How to Worship Vishnu
Vishnu, one of the three in the triune Hindu Godhead (Brahman, Shiva and Vishnu), is worshiped as the Supreme God, as his consort, Lakshmi and as any of his nine avatars. There are many forms of Vishnu worship, including Sudarshan Prayog, a form Puja to Vishnu.
Perform Sudarshan Prayog, a Puja ritual that grants invincible protection against enemies and evil.
Bathe before initiating Sudarshan Prayog on a Friday night after 11:00.
Sit on a white mat facing east. Wear immaculate white clothing. Cover a wooden bench or seat with a spotless white cloth. Place a small mound of uncooked white rice on the cloth.
Place a Sudarshan Yantra on the mound of rice. A Yantra is a talisman that offers various types of protection. In this case, the Sudarshan Yantra is inscribed with the discus of Vishnu. The devotee visualizes herself in the center of the pattern, protected from all evil. The mantra for this Yantra is "Om Namo Narayanaya Namah."
Place to the right of the Yantra a Sudarshan Tarang Gutika (a small ball of protection). Offer vermilion, white flowers; rice grains, incense and a ghee lamp in front of the Yantra.
Chant eleven rounds of "Aum Sudarshan Chakraay Mam Sarv Kaarya Vijayam Dehi Dehi Aum Hum Phat," using a rosary.
Repeat Sudarshan Prayog for eleven days, during which you must observe celibacy. At the end of the Puja, you will experience a dynamic change of personality and appearance. You will outwit your enemies.