I do daily jaap of lord ganesha for removing the hudles which my child is facing. My query is can I continue to do the jaap in my daily in my daily routine even during my menstrual cycle? Will it be wrong or unethical? Also tell me the correct way to do the jaap? Can you also suggest a mantra which can help in curing my child's hearing problem.
Om! We worship Lord Shiva (The 3-Eyed One) who is full of fragrance and who nourishes all beings; may He liberate me from death, bestow salvation and (lead me) towards Eternity (Make me immortal) just as the ripe cucumber is severed (from the creeper) of its bondage.
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Treating Hearing Loss - Strong Health you can pray god anytime you want.with regard to your child,take necessary steps to consult a Doctor to correct it.With God's grace,he will hear soon.visit the below page.it will be helpful.
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hi ekta, there is no correct way to do jaap but it is u r complete concentration and belief with which u have to do the jaap. there should be no disturbance while doing the same. sit at one place a jaap mala which has got 108 beads and start reciting the name of the god whom u believe. do not do when u have periods. kindly show u r kid to the doctor, i am sure he/she will be fine. best wishes and May God be with u. take care
u are doing jaap daily its very good,yes in my opnion u can coninue jaap during your menstrual cycle its all GOD given us,jaap can help u watch your breath in healing and exhaling but with this u must go to the E N T specialist dr for the child's checkup.
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