Lakhsmi is the Goddess of Wealth, our goals, our values, our aspirations. Lakhsa means goal - Lakhsmi manifests the goal, every aim in existence. What our goals are, are what we value; that which we value is our wealth.
One of Lakhsmi’s names is Shri meaning the Highest Respect. Sa means peace. Ra means the mind. I means the heart or intuition. The highest respect is peace in the mind and peace in the heart. When we can experience life with peace in our minds and peace in our hearts, we are offering our respect. Lakhsmi's promise is: "Whoever will pursue their goals with peace, they will find the wealth."
This text contains Lakhsmi’s thousand names with Her puja, japa and nyasa all in the original Samskrita along with a Romanized phonetic transliteration, and a complete English translation by Swami Satyananda, who by his wisdom and deep knowledge makes ancient Samskrita texts accessible and relevant for people all over the world.
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Swami Satyananda Saraswati performed the disciplines of a wandering ascetic for more than twenty years in India, chanting naked in the snow, meditating in hot springs, sitting for days at a time beside a sacred fire, walking the length and breadth of India, encountering snakes, miracle sadhus, rainmakers, healers, terrorists, palm readers, great saints and ultimately the Divine Mother.Language Notes:
Text: English (translation)
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Book Description Sunstar Publishing (IA), 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1887472843