Friday, September 12, 2008

Shri Ram Raksha Stotram Part 2

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Shri RamRaksha Stotram

This RamRaksha Stotra is in Sanskrit and it is written by Budhakoushika Rushi. This Stotra is very powerful. By reciting this stotra with concentration and devotion one gets everthing i.e. Wealth, Health, Peace, Protection, Prosperity, Success, Fame and all good wishes are fulfilled. Please try it. In this Ram Raksha stotra we are requesting Lord Ram to protect each and every part of our body. Many people celebrate the birth day of their beloved child by saying this stotra loudly, sitting in a circle surrounding the child and dropping the small scented flowers over the body of the child while chanting the 5 stanzas starting from shiro me Raghav patu --- to –Ramo akhalim vapu. This is a Ram Raksha Stotra which is very powerful and very simple to say. This stotra is to be said loudly with full concentration every day once only. It gives prosperity, strength and every thing we ask for. Many people have experienced it. I found Blessings of Lord Ram always with me.

We are born with free will. How far we utilize it? It is a big question. To be happy or not to be happy depends on our choice, to be successful or not depends on our attitude which comes from our free will or thinking. Great personalities have said many things about free will, two are listed below.
Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.
M. K. Gandhi.
What counts is not IQ or Intelligence Quotient but WQ or Will Quotient. You cannot
plead that you lack will. There is will in every desire. Every desire carries with it the
will to bring that desire to fruition. When it comes to something we like, we have all the will we need. Someone says: “Hey, C’mon, we’re going skiing!” And that is enough. We
Will get out of bed at three in the morning, drive for hours, stand cheerfully in the snow waiting for the ski lift, and uncomplainingly put up with discomfort with an iron will. To control our destiny, we need to harness our will, to do not what we like to do, but to do what is in your best interests in the long term. If the will is strong enough, anything can be accomplished. ---------- Eknath Easwaran.
Shri RamRaksha Stotram

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