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1-श्रीबाला-त्रिपुर-सुंदरी मंत्र:-

ॐ ऐं क्लीं सौः॥

2-षोडशी त्रिपुर सुंदरी -''क ए इ ल ह्रीं ।ह स क ह ल ह्रीं।स क ल ह्रीं ''॥

3-त्रिपुर सुंदरी -''क ए इ ल ह्रीं ।ह स क ह ल ह्रीं।स क ल ह्रीं श्रीं''॥

4-ललिता त्रिपुर सुंदरी-''ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं ऐं सौ: ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं क ए ई ल ह्रीं ह स क ह ल ह्रीं सकल ह्रीं सौ: ऐं क्लीं ह्रीं श्रीं नम:।''

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SHODASHAKSHARI MANTRA :--- This is one of the famous and powerful mantra, and its secrets are unexplainable it has 16 letters. This mantra is – OM Ka Ye E La Hrim Ha Sa Ka Ha La Hrim Sa Ka La Hrim Shrim Panchadashakshari Mantra: This also very powerful mantra, and it has 15 letters; and it is also called SRI VIDYA MANTRA--- It is – OM Ka Ye E La Hrim Ha Sa Ka Ha La Hrim Sa Ka La Hrim Note: The difference between Shodashakshari & Panchadashakshari, Mantra is of Shrim only. These mantras are the most powerful, miraculous, mysterious and unexplainable. Only a fortunate disciple gets diksha of these mantras from a Guru, and these mantras starts opening the secrets of the life and beyond the life. NOTE---These mantras are tested and have been used by number of Gurus and Masters of India. A mantra actually becomes a mantra when it is known with proper guideline and procedure.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ WHAT IS SECOND ONE ;MAHA SHODASHI MANTRA ?--- The Maha Shodashi Mantra ;The Dasha Maha Vidya Shodashi Mantra & The Dasha Maha Vidya Maha Shodashi Mantra, are expansions of bija mantras of the Panchadashi & Shodashi Mantra of Shri Devi is presented below after dhyana-- MAHA SHODASHI DHYANA;-- Let Us Meditate and Take Refuge in Shri Queen Shodashi Devi Her Red Splendor Form, Attended by Lord Brahma and Other Gods, She, Holding in Her Eight Lotus Hands The Sugarcane Bow The Flowery Arrows The Noose The Goad The Book The Rosary of Red Ruby Gems The Veena The Mudra of Dispelling fear and The Mudra Granting Boons in Her Lotus Hands.’



'ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं ऐं सौ: ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क ए ई ल ह्रीं ह स क ह ल ह्रीं सकल ह्रीं सौ: ऐं क्लीं ह्रीं श्रीं ।'' Om Srim Hrim Klim Aim Sauh Om Hrim Shrim Ka E I La Hrim Ha Sa Ka Ha La Hrim Sa Ka La Hrim Sauh Aim Klim Hrim Shrim 1-THE TRADITIONAL VIEW OF THIS MANTRA;-

14 FACTS;-- The following is found in olden texts wherein the sequence of bijas is explained:--- 1-‘Shrim’--- denotes the PARASHIV ........SAT wherein the prakasa and vimarsa are inherent. 2-‘Hrim’----- denotes the creative urge in the un-manifested. ‘3-Klim’ denotes the start of the process of creation with the Maya tatva of Parabrahman. 4-‘Aim’---- the Parabrahman with the Ego- consciousness. 5-‘Sauh’----- The ardhanarisvara, ‘sa’ denotes the active male principle – the SHIVA which creates and the fourteenth vowel (au) denotes the SHAKTI which causes this creation and visraga(:) denotes the created universe. 6-‘Om---’ the divine couple parvati paramesavara. ‘7-Hrim’----- the divine couple vani and brahma. 8-‘Shrim-----’ the divine couple lakshmi and narayana. 9-‘Ka e i la hrim’ is the prayer to remove the ignorance. 10--‘Ha sa ka ha la hrim ’ is the emergence of the identity with Brahman 11-‘Sa ka ha la hrim ‘is the attainment of the undivided consciousness after removal of all stains. 12-‘Sauh aim’ the universe in the form of fire, Sun and moon 13-‘Klim hrim’ the five elements which make up this universe

( k- water, l – earth, h- space and r the fire, air is inferred (to make an educated guess) 14-‘Shrim’ the bija denotes the individual who enjoys this universe, he prays to the Universal consciousness as above and realises that he is not different from the Brahman. WHAT IS THE DECODATION OF MANTRA ?----

15 FACTS;- The meditation of the mantra will follow the path of KAADIVIDYA ,of which is creation, sustenance, prayer of the aspirant and final dissolution into the Parabrahman. 1-‘Shrim’ the first bija will represent the Parabrahman after a cycle of creation, sustenance and dissolution, so this is after dissolution of time which can be likened to a wave less sea. 2-‘Hrim’ now the spanda-movement for creation starts, this is the primordial urge to create, which can be called the iccha shakti. ‘klim’ this will represent creation of thirty five tatvas from shakthi symbolized by ‘k’ to prthvi symbolized by ‘l’ by the Kamakala ‘I’. This is subtle creation, the gynana shakti 3-‘Aim’ – this will be the first gross element space, which is characterized by sound – the vowel ‘aim’ is the creative force. This is kriya sakti. 4-‘Sauh’- this tells us the reason for this creation. This bija is called the hrdaya –heart bija of Sri Devi, which is full of compassion without expectations and Leela of devi ;to create a stage as before , for the jivas in the previous cycle of creation to enjoy their merit and de-merit (papa / puNya) and finally try to get salvation from this cycle of birth and re-birth. ‘5-Om’ will symbolize the Parvati paramesvara couple. Since they were the last to dissolve into the parabrahman during dissolution, they will emerge first during creation. 6-‘Hrim’ will symbolize the Vani Brahma couple, the creator. 7-Shrim’ will symbolize the Lakshmi- Vishnu couple, the controller of the world drama. This also signifies the heart knot (hrdaya granthi) which is the cause for the individual to be tied to this body consciousness. 8-This individual who is in the ocean of sansara, on search of eternal bliss will surrender to the GOD as guru who takes him step by step to the final destination of universal bliss.

9-This path of srividya is shown by the Sri ADISHANKARA . The first kuta is a prayer by the aspirant ‘ka- – Oh! Parabrahma svarupini~ please remove the veil of duality; ‘10-Ha- please grant the knowledge that the whole world is Shiva shakti swarupa; ‘Sa-’ please let me remain in this state always and remove this state of knowing to permanent bliss. 11-‘Sauh’ will signify the grace of Sri God .. ‘12-Aim’ denotes the four Maha vakyas instructed by him. 13-‘Klim’ As seen before this will denote the tatvas, 14-‘Hrim’ will signify the first spanda , 15-‘Shrim’ is the parabrahman (as indicated above) , here is the merging of the aspirant into the parabrahma and continuous experience of universal bliss. WHAT IS THE MEDITTATIVE TECHNIQUE?--

14 STEPS;- The meditative technique follows the above meaning..... 1-‘Shrim’- Meditate on the a immoveable golden hue engulfing the whole world. 2-‘Hrim’- Meditate on a small motion like liquefaction in this golden hue and its movement. 3-‘Klim’- the molten gold will now condense into a red ball in the sodasantha( six inch above the head orifice – the crown) ‘Klim’- this red ball will now transform into a pure white light and will start to descend on to the top of the head. 4-‘Sauh’- this white light takes the form of Sri Guru at the dvadasanta (two spaces above the crown), this is the place of the Sri Gurupaduka ‘Hrim’ – The guru now pierces the orifice on the crown and descends into the body of the disciple 5-‘Hrim’- The Guru now will reach the mid-eyebrow centre (agyna chakra) and activate it. This will signify the thought process and deep inner meditation . 6-‘Shrim’- The Guru will reach the heart centre (anahata chakra) and will untie a knot there. This knot can be visualized as akin to the shoe lace knot which is opened by pulling at the ends. The removal of illusion (beda buddhi) by the Supreme grace is indicated here. 7-‘Ka e i la hrim’ Thus when knot is untied, visualize a cover which was over the body being dropped from the head, so the Face is uncovered now, which is the face of Sri Lalita Devi. 8-‘Ha sa ka ha la hrim’ The cover further drops down from neck to navel visualize the body being transformed into that of Sri Lalitha devi, the four hand holding the noose, goad, sugarcane bow and five flowers as arrows. 9-‘Sa ka ha la hrim’- Further the cover drops to below the feet, that part also gets transformed into that of Sri Lalitha Devi. 10-‘Sauh’- Now the inner Guru who has graced this transformation will merge with this body of the deity Sri Lalitha devi and will pick up the cover which has fallen down, this will signify the Individual ego –the cause of this cover. 11-‘Aim’- visualize this cover being transferred on to a white light, while being hurled out. ‘12-Klim’- Let this white light hit the sodasanta and get transformed into a red hue. 13-‘Hrim’ – Let this red hue disperse into the world after being transformed into a molted golden hue. 14-‘Shrim’- Let this golden hue engulf the whole world including this body of SriLalitha/Sri Guru and remain so for ever. NOTE-This is a very powerful meditation technique, so please try ,with patience & care . Only one visualization (per day )at the initial level is recommended.


DHYANA OF DAS MAHA VIDYAS SHODASHI MANTRA;---- ‘Let Us Meditate on Shri Maha Shodasi Devi Her Physical Form of the Shri Chinta Mani Dweep The Highest Consciousness She, with Three Eyes Seated on Top of Lord Shiva Kameshwara in Eternal Union, Holding in Her Eight Lotus Hands - The Noose The Goad The Arrows The Sugarcane Bow The Severed Head The Sword The Mudra of Dispelling Fear and The Mudra of Granting Boons She, Of The Color of Firey - Red With the Brilliance of Crores of Suns Yet soothing as Crores of Moon Light Along with the Hue A Shade of Black Like the Rain bearing Clouds’…-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-THE THIRD ONE; DAS MAHA VIDYAS SHODASHI MANTRA

'ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं ऐं सौ: ॐ श्रीं क ए ई ल ह्रीं ह स क ह ल ह्रीं सकल ह्रीं सौ: ऐं क्लीं ह्रीं श्रीं ।'' OM Srim Hrim Klim Shrim Hrim Klim Aim Sauh Om Shrim Ka E I La Hrim Ha Sa Ka Ha La Hrim Sa Ka La Hrim Sauh Aim Klim Hrim Shrim WHAT IS THE DECODATION OF DAS MAHA VIDYAS


13 FACTS;--- 1-This is Dasha Maha Vidyas and Maha Shodasi mantra. it is revealed that these sequence of bijas are representative of the Dasa Maha Vidyas also. 2-Thus being the complete unison of powers of the Dasa Maha Vidyas, this Maha Sodasi is indeed very powerful in granting all wishes, while taking the aspirant to experience the highest Brahman.Let us see an individual correspondence of the bijas:----- 3-‘Shrim hrim klim’ – the first three bijas are found in the beginning of Maha Ganapati mantra and hence a benevolent and obstacle removing power of this mantra is unfolded 4-‘Shrim hrim klim aim’ – these bijas are the beginning of the Chandika, the Chinamasta mantra, which is the third Maha Vidya which runs as ‘Srim hrim klim ai vajra vairochaniye hum hum phat swaha’ 5-'Sauh’ will relate to highest and pre-creative power expressed as Dumavati, the seventh Maha Vidya ‘6-om” called as taraka mantra or pranava will relate to Tara , the second Maha Vidya ‘hrim’ will relate to the maya or Buvaneshwari bija, thus the

fifth Mahavidya . 7-‘Shrim ka e i la hrim ha sa ka ha la hrim sa ka la hrim’ will relate to the FOURTH Maha Vidya the Shodasi or Sundari, the positioning of the shodashi bija (shrim) at the beginning is there in certain sampradaya.

8-Also we can look at the three kutas, shorter version of this is in the form of Bala Maha mantra, which is the seed for the Tripura Bairavi the SIXTH Maha Vidya. 9-‘Sauh’ , the second Para bija will relate to the mighty Para shakti, the Supreme Goddess of Universal Consciousness. 10-‘Aim’ – the vowel will relate to Matangi, the Ninth Maha Vidya, who represents the sound force. 11-‘Klim’ – tantric dictionaries say ‘ra’ / ‘la’ is interchangeable. So substituting ‘ra; in the kama bija will see the emergence of Dakshina Kalika, the Adya – the first of All Maha Vidya 12-‘Hrim’- taking the ‘la’ from the above bija we can see the emergence of Bagala Mukhi, the eighth Maha Vidya with Her bija ‘hlrim’ ‘13-Shrim’ – this will relate to the last (tenth)of Maha Vidyas, Ma Kamala.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4-THE FOURTH ONE DAS MAHA VIDYAS IN MAHA SHODASHI MANTRA;-

In certain traditions the above mantra is called Shodasi and another mantra(GIVEN BELOW) is called Maha Shodasi. This mantra can be found in Trailokiya Mohana Kavacha as revered (revealed) by Maha Deva (Lord Shiva) as:---

पूर्ण दशमहाविद्या मंत्र;-


'ॐ क्लीं ह्रीं श्रीं ऐं क्लीं सौ: क ए ई ल ह्रीं ह स क ह ल ह्रीं सकल ह्रीं श्रीं स्त्रीं ऐं क्रौं क्रीं इम हुं।'' OM klim hrim shrim aim klim sauh ka e i la hrim ha sa ka ha la hrim sa ka la hrim shrim strim aim krom krim im hum This mantra also has a correspondence with the Dasha Maha Vidyas


10 FACTS;- 1-‘Klim’- ‘k’ represents Brahman, which is also represented by ‘h’. So substituting this we will find this to beMA BAGALAMUKHI , the eighth Maha Vidya as ‘hlim’. The ‘r’ deficient bija of Bagala is also accepted by tantras. 2-Hrim ’- the Maya bija will represent MA BHUVANESHWARI , the

fifth Maha Vidya 3-‘Aim klim sauh’ will correspond to the sixth MA TRIPURA BHAIRAVI Maha Vidya since Her seed lies in the Bala mantra, which is seen here. 4-‘Ka e I la hrim ha sa ka ha la hrim sa ka la hrim ’ will correspond to the MA TRIPUR-SUNDARI , the fourth Maha Vidya and also the Shodashi by adding the third bija ‘shrim’. 5-‘Strim’ is the special bija of MA TARA , the second Maha Vidya 6-‘Aim’ will represent the matangi the ninth Maha Vidya 7-‘Krom’ will symbolize ‘Kroda Bhairava’ the consort of the third Maha Vidya , MA CHINAMASTA . 8-‘Krim’ directly refers to the Adya dakshina MA KALIKA,the first Maha Vidya. 9-‘Im’ – this is the last Maha Vidya MA KAMALA , Shri Suktam unfolds her as ‘tam padminim im saranamaham prapadye’ 10-‘Hum’ is the seventh Maha Vidya, MA DHUMAVATI . Her seed sound ‘u’ is there. ...SHIVOHAM.....