Write in Sanskrit the mantra (like it is given on the picture below) on a piece of paper, and now write the name of the sick on the back side of the paper. Take a picture or a statue of Great Lord Siva and light a candle to each side of the picture or statue. Offer water and milk to the God.
Light a candle for the person for whom you are praying for. Offer sandalwood , jasmine , and camphor as incense to the God (or if you want use other incenses that you trust more). Then repeat the mantra for one mala (108 times) or continue if you can.
Now in Sanskrit the mantra is: In roman letters the mantra goes: Om Tryambakam yajamahe sugadhim pusti vardhanam urvarukam iva badhanan Mrytyor mukseeya mamritat The translation of the mantra is: Om we worship the Tree Eyed One (Tryambaka, name of Siva) The sweet smelling one who nourishes everyone and fulfils our lives Just as the cucumber is liberated from its bondages May the He liberate us from death for the sake of immortality.
|Print Spell||Mark this spell as Spam|