value.
Words in Sanskrit open out from their seed (beej) from.
A root is always a single syllable that contains one of the basic sound a, I, u, ri
The root or seed may create a word, yet the word will vibrate to its best, and gives it
Tremendous power.
The Vedic or the Sanskrit view gives more importance to the special sound it should
Produce, than to the meaning of the spoken word.

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