Kleem mantra is just one of many spiritual ancient methods that Buddhists, Hindus, and other Eastern authentic religions use to create love. Moreover, this is one of the oldest and powerful mantras in the universe and one of the oldest rituals used to create attraction and love.
”Kleem” is the beej (seed) mantra for Goddess Kali. Kali is the ferocious, potent, and fearful form of the Mother Goddess. She is often illustrated dancing or standing on her husband, Lord Shiva (who is also known as The Destroyer). As an embodiment of time, Goddess Kali devours all things, plus, She is irresistibly attractive to all living beings, gods, semi-gods, and mortals.
More importantly, this Sanskrit mantra is very closely connected to another mantra – “Shreem.”
Shreem mantra is related to the Hindu Goddess Lakshmi (also known as the Goddess of wealth, prosperity, purity, abundance, generosity, and the embodiment of grace, beauty, style, and charm). Therefore, this love chant is the sacred sound that attracts those qualities and positive characteristics to you.
Furthermore, this potent mantra is also known as the Mantra of Lord Krishna, the embodiment of bliss and wisdom. He is considered to be the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu (who is part of Hindu Triumvirate).
Kleem Mantra For Love Meaning:
- Ka – signifies Kamadeva, the is the Hindu god of human love or desire.
- La – signifies Lord Indra, the leader of the Devas and the ruler of Heaven, also lord of the material needs, wishes, and senses.
- Ee – signifies satisfaction or full moon.
- Mm – signifies that which bring love, abundance, prosperity, and happiness.
Chanting this mantra 108 times daily may remedy all your relationship complications, and can heal and cure many illnesses like depression (for example, an estimated 19 million American adults are living with major depression) and weakness.
By repeating Kleem mantra, the practitioner gains suggestive energy and strength as well as a stronger foundation on which to put his/her mental and physical intentions to.
In addition, repeating the mantra with sincere intentions increases vigor, affection, determination, and motivation, therefore, practicing this mantra is a good method for sedentary, tiredness, cold, and frosty people.
Moreover, a constant repetition (especially before sunrise) of this love mantra will remove stress, inner fears, and tension, and help in regularizing blood pressure and regularizes sleep patterns.
In addition, the mantra is used to attract infinite energy (also known as prana), and the human body is also energy. Hence, prosperity, relationships, abundance, happiness, and all the material success can be attracted by chanting this bija mantra.
When we repeatedly (with correct pronunciation) utter a Sanskrit mantra we are tuning to a special healing and higher frequency that establishes a contact with the cosmic energy and drags it into our body, mind, and surroundings.
From a scientific view, everything that exists in this universe, both invisible and visible, emits a vibrational resonance. Hence, by chanting ancient Sanskrit mantras we can balance the energies and increase the level of our energetic system, which promotes certain beneficial events and actions.
How To Use The Love Mantra
The mantra can be listened or chanted at any time of the day. No specific number of repetitions required (minimum 108 repetitions daily). The more you chant or listen, the sooner you will see the desired results and start to live your life abundantly.
The ideal time to recite the mantra: Brahma muhurta (before sunrise around 4 am) but before going to sleep is also a good time. The best posture is to sit cross-legged with hands upon your thighs and palms facing upwards. Some prefer to be in a closed space where there is a minimum disturbance, while some might prefer to sit in the open.
Before, during and after the practice with the mantra, you should maintain piousness and avoid consumption of animal food, alcohol, and other legal or non-legal drugs, which make the functioning of the brain improper.
Sources https://www.researchgate.net/publication/312153393 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3807963/