Simple Mehtod of Mantra Sadhna

The Practical Application of Mantra Yoga has 16 Aspects which are to be practiced daily during your Sadhna :
(Like if a 3 day, 5 day.. 11 day.. 21 day Sadhna, then you must live by these rules till those days)

1) Bhakti
(To Have Devotion and Faith)
(Naard Navdha Bhakti)

Also Note : Belief is the basis of all the action in the universe!
And faith is a step ahead of belief.

Having an unwavering faith is the base for success in any sadhna or life endeavor as such. And in spiritual endeavor, faith and devotion towards god is must.

2) Shuddhi
(To keep Purity)

a) Dik = Sitting in right direction for japa, locking direction
b) Staan = Choosing pure place
c) Shareer = To cleanse ones body regularly
d) Man = To cleanse mind by pranyam
e) Asan = To choose right sitting mat

3) Asana
(Right body posture as per Sadhna)

4) Panchang Sevan
(To observe 5 Parts of Deity)

a) Isht Seva = Serving the Deity (with physical treats and good speech)
b) Sahasranam = Reading 1000 Names of deity
c) Stava Path = Reading pleasing Hyms of deity
d) Kawach Paath = Reading Astral Armour of deity
e) Hridyadi Nyas = Establishing Mantra energy in 6 Body Parts

5) Aachar
(Behavior, one must follow all the Yama Niyam rules for right conduct to everyone)

6) Dhaarna
(To keep mind established on your Sadhna and its Goal)

7) Divya-Desh Sevan
(To establish Prana Shakti (Enery) in 16 vital points of body during Japa Sadhna)

8) Pran-Kriya
(To do basic Pranyam and then accumalate this Prana in various body parts, like back for longer stamina etc)

9) Mudra
(In Mantra shastra, the special hand posture to please your Isht Deity)

10) Tarpan –
(To offer special ingredients to deity with mantras)

11) Havan
(To do fire obligations for Deity = Feeding him in fire form)

12) Bali
(This literally means killing beheading, but deep down it means surrender)

a) Atma = Self, Ego
b) Antar = Inner, mental defects like Lust, anger, ego
c) Bahya = Outer, by offering fruits etc (In Tamsik, animal)

13) Yoga
(To Do Union)

a) Bahir = Outer
b) Anatar = Inner

14) Japa

a) Vachik = Audible Oral Chanting
b) Upanshu = Whisper chanting
c) Mansik = Mental Chanting, without moving lips or tongue

15) Dhyan
(Image Meditation, one must be able to view image on third eye with closes eye)

16) Samadhi
(To be get totally immersed in meditation, so as to loose the self, the meditator)



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