The Kleem mantra (spelled Klim) has been discussed in this forum before. Basically, people (men specifically) are using this mantra to attract women or love into their life. However, there is much much more to this bija mantra.
For example, worship this syllable enough, and Krishna can grant you emancipation from the cycle of rebirth.
Below is an excerpt from David Frawley's new book, "Mantra Yoga and the Primal Sound":
The "Kleem" mantra ALWAYS works for me!! even though I'm a female I use it to attract my husbands attention when we've we "had words" it really does work!! BUT u must be calm & under control for it to work... I think its one of the mantra's "Dattatreya Siva Baba" encourages to use for friendship & relationships?! x x x x
Hi i need to attract love in my friendship. Please help
Klim can be used by both men and women... it is a universal bija mantra to grant our soul's true desires and wishes. Like David Frawley says in his book,
I also like to add that for a bija syllable like KLIM, one should chant it as often as possible to see results. 108 times a day is more suited for longer mantras like the Gayatri Mantra.
Of course, if you feel discomfort, cease chanting immediately!
I would like to know exactly what you are supposed to do too??
Anymore info please guys? :)
Hi, thanks for the info on this mantra. It's so funny bc I had just been researching different types of seed mantras bc I find it easier to keep repeating shorter mantras rather than longer ones. I had a few more questions that you may be able to answer?
1) since it promotes kapha from a ayurvedic standpoint, does that mean that if repeated too much it could attract colds/stuffy nose and weight gain/edema, since those are usually due to kapha imbalances?
2) Is mental repetition just as effective as chanting?
3) All the websites that have info on it say that it can be used to attract what what you're thinking about in terms of money and material objects, bc I think in hinduism matter, including people are seen as being manifested from the shakti which is feminine in nature? as opposed to the unmanifested world which is masculine? I could be totally wrong, just trying to summarize what I think i've learned from some sources. Has any one ever been able to use the word KLIM/KLEEM to bring into their lives what they want or desire?
Thanks in advance!