Mantra is a set of specific words in a particular
configuration and rhythm by chanting which one can fulfil
wishes. Tantra means a method to perform a worship
in a systemised way. Yantra is a geometric figure inscribed
on a metallic plate or paper and is the confluence of the
powers of the specific God. When a Mantra is chanted according
to the proper Tantra, the sound vibrations gather force from
the Yantra and after reflecting from its surface spread out
into the universe and reach the concerned God. These vibrations
come into contact with the form of the God, gather divine
powers and blessings from Him and return to the Sadhak
thus instilling divinity into him and giving him power to
achieve supernatural goals. Thus, to achieve fulfillment of
life three ingredients Mantra, Tantra and Yantra are essential
because all three are supplements of each other. The ancient Indian sages and ascetics had achieved full perfection
and harmony with the nature, and they could perform seemingly
impossible feats. The Ramayan, Mahabharat and other Indian
texts are full of such examples, but today the so-called "rational"
mind dismisses them as mere myths and superstition.
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These ancient Indian sciences and Sadhanas, which had once
raised India to the highest echelons in all spheres, in the
world scene. The knowledge of Mantras, Tantras and Sadhnas,
to make their magic work for themselves. There are special
Mantras to solve problems like marital problems, marriage
of children, increasing debts, enemies, problems at work etc.
Sadhna is a perfect science and if performed correctly under
the guidance of an able Guru always succeeds and bestows results.
And once the new-initiates had the first taste of success,
they would with added vigour try more Sadhnas and even introduce
their friends and relatives to this unique Guru. It was a
sort of chain reaction which went on for years till millions
of Sadhaks had been initiated into the world of Sadhnas by
this selfless Guru.Chakras Kundalini is the sleeping dormant force in every human being
represents symbolically as a shinning serpent coiled three
and a half times. It is known as the fire of primal energy
situated at the root of the spire at the perineum in the male
or the germinal gland, which is between urinary and excretory
organs. If the female it is located at the base of the uterus
in the cervix. The point where the energy is called MOOLADHARA
CHAKRA the static support of the entire body and its creative
energy forces. This energy is the highest manifestation of
consciousness in the human body and represents the creative
force of the world manifested in human being. The Kundalini
is the embodiment of all powers and forms and in the seat
of all physical and mental manifestations. It is the fountainhead
of energy and knowledge and is not an object of visualization,
but a simple entity in the form of light.The awakening of
Kundalini involves vigorous training in terms of yogic asanas,
pranayama, kriya yoga and meditation. It is actual forcing
of prana (vital force) in to the sears of Kundalini
that enables the energy to move upwards through CHAKRAS, centers
situated in the central nervous canal to the brain. This awakening
is akin to stimulating the silent areas of the brain. The
awakening of Kundalini takes the human being into a different
level of consciousness and this transforms the whole perception.
On physical level too there will be changes. There will be
a change in voice, along with a change in body odor and hormone
flow.The Kundalini is embodied where concepts of time and
space are non-existent. This power is believed to arrive from
the unconscious plane and it moves up through different phases
until it unites with the supreme consciousness; it unites
with the supreme consciousness. The passage of this energy
is through channels called Chakras. The vital energy in the
body is organized around specific centers which are not a
part of the physical body but belong to the casual body. But
they do correspond to the various plexus of in the human body.
These specific centers are Chakras.These charkas have particular
rates of vibration. The unconscious state lies in the Root
or Muladhana Chakra, while the supreme consciousness is in
the crown (or Shastara Chakra) which is in the crown of the
The active energy is distributed through the Chakras
as well as intricate network comprises of Nadis, which are
channels that help flow of consciousness. It is said that
there are 72,000 Nadis distributed all over the body. Ida
Pingala and Sushumna are the nadis vital for the
flow of Prans. Ida which flows in the left and Pingala which
is on the right and Sushumna which is in the middle starts
from root Chakra and ends in crown, joining in charkas, on
the way. Chakras, which are located in the spiral column,
distribute impulses. The energy focused in the Chakras determines
the personality and level of consciousness of the individual.Sickness
is always a physical expression of spiritual discord, which
can also be dealt with on a subtler plane.The charkas are
corrected between energy body and physical body and also connected
with Kundalini. The energy quality of the Chakra is purely
a subtle vibration and is the source of life energy.Each Chakra
has distinct color, sound and form, when breath passes through
them; each Chakra forces its own movements and energy through
nerve currents. Each of these current influences the construction
of the body corresponding to the particular center which is
active at that time.Every Chakra has a given number of nerve
currents and these ate symbolized by lotus petals.
1. Mooldhara or root Chakra.This Chakra is located in the
perineum for male and cervix for female. Symbolically represented
as four crimson petalled lotus and a triangle facing downwards.
The square in this is yellow and represent solid matter. The
vibration with which the Chakra rotates creates the sound
lam which is called the Bija mantra. The breath
stays in this Chakra for 20 minutes. While meditating on this
Chakra there is bound to be tremendous amount of sexual sensitivity.
2. Swadistana or Sacrum Chakra.Swadhistana is
ones own abode, which means it is the abode of Kundalini.
The location of the Chakra is at the base of spinal column.
It is the level of the tailbone and cervix. It is believed
that those who meditate on this Chakra get liberated from
all internal enemies and lower forms of energy like lust,
greed, anger, passion sexual desire and fantasies, depression,
procrastination, lethargy etc. Other psychic qualities attainable
are a sudden awakening of intuitive knowledge, a loss of fear
of water and awareness of astral entities. A flash of yellow
light during meditation indicates energy of mooladhara where
as a blue light indicates the energy of Swadhistana. This
Chakra is represented as a six petaled orange red lotus, which
shaped as half moon. The element is water and the color bluish.
It governs the sense of taste. The bija mantra is ' Vam'.
3. Manipura Chakra or Solar Plexus Chakra.Center of qualities
like will achievement, energy and dynamism. It is located
on the inner well of spinal column, just behind navel and
is related anatomically to the solar plexus and controls the
heat of the body. It is an important Chakra in the process
of awakening of Kundalini. A yellow ten petalled lotus symbolizes
the Chakra. The form and graphic shape is a red triangle facing
upward. The element is fix and governs the sense of sight.Manipura
is responsible for evensong of the various system of the body.
Meditating on this Chakra helps in the correct diagnosis of
diseases. The color of this Chakra is red and bija mantra
4. Anahata or Heart Chakra.The Chakra is associated with
heart that beats with constant rhythm. Anahata
means unbeaten. This Chakra is situated on the inner wall
of spinal column. Meditating on this Chakra can help aspirant
to develop latent artistic laments and gain complete emotional
balance. Awakening of this Chakra brings about constant feeling
of optimism. A person who reaches this stage develops a strong
sense of touch, which can heal the ailing. This Chakra has
twelve crimson colored petals. Its color is smoky and symbolized
by two intersecting triangle each pointing opposite directions.
Its element is air its color smoky and it governs sense of
touch. Bija mantra is yam meditative on thin Chakra
emotional problem can be controlled.
5. Visuddhi or Throat Chakra.Situated behind pit of the throat
and is in cervical plexus. Meditation on this Chakra helps
develop keen sense of hearing. Which is through the mind and
one through physiological plane.This Chakra is responsible
for receiving through vibrations from other people and also
for awareness of part present and future.Symbolized by circle
and sixteen-petered lotus, it is purple in color. Element
is space, its color blue and it governs the sense of hearing.
Visudhi is the refining center, which controls the secret
of youth and rejuvenation. Bija mantra is Ham.
6. Ajna or Inner eye chakra.Ajna- in sanskrit
means command which makes the monitoring center.
Located directly behind eyebrow center in brain. Aspirant
normally meditates on the eyebrow center. Awakening of this
Chakra brings about knowledge without the help of senses.
The seeker attains purified higher intelligence and intuitive
knowledge. Ajna represented by two parallel lotuses has intangible
color. Its element is mind. The vibration of this Chakra is
bija mantra Om- this Chakra is on the subtle plane.
7. Sahashara Chakra Crown Chakra.It is not a Chakra but a
point of culmination of energy rising through different Chakras.
The name means a thousand petalled lotus and is symbolized
by a rose colored thousand-petalled lotus. Power of Chakras
lies in Sahasrara. It is actually a merging of Prana and the
supreme consciousness.The union between purusha and prakruti
or shiva (male energy) and shakti (female energy) takes place
and it indicates a starting point of new experience. With
this union path of self-realization begins. The merging of
two forces creates absolute silence. The awakening of Kundalini
involves self-discipline, controlled diet and practice of
yoga.An easy and succulent technique using the mantra Soham
(I am he) also helps to achieve this. Yoga and mind
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT STATES OF MIND?Many commentators on
the yoga sutra of Patanjali, talk about five states of human
mind. They are Ksipta, Mudha, Viksipta, Ekagra and Nirodha.Ksipta,
is a very agitated and disturbed state of mind. Mudha is a
state of mind that is comparable to that of a fool. Viksipta
is when the mind is in a disturbed state, but is able to think.
Ekagra is a state where one is able to focus in one direction.
This state is closer to the Nirodha state. Nirodha is a state
where the mind is completely absorbed in only one direction
for a length of time.WHAT IS MIND?Mind can be understood by
what it does. Patanjali categorizes the different activities
of the mind into five.
Pramana is correct perception. This is possible either through
direct perception, or inference, or through a reference.Viparyaya
is wrong perception. This occurs when the mind perceives something,
which is not consistent with the reality. Either it is partial
perception or wrong perception.Vikalpa is imagination. Imagination
can be, based on fancy. So often we imagine about different
things, which probably we never have seen also.Nidra is deep
sleep, absence of mental activities, because of inertia.Smriti
is memory. This is perhaps the most powerful activity of the
mind. We are able to retain, what we have experienced.Patanjali
asserts that memory is never lost.IS MIND A CRUEL MASTER OR
FAITHFUL SERVANT?Patanjali in his Yoga Sutra describes the
different characteristics of the mind - its strengths, its
weaknesses and its apparently ever-changing nature. When disciplined,
it functions as a faithful servant. Otherwise it becomes a
cruel, master - the cause for much of human suffering.In his
sutras, Patanjali declares that human mind, which is the cause
for much of the suffering we undergo, can also be disciplined
in a way that it becomes a tool to get rid of suffering.However
the path towards happiness is not easy. There will be a lot
of obstacles.WHAT ARE THE OBSTACLES ?Patanjali in his sutras
lists nine obstacles that one faces in the pursuit of disciplining
the human mind:Vyadhi or disease is the first obstacle. In
his commentary on the Yoga sutra, Vyasa has defined vyadhi
as the imbalance of the dhatu, rasa and karana. Dhatus are
the building materials of the human body - e.g. Bone, skin,
flesh etc. Rasa is the fluid in the body like blood, water
etc. Karana are the senses.Styana is heaviness or laziness
which prevents us from acting.Samsaya or doubt is the third
obstacle. When we are in doubt we do not know which way to
follow. This is the state of confusion.Pramada or haste is
the next one. Often our actions are hasty. In many cases,
we first act and then only think. This is our big obstacle.Alasya
is lack of enthusiasm. We start of with lot of enthusiasm,
but slowly it weans away. This is another obstacle to progress.Avirati
is lack of discipline. We are tempted by objects of the senses.Bhrantidarsana
is illusions. We often live in illusions far from reality.
When confronted with reality, it is too much for us to handle
or accept.Alabdhabhumikatva is lack of progression. We proceed
with a plan, and we do not progress in it. We get disappointed
because of this.Anavastitattva, is our regression. We sometimes
progress, but sometimes we fall back. Our inability to accept
this is also an obstacle to progress.A person with any of
these obstacles is considered a disturbed or a sick personHOW
TO IDENTIFY A DISTURBED PERSON?Though the obstacles are quite
deferrer from each other, their symptoms are similar Patanjali
lists only four symptoms that can be associated with persons
with any of these obstacles. Duhkha is a feeling which is
not comfortable. The person is feeling suffocated and wants
to get out of this situation. There is pain which is either
physical, mental or emotional.
Daurmanasya is depression and other stress related symptoms,
pessimism included.Angamejayatva is physical trembling, rise
in temperature, shivering, unsteadiness of the physical parts
of the body etc. For example - inability to sit quietly.Svasaprasvasa
is disturbance and/ or difficulty in breathing. Symptoms like
gasping, panting, short of breath etc.
WHAT ARE THE SOLUTIONS?Patanjali offers a range of solutions
to those who are affected by these symptoms.They are as follows.
1. Tat pratisedhartam ekatatabhyasahOne of the first solutions
he gives is "to proceed in one direction. Often when
we, are trying to reach a goal, and when not successful, we
try to change our direction'', Patanjali warns us against
it and urges us to continue in the same direction.
2. Maitri karuna mudita upeksanam sukha duhkha punya apunya
visayanam bhavanatah citta prasadanamAnother solution Patanjali
offers is the cultivation of some attitudes (bhavana). You
are successful in your work, but when you see someone else
more successful, do not consider him as an enemy, consider
him as your friend. This will rid you of unnecessary tension.
Similarly when someone you know is suffering, show some compassion
instead of criticizing or making merry of his downfall. Also
if one is doing good things, Patanjali suggests that you must
appreciate the person, and if some one is doing bad things,
keeping a distance is suggested.
3.Visayavati va pravrwmtpanna manasah sthiti nibandhiniAnother
intriguing solution is the inquiry into the objects that we
are attracted to. We many objects whether are often attracted
to we require them or not. This often leads us into trouble.
An inquiry into the need and role of these objects might steady
our mind and hence reduce the disturbances.
4. Pracchardana vidharanabhyam va pranasyaHere Pataniali
offers the importance of conscious regulation of breath, with
special focus on exhalation, through what is known as pranayama.
It has been often reiterated in many Indian texts that breathing
has a direct effect on the state of mind. The more disturbed
the breath, the more disturbed is the mind. By regulating
the breath, we bring some order to the breath. This in turn
makes the mind more peaceful.
5.Swapna nidra jnanalambanam vaOften our disturbances or
our states of mind are reflected in our dreams. An inquiry
into these may also prove to be helpful.
6. Vitaraga visayam va cittamWe can learn from others who
have been through similar suffering but are out of it. Their
experiences might throw light on how we can function so that
we do not undergo similar suffering.
7.Visoka va jyotismatiWhat happens to me in my dream state
is completely different from what happens to me in my awakened
state, or in my sleep. But a part of me is always conscious
to experience each of these different situations. There is
a part of me that is changing always and something else that
is experiencing this change.An inquiry into this is, another
solution offered by Patanjali to reduce our mental disturbances.
8.Isvara pranidhanadvaOne of the most important solutions
offered by Patanjali is to have complete faith in lshvara
or God. Here god is the all knowing teacher. One who has this
complete faith is beyond these obstacles.
9. Yathabhimata dhyanadvaPatanjali's yet another solution
is to meditate on anything pleasant, that can offer help.
It could be a rising sun, a full moon, a hillside scenario.
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'Siyar' is a jackal, and 'Singhi' is horns - very rare type of
jackals have horns, and these horns are called Siyar Singhi or
Siyar Singh. This should be kept in vermillion powder or 'sindoor',
and it's hair will automatically grow. Siyar Singhi bestows
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Hatha Jori or Hatha Jodi, is a wonder of nature, in which two
hands are joined together, as if in prayer. This is actually
root of a very rare plant in the shape of folded hands. This,
too, should be kept in vermillion powder or 'sindoor'. Hatha
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