Chanting of Sahasranaam:
General thread:
Vishnu Sahasranaam:
Excellent choice. Do chant. Verbal and non verbal both produce results.
Nakshatra mapping available
Asked by many about Lalitha Sahasranaam:
I have personally seen many teach it (including @homam108’s wife for free) and mass chant it in numerous places (including Swami Sathashivom) and others.
Works and it’s excellent.
Now what about people who say that don’t chant it because of beeja mantras and Nyasa... this is not a problem in general.
Those who quote that it should not be done because of pronunciation issues...that is everywhere. You have to take care of that, onus on you.
Kali Sahasranaam.
Two types:
1/ Parshurama Krita: this should be done like all of them but with bit more extra care, words not easy.
2. Kakaradi: also done but bit easier.
1 preferred to 2 but depends on krama.
There is (dakaaradi) Durga Sahasranaam which I personally don’t advocate as more into Saptashati, but you can do and see results.

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More from @mmpandit

16 Nov
For those who feel that homam didn’t give them results and prescribe Vishnu Sahasranaam (and japa), here is an interesting conundrum and I hv seen this 100’s of times in last two decades.
Japa = no tangible result.
Why?
I see weekly at least a few people who say that japa did not work and they have finished around 10,000 japa or so... now what to do?
Why did this happen?
I will tell you my opinion.
This was my precise observation in the 1990’s. Japa technique if one desires a very tangible result (job/marriage/health) is really difficult to bring about unless one just does graha japa.
Devata japa takes serious time and energy over years. An observation only.
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16 Nov
So, a very few people asking about japa:
The japa of 1.25 lakhs can be completed in around 2 months at 21 malas a day.
It will take around 2 hours for medium length mantras and reasonable umampshu method.
This japa of 1.25 lakhs is repeated 3 times in a course of a year with gaps of 2 months in between each 1.25 lakh krama.
In 3 years, at this rate, 9 lakhs japa is completed.
The main issues which will arise:
1. To eat less and to somehow reduce heat in the body,
2. To avoid disease during the 9 lakh krama.
3. To slow down the effects of the karma you are burning.
That will cause you some problems, for that graha homa may help.
Read 9 tweets
15 Nov
Some small experiences from my own life for people who venture to do homa. I personally ascribe most of the successes in my life to these practices. I wish I had discovered them earlier.
Here is an episode from my late father’s life.
After my mother’s untimely death decades ago, my father was devastated. He went into severe depression... stopped.
In 2004-2005, after a long period of cajoling, he started MahaGanapati homam. The effect in his words was “electrifying”.
He restarted giving free medicines
My father was an excellent homeopath (in his free time). I saw him cure things like kidney stones, nasal polyps, etc.. all for free.
I rarely if ever talk about these things now, but he had stopped giving out medicines so deep was his depression..
Read 16 tweets
13 Nov
So a few people ask, why do I tell people to do homa (without doing japa first) and what’s the outcome of these things?
Why should one do homa?
A part of my guidance is revealed here.
mmpandit.wordpress.com/2016/01/21/how…
A further small portion of a different guidance is revealed here, FB friends can check.
👇🏻
Now for some practical bits to what I have taught.
1. Many of the people doing homas now are doing japa after their homa. They were not even lighting lamps otherwise. (I claim no credit, it’s Mother’s power)
2. Most who I tell to do japa, tell me they fall asleep doing it.
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12 Nov
Few things I advise people who are in a good/great situation in life is to:
1. Never speak of it with your own tongue (it may burn some of it eventually)
2. Never tell others of your really big successes, it will come out on its own.
3. Hide your real treasures. Never reveal.
4. Spirituality wise, never reveal your best experiences.
5. Reveal experiences decades after they happen if you must ... if you want others to get motivated or to have faith (that fits with Swa Dharma)
6. If harmed, stop those ppl from harming you rather than retaliate.
7. Always promote the next generation of people, especially those who are NOT blood relations if they show promise.
8. Where possible to help, always help. If not possible, try and express sympathy.
9. Try not to laugh at people’s desperation.... no matter how bad they may be.
Read 6 tweets
11 Nov
A President of the United States dropped atom bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Aug 1945 killing 226000.
Mughals too followed no rules, killing millions unlike the Mahabharata which was fought between two sides in 3067BCE following rules and disallowed genocide of non combatants
The point I make is pretty simple. Apart from a few plot twists during the Mahabharata, non combatants basically were not harmed on the battle.
That’s India for you.
Hell, the Indians even returned 90,000 POWs to Pakistan (then West Pakistan) in 1971...
Compare that to America, dear Audrey.
To enkindle memories, it’s the only country to drop the atomic bomb on hundreds of thousands of civilians in the history of mankind and so you do not get to lecture Indians on the Mahabharata!
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