Powertime: Clear Business Karma & Improve Prospects
Monday, October 22 PDT
“Every Pradosham time is the powertime for you to wake up, even if you don’t meditate on a daily basis. If you are aware of the Pradosham time and observe it by meditating during the Pradosham time, you can be liberated from this unconscious life.” – Dr. Pillai
The 1.5 hours before sunset on the 13th Moon phase is a karma-dissolving powertime called Pradosham. Shiva, the Ultimate Karma Removal Archetype, is highly accessible during this time to help you remove the karmic thought patterns and impressions that hold you back from spiritual and material success.
On this particular Pradosham day, the Moon will be in Uttara Bhadrapada, a star of business development that supports creation of long-term value.
When Pradosham occurs on a Monday, it is called Soma Pradosham. Soma Pradosham is a very effective time to clear afflictions related to the Moon. Moon is the ruler of mind and emotions. It is a favorable time to clear bad karmas and improve our prospects, especially in business and career.
MANTRA & AT-HOME PRACTICE:
Use the Thiru Neela Kantam mantra to remove karma. It’s pronounced TEE-roo NEE-lah KAHN-tahm. Don’t just chant it every once in a while. Slip it into your day during any “downtime” so it creates a powerful momentum that cleanses your karma. Use the mantra any time you’re not busy with something you can’t do simultaneously. If you have a specific problem in mind, you can set the intent to cleanse the karmic thought patterns behind it.
Join the Clear Your Karma and Improve Your Prospects Karma-Dissolving Prayer Service on October 22 PDT. The Vedic priests will invoke the Ultimate Karma Removal Archetype, Shiva, to help you dissolve the subtle thought impressions that interfere with your long term success in business and career. Enjoy the benefits of ancient Vedic proxy (distance) technology from home, or wherever you are. Tune in to the live webcast through the wonders of modern technology.
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