Tap into the Power of the Chant: Attaining Supernatural Abilities Using Mantras

  • by Baal Kadmon
  • Narrated by Resheph
  • 0 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

If you have listened to my other books you know that I recommend the use of mantras as a vehicle for magick. They are very powerful and oftentimes easy to recite. In my other books that deal with mantras I provide a bonus chapter on something called Siddhi. I have been asked several times to go into greater depth about this and so I have decided to write this text.
By attaining Siddhi, while using a mantra, you are literally embodying the power of that mantra. You will have the mantra's power. For example, if you are looking to attract material abundance, the seed mantra for that is "shreem". If you recite "shreem" 10,000 times, you will attain the essence of that Supernatural power. You will be able to recite "shreem" and attain your material goals easily. You will be a magnet, as it were. You will attain supernatural powers.
In this book, we will discuss, in greater depth, what Siddhi is. After that, I will present a few powerful mantras and provide you the exact number of recitations you will need to attain Siddhi. Not all mantras have the same recitation count. I will also provide helpful tips on how to keep track of your recitations and most importantly, we will discuss the immense responsibility given you once you achieve Siddhi. Do not take this lightly, as once you achieve Siddhi for any given mantra, you will possess that power.


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I got stuck

I just don't know how to pronounce the words... is there a part 2 where you have a sample how to say the mantras?
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- a fun game to play

Chants as potentials of change

If you could sum up Tap into the Power of the Chant: Attaining Supernatural Abilities Using Mantras in three words, what would they be?

Chants as Actualizing Agents

What did you like best about this story?

It is not a story but a manuel to work out for, and on yourself.

Which scene was your favorite?

not especially applicable

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

communications of intent

Any additional comments?

Mentally sound people, I believe all want to become the best they can be, at any point in time. One then works at that, with that, in that. which you have become. Until...and on and on. Our life, you might say: is an ever evolving chant being of a certain place with in a space of confirmation at any given point in time.

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- Beverly L Marcum

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-13-2015
  • Publisher: Baal Kadmon