Mantra lyrics, translations

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GANESHA MANTRA  

om  gam ganapataye  namaha

content: “O Lord of Beginnings, please, let me reach my goals, and remove all obstacles and difficulties in my life.”

 

MAHA MRITYUNJAYA MANTRA

om tryambhakam yajamahe

sugandhim pushtivardhanam

urvarukamiva bandhanan

mrityor mukshiya mamritat

Content: Om, let us meditate on the infinitely merciful Lord Shiva’s grace. May his mercy liberate us from the grip of suffering, illness, birth and death, and let us experience the immortality of the soul.

Translation: Let us meditate on the Three-eyed reality which permeates everything like a fragrance and gives us well-being. May he sever us from our bondage to death as a rape cucumber is severed from its bondage to the vine. May he lead us to immortality and final liberation.

 

GURUR BRAHMA, GURUR VISHNU MANTRA | GURU STOTRAM

gurur brahma gurur Vishnu

gurur devo maheshvarah

guruh sakshat param brahma

tasmai sri gurave namaha

content: Our guru is Lord Brahma, who, at the beginning of everything, created the universe. Our guru is Lord Vishnu, who upholds all animate and inanimate creatures, and our guru is Lord Shiva, who, at the end of creation, destroys the material world. Our guru is the Supreme Spirit. Le tus meditate on Sri Guru, who carries the knowledge and wisdom of the Absolute Truth. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

GAYATRI MANTRA

om bhūr bhuvah svah

tat savitur varēnyam

bhārgo dēvasya dhīmahi

dhiyo yo nah prachodayāt

content: Let us meditate on the life-giving, brilliant Divine Source, that which radiates through the Sun God, the Father of Light, who created the universe and sustains the Celestial and Terrestrial beings. He removes all obstacles, sin and ignorance, and increases vitality. We ask the Mother of Light, who appears in the Sun-disk, to illuminate our mind and purify our heart, so that we can live in God’s enlightening radiance! (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos)

 

SARASWATI GAYATRI MANTRA

om saraswatyei vidhmahē   bramaputriye dhīmahi 

tanno saraswati prachodayāt

content: Let us meditate on Goddess Saraswati. May Brahma's consort inspire our thoughts on the path of consciousness, wisdom and subtle artistic beauty. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Virinchi Shakti | Judit Eszter Bakos.)

 

YA DEVI SARVA BHUTESHU | DEVI SUKTAM

ya devi sarva-bhuteshu "shakti"- rupena samsthita    

namas tasyai namas tasyai namas tasyai namo namaha

Shakti – life-force; vidya – knowledge; lakshmi – material welfare; prema – loving harmony; buddhi – intelligence; moksa – enlightenment; bhakti – devotion;

content: With this mantra we ask for the blessing of Sri Devi to develop and maintain the values that are important for us in all aspects of our life.  

 

BHAGAVATA PURANA CHATUH SLOKI  | The 4 main verses of BHAGAVATA PURANA  (2.9.33 – 36)

aham evasam evagre

nanyad yat sad-asat param

pashchad aham yad etach cha

yo 'vashishyeta so 'smy aham

translation: In the beginning it was only I who existed before creation, there was no being or non-being (sat-asat), nor was there their primary cause, Prakriti, the material nature. That which exists after the creation of the Universe is still I, and after annihilation what remains will also be I.

rite 'rtham yat pratiyeta      na pratiyeta chatmani

tad vidyad atmano mayam      yathabhaso yatha tamah

translation: Every endeavour that is not directed at the study of the Self (Atman), must be considered illusion (Maya). Know it as only the distorted reflections of the reality (abhasa), the dark ignorance (tamas).

yatha mahanti bhutani

bhuteshu chavaceshv anu

pravishtany apravishtani

tatha teshu na teshv aham

translation: The great elements of the Universe (Mahabhuta) enter into every physical entity from the smallest to the greatest, yet in fact they remain detached from them all. Similarly, I Myself also exist within every constituting element of the Universe, and at the same time I am outside of everything.

etavad eva jijnasyam

tattva-jijnasunatmanah

anvaya-vyatirekabhyam

yat syat sarvatra sarvada

translation: The seeker of the Absolute Truth (Tattva) must search after the Truth of the Self (Atman) in all circumstances, in all space and time, and both directly (vyatireka) and indirectly (anvay). (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

OM  NAMO BHAGAVATE  VASUDEVAYA MANTRA

om  namo bhagavate vasudevaya

content: Let us meditate on Vasudeva, the God living in our hearts.

 

OM PURNAM ADAH PURNAMIDAM MANTRA | SRI ISHA UPANISHAD  INVOCATION

om purnam adah purnam idam

purnat purnam udacsjate

purnaszja purnam ádája

purnam evávasisjate

translation: The Absolute Truth is perfect and whole, and since He is absolutely perfect, His every manifestation, such as the perceptible world is perfectly, wholly equipped. Thus every creation of the whole is whole in itself. The Absolute Truth is completely whole, therefore, even though countless unities become manifest, He keeps His perfect balance. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

MOKSHA MANTRA | SRI ISHA UPANISHAD - MANTRA 18

agne naya supatharaye asma

vishvani deva vayunani vidvan 

yuyodhy asmaj juranam eno

bhuyihstham te nama uktim vidhema

translation: O my Lord, as powerful as fire, please lead me on the right path towards liberation. May you free me from all negative effects of all my previous lives so that I can develop without hindrances. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

OM NAMO NARAYANAYA MANTRA

om namo narayanaya

content: Let us meditate on the single reality of our Self and all creatures, on the wonderful traits of Lord Narayana and on his name with om namo narayanaya mantra.

 

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CHAKRA MANTRAS

Muladhara mantra: LAM

Svadhishthana mantra: VAM

Manipura mantra: RAM

Anahata mantra: YAM

Vishuddha mantra: HAM

Ajna mantra: OM

Sahasrara mantra: Ø

 

GAYATRI INVOCATION

om bhuh, om bhuvah, om svah, om mahah, om janah, om tapah, om satyam,

om tat savitur varenyam 

bhargo devasya dhimahi

dhiyo yo nah pracodayat

om apo jyotih raso’ mrtam

brahma bhur bhuvah svar om

content: The world OM comprises the seven spheres of existence, earth, water, fire, air, ether, intelligence, and consciousness and the seven planetary systems corresponding to the seven planes of consciousness . Let us meditate on the eternal OM, the creative principle of light manifesting through the Sun, bestowing wisdom, bliss and immortality. Let us meditate on the eternal OM so that its energy permeate all aspects of our being on the path of enlightenment. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Virinchi Shakti | Judit Eszter Bakos.)

 

GAYATRI MANTRA

om bhūr bhuvah svah

tat savitur varēnyam

bhārgo dēvasya dhīmahi

dhiyo yo nah prachodayāt

content: Let us meditate on the life-giving, brilliant Divine Source, that which radiates through the Sun God, the Father of Light, who created the universe and who sustains the Celestial and Terrestrial beings. He removes all obstacles, sin and ignorance, and increases vitality. We ask the Mother of Light, who appears in the Sun-disk, to illuminate our mind and purify our heart, so that we can live in God’s enlightening radiance. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos.)

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OM ASATO MA SAD GAMAYA MANTRA 

asato ma sad gamaya

tamaso ma jyotir gamaya

mṛtyorma amritam gamaya

om shanti shanti shanti

content: Lead me from illusion to reality, to real existence; from ignorance to the light of knowledge; from mortality to immortality. Let there be peace, peace, peace everywhere.

 

OM NAMAH SHIVAYA MANTRA

om namah shivaya

shivaya namaha

shivaya nama om

shambhu shankara namah shivaya

girija shankara namah shivaya

content: Lord Shiva is the upholder of the highest Reality and the guardian of our inner Self on the path of eternal consciousness. Let us meditate on Lord Shiva with the Om namah shivaya mantra.

 

GANESHA SHARANAM MANTRA

ganesha sharanam sharanam ganesha

gan gan ganapati sharanam ganesha       

jay ganesha jaya jaya gananath

content: Let us meditate on Lord Ganesha, our divine protector, who is the patron of wisdom and science, and the Lord of all beginnings.

 

MULA MANTRA

om sat chit ananda parabrahma

purushothama paramatma

sri bhagavathi sametha

sri bhagavathe namaha

The Supreme Brahman, the Absolute is of eternal existence, pure consciousness and bliss. It is the Supreme Person who dwells in every being’s heart as spirit. It is the Supreme Spirit who incarnates the energy of creation as the Divine Mother and the Universal Intelligence as the Father of Creation. Oh, Supreme Being, lead us on the path of enlightenment. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos | Virinchi Shakti.)

 

BHAGAVAD-GITA CHATUH SLOKI | The 4 main verses of  BHAGAVAD-GITA (10.8-11)

aham sarvasya prabhavo

mattah sarvam pravartate

iti matva bhajante mam

budha bhava-samanvitah 

translation: I am the source of all spiritual and material manifestations, everything emanates from me. The sages who have come to understand this, worship me with full devotion.

mac-citta mad-gata-prana

bodhayantah parasparam

kathayantas ca mam nityam

tusyanti ca ramanti ca 

translation: Being completely immersed in me with a concentrated mind (Chitta) and life-force (Prana), they offered their life to me. Conversing continuously about me, they enlighten each another and enjoy full satisfaction and happiness.

tesam satata-yuktanam

bhajatam priti-purvakam

dadami buddhi-yogam tam

yena mam upayanti te

translation: To those who are in eternal contact with me and worship me with love, I shall give discernment (Buddhi-Yoga) and wisdom of devotion by which they can reach me.

tesam evanukampartham

aham ajnana-jam tamah

nasayamy atma-bhava-stho

jnana-dipena bhasvata

translation: Out of compassion, I dwell in their hearts (Atma), and I destroy the darkness born of ignorance with the shining lamp of knowledge. (Bg. Chatuh Sloki based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

GURU SLOKA | BHAGAVAD-GITA 4.34

tad viddhi pranipatena

pariprasnena sevaya

upadeksyanti te jnanam

jnaninas tattva-darainah

Learn from a spiritual Master, seek knowledge from him, and serve him. The Seers of Truth can initiate you into the highest knowledge because they have been enlightened. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos)

 

OM NAMO BHAGAVATE VASUDEVAYA MANTRA

om namo bhagavate vasudevaya

content: Let us meditate on Vasudeva, the God living in our hearts. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Virinchi Shakti | Judit Eszter Bakos.)

 

SARASWATI MANTRA

om aim saraswatyei namaha

om aim savitryei namaha

om aim gayatryei namaha

Let us meditate on Goddess Saraswati, who is the grantor of intuition and wisdom and the patron of arts. Let us meditate on Goddess Saraswati, who, by this mantra, may appear in our consciousness as Savitri or Gayatri Devi. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

ATMARAMA SLOKA   BHAGAVATA-PURUNA 1.7.10.

atmaramash cha munayo

nirgrantha apy urukrame

kurvanty ahaitukim bhaktim

ittham-bhuta-guno harih

Hari, Lord Vishnu is so wonderful that even the sages who attained enlightenment in the Atman, that is who have come to find their joy in the inner Self and who have become free from the bondage of this world, serve him with pure, desireless devotion. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Virinchi Shakti | Judit Eszter Bakos.)

 

OM NAMO NARAYANAYA MANTRA

om namo narayanaya

content: Let us meditate on the single reality of our Self and all creatures, on the wonderful traits of Lord Narayana and on his name with om namo narayanaya mantra. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Virinchi Shakti | Judit Eszter Bakos.)                                                      

 

PURUSHA SUKTAM | EXTRACT RIG-VEDA 10.90.1-07

pranama: sri gurubhyo namah – hari om

peace invocation:

tacam yoravrnimahe | gatum yajnaya | gatum yajnapataye | daivi svastirastu nah | svastirmanushebhhyah | urdhvam jigatu bhesajam | sham no astu dvipade | sham chatushpade |

om shantih shantih shantih ||

meaning: Let us pray to the Supreme Lord for the well-being of all creatures. Oh, Lord, may you liberate us from all problems, suffering and imperfections, and may we praise your name at the sacred fire ceremonies forever and ever. May the virtuous plants come up in their full force and may they be cure for illnesses. May the gods pour peace on us and may every being live in happiness. Oh, Lord, may peace fill the heart of every being.

Rig-veda 10.90.1–7.

Om sahasrashirsha purushah

sahasrakshas sahasrapat

sa bhumim vishvato vritva

atyatishthaddashangulam

meaning: Om. The Supreme Lord, in the form of the universe, has a thousand heads, a thousand eyes and a thousand feet, and he contains all the living entities. Having pervaded the universe completely to give it existence, being independent, he extended himself even beyond the universe by ten fingers.

purusha evedam sarvam

yad bhutam yaccha bhavyam

utamritatvasyeshanah

yadannenatirohati

meaning: The universes, past, present and future, are the manifestations of the Supreme Lord who expands himself as Purusha. He is the Lord of Immortality, yet he manifests himself in the universe as Purusha so that the jiva-souls may enjoy material fruits.

etavan asya mahima

ato jyayamshcha purushah

pado ’sya vishva bhutani

tripad asyamritam divi

meaning: The past, present and future universes are the manifestations of the Lord’s energy, but the Lord himself is much greater. The material creation is but one quarter portion, while the eternal nature in the spiritual sky exists in three quarter portions.

tripadurdhva udaitpurushah

pado ’syeha bhavatpunah

tato vishvanvyakramat

sashananashane abhi

meaning: The three quarters portion of the Lord is spiritual; therefore, it transcended the material portion. The Lord of the one quarter portion manifested the universe again, as he had done so many times before. The Lord of the one quarter portion began the work of creation by going round and round, thus giving form to all animate and inanimate objects.

tasmadviradjayata

virajo adhi purushah

sa jato atyarichyata

pashchadbhumimatho purah

meaning: From that Lord the Virat or universe was born, and in that the universe of the Virat Purusha, the Paramatma (Supreme Spirit) of the universe was born. The manifested Virat Purusha created the earth and the different bodies of the jiva-souls.

yatpurushena havisha

deva yajnamatanvata

vasanto asyasidajyam

grishma idhmassharaddhavih

meaning: The devas (demigods), the first beings manifested, performed a mental sacrifice for the completion of creation, using the Virat Purusha (all the elements making up the material world) as the offering. Spring was the ghee (clarified butter), summer was the firewood, and autumn was the offering.

saptasyasanparidhayah

trih sapta samidhah kritah

deva yadyajnam tanvanah

abadhnanpurusham pashum

meaning: In this sacrifice, there were seven sharp vetiver blades (mantras vibrating on the seven Vedic poetic metres) scattered around the fire (for protection from the rakshasas), and there were twenty-one pieces of firewood (12 months, 6 seasons, and 3 worlds). The devas who were performing the mental sacrifice (mental and fine physical), tied the Virat Purusa to the column of the sacrificial fire, in the same way a sacrificial animal is offered. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos.)

KLIM KRSNAYA GOVINDAYA MANTRA

klim krishnaya govindaya gopijana-vallabhaya svaha

content: Let us meditate on Lord Krishna, Govinda, the beloved of Gopis. (the mantra of pure devotion)

 

OM SRI KRSNAYA NAMAHA MANTRA

om sri krishnaya namaha

content: Let us meditate on the majesty and name of Lord Krishna. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

HARI OM TAT SAT 

hari om tat sat

content: Lord Vishnu is the unlimited Absolute, the infinite existence and the Highest Truth. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

SRI ISHA UPANISHAD 1-2 MANTRAS

ishavasyam idam sarvam

yat kincha jagtyam jagat

tena tyaktena bhunjitha

ma grridhahh kasya svid dhanam

content: Everything resides in the Lord, everything animate and inanimate wears His clothes. Oh mankind, accept only that which has been given to you, so that you would not covet that which has been given to others.

kurvann eveha karmanni

jijivisech chatam’samahh

evam’tvayi nanyatheto'sti

na karma lipyate nare 

content: The one who never ceases to follow this path may even live a hundred years in peace, since this kind of action does not bind him to the law of fate (karma). There is no other way for mankind. (Based on the Hungarian translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

SURYA NAMASKARA MANTRAS

12 Sun salutation mantras:
ॐ मित्राय नमः • om mitraya namah
ॐ रवये नमः • om ravaye namah
ॐ सूर्याय नमः • om suryaya namah
ॐ भानवे नमः • om bhanave namah
ॐ खगाय नमः • om khagaya namah
ॐ पूष्णे नमः • om pushne namah
ॐ हिरण्यगर्भाय नमः• om hiranya garbhaya namah
ॐ मरीचये नमः • om marīcaye namah
ॐ आदित्याय नमः • om ādityāya namah
ॐ सवित्रे नमः • om savitre namah
ॐ अर्काय नमः • om arkāya namah
ॐ भास्कराय नमः • om bhāskarāya namah

final mantra:
ॐ श्रीसवितृसूर्यनारायणाय नमः  •  om sri savitri surya narayanaya namah

Let us meditate on the twelve Adityas, the twelve manifestations of SuruyaNarayan, the Sun God.

 

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LAKSMī MANTRA | PRADHANA

Om shrim mahālaksmyai namaha

Content: Let us meditate on Goddess Mahalakshmi, mother of creation, who, sitting on her lotus throne, populates the created world. (Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

OM SARVESHĀM SVASTIR BHAVATU

om sarveshām svastir bhavatu

sarveshām shāntir bhavatu

sarveshām purnam bhavatu

sarveshām mangalam bhavatu

om shanti shanti shanti

Content: Om, let there be well-being and fortune everywhere. Let there be peace everywhere. Let all the creatures experience plenitude. May peace and blessing fill every being. Om, peace, peace, peace. (Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

Om sarve bhavantu sukhina

sarve shantu nirāmayā

sarve bhadrāni pashyantu ma

kascid duhkha bhāgbhavet

Om shanti shanti shanti | Taittiriya Upanishad

Content: Happiness and peace to everyone. Perfect health to everyone. Progress and enrichment to everyone. Let everyone be free of suffering. Om, peace, peace, peace. (Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

OM NAMO BHAGAVATE VĀSUDEVĀYA

II: om namo bhagavate vāsudevāya :II

Content: Let us meditate on Vasudeva, the God dwelling in us. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

GANESHA GĀYATRī

om ekadantaya vidmahe

vakratundaya dhīmahi

tanno danti pracodayāt

Content: Let us meditate on Lord Ganesha, the godhead of wisdom and intelligence, who does away with all obstacles blocking our spiritual and material aspirations. Let us meditate on Shri Ganesha so that we can accomplish our duties with wisdom. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

HARI OM SIVA OM

II: hari om siva om    siva om hari om :II

II: hari om tat sat :II

Content: ‘Hari Om Shiva Om’ mantra makes us conscious of the present moment by making us meditate on the excellent features of Lord Vishnu and Shiva. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

SRI RĀM JAI RĀM

II: srī rām jey rām jey jey rām :II

II: jey jey rām sītā rām :II  

Content: Let us meditate on Lord Rama, who incarnates gallantry, wisdom and virtue, and who represents the eternal order, Sanatana Dharma on the spiritual path.  Let us meditate on Lord Rama and his eternal consort, Goddess Sita.

‘Sita Ram’ mantra emphasises and harmonizes the eternal feminine and masculine principles, Prakriti and Purusha, which reside in us. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

SOHAM SIVOHAM

II: soham sivoham :II  II: soham :II

Content: I am Brahman; I am coessential with the Supreme Being. I am Siva, pure consciousness. By meditating on this mantra, we can approach our higher Self, our inner being, which is pure consciousness. We can discover our identity with the Supreme Source, and feel its essence in our everyday life. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

PATANJALI MANTRA

om yogena cittasya, padena vācām

malam sarīrasya ca vaidyakena

yo’pākarottam pravarām munīnām

patañjalim prānjalirānato’smi

Content: Let us meditate on the wise sage of ancient ages, master Patanjali, who, by transmitting us the art of yoga, grammar and medicine, handed down the method of perfecting the mind, the language and the physical body. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

VISHNU GĀYATRī

om nārāyanāya vidmahe

vāsudevāya dhimahi

tanno vishnu pracodayāt

‘Vishnu Gayatri’ mantra invokes the Lord dwelling in one’s heart.

Content: Let us unite with Narayan and meditate on Vasudeva, the Lord dwelling in us, so that Vishnu himself support us in attaining our noble goal. (Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

LAKSHMī GĀYATRī

om mahālaksmī ca vidhmahe

visnupatni ca dhimahi

tanno laksmīh pracodayāt

 

Content: Let us meditate on the eternal consort of Lord Vishnu, Goddess Lakshmi, who gives us well-being, material and spiritual richness, fortune, beauty and love. Let us meditate that Lakshmi bless our lives and keep our thoughts and desires on the right path. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

JAI RĀDHĀ-MĀDHAVA (bhajan)

jai rādhā mādhava, kuñja bihārī

jai gopī-jana-vallabha giri-varadhari

yasodā-nandana vraja-jana-rañjana,

yamunā-tīra-vana-cāri (jai) kuñja bihārī

Content: Shri Krishna Madhava, who held up the giant Govardhana mountain, who is the only son of Yashoda Devi, enjoys his eternal pastimes on the bank of river Yamuna and wandering in the grooves of Vrindavam with Goddess Radha and the beautiful shepherdesses of Vraja. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

OM SAHA NĀVAVATU | BÉKE MANTRA

om saha nāvavatu

saha nau bhunaktu

saha viryam karavāvahai

tejasvi nāva-dhītam-astu

mā vidvishā-vahai

om shāntih shāntih shāntih  

Taittīriya Upanishad 3. Shanti mantra

Content: Om, may the Supreme Brahman support us all. May he help us flavour the ripe fruits of the scriptures. May he give us strength and persistence so that we can discover the real meaning of the Shastras (holy scriptures). Let our practice be successful and let us avoid all hatred among ourselves. Om, peace, peace, peace. (Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

GAYATRI MANTRA

om bhūr bhuvah svah

tat savitur varenyam

bhargo devasya dhīmahi

dhiyo yo nah pracodayāt

Content: Let us meditate on the life-giving, brilliant Divine Source, that which radiates through the Sun God, the Father of Light, who created the universe and sustains the Celestial and Terrestrial beings. He removes all obstacles, sin and ignorance, and increases vitality. We ask the Mother of Light, who appears in the Sun-disk, to illuminate our mind and purify our heart, so that we can live in God’s enlightening radiance! 

(Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

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THE 7-CHAKRA GAYATRI

om bhuh    |   1.chakra ◦ Muladhara ◦ pṛthivi ◦  earth element

om bhuvah|   2.chakra ◦ Svadhiṣṭhana ◦ jala ◦ water element

om svah     |   3.chakra ◦ Maṇipura ◦ agni ◦ fire element

om mahah |   4.chakra ◦ Anahata ◦ vayu ◦ air element

om janah    |   5.chakra ◦ Visuddha ◦ akasa ◦ ether element

om tapah    |   6. chakra ◦ Ajna ◦ mahat-citta ◦ mind

om satyam  |   7.chakra ◦ Sahasrara ◦ caitanya ◦ consciousness

om tat savitur vareṇyam

bhargo devasya dhimahi

dhiyo yo nah pracodayat

om apo jyotih raso’ mrtam

brahma bhur bhuvah svar om

The word OM contains the seven spheres of existence: earth, water, fire, air, ether, intelligence and consciousness. Let us meditate on the eternal OM, the creative principle of light manifesting itself through the Sun, bestowing wisdom, bliss and immortality. May it lead us to enlightenment and let its energy pervade every aspect of our being. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

 

GAYATRI MANTRA

om bhur bhuvah svah

tat savitur varenyam

bhargo devasya dhimahi

dhiyo yo nah pracodayat

Let us meditate on the life-giving, brilliant Divine Source, that which radiates through the Sun God, the Father of Light, who created the universe and sustains the Celestial and Terrestrial beings. He removes all obstacles, sin and ignorance, and increases vitality. Let us pray the Mother of Light, who appears in the Sun-disk, to illuminate our mind and purify our heart, so that we can live in God’s enlightening radiance! (Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

GURU GAYATRI

om gurudevaya vidmahe

parabrahmanya dhimahi

tanno guruh pracodayat

Let us meditate on Gurudeva, our spiritual master, who is the incarnated representative of the Supreme Brahman, and who illuminates our consciousness with knowledge about our true Self. Let us meditate, so that Gurudeva always show us the way towards illumination, and inspire our thoughts, desires and acts on the path of consciousness. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

DHANVANTARI GAYATRI

om vasudevaya vidmahe

vaidhyarajaya dhimahi

tanno dhanvantari pracodayat

Let us meditate on Avatara Dhanvantari, the godhead of Ayurveda, who holds the nectar of health, vitality and immortality in his hands. Let us meditate, so that Dhanvantari lead us on the path of wisdom towards the eternal consciousness through the harmony of body and mind. (Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

GANESA GAYATRI

om ekadantaya vidmahe

vakratundaya dhimahi

tanno dantI pracodayat

Let us meditate on Lord Gaṇesa, the godhead of wisdom and intelligence, who does away with all obstacles blocking our spiritual and material aspirations. Let us meditate on ŚrI Gaṇesa so that we can accomplish our duties with wisdom. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

SIVA GAYATRI

om mahadevaya vidmahe

rudramurtaye dhimahi

tanno siva pracodayat

Let us meditate on true reality, the supreme Yogi, Lord Śiva, who is the upholder of our true Self on the path of inner knowledge and meditation.   Let us meditate, so that Mahadeva bestow health, vitality, inner peace and satisfaction upon us all, and support our sadhana on the path of enlightenment. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

PARVATI GAYATRI

om jaganmatrai ca vidmahe

saila sutayai ca dhimahi

tanno parvati prachodayat

Let us meditate on the development of our inner Self, on the unity of the Divine being dwelling in all and on universal love. Let us meditate on Goddess Parvati, who is representative of conjugal love, infinite devotion and the supportive, nourishing and gentle aspect of Mother Nature. Let us meditate, so that the consort of Śiva inspire our desires and aspirations on the path of perfection.  (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

AGNI GAYATRI

om vaisvanaraya vidmahe

lalelaya dhimahi

tanno agnih prachodayat

Let us realize Agni, the god of Fire inside us. Let us meditate on His pastimes represented as a mystic fire consisting of seven flames, so that He illuminate us with His all-penetrating power.  Let us invoke the Agni GAYATRI before an important ordeal, exam or public appearance. (Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

BRAHMA GAYATRI

om vedatmanaya vidmahe,

hiranya garbhaya dhimahi

tanno Brahma prachodayat

Let us meditate on Lord Brahma, who is the father and soul of the Vedas. Let us meditate so that Hiranya-Garbha, who holds the whole universe in his consciousness and who has manifested knowledge, illuminate our minds and bless us with clear, spiritual intelligence. (Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

SARASVATI GAYATRI

om saraswatyai vidmahe

bramaputryai dhimahi

tanno sarasvati prachodayat

Let us meditate on the eternal representative of knowledge, wisdom, rhetoric, music, arts and beauty, goddess Sarasvati. Let us meditate on the consort of Brahma, so that she support our art and inspire our thoughts towards a higher level of consciousness.(Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

VISNU GAYATRI

om narayanaya vidmahe

vasudevaya dhimahi

tanno viṣṇu pracodayat

The Vishnu gayatri mantra invokes the Lord dwelling in one’s heart.   Let us unite with Narayana and meditate on Vasudeva, the Lord dwelling in us, so that Vishnu  himself support us in attaining our noble goal. Narayana-suktam 14  (Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

LAKSMI GAYATRI

om mahalakṣmyai ca vidhmahe

visnupatnyai ca dhimahi

tanno lakṣmi pracodayat

Let us meditate on the eternal consort of Lord Viṣṇu, Goddess Lakṣhmi, who gives us well-being, material and spiritual richness, fortune, beauty and love. Let us meditate, so that Lakṣmi bless our lives and keep our thoughts and desires on the right path. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

KRISNA GAYATRI

om krsnaya vidmahe

damodaraya dhimahi

tanno devah pracodayat

Let us meditate on the giver of beauty, artistic skills, courage, unselfish love and truth, the charming and all-attractive Lord Kṛṣṇa. Let us meditate so that Lord Krsna bless our lives, and keep our aspirations, emotions and thoughts on the right path. (Based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos / Virinchi Shakti.)

 

HAMSA GAYATRI

om paramahamsaya vidmahe

mahatattvaya dhimahi

tanno hamsa pracodayat

Let us realize Hamsa, the swan of pure, inner light as our own true Self, and let us meditate on it as Paramahamsa, the supreme true Self.  May Hamsa illuminate us. (Based on the translation of Attila Bakos.)

 

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AHAM BRAHMASMI MANTRA - THE MANTRA OF BRAHMAN-SOUL CONSCIOUSNESS

ahaṁ brahmāsmī

Translation: I am Brahman, I am the Absolute (based on the translation of Attila Bakos).

Meaning: Those who know that they are Brahman, a drop in the Ocean of Consciousness, become one with the universe. Those who are aware of their true Self, which belongs to God and ultimately is identical with God, have already experienced that they are a part of the universe (based on the translation of Marianna Havasi).

 

The mantra ahaṁ brahmāsmī is from Brihadaranyaka Upanishad 1.4.10:

brahma vā idamagra āsittadātma-namevāvet ahaṁ brahmāsmī ti

tasmāt tat sarvamabhavat tad yo yo devānam 

pratyabudhyata sa eva tadā-bhavat tatha-ṛṣīṇām tathā

manuṣyāṇāṁ taddhāitat pasyana-ṛṣir vāmadevah pratipede-aham 

manurabhavam suryas-ceti tadidamapyetarhi ya evam vedaham

brahmasmīti sa idam sravam bhavati tasya ha na

devascanabhutaya īsate ātmā hyesaṁ sa bhavati. atha yo-anyāṁ

devatām upāste-anya-asavanyo aham-asmīty na sa veda yathā

paśur evam sa devānāṁ yathā ha vai vahavah paśavo mānuṣyaṁ

bhanjyur evam ekaikaḥ puruṣo devan bhunākty-ekasmin evā

paśavādiyamane-apriyaṁ bhavati kimu bahuśo tasmād esām

tan na priyaṁ yad etan-manuṣyā vidyuḥ

 

Translation of the Sanskrit verse: Essentially this self (perceived in the body) is Brahman, therefore it can know itself only as ‘I am Brahman’. It is the source of creation (of the universe), and those gods who have realized their true selves, have become Brahman, just like sages among people. The sage Vamadeva knew he was Brahman—’I was Manu and the Sun.’ Anyone who knows It similarly (the Brahman), says, ’I am Brahman’, and becomes one with the universe. Not even the gods can prevent them from becoming the universe, for they become their Self. On the contrary, those who worship gods they consider separate from themselves are ignorant and are gods’ animals. Just as numberless animals serve men, every man serves the gods. Losing one animal is bothersome enough, let alone losing many of them. Hence the gods are not happy when a man realizes his true Self (Atman).

Brihadaranyaka Upaishad, 1.4.10 (based on the translation of Attila Bakos)

 

RUKMINI MANTRA - THE MANTRA OF ETERNAL BEAUTY AND YOUTH

oṁ namo bhagavate rukmiṇī vallabhāya svāhā

Meaning of the mantra: Let us meditate on Goddess Rukmini, who is the bestower of eternal youth, beauty, health, happiness and faith (based on the translation of Attila Bakos).

 

DHANVANTARI MAHA MANTRA - THE MANTRA OF AYURVEDA AND PERFECT HEALTH

om namo bhagavatē

vāsudēvāya dhanvantaraye

amṛta-kalaśa hastāya

sarva-amāya vināśanāya

trailokya nāthāya

srī maha-viśṇavē namaḥ

Translation: Let us meditate on the supreme healing godhead, Dhanvantari, who is the avatar of the lord ruling the three worlds, Sri Maha Vishnu, and who holds in his four hands a conch, a chakra, the essence of healing and the nectar of immortality. His brightly shining being eradicates all diseases, just like the flames of an overnight forest fire.

Content: The Dhanvantari Maha Mantra is the mantra of the God of health and Ayurveda. The aim of practicing this mantra is to fully open up to health and consciousness. The first secret of perfect health is that it is a choice. We can be healthy just to the extent that we consider it possible. To attain perfect health one has to deem sickness unacceptable. Practicing this mantra regularly can increase our life force and physical and mental wellbeing. It helps us to overcome our fears, anxieties, and negative emotions, thus leading us to mental, emotional and physical completeness (based on the interpretation of Judit Eszter Bakos | Virinchi Shakti).

 

DHANVANTARI MANTRA - THE MANTRA OF PERFECT HEALTH AND HEALING

om srī dhanvantari namaḥ

Translation: Let us meditate on Dhanvantari, the heavenly healer.

Meaning: The Dhanvantari Mantra is a powerful healing tool to develop and preserve our health. Dhanvantari is an avatar of god Vishnu and the godhead of Ayurvedic sciences (based on the interpretation of Judit Eszter Bakos | Virinchi Shakti).

 

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TARA MANTRA - A MANTRA TO DEVELOP COMPASSION, SELFLESSNESS, FEARLESSNESS AND INTUITION

om tāre tut tāre ture svāhā

Meaning: Om, divine Tara, bring us the quality of compassion, selflessness and fearlessness, bless us with wisdom, intuitive capacities, success, inner strength and a successful life on the path of development (based on the teaching of Swami Veda Bharati).

 

SAUMYA MANTRA - THE MANTRA

om saumyā saumyā-tarāśeṣa saumyebhyas tvati sundarī

parā-parāṇāṁ paramā tvameva parameśvarī

Meaning: Heavenly Mistress of lunar beauty, whose intuitive force and immanent qualities are endless, you are the otherworldly divine being, who, immersed in transcendence, turns toward us to support and elevate us (a shloka from Devi Mahatmya, translation based on the teaching of Swami Veda Bharati)

 

OM SIVA SHAKTI NAMAH MANTRA -  A MANTRA TO UNFOLD THE MASCULINE AND FEMININE ENERGY AND UNIVERSAL CONSCIOUSNESS

om śiva śakti namaḥ

Translation: Let us meditate on the manifestation of Lord Shiva and his eternal energy, Shakti.

Meaning: Let us liberate the consciousness and life force of Shiva and Shakti in us. Practicing this mantra regularly and deeply will help us to balance and develop the universal masculine and divine feminine qualities in us. Shiva is the eternal and universal consciousness and Shakti is the principle of the eternal and universal energy. When both of them are present, our lives get filled with meaning and love (based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos | Virinchi Shakti).

 

SRI GURU MANTRA - THE MANTRA OF UNIVERSAL GURU

om śrī gurave namaḥ

Translation: Let us meditate on Sri Guru, our eternal and universal spiritual teacher (based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos | Virinchi Shakti).

 

OM GAM GANAPATAYE NAMAH MANTRA | GANESHA MANTRA (REMIX 2) - A MANTRA TO REMOVE OBSTACLES AND NURTURE SUCCESS AND GOOD FORTUNE

om  gam ganapataye namaḥ

Meaning: Om Ganesha, Father of possibilities, help me in reaching my goals, in removing or solving all the difficulties. Please, support my development in a successful life (based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos | Virinchi Shakti).

 

 

MAHA MRITYUNJAYA MANTRA (REMIX2) - THE MANTRA OF LIFE FORCE AND CONSCIOUSNESS WITH POWERFUL HEALING EFFECT

om tryambakaṁ yajāmahe

sugandhim puṣṭivardhanam

urvārukamiva bandhanān

mṛtyor mukśīya māmṛtāt

Translation: Let us pray to the Three-eyed, virtuous God who gives us well-being. May he sever us from our bondage to death as a rape cucumber is severed from its bondage to the vine. May he lead us to immortality and final liberation (based on the translation of Attila Bakos).

Meaning: Let us meditate on the infinitely merciful Lord Shiva’s grace. May he liberate us from the grip of suffering, illness, birth and death, and let us experience the immortality of the soul (based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos | Virinchi Shakti)

 

GAYATRI MANTRA - THE MANTRA OF SUPREME CONSCIOUSNESS, INNER DEVELOPMENT AND SELF-PURIFICATION

om bhūr bhuvaḥ svaḥ

tat savitur vareṇyam

bhargo devasya dhīmahi

dhiyo yo naḥ prachodayāt

Meaning: Let us meditate on the life-giving, brilliant Divine Source, that which radiates through the Sun God, the Father of Light, who created the universe and sustains the Celestial and Terrestrial beings. He removes all obstacles, sin and ignorance, and increases vitality. Let us pray the Mother of Light, who appears in the Sun-disk, to illuminate our mind and purify our heart, so that we can live in God’s enlightening radiance (based on the translation of Attila Bakos).

 

OM NAMO NARAYANAYA | VISHNU MULA MANTRA - THE MANTRA OF ALL-PERVADING DIVINE BRAHMAN

om namo nārāyanāya

Meaning: Let us meditate on Lord Vishnu Narayan, who pervades everything. He is Brahman, the ultimate reality. Let us meditate on Lord Vishnu Narayan, so that he would inspire our desires (based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos | Virinchi Shakti).

 

LOKAH SAMASTAH SUKINO BHAVANTU MANTRA - PEACE MANTRA

lokaḥ samastaḥ sukino bhavantu  

Translation: May all beings be free from suffering everywhere and find inner, supreme happiness, bhava. So be it!

Meaning: May all beings be happy and free everywhere, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.

The mantra Lokah Samastah Sukino Bhavantu is not a shloka or vakhya from an ancient Vedic scripture but an ancient prayer which was handed down from guru to disciple, and thus has been handed down to us. Brahmana priests recited this mantra during Vedic fire ceremonies in certain traditions, so that with the help of the magical force of fire the sublimated prayer would reach a higher level of consciousness (based on the translation of Judit Eszter Bakos | Virinchi Shakti).

 

 

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