Sri Prathyangira Devi Sarvartha Kavacham

Thursday, March 29, 2018

śrī pratyaṅgirā sarvārtha sādhaka kavacaṃ

श्री प्रत्यङ्गिरा सर्वार्थ साधक कवचम्

It is a common pursuit of mankind, to find success in all undertakings to lead a good life. Based on one’s karma, usually the inherited karma from past lives, one can find things coming on a platter or just the opposite, that is, nothing seems to work, irrespective of how hard we try and achieve our goals. Seeking divine assistance through rituals, talismans and other blessings from priests also don’t seem to help in many cases.

There are also situations in some cases, where one can face a grave threat to one’s life, suffering from chronic diseases or facing imminent danger from powerful sources. If all other means of addressing the threats fail, then one tends to look towards mantra japa or sadhana.

There are many sādhanas to address the common problems that affect mankind. Usually, one starts with the Vedic mantras, ślokas, sahasranāmas etc, before trying out the mantra japa of popular deities.

Śrī Vidya sādhana is considered supreme, amongst all sādhanas. Embedded deep within the śrī Vidya sādhana, is the sādhana related to śrī pratyaṅgirā, who’s the most ferocious manifestation and aspect of śrī māta. She falls under the ugra (ferocious) devatā category, just like Kāli, Vārahi and the mahāvidyas etc. Pratyagirā Devi is a manifestation of the Supreme Parabrahma Svarūpini Lalita Devi who is the Śiva-śakty-aikya-rūpiṇī (Lalitha Sahasranama 999). Śrī Pratyangirā Devi has the head of a male lion and body of a woman, depicting the union of Śiva and Śakti. Śrī Pratyangirā Devi, is also called as Narasimhika, interpreting that she is the feminine energy form or the power of Lord Narasimha, the lion headed avatār of Lord Viṣṇu.

Sādhana of ugra devatās falls under the tantra category and is generally recommended only for advanced upasakas or devotees. For most worldly desires, the general pantheon of gods and goddess sādhanas are sufficient. Only when things get out of hand and when faced with grave threat and imminent danger, should one consider the ugra devatā sādhanas.

 It is written that the mere laughter of śrī pratyaṅgirā can align the stars and galaxies. Such is Her power and invoking Her grace, is to utilize tremendous force against enemies for protecting one’s own life or that of close family and friends from near death situations, deep debt, very chronic diseases, unfair competition and huge business losses forcing closure or bankruptcy etc.

śrī pratyaṅgirā is seen as an aspect of śrī bhadra kāli, as well as siddha lakṣmi. She is therefore a combination of abundant wealth as well as humungous strength and force to overcome any challenges.

The word ‘artha’ in Sanskrit, refers to acquiring all the means to satisfy one’s worldly pursuits. This includes health, wealth, education, status and power in society, as well as recognition. The word ‘sarva’ in Sanskrit refers to ‘all encompassing’ or ‘everything’. Sarvārtha, therefore indicates accomplishment of all worldly desires and pursuits. The word ‘nāma’ means ‘name’ and ‘kavacaṃ’ refers to armour or shield.

The śrī pratyaṅgirā sarvārtha nāma sādhaka kavacaṃ is one special prayer for accomplishing all worldly desires and obtaining abundant wealth, both material and spiritual. It is also a prayer to destroy all enemies, external and internal. The internal enemies refer to health issues, as well as psychological fears and distracting thoughts, extremely bad and debilitating karmas obstructing progress and any other issues that impair our ability to succeed in life.

Those who are already in the path of śrī Vidya, may consider invoking this kavacaṃ as needed. It is usually suggested to get initiated prior to reciting such powerful stotras. But one can also pray very sincerely to the divine mother to seek Her grace and recite the kavacaṃ. The power and results may vary based on One’s karma, as well as dedication and effort in recitation. Rest assured, this is one of the most powerful prayers that have originated from the tantras and can produce amazing results, when recited sincerely over a reasonable period of time.

Devyuvāca ( देव्युवाच )

bhagavan sarvadharmajña, sarvaśāstrārthapāraga।

devyāḥ pratyaṅgirāyāśca kavacaṃ, yat prakāśitam॥1॥

 

भगवन् सर्वधर्मज्ञ सर्वशास्त्रार्थपारग।

देव्याः प्रत्यङ्गिरायाश्च कवचं यत् प्रकाशितम्॥१॥

Śrī Devi speaks:- Oh Lord! Savior of the Universe, upholder of all laws and divinity personified! The most knowledgeable, accomplished and all powerful One! Oh Bhairava, My dear Lord! What is the all fetching and most fulfilling kavacaṃ of śrī pratyaṅgirā devi, that you have created for the benefit of the universe?

sarvārthasādhanaṃ nāma kathayasva, mayi prabho

सर्वार्थसाधनं नाम कथयस्व मयि प्रभो।

Oh my dear Lord Bhairava! May I please be blessed with the secrets of this all accomplishing kavacaṃ?        

Bhairava uvāca ( भैरव उवाच )

śṛṇu devi pravakṣyāmi, kavacaṃ paramādbhutam2

शृणु देवि प्रवक्ष्यामि कवचं परमाद्भुतम्॥२॥

Śrī Bhairava speaks:-  My dear devi! Please listen attentively, I’ll reveal the most wondrous, very effective and all accomplishing kavacaṃ of Śrī pratyaṅgirā!

sarvārthasādhanaṃ nāma, trailokye cā'tidurlabham

sarvasiddhimayaṃ devi, sarvaiśvarya pradāyakam3

सर्वार्थसाधनं नाम त्रैलोक्ये चाऽतिदुर्लभम्।

सर्वसिद्धिमयं देवि सर्वैश्वर्य प्रदायकम्॥३॥

This kavacaṃ of Śrī pratyaṅgirā, ranks amongst the most difficult to obtain and rarest or rare kavacas, in all the three worlds. This produces ALL WEALTH that’s obtainable by anyone and also grants all siddhis/magical powers.

paṭhanācchr-vaṇān-martyas-trailokya-aiśvarya-bhāg bhavet

sarvāsādhakasyā'sya, kavacasya, ṛṣiḥ śivaḥ4

पठनाच्छ्र् -वणान्-मर्त्यस्-त्रैलोक्य-ऐश्वर्य-भाग् भवेत्।

सर्वासाधकस्याऽस्य कवचस्य ऋषिः शिवः॥४॥

Sincerely and very attentively reading this kavacaṃ and/or listening on a regular basis, may grant the devotee, all the wealth of the three worlds. Have no doubts about this, Dear One: I’m the seer of this kavaca mantra – śiva.

chando virāṭ, parāśaktirjagaddhātrī ca devatā

dharmā'rthakāmamokṣeṣu, viniyogaḥ prakīrtitaḥ5

छन्दो विराट् पराशक्तिर्जगद्धात्री च देवता।

धर्माऽर्थकाममोक्षेषु विनियोगः प्रकीर्तितः॥५॥

The Chandas of this mantra is virāṭ, the devatā is parāśaktirjagaddhātrī, who is śrī pratyaṅgirā. One may utilize this kavaca mantra, for fulfillment of all righteous desires, as well as for obtaining mokṣa or liberation.

The viniyoga for the kavaca, is below.

 

Viniyogaḥ ( विनियोगः ) :-

oṃ śrī sarvārtha sādhaka kavacasya śiva ṛṣiḥ

virāṭ chandaḥśrīmat pratyaṅgirā devatāaiṃ bījaṃhrīṃ śaktiḥ

śrīṃ kīlakaṃ śrī sadāśiva devatā prītyarthe pāṭhe viniyogaḥ

ॐ श्री सर्वार्थ साधक कवचस्य शिव ऋषिः।

विराट् छन्दः। श्रीमत् प्रत्यङ्गिरा देवता। ऐं बीजं। ह्रीं शक्तिः।

श्रीं कीलकं श्री सदाशिव देवता प्रीत्यर्थे पाठे विनियोगः॥

For reciting the śrī sarvārtha sādhaka kavacaṃ, the Seer is śiva, meter of the mantra is virāṭ, the revered deity is śrī pratyaṅgirā, the wedge or the key to the success of the mantra is śrīṃ and this kavaca mantra is invoked, to please the deity śrī sadāśiva to grant all the wishes we seek as well as to obtain the grace of the invoked deities.

oṃ praṇavaṃ me śiraḥ pātu, vāgbhavaśca lalāṭakam

hrīṃ pātu dakṣanetraṃ me, lakṣmīrvāma sureśvarī1

ॐ प्रणवं मे शिरः पातु वाग्भवश्च ललाटकम्।

ह्रीं पातु दक्षनेत्रं मे लक्ष्मीर्वाम सुरेश्वरी॥१॥

The bīja mantra “oṃ” () protects one’s head. The vāg-bīja sarasvatī mantra “aiṃ” (ऐं), protects the forehead. The śakti bīja mantra “hrīṃ” (ह्रीं), protects the right eye, while the lakṣmī bīja mantra “śrīṃ” (श्रीं), protects the left eye.

The protection implied here, is for shielding us against misinformation as well as misleading knowledge and steering us towards gaining the ultimate knowledge or Brahma jñāna, for self-realization and spiritual liberation. This śloka implicitly suggests the enhancement of the Ājñā and Sahasrāra cakras and gaining enhanced perception of the ultimate reality within and around us.

pratyaṅgirā dakṣakarṇaṃ, vāme kāmeśvarī tathā।

lakṣmīḥ prāṇaṃ sadā pātu, vadanaṃ pātu keśavaḥ2

  प्रत्यङ्गिरा दक्षकर्णं वामे कामेश्वरी तथा।

लक्ष्मीः प्राणं सदा पातु वदनं पातु केशवः॥२॥

Pratyaṅgirā devī is the protector of the right ear, while kāmeśvarī (a form of śakti) protects the left ear. Lakṣmī protects the life sustaining force prāa and the face is protected by keśava (Lord kṛṣṇa/viṣṇu).  

Protection of the ears, refers to listening to the right kind of advice as well as music, scriptures, documents and any knowledge, that would help us progress both materially and spiritually. The deities Pratyaṅgirā devī and kāmeśvarī, help to ensure that most of the unnecessary sounds and knowledge are kept away, to help retain our state of mind and progress. Likewise, Lakṣmī ensures that we get sufficient amounts of the life sustaining force prāṇa, as well as material and spiritual abundance to live a full and contented life! Keśava ensures that we put up a pleasant face and also have the courage, to put up a brave face to endure hardship of any kind. He ensures that the Prāṇa binds into our being, as long as our karma allows.

gaurī tu rasanāṃ pātu, kaṇṭhaṃ pātu maheśvaraḥ

skandhadeśaṃ ratiḥ pātu, bhujau tu makaradhvajaḥ3

गौरी तु रसनां पातु कण्ठं पातु महेश्वरः।

स्कन्धदेशं रतिः पातु भुजौ तु मकरध्वजः॥३॥

Gaurī (śakti) protects the tongue and the taste buds, maheśvarā protects the throat. Our shoulders are protected by ratī (consort of Kāmadevā or cupid) and the arms by makaradvaja or Kāmadevā.

The protection of the tongue by Gaurī, is to ensure that we always speak the Truth and help guide not only ourselves, but all others around us to seek the Truth and live a virtuous life. Our tastes and liking, gradually shift towards life’s higher purpose and we do not get bogged down by petty needs. Maheśvarā enhances the throat cakra Viśuddha and helps us gulp and prevent mistruths to be spoken by us. He ensures that we preach the right path and also lead the same. Rati ensures that we can shoulder any responsibilities that fall upon us and do not shy away from the same. The broad shoulders will be ably assisted by the strong arms provided by Kāmadevā. He also ensures that we spread true love and affection towards others. We gradually overcome lust and our passion is directed towards righteous purposes!

śaṅkhanidhiḥ karau pātu, vakṣe padmanidhistathā

brāhmī madhyaṃ sadā pātu, nābhīṃ pātu maheśvarī4

शङ्खनिधिः करौ पातु वक्षे पद्मनिधिस्तथा।

ब्राह्मी मध्यं सदा पातु नाभीं पातु महेश्वरी॥४॥

Śaṅkhanidhi protects the hands, while the breasts and chest are protected by padmanidhi. Brāhmī protects the middle portion of the body and the navel is protected by maheśvarī (śakti).

The protection of hands by Śaṅkhanidhi, ensures that we not only have able hands to perform our jobs and take care of our material needs, but we also lend a helping hand to others in need and ensure that we play our part towards the betterment of the society and community in general. Padmanidhi ensures that we have a well-built personality to not only please others, but also to ensure that we can take in enough amounts of the life sustaining force prāṇa, through our expanded lungs, to keep our mind totally focused on the tasks at hand. Brāhmī ensures that our heart cakra Anāhata, is well developed, to help us transform to a very pleasing and loving presence/personality. We derive great satisfaction through all our actions. Maheśvarī enhances the navel cakra Maṇipūra and provides us the courage to pursue all undertakings, both material and spiritual.

kaumārī pṛṣṭhadeśaṃ tu, guhyaṃ rakṣatu vaiṣṇavī

vārāhīṃ ca kaṭiṃpātu, caindrī pātu padadvayam5

कौमारी पृष्ठदेशं तु गुह्यं रक्षतु वैष्णवी।

वाराहीं च कटिंपातु चैन्द्री पातु पदद्वयम्॥५॥

The buttocks are protected by kaumārī, while the genitals are protected by vaiṣṇavī. The waist is protected by vārāhī, while the legs are protected by aindrī (indrāṇī).

Kaumārī will ensure that the root cakra Mūlādhāra, is activated and our spiritual ascent begins, with the rise of the kuṇḍalinī. Our attachments and perceptions to the material world begin to change and we tend to also move towards spiritual pursuits. Overall, our quality of life is slowly enhanced. Vaiṣṇavī will engerize the sacral cakra Svādhiṣṭhāna and channel our energies towards the higher cakras. All material desires begin to manifest and our accomplishments in the material realm also become pronounced. Vārāhī ensures that we’re ready to face all the challenges that the material and spiritual realms could throw at us and prepares us to overcome the same. She also ensures our victory in all undertakings! Aindrī gives us a firm footing in both the spiritual and material realms and ensures that we do not fall in our pursuit and ultimately gain happiness in both the material and spiritual worlds.

bhāryāṃ (bhartāraṃ) rakṣatu cāmuṇḍā, lakṣmī rakṣatu putrakān

indraḥ pūrve sadā pātu, āgneyāṃ agnidevatā6

भार्यां (भर्तारं) रक्षतु चामुण्डा लक्ष्मी रक्षतु पुत्रकान्।

इन्द्रः पूर्वे सदा पातु आग्नेयां अग्निदेवता॥६॥

Cāmuṇḍā protects our spouse and Lakṣmī protects our children.

Indrā protects us from the East direction, while Agni protects us from the South-East direction.

Our material and spiritual journey is amply aided, by the protection of our spouse by Cāmuṇḍā and the children by Lakṣmī. All familial worries are gradually removed and happiness is ensured in due course of time. The cardinal lords starting from Indra and ending with Ananta, ensure that we receive protection as well as knowledge from all directions. This is also to imply that the presence of the divine is in every direction and we should accept with humility all the love and blessings we receive from different sources. All doors open up from every direction to help us reach our material and spiritual pursuits.

yāmye yamaḥ sadā pātu, nairṛtyāṃ nirṛtistathā

paścime varuṇaḥ pātu, vāyavyāṃ vāyudevatā7

याम्ये यमः सदा पातु नैरृत्यां निरृतिस्तथा।

पश्चिमे वरुणः पातु वायव्यां वायुदेवता॥७॥

Yama protects us from the South direction and nirṛti  protects from the South-West direction. Varuṇa protects from the West, while Vāyu protects from the North-West.

saumyāṃ somaḥ sadā pātu ca, īśānyāmīśvaro vibhuḥ।

ūrdhvaṃ prajāpatiḥ pātu, hyadhaścā'nantadevatā8

सौम्यां सोमः सदा पातु चैशान्यामीश्वरो विभुः।

ऊर्ध्वं प्रजापतिः पातु ह्यधश्चाऽनन्तदेवता॥८॥

Soma (moon) protects us from the North, while Vibhu īśvara, protects us from the North-East. Prajāpati (Brahma) protects us from the upward direction and Anata deva protects us from the bottom direction.

rājadvāre śmaśāne tu, araṇye prāntare tathā

jale sthale cā'ntarikṣe, śatrūṇāṃ nigrahe tathā9

राजद्वारे श्मशाने तु अरण्ये प्रान्तरे तथा।

जले स्थले चाऽन्तरिक्षे शत्रूणां निग्रहे तथा॥९॥

To protect us from enemies and coercive forces entering through the main door, cemetery, forests, cities and towns, water, land and from the cosmos -

etābhiḥ sahitā devī, caturbījā maheśvarī

pratyaṅgirā mahāśaktiḥ, sarvatra māṃ sadā'vatu10

एताभिः सहिता देवी चतुर्बीजा महेश्वरी।

प्रत्यङ्गिरा महाशक्तिः सर्वत्र मां सदाऽवतु॥१०॥

And from all destructive forces of all hues and variations, the One who’s bīja mantra is formed from the four bījakṣara mantras (ka+ṣa+a+ṃ = kṣaṃ [क्षं] ) the great maheśvarī and manifestation of the divine mother – śrī pratyaṅgirā devī along with her retinue, protect us at all times!

śrī pratyaṅgirā devī through Her divine grace grants us all the desires, favors, wishes and helps us achieve all the material, as well as spiritual pursuits that we undertake.

Phalaśrutiḥ ( फलश्रुतिः )

iti te kathitaṃ devi, sārātsāraṃ parātparam

sarvārthe-sādhanaṃ nāma kavacaṃ, paramādbhutam1

इति ते कथितं देवि सारात्सारं परात्परम्।

सर्वार्थे-साधनं नाम कवचं परमाद्भुतम्॥१॥

Dear Devi! I have mentioned to you the most essential and containing the gist of all protection and abundance mantras in the form of the sarvārtha sādhanaṃ nāma kavacaṃ. This is the most wondrous kavacaṃ in existence and can produce excellent results, as summarized below.

asyā'pi paṭhanātsadyaḥ, kubero'pi dhaneśvaraḥ

indrādyāḥ sakalā devāḥ, dhāraṇātpaṭhanādyataḥ2

अस्याऽपि पठनात्सद्यः कुबेरोऽपि धनेश्वरः।

इन्द्राद्याः सकला देवाः धारणात्पठनाद्यतः॥२॥

Those who recite the kavacaṃ with unstinted devotion to YOU, in the form of śrī pratyaṅgirā devī, will accumulate over a period of time, all the riches and splendor like Kubera, the treasurer of the devās. Lord Indra, Āditya (Sun) and many other devās have recited this kavacaṃ, to attain great mystical powers and rose in wealth and position.

sarvasiddhīśvaro santaḥ, sarvaiśvaryamavāpnuyuḥ

prītimanye'nyataḥ kṛtvā, kamalā niścalā gṛhe3

सर्वसिद्धीश्वरो सन्तः सर्वैश्वर्यमवाप्नुयुः।

प्रीतिमन्येऽन्यतः कृत्वा कमला निश्चला गृहे॥३॥

All devās have recited this kavacaṃ, to attain all the great mystical powers and wealth. Recite this with utmost love, to ensure all blessings of wealth, stability, health and peace in the household!

vāṇī ca nivaset vaktre, satyaṃ satyaṃ na saṃśayaḥ

yo dhārayati puṇyātmā, sarvārthasādhanābhidham4

वाणीं च निवसेत् वक्त्रे सत्यं सत्यं न संशयः।

यो धारयति पुण्यात्मा सर्वार्थसाधनाभिधम्॥४॥

One who wears or recites this sarvārtha sādhaka kavacaṃ with unstinted devotion, will have a splendid voice and gain the blessings of śrī sarasvati devī and thereby supreme knowledge of all arts and sciences. Have no doubts about this, as this is guaranteed!

kavacaṃ paramaṃ puṇyaṃ, so'pi puṇyavatāṃ varaḥ

sarvaiśvaryayuto bhūtvā, trailokyavijayī bhavet5

कवचं परमं पुण्यं सोऽपि पुण्यवतां वरः।

सर्वैश्वर्ययुतो भूत्वा त्रैलोक्यविजयी भवेत्॥५॥

This sarvārtha sādhaka kavacaṃ grants great puṇya or blessings ensuring a good life filled with good karma. One can accumulate abundant good karma, to obtain all the riches of the three worlds and victorious in all efforts.

puruṣo dakṣiṇe bāhau, nārī vāma bhuje tathā

bahuputravatī bhūyād, bandhyā'pi labhyate sutam6

पुरुषो दक्षिणे बाहौ नारी वाम भुजे तथा।

बहुपुत्रवती भूयाद् बन्ध्याऽपि लभ्यते सुतम्॥६॥

Men who wear this sarvārtha sādhaka kavacaṃ as an amulet and recite with utmost devotion on their right arm and women who wear on their left arm, will gain a very happy married life and a blessed family with successful children. The power of the kavacaṃ is so strong, than even close relatives will gain the said benefits!

brahmāstrādīni śastrāṇi, naiva kṛntanti tattanum

etatkavacamajñātvā, yo japetparameśvarīm7

ब्रह्मास्त्रादीनि शस्त्राणि नैव कृन्तन्ति तत्तनुम्।

एतत्कवचमज्ञात्वा यो जपेत्परमेश्वरीम्॥७॥

Those who wear this sarvārtha sādhaka kavacaṃ and recite with utmost devotion, gain tremendous protection of śrī pratyaṅgirā devī. No weapons or forces can harm them. Even the most powerful brahmāstra cannot hurt, or even the wrath of ādi śakti, i.e. Yourself, cannot tear apart the protection offered by this divine form of Yourself as śrī pratyaṅgirā, the atharvaṇa bhadra kāli. Those who recite the japa mantras of śrī pratyaṅgirā, without knowing this kavacaṃ -

dāridryaṃ paramaṃ prāpya, so'cirānmṛtyumāpnuyāt

दारिद्र्यं परमं प्राप्य सोऽचिरान्मृत्युमाप्नुयात् ।

Will very soon, suffer from extreme poverty, innumerable troubles and attain an untimely death.

(A warning to recite the kavacaṃ, PRIOR to the mantra sadhana of śrī pratyaṅgirā devi.)

śrī rudrayāmala tantre, pañcāṅgakhaṇḍe, pratyaṅgirāyāḥ, sarvārthasādhanaṃ nāmakaṃ kavacaṃ, paripūrṇam

श्री रुद्रयामल तन्त्रे पञ्चाङ्गखण्डे प्रत्यङ्गिरायाः सर्वार्थसाधनं नामकं कवचं परिपूर्णम् ।

Thus ends, the extract from the tantric manual - śrī rudrayāmala tantra, 5th division - śrī pratyaṅgirāyāḥ sarvārtha sādhanaṃ nāmakaṃ kavacaṃ.

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UCCHISTA GANAPATI MANTRA SADHANA - PART 6

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

                             ucchiṣṭa gaṇapati daśākṣara mantra version 2

 

     1. viniyogaḥ ( विनियोगः ) :-

 

    oṃ asya śrī maducchiṣṭa gaṇeśa daśākṣarocchiṣṭa mantrasya kaṃkola ṛṣiḥ virāṭ chandaḥ ucchiṣṭa gaṇapatir devatā akhilāptaye jape viniyogaḥ

     ॐ अस्य श्री मदुच्छिष्ट गणेश दशाक्षरोच्छिष्ट मन्त्रस्य कंकोल ऋषिः विराट् छन्दः उच्छिष्ट गणपतिर् देवता अखिलाप्तये जपे विनियोगः

 

    2. ṛṣyādi nyāsa ( ऋष्यादि न्यास ) :-

S.no.

IAST

devanāgari

Procedure

1

oṃ kaṃkola ṛṣaye namaḥ śirasi

ॐ कंकोल ऋषये नमः शिरसि

open the right palm and touch the top of the forehead with the ring and thumb fingers joined at the top.

2

oṃ virāt chandase namaḥ mukhe

ॐ विरात् छन्दसे नमः मुखे

Now touch the mouth at the lips with the above mudrā.

3

oṃ ucchiṣṭa gaṇapati devatāyai namaḥ hṛdi

ॐ उच्छिष्ट गणपति देवतायै नमः हृदि

Touch the heart with the right palm.

4

oṃ viniyogāya namaḥ sarvāṅge

ॐ विनियोगाय नमः सर्वाङ्गे

Run both the palms all over the body.

5

iti ṛṣyādi nyāsaḥ

इति ऋष्यादि न्यासः

 

 

 

    3. kara nyāsa  ( कर न्यास ) :-

S.no.

IAST

devanāgari

Procedure

1

oṃ gaṃ hasti amguṣṭhābhyaṃ namaḥ

ॐ गं हस्ति अम्गुष्ठाभ्यं नमः

Use both the index fingers and run them on both the thumbs.

2

oṃ piśāci tarjanībhyāṃ namaḥ

ॐ पिशाचि तर्जनीभ्यां नमः

Use both the thumbs and run them on both the index fingers.

3

oṃ likhe madhyamābhyāṃ namaḥ

ॐ लिखे मध्यमाभ्यां नमः

Use both the thumbs on the middle fingers.

4

oṃ svāhā anāmikābhyāṃ namaḥ

ॐ स्वाहा अनामिकाभ्यां नमः

Use both the thumbs on the ring fingers.

5

oṃ hasti piśāci likhe kaniṣṭikhābhyāṃ namaḥ

ॐ हस्ति पिशाचि लिखे कनिष्टिखाभ्यां नमः

Use both the thumbs on the little fingers.

6

oṃ gaṃ hasti piśāci likhe svāhā karatalakara pṛṣṭhābhyāṃ namaḥ

ॐ गं हस्ति पिशाचि लिखे स्वाहा करतलकर पृष्ठाभ्यां नमः

Open both the palms; run the opened palms of the right hand on the front and back sides of the left palm and repeat the same for the other palm.

7

iti kara nyāsaḥ

इति कर न्यासः

 

 

 

    4. devatā nyāsa ( देवता न्यास ) :- 

S.no.

IAST

Devanāgari

Procedure

1

oṃ gaṃ hasti hṛdayāya namaḥ

 

ॐ गं हस्ति हृदयाय नमः

Open index, middle and ring fingers of the right hand and place them on the heart chakra.

2

oṃ piśāci śirase svāhā

ॐ पिशाचि शिरसे स्वाहा

Open middle and ring fingers of the right hand and touch the top of the forehead.

3

oṃ likhe śikhāyai vaṣaṭ

ॐ लिखे शिखायै वषट्

Open the right thumb and touch the back of the head. This is the point where the tuft of hair, is kept.

4

oṃ svāhā kavacāya huṃ

ॐ स्वाहा कवचाय हुं

Cross both the hands and run the fully opened palms from shoulders to finger tips.

5

oṃ gaṃ hasti piśāci likhe svāhā astrāya phaṭ

ॐ गं हस्ति पिशाचि लिखे स्वाहा अस्त्राय फट्

Open up the left palm and strike it three times with index and middle fingers of the right hand.

6

iti devatā nyāsaḥ

इति देवता न्यासः

 

 

 

    5. Dhyānam ( ध्यानम् ) :-

caturbhujaṃ raktatanuṃ trinetraṃ paśāṅkuśau modaka pātra dantau

karairdadhānaṃ sarasīruhastham unmattam ucchiṣṭa gaṇeṣamīḍe

चतुर्भुजं रक्ततनुं त्रिनेत्रं पशाङ्कुशौ मोदक पात्र दन्तौ ।

करैर्दधानं सरसीरुहस्थम् उन्मत्तम् उच्छिष्ट गणेषमीडे ॥

 

I meditate upon the unmatta or highly elated ucchiṣṭa gaṇapati, who has four hands and three eyes, whose body is red, who holds the goad and the vessel of sweets in the right hands and the noose and tusk in His left hands and who is also seated in the lotus posture.

Perform the yantra āvaraṇa puja and pīṭha puja

 

   6. Pañcapūjā ( पञ्चपूजा ) :-

laṁ - pṛthivyātmikāyai gandhaṁ samarpayāmi |

haṁ - ākāśātmikāyai puṣpaiḥ pūjayāmi |

yaṁ - vāyvātmikāyai dhūpamāghrāpayāmi |

raṁ - agnyātmikāyai dīpaṁ darśayāmi |

vaṁ - amṛtātmikāyai amṛtaṁ mahānaivedyaṁ nivedayāmi |

saṁ - sarvātmikāyai sarvopacāra pūjām samarpayāmi ||

लं - पृथिव्यात्मिकायै गन्धं समर्पयामि।

हं - आकाशात्मिकायै पुष्पैः पूजयामि।

यं - वाय्वात्मिकायै धूपमाघ्रापयामि।

रं - अग्न्यात्मिकायै दीपं दर्शयामि।

वं - अमृतात्मिकायै अमृतं महानैवेद्यं निवेदयामि।

सं - सर्वात्मिकायै सर्वोपचार पूजाम् समर्पयामि॥

 

   7. japamālā mantraṃ ( जपमाला मन्त्रं ) :-

 

Recite the below mantra once, to pray to the japa māla and invoke the blessings for a fruitful japa.

 

 oṃ māṃ māle mahāmāye sarvamantra svarūpiṇi

 caturvarga stvayinyasta stasmānye siddhidā bhava

 ॐ मां माले महामाये सर्वमन्त्र स्वरूपिणि।

 चतुर्वर्ग स्त्वयिन्यस्त स्तस्मान्ये सिद्धिदा भव॥

 

 

    8. guru mantra ( गुरु मन्त्र ) :-

Recite the following guru mantra once, to seek the blessings of all gurus and the Guru.

 

oṃ hrīṃ siddhaguro prasīda hrīṃ oṃ

ॐ ह्रीं सिद्धगुरो प्रसीद ह्रीं ॐ

 

    9. daśākṣari mantra ( दशाक्षरि मन्त्र ) :-

 

The 10 lettered mantra is

 

gaṃ hasti piśāci likhe svāhā

गं हस्ति पिशाचि लिखे स्वाहा

 

    The above mantra should be recited using the above consecrated japa māla. The māla should have 108 beads plus a meru or head bead. The count is from the meru bead and back. The meru bead itself should not be counted. When the count reaches the meru, flip the māla, to count in reverse and so on, for the decided number of māla counts.

 

Mantra meaning:-

     The meaning of the navārṇa mantra is “One who’s in union with hastipiśāci”, signifying the śiva-śakti-aikya aspect of Brahman. This is the state of the union of both the dynamic and static super consciousness, signifying supreme bliss or liberation or Brahman Itself. The sound of brahman is oṃ, also called as śabda brahman. Since the navārṇa mantra itself signifies Brahman, no prefix of oṃ is necessary for that mantra. When oṃ or gaṃ is prefixed to the navārṇa mantra, it becomes the 10 syllabled mantra, which is equivally effective as the navārṇa mantra. It also lends more auspiciousness to the mantra, since gaṃ is the bīja mantra for Lord Gaṇeśa.

 

 

10.  devatā nyāsa ( देवता न्यास ) :- 

S.no.

IAST

Devanāgari

Procedure

1

oṃ gaṃ hasti hṛdayāya namaḥ

 

ॐ गं हस्ति हृदयाय नमः

Open index, middle and ring fingers of the right hand and place them on the heart chakra.

2

oṃ piśāci śirase svāhā

ॐ पिशाचि शिरसे स्वाहा

Open middle and ring fingers of the right hand and touch the top of the forehead.

3

oṃ likhe śikhāyai vaṣaṭ

ॐ लिखे शिखायै वषट्

Open the right thumb and touch the back of the head. This is the point where the tuft of hair, is kept.

4

oṃ svāhā kavacāya huṃ

ॐ स्वाहा कवचाय हुं

Cross both the hands and run the fully opened palms from shoulders to finger tips.

5

oṃ gaṃ hasti piśāci likhe svāhā astrāya phaṭ

ॐ गं हस्ति पिशाचि लिखे स्वाहा अस्त्राय फट्

Open up the left palm and strike it three times with index and middle fingers of the right hand.

6

iti devatā nyāsaḥ

इति देवता न्यासः

 

 

11. Dhyānam ( ध्यानम् ) :-

caturbhujaṃ raktatanuṃ trinetraṃ paśāṅkuśau modaka pātra dantau

karairdadhānaṃ sarasīruhastham unmattam ucchiṣṭa gaṇeṣamīḍe

चतुर्भुजं रक्ततनुं त्रिनेत्रं पशाङ्कुशौ मोदक पात्र दन्तौ ।

करैर्दधानं सरसीरुहस्थम् उन्मत्तम् उच्छिष्ट गणेषमीडे ॥

 

   12. Pañcapūjā ( पञ्चपूजा ) :-

laṁ - pṛthivyātmikāyai gandhaṁ samarpayāmi |

haṁ - ākāśātmikāyai puṣpaiḥ pūjayāmi |

yaṁ - vāyvātmikāyai dhūpamāghrāpayāmi |

raṁ - agnyātmikāyai dīpaṁ darśayāmi |

vaṁ - amṛtātmikāyai amṛtaṁ mahānaivedyaṁ nivedayāmi |

saṁ - sarvātmikāyai sarvopacāra pūjām samarpayāmi ||

लं - पृथिव्यात्मिकायै गन्धं समर्पयामि।

हं - आकाशात्मिकायै पुष्पैः पूजयामि।

यं - वाय्वात्मिकायै धूपमाघ्रापयामि।

रं - अग्न्यात्मिकायै दीपं दर्शयामि।

वं - अमृतात्मिकायै अमृतं महानैवेद्यं निवेदयामि।

सं - सर्वात्मिकायै सर्वोपचार पूजाम् समर्पयामि॥

 

 

13.  Samarpaṇam ( समर्पणम्  ) :-

Take water in uttaraṇi and by reciting the following śloka, offer the water to the earth

 

गुह्यातिगुह्यगोप्ता त्वं गृहाणास्मत्-कृतं जपम्।

सिद्धिर्भवतु मे देव त्वत्प्रसादान्मयि स्थिरा॥

guhyātiguhyagoptā tvaṁ gṛhāṇāsmat-kṛtaṁ japam|

siddhirbhavatu me deva tvatprasādānmayi sthirā ||

 

14. japānaṃtaraṃ mālāmantraṃ ( जपानंतरं मालामन्त्रं ) :-

 

      Recite the below śloka and mantra, followed by placing the māla upon the top of the head and then place it back in the māla bag and conceal it. It should NOT be worn.

 

śloka॥  oṃ tvaṃ māle sarvadevānāṃ prītidā śubhadā bhava।

               śubhaṃ kuruṣya me bhadre yaśo vīryaṃ ca dehime॥

श्लोक॥  ॐ त्वं माले सर्वदेवानां प्रीतिदा शुभदा भव।

            शुभं कुरुष्य मे भद्रे यशो वीर्यं च देहिमे॥

 

mantra॥ oṃ hrīṃ siddhyai namaḥ॥

मन्त्र॥ ॐ ह्रीं सिद्ध्यै नमः॥ 

 

15. Puraścaraṇa ( पुरश्चरण ) :-

 

Japa

100,000

Homa

10,000

Tarpaṇa

1,000

Mārjana

100

Bhojana

10

 

This article is scripted by Shri. Krishna Vallapareddy. He can be contacted at  krishna@manblunder.com

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SELF-INITIATION OF MANTRAS

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Mantra Initiation (dīkṣā paddhati) - śrī dakṣiṇāmūrtī ( श्री दक्षिणामूर्ती ) invocation and other essentials.

 

As much as possible, one must try and obtain a guru, to guide with mantras and properly initiate the devotee or sādhakā. But often, we are faced with a situation, where we cannot find an appropriate guru to guide us. In such situations, one can go ahead and initiate themselves. The procedure to initiate, as well as guidance from the śāstras or scriptures, is provided below.

One must note that all mantras are not suitable. Care and caution must be exercised in this ...Read More

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UCCHISTA GANAPATI SHODASHA UPACHARA PUJA - PART 1

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

PROLOGUE

Prior to the time of performing any major events, or at the time of festivals or any other joyous occasions, The ṣoḍaśa upacāra pūjā is performed for the chosen deity, to receive the grace and blessings. Sometimes, the pūjā is also performed to ward off any evil and cure diseases, as well as to prevent any undesirable outcomes.

Ṣoḍaśa means 16, upacāra represents articles or procedures or rituals and pūjā is worship. The chosen deity is primarily worshipped using the 16 procedures or rituals. These procedures or processes mimic our daily existence and in this context, they apply to inviting the deity to come and visit our home or the place of worship, ...Read More

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MINDFULNESS AND CONCENTRATIVE MEDITATION

Saturday, December 02, 2017

This article is authored by Dr. L. Gandhi Bhaskar Patrudu, MBBS, MD (Physiology), MA (Psychology), M.Sc (Biotechnology), Dip in Yoga. He is an Assistant professor of Physiology.

Recently I got some insights about the use of mindfulness and concentrative meditation in our daily lives.  In this article I want to share these insights.  In mindfulness there is some duality. You are centered on your true state (consciousness) and witness everything which is not you (emotions, thoughts etc). But in deep concentration or Samadhi there is no duality.  You lose awareness of ...Read More

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MINDFULNESS AND CONCENTRATIVE MEDITATION

Saturday, December 02, 2017

This article is authored by Dr. L. Gandhi Bhaskar Patrudu, MBBS, MD (Physiology), MA (Psychology), M.Sc (Biotechnology), Dip in Yoga. He is an Assistant professor of Physiology.

Recently I got some insights about the use of mindfulness and concentrative meditation in our daily lives.  In this article I want to share these insights.  In mindfulness there is some duality. You are centered on your true state (consciousness) and witness everything which is not you (emotions, thoughts etc). But in deep concentration or Samadhi there is no duality.  You lose awareness of ...Read More

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UCCHISHTA GANESHA SAHASRANAMA STOTRAM

Monday, October 09, 2017

This Ucchiṣṭa Gaṇeśa Sahasranāma Stotraṃ is translated into English with IAST font by Shri. Krishna Vallapareddy. This Sahasranāma is from Ucchista Gaṇeśa Kalpa related to Śrī Vidyā. He says, “According to Shiva, all that is needed is faith for reciting this Sahasranāma. No bath or any pūjā rituals necessary and can be recited anywhere, anytime. It removes negative forces and bestows great victory.”

Ucchiṣṭa Gaṇeśa Sahasranāma Stotraṃ

oṃ asya śrīmaducchiṣṭa gaṇeśa sahasranāma stotra maṃtrasya śrī bhairavaṛṣiḥ gāyatrī chaṃdaḥ śrīmahāgaṇapatirdevatā | gaṃ bījaṃ | hrīṃ śaktiḥ kurukuru kīlakaṃ |mama dharmārtha kāma mokṣa siddhyarthaṃ jape viniyogaḥ

oṃ hrīṃ śrīṃ klīṃ gaṇādhyakṣo glauṃ gaṃ gaṇapatirguṇī

guṇāḍhyo nirguṇogoptā gajavaktro vibhāvasuḥ II 1.

viśveśvaro vibhādīpto dīpano dhīvarodhanī

sadā śāṃto jagattrātā viśvāvarto vibhākaraḥ II 2

viśraṃbhī vijayovaidyo vārāṃ nidhiranuttamaḥ

aṇimāvibhavaḥ śreṣṭho jyeṣṭho gādhāprayo guruḥ II 3

sṛṣṭikartā jagadbhartā viśvabhartā jagannidhiḥ

patiḥ pīta vibhūṣāṃko raktākṣolohitāṃbaraḥ II 4

 ...Read More

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SHIVA IN CONVERSATION WITH SHAKTI - AN OVERVIEW

Friday, June 23, 2017

Shakti: My Lord! You have taught me 64 tantras several yugas ago. The universe that you have created billions of years ago is undergoing constant changes. Is there anything you would like to teach me, which is more relevant to the present time period, I mean kālapuruṣa ………..

Shakti: Then what is the difference between mind and intellect?

Shiva: Mind is explained as “saṁkalpa-vikalpātmākaṁ manaḥ संकल्प-विकल्पात्माकं ...Read More

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GURUJI SPEAKS - AN OVERVIEW

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Guru Pūrṇimā this year (2017) falls on July 08/09. Full moon tithi begins at 07.31 hours Indian Standard Time on July 08 and ends at 09.20 hours IST on July 09. Therefore, Guru pūrṇimā can be celebrated either on July 08th evening or July 09th morning before 09.20 hours IST.

A series of articles titled GURUJI SPEAKS have been published in the year 2013. Some snippets ...Read More

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SRI SUKTAM - Part 12 (Concluding Part)

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

In the original Khilasūkta, there are 29 verses, out of which we have discussed 16 verses so far. These 16 verses are the main part of Śrī Sūktam. Now the balance of 13 verses are being discussed. These verses do not form part of homa procedure of Śrī Sūktam.

पद्मानने पद्मविपद्मपत्रे पद्मदलायदाक्षि।

विश्वप्रिये विष्णुमनोनुकूले ...Read More

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AVADHŪTA GĪTĀ - 7

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Bhagavān Dattātreya continues:  

Upaniṣad-s explain how māyā projects objects as different things from Brahman (It is the māyā that makes us to think that the objects we see are real and different from Brahman; the fact is that everything is Brahman, hence It is called Omnipresent or all pervasive). Brahman is not divisible (hence omnipresent) and hence, there cannot be any comparison for a non-dual Brahman (comparison is possible only if more than one object is present). It is free from actions ...Read More

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PATANJALI YOGA SUTRAS - 10

Sunday, May 07, 2017

Samādhi is attained through the mind that is free from all kinds of thought processes or desires. If the mind has traces of thought processes or desires, they will disturb samādhi after sometime. First ten or fifteen minutes of samādhi is important. Thoughts, if any, compromise the quality of samādhi during this time. (Different types of samādhi-s are discussed in GURUJI SPEAKS). Patañjali speaks about dharmamegha samādhi ...Read More

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Ashwatthama – The Saptarishi of 8th Manvantara

Sunday, July 30, 2017

(This article is published by Santosh Kumar Raja)

In Indian mythology, I think there is no other name that evokes more curiosity, mystery and mixed feelings than that of Ashwatthama. If you punch in “Ashwatthama” in google or any other search engine, you will get umpteen sites, videos, TV channel programs and legends about Ashwatthama each describing a different aspect. But ...Read More

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DAKSHINA KALI MANTRA JAPA

Friday, December 23, 2016

Śrī Dakṣiṇakālī Mahā Mantraḥ || श्री दक्षिणकाली महा मन्त्रः॥

1. Ṛṣyādi nyāsaḥ ऋष्यादि न्यासः

अस्य श्री दक्षिणकाली महामन्त्रस्य। भैरव ऋषिः। उष्णिक् छन्दः। दक्षिणकालिका देवता॥

asya śrī dakṣiṇakālī mahāmantrasya | bhairava ṛṣiḥ । (open the right palm and touch the top of the forehead | uṣṇik chandaḥ (right palm on the mouth) । dakṣiṇakālikā devatā || (right palm on the heart ...Read More

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Theory And Practice of Kundalini Meditation - Introduction

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Kuṇḍalinī is not just a force, but Parāśakti Herself in Her subtlest form. It is one of the quickest methods to liberation. Even without practicing kuṇḍalinī, She ascends to higher chakras depending upon one’s level of love (the highest form of devotion) for Her. Ascension of kuṇḍalinī is directly related to the purity level of one’s mind. Yoga Cūḍāmaṇi Upaniṣad talks abou90t the importance of kuṇḍalinī. Verse 37 says, “Kuṇḍalinī rests in the passage of Brahman. If one goes through this passage, Brahman is attained.” Passage of Brahman that is referred here ...Read More

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Maha Shodashi Mantra Explained

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Mahāṣoḍaśī mantra is formulated like this.

First line:  om - śrīṁ - hrīṁ - klīṁ - aiṁ - sauḥ (ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं ऐं सौः)

Place śrī bīja, then place māyā bīja, then kāma bīja, then vāgbhava bīja and finally parā bīja. Thus the first line of this mantra is formed.

There is a common doubt whether to include ॐ in the beginning or not. Any mantra should start with ॐ. Kulārṇava Tantra (XV.57) says that not beginning a mantra without ॐ causes impurity of birth. Further, Chāndogya Upaniṣad begins by saying “om iti etat akṣaram udgītham upāsīta ॐ इति ...Read More

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ATMA BODHA - THE EPILOGUE

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Śaṃkarācārya who had authored many works on dvaita or dualism such as Saundaryalaharī, etc. had also authored Supreme Advaita Scriptures or non-dualistic Scriptures like Ātmabodhaḥ, Tattvabodhaḥ, Vivekacūḍamaṇi, etc. What is the need for Śaṃkarācārya to author both dualistic and non-dualistic Scriptures? He was a loka Guru (Guru for the world) and he had the dual responsibility of developing bhakti (devotion) and at the same time, leading elevated souls to the path of ...Read More

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Will You Come Back Guruji - Part 1

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Part 1

Guruji in the horizon is a short story about a rustic boy ultimately transforming into a Spiritual Guru. The story will be published as a series, containing a number of parts. Here is part 1:

It is yet another day.  I always like the dawn - the creeks of birds, misty leaves and the redness of the dawn. Red stands for compassion.  I used to wonder how the sun being so red at the time of dawn gradually turns white.  I live near river Cauvery. It is good to walk on the sandy river bed.  The tiny sand grains acupressure my feet and I used to enjoy this.  The river was flowing with the rustic sound that changes every minute.  In ...Read More

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SHIVA PANCHAKSHARI MANTRA JAPA

Saturday, December 17, 2016

श्री शिवपञ्चाक्षरी महामन्त्रः Śrī Śivapañcākṣarī Mahāmantraḥ

 1. Ṛṣyādi nyāsaḥ ऋष्यादि न्यासः 

अस्य श्री शिवपञ्चाक्षरी महामन्त्रस्य। वामेदेव ऋषिः। पङ्क्तिछन्दः। सांबपरमेश्वरो देवता॥

asya śrī śivapañcākṣarī mahāmantrasya । Vāmedeva ṛṣiḥ|(open the right palm and touch the top of the forehead)| paṅktichandaḥ (right palm on the mouth)| sāṁbaparameśvaro ...Read More

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Spiritual Journey - 20

Sunday, January 01, 2017

Avadhūta and Paramahaṁsa are essentially jīvanmukta-s. After evolving into a jīvanmukta, one decides how he or she pursues his or her life, till he or she becomes videhamukta (mokṣa – after death). Only a yogi can evolve into a jīvanmukta. A perfect yogi is the one, who has realized the Self within. He is shaped into a yogi by his Guru, without whom, imparting higher spiritual knowledge and practice is not possible. All Advaita Scriptures ultimately convey that Brahman is within and what is within, pervades the entire universe. This essence is conveyed to his disciples by a Guru. There are hundreds of Scriptures in Advaita such as Upaniṣad-s, Bhagavad Gītā, Yoga Vāsiṣṭha, Pañcadaśi, etc. Each of these Scriptures reveal Brahman ...Read More

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ŚRĪ DURGĀ SAPTAŚLOKĪ

Saturday, December 03, 2016

श्री दुर्गा सप्तश्लोकी Śrī Durgā Saptaślokī

Śrī Durgā Saptaślokī consist of seven verses, which is considered as the essence of Śrī Durgā Saptaśatī, also known as Śrī Devī Māhātmyam consisting of 700 verses. It is said that Śrī Durgā Saptaślokī should be chanted daily, three times. It is also said that proper recitation of this removes, poverty, ailments, fear and mental afflictions.

ज्ञानिनामपि चेतांसि देवी भगवति हि सा।

बलादाकृष्य मोहाय ...Read More

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MANTRA RĀJA PADA STOTRAM

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

श्री मन्त्रराज पद स्तोत्रम्॥ Śrī Mantrarāja Pada Stotram ||

Śrī Mantrarāja Pada Stotram is one of the powerful mantras. It cures serious diseases and ailments. It also gives knowledge, wealth and all types of auspiciousness. It is said that this hymn should be recited, first with mantra rāja mantra which is given below (commencing with om ugraṁ vīraṁ mahāviṣṇuṁ).  There are highlighted words in each of the first ten verses. If we place these words one after another, we will get mantra rāja mantra. There are eleven verses in this hymn and one verse for phalaśruti. There is a YouTube clipping at the end of this article for correct ...Read More

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Kundalini Meditation - Video (for Turiya and Turyatita Stages of Meditation)

Friday, August 01, 2014

This audio is on kundalini meditation for turiya and turyātīta stages. Duration of this audio is 30 minutes. 

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Mahaganpati Mantra Japa

Friday, April 28, 2017

Mahaganapati Mantra Japa

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Chakra Cleansing and Energisation

Monday, June 13, 2016

This is another audio in YouTube for cleansing and energising psychic chakras. Duration of this audio is 15 minutes. This is different from YouTube audio uploaded for kundalini meditation which includes turya and turyātītā stages. This audio is meant for practicing cleansing and energizing chakras.

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