।। श्री गुरु चरण कमलेभ्यो नम: ।। ॐ परम तत्वाय नारायणाय गुरुभ्यो नम: ।। ॐ ह्रिं मम प्राण देह रोम प्रतिरोम चैतन्य जाग्रय ह्रीं ॐ नम: || ॐ भुर्भुव: स्व: तत्सवितुर्वरेण्यं भर्गो देवस्य धिमही धियो योन: प्रच्योदयात|| गुरु वाणी: Such thoughts are missing in animals, birds and insects. Even gods and demons do not think thus. This is why humans are said to be the most unique in the universe. But if a human never thinks why he has been created by the Lord, what the goal of his life then he is no better than the animals.

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Wednesday, October 19

Rati Priya Sadhana for Magnetic Personality

Rati Priya Sadhana:

Regain Lost Youth!
Revered Gurudev in Lord Shiva Swarup

Everyone nurtures a desire to look ever young and appealing. One tries one’s best to keep looking youthful and juvenile but after savoring the pleasures of childhood and undergoing the enhancements of youth, one breaks up a little on reaching the wrong side of forty.

Old age is the bitter side of life and every person is bound to undergo this phase regardless of his whims and fancies. Gradual decline in vital power and weariness are the first signs which announce it’s virtual.

As the years go by the vital power is diminished and the body starts progressing towards old age. However it is sometimes noticed that such a situation presents itself in the youths and they start looking much older than their actual age. They get depressed and bury themselves in their own thoughts; away from all social gatherings.

People adopt a lot of techniques to control ageing. They attend Yoga classes, perform rigorous exercises and run after various cosmetics publicized through magazines and the “idiot box”. Instead of getting any relief they acquire new problems (marks on the face etc.); and in the end sit back fatigued clasped in the light grasp of age.

First it is very necessary to understand the meaning of ‘Youth’. It is the period when a bud bursts into a full-blossomed flower. The ability to enchant everyone through one’s charisma and grace; and the vigor to spread one’s refreshing fragrance amongst all is the real meaning of ‘Youth’. It does not singularly allude to one’s age; on the contrary it is an inner feeling of strength, joy and vigor.

According to Tantra Scriptures, Upanishads and Puraans, the female form is considered as the power of ‘Rati’ whereas the male form is looked upon as the power of ‘Kamdev’. It is but natural, that every man and woman does not possess magnetism and attractiveness from birth. But the question is can one become as alluring as Kamdev and Rati (the god and goddess of love) by performing the ‘Kamdev Rati’ Sadhana? The answer is in affirmative because Sadhana is nothing but a process of achieving the impossible through one’s determination and divine help.

This Sadhana can be performed when you feel unhappy, weak or ill; when you look more than your actual age; when you feel unable to attract people; when life seems charmless and dull; when tranquility and happiness of your life seem fading away.

These and many other are the circumstances where medicines fail to provide comfort and then there is only one alternative left i.e. Rati Priya Sadhana.

The Sadhak must take a bath around 9 pm on any Friday; wear desired clothes, and make the atmosphere pleasant by lighting incense. Then one must make the sign of Swastik on a wooden plank with rose petals and place a Mantra energized Rati Priya Yantra on it. One must rub some Itra (natural perfume) on one’s hands, and pick up the Rati Priya Mala and place it so that it encircles the Yantra. The Sadhak must pray to Kamdev and Rati with folded hands and speak out his or her wish. Then one must chant 21 rounds of this Mantra and repeat this routine for seven consecutive days. The Sadhak must take care to change the rose petals daily. After accomplishment of this Sadhana, the Sadhak shall be astonished to see the gradual changes in his or her body and personality.

Mantra: Om Ayeim Hreem Rati Priyaayei Purnna Saundaryam Dehi Dehi Phat.
ॐ ऐं ह्रीं रती प्रियायै पूर्ण सौदर्यं देही देही फट्

After the Sadhana the Sadhak must throw the Yantra and Mala in a river or pond, or offer them in a temple. If done properly and with devotion this is a sure way to acquire a magnetic personality and unparalleled beauty.