Twenty Three Tantra Technics

And there is this accusation that Tantra is basically sex oriented and many indulge in it for Orgies.

I have been meaning to write on Tantra as Password protected , paid articles to restrict access.

I shall do so some time in future.

In the mean while I was worried about some youngsters(Male and Female) asking me whether they can perform Yoni/Linga Pooja.

I have decided to out line the outline what Tantra is.


What is Tantra?

It is a very complicated subject and a dangerous one too for the uninitiated.

I have refrained from writing on this lest some may start practicing it with out understanding the implications.

I seem to have referred to the Tantra in some of my articles.

I have been receiving mails on this and some of them are disturbing in the sense that it might affect some who venture to practice it.

Sri Vidya Diagram with Ten Mahavidyas
Sri Vidya Diagram with Ten Mahavidyas  Triangles represent Shiva and Shakti, Snake , Spanda and Kundalini.

 

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And there is this accusation that Tantra is basically sex oriented and many indulge in it for Orgies.

I have been meaning to write on Tantra as Password protected , paid articles to restrict access.

I shall do so some time in future.

In the mean while I was worried about some youngsters(Male and Female)  asking me whether  they can perform Yoni/Linga Pooja.

I have decided to out line what Tantra is.

Do not practice Tantra unless initiated by a Guru .

As I have indicated in many of my articles a real Guru will find you if you are ardent enough.

There are various ways to realize Self/God.

There are,

Gnana Yoga, Path of Knowledge,at the mental level,

Bhakti Yoga,Surrendering to God, emotional Level,

Karma Yoga,path of action, Physical and mental level and

Raja Yoga, reaching the mental discipline through Physical control/regulation.

These were developed by Rishis by personal experience.

It is not mandatory that that all of them suit an individual.

As there are as many dispositions among people there are many paths.

So they differ and what suits one may not suit another.

There is no blanket solution.

One’s mental capacity and wisdom level is to be understood and dispositions analysed before any of the procedures are recommended.

Hence a Guru is needed.

Who is a Guru?

A realized soul who dispassionately analyses you and offer solutions and he does not advertise himself nor does he seek any thing in return.

For more on this read my post who is a Guru.

Self realization is a personal goal and can be attained only by personal experience.

So when one practices any of the methods of Yoga mentioned above, one comes across some practices which have been productive and they are handed down to us.

It need not be conducive to our disposition.

One such practice is Tantra.

There are various practices, Sadhanas in following  in any of the four Yogas.

They are,

Mantra, mystically locked Sounds,

Yantra. Geometric images to concentrate with the aid of the Mantras, and Tantras.

Apart from these, which come under Raja yoga and Karma yoga, there are slokas and Stuthis.

Slokas and Stuthis may be followed by any one.

Not Mantra, Yantra and Tantra.

A severe discipline is needed.

These need Guru Upadesa.

However there are some  Mantras that can be used without a Guru but by taking Subrahmanya, Dakshinamurthy or Krishna as Guru.

I have posted such Mantras.

Tantra does not find a place in Vedas.

They are found in Agamas and even this is not confirmed.

As stated earlier, these are individual tools obtained while performing any of the four yogas.

Second-hand knowledge of the self gathered from books or gurus can never emancipate a man until its truth is rightly investigated and applied; only direct realisation will do that. Realise yourself, turning the mind inward.Tripura Rahasya, 18: 89

 

 

Tantra (Sanskrit: तन्त्र), also called Tantrism and Tantric religion, is an ancient Indian tradition of beliefs and meditation and ritual practices that seeks to channel the divine energy of the macrocosm or godhead into the human microcosm, to attain siddhis and moksha. It arose no later than the 5th century CE, and it had a strong influence on both Hinduism and Buddhism.

According to David N. Lorenzen, two different kind of definitions of Tantra exist, a “narrow definition” and a “broad definition.” According to the narrow definition, Tantrism, or “Tantric religion,” refers only to the traditions which are based on the Tantras, Samhitas and Agamas. This definition refers primarily to a tradition which is primarily based in the higher social classes, which were literate, and lived in or close by urban centers.

According to the broad definition, Tantra refers to a broad range of religious traditions with a “magical” orientation. This includes the upper class texts and traditions, but also practices and rituals from lower social classes, which were less educated, and lived more in the rural areas.

According to David Gordon White,

Tantra is that Asian body of beliefs and practices which, working from the principle that the universe we experience is nothing other than the concrete manifestation of the divine energy of the godhead that creates and maintains that universe, seeks to ritually appropriate and channel that energy, within the human microcosm, in creative and emancipatory ways

 

Characteristics of Tantra.

  1. Centrality of ritual, especially the worship of deities
  2. Centrality of mantras
  3. Visualisation of and identification with a deity
  4. Need for initiation, esotericism and secrecy
  5. Importance of a teacher (guru, acharya)
  6. Ritual use of mandalas (maṇḍala)
  7. Transgressive or antinomian acts
  8. Revaluation of the body
  9. Revaluation of the status and role of women
  10. Analogical thinking (including microcosmic or macrocosmic correlation)
  11. Revaluation of negative mental states

Purpose of Tantra.

Tantric ritual seeks to access the supra-mundane through the mundane, identifying the microcosm with the macrocosm.The Tantric aim is to sublimate (rather than negate) reality.The Tantric practitioner seeks to use prana (energy flowing through the universe, including one’s body) to attain goals which may be spiritual, material or both

Tantric teachings are passed on orally in a teacher-student relationship Initiation by a teacher is necessary for the practice to be successful.

Tantra Technics.

  • Dakshina: Donation or gift to one’s teacher
  • Diksha: Initiation ritual which may include shaktipat
  • Yoga, including breathing techniques (pranayama) and postures (asana), is employed to balance the energies in the body/mind.
  • Mudras, or hand gestures
  • Mantras: reciting syllables, words, and phrases
  • Singing of hymns of praise (stava)
  • Mandalas
  • Yantras: symbolic diagrams of forces at work in the universe
  • Visualization of deities and Identification with deities, Dhyana, Dharna
  • Puja (worship ritual)
  • Animal sacrifice
  • Use of taboo substances such as alcohol, cannabis, meat and other entheogens.
  • Prayashcitta – an expiation ritual performed if a puja has been performed wrongly
  • Nyasa
  • Ritual purification (of idols, of one’s body, etc.)
  • Guru bhakti (devotion) and puja
  • Yatra: pilgrimage, processions
  • Vrata: vows, sometimes to do ascetic practices like fasting
  • The acquisition and use of siddhis or supernormal powers. Associated with the left hand path tantra.
  • Ganachakra: A ritual feast during which a sacramental meal is offered.
  • Ritual Music and Dance.
  • Maithuna: ritual sexual union (visualized or with an actual physical consort).
  • Dream yoga.
  • It is evident these are the offshoots of Yoga.

Reference and Citation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tantra#Scholarly_definitions

Bhogar Explains Gayatri Mantra New Approach

This expands as the Universe.

This power is in many Forms

This Power Impels our Mind to function.

Let us Pray to Light the most potent of this Power .

Seven births indicate the number of births one has to undergo.


The interpretation of the Gayatri Mantra depends on one’s spiritual status and his enlightenment level.

I have written a few articles on the meaning of the Gayatri Mantra, including the explanation by Adi Shankaracharya.

The interpretation  depends on one’s system of Philosophy/Faith.

Whatever the interpretation  is the core meaning and the power of Gayatri remains unchanged.

Siddhas are Realized souls who are timeless.

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The Gayatri Mantra.

Their interpretation of the Gayatri Mantra provides a different and novel Perspective.

One might notice that no deity is mentioned in the Gayatri mantra.

This is like the Ganesha Mantra,

suklambratharam vishnum sasi varnam chatur bhujam,

prasanna vadnam dhyayeeth sarva vignopasanthaye.

The term Vishnu means the one who supports.

Siddhas refer to Reality the Brahman as Nirguna, Without Attributes.

And the mention Siva  mostly in the sense of attribute-less reality as auspicious.

Siva means auspiciousness.

An interesting explanation of the Gayatri Mantra is provided by Bhogar,a Siddha on par with sage Agastya.

He occupies the second list of Siddhas after Siva and is among the top of the eighteen Sidddhas.

Bhogar explains,

The sound ‘o’ expanded by an explosion into the sounds of ‘A’,’U’ and ‘M’

These three sound became the Motion.

This in turn expanded into the Five Elements,

Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether.

These in turn combined to form four different wombs and seven births.

This expands as the Universe.

This power is in many Forms

This Power Impels our Mind to function.

Let us Pray to Light the most potent of this Power .

Seven births indicate the number of births one has to undergo.

As to four wombs (Yonis) one explanation can be the three genders,Male, Female and Neuter.

In this case what does Bhogar indicate?

The other explanation is the essence of Saiva Siddhantha.

Pasu, ( Jivatma, individual soul)

Pathi (Paramatma, the Brahman, Universal Soul without Attributes.

Paasam, the bond akin to Maya/Avidya of Advaita.

I am trying to get clarification on this

 

‘ஓ என்ற புள்ளியாகிய இறைவன் ஓம் என்ற பிரணவமாக பெரு வெடிப்பானான் . இந்த பிரணவம் அகார உகார மகார என்ற சக்தியாக விரிவானது . இந்த ஓங்காரம் விரிவடைந்து அகார உகார , மகர நாத விந்து சக்தியானது . . இது பஞ்ச வித்தாக , பஞ்ச பூதமாக விரிவானது . பஞ்ச பூதங்கள் நால்வகை யோனி எழுவகை பிறப்பாக இப்பிர பஞ்சமாக விரிவானது . இந்த பஞ்சபூத இறை சக்தி நமது புத்தியை செயல் படவைக்கிறது. இந்த இறை சக்தி பல வடிவாக இந்த பிரபஞ்சதில் உள்ளது அவற்றுள் மிக சிறந்த வடிவான ஒளி வடிவத்தில் இறைவனை தியானிப்போம் . இந்த விளக்கத்தில் காயத்திரியும் இல்லை சூரியனும் இல்லை

Reference and citation

http://www.siddharyogam.com/siddharphilosopies/gayathrimanthra

OM In Sumerian Prayer 2600 BC Predates Veda

I have written on the early connections between the Sumerians and The Tamils of India and the probability of the ancestors of Sumerians and MU people being Tamils.

And Lord Rama , His Brother Bharata and King Dasaratha feature in Sumerian Kingslist!

“Those who recite the sound Om, (activates deathless Light in the body) and becomes radiant (amar su-ti-a)”

~ Temple Hymn 31


OM, the Sacred Mantra of Hinduism is powerful and is capable of altering Genes, and when chanted properly and thrown in a Tonoscope shows the Image of Sri Yantra,  a special Geometric Pattern used by Hindus in worship

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OM Mantra..

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Please read my articles on these.

OM contains three letters/sounds,

A,

U, and

M.

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Sumerian Cuneiform

Image Credit.www.ancient explorers.com

While A raises from the mouth,U from the throat, M raises from the stomach, the only three places from where the sounds can originate.

OM is used as a prefix of All Mantras.

It brings in Prosperity and helps concentrate the Mind and is used as a tool in Yoga.

Earliest reference to OM is found in the Rig Veda.

Now Rig Veda is dated around 1900 BC, though I am o the opinion that it should be around 5000 BC at the latest.

Lest the Heading of the Post may mislead, I am furnishing a comment and my reply.

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Ramanan Sir The Sumerian prayer predates Vedas is not correct. Because Vedas are the oldest knowledge in the world. Sumerians were an Indian Colony in the Middle East. They were from Sumeru region of the Himalayas. the prayer period of 2600 b.c. is much after Mahabharat War which shattered Worldwide Common Vedic Empire Of India. So how anything can predate Vedas? Please give your comments Regards Shrirang Sudrik

 

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    Dear Shrirang, What I meant to convey was that the Sumerian Prayer’s reference to OM pushes the Date of the Vedas from 1900 BC by at least by 1000 Years, the Sumerian Prayer being dated at 2600BC. The article is meant to convey only this point.The post’s heading can be interpreted as you have observed,
    As to Sumeria being part of the Sanatana Dharma, I have written quite a few article.I should improve.Why no calls for quite some time?Regds

(Date of Rig Veda has always been controversial as it is the oldest surviving literary work. Generally it is put at 1900 BC. Let us see how it came to that date and how experts differ on that date.)- Controversies in History

Max Muller
Max Muller assigned the period 1500 BCE to 500 BCE for Rigveda Samhita. One of the reasons given is that beginnings of human kind cannot be earlier to 4000 B.C.E. Muller took particular care to ensure that the hypothetical Aryan invasion took place after the Biblical flood and he arbitrarily assigned a date of 1200 B.C to the Rig Veda, which is considered as the oldest among the four Vedas. Since the evidence was flimsy, he recanted his earlier assignment near the end of his life.

But the Religious practices of the Sumerians  refer to OM.

I have written on the early connections between the Sumerians and The Tamils of India and the probability of the ancestors of Sumerians and MU people being Tamils.

And Lord Rama , His Brother Bharata and King Dasaratha feature in Sumerian Kingslist!

Those who recite the sound Om, (activates deathless Light in the body) and becomes radiant (amar su-ti-a)”

~ Temple Hymn 31 (Source)

 

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The mantra Om or “AUM” is typically associated with the Hindu tradition and is considered the primordial sound, one of the most ancient and sacred mantras. (You can read more about its sacred meaninghere.)

With this in mind, we were surprised and excited to come across a possible reference to this mantra in a Sumerian text from c. 2300 BCE – potentially over a thousand years older than the earliest references to it in Vedic literature. If true, the implications of this discovery are enormous.

Dr. K. Loganathan, a researcher in SumeroTamil studies believes that there is a strong link between the ancient Tamil language and ancient Sumerian and that Sumerian is, in fact, Archaic Tamil. Based on this hypothesis, he has developed a method for translating Sumerian tablets by matching a phonological reading of the cuneiform script with the ancient Tamil language, which he believes leads to a more accurate translation than the currently used widespread approach.

For example, Dr. Loganathan cites the following line from Temple Hymn 31 with the conventionally-accepted translation:

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[umbin]-se-ba amar su-ti-a ( Who snatches the calf with (his) [cla]ws )

However, by matching these words with ancient Tamil, a very different (and intriguing) meaning emerges:

Ta. Ombi-in isaiba amar sootiya ( Who recites this mantra sound Om (Ombi-in-isai), lights up (sutiya) deathlessness (amar) ) 

Or :

Those who recite the sound Om, (activates deathless Light in the body) and becomes radiant (amar su-ti-a)

Dr Loganathan also indicates additional lines that refer to people specifically uttering the sound (i.e., chanting a mantra).

Again in the lines below, the first example is the conventional translation while the second is interpreted from Ancient Tamil.

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Traditional translation: [tu-tu-ba-lu] su-ti-a ( Who catches [a man in his net]

SumeroTamil translation: Ta. tuuttuba uLu -sootiya ( Illuminates those people who utter it *tuuttu-bi-a)

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Traditional translation: [kala-ga gu-ab-ba] su-ti-a (  [The strong one] who snatches [the bull]

SumeroTamil translation: Ta. kalai-ka  kuuvappa sootiya ( The art of uttering  that gains inner light)

If Dr. Loganathan’s research is correct, there are many profound implications for those interested in ancient Sumeria, ancient India, and spirituality in general.

The earliest Hindu reference to the mantra OM is in the Rigveda, c. 1500-1200 BCE. The Sumerian text containing the lines above (Temple Hymn 31) date from 2300 BCE, meaning this reference to OM could predate the Hindu reference by almost 1,000 years! If true, this mantra has much older roots and origins than the Vedas and seems to have been recognized as spiritually significant in cultures beyond the Hindu and Buddhist (as is commonly perceived today).
OM reference in the Rig Veda.When reading through the translated Sumerian cuneiform tablets, other similarities between the Hindu and Sumerian cultures are at times quite evident, such as for instance a description of the goddess Inana that sounds remarkably similar to the Hindu Kali, a divine female goddess representing the sacred role of the Destroyer.

The Gayatri mantra from the Rig Veda, for example, begins with Om. The mantra is extracted from the 10th verse of Hymn 62 in Book III of the Rig Veda.These recitations continue to be in use, and major incantations and ceremonial functions begin and end with Om.

Source and citations.

http://www.thespiritualsun.com/practices/texts/sumerian/the-mantra-om-in-ancient-sumeria

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Om#Vedas

ॐ भूर्भुवस्व: |
तत्सवितुर्वरेण्यम् |
भर्गो देवस्य धीमहि |
धियो यो न: प्रचोदयात् ||

Om. Earth, atmosphere, heaven.
Let us think on that desirable splendour
of Savitr, the Inspirer. May he stimulate
us to insightful thoughts.

— Rig Veda III.62.10, Translated by Julius Lipner

OM Alters Genes Immunity Massachusetts General Hospital

Its ability to affect the Electro Magnetic Filed around and in us.

Its resonance is that of the Earth, Schumann Resonance.

OM’s effects on the individual’s mind state, especially the Alpha Waves is staggering.

I have published articles on these subjects


Scientific study of OM is gaining currency in the West and numerous researches have proved its unique features.

Its ability to affect the Electro Magnetic Filed around and in us.

OM, 3 D Wall paper.jpg OM, 3 D Wall paper.

Its resonance is that of the Earth, Schumann Resonance.

OM’s effects on the individual’s mind state, especially the Alpha Waves is staggering.

I have published articles on these subjects.

Chanting God's Name and Mantra.gif Chanting God’s Name and Mantra- a Comparison.

Researchers in the Massachusetts General Hospital have found,

that the relaxation response – a state of deep rest attained through breathing, meditation, yoga and other practices — triggers changes in gene expression that can affect the body’s immune function, energy metabolism and insulin secretion. The new research — the first to look at rapid, gene-level changes following the relaxation practice — is published in the journal PLOS ONE.

Herbert Benson, a senior author of the new study, first described the “relaxation response” — what he calls the physiologic opposite of fight-or-flight — nearly 40 years ago. He’s now the director emeritus of the Benson-Henry institute for Mind-Body Medicine at MGH, where the technique is used to help patients manage a wide variety of medical conditions from anxiety and chronic pain to cancer.

Benson says the new research should give a credibility boost to his endeavors (which, by the way, non-Westerners have been practicing in various forms for thousands of years). “There’s now a scientific basis for these mind-body approaches that work,” Benson said. “For the mainstream, every little bit of evidence helps.”

Benson’s collaborator, Towia Libermann, PhD, director of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) Genomics, Proteomics, Bioinformatics and Systems Biology Center and co-senior author of the study, says the evidence clearly links the relaxation response to rapid changes in gene expression. “There is a relatively small subset of biological pathways affected by relaxation response,” he said. For instance, a pathway involved in immune disturbances and inflammation was repressed after the relaxation technique while another set of pathways involved in mitochondrial function and energy production were enhanced.

The study involved 52 people — 26 were long-time practitioners of the relaxation response, 26 had never done it, but were trained in the technique. The subjects had blood drawn before, immediately after they practiced, and 15 minutes later, and then researchers used advanced gene expression profiling and systems biology analysis to determine any changes in gene expression. These changes, Libermann said, occurred in both groups but were more pronounced among the long-time relaxers.

Libermann, who has been working with Benson for 10 years, says he was drawn to this research “to convince myself that there’s really something going on here, and it’s not just a placebo effect.” Now, he says: “I’m pretty convinced.” He and Benson are currently investigating whether the relaxation response triggers molecular-level changes in people with hypertension, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and other diseases.

Here’s more from MGH:

In 2008, Benson and Libermann led a study finding that long-term practice of the relaxation response changed the expression of genes involved with the body’s response to stress. The current study examined changes produced during a single session of relaxation response practice, as well as those taking place over longer periods of time.

The study enrolled a group of 26 healthy adults with no experience in relaxation response practice, who then completed an 8-week relaxation response training course. Prior to starting their training, the participants went through what was essentially a control group session – blood samples were taken before and immediately after they listened to a 20-minute health education CD and again 15 minutes later. After completing the training course, a similar set of blood tests was taken before and after participants listened to a 20-minute CD used to elicit the relaxation response as part of daily practice.

The sets of blood tests taken before the training program were designated “novice,” and those taken after training completion were categorized as from “short-term practitioners.” For further comparison a similar set of blood samples was taken from a group of 25 individuals with 4 to 25 years experience regularly eliciting the relaxation response through many different techniques before and after they listened to the same relaxation response CD. Blood samples from all participants were analyzed to determine the expression of more than 22,000 genes at the different time points.

The results revealed significant changes in the expression of several important groups of genes between the novice samples and those from both the short- and long-term sets, with even more pronounced changes in the long-term practitioners. A systems biology analysis of known interactions among the proteins produced by the affected genes revealed that pathways involved with energy metabolism, particularly the function of mitochondria, were upregulated during the relaxation response. Pathways controlled by activation of a protein called NF-κB – known to have a prominent role in inflammation, stress, trauma and cancer – were suppressed after relaxation response elicitation. The expression of genes involved in insulin pathways was also significantly altered.’

 

Research Report Published in plos.org visit the following Link.

Relaxation Response Induces Temporal Transcriptome Changes in Energy Metabolism, Insulin Secretion and Inflammatory Pathways Effects of Yoga and OM Chanting Research Report.

Citation and References.

http://commonhealth.wbur.org/2013/05/genes-altered-after-relaxation-practice

OM Earth’s Breath 7.83 Hz,Schumann Resonance

That is your stimuli is converted into electro magnetic wave and is sent across and this is received by the Brain and it decodes and assigns the messages to their respective slots in the Brain.

Now any and everything in the Universe vibrates from the Atom to the Galaxies.

So when the is a stimuli there is electro magnetic activity.

Ultimately our brain decodes everything electro magnetically and it is converted into understandable message when they are processed and sent back.

These vibrations as understood in the light of electromagnetism has thrown some interesting results.


The sound OM (A,U,M) is the sacred chant of Sanatana Dharma, Hinduism.

OM.jpg OM

Sounds originate from three points in the Human Body.

From the Mouth,

Throat and

Abdomen.

The alphabets of any and every Language must have these letters.

Schumann Resonance.In the Brain.jpg Schumann Resonance.In the Brain

These letters constitute the entire Universe by their vibrations.

The Universe Vibrates.

Universe is always in Motion.

Motion produces Vibration.

There is a controversy about Vibration and Sound.

Which precedes or causes the other?

Does sound cause Vibration or is it the other way around?

We can observe sound creating vibration and vibration causing sound.

Not all vibrations can cause observable sound.

These vibrations exist in the Universe and within ourselves.

The vibrations can be studied by Spectroscopy.

These vibrations have a direct effect on Electromagnetism.

Our Brain and our nervous system, as we all know, consist of Nerve cells.

Nerve Cells transmit messages to the Brain

Nerve Cells consist of Axon,Dendrites and Nuclei.

When we receive a message or a stimulation of our senses these sensations are carried to the brain by a chain of nerve cells,one transmitting to another.

But there is a microscopic gap between one Nerve( I have used this term so that people can understand-Axon and Dendrites terms are not used in the article.Those interested may read a chapter on Nervous system from any standard text-book for Class x/xii). and another.

This gap is called the Synaptic Gap.

Earlier it was believed that the messages from one nerve to another is being transmitted by a chemical in the Gap.

Now it is found that the messages pass through this gap electromagnetically.

That is your stimuli is converted into electro magnetic wave and is sent across and this is received by the Brain and it decodes and assigns the messages to their respective slots in the Brain.

 

Now any and everything in the Universe vibrates from the Atom to the Galaxies.

So when the is a stimuli there is electro magnetic activity.

Ultimately our brain decodes everything electro magnetically and it is converted into understandable message when they are processed and sent back.

These vibrations as understood  in the light of electromagnetism has thrown some interesting results.

As said earlier, every thing vibrates, including the Earth.

And Vibration causes resonance.

Earth moves, is in Motion and hence Vibrates.

So it ought to produce Electro Magnetic Waves.

Schumann Resonance.

‘The Schumann resonances (SR) are a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low-frequency (ELF) portion of the Earth’s electromagnetic field spectrum. Schumann resonances are global electromagnetic resonances, generated and excited by lightning discharges in the cavity formed by the Earth’s surface and the ionosphere…

Lightning discharges are considered to be the primary natural source of Schumann resonance excitation; lightning channels behave like huge antennas that radiate electromagnetic energy at frequencies below about 100 kHz.These signals are very weak at large distances from the lightning source, but the Earth–ionosphere waveguidebehaves like a resonator at ELF frequencies and amplifies the spectral signals from lightning at the resonance frequencies.

In an ideal cavity, the resonant frequency of the n-th mode f_{n} is determined by the Earth radius a and the speed of light c.

f_{n} =\frac{c}{2 \pi a}\sqrt{n(n+1)}

The real Earth–ionosphere waveguide is not a perfect electromagnetic resonant cavity. Losses due to finite ionosphere electrical conductivity lower the propagation speed of electromagnetic signals in the cavity, resulting in a resonance frequency that is lower than would be expected in an ideal case, and the observed peaks are wide. In addition, there are a number of horizontal asymmetries – day-night difference in the height of the ionosphere, latitudinal changes in the Earth’s magnetic field, sudden ionospheric disturbances, polar cap absorption, variation in the Earth radius of ± 11 km from equator to geographic poles, etc. that produce other effects in the Schumann resonance power spectra…

This global electromagnetic resonance phenomenon is named after physicist Winfried Otto Schumann who predicted it mathematically in 1952. Schumann resonances occur because the space between the surface of the Earth and the conductive ionosphere acts as a closed waveguide. The limited dimensions of the Earth cause this waveguide to act as a resonant cavity for electromagnetic waves in the ELF band. The cavity is naturally excited by electric currents in lightning. Schumann resonances are the principal background in the electromagnetic spectrum beginning at 3 Hz and extending to 60 Hz, and appear as distinct peaks at extremely low frequencies (ELF) around 7.83 (fundamental),14.3, 20.8, 27.3 and 33.8 Hz.

In the normal mode descriptions of Schumann resonances, the fundamental mode is a standing wave in the Earth–ionosphere cavity with a wavelength equal to the circumference of the Earth. This lowest-frequency (and highest-intensity) mode of the Schumann resonance occurs at a frequency of approximately 7.83 Hz, but this frequency can vary slightly from a variety of factors, such as solar-induced perturbations to the ionosphere, which comprises the upper wall of the closed cavity.[citation needed] The higher resonance modes are spaced at approximately 6.5 Hz intervals

Schumann Resonance.

Studies indicate the chanting of OM produces the same frequency as that of Earth, 7.83 Hz.

Resonances of earth, ie, 7.83,  13.7, 19.6, 25.5, 31.4, 37.3 and 43.2 Hertz of earth. We all know 7.83 hz being the strongest of all, OM or Schumann frequency.

Ohm- 7.83Hz
Gam – 13.7Hz
Hleem – 19.6Hz
Hreem – 25.5Hz
Kleem – 31.4Hz
Krowm – 37.3Hz
Sreem – 43.2Hz

The Schumann Resonances are the result of cosmic energy build-up within the cavity that exists between Earth’s highly conductive surface and the conducting layer in the upper atmosphere called the ionosphere. the space between the surface of the earth and the conductive ionosphere acts as a waveguide. The cavity is naturally excited by energy from lightning strikes. This ionospheric charge creates an electrical shield around the Earth.. The atmosphere is a dielectric insulator, which separates the two. Thus a spherical capacitor as well as a spherical resonator is created and maintained. Electrical signals of sufficient wavelength (low-frequency) are wave-guided around and around between this “sphere within a sphere” and is the base Schumann Resonance of 7.8Hz mainly traveling from West to East.

7.83 HZ or the ALPHA frequency  is the gateway that leads into deeper states of consciousness.

Most people are in an alpha state during the short time immediately before they fall asleep and when the conscious nervous system switches over to the subconscious.

Citation.Ajit Vadakayil . An Erudite Blog, suggest you read this.

The Vibration of OM is the Vibration Of Earth.

More to follow on this and Atomic Vibration.

 

Rig Veda Sandhya Vandhana Mantras English


I am providing Sandhya vandana Mantra for Rif Vedins below.

1. aachamanam –

sit in a squatting position, facing east or north.

The hands should be between the knees. Bend all the fingers other than the thumb and the small finger slightly so that the palm makes a hollow.

Take a very small quantity of water in the palm and sip, reciting the following three mantras (one sip for each mantra)

om achyutaaya namaha

om anantaaya namaha

om govindaaya namaha

keshavaaya namaha (touch right cheek with right thumb)

naaraayaNaaya namaha (touch left cheek with right thumb)

maadhavaaya namaha (touch right eye with right ring finger)

govindaaya namaha (touch left eye with right ring finger)

vishNave namaha (touch right nostril with right index finger)

madhusoodanaaya namaha (touch left nostril with right index finger)

trivikramaaya namaha (touch left ear with right small finger)

vaamanaaya namaha (touch left ear with right small finger)

shreedharaaya namaha (touch right shoulder with right middle finger)

Rushikeshaaya namaha (touch left shoulder with right middle finger)

padmanaabhaaya namaha (touch naval with right hand)

daamodaraaya namaha (touch head with right hand)

2. praaNaayaama Bend the index and middle fingers.

Press right nostril with the thumb and left nostril with the ring finger and the small finger.

First draw in the breath through the left nostril while mentally chanting the following mantra.

Then hold the breath, mentally chanting the same mantra again.

Let the breath out through the right nostril, again mentally chanting the same mantra.

These three actions of inhaling, holding the breath and exhaling, during which the mantra is chanted three times, makes one praaNaayaama.

om bhoohu om bhuvaha om suvaha om mahaha om janaha om tapaha om satyam om tatsavitu vareNyam bhargodevasya dheemahi dheeyoyonah prachodayaat om aapo jyotirasomrutam brahma bhoor bhuvassuvarom

3. sankalpam .

Place the left palm, turned upward, on the right thigh and place the right palm, turned downward on the left palm.

Recite the following mantra .

mama upaatta samasta durita kshaya dwaaraa shree parameshwara preetyartham (Depending upon the time of day) praatah sandhyaah karishye madhyaanhikam sandhyaam karishye saayam sandhyaam karishye

4. mantra prokshaNam Reciting “om keshavaaya namaha” , write om on water with finger and touch the spot between the two eyebrows with that finger.

Then, while reciting the first seven of the following nine mantras, sprinkle water on the head with the ring finger.

While reciting the eighth mantra, sprinkle water on the feet.

Again sprinkle water on the head while reciting the nine mantras.

aapohishThaa mayo bhuvaha | tana oorje dadhaatana | maheraNaaya chakshase | yovah shivatamorasah tasya bhaajayate hanaha | ushateeriva maataraha | tasma aranga maamava | yasya kshayaya jinvadha | aapo janayata janaha | om bhoorbhuvassuvaha ||

Now take a little water in the palm and rotate the palm around the head with the following mantra

om bhoorbhuvassuvaha

5. praashanam sipping water with mantra

Take a little water in the palm and sip, after reciting the following mantra

praatah sandhyaa – sooryashcha ma manyushcha manyu patayashcha manyukRutebhya paapebhyo rakshantam yad raatryaa paapa maa karsham manasaa vaachaa hastabhyam padbhyaam udareNa shishna raatreeh tadaa valumbatu yad kincha duritam mayi idam aham mama amRuta yonou soorya jyotishee juhomi svaahaa

madhyaanha sandhyaa –

aapa punantu pRuthveem pRuthvee poota punaatu maam punantu brahmaNaspatir brahma poota punaatu maam yad uchishTamabhojyam asatam cha pratigraham svaahaa

saayam sandhyaa – agnishcha ma manyushcha manyu patayashcha manyu kRutebhya paapebhyo rakshantam yadahna paapama karsham manasaa vaachaa hastabhyam paadabhyam udareNa shishna ahastada valumbatu yad kinchid duritam mayi idamaham maam amRuta yonau satye jyotishee juhomi swaahaa

6. aachamanam om achyutaaya namaha om anantaaya namaha om govindaaya namaha

7. punah prokshaNam

sprinkling water again. sprinkle water on the head with the following mantra

dadhikraavaNNa iti mantrasya vaamadeva rushihi anushTup cChandaha dadhikraava devataa apaam prokshaNe viniyogaha

om dadhikraavaNNo akaarisham jishNorashvasya vaajinah surabhee no mukhaakaraat praaNa aayugmshi taarishat aapo hishThaa mayobhuvaha tana oorje dadhaatana maheraNaaya chakshase yovah shivatamo rasaha tasya bhaajayatehanaha ushateeriva maataraha tasmaa arangamaamavaha yasya kshayaaya jinvata aapo janayataachanaha om bhoorbhuvassuvaha

rutancha satyancha tapasodyata tato raatree jaayataa tadaa samudro aarNavaa samudradaarNavaa dadhi samvadvaro ajaayata aho raatraani vidhatat viswasyamishadho vasi soorya chandramaasou tadaa yat poorvamagalpayat divancha pruthveem santarishmato suva Rigveda sandhyaavandanam

arghya pradaanam Offering water morning

– stand facing east. Noon – stand facing north and do the same twice evening – squat facing west and do the same three times Take plenty of water in both palms and raising the heels a little, pour the water down through the tips of the fingers other than the thumb reciting the following mantra. This is to be done three times.

om bhoorbhuvassuvah tatsaviturvareNyam | bhargo devasya dheemahi dheeyo yonah prachodayaat ||

9. praayashchita arghyam Offering of water in atonement for failure to perform the worship at the proper time Do praaNaayama once, as in 2nd step. Then offer arghya once, as in 8th step. Then reciting om Bhoorbhuvassuvaha turn round once and sprinkle a little water around you.

praatah sandhyaa – om yadatya gacCha vRutrahaan | udaaya abhisoorya sarvaan dateendra te vaache

madhyaanha sandhyaa – om utkedtbhee shrutamaagam vRushabhaam naryabasim astarameshi soorya

saayam sandhyaa – om na tasya mayaa yaachanaa ripureeseetaa martya yo agnaye datacha havyadaatibhihi

10. aikyaanusandhaanam Meditation on the identity of the individual self and the supreme self.

Sit down, close the eyes and mentally chant

– asavaadityo brahma brahmai vaham asmi 11. deva tarpaNam Offering of water to the gods Morning – squat, facing east. Noon – squat, facing north. Evening – squat, facing north Pour water through the finger tips of both hands reciting the following mantras –

aadityam tarpayaami somam tarpayaami angaarakam tarpayaami budham tarpayaami  v1 Ruhaspatim tarpayaami shukram tarpayaami shanaishcharam tarpayaami raahum tarpayaami ketum tarpayaami keshavam tarpayaami naaraayaNam tarpayaami maadhavam tarpayaami govindam tarpayaami vishNum tarpayaami madhusoodanam tarpayaami trivikramam tarpayaami vaamanam tarpayaami shreedharam tarpayaami hRushikesham tarpayaami padmanaabham tarpayaami daamodaram tarpayaami

12. japa sankalpa Sit on a wooden plank or small carpet.

The eyes should be halfclosed and the mind should be concentrated on the mantras which are to be recited mentally.

Morning – sit facing east.

Noon – sit facing north.

Evening – sit facing west. The vessel of water should be kept in front.

First chant shuklaambaradharam vishNum shashivarNam chaturbhujam prasanna vadanam dhyaayet sarva vighnopashaantaye

12.1 – praaNaayaama om bhoohu om bhuvaha om suvaha om mahaha om janaha om tapaha om satyam om tatsavitur vareNyam bhargo devasya dheemahi dheeyo yonah prachodayaat om aapojyotirasa amrutam brahma bhoorbhuvassuvarom

Now chant the following, with the left palm facing upward on right thigh, and right palm facing downward on top of left palm –

mama upaatta samasta durita kshaya dvaaraa shree parameshwara preetyartham praatah – praatah sandhyaa gaayatree mahaamantra japam karishye

madhyaanha – madhyaanhika gaayatree mahaamantra japam karishye

saayam – saayam sandhyaa gaayatree mahaamantra japam karishye

13. praNava japam praNavasya rushi brahma (recite, touching the head with the fingers of the right hand) devee gaayatree cChandaha (recite, touching the upper lip) paramaatmaa devataa (recite, touching the chest) bhooraadi sapta vyaahruteenaam atri bhrugu kutsa vasishTha goutama kaashyapa aangeerasa rushayaha (recite, touching the head ) gaayatree ushnika anushTup bruhati pankti trishTup jagatyah cChandaamsi (recite, touching the upper lip ) agni vaayu arka vaageesha varuNa indra vishvedeva devataah (recite, touching the chest)

13.1 – praaNaayaama (3 times) om bhoohu om bhuvaha om suvaha om mahaha om janaha om tapaha om satyam om tatsavituvareNyam bhargodevasya dheemahi dheeyoyonah prachodayaat om aapo jyotirasomRutam brahma bhoorbhuvassuvarom

14. gaayatree aavaahanam Invoking Gaayatri ayatu iti anuvaakasya vaamadeva rushihi (recite, touching the head) anushTup cChandaha (recite, touching the upper lip) gaayatree devataa (recite, touching the chest)

With the following mantras invoke gaayatri devi in the heart by means of the aavaahani mudra om ityekaaksharam brahmaa agnir devataa brahmaa preetyartham gaayatram cChandam paramaatmam svaroopam saajyam viniyogam aayatu varadaa devi akshatram brahma samhitam gaayatri Chandasam matedam brahma jushaswana oojosi, sahosi, balamasi, brajosi, devaanaam dhaama naamaasi vishwamasi, vishwaayu sarvamasi, sarvaayu abhipoorom, gaayatreem aavahayaami, saavitreem aavaahayaami saraswateem aavaahayaami,c Chanda Rushinaam aavaahayaami, shriyam aavaahayaami, gaayatrya gaayatrishChando vishwaamitra rushihi savitaa devataa

agnir mukham brahma, shiro vishNu, hrudaya rudra, shikhaa pruthvee, yoni praaNa apaana vyaano daana samaano sapraaNaa shweta varNa, sankhyayaana sagotra, gaayatri chatur vishatyakshara tripada sadrushi pancha sheershopanayane viniyogaha

15. gaayatree nyaasam saavitrya rushih vishvaamitraha (recite, touching the head) niChrudgaayatree cChandaha (recite, touching the upper lip) savitaa devataa (recite, touching the chest)

16. gaayatree japam (108 times) Gaayatri japa – morning – stand facing east, the palms joined and held in front of your face Noon – stand or sit facing east, the joined palms in front of the chest Evening – sit facing west, the joined palms in front of your navel The hands should be covered with the angavastra, or a piece of cloth. The mantra should be chanted mentally without movement of the lips.

om bhoorbhuvasvah tatsaviturvareNyam bhargodevasya dheemahi dheeyo yonah prachodayaat

17. gaayatree upasthaanam Prayer to Gaayatri to return to Her abode First do praaNaayaama once, sitting down.Then stand up, facing the same direction as in step 16, join the palms and recite –

17.1 praaNaayaama 17.2 praatah sandhyaam upasthaanam karishye (praatah sandhyaa) aadityam upasthaanam karishye (madhyaanhikam sandhyaa) saayam sandhyaa upasthaanam karishye (saayam sandhyaa)

18. soorya upasthaanam Prayer to sun to return to His abode stand facing the same direction in which the japa is done, join the palms and salute the Paramaatman who is shining in the centre of the rising sun.

18.1 – praaNaayaama

18.2 – praatah sandhyaa – mitrasya charshani druto aavo devasya sanaasi dyumnam chitra shravasthamam mitro janaan yataayati bruvaano mitro dataara pruthveem udatyam mitra srushTir nimishaa abhishTe mitraaya havyam grutavajjuhotaa prashamitra marto astu prayaswaan yasta aaditya shikshati vrutena na hanyate na jeeyate dvoto sannama aho asnoDhyamtito na doorata

madhyaanhikam – aakrushNo na rajasaa vartamaano niveshayan amrutam martyancha hiraNyanena savitaa ratheno devo yadi bhuvananai pashyantachakshur devahitam purastashchakra mucharat pashyema sharadaam shatam jeevema sharadaam shatam hamsa shuchishat vasur antareeksha sat hotaa vedishadatir droNa sat nrushatvarasat rutasat vyomaasa tabja koja rutaja aadrija rutam bruhaat udutyam jaata vedasam devam vahanti hetava drushe visvaya sooryam apatye dayavo yadaa nakshatrayandyaktubhi shooraaya vishwaachakshase chitraan devaanaam udagadaaneekam chakshur mitrasya varuNasyaagye aapradyava pruthvee antariksha soorya aatma jagatastas dushacha tat sooryasya devatvam tan mahitwam madhya kartor vidhaatam sancha bhara yadeda yukta haridaasa sadastat aadratri vaasa sthaanu te asmaihi tanmitrasya varuNasya abhi chakshe sooryo roopam gruNute dyou roopasthe

saayam sandhyaa – imam me varuNa shruti hava madhya cha mruDaya tvaam mavasyu raachake tatwayaami brahmaNa vandamaanasa tadasaaste yajamaano havirbhi aheLamaano varuNeha bhodyurusa sa maa na aayu pramoshi yacChidite visho yadaa pradeva varuNa vratam minimasi dyavi dyavi yat kinchedam varuNa daivye jane abhidroham manushyascharamasi achitee yat tava dharma yoyopimaa maa nastasma tenaso deva reerisha kita vaaso yad reeripur na dheevi yad vaagha satya mutayanna vidma sarvaataa vishya sitireva devataa te syaama varuNa priyasa

19. samashTi abhivaadanam Prostration to all. Stand facing the same direction as in step 18.

Turn round to the next direction after each of the first four mantras. Then stand facing the original direction for the remaining mantras, palms joined – sandhyaayai namaha saavitryai namaha gaayatryai namaha saraswatyai namaha sarvebhyo devataabhyo namo namaha kaamo karshed manyur karshed namo namaha Rigveda sandhyaavandanam v1  pravara – example (aangeerasa, bhaarhaspatya, bhaaradwaaja trayee rusheya pravaraanvita, bhaaradwaaja gotra, ashvilaayana sootra, rugveda adhyaaya, …. sharmaNaam aham asmibho) abhivaadaye … rusheya pravaraanvita ……..gotra ………sootra ……… veda adhyaaya ……. sharmaNaam aham asmibho

20. digdevataa vandanam Prostration to the deities of the directions.

Stand facing the same direction as in step 16, Turn round and make obeisance to the deities of the four directions etc

– praachyai dishe namaha dakshiNaayai dishe namaha prateechyai dishe namaha udeechyai dishe namaha oordhvaaya namaha aadhaaraaya namaha antarikshaaya namaha bhoomyai namaha brahmaNe namaha vishvane namaha mrutyuve namaha

21. yama vandanam Prostration to the Lord of Death.

Stand facing south, palms joined yamaaya namaha yamaaya dharmaraajaaya mrutyuve cha antakaaya cha vaivasvataaya kaalaaya sarva bhoota kshayaaya cha ouDumbharaaya dagnaaya neelaaya parameshTine vrukodharaaya chitraaya chitraguptaaya vai namaha chitra guptaaya vai namaha om namaha iti

22. harihara vandanam Prostration to Harihara.

Stand facing west rutagam satyam para brahma purusham krushNa pingaLam oordhvaretam viroopaaksham vishva roopaaya vai namaha vishwa roopaaya vai namaha om namaha iti

soorya naaraayaNa vandanam namaha saavitre jagadeka chakshushe jagat prasooti sthiti naasha hetave trayeen maayayaa triguNaatmaa dhaariNe virinchi naaraayaNa shankara aatmane dhyeya sadaa savitru manDala madhyavartee naaraayaNa sarasijaasana sannivishTa keyooravaan makara kunDalavaan kireeTi haari hiraNyavapur druta shankha chakra shankha chakra gadaa paaNe dwaarakaa nilayaachyute govinda punDareekaaksha rakshamaam sharaNaagatam aakaashat paThitam toyam yadaa gacChati saagaram sarva deva namaskaara shree keshavam prati gacChati shree keshavam prati gacChati om nama iti

24. samarpaNam Dedication.

Sit down, take a little water in the palm and pour it down through the fingers after reciting the following mantra –

kaayena vaachaa manasendriyairvaa buddhyaatmanaavaa prakrute svabhaavaat karomi yadyat sakalam parasmai naaraayaNaayeti samarpayaami aachamanam

25. rakshaa Protection. Chanting the following mantra, sprinkle a little water at the spot where the japa was performed. Then touch that spot with the ring finger and touch the forehead between the eyebrows. adya no devaa savitaa prajaavat saavee soubhagam para duswapneeya suva vishwaani deva savitaa duritaani paraa suvaa yad bhadram tama asuva

Citation with gratitude.

www.bharatiweb.com

Brahma Yagnam Mantras Procedure.


Brahma Yagnam is to be performed daily after Madhyanhikam..

 

Procedure and Mantras.

 

 

Achamanam

Face East ….. “Shuklam baradaram….” Followed by pranayamam “om Bhoo…”

Mamopatha samastha duritha kshya dwara sri Parameshwara preethyartham Brahma Yagnam karishye. Brahma yagnena Yakshye.

Chant and clean the hands with water

Vidhyudasi paapmanam vidhya me paapmanam amruthath Sathya mupaime

Mantras.

      Om Bhooo tatsa vithurvarenyam

       Om Bhuva Bhargo devasya Dheemahi

        Ogum suva Dhiyo yona prachodayath

        Om Bhooo Tatsa vithurvarenyam Bhargo devasya dheemahi

         Om Bhuva Dhiyo yona prachodayath

         Ogum Suva Tatsa vithurvarenyam Bhargo devasya Dheemahi Dhiyo yona         prachothayath

Chant  Vedic manthras, Each from One Veda, Rig,Yajur, Sama and Atharva.

Om Agnimeele purohitham Yagnasya Dheva mruthvijam, hotharam Rathna Dhathamam

Om Ishe Twoje Thwa vayavasthapayavastha Devo vassavitha prarpayathu sreshtathamaya karmane

Om Agna Aayahi veethaye grunano havyadathaye, ni hotha sadhsi bharhishi

Om sanno devirabheeshtaya Aapo peethaye sam yorabhisravanthu na

After this recite if possible vedic manthras that you know like Rudram, Chamakam etc

Sprinkle water round the head by reciting

Sathyam Thapa sradhayam juhomi

Recite three times with folded hands

Om namo brahmane namosthwagnaye nama pruthwyai nama oshadheebhya namo vaache namo vaachaspathaye  namo vishnave bruhathe karomi.

8.Clean the hands again with water by reciting “vrushtirasi vruschame paapmanamamruthath sathyamupaaga”

Do aachamanam

Chant “shuklam baradaram….”

Do Pranayamam, “om Bhoo…”

Mamopatha samastha duritha kshaya dwara sri parameshwra preethyartham  deva-rishi-pithru tharpanam karishye.

Touch water and clean your hands

Do deva tharpanam through the tip of fingers

1.Bramodaya ye deva thaan devaan tharpayami

                2.Sarvaan devaan tharpayami

Sarva deva ganaan tharpayami

                4.Sarva deva pathnis tharapayami

                5.Sarva deva ganapathnis tharpayami

13, Do rishi tharpanam by wearing yagnopaveetha as garland and pouring out water from  the liitle finger

1,Krishna dwaipayanaya ye rishaya thaan rishin tharpayami

Sarvaan risheen tharpayami

               3.Sarva rishi ganaan tharpayami

Sarve rishi pathnis tharpayami

                 5,Sarva rishi gana pathnistharpayami

Prajapathim kanda rishim tharpayami

Somam kanda rishim tharpayami

Agnim kanda rishim tharpayami

Put the Yagnopaveetham in normal fashion and pour water from the tips of fingers.

Viswan devan kanda rishin tharpayami

Samihithir devatha upanishada tharpayami

Yagnigir devatha upanishada tharpayami

                 12.Varuneer devatha upanishada tharpayami

Put the Yagnopaveetham and pour water by towards the left

Havyavaham tharpayami

                  14.Viswaan devaan kanda rishin tharpayaami

Pour water by the bottom of the palm towards self

15.Brahmanam swayambhuvam tharpayami

                   16.Viswan devan kandarishin tharpayami

                   17.Arunan kandarishin tharpayami

Put the Yagnopaveetham in normal fashion and pour water from the tips of fingers

    18.Sadasaspathim tharpayami

                    19.Rig vedam tharpayami

                    20.Yajur Vedam tharpayami 

Sama Vedam tharpayami

Atharvana Vedam tharpayami

Ithihasa puranam tharpayami

Kalpam tharpayami

14.Only those who have lost their father (others go to step 15)do Pithru tharpanam wearing the yagnopaveetham on the right shoulder pouring water between the thumb. And index finger.

                   1.Soma pithruman yamo angiraswan agni kavyavahana ithyadaya ye pithara                                     

                       thaan pithrun tharpayami,

Sarvaan pithrun tharpayami

Sarva pithru ganan tharpayami

Sarva pithru pathnistharpayami

Sarva pithru ganapanthnistharpayami

                    6.oorjam vahanthi amrutham grutham paya keelaalam parisruyatham

                        swadaastha  tharpayatha me pithrun trupyatha, trupyatha, trupyatha

                     7.Aabrahma sthambha paryantham jagat trupyathu

15.Put the yagnopaveetha in the normal fashion

Pour water saying Om That sat Brahmarpanamasthu

And then do aachamanam.

Brahma yagnam(sacrifice to Brahma) is the oblation offered to satisfy Devas, Rishis(sages) and Pithrus(ancestors).

 

Citation.

brahminrituals.blogspot.in/

https://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2012/10/14/pithru-tharpanam-text-mantras-rite-of-hindus/