||Shree Ganeshaya Namaha ||
Mantra Rasayanum is the type of healing process by chanting various mantras to improve health. The mantra Rasayana should be done in auspicious nakshatra (Planetary position) such as Pushya nakshatra. The person who wishes to administer the mantra Rasayana should take bath in Brahma muhurat (Before sunrise), do the yagna and offer 1000 ghee sacrifices in yagna by chanting ‘Shree Sukta’ from Rig Veda. Before chanting ‘Shree Sukta’ one should start whole purification ritual with Mahanirvana Mantra:
Aum Sat Chit Ekam Brahma |
A – Protector of the world
U- He who dissolves it
M- The creator
Sat- Eternal changeless being
Ekam- One without a second
Brahma- What is Vast
Meaning: The presiding Devta (God) of Mantra is the omnipresent, eternal, inscrutable, formless, stainless, and ineffable Brahman.
The basic doctrine underlying Mantra Rasayana / Yoga is that this entire hard and tangible universe which we see around us is made up only of different kind of vibrations and energies working at the different levels. Mantra Rasayana / Yoga help all the vibrations and energies work in the positive manner. Mantra symbolizes as a necessity for spiritual advancement and high attainment. It purifies the body, spirit and mind. Also it improves the atmosphere / magnetic circle around the person. Two of the greatest Rasayana mantras are Gayatri Mantra and Maha Mritunjaya Mantra.
Maha Mritunjaya Mantra:
The Maha Mritunjaya mantra is from the Rig-Veda and written by Maharishi (sage) Vashistha. Anybody can recite this mantra and attain good health, and release from problems. It should be recited preferably for forty days both in the morning, after lighting a jyoti and sitting on a woolen asana while facing east. Recite the Maha-mantra 108 times (one rosary) or its multiples in each sitting.
OM TRYAMBAKKAM YAJAMAHE SUGANDHIM PUSTIVARDHANAM URVAROOKAMEVA BANDANAAN MRITYORMOKSHEEYA MAAMRITAAT ||
Meaning: Om! We worship Lord Shiva (The 3-Eyed One) who is full of fragrance and who nourishes all beings; may he liberate me from death, bestow salvation and (lead me) towards Eternity (Make me immortal) just as the ripe cucumber is severed (from the creeper) of its bondage.
- Om Tryambakam – The 3-eyed One i.e. Lord Shiva
- Yajaamahe – we all worship
- Sugandhim – Full of Fragrance
- Pushti – Strength
- Vardhanam – One who increases
- Urvaa – ripe cucumber
- Arukam – Ready to be plucked
- Eva – just like
- Bandhanaat – from bondage
- Mrityo – of death
- Muksheeya – Bestower of salvation
- Maa – never
- Amrutaat – towards Eternity
Gayatri Mantra is one of the most significant prayers in the Vedic / Hindu hymnal scriptures. It is the only Mantra which appears unchanged in all the four Vedas. The Gayatri Mantra appears in 10th Rik in the 62nd Sukta of 3rd Mandala of the Rig Veda.
OM BHUR BHUVA SVAHA
TAT SAVITUR VARENYAM
BHARGO DEVASYA DHEEMAHI
DHI YO YONAH PRACHODAYAT
OM – Para Brahman
BHUR – Bhu Loka (Physical Plane) – This refers to the five elements this body is made up of BHUVA – Bhuva Loka (Middle Plane) – This refers to the power in man which animates the body. This is actually the Prana Sakthi
SVAHA – Swarga Loka (Heaven)
TAT – That, this refers to God, or Paramatma
SAVITUR – That from which all is born
VARENYAM – Fit to be worshipped
BHARGO – The Radiance, the Spiritual Effulgence, the light that bestows wisdom.
DEVASYA – Divine Reality
DHEEMAHI – We Meditate
DHI YO – Buddhi, Intellect
YO – Which
NAH – Our
PRACHODAYAT – Enlighten
ACHUT-ANAND-GOVINDAM, NAMOCHHARAN BHESHJAT |
NASHYANTI SAKLA ROGAHA: SATYAM SATYAM VADAMYAHAM ||
(By LORD DHANWANTARI)
Meaning: By weaving the timeless, joyful and universal energy in my chanting, I am blessed by eternal medicine which can heal every disease and that is the eternal truth I am pronouncing.