A lot of problems faced after performing Kaal Sarp Dosh Puja include Lost Job, Starting anxiety, etc.; what should I do?Pt. Ankit Shastri
What should you do if you’ve recently moved to Ujjain and find that you’re facing some problems after performing the Kaal Sarp Dosh Puja? This article will help you understand how the Kaal Sarp Dosh Puja works and how to fix any issues that might arise after performing it.
The meaning behind performing this puja
We all know that life is full of difficulties and unwanted events. That’s when we turn to God or other belief systems for support. But what do you do if you find yourself having a bad string of luck after performing the Kaal Sarp dosh puja?
- Pay close focus to the effect of your feelings on your mood.
- Utilize your inner strength and mental ability to shield yourself from negative thinking.
- Use tarot cards or astrology readings as another form of divination!
What you should know before you begin
Before you begin your life in a new city, performing a Kaal Sarp Dosh Puja in Ujjain is important. It will protect you from all misfortune and allow you to start on the right foot and with a clean slate. This ritual ensures that all of your past mistakes are wiped away and that it will be easier for you to find success in the future. Before we get started, some points need attention before getting started with the puja: One needs to wear their best clothing. One needs to avoid eating any heavy food such as fried items or any food containing oil during this puja time of day. Once you have completed the Kaal Sarp dosh puja in Ujjain, don’t forget to throw coconuts over your head seven times.
The next thing one should do after the Kaal Sarp dosh puja Ujjain is prayed at one’s local temple. The final step is to distribute rice balls around town as an offering and also recite Asato Ma Sadgamaya mantras 108 times each morning while making rice balls.
A sample Kaal Sarp dosh puja procedure
1. After bathing and dressing, offer a prayer to the rising sun, asking for blessings and guidance from the deities related to your problem. Then offer up a cleansing prayer by saying: We seek divine help from Lord Shiva, also known as Shambhu, whose consort is Goddess Kali, also known as Dakshinakali (the divine destroyer). Cleanse us of our karmas so that we may be reborn without sin. Then say: I shall ask forgiveness for any wrongdoings I have committed.
2. Enter your meditation or visualization room, or find an isolated spot outdoors where you will not be disturbed for at least 30 minutes of uninterrupted contemplation. Gather together two pieces of black cloth or other dark-colored fabric to cover your eyes and three strips of white fabric with which to blindfold yourself.
3. Place the black cloth over your eyes, tying it behind your head tightly enough so that it cannot slip down but loosely enough so that it does not cut off circulation to your nose area; then tie one end of each strip around each hand in such a way that you can easily release them when finished.
4. Stand up straight with your feet shoulder-width apart and spread out wide to ensure they are firmly planted on the ground. Stretch your arms to the sides until they are almost parallel to the ground, palms open. Imagine holding a ball of light between your hands, a shining ball radiating peace and love in all directions. When you feel centered, take a deep breath, hold it for three seconds, then exhale slowly through pursed lips while gently shaking all limbs loose, letting go of everything weighing on you.
5. Close your eyes, inhale deeply, and imagine you are drawing power from within yourself.
6. Picture the light in front of you growing brighter, stronger, and more intense until it fills the space.
7. Visualize someone or something that has contributed to your negative feelings someone who hurt you physically or emotionally, someone who criticized what you do or don’t do well, someone whom society expects you to please yet never pleased
8. Think about how they made you feel inferior or diminished because they were judging rather than helping
9. Put your anger, fear, shame, and humiliation into the ball of light and push it away. It’s OK to let go of these emotions for now.
10. Once you’ve accomplished that, picture a being or beings such as family members, friends, or coworkers who have given you strength, support, and encouragement throughout your life
11. Put these good feelings into the light and send them back to them
12. Thank the divine forces for their help
The benefits of this puja
Sarparthi puja is a sacred ritual involving chanting Vedic mantras and drawing an amulet for success. It gives clarity and may be performed after any problem or anxiety arises. This could come from getting fired, being unemployed, a possible illness, health worries, or even financial troubles.
It offers closure by releasing all inner fears and letting go of any fear for the future.
The ritual symbolizes success, so it is important to keep this in mind when performing the ritual. Even if there was no specific need to perform the Sarparthi puja beforehand, it would still bring enlightenment, peace, and stability throughout your day-to-day life.
How this puja can benefit your entire family
One of the key benefits of performing a puja for your family is that you can use it as a foundation for creating financial stability and safety. Not only does this involve protecting yourself from job losses, but it also includes being protected from many other types of negative life events such as illness, accidents, and financial setbacks. Another benefit of performing this puja is that it brings peace and harmony to all members of your family, which can be quite helpful if you find yourself at odds with one another due to different outlooks on life or natural conflict. When peace prevails among your family members, you can have confidence knowing that nobody will have anything bad happen because there is no negativity around them.