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NON DUALITY''OM'' MANTRA;- This is a very significant and profound mantra from the Mahanirvana Tantra, the ancient Hindu religious scripture. This Mantra is also a mantra taking the seeker deep into the state of Non Duality. If the seeker fully understands and knows what he seeks, then this is the mantra which will merge his existence with the state of pure bliss. This mantra comprises of 5 words Om- I am Sat - Pure Chit - Consciousness Ekam - United Brahma –Supreme ‘I am pure consciousness united with the supreme ‘ Mantra Om Sachchidekam Brahma ll मंत्र ॐ सच्चिदएकम ब्रह्म: ll Or Om Sat- chit -ekam -Brahma ll ॐ सत्- चित् -एकमब्रह्म: ll Letter A is meant the Protector of the world; Letter U denotes its Destroyer; Letter M stands for its Creator MEANING;- The meaning of Sat is Ever-existent; of Chit, Intelligence; and of Ekam, One without a second. Brahman is so called because He exists everywhere .Presiding Devata of the Mantra is the omnipresent, eternal, inscrutable, formless, passionless, and ineffable (indescribable) Brahman . NOTE;-When introduced by the Vija of Sarasvati, Maya, or Kamala, instead of the Mantra Om, it bestows various kinds of learning, siddhi, and prosperity in every quarter. VINIYOG;- Sadashiva is the Rishi of this Mantra. The verse is called Anushtup, and its presiding Devata is the Supreme Brahman, Who is without attribute and Who abides in all things. It avails for the attainment of Dharmma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. ऋषि:>श्री सदाशिव ऋषि: छंद:>अनुष्टुप देवता>निर्गुण ब्रह्म: शक्ति:>विधि/विधाता, बीजं, > ऐं ह्रींश्रीं क्लीं सौः...... ANGA-NYASA &-KARA-NYASA- ;- The syllable Om, the words Sat, Chit, Ekam, Brahma, should be pronounced over the thumb, the threatening finger, the middle, nameless, and little fingers respectively, followed in each case by the words Namah, Svaha, Vashat, Hung, and Vaushat; and Ong Sachchidekam Brahma should be said over the palm and back of the hand, followed by the Mantra Phat. अथ न्यास: ( पहले सभी मंत्रो को बोलकर क्रम से करन्यास करे | तदुपरांत इन्ही मंत्रो से अंगन्यास करे| ) 1-ॐ अङ्गुष्ठाभ्यां नमः । -

Slide your index finger from the bottom to the top of your thumb 2- सत तर्जनीभ्यां स्वाहा । -

Slide your thumb from bottom to the top of your index finger 3-चित् मध्यमाभ्यां वषट् । -

Slide your thumb from bottom to the top of your middle finger 4- एकं अनामिकाभ्यां हुं । -

Slide your thumb from bottom to the top of your ring finger 5-ब्रह्म:कनिष्ठिकाभ्यां वौषट् । -

Slide your thumb from bottom to the top of your last finger 6-ॐ सच्चिदएकम ब्रह्म: करतलकरपृष्ठाभ्यां फट् । -

First, touch your right palm on the back of the left hand palm, then touch the back of your right hand palm using your left hand palm. You must hence chant the mantra 2 times in the last nyasa. THE PROCEDURE OF ANG NYASA; - - Ang nyasa means to perform nyasa on ang i.e. body. Ang nyasa is of 2 types, shad ang and panch-ang. Shad ang means 6 body parts and panch-ang means 5 body parts. The nyasa procedure is same for both of them except that panchang nyasa you must skip 5th nyasa. So the anga-nyasa for the mantra in chapter III (Ong Satchitekam Brahma) is in this order :- Om namaha : heart Sat svaha : forehead Chit vashat : crown lock Ekam hung : shoulders Brahma vaushat: the three eyes Ong satchitekam brahma phat: the palms 1-ॐ हृदयाय नमः । -

Touch your heart using right hand. 2-सत शिरसे स्वाहा । -

Using your right hand thumb touch your sahasra chakra 3-चित् शिखायै वषट् । -

Touch your shikha. 4-एकं कवचाय हुं । -

Using your right hand, touch the left shoulder and using your left hand, touch the right shoulder. 5-ब्रह्म: नेत्रत्रयाय वौषट् । -

Using your index, middle and ring finger touch your 3 eyes. 6-ॐसच्चिदएकम ब्रह्म: अस्त्राय फट् । -

Use the index and middle finger of your right hand and then, raise your left hand high in the air and clap using these 2 fingers on the left hand palm in a very strong and loud manner. Then, snap your fingers 3 times over your head while rotating it in a clockwise manner. This is called as chutki marna in hindi.This completes the nyasa procedure. NOTE;- The worshipper disciple should in the like manner, with his mind well under control, perform Anga-nyasa in accordance with the rules thereof, commencing with the heart and ending with the hands. PRANAYAMA;- 03 FACTS;- 1-After this, whilst reciting the Mantra Om or the Mula-mantra, Pranayama should be performed thus: He should close the left nostril with the middle of the fourth finger, and then inhale through the right nostril, meanwhile making japa of the Pranava or the Mula-mantra eight times. 2-Then, closing the right nostril with the thumb and shutting also the mouth, make japa of the Mantra thirty-two times. After that gently exhale the breath through the right nostril, doing japa of the Mantra the while sixteen times. 3-In the same way perform these three acts with the left nostril, and then repeat the same process with the right nostril.The method of Pranayama to be observed in the use of the Brahma-Mantra .The Sadhaka should then make meditation which accomplishes his desire . DHYANA;- In the lotus of my heart I contemplate the Divine Intelligence, the Brahman without distinctions and difference, Knowable by Hari, Hara, and Vidhi, whom Yogis approach in meditation, He Who destroys the fear of birth and death, Who is Existence . MENTAL WORSHIP OF BRAHMANA Having thus contemplated the Supreme Brahman, the worshipper should, in order to attain union with Brahman, worship with offerings of his mind . 1-For perfume let him offer to the Supreme Soul the essence of the Earth 2-For flowers the ether, 3-For incense the essence of the air, 4-For light the Lustre of the universe 5-For food the essence of the Waters of the world मानस पूजा ;- लं पृथ्वीव्यात्मकं गंधं समर्पयामि हैं आकाशात्मकं पुष्पं समर्पयामि यं वायव्यात्मकं धूपं समर्पयामि रं दहनात्मकं दीपं दर्शयामि सं सर्वात्मकं ताम्बूलं समर्पयामि After mentally repeating the great mantra and offering the fruit of it to the Supreme Brahman, the excellent disciple should commence external worship Meditating with closed eyes on the Eternal Brahman, the worshipper should with reverence offer to the Supreme whatever be at hand, such as perfumes, flowers, clothes, jewels, food, and drink, after having purified them with the following ....''BRAHMAN-ARPANAM MANTRA-''56... 3rd chapter of Mahanirvan tantra''. EXTERNAL WORSHIP OF BRAHMANA 1-The vessel in which these offerings are placed is Brahman, and so, too, is the ghee offered therein. Brahman is both the sacrificial Fire and he who makes the sacrifice, and to Brahman he will attain whose mind is fixed on the Brahman by the performance of the rites which lead to Brahman . 2-Then, opening the eyes, and inwardly and with all his power making japa with the Mula-mantra, the worshipper should offer the japa to Brahman and then recite the hymn that follows and the Kavacha-mantra . The hymn to Brahman, the Supreme Spirit, by the hearing whereof the disciple becomes one with the Brahman . BRAHMANA-STOTRA;-(''58 to 65 ... 3rd chapter of Mahanirvan tantra'') Ong! I bow to Thee, the eternal Refuge of all: I bow to Thee, the pure Intelligence manifested in the universe. I bow to Thee Who in His essence is One and Who grants liberation. I bow to Thee, the great, all-pervading attributeless One. Thou art the only Refuge and Object of adoration. The whole universe is the appearance of Thee Who art its Cause. Thou alone art Creator, Preserver, Destroyer of the world. Thou art the sole immutable Supreme, Who art neither this nor that ; Dread of the dreadful, Terror of the terrible. Refuge of all beings, Purificator of all purificators. Thou alone rulest the high-placed ones, Supreme over the supreme, Protector of the Protectors . O Supreme Lord in Whom all things are, yet Unmanifest in all, Imperceptible by the senses, yet the very truth. Incomprehensible, Imperishable, All-pervading hidden Essence. Lord and Light of the Universe! save us from harm . On that One alone we meditate, that One alone we in mind worship, To that One alone the Witness of the Universe we bow. Refuge we seek with the One Who is our sole Eternal Support, The Self-existent Lord, the Vessel of safety in the ocean of being . This is the five-jewelled hymn to the Supreme Soul. NOTE;- He who pure in mind and body recites this hymn is united with the Brahma . It should be said daily in the evening, and particularly on the day of the Moon. BRAHMANA KAVACHA ((SHIELD OF PRAYERS)''66 to74''... 3rd chapter of Mahanirvan tantra'' May the Supreme Soul protect the head, May the Supreme Lord protect the heart, May the Protector of the world protect the throat, May the All-pervading, All-seeing Lord protect the face, May the Soul of the Universe protect my hands, May He Who is Intelligence itself protect the feet, May the Eternal and Supreme Brahman protect my body in all its parts always . The Rishi of this world-beneficent amulet is Sada-shiva; the verse is anushtup, its presiding Devata is the Supreme Brahman, and the object of its use is the attainment of Dharmma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha . He who recites this protective Mantra after offering it to its Rishi (Sada-shiva)attains knowledge of Brahman, and is one immediately with the Brahman. The excellent Sadhaka shall, after reciting the Mantra and the hymn with reverence, salute the Supreme . Salutation Ong I bow to the Supreme Brahman. I bow to the Supreme Soul. I bow to Him Who is above all qualities. I bow to the Ever-existent again and again .. MEANING OF BEEJMANTRAS(Used here);- 1-SHRIM [shreem]: feminine; Lakshmi; seed sound for abundance 2- EIM [I'm]: feminine; Saraswati; seed sound for success in spiritual, artistic and scientific endeavors, music and education;- 3-HRIM [hreem]: androgynous; seed sound for clarity and seeing through the illusions of reality 4-KLIM;- Fulfillment of wishes. 5-SOUH;-known as para bija. This is also known as hṛdayabīja or amṛtabīja. Progress and prosperity in all spheres. Sauḥ is formed out of the combination of sa स + au औ+ ḥ = sauḥ सौः The Scripture proceeds to say that “He, who knows this mantra in its essence, becomes competent for initiation, leading to liberation without any sacrificial rites.the one who elucidates the proper meaning of this beeja is known as Shiva Himself. This beeja is the Cosmic pulsation of the Lord. ..” 6-Successful completion of actions(sampannakaran)..... NAMAHA

7-Destruction of harmful energy, for instance curinga disease and doing good to others, appeasing thedeity of the mantra with offerings;-SVAHA.

8- Controlling someone else’s mind(vashikaran)A spiritual emotion of destroying the enemy......VASHAT 9- Hatred (Dvesh)Anger and courage, to frighten one’s enemy.... HUM

10- Attraction (akarshan)To create conflicts or opposition among enemies,to acquire power and wealth....VOUSHAT 11- A spiritual emotion of attacking the enemy, to drive the enemy away;-PHAT ....SHIVOHAM......