Monday, March 30, 2009

Wealth, Finances, & Mantra


Thanks, for looking off the beaten path for information on wealth!

Wealth, finances, money--the funny part about all this is that we're NOT talking about material things. Money, after all, is an idea. Especially now that every country's economy is based on currency not clearly connected to any objectively verifiable value. Once upon a time, a dollar represented a particular amount of silver or gold, for example. No more!

However, that's no reason for fretting about finances. Human beings can keep track of huge amounts of information and make all the calculations necessary to keep the house of cards in place. So, why the recent troubles?

What some have called a "financial crisis" can be blamed on greed and corruption. However, when a game descends into far-reaching dishonesty, it's to say that the general vibes of the game have been degraded. Where that's the case, the only meaningful solution would be an uplifting force to raise the character of the game.

Something similar had been going on with politics, in general, in the United States. And raising the tenor of the discussion is what has created a new sense of optimism--true optimism--in America. "Yes, we can!"

Well, Dattatreya Siva Baba shares a mantrum, in the video below, meant to afix a holy uplifting tenor onto our economy--both private and collective. It makes sense to me that such a thing could be the real engine to wealth. As the Christian saying goes, "In the beginning was The Word." And, I have never believed this to be true only above, and not below.

I don't quite see myself writing OM BRZEE NAMAHA 1,008 times. I'm considering it. However, the chanting is quite another thing. I do feel the vibrations to be legitimate for their function and have chanted them with good psychic effect.

For those wishing to hear it repeated 108 times, the video below is just what you're looking for.

I believe this mantrum to be a true gift from a teacher who cares for the world. For those who take it up, I wish you the best.


  1. I have started using the Shreem mantra recently. Everyday I write the word "Shreem" 108 times and also say it 108 times. Feels good. :-)


  2. Hi-i!

    Thanks, for mentioning Shreem!

    I'm very curious about this. Thanks, for this precise method. But, I'd love to learn more about what the word signifies and how it's used in more of a linguistic context.

    Dattatreya Siva Baba mentiones Shreem in other videos, and obviously there is a connection between this and Brzee (as both may be emmpowered via repetitions 108 or 1,008 times).

    I'd love further information!

    Sunshine & Blessings,

  3. well i try to chant THIRU NEELA KANTAM every time i have an unhealthy thought and it has been very helpful,and i dont have those thoughts anymore...


  4. Hi Johnny,

    Forgive my very late post. :P

    However, I am so pleased to find your message, as I was unaware of this mantra, and you've been kind enough to place it into context.

    Sunshine & Blessing,