Some sources give symbolic meaning to the syllables in saravanabhavaya as: Sa — attracts others to you Ra — brings prosperity Va — removes disease, debts and other woes Na — resolves problems with others Bha — makes you more attractive to others Va — stops the negativity and the influence evil forces Ya — represents the atman, or the Self During These Times of Stress and Uncertainty Your Doshas May Be Unbalanced.
Om saravanabhavaya namah is a Sanskrit mantra that is believed to bring good luck, abundance and prosperity. It is sometimes called the Kartikeya mantra or Muruga mantra, named after two of the identities of the eldest son of Shiva and Parvati. A mantra is a single syllable, word or phrase that's often chanted more for the power of its sound.
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