Om Ilam Valla Madurai Siddhaya Soma Sundara Rajati Rajaya Arunachaleswaraya Namasivaya Baba Sri Sivaya Swaha
Om Ilam Valla (pronounced: OM IL-ahm VAH-lah)Ilam means all. Valla means having the ability to do everything.
Madurai Siddhaya (pronounced: MAH-duhr-eye Sid-DIE-ah)This phrase brings in Madurai’s energy, a place in India renowned for Goddess energy and one of the ancient 51 Sakthi points (Sakthi peedams), and the miracle creating ability of the word Siddha, which refers to an enlightened master.
Soma Sundara Rajati Rajaya (pronounced: SO-mah SOON-dar-ah Rah-JHA-tee Rah-JHAY-ah)This phrase references when a famous king from Madurai known as Soma Sundara. This sound will give you the consciousness of a king. The phrase Rajati Rajaya reinforces this consciousness.
Arunachaleswaraya (pronounced ah-roo-NAH-cha-lay-SWAH-rye-ah)Arunachala is a sacred mountain in India that is said to destroy ego and represents the archetype Siva as the element of fire. It is believed that the mere thought of Arunachala gives liberation.
Namasivaya (pronounced: NAH-mah-she-VAH-yah)Namasivaya is the ultimate mantra that gives you everything, including controlling the five elements and the five senses.
Baba Sivaya (pronounced: BAH-bah SHREE She-VAH-yah)Baba dissolves your sins. Sri attracts money. Siva gives you enlightenment.
Swaha (pronounced: swah-HA)Swaha is a way to invoke or call on the object of your prayers.