We generally marry for positive emotions, love, for social or financial security, for companionship with expectation of happiness. But sometimes marriages are also solemnised because one of the two has malicious intentions ie intends to oppress, hurt, cheat or otherwise use the spouse in some way.
‘Black magics’ or more correctly psychic attacks of negative intentions with the desire to harm, manipulate, cheat, torture etc have always existed. These can be used to compel the victim to behave in a way completely opposite to his/her basic nature. And this happens.
As per the law, you can marry as per your choice after the age of 18/21yrs. But despite this complete freedom, it is better to think seriously on the social, professional, educational, financial etc angles before taking this lifetime decision. After marriage, despite whatever anyone says, the woman is more vulnerable, so she should decide on emotional as well as practical grounds. She should marry only if she is convinced that her husband is capable and willing to support her and their future children in every way possible for a lifetime. (In my experience with the marital dispute cases I have seen, the wife was at the receiving end about 75% of the time.)
But today if you look around, you will see several examples of beautiful women or from wealthy families, or professionals working in good positions, highly educated etc marrying barely literate drivers, vegetable vendors, out of work etc highly unsuitable men from completely alien backgrounds. You would never expect such women to take this sort of decision in the normal course of life. They completely change, ie their personality, thinking patterns, likes/ dislikes completely change overnight. eg someone who lives in a bungalow now thinks that living in a slum is acceptable. Whatever one says about the power of ‘love’, is not normal that a good looking woman, well educated, articulate, professionally well placed, etc, would marry an unemployed man who lives in a slum. I do believe in love as an enabling emotion, but I certainly do not believe that it can change someone to this extreme extent. Marrying for love is a good thing as long as it is backed by intelligence, common sense and practicality.
So in such cases, there must be some other reason why these women take this illogical decision. Most often this is a result of a malicious psychic attack, popularly called ‘black magic’.
There are two easily available substances which ‘hold’ intention and remain ‘charged’ for a longer time. We regularly use them for their this ability very often in a positive sense.
- Water ‘holds’ on to energy very strongly. This is the reason why in temples, the Tirtham is offered to devotees. This water is charged with the mantra of the deity and often camphor, saffron strands, tulsi leaves etc are added to enhance its auspiciousness. The pujari Brahmin will use a special spoon to put this Tirtham in your right palm and you will drink it from here adding a highly positive energy to your self. This is why we revere the waters of the Devi Ganga, its loaded with auspiciousness and drinking it brings this same power into ourself.
- Food, specifically sugar is the second substance which ‘holds’ the energy of intentions very strongly. This is the reason why we offer sweet food or even plain sugar crystals to the deities as Naivedyam. The sugar absorbs the mantra of the pujas and later when you eat this as a Prasadam, the mantra energy is absorbed into you. In temples this type of sugar candy is given as Prasadam, this is a positive use of this substance.
(There are several substances with this typical property eg spices, but they are a bit expensive)
But for those who have malicious intentions, it is easy to get these two items, water and sugar, charged with negativity. And there are several unscrupulous occult practitioners who do this for a fee. There was a reason why our parents would tell us to not eat sweets offered by strangers. Just because we are grown up now does not mean that we forget this basic concept.
The easiest way to perform ‘black magic’ ie a penetrating psychic attack on someone, is to offer him /her negatively charged water to drink or some food containing charged sugar to eat. Generally we do not think much when others offer us water or food. We are not used to thinking that people around us can be so actively malicious. So we eat this stuff and fall into their trap. Obviously the best way of protecting yourself from such black magic attacks is to never eat water/ food offered to you by others, even if they say that it is some Prasadam or some rare sweet or something very tasty or something which you feel that you have to taste.
Now for the solution to this.
Someone you know suddenly expresses her wish to marry someone very unsuitable, unemployed etc and literally wants to move into the slums with him, ie this person starts behaving completely differently from what he/she is generally. (I have seen this happen several times with my and my parent’s clients. Women targeted more often than the men.)
The first thing that you should do is to check the aura.
Being under a psychic attack of this intensity is very painful for the person. He/she is very tired internally and the damage to the aura is clearly visible.
- The aura will have streaks of blackness, greyness, a dirty brown brown color etc, especially more around the shoulders, head, chest.
- The entire aura seems to be enveloped in a black film
- There will be indications of severe strain, ie a painful red orange etc colors in the aura
- There will be dirty looking cords or inserts like hooks etc in the substance of the aura.
- Small babies will refuse to be held by such persons. Small babies can sense the auras of people quite clearly so this is one of the definitive tests of negativity in a person.
- If the aura shows damage then it is 100% a negative binding. This person is a victim of an insidious and malicious attack on his/her very self.
Next would be to remove this psychic binding.
The best way to do this is to seek the protection of Devi Varahi देवी वाराही. This form of the Devi removes the bindings caused by negative energy and ‘grounds’ the energy of a person very firmly. You can think of this as an ‘earthing’ process where the negativity is ‘earthed’ by her power.
Devi Varahi is very Ugra intelligence, a very ferocious deity. I found some images from the internet. Note the typical Shrungar with bhasma on her forehead and malas made of red hibiscus flowers and lemons which indicates her fierce Ugra nature. I cannot recommend any of her stotra or mantra randomly for my readers, she is too intense an intelligence. eg She is the Kshetra palika of Kashi and also Uttarkashi, you can imagine her intensity just with this one sentence.
Regular people can simple do a namaskar to her with a simple ॐ श्री वाराहीदेवै नमः And as she is a Devi, the Shri sukta can be recited in front of her. At max regular people can recite the Tantrokta Ratri Sukta from the Devi Mahatmya for her.
So this is what you can do for your loved family member.
- Take the person to a Devi Varahi temple. Ask the temple pujari Brahmin to give this person Tirtham or Prasadam infused with her power. You can ask for a flower from the deity’s moorti which he/she can always keep for protection. Ask the temple Brahmin to remove the evil eye using vibhuti of the Devi or any other way as per the local temple practices. In most Devi temples there is a Bhairav moorti where this is done using a mixture of raw unbroken black gram and unbroken rice. Devi Varahi is worshipped all over Bharat with equal devotion. The older the temple, the more powerful is the Moorti there.
- If there is a reliable practitioner, Jyotishi, Brahmin etc whom you trust, approach him and suggest that he invokes Devi Varahi for removal of this specific negative influence. These pujas need not be too complicated, eg doing a Homa for invoking her or making a typical amulet for the victim to wear is generally effective.
- (This can also be as simple as touching the person with the tusk of a boar after invoking the Devi Varahi. This may sound weird but amazingly it works. The black film over the aura pops like you would pop a balloon with a needle.) If you can do this with a clear intention in your mind that the Devi Varahi helps the person as a loving yet fiercely protective Mother, she will remove the negative compulsions and neutralise the malicious attack.
- Keep an image of the Devi Varahi in this person’s room or encourage him/ her to use it as the phone/laptop wallpaper.
Finally after all this is done, hold some puja in your home. eg Satyanarayan puja or Mahamrutyunjai Homa or a Graha Shanti puja or your Kuldevata puja etc whatever you like. This will ensure that any negativity from the malicious intention if tied to the house itself is destroyed.
And if this was actually a psychic attack on your family member to force him/ her to marry an unsuitable person against the will then try to be kind to the victim. He/she has been attacked in a deeply invasive way which we others cannot understand, ie do not further scold or traumatise your loved family member.
Briefly the allegory/ story of the Devi Varahi.
In Satya yug, Devi Bhumi is imprisoned by the Asur Hiranyaksh in the Patal, the lowermost lok/ dimension. So Bhagwan Vishnu takes the form of Shri Varah to rescue her, his third Avtar. He fights and kills the Asur, then carefully holds Devi Bhumi between his tusks and carries her upwards. Thus he crosses the lower 7 lok/ dimensions carrying her (Patal, Rasatal, Mahatal, Talatal, Sutal, Vital and Atal). He stabilises Devi Bhumi again in the Bhu Lok, her own dimension. Bhu Devi expresses her thanks and says that now she is his wife. The logic being that Shri Varah has crossed the seven dimensions carrying her, ie he has performed the Saptapadi, the seven steps of the Vivah sanskar with her. (In the Vivah Sanskar, the husband and wife take seven steps together, Sapta-padi, after which they are considered married.) Here one dimension/ lok is equivalent to one step of the Vivah Sanskar. This is acceptable to him, but the wife of Bhagwan Vishnu is always Devi Laxmi, none else. So a part each of the energies of Devi Bhumi and Devi Laxmi is merged to create a specific wife for Shri Varaha, ie the Devi Varahi.
Varah वराह is a sanskrit word which has several meanings like a bull, wild boar, dolphin, a cloud, etc. वाराही Varahi is the energy which causes motion in the substance of the Varah.
There was a question on this topic with some very personal details. And I felt that real reason on the energy level and the simplest yet most effective solution had to be made known so that it remains here and anyone who needs it can use it.
I feel that these solutions should have been transmitted from one generation to the next in the family itself. But our parents/ we have failed to treasure our knowledge, thus today find ourselves in trouble.
Today it is a genuine problem where women are targeted with malicious intentions and compelled to marry men whom they wouldn’t even look at twice in the normal course of life.You must also be reading about such incidents and their increase in recent times in the news and in your neighbourhood.
Marriage is a life long commitment. Sanatan Dharma does not have a concept of ‘divorce’, simply because everyone is supposed to get married after using Jyotish and after application of basic common sense. In our Devbhasha Samskrutam there is no word for ‘divorce’. ie remember that once you marry someone, the energy of the Vivah Sanskar will be broken only with the physical exit of one of the two. Marriage is a life changing decision and if you get it wrong, you will face immense pain and sorrow. So even if there is no psychic attack visible, it is always advisable to think 10 times before deciding to marry someone with a different social, educational, financial etc background. Be very careful.
On the safe side at least do a darshan of the Devi Varahi before taking this drastic step.
I read your articles. I cannot find enough words to praise your spread of knowledge. Please keep on blessing us with your wisdom.
May God bless you.
I cannot find enough words to praise you. Please keep on blessing us with your invaluable wisdom.
May God bless you.
Thank you for the solution.
My respectful pranaams to the Devi. Completely agree with you regarding extra careful evaluation when considering whom to marry and all the associated responsibilities and duties. Especially when your decision affects future generations. I should know. Just today, my ex (in modern parlance) husband let our son know that he is moving away with his new girlfriend (who also has two kids from her previous relationship) to another state. He does not care about his own son but selfishly pursuing his own happiness, and choosing some other man’s kids to father while leaving his own behind…Words cannot express how deeply I regret not considering the choice of spouse in the context of the future. All I have to say in my defence is that the man was from a decent family, no bad habits, well settled and educated. But, here we are. Make that most important choice wisely.
Namaste Tejaswini ji’s,
Happy Gregorian New Year to you. Mam this is a very timely blog as a my close friends daughter is in the same boat.to make situations worse my friend is in Bharat and her daughter is here in Sydney. She has taken a complete 180 degree turn and is in no contact with her family. Boy is from pakistan and my friend is devastated. I do know how best I can help however I have advised her to do Sri Suktam and Hanuman Chalisa. It’s a very tricky situation and she has been asking me to help but her daughter has stopped taking calls from everyone.
I hope this very timely blog of yours can bring much needed help.
Mam I also need to ask you one question in regards to marrige. How best do we talk to our kids abt it. I tell my son that marrige is a Bandhan and he must understand that and he doesn’t necessarily have to take on a Bandhan in life because it’s a social norm.
My friends frown at me for saying that. I don’t want my son to think of marrige as a glorious ceremony that everyone talks about but a very straneous life long process which takes a lot to fructify into a beautiful tree.
Its not a ‘social norm’
For us it is a sanskar, the right action which helps us perform our Dharma in a better way. we become a Dharmapati or Dharmapatni. it has personal, social aspects and Dharmic aspects. Everyone has to get married. no option. the only exception is fr a Sanyasi.
And its the responsibility of the parents to find a match for their son/daughter. The ancient rule was that if the parents do not arrange for a match for a woman within 3yrs of her puberty, she was fully competent to marry whomsoever she chose. (Earlier, puberty would hit later 15yrs+. Today it is at around 11yrs.)
Even today in Brahmin families in those who are particular about their children’s marriages ensure tht the event occurs in their early 20s. I think I have mentioned about the Punjabi/Sikhfamilies where I live. They get their children’s engagements done at 21yrs and then send them off for higher education etc. This way they couple gets to know each other and the families also connect deeply. I find this to be the best solution.
In my family we have made it clear to our kids, nieces, nephews. Thankfully my family’s kids are sincere about their pujas etc and trust us. They have been told that the event should be done before they turn 25yrs old. It may be an arranged match or a love match but the final deciding factor will be Jyotish and social considerations both. My nieces/nephews marriages have started for the past few yrs and they are happy with their new families.
Wrote on the vivah sanskar and marriage. i think around 10 posts or so. use the index
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Please accept my gratitude for your response. You know Tejaswini ji living in these foreign lands makes things doubly difficult. As parents we have to constantly find a balance between life in these lands and carry our roots which we ourselves are trying to connect to as you know most families in India have lost them too. But one thing is for sure if you seek with pure heart you shall find. Need Maa’s blessings and strength to ensure that our kids find anchor in our roots and embrace it.
‘most families in India have lost them too’, ! i do not know anything of this sort.
do not ever generalise.
do not use such generalisations to justify your inability to remain connected to your roots.
i often travel via Haridwar and invariably stop for a Ganga snan. it takes 10mins.
and always i see families with old grandparents and tiny tots all together splashing away. Its the lap of the Mother so they have fun in her waters. but their underlying Shraddha is very evident.
family groups in mercedes and also in tractor trollies. all come to the Devi.
ever been to Kashi? or Prayagraj? or Badrinath ? Tirupati? Swami Ayyappa? Any of the Jyotirlingams? any Shaktipeeths? have you seen the emotion that drives the devotees. old ones with walking sticks, middle aged ones with their children in their arms, small children. they take one step but the deity takes 100 steps towards them.
recently i went to Kangra and the Devi Vajreshwari temple was full of devotees from Tamil nadu over 100 people, old young and the very young. can you imagine? from TN they were in HP with full Shraddha.
in Devi Jwalamukhi temple, it was like the entire Punjab was doing namaskar to Her.
the Devi Baglamukhi temple, family groups were doing Yajnya before her. even Sikh families, with full Shraddha.
the person who didnt have money but still give his last rs 10 note for the Shri Ram temple. We still have people like this in Bharat. He gave without expectation, out of pure Shraddha. His Shraddha will be reflected back to him infinitely by Shri Ram’s krupa.
do not ever belittle the Shraddha of the people who live in Bharatvarsh and follow Dharma. it is because of them that the Bhu lok is still functioning.
if you cannot follow, it is your personal thing.
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It’s always a blessing to read your posts. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us. 🙏
You said Devi Varahi is a very ugra intelligence/energy. And looking at the images I can sense that but when I look into her eyes, I feel a sense of calmness, relief, some indescribable emotion.. like I could look into her eyes for hours. Can you shed some light on how this can be?
First find out what ‘ugra’ means in Sanskrit.
I personally do pujas of Devi Kali and the other Dasha Mahavidya. Its like She holds me in her arms so lovingly so carefully just like a baby. It is something like a mother lion with her cub. She is so beautiful so generous so utterly kind. No words. I have been to the Devi Varahi temple in Devidhura Champavat recently. She is in her Shila form and always covered with a red cloth. But the peace the silence and the pure love is indescribable.
As long as you do not ask anything of Her it is pure love.
But once you start being selfish, using her mantra to trigger her rage and her ferocity then she becomes very strict. Make one mistake in the pronunciation and she will punish you right there. but if you do it correctly she will give you what you want in an instant.
these are fierce deities, very aware, very strict and very fast acting. intense.
a devotee sees his own emotion reflected from the deity he worships. you offer her genuine love and she will magnify it infinitely and return it back to you,
as always, the choice is yours
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1. “I tried writing a bit on the ashtapadmadala chakra but i think it was also very complex for my readers so did not write any more on any other chakra.”
I appreciated so much your post about the ashtapadmadala chakra and I am sure that I am not the only one to appreciate posts that are more complex…… always appreciating deeply when you explain and give insights than lead to dive deeper inside the subject of discovering the human matrix through the lens of Jyotish……
2. Can I ask you your opinion about those modern Guru’s than proclaim Dharma, and then don’t react when there are scandals in their own Ashram eg. one of the mostly close swami rape a swamini, the swamini denounce it, leave the ashram and their Guru keep the swami one year away from the public and afterwards keep him again mostly near, keeping him serving in first front.
And also I wonder why they need to count each and every darshan they give, is it only for marketing reason?
2. “Once the main Guru leaves the physical shell I have observed that the Sampradaya fails to sustain. Power hungry people gain control over it and its subscribers and it is all over.”
I always thought that a Satguru in that level can control the situation from astral….? That a Guru in Mahasamadhi remaining presence and can follow and guide the successor….?
3. I have a very personal question, that I just beg you to delete it, as it is most personal……
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Thank you Tejaswiniji, I am so grateful that you are writing and answering our questions…..
My innermost thankfulness to you
2. They are not a Guru nor a Swami. She is not a Swamini.
They want power and control. They feed on the Shraddha of their disciples.
The body/person is not the Guru. The awareness/intelligence/consciousness within Is.
Eg my Guru, would you think that the physical body with the pinkish kurta, gold watch, white dhoti is the Guru? No.
A Jivan mukt Sat Guru is the Advaita.
Why would he be linked in any way to a specific sampradaya? From the view point of the Advaita there is no duality.
A Jivan Mukt does not ‘take mahasamadhi’.
the physical shell from our point of view stops.
But from his point of view, the shell, the disciples, the guru, the duality does not exist at all. There is no going or coming. He Is.
To run a sampradaya after the main Gurus exit is the responsibility of the designated successor.
If this successor is not a realised Soul then he can deviate from this duty ie get attracted to power and money. It is very common.
Seeing so many people hanging to your tiniest word or doing namaskar to you can easily feed the ego. It is a slippery slope. Then caught in self-ego, these sucessors think that they are bigger than their Guru himself. Then it is finished.
Successor does not want to be guided by the Guru tattva anymore! He wants to exercise power. Choices are a basic freedom. Later Karma will operate. Repercussions will be faced by the person, in this life or the next.
If he has done Guru-droha, ie betrayed the Guru, then the soul will be deposited in the Timir-Andha lok and will remain there with no scope for evolution till Mahapralaya.
It is a very very very big punishment.
3. I cannot get a clear question from your comment. Here are somethings which may help you find the answers.
A Guru simply cannot feel sorrow of any kind as he has found the eternal internal source within him. He is always in Swa-Anand, ie self-happiness.
The Soham mantra is the Ajapa mantra, you are always doing it with your breath. Doing it consciously helps in a very deep way. Gayatri is the foundation of this creation. Vishnu Sahastranama helps restore the things on the internal levels. Use your time to help yourself first.
Your Anya Guru and Guru bhai have their karma let them resolve it the best they can.
If you feel that you have to be involved then pray to your source of faith for help, ie ask your Guru/deity to help your Anya Guru.
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Really – your answer makes my soul laughing and dancing!
One of my biggest issue is that I am absorbing all what is around me, and I have tried so many things to protect me, but the first remedy that worked (apart isolation and dhyan), was to study astrology with you….the more I am conscious about all the energies, patterns, somehow is possible to deviate them to their true place, so to be more protected.
Thank you again to dedicate your time to us….
I had faced black magic issues from my ex husband and his current wife. He left us for her.
As I am the only child, he wanted to get his hand on whatever I would inherit.
I got my aura cleansed by a reiki therapist way back in 2006, during my divorce. He also sensed a lot of black magic done.
Even renowned astrologers had seen black magic done and advised a lot of poojas. I remember Aghori mantra pooja advised and he had taken soil from our plot. He said a lot of amulets and pots would be found in the plot and well.
Even I had a brush with death twice. Thanks to Hanuman who has protected me always.
I do regularly chant the panchakshari and chapter 11 of Devi Mahatmyam
One more thing
Thank you Ma’am. Please delete this too.
there are several types of Vivah, ie putting sindoor, exchanging mala in temple, the temple deity / the Sun in the skies as the witness . most important is the intention at that time on both sides.
There are several Devi Varahi temples in Dakshin, esp in TN,
go to her and request her to sort it out for you.
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Past few years, I have woken up to the extent of black magic used in my own circle…for control, out of jealousy, for tapping into my energies for free….
……..best friend, a sibling, cousins, colleagues…it is shocking to see such widespread use of black magic. i was blind, naive and trusting…now with more and more spiritual practices, i am becoming sensitive and careful. this is the direct protection from God. the increasing awareness and the sensitivity and the shielding pujas.
it’s been tiring, emotionally and spiritually to reckon with these discoveries. my network has shrunk considerably and i am not sorry for it. if i have the slightest doubt that a person, whoever he/she may be is dabbling in this kinda of stuff, i draw my boundaries and chuck the person out of my life or keep a very strong shielded distance.
so i tune it to daivic forces as much as i can to keep my balance. hope one day, my sadhana will reach a point that all this will become irrelevant, at the energy level.
till then, one must be vigilant.
Mother Durga, Lord Hanuman all have come to my aid these few years. this is the promise of hindu dharma, which i am eternally grateful for.
Dear Tejaswiniji, Pranam.
This is an exceptionally sensitive topic shared by you.
I have always believed, water should not be taken from any unknown source. But never knew about sugar, batashey etc. Thank you so much for this detailed educative post.
Just few questions to clarify my curiousity about this.
I too have a son, who will turn 18 this year. And he is eager to explore the world, by going to study abroad….
1. Normally, I visit multiple customers, friends referred by near one and so on, for my technology consulting assignments… Instead of drinking tea, I prefer to drink water. Though till date, I have never faced any abnormality, barring few incidents. Is it good to refrain from doing so?
2. We visit many temples (before covid-19, ofcourse).. We find many pandits sitting in the temple parisar (area), passing over jal (water) and then asking to take a sankalp. Few places, I do it… like Devi Mandir in Gangolihat… I sip jal and do sankalp….
But now, after reading this… I feel…. Is it right to do so??
3. What is the right way of educating my son about this?
Or would it be right to make him sit for reciting this mantra? We have not yet done his jagyo-pavit (sacred thread wearing ceremony)
1. if you cannot avoid food/water offered and if you feel its not safe then try to spill a few drops on the ground for the Bhu Devi she will ‘ground’ the negativity if any in the food.
or visualise the Sookshma Ganga, washing over the food/water
or just offer it mentally to your Kuldevata /adored deity and think of the food as his prasadam
2. anything in the temple premises is under the power of the deity. its all ok.
achman is necessary fr sankalp
You have mentioned Gangolihaat. Can you imagine tht the Devi Kali would allow any nonsense in her Kshetra?
3. 18yrs old and not done the yajnopavit. its to be done before starting school. at 6yrs max 8yrs. get it done. already so many years of life without protection.
best tell everything openly to the child. as much as he needs to know and can understand and in words where he feels reassured. the child should always be able to trust the parent and likewise.
you know if someone does his gayatri, wears the Sutra and Shikha tied. even if you put him in a tank of black stuff, he will not be affected. its the Prachand Oorja of the Mantra. She is Agni, burns all nonsense.
these days boys feel ashamed of tying the shikha. feel the thread to be a burden! this is the extent of brainwashing.
women too should wear the mangal sutra and tie a choti, ie twist at least some part of the hair in a plait. it will stop all negative stuff.
fully open hair, boys and girls are an invitation for the negativity to settle in it.
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Ma’am is there no exit from this situation that I explained? Am i going to suffer lifelong sorrow and pain?
you suffer becoz of your own mind.
choose a mantra and start it with full faith in it. Gayatri or Mahamrutyunjai or recite the Shri Sukta. do any thing for 10mins daily fr yourself.
and go to a old temple eg in Delhi there is the old Devi Kali mandir. or haridwar is close by, go for a Ganga snan. anything which you feel is right for you.
sit there if possible and do your mantra 108 times. request the deity to take away the pain and to show you a solution. and leave all that there itself.
now its in the hands of the deity. let him/her take care of it.
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Thank you Ma’am, many many pranaams and thanks to you for this.
Interesting post. But it’s applicable only in Indian societies. In West women get married or stay with men (though they are more highly educated than the man) from different socioeconomic status due to companionship. What are your views on that?
a HW for you, gather 20 charts of such women, and men too if u prefer
check their 5th 7th 9th houses,
if the birth time is accurate check the navamsha,
if you feel like it, share your findings.
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Very true! I myself have experienced this.
Does black magic work similar to curses- in that you cannot be harmed by someone with a lower energy level than you? So someone with a strong 5th/9th house and doing sadhana cannot be harmed as easily as someone with a weaker dharma trikon?
Wishing you a very happy 2022.
Thanks so much for this post. The allegory/story was brilliant as always. Thanks again for sharing this precious knowledge.
Sincere gratitude and regards,
Happy new year ma’am!
1. How to know if a kid is affected by black magic. Interest/ inclination towards sexual things/ opposite interests/ opposite behavior?
2. How else to remove black magic spell if I don’t pray to deities? I only do soham jaap and another namokar jaap. Can the magic wane off by itself over time?
3. My kid can see a thick black chord trying to connect at back of her the head which causes her headache everyday. Is this also a symptom of black magic? How to remove it without praying to particular deity.
1 as kids grow up they wll obviously be attracted to the opposite sex
everything opposite is not caused by psychic attacks.
2 no. will not
3 yes. cant
wrote a lot of psychic attacks etc use the index page
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Thank you ma’am 🙏🏻
Can the draining black chord be connected to dead maternal grandmother.
I have another question Ma’am. I keep seeing aliens once in a while while I am sleeping. Before I used to see blue aliens in shape of shiva or pretending shiva. Now I see white aliens pretending to be or coming in the name of white cow.
Sorry if it sounds silly, but I wonder what is all this and what should I do abt it.
do your mantra whever you see such things. why give your mind so many objects to play with. train it to focus on your mantra.
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This might sound vague….what’s the proper way to worship shiv/shankar, vishnu, laxmi? are there any beej mantra?
Is shri (shreeng) a beej mantra? I assume it means overall prosperity?
such confusion on the beej mantra!
beej mantra are not generic, one fits all. they are linked to the objective.
money, children, freedom from disease, resolution of property issues, maran, mohan, vasshyam, stambhan, ucchatan, etc. the deities can be invoked using the appropriate beej mantra suitable for that purpose.
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Thank you for the beautiful post ‘Nara Narayan and the Bhagwat Gita’. I was trying to understand 4 stages of speech and came across Ganapati atharvashirsha stotra. And searched your blog for the same, and got this post.
Thank you, I will come back again.
Dear Tejaswini ji,
Your post reminds me of a situation in my family. Few decades back, my uncle insisted on marrying a poor woman. Her being poor was not the issue, her family background was not good. Despite family members dissuading him, he insisted on marrying this woman. A neighbour told my uncle’s family that my uncle was given something to eat which attracted my uncle to this woman. There is a temple in the state where my uncle lived where such magical food is removed. This neighbour offered to take my uncle there. But my uncle shouted at him and refused to go. Years later a friend told me that the people who do BM do it in such a way that the victim will not co-operate to get the BM removed and those who try to remove the magic are harmed in turn.
This uncle married that woman. Then, nobody could foresee what terrible misfortune would befall on the family. This woman got BM done on every member of my uncle’s family including me. None of his nieces and nephews could get married despite being well educated, cultured, having good jobs and from a financially and socially good background. She blocked everyone’s marriage so that there would be no heirs and their property + ancestral property would go to her good-for-nothing son. My uncle died much earlier than anybody would have ever imagined – too much vashikaran had been done on him. Almost all the deaths in this family were because of BM although it looked like medical cases. This woman is still doing BM on us.
My mistake was in not believing my intuition which told me this years ago. I thought it cost a lot of money to do BM and who would want to waste their money this way. I learnt too late that it doesn’t cost so much to get BM done, but it costs a lot to get it removed.
It was my biggest desire to get married, but it did not happen. I got few but unsuitable proposals which I had to reject. Every time I tried hard to get married I’d get a serious illness and a lot of my time and energies would be spent in healing myself. It did not help that my 7th house is damaged. Now I am past the age where I can start a family and being an only child I face the possibility of living an uncertain, lonely old age. This woman has done such BM on our family that none of the family members including my cousins are close to each other. It’s been over 30 years, yet she has not got her due karma. She continues to do her wicked deeds.
After years of suffering, it was your posts that helped me deal with this negativity. This woman is doing BM on me every month since last several years. I get a particular type of dream whenever she does it. I am no longer afraid like I once was, thanks to you. What I hate is to be facing this situation constantly. My mind and energies have to be diverted towards dealing with this. I have asked some people but have not got a reference of any reliable tantrik. I don’t want to visit an unknown tantrik and fall into a bigger trap. Because most tantriks do BM on people who seek their help in order to get a regular source of income.
Since past few years I have not kept any contact with this woman. She lives in a different state. Unfortunately my dad built a house there years ago and she lives near this house and has set her eyes on this house, along with properties of other family members. What can be done to stop this BM permanently?
Please, please do reply.
Request the Devi or find a good practitioner to help u.
Dear Tejaswini ji,
Thanks. Over the years I have prayed a lot. Despite several attempts over the past years I have not been able to find a reliable practitioner. There are many advertisements found in the net, but I am not sure if they are genuine. I have been seeking someone who has had an experience with such a person and would recommend them. But I have not been able to find.
How to find a good practitioner?
best would be to go to your kuldevata temple and ask the temple Brahmin. they should be able to guide you on this.
i think genuine people would be more possible in smaller cities/ towns. if you live in a big city then the chances of a genuine practitioner is perhaps less.
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Dear Tejaswini ji,
Thank you very much for replying soon and for the suggestion. Unfortunately I live in a big city and my Kuldevata is in my native place. Not possible to go there in present circumstances. Few years back I did ask the temple priest near where I live. He said he knew a person but that person gave 50-50 results, there was no guarantee that person will give results. So I did not take that lead.
I have not been able to visit my Kuldevata because I am afraid to travel alone, there is no one to accompany me. At times like these I wish I were a man. My Kuldevata is located far from my home in native village. I pray to my Kuldevata regularly with deep shraddha and love, but have deliberately not told about this to any of my family members.
I did get pujas done for an ugra devata in a temple, but the results last hardly for 6 months. The money I spend on pujas is a lot lot more than the money spent doing BM on me.
Thank you. I am glad you wrote this post. BM is much more common than we think. Anyone with a fairly good amount of money and an evil, greedy mind, with no regard of accumulating bad karma can do BM. But most people don’t believe it. So it takes years and many difficulties to realise that what we are actually facing is BM, not just a bad time.
I have seen some large families shrink down to a very few people now. Even instances that there would be only one person of the same gotra alive. What happens when such family lineage doesn’t grow further? Can it be seen as a good sign that all of them have lived piously and have been elevated or can it be a bad sign?
End of family ie denial of where children. This is a curse. Not being allowed to continue the generation is the biggest punishment.
This happens because the ancestors did not accumulate enough merit, ie did so much paap tht their DNA cannot survive now. And the current generation person himself in his past lives did so much paap in his/her past lives that children are denied to him now.
When you do so much paap, act against your own conscience, create negative karma of such colossal levels, your DNA gets damaged in very subtle ways. It is not allowed to go forward in time.
Only way to restore the DNA is the mantra. We the followers of Sanatan Dharma have been saying this all through, but recently these so called ‘scientists’ have ‘discovered’ a correlation of DNA structure and mantra.
Look at what is happening to those who looted Bharat, Australia, Africa, N America, S America ie tortured enslaved and killed millions. Their DNA will most likely not survive this current century. It is over for them.
When you leave the body, you go to Pitrulok. But to go there and to remain there in comfort you need your descendants to give you tarpan, ie mantra energy.
If your descendants do not perform anteyshthi for you and not give you energy every year you cannot be there in comfort.
Similarly for them to survive in comfort in this Martya lok, the ancestors from the pitrulok have to support.
There are 1.2 billion Hindus as per record. Of these perhaps only 50% are actually following something of Sanatan Dharma. So of the 8 billion or so humans now, only 75 million humans are going to get some sort of Anteyshthi and tarpan. Ever wondered what happens to the rest?
When people say there is ‘negative energy’, has anyone wondered what this ‘negative energy’ really is?
If someone has lived a satvik life, then he will be blessed with auspicious children. Sadhunam suchinam gehe yogbhrashtobijayate. ie elevated souls who have to complete their Sadhana are searching for such families worthy of them, so that they can take birth there. And such families are progressively growing lesser and lesser now.
Every family must have one son and one daughter at least (medical reasons apart, but then in any case the chart will show damage). Kids of both sexes are necessary.
The son obviously for the Anteyshthi related stuff.
The daughter for a very beautiful reason. When you arrange her marriage as per Dharma and give her blessings, you get a very huge quantum of merit, punya. No other action can match this one act if done from the heart.
There is story of the marriage of Devi Parvati. Her mother could not bear to see Bhagwan Shankar in his terrifying form with Vibhuti, Naag, Vyghra charma, Rudraksh etc and could not give her daughter blessings from the heart. If she would have been able to give this, both Himalaya and Mainavati would have attained Moksh at that instant. This is the quantum of energy generated.
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What about families where there are daughter/s?
Can the husband of the daughter or their sons perform the rites for their maternal family?
Actually I have seen it is common in cites with nuclear families with single child.
this is the responsibility of the nearest male relative perform it. he is from the same gotra and closest blood link. (for married women this person will be from the gotra of her husband.)
but if this person is not available then the son in law or grandson from the daughter can perform it with full intention.
if there is no one at all is there then even an unrelated male can perform it.
this is wht happened during the corona crisis of the past year. the families would not touch the body and the shmashanpals did the anteyshti of all those.
the merit/punya of the Yajnya is then the Shmashanpal’s, and it is a very very big quantum.
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The Ganapati atharvashirsha, I am learning the stotra. Thank you, for a direction.
Mam, I just read the post ‘Remembering Past Lives’ I liked the line indicating, to develop mental, emotional and spiritual attributes rather focusing only on physical.
Mam, while I was reading through the post just got this thought, did you somehow, was connected in my past life! Well, thank you for mirroring ourselves, finally.
I remember you had written that women can cook food with shradha and sprinkle sesame seeds on the food with devotion, when offered to ancestors.
i have deleted your Q.
it is a shame that today people have not read the Ramayan and Mahabharat and talk of reviving Dharma.
Buy a copy from the Gita press publications. the set in Sanskrit translated into the language of your choice is sold for less money than what you spend at your party dinners. Also buy a copy of the 4 Veds (publisher yug nirman yojana vistar trust), its about rs 1100. but so so very priceless!
even if you never open them, seeing them on your bookshelf will trigger something for you.
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Sure make, i will take your advice.
Maam, I had done a lot of pitr sadhana a while back.
I had a dream at that time….a being from a sanctum of sorts came forward and called my name and asked for me….we were all standing in front of the sanctum in that dream…i went forward…he told everyone else to go to the back and said I was doing a good job and fed me something. all this in my native tongue.
I did not know what to make of it…so I prayed to my own guru and “offered” the dream to him.
I am just wondering…when one is initiated….is the kuladevata still relevant?
Kuladevata is important for grihasthas…but what happens in the sannyas order…meaning the sannyasis and their kula devata relationship? I am assuming they have to renounce the dna lineage of the kula also…if so, does that sannyasi require the blessings of the kuladevata and pitrs also? I have heard that the entire lineage benefits if one of their descendants becomes a genuine sannyasi.
yes as long as you are ‘alive’. this body you are living in and which you have got from your ancestors, is maintained by power of the kuldevata.
When you take vidhivat Sanyas or Sanyas-ashram formally you perform this one final act. your ‘household fire’ is extinguished by throwing it into running water. you break your links with your kuldevata, the society, your body, your relatives, wealth etc by this one final act. ie you have performed your own Anteyshthi.
This last action is immense but will try to explain.
We, followers of the Sanatan dharma, are required to keep the ‘household fire’ burning always. It can never be allowed to die down. It is the Agni used for performing the daily Agnihotra and the Aupasana homa and all the other activities like pujas, Sanskaras etc where Agni is needed. It is never allowed to be extinguished, ever. This same household Agni is taken to the Shmashan bhoomi for the Anteyshthi sanskar of a deceased family member’s body.
Eg Even when the Pandavs were in Vanvas they took their household Agni with them, kept it burning always. When they were to live one year in Ajnyatvas the Agni was sent to Draupad for maintaining it. After they decided to abdicate the kingdom and make Parikshit the king, they entered Sanyas ashram. They ‘took their household fire inside them’, ie they extinguished this all important household Agni, ie now they would not be required to do any pujas, sanskars, ie they were considered to be ‘physically dead’. They had no longer had any responsibilities to the world in any way nor did the world have anything to do with them. They were Sanyasi, ie the requirement of the Anteyshthi no longer existed and neither did its possibility as they had destroyed the household Agni itself with full intention. for all intents and purposes they had cremated the world and all their links to it, including the physical body. this final act cannot be explained so well in words only felt.
very rarely do people understand this intention of Sanyas, very rare people take this sort of Sanyas these days and also remain true to what they have done. if someone does it like this in your family then yes, the ancestors upto the 7th generation get the punya. the DNA link is strong only till this 7th generation. the mantras of his/her Sanyas trigger energy for them too.
so if you see any genuine Sanyasi do your sincere namaskar to him. He is not of this Martyalok.
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Such a beautiful reply. I felt Agni Devata’s blessings in this reply.
Psychics don’t tell who did black magic on the family. Why is it so, should we not know who to stay away from. Is it required to be hidden.
Thanks and Regards
maybe the ones you are referring to cannot.
but all the people whom i have seen in action can easily give the name of the person. and they do tell
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You said lord Varah carried Devi bhumi through the 7 lokas. From the lowest and most painful to the highest and most blissful. And then after that she became his wife. In marriage we take 7 round of the fire etc. I know you also said that marriage should be done only after matching the horoscopes.
I met a girl. Our horoscopes give us the bare minimum marks. 19. She does everything that I don’t like. Lies to me, Probably will cheat on me if not already done so. She likes the attention you see. Never got it as a kid.
But I like that she is spiritual and I like that about her. Listens to the Vishnu sahasranama. Advised me to meditate and I started after that. (Yes it’s a pity that my parents could not teach me all this ad that’s another thing I like about her that she introduced me to this). She says all she wants to do in life is meditate and lead a spiritual life (but her actions won’t allow her to do so as she is pursuing higher studies and bodily pleasures which means she will continue living in the Maya world for some time). So her words and actions don’t always align. I told her we should get therapy to resolve our issues and especially her childhood trauma and abuse issues but she says therapy doesn’t help and meditation is enough. But as of now I don’t think she is meditating regularly either.
But some times I feel like I can forgive every mistake she makes. It’s like I want to do that. But yet I am unable to and at times get angry at her. (Used to. We don’t talk anymore).
My astrologer told me that she has her rahu mahadasha going on. (Otherwise she has a Raj yog also in her chart). The rahu dasha just started. 16 more years left. Rahu is in its own nakshatra. Astrologer advised me to let her go. But he also said we have a past life connection. And my moon is conjunct her Venus and her sun. And I feel that. We both did. She and I both used to wonder at the strength of this attraction/bond. It was maddening.
Right now I have my sun/moon dasha going on. My astrologer said don’t get too emotional and do something stupid. Be careful for the next few months. Because my moon is in the 8th house.I suppose.
Also, Venus is retrograde right now. I feel like calling this girl everyday but I don’t. I control myself. It is really hard but I do. I almost feel depressed. I probably am right now.
Now my question is, sometimes I feel like this life time is a test. For us. For me. To see if I can put up with her. Her depression. (She is constantly on anti-depressants and says she can’t function without them). Her tantrums. Her loneliness. Her narcissism. Her other issues. Can I be with her at her darkest times. So that we can be together in the forever. Is this my time to put up with her abuse? Could that be the case? Because I do feel stifled and abused in her company. She will never understand what she is putting me through. She is a stone I feel sometimes.
I could write a lot else but I will stop here. I think this is enough. Sorry for the lengthy post.
i know 2 friends who have a series of lives behind them, all sorts of relations experienced with each other, ie mother-child, father-child, husband-wife, enemies, both killed each other, teacher-student, vaidya-patient, etc several times. one of them is more aware of these lives than the other. it comes in his dreams.
they can neither get well together nor can they get along without each other. it is like a yo-yo.
one of them went for counselling in the past year, and it helped him.
if you do some personal sadhana it will help maintain your personal balance.
and consult a good medical professional, it does help.
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Thank you so much for your reply ma’am. Yes it is exactly like a yo-yo. We couldn’t stay without each other or with each other. Her Saturn is conjunct my Rahu. My ketu is also conjunct her moon. Makes me want to nurture her. I feel an emotional indebtedness to her for some reason. Sometimes I feel like I was the dad that was never there for her (very long story there also) and so I need to be there for her now. But it is just so hard to do. She is so volatile. Infact after I started seeing a psychologist is when the problems really started. Psychologist asked me to stop talking to her for sometime. As soon as I did, she lost her composure and went and met other guys. A lot of them. She has her Saturn opposite moon. Wow talk about emotional stressors and abandonment issues. This also makes me wonder if it is my duty to be there for her? Was it me that caused all that pain to her in her past life? (I read your post on Saturn and moon) Hmmm. Otherwise she has a very strong chart. Thank you so much for your reply ma’am. I was wondering if you would. If you want to you can comment on these too. I’ll be grateful.
Can you point me to the articles in your blog which can introduce me to sadhana and grounding and bring balance to me. I really need it. Thank you so much once again.
if you feel that a psychologist will help you then you must go. if you are coming to terms with your emotions its good for you. first focus on getting yourself stablised only then can you help others.
or there are medical professionals who offer couple counselling. earlier we used to have a group of friends/family or the family Brahmin ie Pujari or Jyotishi to listen to our problems and help resolve them. today it is the counsellor.
personally i do not consider myself responsible for anything that happens to others. ie if someone is going to be in trouble and if i feel its my duty then i point out the danger and the options. but still if the person wants to go and fall in a ditch its nothing to do with me.
i answer to my conscience.
if your conscience says that you were responsible then you were. but if your conscience says that you were not, then you were not responsible.
but it was the past, it is over. you cannot do anything about it.
focus on the present. you feel upset coz your mind wanders around. control your mind and that can happen only with the Mantra.
use the index page or the search bar for the posts you wish to read.
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I purchased ‘ Srimad Ramayana’ from Gita press publications today. I am strting to read. Thank you for the guidance.
Shri Ram never went to Gaya.
if you want to quote something supposedly from the Ithihas, first read the text.
https://www.valmikiramayan.net/ is a good online site for those who do not want to spend even that tiny amount of money.
earlier, Satya yug, women too used to have the Yajnopavit sanskar, take up the Gayatri puja, ie Sandhya vandanam. but as the yugs changed and deterioration started, women stopped now even majority of the men have stopped doing Sandhyavandanam.
out of the 8 billion humans today i think max 10million might be doing it at some level. our bhu lok survives coz these men.
those women who wore the Yajnopavit could do tarpan.
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Thank you mam, i made a mistake of referring by what was shown on TV. I should have checked the authenticity before approaching you. I will take care of it in future.
I completed first adhyaya on the significance of the it’s reading.
Thank you for the direction.
What can be done during the 5 days of menstruation phase, when a woman should not do any puja, if she is the only one who does puja in the house?
The other family members are small kids and husband is away for work.
wht you decide to do is your choice
Thank you Ma’am
I have been following the daily puja, some cleansing but I notice during those 5 days, the energy of the house comes down, like kids fall sick or some thing etc that’s why the question.
Thank you Ma’am
if your kid is older than 6yrs old then he/she can do some minimum puja.
Personally i do not do pujas even if i am home alone. i keep an himalayan salt lamp on always and reeds dipped in essential oils for diffusion in the puja ghar.
Obviously energy of the others will go down, you are still cooking for them arent you.
they should recite ‘OM aham vaishvanaro bhutva praninaam deham-ashritah
praanh-apaanah-samayuktah pachami annam chaturvidam OM’ over their food.
tht will resolve the issue.
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Thank you so much
Many thanks for this very useful post🙏🏻♥️ I have heard about such incidents either from friends or family members. Since last few years such incidents have increased, with girls being mainly targeted and it comes in news as well. I think people who don’t have a strong spiritual foundation fall prey to unscrupulous people easily.
Coincidentally, I read about Varahi Devi few months back. I was not seeking information about Her, but still came across some info on Her. And now there is your lovely post on Her🙏🏻 Sometimes I wonder if Gods and Goddesses seek us like we seek them!
Unfortunately, temples of Varahi Devi are not very common. I personally love ugra devatas but find that there are fewer temples dedicated to them. You mentioned doing Varahi Devi puja/ homa. Will the puja make the culprit permanently stop doing black magic on the victim? Or the puja has to be done again after the first time? For how long do the effects of this puja/ homa last?
Lots of love and gratitude
there are several, find the one nearest to you. also it depends on the deity, if she wants to call you she will.
till then keep on requesting her help in your heart.
its the same concept like a mother who picks up the child who is crying for her the most.
if you do the puja it will remove everything till then, plus the Brahmin will give you something from the puja, a flower or akshat or vibhuti etc. to keep in your puja ghar.
this item will protect you as long as it is not touched by a woman who is in her 5 day period.
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Thanks a lot, you have answered my queries and cleared my doubts🙏🏻🙂
Lots of love and gratitude
I just wanted to share an experience. I humblyrequest you to read and delete the part below.
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My query madam is , Do I have anything to feel worried about and can I do something or should I do something?
Sincere regards and thanks Madam.
these requests to delete parts of comments are getting too many now.
i cannot keep on doing this. now onwards no more of this.
i have already said somewhere that anything as a part of a puja etc inside the Devalaya, ie within the Kshetra of the deity is fine.
With such a fierce deity watching over you as you do your puja why should you doubt anything? anything that happens is his His will.
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Thanks so much Madam. I am really grateful, and my sincere apologies for the inconvenience Madam, I will sincerely not post any “please delete this part ” type queries in the future. I present my sincere apologies once again.
Thanks so much Madam.
Sincere regards and sincere gratitude Madam,
not specifically for you, just that several questions with this delete part.
it takes 2 steps more to do this specific delete from within the posted comment.
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Non-duality vs Maya. non-judgement vs judgement.
I am so blessed to read your blog. This article though hit home.. My horoscope was shown to an astrologer and they without analyzing told us there is some black magic being done on me. Mostly to humiliate me or because I rejected someone. They told me to do a puja at Panniyur Sri Varahamurthy Temple. It was a beautiful place and I loved the energy there. The murthi is very old and is very well preserved. I am from the south, so we went and did our puja.
My question is if these avatars are similar in energy. They definitely sound the same, Sri Varaha and Devi Varahi .. but I don’t want to be assuming. Also, I read in another blog where two sides of the energies must be prayed to, like shiva and Parvati together.. so shall I do pujas in both places? (or am I confusing myself?) 🙂
Har Har Mahadev
I wrote a post and also in some comment. Fr the Tri gun only. Wife is the fuse husband is the bomb. Together is best balance.
Only wife – fast results which dissipate faster
Only husband- huge results but very slow to attain.