The Power of Prayer
Prayer/प्रार्थना: It has been said that one of the worst things that can happen to you is that you are successful before you are ready to be successful. The music business is littered with individuals whose lives have been wrecked (or, worse still, ended prematurely) because they found success through remarkable talent, but their character was unable to cope with the effects of the stardom. So as we pray that we would be successful, we ask that our character, and the talents that God has instilled in us, both mature and grow together so that we are able to fully enjoy success when it arrives, and not be crushed by it(Prayer). Success as the bible defines it is not necessarily fame or riches. Rather, it is when we are fully alive, when we are reaching and achieving the potential that God has created us for. Lower down on this page is a general prayer for success, as well as prayers for success in exams and business, and some verses from the old and new testaments on success.
Prayer or worship is considered to be an integral part of the Hindu religion(Prayer). The chanting of mantras is the most popular form of worship in Hinduism. Yoga and meditation are also considered as a form of devotional service towards the Lord.
The Hindu devotional Bhakti movements emphasize repetitive prayer. Stemming from the universal Soul or Brahman, prayer is focused on the personal forms of God, such as Shiva, Vishnu, or Vishnu’s Avatars, Rama and Krishna.
At Astro Mantra the prayers are given much emphasis because it gives not only success but mental satisfaction too. We have mentioned in Sadhana, Artiyaan, Kavach, Stotra, Chalisa, Stutiyan, Ashtakam and Sahasranaam to achieve the success and a divine feeling which remains with the Sadhak for a long time.