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3 Simple Things to do to Attract Prosperity this Diwali 2020



ॐ गंगणपतये नमो नम:

ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं त्रिभुवन महालक्ष्म्यै अस्मांक दारिद्र्य नाशय प्रचुर धन देहि देहि क्लीं ह्रीं श्रीं ॐ ।

We all know how special the occasion of Diwali is. It is that time of the year when we attract prosperity and abundance into our homes and lives. It is the festival of light, triumph, power, knowledge, and joy, and we must keep finding ways to keep increasing all these aspects during this occasion. To become more prosperous this year, keep reading to find out the three simple things you could do to increase your prosperity.

1. Making Swastika

The first thing you must do is take some Haldi and kumkum and make a swastika sign in your house’s center. Then we must proceed to make this swastika in all the four corners of our house. This must include the four corners of the built-in area of your house, excluding the house lawn. 

So, overall you will have five swastika signs in your entire house during Diwali. You have to keep making these signs again and again during all the five days of Diwali. Moving forward, you need to sprinkle some gangajal starting from the corners of the four swastika signs in your house and bring it all up to the swastika sign in the center of your house.

This will create a flow of energy throughout your entire house. It will help in wiping out all the negativity from your house, and positive vibes will emerge from the central swastika sign, spreading out to all the corners of your house. These five days and repeating this activity for five days will make your entire year very prosperous.

2. Pooja Tips

Pay special attention to tiny details during your Diwali Puja this year, and you will be surprised by the prosperity you attract throughout the entire year. When you bring the silver and gold coins for your Puja this year, set them nicely in a plate and add two suparis to this plate followed by some dhania or coriander.

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Dhaniya is a sign of prosperity as it was the word ‘dhan’ in it. Once the Pooja is complete, we will take the supari and coins from the plate and add it into two pouches. Now what you have to do is place these pouches in your money locker or your jewelry box or locker.

Next, you need to sow the dhaniya into all the plant pots of your house and let it grow. The dhaniya you have sown will grow out, and it must be consumed throughout the year. Use the dhaniya in your kitchen while preparing your food, and you will imbibe prosperity into your life. 

3. Invoking Five Elements

When you perform the Diwali Pooja, you must have a Kalash containing Jal or Amrit. Secondly, whenever you perform Pooja, you must make sure that the air is fresh and beautifully scented to make it more pleasant. You could use agarbatti or incense for this purpose.

The third element to take into consideration is the fire element. We all know that we must light diyas during Diwali, so one should try to make their fire last as long as they can. This means that one should use extra materials to ensure that the diyas keep burning bright for a longer time.

The fourth element is the earth element, which mainly refers to the offerings we present to our Gods and Goddesses at Pooja’s time. So, this year you must incorporate fruits and grains such as rice into your Pooja offerings. The fifth element is the space element, which refers to the sound.

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There must be a constant sound during the Pooja. It could either be of a ghanti or bell, or you should keep chanting hymns and mantras throughout to invoke the space element as much as you can. Once you perform your Pooja with special attention to these five elements, you will get the desired result of your efforts. 

Final Word

The festival of Diwali is meant to increase your prosperity, and we should try hard to make sure that we take full advantage of this opportunity. Following our simple tips during the five Diwali days will make you more prosperous and happy for the entire year to come.