“Some thoughts have locked you in for lifetimes. The limitations all begin in your throat. This is where spirit meets matter. Karma is held here. The concept of time and space is located in your throat. Focus on your throat with karma busting sound: THIRU NEELA KANTAM”
~ Dr. Pillai

(Phonetics: Tearoo knee lah caan taam)

Interesting how Immanuel Kant is in the karma busting mantra!  Watch this youtube video and learn the basic similarities to Kantian philosophy and the philosophy of karma.

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I started reading the book by Dan Brown The Lost Symbols.

The author uses a  quote used from Noetic science writer Lynne McTaggart:

“Living Consciousness somehow is the influence that turns the possibility of something into something real.

The most essential ingredient in creating our universe is the consciousness that observes it.”

Intention is a learned skill.  Harnessing the true power of thought requires practice!

That is like practicing the sounds for karma busting Thiru Neela Kantam. The more one practices, and repeats, the more power will be generated to BUST the karma.  It takes repetition/practice/ and lots of intention toward the desired outcome.

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Lynne McTaggart Speaks

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From the Album Dancing with Siva by Dattatriya Siva Baba
Thiru Neela Kantam Chant

You can diffuse your karma, or “bust” our karma by using the karma-busting mantra Thiru Neela Kantam (pronounced Tee Ru- Nee-La Kan-Tam).  This mantra is used to diffuse the subte psychic vibrations of karma that reside in the throat. Every day when you rise in the morning, chant the mantra silently or out loud for three minutes.  Do this every day and you will begin the process of changing your life for the better. By using the sound Thiru Neela Kantam, either in meditation or listening to the sounds in the chant, you will be creating a very powerful environment within your own consciousness.

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This morning I listened to a tele-seminar with the “Youtube” guru Dattatriya Siva Baba. He said that karma is a way of thinking; rather, a predilection or obsession with a way of thinking. It made so much sense. Whatever we were obsessed with ‘then’, we are obsessed with now. We become what we think and karma is a way of thinking. Poverty is a mindset, as is wealth consciousness, teacher mindset, baker mindset, farmer, scientist, or playboy mindset.

In order to change our karma, to change our life, we must change our thought process. This can be done with the use of sounds or mantras (which are sound waves)discovered by yogis deep in meditation. Manifesting cannot really be done until our present karmas are cleaned up. Only then can we think of prosperity and enlightenment.

The mantra to ‘bust’ karma is “Thiru Neela Kantam”
(tear oo knee la can tum)
Let this mantra, these sounds, repeat in your mind all day. Fill your consciousness with the sound making no room for the thoughts that you were obsessed with.