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Monday, August 07, 2006

Moksha mantra

Maha mritunjaya mantra is from the Rig-Veda (7th Book or Mandala, 59 Chapter) and needs initiation for attaining Siddhi.

Maha Mruthyunjaya Mantra
Tryambakam yajamahe
Sugandham Pushti vardhanam
uruva rukumiva bandhanath
mruthyor muksheeya mamruthhaath
I meditate on, and surrender myself to, the Divine Being who embodies the power of will, the power of knowledge, and the power of action. I pray to the Divine Being who manifests in the form of fragrance in the flower of life and is the eternal nourisher of the plant of life. Like a skillful gardener, may the Lord of Life disentangle me from the binding forces of my physical, psychological, and spiritual foes. May the Lord of Immortality residing within free me from death, decay, and sickness and unite me with immortality.

The path to Nirvan is made so simple due to the immense love Bhagawan Bhole Nath has. He goes out of his way to teach us what is to be done and what path should be taken. He is thus the finest and easiest to please.

2 comments:

  1. Om Namah Shivah. My first visit here, and sure will be back again. Thank you ever so much for Bhagwan Ramana Maharshi's darshan. It was my first.

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  2. Tryambakam yajamahe
    Sugandham Pushti vardhanam
    uruva rukumiva bandhanath
    mruthyor muksheeya mamruthhaath

    Hara om. My first visit to your nice website on lord shiva. May I point you to make small corrections in the manthra

    OM TRAYAMBAKAM YAJAMAHE
    SUGANDHIM PUSHTI VARDHANAM
    URVARUKAMIVA BANDHANAN
    MRITHYORMRKISHEEYA MAMRUTHATH

    Hey Lord Shiva,I invoke you to bestow on me a sugandhiyutha pushtiyuktha body with increasing pushti
    The cucumber when it is not ripe, cannot be separated from the mother plant. But when cucumber is ripe, it can very easily be taken from the plant. So, Lord shiva, as it is so easy for cucumber to be separated from its mother, as easily as that, please liberate me from the clutches of Mrithyu, so that it leads to my amrithathva.
    Amrithathva also means 120 years.

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