3 Ways the Prosperity Goddess Connects with You Through Turmeric

 

In India, Turmeric has been hailed for centuries as an herb that carries the Divine Mother’s fertility and wealth-bestowing powers. 


It has been used in ceremonies invoking Lakshmi the Wealth Goddess and Ganesha the Obstacle Remover. 


During traditional Indian weddings, it is still common for the bride and groom to apply Turmeric to the 3rd Eye points on each other’s foreheads. In other types of ceremonies, participants also mark the 3rd Eye point with Turmeric. 


Many yogis will say that Turmeric is an all-around chakra purifier. They will also say it lifts moods and calms the mind. 


In the west, Turmeric is widely used as a spice and as a valuable source of antioxidants called curcuminoids. The number of clinical studies demonstrating Turmeric’s health benefits is enormous. Because of this, Turmeric’s popularity in the west has surged in recent years. 

How the Prosperity Goddess Works through Turmeric 

In light of the above, Nambu Botanicals created Shreem Brzee Formula

This is a standardized Turmeric extract that optimizes the antioxidant capacity of Turmeric. Standardization ensures that you know how much of the antioxidants you are getting. 

The formula was named after the Shreem Brzee wealth mantra that was revealed to Dr. Pillai. 

The Goddess of Turmeric is Lakshmi. She is the Goddess of fertility and prosperity. The Shreem Brzee mantra connects you with Lakshmi and calls on her to dissolve poverty consciousness and bestow wealth. 

3 Ways to Connect with the Turmeric Goddess 

1. Chant Shreem Brzee or Immerse Yourself in its Vibrations

The simplest way to connect with Lakshmi is to chant Shreem Brzee. You want to do this regularly to establish it as a positive habit. Persistence and momentum are what truly empowers the mantra on the chanter’s end. 

You don’t have to chant it out loud. You can do it silently. You can also play a recording of the chant while you chant along, work, sleep, or do your daily tasks.

Ancient Ayurveda and Siddha Medicine practitioners used special mantras when growing, curing, preparing, dispensing, and taking herbs. While doing so, they honored the God or Goddess they believed lived inside the herb and gave it its power. 

Dr. Pillai created Nambu Botanicals to follow in their footsteps and bring these practices to life again. 

2. Use the Mantra with the Herb

Here’s what a Nambu customer, Rose R, does with Shreem Brzee Formula:

“I chant and also listen to Dr. PIlliai's chant. I feel this empowerment body, mind, and soul.”

If you need more formal instructions, try this:

  1. Hold 1 or 2 capsules in your hand while focusing on your Navel Chakra, or the area between your belly button and your solar plexus. 

  2. Say the sound, Shreem Brzee, a few times while visualizing it going into the Navel Chakra. 

  3. Take the capsules with water. 

  4. For extra benefit: Say out loud or quietly, the sound Shreem Brzee for 5 mins. 

3. Honor Lakshmi with a Turmeric Smoothie

1 cup mango

1 tablespoon coconut oil or avocado oil

½ banana

½ teaspoon cinnamon

½ inch slice of fresh Turmeric OR 1 teaspoon powdered Turmeric OR 1 capsule Shreem Brzee Turmeric (remove from capsule first)

Throw your mix in a blender. Chant Shreem Brzee while mixing, blending, and enjoying. Know that Goddess Lakshmi is entering you and permeating your body as you enjoy your smoothie. 

Note that adding coconut or avocado oil is not just for flavor. Adding fats increases the bioavailability of the antioxidants in Turmeric.