A Mantra (मंत्र / Sanskrit: मन्त्र) is a sacred utterance,
a numinous sound, a syllable, word or phonemes, or group of words in Sanskrit (संस्कृत) believed by practitioners
to have psychological and/or spiritual powers.
A Mantra (मंत्र) may or may not have a syntactic structure or literal meaning.
The "Tear" (आँसू) is suspended by the Soli Dharma (सोली धर्म) silky ribbons that are bonding behind the neck, ending in beads of beading, which repel any negative energy.
The Soli Dharma Svargiy
Ansoo Shukra Mantra (सोली
धर्म स्वर्गीय आँसू शुक्र मंत्र) carries a Mantra (मंत्र) for Shukra (शुक्र,
In Tibet, the monks chant this particular Shukra Mantra (शुक्र मंत्र) each Shukravara (शुक्रवार/ Friday), calling for the favour of Shukra (शुक्र, Venus) and urging those who are in emotional pursuits or face relationship issues, to do the same.
In addition, they believe that it has the same beneficial properties, even when it is written on a clean paper.
In case that it could not be read by someone, the monks suggest as an alternative practice, to be copied on a plain clean paper and be stored until next Friday, when it will be replaced with a new one, burning the old.
The "Tear" (आँसू) of Soli Dharma Svargiy Ansoo Shukra Mantra (सोली धर्म स्वर्गीय आँसू शुक्र मंत्र) contains a small paper that has been cleaned of every energy and carries written the specific Shukra Mantra (शुक्र मंत्र).
Unlike the others, this does not need to be renewed, since its beneficial properties are not decreased, but becoming stronger by the harmonization of the energy of Mantra (मंत्र) with your own energy.
- Shukra (शुक्र / Venus) is the planet of love, sensuality, interpersonal relations and money.
It symbolizes the beauty and harmony of the "Aperanto" (Απέραντο, Immense).
It gives birth to the human soul, the "Eros" (Έρως, Love) for its unification with the "Olon" (Όλον, Whole) - its place of origin and destination.
In Buddhist and Hindu astrology (ज्योतिष, Jyotiṣa or Jyotisha / ज्योतिश्या, Jyotishya), Shukra (शुक्र / Venus) is one of the nine planets, and signifies love, creativity, procreation, luxury and arts.
Shukra (शुक्र / Venus) belongs to Navagrahas (नवग्रह, 9 Astral Bodies or 9 Realms or 9 planets in Hindu and Vedic Astrology / 9 Mythical Deities of Hinduism) and symbolizes harmony and enjoyment.
- The weekday Shukravara (शुक्रवार) in Hindu Calendar, or Friday, has roots in Shukra (शुक्र / Venus).
Shukravara (शुक्रवार) is found in most Indian languages, and Shukra Graha (शुक्र ग्राहा) is driven by the planet Venus in Hindu Astrology (ज्योतिष, Jyotiṣa or Jyotisha / ज्योतिश्या, Jyotishya).
The word "Friday" in the Greco-Roman and other Indo-European Calendars is also based on the planet Venus.