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Monday, October 07, 2013

Pratyangira Devi Moola Mantra + Mala Mantra


Sat Chit Ananda Parabrahma
Purushothama Paramatma
Sri Bhagavathi Sametha
Sri Bhagavathe Namaha

This mantra evokes the living God, asking protection and freedom from all sorrow and suffering. It is a prayer that adores the great creator and liberator, who out of love and compassion manifests, to protect us, in an earthly form. This Moolamantra has given great peace and joy to people all over the world, who have chanted, or even listened to it. It has the power to transport ones mind to the state of causeless love and limitless joy. The calmness that the mantra can give is to be experienced, not spoken about. Dear reader, here is the key with which any door to spiritual treasure could be opened. A tool which can be used to achieve all desires. A medicine which cures all ills. The nectar that can set man free! All auspiciousness and serenity is yours simply by chanting or listening to this magnificent Moolamantra.

Whenever you chant the Moolamantra even without knowing the meaning of it, that itself carries power. But when you know the meaning and chant with that feeling in your heart then the energy would flow million times more powerful. Therefore it is essential to know the meaning of the Mantra when you use it.

The Mantra is like calling a name. Just like when you call a person he comes and makes you feel his presence, the same manner when you chant this mantra, the supreme energy manifests everywhere around you. As the Universe is Omnipresent, the supreme energy can manifest anywhere and any time. It is also very important to know that the invocation with all humility, respect and with great necessity makes the presence stronger.

This Vedic Sanskirt chant was given to humanity through the Grace of Sri Bhagavan and Sri Amma. When you chant this Mantra, even without knowing the meaning of it, that itself carries power. But when you know the meaning and chant it with feeling in your heart then the energy will flow a million times more powerfully. It is therefore important to know the meaning of the Moola Mantra when you use it.

This Mantra is like calling a name. Just like when you call a person he comes and makes you feel his presence, in the same manner when you chant this mantra the Supreme Energy manifests everywhere around you. As the Universe is omnipresent, this Supreme Energy can manifest anywhere and any time. It is also very important to know that invocation of the Moola Mantra with deep humility, respect and with great necessity makes The Divine Presence stronger.

OM has got 100 different meanings. It is said, in the beginning was the Supreme word and the word created every thing. That word is OM. If you are meditating in silence deeply, you can hear the sound OM within. The whole of creation emerged from the sound OM. It is the primordial sound or the Universal sound by which the whole universe vibrates. OM also means inviting the higher energy. This divine sound has the power to create, sustain and destroy, giving life and movement to all that exist.

SAT means all penetrating existence that is formless, shapeless, omnipresent, attribute less, and quality less aspect of the Universe. It is the Unmanifest. It is experienced as emptiness of the Universe. We could say it is the body of the Universe that is static. Everything that has a form and that can be sensed, evolved out of this Un manifest. It is so subtle that it is beyond all perceptions. It can only be seen when it has become gross and has taken form. We are in the Universe and the Universe is in us. We are the effect and Universe is the cause and the cause manifests itself as the effect.

CHIT is the Pure Consciousness of the Universe that is infinite, omni-present manifesting power of the Universe. Out of this is evolved everything that we call Dynamic energy or force. It can manifest in any form or shape. It is the consciousness manifesting as motion, as gravitation, as magnetism, etc. It is also manifesting as the actions of the body, as thought force. It is the Supreme Spirit.

ANANDA means bliss, love and friendship nature of the Universe. When you experience either the Supreme Energy in this Creation (SAT) and become one with the Existence or experience the aspect of Pure Consciousness (CHIT), you enter into a state of Divine Bliss and eternal happiness (ANANDA). This is the primordial characteristic of the Universe, which is the greatest and most profound state of ecstasy that you can ever experience when you relate with your higher Consciousness.

PARABRAHMA is the Supreme Being in his Absolute aspect; one who is beyond space and time. It is the essence of the Universe that is with form and without form. It is the Supreme creator.

PURUSHOTHAMA has got different meanings. Purusha means soul and Uthama means the supreme; the Supreme spirit. It also means the supreme energy of force guiding us from the highest world. Purusha also means Man, and PURUSHOTHAMA is the energy that incarnates as an Avatar to help and guide Mankind and relate closely to the beloved Creation.

PARAMATMA means the supreme inner energy that is immanent in every creature and in all beings, living and non-living. It's the indweller or the Antaryamin who resides formless or in any form desired. It's the force that can come to you whenever you want and wherever you want to guide and help you.

SRI BHAGAVATI is the Feminine aspect, which is characterized as the Supreme Intelligence in action, the Power (The Shakti). It is referred to the Mother Earth (Divine Mother) aspect of the creation.

SAMETHA means together or in communion with.

SRI BHAGAVTE is the Masculine aspect of the Creation, which is unchangeable and permanent.

NAMAHA is salutations or prostrations to the Universe that is OM and also has the qualities of SAT-CHIT-ANANDA, that is omnipresent, unchangeable and changeable at the same time, the supreme spirit in a human form and formless, the indweller that can guide and help in the feminine and masculine forms with the supreme intelligence. I seek your presence and guidance all the time.

Sri Pratyangira is a powerful Devi who is greatly spoken about in the Adharvana Veda - one of the four Vedas (namely - Rig, Yajur, Sama and Adharvana Vedas). She, who is always seated on a lion, is also known as Narasimhika [in Kalisahasranama Stotram]. Devi Pratyangira appears as a ferocious half human-half lion form with four hands [lower right hand holding the soolam/knife, lower left hand holding the abalam, upper right hand holding the damarugam (drum) and upper left hand holding the snake]. The powers generated from the Maha Pratyangira Moola Mantra Maala Mantra Homam will be transmitted into the Sri Mariamman Utsava Murthi. A significant feature of this Maha Homam, as mentioned in the Adharvana Veda, is that unsalted cooked Vada soaked in honey, lemons, spicy dried chillies, and ghee should be the primary offerings to the maha homam.

 | Sri Prathyangira maala mantra ||

Om nama krsna vaa'sase
Sadha sahasra kodi singhaasane
Sahasra vathane asdaatha sabuje maha bale
Maha bala balaakrame ajithe abaraajithe
Thevy Maha prathyangire prathyangirase
An'ya para karma vith thuvamsini
Para mantro chaadini
Para mantro saathini
Sarva bootha thamani
Ge'am Sa'um prem greem grom
Maam sarva ubathra vepya'ha
Sarva aapathyo raksha raksha
Raam greem Sreem grom
Sarva thevanaam mugam stambaya stambaya
Sarva viknam chinthi chinthi
Sarva thushdaan bakshaya bakshaya
Vakhtralaya jvaala jikve karaalavathane
Sarva yenthraani skodaya skodaya ;throdaya throdaya
Prathyasura samuthraan vithraavaya vithraavaya
Sam ravoothra moorthe
Maha Prathyangire, Maha Vithye, shaanthim kuru kuru
Mama sakthron bakshaya bakshaya
Om kraam kreem krum Jambe jambe
Mohe mohe Stambe stambe
Om kreem um'bat swaha
Om kreem eem gla'um sreem sa'um
Aim u'm krsna vasane
Sadha sahasra simma vathane
Ashdaatha sabuje maha bale
Sadha paraakrama poojithe
Ajithe abaraajithe thevy prathyangire
Para saiv'ya para karma vith'thuvamsini
Para manthra para yanthra para thanthra uch'chagini
Para vithya grasa gare sarva bootha thamani
Sham gla'um sa'um eem greem glim glaam iyek'kyegi
Prathyangire chitha chith'roobe
Sarva upathra vepya'ha
Sarva graga thoshepya'ha
Sarva logepya'ha
Prathyangire maam raksha raksha
Graam greem groom gra'im ra'um knaha
Shaam sheem shoom sha'im sha'um cha'ha
Glaam gleem gloom gla'im gla'um gla'ha
Prathyangire para bramha mahishi
Parama kaarunike 'ehi
Mama sarire aaveshaya aaveshaya
Mama grathaye skura skura
Mamaam shep praskura praskura
Sarva thoshtaanaam vaasham
Mugam vatham stambaya stambaya
Jikvaam keelaya keelaya
Uth'thim vinaashaya vinaashaya
Prathyangire maha kundalini chandrakala vathamsini
Vethaala vaagane prathyangire kabaala maala thaarini
Thrisoola pathraangushabaana
Baanasana paanipaathra buritham
Mama sathru sronitham biba biba
Mama sathrun maam samkaathaya kaathaya
Mama sathrun thaadaya thaadaya
Mama vairijanaan thaga thaga
Mama vithvesha kaarinam
See'krameba bakshaya bakshaya
Sri Prathyangire bakthakaarunike
See'krame vathayaam kuru kuru
Sathyo jvara jaakya mukthim kuru kuru
Vethaala bramma raaksha saathim jagi jagi
Mama sathrun thaadaya thaadaya
Praa'rabtha sanjitha priyamaanaan thaga thaga
Thooshagaan shakthyotheertha
Roga yukthaan kuru kuru
Prathyangire,praana sakthi maye
Mama vairi jana pranaan gana gana
Marthaya marthaya naashaya naashaya
Om sreem greem gleem sa'um gla'um
Prathyangire maha maaye
Thevy thevy mama vaanjitham kuru kuru
Maam raksha raksha Prathyangire swaha ||

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