By admin on Dec 28, 2016 | In Srividya
The use of Saṁpuṭīkaraṇa is employed to accelerate Mantra Siddhi.
(a) Some Tantras insist on use of Saṁpuṭīkaraṇa when even three rounds of Puraścaraṇa fails to yield Mantra-siddhi.
(b) In certain other cases, the mūlamantra is recited along with Saṁpuṭīkaraṇa before/after the actual Japa to aid with Mantra-siddhi.
(c) Often, Saṁpuṭīkaraṇa is used for attaining specific desires, having duly completed the necessary puraścaraṇa for the mantra. Other associated techniques include Pallava, Yojana, Rodha, Vidarbha etc. A popular example of such a kāmya prayōga is of Durgā Saptaśatī.
Generally, saṁpuṭīkaraṇa involves using a bīja or a set of bījas before and after the mūlamantra. However, this is not always the case. Below is the vidhi for some mantras used in Srīkula.
bālāyāḥ śaktibījaṁ tu dadyādādau mahēśvari |
The śakti bīja, or the third bīja of the Bālā mantra is added at the beginning of the tryakṣarī (three-lettered mantra) to achieve saṁpuṭīkaraṇa.
māyātrayaṁ paṭhēdantē trikūṭāyā mahēśvari |
At the end of the three kūṭas of Tripurabhairavī mantra, three hrīṁ bIjas arē addēd fōr saMpuTIkaraNa.
śaktyādikūṭaṁ mantrasya dadyādādau japēnmanum |
In the case of Kādividyā, the third kūṭa (śaktikūṭa) is affixed at the beginning of the three kūṭas.
tāramantē japēddēvi trivāraṁ prōccarēt sudhīḥ |
At the end of the mantra of Rājamātaṅgī, three praṇavas are added.
padmatrayaṁ paṭhēdādau māyāmantē mahēśvari |
ṭhaḥ ṭhaḥ ṭhaḥ - are added at the beginning and hrīṁ at the end of Ucchiṣṭacāṅḍālī mantra.
tāraṁ kāmaṁ manōrantē dadyāt pārvati sādhakaḥ |
oṃ and klīṁ are added at the end of the mantra.
rasanāṁ mr̥ttikābījaṁ manōrantē paṭhēt sudhīḥ |
krīṁ and hrīṁ are affixed at the end of Bagalāmukhī mantra.
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