Sun Pooja—Be the Leader!
Why Sun Pooja?
Are you one among those who yearn to be the leader of anything and everything you involve yourself in? Do you always desire or all round success? Then it’s high time to get your connections working fine with the Sun God.
Power and authority comes into your reach when you are bestowed by the Sun himself! When you are deprived off leadership and being constantly opposed by enemies, diseases etc; it is the Sun God who can settle down things on your favour!
Who is the Sun God?
The Sun God or Surya is the benefactor of your life, who determines WHO YOU ARE now! In a nutshell, he is every leader’s mantra or magician—Sun is the ruler of the astrological jargon who rules your active and subconscious mind.
Benefits and Significance
He works in a unique energy pattern in the world of planets by exhibiting the most powerful vibration over the beings that are dependent on him. He is the psychological bias who dominates your deeds and words. Therefore, if you are what you are now, it is just the position of Sun in your Birth Chart.
If you have a well placed Sun in your Natal Chart, you will be one among those who rule; whereas, if you are one among those who have a “not very prominent” placement of Sun, it’s high time you learn the secret to appease him!
In Medical astrology, it is the Sun who rules your brain!
Lead the Leader
You must know that any positive supreme power can be invoked to your help in the right way. One suh powerful and accurate way is performing a Pooja. Poojas are not conducted as and when you prefer for it; they have many factors that rule them to prove most beneficial to you—the right time, place and even the Hora/divine time counts in this.
By invoking the Sun God with the help of right experts—you can definitely lead the leaders!
Assistance from Vedic Folks
We at Vedic Folks are proud to be possessing the most authoritative experts who have the knowledge and ease to invoke these powerful radiations of the Sun into you and make you shine with excellence!
Surya Pooja Mantra (The specified Mantra is to be recited for 108 times as a standard rule; however, changes if any will be mentioned by the priest at the time of the Homa)
“Om hram hreem hroum sah suryaya namah”