Here you will find a summary and explanation of Remedies and Poojas, that are often recommended in the Palm Leaf reading.
You might have some or none of the recommendations below, depending on your karmic constitution.
The purpose of the recommended remedies is to clean and transform certain karmic blockages in your life by working on the underlying karmic tendency that caused them.
The Palm Leaf reading itself, and the blessing of the Rishis, opens our karmic field in a way that makes it very susceptible for the effect of the remedies to take place. The true purpose of the Palm Leaf readings is the positive effects that we can observe in the developments of our lives, when we apply the remedies. This is even more important than the future predictions shared in the leaves.
Guru means “light” or “dispeller of darkness”, and it basically describes the light that guides us on the spiritual path.
“Dhan” means “donation”
“Guru Dhan” is an act of sending offerings of gratitude towards the light, which can be directed to those who are in the role of providing a space for that light to come through.
It is recommended in the Palm Leaves to express gratitude to those who help one on their journey with the leaves. This expression of gratitude is opening us up to receive the blessings of the Rishis on a deeper level.
It can have the form of a monetary donation, but also other forms that have a sincere intention of gratitude and appreciation for the blessings of the Rishis.
One of the most common recommendations is to perform prayers and poojas (devotional ceremonies) to different deities. The deities from the Indian traditions are personifications of different universal energies. For example, the “Goddess Lakshmi” represents the energy of abundance, love and beauty.
The outer form of these poojas is flexible, and you can basically create your own ceremony as long as you include the mantras that are used to invoke these specific energies. The most simple form of such a pooja is to chant the recommended Mantra of the deity 108 times, and say some prayers for their blessing to transform your life for the better. You will be surprised be the results!
These are very specific rituals with special Mantras, which can be performed in your name and for you, by trained priests in temples in India. This Mantra Yantra Pooja is usually performed twice a day for a certain period of time. During the pooja, a copper Yantra is charged with the energy of the ritual, which will be send to you after its completion.
When the pooja is performed for you, a very specific energy frequency is invited into your energy field that helps to transform certain karmic conditionings.
The Yantra will store that energy frequency and it acts as a reminder when you keep it in your Home.
Based on the recommendation given to you by the Rishis, in the Palm Leaf reading, a very specific ceremony will be performed for you by a priest in an Indian temple.
He will perform the ritual twice per day, with specific prayers and mantras to invoke these energies and blessings in your life.
During the ritual, a copper Yantra (sacred geometric diagram) will be charged with the energy of the ritual, and send to you after its completion.
Social & Spiritual Service
Sometimes there is a recommendation to perform social & spiritual services, which simply means to dedicate our time and energy to helping others. These can be practical- like taking care of children or the elderly, emotional- like giving support to those in need, or spiritual- like teaching Yoga and Meditation. These are just examples. The most important thing is to cultivate an attitude of service and goodwill.
Shiva & Parvati
Shiva & Parvati are the divine expression of the divine masculine and feminine in harmony (and much more). Shiva represents consciousness and Parvati represents energy. They bring the blessing of family harmony, spiritual awakening and much more.
Their Mantras are:
OM NAMAH SHIVAYA to Shiva&
OM SHAKTIYE PARA SHAKTIYA NAMAHA. to Parvati
Performing Prayers and Poojas to Lord Murugan are said to transform and eliminate negative Karma and its effect in our life.
Tuesday is the day which is associated with Lord Murugan.
He is often invoked to transform relationship blockages or health issues.
His Mantra is:
OM SARAVANA BHAVAYA NAMAHA
The Goddess Durga is the personification of the force that destroys all of our inner and outer demons and enemies, which is the blessing she brings into our lives.
Friday is the most auspicious day to do Poojas and Prayers for Durga.
Her Mantra is:
OM SRI DURGA YA NAMAHA
Vishnu is the preserver of creation and brings the blessings of abundance, health and an overall harmonious life.
New moons are good days to pray to Vishnu.
His Mantra is:
OM NAMO NARAYANAYA
The Navagrahas are the 9 planets, which include the 2 energy planets Rahu and Ketu.
Their Mantras are:
OM NAVAGRAHA YA NAMAHA 108 times or OM NAMAH SOORYAYA CHANDRAYA MANGALAYA BUDDHAYA CHA GURU SHUKRA SHANIBHYASCHA RAAHAVE KETAVE NAMO NAMAHA 9 times.
Hanuman is the personification of strength, devotion and courage, which are the blessings that are bestowed upon us when we invoke his presence.
The most auspicious day to pray to Hanuman is Saturday.
His Mantra is:
OM HANUMATE NAMAHA
Guru is the light of Dharma that guides us on our spiritual path. It is the divine teachings that we can receive through many ways and people, and it is our spiritual teachers.
When we pray to the universal Guru, we pray for spiritual progress and liberation.
The Mantra is:
OM GURUVE NAMO NAMAH
Lakshmi is the Goddess of abundance, love and beauty as part of our spiritual path.
She brings the blessings of wealth and an overall happy life.
Fridays are good days to pray to Lakshmi.
Her Mantra is:
OM ASTA LAKSHMIYE NAMAHA
Lord Ganesha is known for his loyalty and compassion. Praying to him evokes your inner wisdom and discernment. He helps to remove obstacles and solves problems that arise along your life journey.
His holy mantra is OM GAM GANAPATAYE NAMAHA
If you have any more questions, regarding the performance of your remedies, please contact us.