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Kal Bhairav Sadhana

For Allaying Fear Of Foes, Accidents And Death

The name Bheirav is enough to invoke fear in an individual but the Lord is fearsome not for his Sadhak but for his enemies. For the Sadhak he is very kind and protects him always. Just as we have bodyguards who look fearsome and awe inspiring with their guns and other weapons, similarly Bheirav is a deity who wields awesome powers and protects one from dangers. We need not be afraid of our bodyguards, similarly a Sadhak should have no fear of the Lord. This Sadhana is very easy and simple, which any person, be it a man or a woman can try. Kaal Bheirav temple is there in the holy city of Ujjain and it is known as the temple of miracles. Many truly remarkable Tantra experiences are related to this shrine.

Benefits of this Kal Bhairav Sadhana

  1. The Tantra texts describe it to be the best Sadhana for putting an end to enmities and rendering the foes unhostile.
  2. If you fear your life because of some enemy or you fear that the enemy could harm your family or children then this Sadhana provides a divine shield against all attacks. The enemy loses his hostile attitude and stops giving trouble.
  3. If you have fear of death, accident, fire, weapons or unnatural death then this Kaal Bheirav Sadhana is the best remedy. It can prevent even death.
  4. Even women can try it for their own and their husbands' and children's safety.

The Kal Bhairav Sadhana

The night of Kaalaashtmi is the time for conquering even death. This is a very auspicious time that combines the blessings of both Lord Bheirav and Goddess Kaali. Start this Sadhana from eighth day of any fortnight of any Indian month.

For this wear a red or yellow Dhoti/Saree. Then sit on a red mat facing South. Before yourself place a steel plate and in it write || om bham bhairvay namah||

with vermilion (Kumkum). In the centre of the plate place the Siddha Kaal Bheirav Yantra and Mahaa-Mrityunjay Gutikaa. Also keep some iron nails ready. For example if there are seven members in your family then seven nails should be enough. Wrap the holy red thread (Mouli) around each iron nail. Keep chanting

Om Bham Bheiravaay Namah

while you do so. Then offer the nails one at a time on the Yantra each time speaking out the name of a family member. This ritual is for procuring divine protection for each family member. In this Sadhana the Stotra Mantra of Lord Bheirav is chanted. Chant the following Mantra 108 times.

Yam Yam Yam Yaksha Roopam Dash Dishi

Viditam Bhoomi Kampaayamaanam.

Sam Sam Sam Sanhaar Moortim Shir Mukut

Jataa Shekharam Chandra Bimbam.

Dam Dam Dam Deergha Kaayam Vikrit Nakh

Mukham Oordhvaroyam Karaalam.

Pam Pam Pam Paap Naasham Prannmat

Satatam Bheiravam Shetrapaalam.


Next take some black mustard seeds (Kaali Sarson) in your right fist and chant the following Mantra 11 times. Then move your hand three times around your head and wrap the seeds in a paper.

Om Kaal Bheirav, Shamshaan Bheirav, Kaal Roop Kaal Bheirav ! Mero Beiri Tero Aahaar Re.

Kaadi Karejaa Chakhan Karo Kat Kat.

Om Kaal Bheirav, Batuk Bheirav, Bhoot Bheirav, Mahaa Bheirav, Mahaa Bhaya Vinaashanam Devataa.

Sarva Siddhirbhavet.


Next chant the following Mantra for one hour.

Kaal Bheirav Mantra :

Om Bheiravaay Vam Vam Vam Hraam Shrom Namah.

This is only a single day Sadhana. After the chanting is over take the nails, the seeds, the Yantra and Gutika and go and throw them at some crossroad.

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