This Sadhna is to be directed only against a person who is “intentionally” out to cause you harm. It is not to be used against someone who just happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and is unintentionally standing in the way of your happiness.
There is nothing worse than knowing someone is out to harm you or destroy you.
Even if they are not outwardly threatening you with physical harm, their motives and actions could cause rapid deterioration of your emotional and mental well being, possibly resulting in a meltdown of your physical health.
If this is happening to you, and if you are not doing anything about it, this situation could cause untold havoc in your life and have dramatic long term repercussions. We recommend you take strong action at once!
The first thing you should do!
Decide once and for all if this person is truly your enemy. If so, they should be treated as such.
Remember, you are in their line of fire and you must take immediate and definitive action to counter their evil efforts. If you feel their negative vibrations and you know in your heart they wish you harm, then bad karma and bad luck will continue to plague you.
This must be stopped at once!
Don’t let this situation deteriorate any further. Their wrath toward you could be the reason that a dark cloud seems to be hovering over you in every aspect of your life, in everything you do, everywhere you go.
It is time to fight back!
It is important for you to understand you can do something about it, and you shouldn’t put it off any longer.
The process of Dhoomavati Sadhna is a time consuming, laborious process, so please request this only if your situation is nearing desperation.
Shakti(Sanskrit) "Power, energy, " from the root shak, "to be able." The active power or manifest energy of Shiva that pervades all of existence. Its most refined aspect is ParaShakti, or Satchidananda, the pure consciousness and primal substratum of all form.
This pristine, divine energy unfolds as icha Shakti (the power of desire, will, love), kriya Shakti (the power of action) and jnana Shakti (the power of wisdom, knowing), represented as the three prongs of Shiva's trishula, or trident. From these arise the five powers of revealment, concealment, dissolution, preservation and creation.
In Shaiva Siddhanta, Shiva is All, and His divine energy, Shakti, is inseparable from Him. This unity is symbolized in the image of Ardhanarishvara, "half-female God."
In popular, Shakti is represented as female, and Shiva as male. In Hindu temples, art and mythology, they are everywhere seen as the divine couple.
This depiction has its source in the folk-narrative sections of the Puranas, where it is given elaborate expression. Shakti is personified in many forms as the consorts of the Gods. For example, the Goddesses Parvati, Lakshmi and Sarasvati are the respective mythological consorts of Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma. Philosophically, however, the caution is always made that God and God's energy are One, and the metaphor of the inseparable divine couple serves only to illustrate this Oneness.
Within the Shakta religion, the worship of the Goddess is paramount, in Her many fierce and benign forms. Shakti is the Divine Mother of manifest creation, visualized as a female form, and Shiva is specifically the Unmanifest Absolute. The fierce or black (asita) forms of the Goddess include Kali, Durga, Chandi, Chamundi, Bhadrakali and Bhairavi. The benign or white (sita) forms include Uma, Gauri, Ambika, Parvati, Maheshvari, Lalita and Annapurna. As Rajarajeshvari ("divine queen of kings"). She is the presiding Deity of the Sri Chakra Yantra. She is also worshiped as the ten Mahavidyas, manifestations of the highest knowledge - Kali, Tara, Shodashi, Bhuvaneshvari, Chinnamasta, Bhairavi, Dhumavati, Bagata, Matangi and Kamala. While some Shaktas view these as individual beings, most revere them as manifestations of the singular Devi.
In the Yoga mysticism of all traditions, divine energy, Shakti, is experienced within the human body in three aspects:
1) the feminine force, ida Shakti,
2) the masculine force, pingala Shakti, and
3) the pure androgynous force, kundalini Shakti, that flows through the sushumna nadi. Shakti is most easily experienced by devotees as the sublime, bliss-inspiring energy that emanates from a holy person or sanctified Hindu temple.
"I heard my name being called. As I turned I saw a sadhu approaching me. ' You have been threatened', he said. Before I could reply he continued 'There are hidden enemies who wornt hesitate to kill. Come here tomorrow night.' I returned to the place the next night to fine the Sadhu seated before a fire. He asked me to join him and for the next two hours he accomplished some ritual. After the Mantra recital he told me that the Goddess Dhoomavati would now protect me.
The very next day two men armed with guns rushed into my office. However as soon as they faced me terror swam over their facial features and to my surprise, they turned and ran as if for their lives.
Amazed, I went in search of the sadhu and related the event to him. 'Ma sure terrified them', he said laughing boisterously . Then he added - ' My work is done. Thank your Gurudev for sending me here !, with this he disappeared, leaving me all the more bewildered. I sure had a Guru and he had helped me several times but this time he had saved me from sure death.
These are the words of one of Gurudev's disciples, who got a chance to witness the power of Goddess Dhoomavati who is a terror for one enemies. Even ghosts and evil spirits dare not touch her Sadhak. She drives away all painful influences like diseases and illnesses. The gaze of the Sadhak become so powerful that even the staunchest enemy quails in his presence. The Goddess protects her Sadhak throughout life from the worst of calamities.
Dhumavati is the smoky form of Shakti. She is also known as the eternal widow, the Shakti without Shiva. She is ugly and also called Alakshmi, the one who is without Laxmi or radiance.
Dhumavati is the Divine Goddess at the time of the deluge, when the Earth is under water. While being ugly and fearsome, she is blessing with her right hand those who can still see the Divine Mother in her. The black crow on her flag is the symbol of dark forces and black magic.
The Sadhana of this Mahavidya can be done on any moonless night after 10 p.m take a bath, wear black robes and sit alone in a room facing south on a black worship mat. Before yourself place a wooden seat coverd with a black cloth. In a steel plate place Dhoomavati Yantra. On one side place the picture of the Goddess. Next it in another plate place Yantra and Dhoomavati Mala.
Take some mustard seeds and throwing them in all directions chant thus -
Om Apsarpantu Ye Bhootaah Ye Bhootaah Bhoomi Sansthitaah. Ye Bhootaa Vignakartaaraste Nashyantu Shivaagyaa. Apkraamantu Pishaachaah Sarvato Disham. Sarveshaam - virodhen Poojaakarma Samaarabhe.
Offer vermilion, rice grains, flowers, incense, ghee lamp and some sweet on the picture of Guru. Bathe the Yantra with fresh water and wipe it dry. Make a mark with Kaajal on it. Light an oil lamp and incense. Offer sweets and fruit on the Yantra. Chant 4 rounds of Guru Mantra and then 21 rounds of the following Mantra with Dhoomavati Mala.
Dhoom Dhoom Dhoomavati Tthah Tthah
After the Sadhana don't sleep that night. Sit in meditation. Next morning chant one round of the Mantra and then go and throw the Yantra in a river. Thereafter chant one round of the Mantra daily for 45 days. After 3 months throw the rosary and Vajra Dand too in a river.
The upasana of Dhumavai Devi is made during the night. The place for upasana is cemetry, where Sadhaka should perform puja with naked body except undergarments or it should be a lonely place.
Dhumavati Devi is not commonly known. She has fat body, eyes are fierce, wears dirty clothes, has dry hairs. Due to old age has bend in her spinal chord. A Sadhak is to perform one lac japa on the 14th day of lunar phase during Krishna Prakash (During Nights) in solitude, or in the cremation ground or in the forest by observing fast and remaining silent the whole day and night. Dhumvati Yantra is used for all round success and spiritual uplift and be written on Bhooj Patra with Ashat Gand or on silver or gold plate.
Represents: Goddess Dhumavati Purpose: for all round success and spiritual upliftment
Dhumavati Mantra: Dhoom Dhoom Dhoomavati Thah Thah