MENTION THE MEANING OF KAADIVIDYA & HAADIVIDYA MANTRAS OF ADI SHANKARA ? PART-02..MANTRA-12
1-Adi Shankara or Shankaracharya was born when Hinduism as a religion was in utter chaos. The multiplicity of religious practices saw the rise of many cults all claiming to be the real Hinduism. The real Hinduism or the Sanatan Dharma was passing through a difficult phase.
2-With vedic tradition under attack, it was Shankaracharya’s genius that reinvented Hinduism and re-established the vedic tradition with his excellent commentaries on Brahamasutras, Upanishads and the Bhagavad Gita.It was his period that saw the re-emergence of Hinduism. 3-The basic contribution of Shankaracharya was his brilliant explanation of the Indian philosophical thought and his concept of advait or non-dualism that tends to give a unique position to Hinduism among a pantheon of religions.
4-Shankaracharya’s philosophy is a complete philosophy that gives a holistic explanation of Hinduism. According to him, the ultimate reality is Brahman or pure consciousness, the consciousness of the pure self that is devoid of all attributes and all categories of the intellect.
5-The common understanding of the concept of Maya as given by Shankara is that the world is an illusion and this makes the understanding of his philosophy difficult. The world for all practical purposes is real, then how can it be an illusion?
6-The concept of Maya in Shankaracharaya’s philosophy is also mentioned bhranti, a result of error of perception. This is beautifully explained with the help of the snake and the rope illusion. If we see a snake and believe that it is a rope we act as if we see a rope. On the other hand, if we see a rope and perceive it as a snake we behave as if we have seen a snake. Illusions are real as long as the error in perception is not realised.
7-Soundarya Lahari meaning waves of beauty consists of two parts viz. Ananda Lahari meaning waves of happiness (first 41 stanzas) and Soundarya Lahari(the next 59 stanzas).
8-It is believed that Lord Ganesha himself has etched the Ananda Lahari on Mount Meru(Some people believe that Sage Pushpa Dhantha did the etching).It was read from there by Sage Gouda Pada who taught it to Adhi Sankara. Adhi Sankara himself added the rest of the 59 stanzas and completed it.
9-THESE MANTRAS ARE WRITTEN IN THIS BOOK..
THE AIM OF KAADIVIDYA MANTRA IS TO GET BHOG & MOKSH(BLISS& SALVATION) WHILE.. HAADIVIDYA MANTRA IS ONLY FOR LIBERATION..
10-WHAT IS HIS MANTRA OF KADI VIDYA?---
OM KA E EE LA HRIM
HA SA KA HA LA HRIM
SA KA LA HRIM SHRIM
11-WHAT IS THE MANTRA OF HADI VIDYA------
HA SA KA LA HRIM
HA SA KA HA LA HRIM
SA KA LA HRIM
12-KAADIVIDYA MANTRA IS PROMULGATED BY---
The Mantra commencing with Ka:---
Ka ae ee la | hreem Ha sa ka ha la | hreem Sa ka la | hreem\ SHreem NOTE--This tradition has been promulgated (to make known) by Eros (Kaama)—its teachers are Paramasiva, Durvaasa, Hayagrieva and Agastya Tradition ONE is earliest and considered more important.. 13-HAADIVIDYA MANTRA IS PROMULGATED BY------
The Mantra commencing with Ha:
ha sa ka la | hreem ha sa ka ha la | hreem sa ka la | hreem The second tradition goes to Lopaamudra, wife of Agastya and was prevalent in Kerala.
WHAT IS THE DECODATION OF PANCHADASI MANTRA?---
i5 FACTS;-- 1-FIRST Line of PANCHADASI MANTRA REPRESENTS;-
Ka E I La Hreem Ka represents Kundalini shakti E – Pingala Shakti I - Ida Shakti La – Desire to enjoy (the mooladhara of all beings) Hreem : It is Beeja mantra of Bhuvaneshwari – Bhuvana means palace or House or Earth. Spiritually it means the energy that keeps the structure of the body So the first line states that kundalini takes residence at the mooladhara chakra of the body. It activates and maintains the ida and pingala nadis.(simile : 9 months in mother’s womb)
2-SECOND Line of PANCHADASI MANTRA REPRESENTS;--:
Second Line: Ha Sa Ka Ha La Hreem Ha – Outgoing breath Sa – Incoming breath Ka – Kundalini Ha – Individual consciousness La – Desire to enjoy (Mooladhara of all beings) Hreem: Energy that sustains the Body The second line reveals the state of child birth, here Kundalini starts the breathing process with Ha and Sa beeja mantras and awakens the individual consciousness (second Ha) and then it goes to sleep to start the hide aspect of hide and seek game. It creates the illusionary worlds for experiencing the desire to enjoy. In this game of hide and seek of Shri Lalitha, Soul hides from its original state (OM) and forgets its reality due to the constant flux of Ha and Sa vibration and experiences himself as an separate individual.
3-THIRD Line of PANCHADASI MANTRA REPRESENTS;- Third line: Sa Ka La Hreem SHREEM Sa – Seeking the real I Ka – Kundalini La – Desire to enjoy (Mooladhara of all beings) Hreem: Energy that sustains the Body SHREEM-MA LAKSHMI 4-The third line reveals the life of the soul in this world, who would like to return back to its original state, this is just like the child who wishes to return back to his Mother after tired of playing distracting games.
5-This return journey of Self that I am not this, not this but “I am that I am” starts when the grace of divine mother kundalini activates at mooladhara . 6-Another interpretation of the panchadasi mantra could be first internally activate and remove blocks in ida and pingala nadis by purifying and balancing them with the help of breath (Ha, Sa). 7-The best commentary I can give about this mantra is to be found in the Soundaryalahari, written by Shankaracharya. The stanza starts with Shivah Shaktih Kamah... The meanings are given here ka :Shiva as creator Brahma. e : Shakti as pure awareness, the cosmic yoni, the word of God, Saraswati i : Kama, the desire to create the cosmos. la : Kshitih, meaning condensation to dense solid state (through a succession of states: time, space, air, plasma, liquid, solid) Hrim : Brahma and Saraswati enjoying the dance and music of creation; existence and awareness together creating an interval which expands through interaction of space and time to form matter and further evolution. 8-This first group of five seed letters is called Vag-Bhava-Kuta meaning, relating to the source of speech 9- HA means- Ravi = the Sun, Passion, Pingala Nadi, the sustainer of life, aggressive male aspects, intellect, action oriented motor organs. Each of these units has its own characteristic and collective. 10-BALA SUNDARI MANTRA;-
Syllable--Aim for the first;
Kleem for the second;
Sauh for the third,
The three together constitute the second-body of the Mother-Goddess.
Aim=the head of the Mother-Goddess;
Kleem=her body from neck to waist;
Sauh=her body below the waist.
sauḥ सौः, known as parā bīja. This is also known as hṛdayabīja or amṛtabīja.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-THE TEN DIRECTIONS , THE 8 DEITIES, 9 PLANET,& TEN Mahavidhyas and their corresponding Bhairavs----- 1-East -----Indra-----SUN------MA MATANGI WITH MATANG BHAIRAV 2-South East ------Agni (fire)---VENUS----MA KAMLA WITH Narayan Bhairav 3-South-----Yama (death) --MARS----MA BAGULAMUKHI WITH Mrityunjayi Bhairav 4-South West -----Nirruti (chaotic forces)--RAHU AND KETU,
-MA CHHINMASTIKA AND MA DHUMAWATI, WITH Vikraal Bhairav AND Kaal Bhairav-Respectively 5- West -----Vayu (air)-- --SATURN--MA KAALIKA WITH Mahakal Bhairav 6-North West --Varuna (waters of life and seeds)--- MOON--MA BHUVNESWARI WITH Mahadev Bhairav 7-North----Kubera (unlimited wealth)---MERCURY--MA TRIPUR-Sundari – WITH Laliteshwar Bhairav 8- North East--- Isana = controller of unlimited wealth---JUPITER---MA TARA --WITH Akshabhya Bhairav 9-NADIR /EARTH-(LAGNA)--- MA TRIPUR Bhairavi WITH Batuk Bhairav
10-ZENITH /SPACE--MA TRIPUR-Sundari WITH Laliteshwar Bhairav
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12-This second group of the mantra is called Kamaraja Kut,MEANS Ida Nadi.
Shiva is the phallic symbol which jumps to life on interacting with the
Para Shakti---controller of all deities guarding the 10 directions. receptive organs of knowledge. La : Shakrah = Indra. the Yoni. the God of heavenly pleasures. Hrim : Vishnu and Lakshmi in embrace. no movement. the source of cosmos and yoni, power. Ha : Hamsah is Swan = Discrimination between love. who brings forth this world out of Shiva with the help of Para Shakti. Sa : Seetha Kiranah = Moon. protecting and nourishing this world. which protects and gives all desires of material and spiritual power. Ka: Mara = Erotic desire. the source of an individua , female aspects ,feelings of ecstasy and depression alternating in cycles, life sustaining breath like a corpse, who also manifests here in this world, agitations of heart and mind due to thinking about world. Ka : Smarah = Manmatha. Sa: Para = transcentent Goddess La: Har = Shiva. There are ‘three "Ka"s and the two "Ha"s which represent the male’. Days on which Devi is worshiped in the form of male [auspicious for spiritual gains inauspicious materialistic gains]
Shiva Shakti = Copulation of Male and female.ha sa ka ha la hrim . 13-This third group of the great mantra is called Shakti Kuta.
Sa ka la hrim SHREEM.
The identification goes like this. It should be reiterated here that without initiation from a proper Guru& liberation from desires. 14-Mantra Nyasa with Panchadashi Mantra:----
Do nyasa to the three parts of your own body with parts of Devi mantra as follows: ------
Your face. Volumes have been written on this mantra. since it has to be coupled with a Shaktipat. We should remember that these seed letters are all channels of communication.
la hrim are the two sides& so on. Two Sa" are the days on which we worship Devi as a female (yoni=mother=source). Days on which Devi is worshiped in the form of a couple in union [Best days for worship] .
15-THE KEY POINTS;---
05 POINTS;- 1-All this information is coded into the mantra,,, the Pancadasi Mantra. It is our normal understanding that Devi is the mother who the gives us life. 2-Second best is to worship Her as the female only that gives us nourishment (meditation on breasts gives that --a child sucking milk) and the last is to worship Her as a male which helps us to detach ourselves from this world.
3-Worship of genitals ( AS SHIVLING) because ---she is taking care of our material needs. Days on which Devi is worshiped in the form of female [auspicious for materialistic gains BUT inauspicious for spiritual gains] 4-The seed letters "E-- Devi is worshipped in a female. Shiva is supposed to be the destroyer.
5-The mantra is also the sequence of the days of lunar calendar. the first letter is the first day. it is the best to worship Her as male and female in union. Hrim is the union of the male and female which gives us life. Over all,we can realize -- grace of mother can help us to decode the meaning