Playing with the Money Mantra
Ready to play with a mantra that will help money manifest in your life?
Here’s one that many folks report fabulous results with.
This money manifesting method is even more successful when you approach it with a light, easy, carefree attitude, so have fun with it!
(Speaking of fun, you might also like these top 10 ways to manifest money.)
Without further ado, let’s learn the money chant (aka abundance mantra):
This mantra is designed to allow more abundance into your world.
Whether it’s more health, wealth, or happiness, you can chant this mantra to the goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu embodiment of good fortune, prosperity, and beauty – 108 times every day for 40 days.
Thomas Ashley-Farrand said he’s heard many amazing success stories of how people’s situations have improved by invoking Lakshmi. Sometimes the mantra allows just a small stream of abundance to trickle into relationships, health or finances. But other times a flood of good fortune comes very quickly.
Find out for yourself by beginning the money mantra chant. Here it is:
Om shrim maha lakshmiyei swaha
Phonetically it’s: Om shreem mah-hah lahk-shmee-yay swah-hah
And it means: “Om and salutations to she who manifests every kind of abundance.”
(Please note: if you’re under age 28, you’re supposed to chant “namaha” instead of “swaha.”)
- This is a lovely version of the money chant that includes “klim” which is the seed sound for spiritual development. (It’s beautiful!)
- This is Thomas Ashley-Farrand chanting the simple version himself.
- Here’s a computer generated YouTube video to help with the pronunciation (this one includes “gum” for removing obstacles).
I don’t know why it works, but it sure seems to. (Even before you get to day 40.) Some people just chant it for 10 minutes rather than count out 108 – but those in the know insist there’s significance to 108 repetitions.
You may also considering combining this technique with the pray rain journaling process for extra money magic.
Have fun with it if you feel inspired to play. And if you’ve got positive experiences to share about this mantra, we’d love to hear them!