।। 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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Tuesday, October 4

Urvashi Apsara Sadhana

Urvashi Apsara Sadhana:

Apsara Menuka Captivating Vishwamitra
When we talk of divine beauty the picture of an Apsara springs to the mind, quite as if one might think of a Miss Universe or World in the context of earthly beauty.

But the beauty is not just skin deep. Beauty also signifies an inner appeal that could draw crowds and make others feel as if they are being pulled by some strange magnetic force. Such very magnetism, attractiveness and hypnotic persona can be developed through the most bewildering of Sadhana – the Sadhanas of Apsaras or the divine celestial nymphs who are unparallel in the beauty and charm in the entire universe. No wonder the Apsara Menuka could captivate even a great Yogi like Vishwamitra.

Not just the worldly people even great Yogis have accomplished Apsara Sadhanas to infuse liveliness, energy, charm and joy into their lives. If you think an Apsara is just some other beautiful damsel then you are wrong. She can be a great friend subtly banishing problems from your life, bringing you joy and if you are alone then arranging for a beautiful and attractive life partner for you whose nature would be compatible to your own.

Another wrong notion is that only men can or should try Apsara Sadhana. Not at all, women can try it for added beauty, to gain charm, to become eloquent and proficient in arts, music and dance. Remember the great Mahabharat warrior Arjun was trained by an Apsara in dance and music. And this was arranged by none other than Lord Krishna. Another little known fact is that Lord Krishna himself accomplished Urvashi Apsara Sadhana and no wonder through his charming persona he could leave even enemies bowled ever.

Urvashi is the head of all Apsaras, the most beautiful, resourceful and divine of all heavenly nymphs. Urvashi means one who lives in the heart of Lord Narayan. Through her Sadhana while a man could become more handsome, and magnetic, the women could gain beauty and charm. It is a means of driving away lethargy and infusing divine energy into the body.

Though the Sadhana is known to bring even outer physical changes, its main job is to bring about an inner subtle metamorphosis due to which one overflows with a mysterious appeal that no one could possibly resist. Just imagine how easy it would then be to influence people and achieve the desired success in any sphere of life.

Presented here is a very secret Urvashi Sadhana procured from a very ancient hand written text from Nepal. Try this Sadhana on any Friday in the night. Have a bath and wear beautiful clothes. Spray perfume, preferably natural, in the room and burn incense. Then sit on a Yellow mat facing North. Cover a wooden seat with yellow cloth. On heap of fragrant flowers place the Urvashi Yantra. On a mound of rice grains place the Urvashi Rosary. Light a ghee lamp.

Offer vermillion, rice grains, and flowers on the Yantra and rosary. Then contemplate on the divine form of the Apsara Urvashi projecting a beautiful image in the mind. Pray for success in the Sadhana. Then chant one round of Guru Mantra. Thereafter chant 21 rounds of the following Mantra with Urvashi rosary.

Om Sam Soundarya Siddhaye Swaahaa

Repeat this Sadhana for three consecutive days at the same time. Better do the Sadhana after 9 pm. On the fourth day drop the Yantra and rosary in a river or pond. Accomplishing this Sadhana means generating youthful vigor, beauty and good fortune besides inviting prosperity, comforts and wealth into one’s life.

2 comments:

  1. I've written a philosophica/esoterical view on Apsara would love to hear your thoughts. http://gratuz.net/apsara/

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  2. From where did i get the Urvashi Yantra and what is the cost of this yantra

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