Thomas Ashley-Farrand (Namadeva Acharya) | Mantra Therapy for Prosperity

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Mantra Therapy for Prosperity

by Thomas Ashley-Farrand (Namadeva Acharya)

Mantra Therapy starts by increasing the total amount of energy available to ameliorate our karma. This is an intensive discipline in which you chant 108 of each of the mantras daily to break through any obstacles to prosperity and then bring it in.
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1. Om Adi Shakti-yae Namaha (Lakshmi)
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2. Om Sri Maha Lakshmi-yae Namaha (Lakshmi)
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3. Om Sri Shakti-yae Namaha (Lakshmi)
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4. Om Sri Manav-yee Namaha (Lakshmi)
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5. Om Labha Karin-yae Namaha (Lakshmi)
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6. Om Shashti Daya-yae Namaha (Lakshmi)
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7. Om Sankha-yae Namaha (Lakshmi)
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8. Om Sada Drishta Pradayin-yae Namaha (Lakshmi)
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9. Om Ashtai-Shvarya-yae (Lakshmi)
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10. Om Sarva Sampati Rupin-yae Namaha (Lakshmi)
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11. Om Vasupradaya Namaha (Ganesha & Vishnu)
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12. Om Vasuda-yae Namaha (Lalitha)
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13. Om Vrisha-bhaya Namaha (Vishnu)
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14. Om Artha Karaya Namaha (Shiva)
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15. Om Sarva Kama-daya Namaha (Ganesha)
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16. Om Varsha-byae Namaha (Lakshmi)
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Thomas Ashley-Farrand, Namadeva Acharya, (1940-2010) is one of the Western world's foremost authorities on the application of Sanskrit Mantra to life's problems. In December 2008 and June 2009, he received empowerments from Satguru Rama Mata, his lineage holder, to be a guru. In 1972, he received Kriya initiation from the Self Realization Fellowship. Mr. Ashley-Farrand began practicing extensive mantra-based spiritual disciplines in 1973, when he became a student of Sadguru Sant Keshavadas and Satguru Rama Mata. From 1973-1984, he was the priest for the Temple of Cosmic Religion (Sanatana Vishwa Dharma) in Washington, D.C. Mr. Ashley-Farrand is the author of several books and audio programs including Healing Mantras, Shakti Mantras (Ballantine Wellspring,) Chakra Mantras (Weiser Books, 2006), Mantra: Sacred Words of Power (a 9-hr. workshop), several other CDs and Mantra Meditation (a Book/CD) (Sounds True), Mantra Therapy Healing Intensives, Gayatri Mantra Meditation, Mantras of the Goddess and more (Saraswati Publications - sanskritmantra.com), The Ancient Science of Sanskrit Mantra and Ceremony (in three volumes, with recorded mantras, slokas, astottaras, etc.) and other works.
Thomas/Namadeva Acharya's understanding and expertise in the disciplines of the ancient religious ceremonies [Puja (water) and Yajna (fire)] is almost unique among Westerners. Some of the ceremonies he performed can last as long as eight hours. In a departure from the enigmatic portrait of the mystic, Namadeva Acharya taught that "mysticism is the ultimate in personal practicality," and need not be a withdrawal from the world. He always maintained that an increasing ability to serve is the only reliable sign of spiritual progress.

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