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Money and Prosperity Magic - The Kubera Yantra

Postby Blake Goode » Sat May 10, 2008 10:48 am

Greetings Everyone,

I wanted to share a yantra that is an extremely powerful way to manifest money and prosperity in your life. This is the Kubera Yantra:

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You can buy one of these online in various places, though I would suggest a specific source that I know will properly make and activate the yantra in a sacred ceremony, if anyone is interested (This would be from a teacher of mine, and I won't make any money by referring you to his website).

You can also make one for yourself and activate it through your own ceremonies and prayer. It should be made out of copper, though gold would be fine :) .

The numbers in the Kubera Yantra are said to represent the 9 planets in Vedic Astrology.

The way to use the yantra is to place it on your altar. To bring positive change into your life, put these numbers in your consciousness. If you want to make one of these yantras for yourelf, inscribe the numbers on a thin copper plate. You can get a copper plate as thin as paper from a local craft or hobby store. Put it on your meditation altar. Repeat each number nine times, both horizontally and vertically, with your eyes closed. Offer candlelight, incense, flowers and some raisins or other fruit. Pray to the numbers. Repeated prayers will make the yantra come alive.

Persons who possess and pray to this yantra will not suffer from lack of money and material comforts.
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Postby LUNAAMOR » Sat May 10, 2008 11:06 am

mmmm so where can i get one ^^
i would love one :D
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Postby watershield » Sat May 10, 2008 2:08 pm

Here's a bit more information on Yantra's
http://hinduism.about.com/library/weekly/aa021103a.htm

The use of Yantra's is of the Hindu faith

One web site that I had a look at is asking $80.00 U.S. for a copper one.
Prices go up from there.
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Postby Blake Goode » Sat May 10, 2008 7:18 pm

The source that I was going to suggest has yantras starting in the $40 range and go up as they go up in size, but when I rechecked I see they now have a special on for $25. These $25 small ones are 3 1/4" x 3 1/4", which should be fine, but you can get some really fancy larger ones for a few hundred. :)

Here is the link: $25 Yantras
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Postby Blake Goode » Sat May 10, 2008 7:29 pm

I hope I am not being out of line in mentioning Yantras here because they don't necessarily come from the Wiccan tradition. Is this OK here?

I figured that there was an overall interest in ceremonial magic from different traditions as well, but I could be wrong. The goddess is the goddess to me, whether she has a hindu name or a wiccan name. I hope this is OK, but I apologize if I have offended anyone here.

Best wishes,

Blake
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Postby watershield » Sat May 10, 2008 11:51 pm

No problem as far as I can see.
I pull a lot from Hindu and Buddhist teachings as well, while I don't believe in Gods as Gods per say.
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Postby Blake Goode » Sun May 11, 2008 11:01 pm

watershield wrote:...while I don't believe in Gods as Gods per say.


I think I know what you mean. :wink:

Thanks.
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Re: Money and Prosperity Magic - The Kubera Yantra

Postby hedge* » Mon May 12, 2008 4:58 am

LivingSuccess wrote:Persons who possess and pray to this yantra will not suffer from lack of money and material comforts.


Not very spiritual that is it?

I owned a yantra years ago (it was wooden) and prosperity and wealth was the last thing on my mind.

*shrugs (different strokes for different folks)

They share similarities with Reiki in their mechanics and Chakras in their core.
They can be a very powerful tool and they certainly opened many more windows for me.
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Re: Money and Prosperity Magic - The Kubera Yantra

Postby Blake Goode » Mon May 12, 2008 4:49 pm

hedge wrote:
LivingSuccess wrote:Persons who possess and pray to this yantra will not suffer from lack of money and material comforts.


Not very spiritual that is it?


While it isn't one of the more spiritually oriented yantras, I do believe that there needs to be a balance between the spiritual and the material. I think it is a bit odd for people who hold spirituality so high that they neglect the material balance and need to go out and beg for people with money to support their spiritual causes and projects. I spent more than a few years working within a spiritual organization for very little money and yet we needed people with money to donate that money to our causes. I found that I really appreciated what I called the monastic model, in which a monastery is completely self-sufficient, running a true and profitable business - within the monastery and serving the community, instead of having to survive by begging for donations.

Energies, such as money, are neutral, and they can equally be used for good and spiritual purposes as for dark and evil purposes.
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Postby nini » Tue May 13, 2008 7:13 am

i owned a yantra (with the corresponding mantra)in the form of a handkerchief when i was still single. unfortunately, though i never run out of money, i also does not have more than enough... have to dispose it later when i got married. :oops:
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Postby Eartheartdragonfly » Tue May 13, 2008 11:56 am

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Instinctively, thoughts are powerful instruments of electric bolts.. they can vibrate AWEsome, CHARMing messages of self-created GOoD fortune.

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p.s........ printed the Kubera .. east, west , south and north ..thanKs. 72.. 7+2= 9. LucKy magicK of 9 spring .. change and transformation.
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Postby Peregrine1013 » Tue Aug 19, 2008 1:45 pm

I do not understand why it is so wrong to ask for prosperity as long as your work is honest. A farmer works hard in the field and can pray for a good harvest.

It's easy to frown on these spells when there is plenty around you and you do not feel like your hard work and efforts keep getting tossed out the window or flushed down the toilet all the time. :(

Oftentimes high crime and poverty go hand-in-hand. The poor neighborhoods are usually the most dangerous to live in as well. Suicides, divorces, domestic violence, neglect, abandonment, and a host of other social ills happen due to lack of resources.

I'm not defending the greedy, the criminal, the short-sighted dollar chaser, the lazy, etc. I just hate it when I see honestly earned prosperity, or the spells and hopes for it, treated with contempt. I'm a Clark Howard fan, and I've heard him criticized for not dealing with "real problems" of the world which is crazy talk. He made a similar defense.

Sorry, I know this is a slightly old thread, but I just needed to vent that out.
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