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Evil eyes

  1. 1. MEASURE TO WARD OFF THE EVIL EYES
  2. 2.  The ominous power of Dhristi can be subtle or immense depending upon the depth of negative emotions. Stronger the emotions greater will be the energy released. This energy can work at the  A) Material level :  An evil-eye on other's possessions like wealth, property, and other accessories which consequently deplete the victims of their resources.  B) Physical and the psychological level :  The 'hale and hearty' suddenly succumb to ill- health, or happiness and peace of mind is lost. These are some of the nasty effects of Dhristi. Witchcraft, black magic etc. are advanced manifestations of Dhristi.
  3. 3. •Drishti occurs when someone looks at you with a jealous, evil and astonishing mind. Someone who cannot possess or achieve a thing which you have reached. Someone says pumpkin, bloody sacrifice and all for drishti removal. But in my experience Lord Narasimha photo in your house entrance and workplace will nullify all evil results. It’s not because Narasimha has horrifying look I am telling this. Generally, Vishnu's Narasimha Avatar is to give swift removal of miseries esp. due to enemies, demoniac men and horoscope planets. It is said when one loudly chants "Jai Narasimha" even the Sani planet would fly away and cannot do any harm.
  4. 4. DHRISTI PARIHAARAM 1. Dhrishti Parihaaram is a measure to ward off the evil, cast by an evil eye. The remedy also depends upon the source from which the negative energy has been produced whether it is a product of witchcraft or black magic. 2. Traditional methods of Pariharam Material level: Some fruits like lemon, watermelon and coconut have the capacity to absorb negative energy. For eg. A new automobile is run over lemons before it starts its journey. Watermelons are hung at the gates of houses and babies are smeared with collyrium on the forehead and the cheek to ward off evil. Physical level: Burning camphor, when brought near any person burns out all the negativity around the person. It is necessary that the mind get tuned (in order to absorb the negative energy) to these media (lemons coconuts, collyrium) of Dhristi Parihaaram so that they serve the desired purpose.
  5. 5. SOME MORE TECHNIQUES OF DRISHTI PARIHARAM:  There are various ways to cast away drishti. You can use lemon, water melon, coconut, crystal salt, pepper seeds, red chilies and camphor.  The camphor method is the more common method. They light the camphor in a plate and do the rotations process about the person or family. When the lighted camphor is rotated, it is believed to attract to the fire the negative energy that’s present in our four layers of aura, as fire is considered as the cleansing energy. This can be done on Thursdays, Sunday, on Pournami and Amavasya day.  Regularly performing this can help the person to cast away his/her negative energy, which could not only be the cause of others evil thoughts but one’s own train of negative thoughts.
  6. 6. The mixture of crystal salt, pepper seeds and red chili is taken in one’s hand, one who is to perform the drishti sutthal and rotated clockwise and anti clockwise before the person for whom drishti is to be removed and he/she is asked to spit in the mixture which is then thrown into the fire. When it emits sound and foul odor the person is believed to be relieved of the evil sight. Lemon is used for the materials that we buy, that is when we buy a new vehicle we run over the lemon by our vehicle Water melon is used on a new moon day. A small portion is cut and some coins and sindhur is applied inside and closed again. Then the camphor is placed over the melon and lighted. This is rotated around a person or the whole family, clock wise and anticlockwise for about 3 or 21 times. This is believed to remove negative energy that fills our physical aura. Also coconut is used in the same way.
  7. 7. The word 'dhristi' (Evil Eye) traces its origin from Sanskrit and its literal meaning is 'sight' In modern linguistics its usage signifies 'evil eye' or rather 'casting an evil-eye' Dhristi is not a concept borrowed from superstitions. Science explains it as the flow of negativity that affects the person or object towards which it is directed. Origin of negativity/ negative energy Every thought form is associated with energy, just as blessings and good thoughts have a positive aura about them, so also negative emotions harness harmful or negative energy. Sources of these negative energies are, people who give way to: Jealousy Sense of discrimination/comparison: the feeling that other people are better than you, thereby leading to frustrations. Spirit of vengeance/retaliation: people who curse spitefully seeing the prosperity of their rivals. These emotions may not manifest or surface out but their presence even at the subconscious level can be destructive.
  8. 8. Drishti results in: 1. Uneasiness 2. Lack of interest 3. Sudden illness 4. Prolonged illness (without any reason). The Vedic perspective The vedas has described four kinds of people 1. The Satpurushas: who help others without caring for their own well-being 2. The Samanyas: they help considering the position of the self 3. Manushya Rakshasas: who extract benefits by disturbing others welfare 4. People who harm others without any purpose According to the vedas, people who belong to the last two categories (described above) are most likely to cast an evil eye. Power of Dhristi The ominous power of Dhristi can be subtle or immense depending upon the depth of negative emotions. Stronger the emotions greater will be the energy released. This energy can work at the Material level: An evil-eye on other's possessions like wealth, property, and other accessories which consequently deplete the victims of their resources. Physical and the psychological level: The 'hale and hearty' suddenly succumb to ill-health, or happiness and peace of mind is lost. These are some of the nasty effects of Dhristi. Witchcraft, black magicetc. are advanced manifestations of Dhristi.
  9. 9. Dhristi parihaaram Dhrishti Parihaaram is a measure to ward off the evil, cast by an evil eye. The remedy also depends upon the source from which the negative energy has been produced whether it is a product of witchcraft or black magic. Traditional methods of pariharam Material level: Some fruits like lemon, watermelon and coconut have the capacity to absorb negative energy. For eg. A new automobile is run over lemons before it starts its journey. Watermelons are hung at the gates of houses and babies are smeared with collyrium on the forehead and the cheek to ward off evil. Physical level: Burning camphor, when brought near any person burns out all the negativity around the person. It is necessary that the mind get tuned (in order to absorb the negative energy) to these media (lemons coconuts, collyrium) of Dhristi Parihaaram so that they serve the desired purpose.
  10. 10. Spiritual methods of Dhristi Parihaaram The evil that is cast due to black magic or witchcraft needs more powerful remedies like : Homams Japams Mantra chanting Parayanam which need to be performed with a Guru's consultation. The apt Pariharam will be recommended depending upon the suffering of the victim. You have to perform NETHRA DARSHAN at the temple of LORD VENKATESHWARA/BALAJI preferably at TIRUPATHI, if you can't visit TIRUATHI you can go to the BALAJI TEMPLE at your city. NETHRA DARSHAN means the first DARSHAN on a thursday you should be available right from opening of the temple doors, then the SUPRABATHAM, then the days POOJA, where the LORDS eyes are kept opened throughout THURSDAY. This is our practical experience and it has its superb effects. Hope you will get a chance to do it soon
  11. 11. To remove the evil eye of others on your family you need to have NETRA DARSHAN of LORD BALAJI which means your should take darshan of LORD VENKATACHALAPATHY early in the morning on THURSDAY. ( on thursdays only lord sees devotees with open eyes ) LORD's NAMMAN you can see is in a different form with open eyes than the normal days. In case your place doesn't have LORD BALAJI TEMPLE you can pray (take a vow) for a visit and take blessings from him saying that you will visit TIRUPATHI during a particular time. Drishti : The word 'dhristi' (Evil Eye) traces its origin from Sanskrit and its literal meaning is 'sight' In modern linguistics its usage signifies 'evil eye' or rather 'casting an evil-eye' Dhristi is not a concept borrowed from superstitions. Science explains it as the flow of negativity that affects the person or object towards which it is directed.
  12. 12. Origin of negativity/ negative energy Every thought form is associated with energy, just as blessings and good thoughts have a positive aura about them, so also negative emotions harness harmful or negative energy. Sources of these negative energies are, people who give way to: Jealousy Sense of discrimination/comparison : the feeling that other people are better than you, thereby leading to frustrations. Spirit of vengeance/retaliation : people who curse spitefully seeing the prosperity of their rivals. These emotions may not manifest or surface out but their presence even at the subconscious level can be destructive.
  13. 13. Drishti results in: 1. Uneasiness 2. Lack of interest 3. Sudden illness 4. Prolonged illness (without any reason). The Vedic perspective The vedas have described four kinds of people 1. The Satpurushas: who help others without caring for their own well-being 2. The Samanyas: they help considering the position of the self 3. Manushya Rakshasas: who extract benefits by disturbing others welfare 4. People who harm others without any purpose According to the vedas, people who belong to the last two categories(described above) are most likely to cast an evil eye.
  14. 14. Power of Dhristi The ominous power of Dhristi can be subtle or immense depending upon the depth of negative emotions. Stronger the emotions greater will be the energy released. This energy can work at the Material level : An evil-eye on other's possessions like wealth, property, and other accessories which consequently deplete the victims of their resources. Physical and the psychological level : The 'hale and hearty' suddenly succumb to ill-health, or happiness and peace of mind is lost. These are some of the nasty effects of Dhristi. Witchcraft, black magicetc. are advanced manifestations of Dhristi.
  15. 15. Dhristi parihaaram Dhrishti Parihaaram is a measure to ward off the evil, cast by an evil eye. The remedy also depends upon the source from which the negative energy has been produced whether it is a product of witchcraft or black magic. Traditional methods of pariharam Material level: Some fruits like lemon, watermelon and coconut have the capacity to absorb negative energy. For eg. A new automobile is run over lemons before it starts its journey. Watermelons are hung at the gates of houses and babies are smeared with collyrium on the forehead and the cheek to ward off evil. Physical level: Burning camphor, when brought near any person burns out all the negativity around the person.
  16. 16. It is necessary that the mind get tuned (in order to absorb the negative energy) to these media (lemons coconuts, collyrium) of Dhristi Parihaaram so that they serve the desired purpose. Spiritual methods of Dhristi Parihaaram The evil that is cast due to black magic or witchcraft needs more powerful remedies like : Homams Japams Mantra chanting Parayanam which need to be performed with a Guru's consultation. The apt Pariharam will be recommended depending upon the suffering of the victim.
  17. 17. A lemon with four or five chillies tied together, or a piece of stale unleavened bread (roti) is used for the purpose. At times these chillies are also hung on the front door to shield the house from the evil eye. To protect their homes from the eye, women often draw mystical designs on the threshold. Black mud pots with fierce faces drawn on them are also hung on the door of It is believed that if the malefic effect of the first look is neutralized, subsequent glances will have no effect. All these devices are believed to catch the effect of the evil eye before it affects the crops, the building, or the beings they protect. It is believed that only the first look is deadly, and once its effect is neutralized, subsequent glances will have no effect. You can salt and red chilli and make three rounds clockwise and anti clockwise and throw it on the backyard. A lemon and some green chillis make a hanging and hang on the front door. Take white bhopla and camphor and light it and make three round around the person to whom you want to do drushti. You can have the "KANDHRISHTI VINAYAGAR" photo hung in the entrance of your house. Or you can also hang the spatika or the green chillies with the lime hung on the same way. You can buy Kan drushti vinayakar and hang on the front side wall(Kan Drishti Ganesha). Hang lemon and green chilli. Take a black thread and put it for pooja in hanuman temple and then wear it to your right hand, it is generally said to avoid the affect of this kan drishti.

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