Archives for: March 2010

panchAkShara mahAmantra

Sarva krtyAtmakatva na - srShTi maH- sthiti shi - samhAra vA - tirodhAna ya - anugraha Sarva yugAtmakatva na - krta yuga maH - tretA yuga shi - dvApara yuga vA - kali yuga ya - yugAntara Sarva shuddhyAtmakatva na - Atma shuddhi maH -… more »

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shrI padmAvatI Ayudha stotram

The twenty-third tIrthankara of the Jainas is the well-known pArshvanAtha and the consort of his yakSha dharaNendra is known as padmAvatI. Jaina mantra-shAstra works such as bhirava padmAvatI kalpa, jinadatta sUryAmnAya, padmAvatI kalpa etc. discuss the… more »

AmnAya krama for panchamI

pUrvAmnAya bhuvaneshvarI tripurA lalitA padmA shUlinI sarasvatI tvaritA nityA vajraprastAriNI annapUrNA mahAlakShmI lakShmI vAgvAdinI dakShiNAmnAya prAsAda parameshvara dakShiNAmUrti vaTuka manjughoSha Bhairava Mr^itasanjIvanI a… more »

Carnatic Idol

kuNDalinI shakti nyAsa

In humans, the kuNDalinI is said to be present as a serpent of three and a half coils. However, the kuNDalinI in AdyA kAlI or mahAtripurasundarI transforms and various permutations of shakti-s emanate. For example, when the mUla kUNdalinI is triguNAtmik… more »

The Conspiracy behind

Satish Arigela pointed us to this interesting article. Good find! Considering this article is on our buddy Dwai's website, I am surprised how I missed it. Time to have another of our interesting talks :) It is totally another matter that Nithyananda'… more »

shAkta siddhAnta – 10

The Transcendent or anuttara (‘a’), by means of visarga (upto ‘h’ or prANa), reveals itself as shakti (‘ha’) and then returns to itself and abides in the indivisible prakAsha, which is its own eternal Self, called shiva-bindu (‘m’)-a-h-am. This is how i… more »

mahAvidyA

नमो वेदान्तवेद्ये ते नमो ब्रह्मस्वरूपिण&#23… more »

Trika - The Missing Pieces

According to tantra shAstra, scriptures or shAstras are eternal and exist as unmanifest thought of the divine in the form of parA vAk. With the progressing cycle of the manifestation or srShTi, parA vAk transforms to pashyantI which is of the form of an… more »