This is a mantra for abundance. Shreem is the sound for abundance with the goddess Lakshmi. Swaha is the divine feminine representing receiving. Gum removes obstacles.
The Sanskrit language is based on energy rather than meaning so each word carries a specific vibration making it more powerful as it vibrates from the body… what you project you will receive.
Abundance does not only relate to money… It also relates to happiness, relationships, success & clarity.
In Ancient Hindu practices, an affirmation, or Mantra in Sanskrit, is repeated at least 108 times daily & prayer or mala beads are often used to keep count.
Affirmations or mantras are a great way to set our intention. A set of positive words or phrases are repeated out loud, to yourself, or written down & the more often the affirmation is repeated, over time, the subconscious mind is programmed to believe it.
The subconscious mind has no filter so if you repeat, for example, “I attract abundance in all areas of my life,” it will take it as the truth & you will begin to attract abundance.
There are many Youtube videos of people chanting mantras so you can check out what they sound like. You can repeat them as often as you like; maybe before meditating, while walking the dog – any time
The endless or eternal knot in the centre of the design is an ancient symbol representing the interweaving of spirituality, wisdom & compassion. Since it has no beginning or no end it represents timelessness & omnipresence.
I also have a necklace with the same mantra which you can see here