Silence, flowing wakefulness, offering, creating, reverberating wholeness, expressing, transforming, expanding, self-referral, measuring quantifying, all knowing, distinguishing, specifying, enumerating, unifying, analyzing, lively absolute living wholeness of being, integrating and harmonizing, invincible, progressive, establishing.
MOTHER OF THE UNIVERSE
Mother is not far from you.
She ever resides in the innermost recess of your heart.
Mother is the eye of your eyes, the ear of your ears, the word of your words and the life of your life.Mother envelops this entire universe and exists inside and outside
every animate and inanimate object.
In Her Nirguna state, She is your father; in Her Saguna state, She is your Mother.
You are the darling of that Mother; then why are you crying? Just imagine that you are sitting on the lap of your Mother; and She is holding you tightly with Her ten Arms.
You are all the time looking in front of you; that is why you get frightened and cry aloud at the sight of sorrow and disease, poverty and want, which float like terrible sharks in this ocean of life.
Do look back but once; see on whose lap you are sitting; who is holding you in her arms.
You turn outgoing senses inwards and see how Mother is protecting you all the time. Wipe away your tears, wipe them away. Say only Durga, Durga, Durga.
Whoever has taken firm refuge in Mother, he has gained complete and eternal peace.
Think of Ramprasad, Kamlakanta, Vamakshepa, Ramakrishna Paramhans – they had all gained Her Darshan.
Even in this age, Mother does come. She appears before one if he calls for Her with real Bhakti and humility.
Even if you have no faith, yet call Mother. If you call Her, your faith will gradually grow. Even if you cannot call Her with earnestness, yet you say Durga, Durga, Durga. Your earnestness will grow.
All your doubts will disappear.
Say constantly – Durga, Durga, Durga.
Shiva has said “That person is Mukta (free) who thinks with Bhakti of Durga, the destroyer of all sorrows and poverty.
He who does Japa of Durga Naam, who does Dhyan of Durga is Mukta, there is no doubt about it.” If you go on repeating the name, Durga, Durga, the lotus in your heart will blossom.
If that lotus you will see Mother in all her effulgence. Your do not have to look here and there; you do not have to think of the means. Mother has already taken the entire responsibility for your well-being and She is constantly protecting you.
If you go on doing Japa of Durga, Durga, you will realize that you are not without shelter in this world. There is Mother always next to you.
Go on constantly repeating, Durga, Durga, Durga.
There is no Puja comparable to Durga Puja.
There is no result comparable to gaining Durga.
There is no Jnana (knowledge) comparable to the knowledge of Durga.
If you do constant Japa saying Durga, Durga, then the ignorance that “I am this body” will be automatically destroyed.
As you go on doing this Japa, your heart will be filled with light, vibrations and Ananda. You will then realize by yourself that “I am not this body, I am Atma” and you will be able to see within yourself the effulgent Omkar Atma in form of Nada.
You go on repeating Durga, Durga, Durga.
There is no Tapasya in this world, done either by word, deed and mind, or even fasting etc., which is comparable to the Tapasya of doing Japa of Durga Naam.
The aim of all Tapasya is to attain Mother, who is ever full of Ananda and in form of Omkar. If one does Japa of Durga, Durga, She illumines the lotus of that person’s heart and appears before him.
So do not be worried. Go on doing Japa of Durga, Durga, Durga. Go on saying Durga, Durga, Durga.
- Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath
Coat and hat are made of TULASI beads, are over 500 years old, and belonged to Madhu Pandit Goswami of Vrindavana- an associate of Lord Caitanya
Sri Chakra is the Mother of all Yantras, and is a mystical geometric representation of the Transcendental Supreme, Non-dual pure concious-ness with its abstract intelligence.
Our Divine Mother has chosen to manifest at our Temple to protect our world from predicted catastrophies and shower Her grace so that we can be aware of “Her” and merge our souls into super soul (“Her”).
To achieve this She has granted us many boons along with Mantras, Yantras & Tantric secrets.
The transcendence is from Parabrahman to Saguna Brahman, and then to Nadha Brahman, Nadha Bindu (light and sound), to Trimoorthys (Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva), and as various Gods and Goddesses (Istha Devathas).
Nada is the Om, the primordial sound which is so immense that creates intense trillion degrees of heat and rapidly cools down forming many universes (multiverse) and is referred to as the Nada Bindu (Big Bang).
Divine Mother is the interplay of sound and light which was experien-ced by Ancient seers (Rishis) as sound (mantras) and light forms as yantras that is given the form of energized linear, triangular, circular, pentagrams, hexagrams, octagrams etc constituiting various yantras.
These various geometric patterns offer us an abstract form of worship and if deciphered and understood properly with Divine Mother’s grace and our own Bhakthi (Devotion), we will be able to understand them and receive Eternal Divine Grace to wake up the “Divinity in us”. In the Sri Chakra, descending triangles represent the overflowing Divine Grace and ascending triangles represent the urge of the soul to reach Her and merge with Her.
Visiting and praying at Her Temple activates our Pranic flow towards self-realization. Worshipping Her through Sri Chakra at active energy centers like the Parasahkthi Temple channels energy of our soul or self towards Cosmic union with “Her”.
Architectural Uniqueness of the Sri Chakra
Architectural Uniqueness An enchanting and fascinating design of the Sri Chakra will be carved in granite on the Rajagopuram that will be completely built with stone with intricate architecture symbolizing Sri Chakra- the abode of mother Goddess.
The 9 Avaranas of the Sri Yantra have various presiding Devis.
They are the Devi’s Parivar (retinue) of total 108. In the Srichakra pooja they are systematically worshipped one by one with their names and mantras.
The presiding Deity of Srichakra, Devi, is Known as Lalita Tripura Sundari- Rajarajeswari, the first manifestation of Maha Mayee- KaRuMaRi Amman(Saguna Brahman)
The unique stone design on the Rajagopuram envisioned by Dr. G Krishna Kumar under the guidance of Divine Mother will be the only location in the world with all Nine different Avaranas (levels) in one location.
The worship of Devi in Srichakra is regarded as the highest form of the Devi worship.
The power of the Sri Chakra is one such rahasya.
Khadgamala Mantra- Sri Chakra Puja on Rajagopuram
The Khadgamala manthra often referred to as a Sthotram is a large garland made up of 15 (some say 18) sub-garlands made up of manthra in praise of the Divine Mother which when recited by the devotee protects the devotee from all calamities and difficulties in life.
The word Khadga means a sword and Mala refers to a garland. Symbolically it means the separation of the mind from the body or the separation of true knowledge (Gnana) from the physical material body.
The Khadgamala when recited by the devotee enables the devotee to travel through the mystical SRI CHAKRA representation of the Divine Adi Parashakthi such that one can visualize all aspects of the Devi described in the Navavaranas.
As the Mala is recited, the various aspects of the Devi in each of the nine enclosures can be visualized and worshipped.
These different aspects of the Mother are represented and would be installed in the Gopuram so that every devotee can experience the protection and blessing of the Divine Mother Parashakthi just by having a darshan (look) of the Gopuram.
Since it is not possible to recite/perform a detailed Sri Chkra Archana or Lalitha Trishati or Sahsranama every time a devotee comes to the temple a simple Gopura dharshan would give the devotee the benefits of reciting the Navaavarana manthra.
Such a darshan is called Gopura Dharshanam and it is recommended that all devotees who come to the temple should also look at the Gopuram and receive the blessings of all the Devathas that are present in the Gopuram. Maha Maha Sri Chakra Nagara Samraghini, Namasthey, Namasthey, Namasthey Namaha ( Mother of Transcendental consciousness, I bow to you, in the three states of waking, dreaming and sleeping).
Seven Mothers of Kundalini
(Spark of Divine source that exists in all living beings) will be on South Gopuram elevation.
There are seven major chakras in our subtle system which are responsible for our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being and the corresponding residing Devathas,
Kakini, Rakini, Dakini, Lakini, Shakini, Yakini and Hakini
1. Muladhara Chakra:
the meeting place of three nadis: Ida, Pingala and Sushumna. The energy is called Dakini Shakthi.
2. Svadhishtana Chakra:
The presiding deity is Lord Vishnu and his energy is Rakini Shakthi.
3. Manipura Chakra:
Also called the solar plexus, manipura chakra is the chakra of the life force. The energy is Lakini Shakthi.
4. Anhata Chakra:
Kakini Shakti is the presiding energy.
5. Visuddha Chakra:
The presiding deity representing union of five elements and his energy is Shakini Shakthi.
6. Ajna, the sixth chakra,
is located between the eyebrows, and is ruled by Hakini Devi
is the seventh chakra, is located on the crown of the head and is ruled by Yakini Devi who is present like a shining full moon.
Nag Devata Mantra of 9 Nagas
This is the main Nag Devata Mantra to worship the primary 9 Nagas of Hinduism. The names of the 9 Naag Devatas are Ananta, Vasuki, Shesha, Padmanabh, Kambal, Shankhapal, Dhrutrashtra, Takshaka and Kalia. Also known as Nav Naga Stotram, this powerful mantra of the nine nagas can be chanted on Nag Panchami, Naga Chaturthi and Shasti days.
9 Naag Devata Mantra Lyrics in English
Anantam Vasukim Shesham
Padmanabham cha Kambalam
Taxakam Kaliyam Tatha
Phala Sruthi (Merits of Recital)
Etani Nava Navaami Naganancha Mahatmana
Sayam Patenityam Prathahkaale Visheshita
Tasya Vishabhayam Naasti Sarvatra Vijayaa Bhaveth
Nine Naga Devata Mantra Meaning
The names of the 9 Naag Devatas - Anant, Vasuki, Shesh, Padmanabh, Kambal, Shankhapal, Dhrutrashtra, Takshak and Kalia – if prayed daily in the morning will keep one protected from all evils and helps to become victorious in life.
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Indian Music is a major tantra, in the making of Indian instruments, playing Indian instruments and in the music itself, is one of the biggest Tantra's there is and when harnessed will take you to your beloved quickly... mantra goes into the making of the instruments to infusing the divine into the body of the instrument, this is Puja, Saraswathi Puja.. and when the instruments are played.
Devi and Deva come alive just as one would sit at the dhumi ... the instrument is the Indian musician's dhumi..
And in Bhakti Yoga therer is also a technique.. yes it is pure Love and Devotion and nothing can get in the way of the heart but there is a technique.... The Vaishnava Bauls of Bengal are masters of this technique or Tantra of Bhakti Yoga....they are mystics, masters of the mysticism of sound and bhakti.... with their mystic drum Ananda Lahari and mystic ektara which they call Gopi Yantra..
By Trishula Das
SAUNAKA: According to the Vishnu Purana, Saunaka or Shaunaka was the son of Gritsamada. Shaunaka is the name applied to teachers. It also applies to a Shakha of the Atharva Veda. Shaka is a Hindu theological school that specializes in learning Vedic texts. He is said to have invented the system of the four levels of human life.
In legends, he is also identified with Gritsamada, a Vedic Rishi. Gritsamada was a rishi credited with most of Mandala 2 of the Rig Veda. But Gritsamada rishi attributed the works to his son Kurma and Somahuti. There are wrtings to the effect that Gritsamada was a son of Shunahotra of the family of Angiras but Lord Indra had him transferred to the Bhrigu family. There is also a reference to the clan of Gritsamada. So they were probably different persons altogether except the Rig veda connections.
Saunaka is also said to be the guru of Katyayana and Ashvalayana. Katyayana was a Sanskrit grammarian, mathematician and Vedic priest. The Varttika, an elaboration on Panini grammar is attributed to him. Together with Mahabhasya of Patanjali, the Varttika became a core part of the Vyakarana grammar canon. Katyayana also composed the later Sulba Sutras. These Sutras belong to Srauta ritual containing geometry related to fire-altar construction. Legends have it that he was also known as Gritsamada, a Vedic rishi. Asvalayana, on the other hand is listed as shakha for Saunaka’s Carana-vyuha.
Shaunaka is also the name of a celebrated Sanskrit grammarian who was the author of Rig Veda Pratisakhya, the Brhaddevata , the Carana-vyuha and six Anukramanis or indices to the Rig Veda.
The Rig Veda Pratishakhya is the oldest phonetics textbooks describing pronunciation, intonation and Sanskrit rules of sandhi or word combination. This is specific to individual schools or Shakas of the Vedas. The Brhaddevata is a metrical Sanskrit catalogue of Rig Vedic deities worshipped in the individual Suktas of hymns of the Rig Veda. It also contains the myths and legends related to the composition of these Suktas.
Anukramanis are systematic indices of the Vedic hymns recording poetic meter, content and traditions of authorship. The six Anukramanis of the Rigveda ascribed to Shaunaka are: Anuvakanukramani, Arshanukramani,Chandonukramani, Devatanukramani,Padanukramani and Suktanukramani.
Saunaka plays a prominent role in the Mahabharata. It was narrated to him in the Naimisha forests by Ugrshravas Sauti during a conclave of sages headed by Saunaka. He visits the sages during the 12th year of their yagna at Naimisha. The guest, after having attended Janamejaya‘s snake sacrifice, visited several holy places including Kurukshetra before arriving at this place. At the sages’ request, he starts narrating the Mahabarata as he heard it from Vyasa’s disciple Vaisampayana in Janamejaya’s snake-sacrifice.
Janamejaya, although he had made his peace with the Naga, was not of a calm mind. The thought of his father, who had been killed by the Naga prince, continued to trouble him. “You knew my ancestors,”' said Janamejaya to Vyasa, “tell me about them.” Vyasa said that he had already told the story of the Bharata race to his disciple Vaisampayana in the forest. So, while Vyasa rested and listened, Vaisampayana narrated the epic to all present. Takshaka, Astika, King Janamejaya and all those present at the snake sacrifice sat enthralled as we heard the Mahabharata, which I will presently start to narrate. Thus did Ugrashravas Sauti narrate the epic to the group of sages who gathered around Saunaka's fire in the Naimisha forest.
Hara Hara Mahadeva
(draft Mahabharata, Demigods and Sages)
He is a fool that practises truth without knowing the difference between truth and falsehood, said Sri Krishna to Arjuna in the Karna Parva of the Mahabharatha. ‘Satyameva Jayate’ means Truth Alone Triumphs. This is a mantra from Mundaka Upanishad 3:
Truth alone conquers, not falsehood. By truth is laid out the path leading to the gods by which the sages whose desires are satisfied ascend to where the supreme home of truth is. Vast, divine, its form unthinkable, subtler than the subtle, it shines out, farther than the far, yet close-by resting in the secret place, even here it is seen by those with vision.
But falsehood is always not the opposite of truth; so truth is both objective and subjective perception. Reality of Truth also changes as one’s perception changes. Then again individual perception does not have common maturity and perception also becomes subjective. The truth of the human mind is relative and therefore but a perception of that which is True. If our perception of a truth were in fact ‘the Truth’, we would find no such thing as a half-truth. So, what is the Truth? Om
Wisdom by Yogi Ananda Saraswathi
HATHA YOGA is not just practice of postures. It is a door to the mastery of will power and unleasing dormant possibilities within the body. ‘Ha’ means Sun and ‘Tha’ means Moon. The framework of Hatha yoga is framed around the imagery, symbolism and philosophical concept of Shiva Shakti. Shiva stands for ‘Self’ while Parvati stands for ‘Shakti.’ Their symbiosis is Bliss as the hatha yoga practioner regards himself married to that Self. Thus, Hatha yoga is a discipline that harnesses and combines different currents of the body to invoke all-powerful Kundalini force. This yoga traces spiritual traditions initiated by Lord Shiva himself.
According to legends yogis like Matsyendranath and Gorakhanath carried on this mythology to historical one. One story that has come down many generations is of Matsyaendranath overhearing the secret teachings of Lord Shiva and thus, gaining knowledge, becomes a disciple. Pajanjali is considered to be the standard texts for yoga Ancient texts like Hatha Yoga Pradipika and Shiva Samhita, establishes the origin of Hatha Yoga.
Shaivite Siddhars are bent on Hatha yoga as a spiritual science based on Shiva Tattva and Kundalini enlightenment. To a Hatha Yogi, the body is not a mere mass of living matter, but a mystic bridge between the spiritual and the physical being. This yoga is designed to gain in-depth understanding of our body and to unleash its power and strength to obtain our higher selves. This is the doctrine around which the rigorous physical regime of Hatha Yoga is based upon culminating as the Raja yoga summit.
Hara Hara Mahadeva. Yogi Ananda Saraswathi
Om. Although Shiva- Shakti is seen as one form of Ardhanarishvara, Shakti does not give up altogether. They share the multiplicity of powers, collectively called the Five Shaktis: (1) the ability to conceive of each other as separate, (2) absolute satisfaction in their unity, (3) divine will, (4) full and complete knowledge, and (5) the power to act. She may be a consort or earthly wife, She has Her own ways to serve
Yogi Ananda Saraswathi
EKADAH RUDRA-SHIVA are the eleven Rudra incarnations. Nandeeshwar incarnation is the first incarnation of Rudra as Shambu. This is followed by Pinaki, Girish, Stanu, Bharg, Sadashiva, Shiva, Hara, Sharva, Kapali and Bhava. Shatarudriya hymns celebrates Rudra in his eleven forms as: Aghora (benevolent); Kapardi (with matted hair); Girisha (Lord of mountains) ; Bhima( terrible) ; Nilagriva (blue throated); Trayambaka (three eyed); Sabhapathi (master of the assembly); Ganapathi (leader of the hosts); Senani(commander of forces); Samkara(doer of good ); and Shambhu (appearing for the welfare of all).
Corresponding to the eleven Rudras, the Vishnu Purana names the eleven Shaktis or Rudranis as Dhi; Vritti; Usana; Uma; Niyuta; Sarpi; Ila; Ambika; Iravathi; Sudha; and Diksha.
What does Ekadah Rudra-Shiva symbolise? In the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad the Rishi Yajnavalkya at one stage says “The eight Vasus, eleven Rudras, twelve Adityas, Indra and Prajapati are the thirty-three gods”. He goes on to explain: Katame rudra iti: “Who are the Rudras?” and says “The ten senses and the mind make eleven. These are the Rudras.” When the senses and the mind leave the body, they make one cry in anguish.” While a person is alive, these eleven: the senses and the mind, subject the individual to their demands, and make him cry in agony if he violates their laws.
The senses are ten in number, the five organs of action and the five organs of perception. The Mind is the eleventh. We can also mention the five sensory experiences – tanmatras, which are responsible for our feelings of attraction and aversion to the things we perceive. The ten sense organs together with the mind and the subtle senses are the main instruments through which Nature deludes the beings by subjecting them to the desire for sense objects and the attachment arising from them. Out of desire comes attachment and out of attachment a person becomes deluded by seeking things in order to satisfy his or her craving.
Hara Hara Mahadeva. Yogi Ananda Saraswathi Wisdom
Om mystically embodies the essence of the entire universe. It is the entire subject matter of Mandukya Upanishad. Om is Trinity of the three worlds and represents the manifest and unmanifest nature of God. In Yoga it is used for auditory meditation. In Shaivite Puranas, it is the mark of the Linga and sign of Lord Shiva. Vaishnaitves hold Om to be Vishnu, consort Shri and the worshiper. Om Om Om
Om. Once someone noticed demons all around and felt the need to get rid of them. They did not budge, so our chap thought he could use his teaching skills and started to preach Vedas, Upanishads and Puranas. God and Self realisation was the essence and Dharma was used as the central theme in the story telling. The demons were still there like a hawky thorns on a rose stem. So, our chap reversed the strategy. Since they were staying put, he thought there could be something good in their company. And so he surrendered to the demons; perhaps they have something to teach!
They neither taught nor left. The largest of them had fierce fires emanating from their nose. The whole exercise was tiring as one had to spend relentless hours on this endeavour. The demons were not there to learn or teach. Finally our chap offered himself completely and stepped towards the big demon. It was then that the demons bowed low and dissolved into space. A mirror reflects our physical being; our mind reflects our thoughts. Teaching and learning can also be a delusion....
Ganesha ... are you ready to move ahead..
Om. Spiritual pursuit calls for reconciliation and balance between several paradigms of spiritual and worldly life. Perhaps you are not ready. Even if you are, then it seems to diminish faster than the thought due to oncoming obstacles. Sometimes it is a momentary feeling like last night’s dream. Or it is like going through a picture album without absorbing the essence. Nothing seems to offer an integral solution. Ignorance is free commodity and it is left to the individual to relegate oneself to cheap seats in God’s world. Alternatively one can make conceited efforts with sincerity. There is a difference between idealisms of wishing to join the neighbour or focused wanting of a pursuit. In the Hindu bhakti path, Lord Ganesha is the Remover of Obstacles. Ganesha is ever ready to bless and grace your efforts. The question is, if you are ready, that is wanting to move forward.....?
Yogi Ananda Saraswathi ... Wisdom..
What came first, the chicken or the egg? Can an egg ‘come’ for it has no legs! But one can expand imagination to think there is a squirrel like form causing circular running within to cause an egg to roll and come first. But come from where? One can say ‘someone’ invented the egg first and put a chicken inside, then sat on it and hatched. Taking the jovial side of life, can the egg ‘cum’ by itself as it has no penis? So that takes you to Darwin or the theory of organs and stretching that, you may ponder the Linga-Yoni. In all, it has been perfect and balanced so far like the self-fertilizing Yin and Yang egg.
The egg must have come from the Universe, or is it the other way around for the Universe to be the creation of a Cosmic Egg? Pralaya, in Hindu cosmology, is an aeonic term for Dissolution. The Matsya Purana stated that after Mahapralaya, the great dissolution of the Universe, there was darkness everywhere. Everything was in a state of sleep. There was nothing, either moving or static. Then Svayambhu, Self-manifested Being arose, which is a form beyond senses. It created the primordial waters first and established the seed of creation into it.
The Hiranyagarbha Sukta from Rig Veda 10.121 states that the seed turned into a Golden Womb, into which Svayambhu entered into the egg. According to Manu, Hiranyagarbha was Brahma, the first male, formed by the indiscernible eternal First Cause in a golden egg resplendent as the sun. "Having continued a year in the egg, Brahma divided it into two parts by his mere thought, and with these two shells he formed the heavens and the earth; and in the middle he placed the sky, the eight regions, and the eternal abode of the waters."
While Iswara is the causative principle -karanabhutam, Hiranyagarbha is the dynamic or the active principle - karyabhutam. He is also called Brahma who as the creative and dynamic principle uses the forms existing in Him and brings forth the Beings.
The word 'brah' means “bursting out or bringing forth” and 'ahm' means ego. Brahma is therefore he who brings forth many 'ahms' or egos or beings into this world using his divine power and matter and pouring life breath into them. Hiranyagarbha is not an eternal being, but comes into existence at the beginning of creation and becomes dissolved in Iswara at the end of creation.
The Cosmic Egg, as prana-producing entity, is the absolute symbol that describes the concept of the co-existence of the dual forces of Prakriti and Purusha. Thus Ardhanarishvara form represents the biological unity of the outward duality, which the human mind has perceived in all things and in the entire creative process. Together, Shakti and Shiva blend as One as they go about the functions of creation, protection, sustenance and destruction of the material world.
One need not pay much attention to puns that Hindu cosmic eggs are intelligently designed to spawn penises in a million years. We will just accept the pun to be Lingas and there you have the Hiranyagarbha which came first, which stretching will lead to the philosophy of the Yin and Yang of Ardhanasirshwara!
Hara Hara Mahadeva
by Yogi Ananda Saraswathi
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~ Hanuman Chalisa produced music Composed by Babukishan
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Das Khyeppa Baul
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to Sitaram Das Omkarnathji
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Ananadamayi Ma & Purna Das Baul
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-Old Cherokee saying.....
Jyotirlinga's Shrines in India
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Nitai Sundar Sri Nityananda
Tantra the most misunderstood.
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