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Sat Patim Dehi Parameshwara – Mantra for a Woman to Attract a Soulmate

Sat Patim Dehi Parameshwara is a loving mantra from India and it is used to attract a love partner.

The Meaning Of Sat Patim Dehi Parameshwara Mantra

„Please give to me a man of truth who manifests the perfect masculine principles.”

This wonderful mantra works best with Om Shrim Shriyei Namaha mantra.

Mantras have been used in Tibet and India for thousands of years, not just for enlightenment and chakra balance, but also to again the more practical goals of earthly life like wealth, love, and abundance.

These sacred mantras were perceived in the distant past by seers and sages in the deepest meditation state, which is known as samadhi, a state when the mind becomes still.

These mantras are used during meditation to help clear your mind and focus your energy on the present moment.

There are many ancient mantras to choose from, each with its own purpose and intention.

Reciting these healing sounds can benefit the spirit and the mind in various ways, while also assisting the body in healing itself. The mantra chanting will create healing vibrations.

We can see the beneficial results of exposure to certain frequencies in other ways as well.

Even now there have been any studies that have provided discoveries on the use of frequencies.

They have worked with plants, exposing them to various kinds of sounds.

Plants would thrive when exposed to classical music, while they would languish or wither when around heavy rock music (low vibration).

The researchers have found that frequencies under 7 hertz create a general feeling of relaxation and well-being, known as the alpha state. The most beneficial frequency on earth for the human body and mind is said to be the 6.8-hertz frequency.

Listen on insightstate more healing mantras, such as – Manjushri mantra.

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Thursday 8th of September 2016

Thank you very much for your quick answer, Insight State, which is very, very helpful to me. :-)


Thursday 8th of September 2016

Thank you very much for the wonderful "Sat patim..."-Mantra and your beautyful other videos on this site. I often read that it is recommended to offer something such as a flower to the deity praised and asked for help in the Mantra, is this also adviced here in the "Sat patim..."-Mantra? If so, what kind of flower or gift would be a good idea? Blessings.

Insight State

Thursday 8th of September 2016

Hello, Anna. When chanting mantras the most important aspects are: intention, daily repetition (if possible at the same hour) and correct pronunciation. You can offer any type of white flower.