Dosh Nivaran Puja Seva


Dear All,

We are planning to organise Following Dosha Parihara Havan/Homams shortly  in Delhi ( Subject to response)  people intersted in participation/ Sankalp may send their details ( Name, Birth Star, Gothra, Puja to be performed, etc) latest by 15th October 2012. As these Havans would be perdormed on cosat sharing basis the performance and rate can be confirmed after 15th October only.
Date, Venue, Donation/cost etc would be informed to you on receipt of your details.
Proposed Havans
1. Maha Ganapathy Homam for removal of Obstacles 
2.Santana Gopala Homam- For progeny (Child less couples)
3. Swayamvara Parvati Homam – for early marriage, ending marital disputes
4. Sudarshana Homam- For Victory in Court cases, repayment of loan, destruction of evil and negativity
5. Nakshatra/ Navagraha Homam
6. Maha Dhanvantri- for relif from diseases, general health
There is also a proposal to help individual performance of Havans with learned Vedic Scholors( for people who can bear the entire expenses).

–for details send mail to k.hariharan@ymail.com or call 9868369793

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One morning I wasted nearly an hour watching a tinyant carry a huge feather across my back terrace. Several times it was confronted by obstacles in its path and after a momentary pause it would make the necessary detour. At one point the ant had to negotiate a crack in the concrete about 10mm wide. After brief contemplation the ant laid the feather over the crack, walked across it and picked up the featheron the other side then continued on its way.
I was fascinated by the ingenuity of this ant, one of God’s smallest creatures. It served to reinforce the miracle of creation. Here was a minute insect, lacking in size yet equipped with a brain to reason, explore, discover and overcome. But this ant, like the two-legged co-residents of this planet, also shares human failings. After some time the ant finally reached its destination – a flower bed at the end of the terrace and a small hole that was the entrance to its underground home. And it was here that the ant finally met its match. How could that large feather possibly fit down that small hole? Of course it couldn’t. So the ant, after all this trouble and exercising great ingenuity, overcoming problems all along the way, just abandoned the feather and went home.
The ant had not thought the problem through before it began its epic journey and in the end the feather wasnothing more than a burdenIsn’t life like that!We worry about our family, we worry about money or thelack of it, we worry about work, about where we live, about all sorts of things. These are all burdens – the things we pick up along life’s path and lug them around the obstacles and over the crevasses that life will bring, only to find that at the destination they are uselessand we can’t take them with us.
 

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One morning I wasted nearly an hour watching a tiny ant carry a huge feather across my back terrace. Several times it was confronted by obstacles in its path and after a momentary pause it would make the necessary detour. At one point the ant had to negotiate a crack in the concrete about 10mm wide. After brief contemplation the ant laid the feather over the crack, walked across it and picked up the feather on the other side then continued on its way.
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The ant had not thought the problem through before it began its epic journey and in the end the feather was nothing more than a burden. Isn’t life like that!We worry about our family, we worry about money or the lack of it, we worry about work, about where we live, about all sorts of things. These are all burdens – the things we pick up along life’s path and lug them around the obstacles and over the crevasses that life will bring, only to find that at the destination they are useless and we can’t take them with us.
 

 

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Cách chọn quần Jeans phù hợp dáng người


Có bao giờ bạn lục tủ và phát hiện ra rằng mình có tới 2/3 là quần jeans. Vậy bạn đã biết cách chọn cho mình chiếc quần jeans bền, đẹp chưa?

Bạn muốn chọn quần Jeans phù hợp dáng người hãy theo dõi bài dưới đây nhé.

Jean Ống đứng

Nếu bạn đang băn khoăn không biết nên chọn kiểu quần jean gì cho phù hợp thì đừng ngần ngại chọn quần jean ống đứng bởi bất kỳ ai cũng có thể mặc kiểu quần này. Tuy nhiên, nhớ chọn loại ôm vừa lấy đùi để trông không lôi thôi, lếch thếch nhé.
Để kết hợp với quần jean ống đứng, bạn có thể chọn giày/sandal cao gót, đế bằng đều được. Nhưng sandal đế bằng sẽ là sự lựa chọn chuẩn nhất.

Không nên mặc quần jean trắng khi đi biển, thay vào đó, hãy mặc đi chơi tối sẽ hợp hơn.

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Jean Lửng

Không có chiều dài chuẩn cho quần jean lửng. Do đó, phụ nữ nhỏ nhắn hay cao to đều có thể mặc được kiểu quần này nếu chọn được chiếc có chiều dài phù hợp với mình.
Với quần jean lửng, bạn cũng có thể kết hợp với giày hoặc sandal cao gót, thấp gót đều được nhưng giày/sandal gót to sẽ đem lại cho bạn phong cách hiện đại.
Nếu muốn thon thả hơn, hãy chọn quần jean lửng màu tối và loang màu.

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Jean Ống vẩy

Những ai muốn có đôi chân thon, dài, hãy chọn quần jean ống vẩy. Không những thế, kiểu quần này còn làm nổi bật vùng hông và mông đầy đặn
Quần có gấu dài, phủ lấy nửa chiều dài gót giày là chuẩn nhất khi mặc quần jean ống vẩy. Nhớ chọn loại có chất liệu co giãn để trông không bị thùng thình.

Để trông thon thả, hãy kết hợp quần jean ống vẩy với áo cánh mỏng, nhẹ nhàng. Hoặc nếu muốn trông béo hơn, bạn hãy kết hợp với áo sơ mi rộng phủ lấy hông.

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Quần Jean skinny

Quần skinny sẽ giúp tạo đường cong cho những phụ nữ có thân hình mảnh mai, ít đường cong.
Gấu quần chỉ nên dừng lại ở mắt cá chân để trông không bị nhăn nhúm.
Để kết hợp quần jean skinny, bạn chọn giày/sandal đế bằng hoặc cao gót đều ổn.

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Quan jean nam

Kiểu quần này rất hợp với những ai muốn giúp che giấu vùng mông và đùi to và cũng là sự lựa chọn tuyệt vời cho những người thích sự thoải mái mà không muốn quần quá rộng.

Quần jean nam sẽ đạt hiệu quả cao nhất nếu rộng vừa phải đủ để người đối diện có thể phát huy trí tưởng tượng về phần cơ thể bên trong nó.
Sandal đế to sẽ rất hợp với quần jean nam xắn gấu. Ngoài ra, nên chọn quần màu tối và phai, bạn sẽ có một phong cách tinh tế mà sành điệu.

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Cập nhật thêm thoi trang quan Jeans nam tại địa chỉ: Quần Áo SI, 1056 Lê Đức Thọ, Phường 13, Gò Vấp, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh Map Localnhé

Mantras for all occasions


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Bheeja mantras
MANTRAS
Ganapathi Moola Mantra
Aum shreem hreem kleem glaum gum ganapathaye
Vara-varadha sarva janam-mey vasamaanaya swaha
Dhanvantri Moola Mantra
Aum namo bhagavathey vaasudevaaya
Dhanvantraiye amritha kalasa hasthaya
Sarva aamaya vinasanaya
Trai loka naathaya sree mahavishnave namaha 
Mahalakshmi Moola Mantra
Aum sreem hreem aim
Mahalakshmiyai kamaladharinyai simhavahinyai swaha
Kubera Moola Mantra 
Aum yakshaaya kuberaaya vaisravanaaya
Dana daanya adhipathaye
Dana daanya samrithim
Me dehi daapaya swaha
Sudarshan Mantra
 Aum kleem krishnaaya govindaaya gopijana vallabhaya paraaya parama-purushaaya paramaathmaney para-karma manthra yanthra aushadha asthra sasthraani sumhara sumhara mrithyor mochaya mochaya aum namo bhagavathey maha sudharshanaaya deepthrae jwala paridhaaya sarvadhik-shobana-karaaya hoom put parabrahmaney paranjhothishye swaha.
Mahamrithunjaya Mantra
Trayam-bakam yajaamahey sugandhim pushti vardhanam
Oorvaa-ruka-miva bandhanaan mrithyor mooksheeya maam-amrithaath
Mahamrithunjaya Stothram
Aum rudhram pasupathim sthaanoom neelakanta umapaathim
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi
Kaala kantam kaala moorthim kaala-jngyam kaala naasanam
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Neela kantam viroopaaksham nirmalam vimala-prabham
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Vaama devam maha devam lokanaatham jagath gurum
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Deva-devam jagan naatham devasham vrishabathvajam
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Gangadharam maha devam sarvaa-barana booshitham
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Anaatha param-aanandam kaivalya pada-dhayinam
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Swarga-bavarka-dha-dharam srishti-sthith-yantha-kaarinam
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Oothpathis-tithi-samhaara kaathaara-gneyshwaram gurum
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Maarkandeya-kritham stothram ya-padeth siva sanithou
Thasya mrithyu bhayam naasthi naagni-sowra-bhayam kwachith.
Sadavartham prakarth-thavyam sangate kashta naasanam
soochir-bhoothva padeth stothram sarva sidhi pradhayagam.
Mrithyu-jeya mahadeva drahimaam saranaa-gatham
Janma mrithyu jaraa-rokai peeditham karma bhandhanai.
Thavakas-twath-gath-praanasth-vachith-dhoham sada mrita
Ithi vignaapya devesam triyambhaka-kyam manum jabeth.
Nama shivaya saambaya haraaya paramaathmane
Pranathak-lesa-naasaaya yoginaam pathaye namah.
Swayamvara Parvati Devi Mantra
Aum hreem yogini yogini yogeswari yoga bhayankari
Sakala sthavara jangamasya mukam hridayam mama vasyam akarshaye swaha
Santana Gopala Krishna Mantra
Aum sreem hreem kleem glaum devakisudha govinda vaasudeva jagathpathe dehimey thanayam krishna thwa-maham saranam gadhaha
Kaama deva Gayathri
Kama devaaya vidmahe pushpabhavaya dhemahi.
Tanno vanga prachodayaath 
Vedic mantras for success Part II
Hayagreev Moola Mantra
Uthgeetha pranavoth-geetha sarva-vaageeshwara-eshwara sarva vedha-maya-sindhya sarvam bodhaya bodhaya
Saraswathi Mantra
Aum Aim Saraswathyai namah
Saraswathi Gayathri
Vaag devyai cha vidmahe bramha patniyai cha dheemahi
Thanno Vaani Prachodayaath
Vaak Vaadhini Moola Mantra
Aum Aim kleem sau vatha vatha vaak vaadhini swaha.
Gayathri Mantra
Aum Bhoor bhu vas suvaha
Tat savithur Varenyam
Bhargo dhevasya dhemahi
Dhi yo yona prachodayaath 
Naagakannika Moola Mantra
Aum shreem hreem aim kleem saum
Sri naaga-kannika devatha
Mama sarva visham naasaya naasaya
Bheem bheem hreem hoom phut
Sarpa Gayathri
Sarpa raajaaya vidhmahey sahasra panaaya dheemahi
Thanno anantha prachodayaath
Bhujang-keshaaya vidhmahe sarpa raajaaya dheemahi
Thanno naaga prachodayaath
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Sudharshana Gayatri Mantra
Om Sudharshanaya Vidmahey Maha Jwalaya Dheemahe
Tanno Chakra Prachodayaat !

Sudharshan Maha Mantra

Om Kleem Krishnaya Hreem Govindaya Shreem Gopi Jana Vallabhaya
Om Paraya Parama Purushaya Paramathmane!
Mama Para Karma Mantra Yantra Tantra
Aushada Ashtra Sasthara Vadha Pridhivadaani
Samhara Samhara Mrythyor Mochaya Mochaya
Om Maha Sudharshanaya Dheepthre Jwalaah
Pareevruthaya Sarvathik Shobana Karayah
Humpatt; Parabramane Swaha
Om Maha Sudharshanadhaaraya Nama Itham !

gayatri
The Gayatri Mantra
The vedic form of the famous Gayatri mantra:
Aum bhur-bhuvah-swah tat savitur varenyam
bhargo devasya dheemahi dhiyo yo nah Prachodayat.
Summary of the Mantra:
May we meditate on the Glory of the Lord, the Remover of pains and sorrows, the Bestower of happiness, Who has created the universe, and Who is the embodiment of knowledge and light. May the Lord, enlighten our intellect in the right direction by destroying all our sins and ignorance.
Meaning of each letter in mantra:
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OM = Almighty God
BHOOR = Embodiment of vital or spiritual energy
BHUVAHA = Destroyer of suffering
SWAHA = Embodiment of happiness
TAT = That (indicating God)
SAVITUR = Bright, luminous, like and sun
VARENIYAM = Supreme, best
BARGO = Destroyer of sins
DEVASYA = Divine
DHEEMAHI = May receive
DHIYO = Intellect
YO = Who
NAHA = Our
PRACHODAYAT = May inspire
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Gayatri is a Mantra(vedic hymn) which inspires righteous wisdom its meaning is that the Almighty God may illuminate our intellect which may lead us to righteous path. This is most important teaching. All the problems of a person are solved if he is endowed with the gift of righteous wisdom. Having endowed with far sighted wisdom, a man is neither entangled in calamity nor does he tread wrong path. Righteous wisdom stars emerging as soon as a methodical recitation of this Mantra is performed.
“May we meditate on the Glory of the Lord, the Remover of pains and sorrows, the Bestower of happiness, Who has created the universe, and Who is the embodiment of knowledge and light. May the Lord, enlighten our intellect in the right direction by destroying all our sins and ignorance.”
The Gayatri Mantra is the form of eternal truth. It is the heart of all beings and the eternal Ved Mantra. Gayatri destroys the sins of the world. All the four Vedas have originated from this mantra:
This can be translated: Aum. Let us contemplate the spirit of the divine of the earth, the atmosphere and heaven. May that inspire our minds. Savitri is the Sun and this mantra is recited at the three junctions or twilight of the day. Here is described how the mantra Aum hums in the base or Muladhara chakra, and moves through seven stages to the chakra above the head Sahasrara.
Maha Vishnu describes Aum as consisting of the following. Bhur is existence, Bhuvah is the elements, Svah is the Atma of everything, Maha is greatness and light, Tat is Brahman (the absolute). Tapah is all knowledge, Satyam is supremacy and internal wisdom. This tantra connects the three letters of Aum to the seven worlds.
Tat, refers to the first cause of all substance, as fire in the circle of the sun and is supreme Brahman. Savituhu is the source of all living beings. Varenyam is the excellent one who receives adoration.
Bharga destroys sin. Devasya means it is full of light, while Dheemahi refers to knowledge being golden and always within the sun. Dhiyo means Buddhi. Yo stands for energy (tejas).
The mantra is divided into three sections of eight letters and four sections of six letters.
A dhyana (meditation) – Gayatri as having four faces, which are white, yellow, red and black. Yet the tantrik tradition has different views of the Gayatri. For example, in the Matrikabhedatantra, there is a couplet, which says a person who knows the Brahman (the absolute) is a Brahmin.
Gayatri is mother of Vedas. Sadhana of Gayatri mantra is the essence of all Vedas. Even God like Brahma mediates on and performs Jap of Gayatri at the time of twi-light.
Gayatri Jap performed daily for three years realizes God and like air, acquires the power of going where the person wants to go. Merely by offering water to the Sun and performing Jap of three thousand Gayatri mantra at the time of twilight, a person becomes adorable by God.
By Gayatri Sadhana the person may get salvation, wealth, victory in battle, and freedom from disease. A man may know all the four Vedas very well but all his labour goes waste if he does not know Gayatri mantra. A person who worships mantra other than Gayatri cannot get success even if he takes millions of birth.
Rishis, Saints say that there is no other mantra like Gayatri mantra in all the Vedas. Ved, yagya, dan (donation, charity), tap are not equivalent even to a small fraction of Gayatri mantra. Whether a man is pure or impure, he is sitting or walking, in whatever condition a wise man may be, he should perform Gayatri Jap. A man gets rid of all sins by this Jap. Nothing is greater than GAYATRI MANTRA in this as well as other loks for the success of daily work; fulfilment of desires and for development of tapas.
The following guidelines are provided for the Sadhaka:
In Bhavanopanishad, one witness within oneself the effulgent figure of Divine Mother with the different phases of the waxing and waning Moon.
The Devi is to be meditated upon as of a ruddy complexion, with eyes expansive, as an ocean overflowing with waves of grace, with noose, goad, arrows of flowers and a twig of sugar- cane in her hand, surrounded by Anima and other deities and ultimately as one´s own self.
1. Complete faith unflinching loyalty backed by a clear heart towards the deity is required for Sadhana.
2. Do not start Mantra Shakti under any pressure. Trust in God, kindness and patience should be the virtues of a Sadhaka.
3. Avoid harsh speech, lust, anger, restless thoughts, evil company and egoism. Do not get emotional. Mantras on hearsay should be avoided, as they must be authentic.
4. Sadhana done without any specific aim bears fruits early. In case you see any miracle, do not fear. Keep your WILL POWER strong and continue your Sadhana. All troubles will vanish.
5. Brahmacharya or celibacy should be observed during Sadhana. In case of failure, do not lose heart. Try it again and again and you will be crowned with success.
HOW MANTRAS ARE USEFUL:
One´s subconscious mind can help to find the solution through meditation and recitation of Mantras.
1.Purity of thoughts, words and deeds, sincerity and deep seated. Belief in repeating Mantras systematically and without any stress or strain on the brain or body is the keynotes for the efficacy of Mantras.
2. Concentrate and Meditate without having any desires in mind. The Mantra should be recited softly so as to be audible only to be person concerned and not to others. Mantras should be recited in a pleasing musical tone, which will help in concentration.
3.Continuous Sadhana will enable the Sadhaka to find solutions to the problems, attaining peace of mind, reducing mental strain.
4.The Sadhaka should have a light meal, hot and well cooked and in small quantity, as over eating leads to the excitement of the sensory organs which aggravate passions. Onions, Garlic and Meat have stimulating effects on the sensory organs and will do harm to the body than good. Intoxicates and smoking of any kind should be avoided. Lack of control in the diet is a great obstacle to progress. Small quantities of wholesome food purify the mind and a pure mind retains the memory of God.
AUM
GRANTHI�POWER
MEANING
TAT
TAPINI
SUCCESS
SA
SUCCESS
BRAVERY (PARAKRAM)
VI
VISHWA
MAINTENANCE� (PALAN)
TUR
TUSHTI
WELFARE (KALYAN)
VA
VARDA
MARYADA
RE
YOG
SELF RESTRAINT��(SANYAM)
NI
REVATI
SFUTA
YAM
LOVE (PREM)
TAP
BHAR
SOOKSHMA
MEDHA
GO
MONEY
FOR SIGHT
DE
GYANA
YOGMAYA
VA
BRILLIANCE (TEJ)
JAGRITI (AWAKENING)
SYA
BHARGA
YOGINI
DHEE
DEFENCE (RAKSHA)
CREATION (PRODUCTION)
MA
GOMATI
DHARINI
HI
INTELLECT (BUDDHI)
SARASTA��(SWEETNESS)
DHI
DEVIKA
PRABHAVA
YO
SUPPRESSION (DAMAN)
IDEAL
YO
VARAHI
OOSHMA
NAHA
DEVOTION (NISTHA)
COURAGE
PRA
SINHANI
DRASHYA
CHO
DHARNA�(POWER OF RETENTION)
WISDOM (VIVEK)
DA
DHYAN
NIRANJAN
YAT
PRAN
SEWA (SERVICE)
GAIN SHARP INTELLECT:
The deity worshipped in the Gayatri Mantra is Savita or the Sun, hence the best day to do this ritual is Sunday. Through this Sadhana one can awaken all mental faculties and gain a sharp intellect and photographic memory. Even a child can be encouraged to try this practice for he can thus go on to excel in his studies and build an excellent career.
Early morning before sunrise have a bath and dress in yellow clothes. Fill a copper pot with water in it drop a few rice grain and flower petals. Face the morning sun. Raise the pot to the heart level and till it forward allowing the water to follow onto the ground gently. At the same time chant the Mantra seven times Udityam Jaatvedase Namah
RECOVER FROM ILLNESS-ALIMENT.
This ritual is a real boon for those afflicted by bad diseases. A family member of a friend can perform this ritual for the person. On a Saturday night after 9 p.m. Wear red clothes and sit on a red mat facing south. Make a wooden platform in front and cover with red cloth. On it place a steel plate with a handful of rice grains on it. On this plate place Moong grains. Offer red Vermilion; rice grains, red flowers, incense and Ghee lamp on it. Take the Red Hakeek Rosary and put it around the Ratna. Next with water in the right palm and any wish you have to free yourself of any aliments. Let the water drop on the plate before you. Then without any count chant the Gayatri Mantra continuously for about 1 hour. Add at the end of the Gayatri Mantra Ayeim Aum Hum Namah
GET ONES WISHES FULFILLED:
This Sadhana can be done on a Sunday or a Friday from 5 a.m. To 8 a.m. After a bath wear yellows clothes and sits on a yellow mat facing east. On a covered wooden seat make a mound of rice grains dyed yellow. On these place a coconut. Tie a mouli (sacred red thread) around it. Apply a mark of red tilak. On the right side place red rose petals place a Divya and a Shankh. Offer on it incense, Ghee lamp, flowers rice grains, vermilion. Take water in your right palm and pledge your wish. Next Stand on the mat and chant one mala with Cheitanya rosary of this Gayatri Mantra adding to the last part of this Mantra with Shreem Shreem Shreem Shreem Namah.
GAYATRI MANTRA FOR ALL PURPOSES:
Repetitions of the Gayatri Mantra for 125,000 times brings Siddhi. After the mantra has been done for the prescribed number of times, fire worship should be done with 12,000 ahutis of havan samagri with an offering of raw sugar, black sesame seeds (125gms) and ghee (250gms). After the Homa a small feast should be held for 12 girls of 8 years of age and one boy of 6 yrs old. The person after achieving this siddha of the mantra can use to heal physiological or psychological diseases, cure ill lucks and give victory over enemies.
FOR HEALING:
Before touching the patient or giving any medicine, repeat one mala of Gayatri. After completing the mala (108 beads), give the patient medicine for the disease. If the patient is not taking any medication one can give water from a clean copper, brass, bronze or silver pot. Shake the water and repeat the mantra only once before giving the water to the patient. This water will have miraculous effect.
CURE DISEASES:
The sick person should do the japa of Gayatri, after bathing, adding AING three times at the end of the mantra for disease related to aggravation of mucus and bile. Add HUNG three times at the end of the mantra for disease caused by aggravation of wind. The japa should be done 108 times in the early morning hours after bathing.
GOOD MEMORY AND MENTAL POWER:
The japa of Gayatri mantra should be done facing east before sunrise, after bathing. The forehead should remain wet. This is accompanied by applying a thick paste of sandal wood. Gayatri mantra should be recited repeating the sound AUM three times before the mantra. Japa should be done daily 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 or 11 malas. After doing the mala rub both palms together while reciting the mantra, then rub both hands on the forehead touching the place of the third eyes with both ring fingers while the right hand rubs the right side and the left hand the left side of the forehead, reaching up to the temples. Then bring the hands to the head, then to the eyes, ears, nose, cheeks, back of the neck, front of the neck, in that order. This exercise should be done in a slow rhythm. All the breath (no inhaling or exhaling while touching the starting point, third eye) until the end ( the front of the neck).
FOR ATTAINING WEALTH:
At the end of the Gayatri mantra, repeat SHRING, the Lakshmi Bija, three times. 1 Mala (108 times) should be done everyday. All samagris used in worship should be yellow, and yellow food should be taken for the period japa is done. Use a yellow woolen rug, a mala of yellow haldi (turmeric root) beads, yellow pots, yellow flowers, and yellow prasad for offering. A pinch of saffron should be added in the kalash. The japa should be done in the early morning hours before sunrise.
DISPEL EVIL SPIRITS:

An agnihotra (homa) should be done, and 108 ahutis of ordinary havan samagri should be offered to the fire. After the havan is done, the whitish gray ashes should be collected from the fire place and rubbed on the hands, feet, face, head, stomach and back of the person. The Gayatri mantra should be recited during the rubbing of the ashes. The evil spirit will vanish after one rubbing of the ashes. These ashes should be kept in a bottle and maybe used whenever needed by the attendants of the patient. They can be used on any other patients as well. And one should put ashes in ones hand and recite Gayatri mantra 11 times and keep on reciting while rubbing.
SNAKES SCORPIAN BITES:
Ashes from sandal wood or peepal (Banyan wood), should be obtained after doing homa with 108 recitations of the Gayatri Mantra. The ashes should be collected in a blue bottle. One should observe the following method:
1.      Check which nostril is working.
2.      Keep ashes in the hand in the same side as the dominant nostril.
3.      Recite Gayatri mantra, adding HUNG at the end, while meditating on Gayatri riding a horse.
4.      Recite the mantra 11 times.
5.      Rub the ashes while chanting the mantra:
6.      AUM BHUR BUVUH SWAHA TATSAVITRU VARENIYEM
BHARGO DEVESYA DHEEMAHI DIYO YO NA PRACHODAYAT HUNG.
7.      Keep in another small bottle 10gms of mustard seeds made into paste. Recite the mantra 108 times while making the paste in a stone mortar. This paste should be made and stored like the ashes and used simultaneously or after rubbing the ashes. Take the paste when needed and apply it to the tips of all fingers, all toes, earlobes, navel, tip of the nose and forehead.
This chanting is considered to be especially GOOD on Fridays, on Navami, Chaturdasi, and Full Moon day-and during the nine days of Navaratri.
The Gayatri Mantra does not belong to any particular sect of worship or it is not restricted to any certain community. It is universal, for the whole world. It contains in it the culture not of any particular society, but the culture of humanity. The Gayatri Mantra is a treasure and heritage that belongs to the whole of humanity without exclusion.
Mantra for a Child
This mantra may be recited for getting a son, or for childless couples, who want a child.
Mantra:
Devaki-suta Govinda Vasudeva Jagatpate
Dehi me tanayam Krishna Tvaamaham sharanam gataha
Meaning:
O Son of Devaki and Vasudeva, the Lord of the Universe
O Krishna! give me a son; I take refuge in you
Mantra for Marriage
This is a mantra for girls who want to get married. They should say this mantra every day
Mantra:
Kaatyaayani Mahaamaayey Mahaa YoginyaDheeshwaree
NandaGopasuta Devi Pati Mey Kuru Tey Namaha
Meaning:
O Katyaayani! MahaaMayey (Names of Ma the Mother Goddess) Supreme Lord of all great Yoginis, Make Shree Krishna, my husband Prostrations unto Thee.
Mantra to be chanted before you begin your studies:
Mantra:
Saraswati namastubhyam Varde Kaamarupini
Vidyarambham karishyami Siddhir bhavatu me sadaa
Meaning:
My humble prostrations unto Thee, O Goddess Saraswati,
You are the fulfiller of all my wishes, I start my studies, with the request that I achieve perfection in them.
Mantra for Health
Mantra:
Om! Tryambakam Yajaamahe Sugandhim Pushtee Vardhanam
Urva ruka meva Bandhanaat
Mrityor Muksheeya Ma amrutaat
Meaning:
Om! We worship Lord Shiva (The 3-Eyed One) who is full of fragrance and who nourishes all beings; may He liberate me from death, bestow salvation and (lead me) towards Eternity (Make me immortal) just as the ripe cucumber is severed (from the creeper) of its bondage.
Mantra For Prosperity
Mantra:
Aayur dehee Dhanam Dehee Vidyaam dehee Maheshwari
Samastamakhilam dehee dehee mey Parameshwari
Meaning:
Give me long life Give me wealth,
Give me knowledge, O Maheshwari (Mother Goddess)
O Parmeshwari, Give me everything that I desire
This is a mantra of Maheshwari. Maheshwari is the consort of Maheshwara, another name for Siva. It is said that Siva always grants the boons of those that pray to him or his consort.
Mantra for a Peaceful Life
Mantra:
Sarveshaam Svaastir Bhavatu Sarveshaam Shaantir Bhavatu,
Sarveshaam Poornam Bhavatu Sarveshaam Mangalam Bhavatu
Om Shanti, Shanti Shanteehi
Meaning:
May Health abound forever May Peace abound forever
May complete abundance, abound forever May auspiciousness abound forever
Om Peace Peace Peace!
MANTRA for the FULFILLMENT OF DESIRES and RELEASE FROM BONDAGE
Mantra:
Om kaaram bindu samyuktam nityam dhyaayanti yoginah
Kaamadam mokshadam chaiva Omkaaraaya namo namaha
Meaning:
The sages constantly meditate upon the sound of Om and its ‘Bindu´ (dot) We offer our obeisance to the Divine sound of Om repeatedly,
Which has the power to fulfill our desires and release us from bondage.
MANTRA FOR DESTRUCTION OF EVIL AND REMOVAL OF MISERIES-KRISHNA
Mantra:
Krishnaaya Vaasudevaaya Haraye Paramaatmane
Pranatah Klesha naashaaya Govindaaya namo namaha
Meaning:
O Krishna! Son of Vaasudeva, You are the Supreme Lord, remover of miseries.
You destroy all evil, O Govinda!
I repeatedly bow to You!
THE EPITOME OF DUTY.
Mantra:
Raamaaya Raamabhadraaya Raamachandraaya vedhase
Raghunaathaaya naathaaya Seetaaya pataye namah.
Meaning:
I bow to the Brilliant Rama, doer of good, Lord of the Raghus, the Beloved husband of Seeta.
krishna

Blessings for a child
Make a prayer to Santhana Gopala by chanting the following mantra 108 times a day for 108 days after bath.
Santhana Gopala Mantra
Om Devaki Sutha Govinda Vasudeva Jagath Pathe
Dehimey Thanayam Krishna Thwamaham Saranam gathahaa Deva Deva
Jagannatha Gothra Vridhi Karap Prabho Dehimey Thanayam Sheegram
Ayushmantham Yashashreenam
Note:

Nagaraja is the devata for Kudumba Vrithi. Perform Nagaraja pooja in your home by some learned priests.

Also visit Rameswaram, Devipattinam and the navagraha temples around Kumbakonam with your saha dharmini and make prayers to the devatas.
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Sarva Devata prayer
PRAYERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Guru Mantra
Gurur Bramha Gurur Vishnu
Gurur Devo Maheswaraha
Guru Shakshath Para Bramha
Thasmaisri Gurave Namaha
Gurave Sarvalokanam
Bhishaje Bhavaroginam
Nithye Sarvadhiyanaam
Dhakshina Moorthaye Namahah!
Guru is Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Maheswara
Guru is nothing but the Supreme Brahman devoid of attributes.
That is the reason why we bow to the Guru.
sarvaDevata prayer
shriiman mahaa gaNaadhi pataye namaH .
shrii sarasvatyai namaH .
shrii gurave namaH .
shrii maataa pitR^ibhyaaM namaH .
shrii lakshmiinaaraayaNaabhyaaM namaH .
shrii umaamaheshvaraabhyaaM namaH .
ishhTa devataabhyo namaH .
kula devataabhyo namaH .
sthaana devataabhyo namaH .
vaastu devataabhyaaM namaH .
sarevebhyo devebhyo namo namaH ..
avighnamastu …. AUM tatsat.h iti ..
Invocatory Kirtans
Jaya Ganesha Jaya Ganesha Jaya Ganesha paahimaam
Sri Ganesha Sri Ganesha Sri Ganesha rakshamaam
Jaya Saraswati Jaya Saraswati Jaya Saraswati paahimaam
Sri Saraswati Sri Saraswati Sri Saraswati rakshamaam
Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra
Om trayambakam yajaamahe sugandhim pushtivardhanam
Urvaarukamiva bandhanaan mrityor muksheeya maamritaat.
Concluding Peace Chants
Sarveshaam swasti bhavatu, sarveshaam shaantir bhavatu,
Sarveshaam poornam bhavatu, sarveshaam mangalam bhavatu;
Sarve bhavantu sukhinah, sarve santu niraamayah,
Sarve bhadraani pashyantu, maakaschid duhkhabhaagbhavet;
Asato maa sad gamaya
Tamaso maa jyotir gamaya
Mrityor maa amritam gamaya;
Om poornamadah poornamidam poornaatpoornamudachyate,
Poornasya poornamaadaaya poornamevaavashishyate.
Om shaantih shaantih shaantih!
Meditation On Lord Shiva
Shaantam padmaasanastham
shashadharamakutam panchavaktram trinetram,
Shoolam vajram cha khadgam
parashumabhayadam dakshinaange vahantam;
Naagam paasham cha ghantaam
damaruka sahitam chaankusham vaamabhaage,
Naanaalankaara deeptam
sphatika maninibham paarvateesham namaami.
MEANING: I prostrate myself before the five-faced Lord of Parvati, who is adorned with various ornaments, who shines like the crystal jewel, who is seated peacefully in the lotus pose, with moon-crested crown, with three eyes, wearing trident, thunderbolt, sword and axe on the right side, who holds the serpent, noose, bell, damaru and spear on the left side, and who gives protection from all fear to His devotees.
Meditation On Sri Shankaracharya
Padmaaseenam prashantam
yamaniratamaanan gaari tulya prabhaavam,
Phaale bhasmaankitaam
bhasmita rujira mukhaam bhojanindeevaraaksham;
Kambugreevam karaabhyaam
avidtamurulasat pustakam jnaanamudraam,
Vandyam geervaana mukhyair
natajana varadam bhaavaye shankaraaryam.
MEANING: I meditate on Sri Shankaracharya who is seated in the lotus posture with Jnanamudra, who is calm, endowed with virtues like Yama, Niyama, etc., whose glory is as great as that of Lord Shiva, who wears the sacred ashes on the forehead, whose face resembles the blossomed lotus, with lotus-like eyes, possessing sacred books in hand, who is ever adored by people of high learning and wisdom, and who fulfils the desires of his devotees (who prostrate themselves before him).
Meditation On Lord Dattatreya
Maalaakamandalu dharah karapadmayugme
Madhyastha paaniyugale damarutrishoolam;
Adhyastha urdhva karayoh shubha shankhachakre
Vande tamatrivaradam bhujashatkayuktam.
MEANING: I meditate on Lord Dattatreya, the son of Atri, who has six hands, who holds the rosary and water-vessel in two hands, with damaru and spear in the other two hands, and with conch and discus in the upper two hands.
Meditation On Lord Ganesha
Gajaananam bhootaganaadisevitam
Kapittha jamboophala saara bhakshitam;
Umaasutam shoka vinaasha kaaranam
Namaami vighneshwara paada pankajam.
MEANING: I worship the lotus feet of Ganesha, the son of Uma, the destroyer of all sorrows, who is served by the host of gods and elementals, and who takes the essence of the kapittha-jarnbu fruit (fruit resembling the bilwa fruit).
Meditation On Lord Subramanya
Shadaananam kumkumaraktavarnam
Mahaa matim divya mayoora vaahanam;
Rudrasya soonum sura sainyanaatham
Guham sadaaham sharanam prapadye.
MEANING: I always take refuge in Lord Guha (Lord Subramanya) of six faces, who is of deep red colour and infinite knowledge, who has the divine peacock to ride on, the son of Lord Shiva and the leader of the army of the Devas.
LORD VISHNU
His Mantra is: Om Namo Narayanaya
Suklambharadharam visnum sasi varnam caturbhujam
Prasanna vadanam dhyayet sarvavighnopasantaye
Meditation On Sri Krishna
Vamshee vibhooshita karaan navaneeradaabhaat
Peetaambaraadaruna bimbaphalaa dharoshthaat;
Poornendusundara mukhaad aravinda netraat
Krishnaat param kimapi tattwam aham na jaane.
MEANING: I know not any other Reality than the lotus-eyed Krishna with hands adorned with flute, looking like a heavy-laden cloud in lustre, wearing a yellow silk garment, with His lower lip like a ruddy bimba fruit, and with face shining like the full moon.
Meditation On Sri Rama
Dhyaayedaajaanubaaham dhritasharadhanusham
baddhapadmaasanastham,
Peetam vaaso vasaanam navakamala dala spardhinetram
prasannam;
Vaamaankaaroodhaseetaa mukhakamala milal lochanam
neeradaabham,
Naanaalankaara deeptam dadhatamuru jataa mandalam
raamachandram.
MEANING: One should meditate on Sri Ramachandra, with hands reaching the knees, holding the bow and arrows, seated in the locked-up lotus posture, wearing a yellow garb, with eyes vying with the newly-blossomed lotus petals, with a pleasant gait, who has Sita seated on His left thigh, who is blue like the clouds, who is adorned with all kinds of ornaments and having a big circle of Jata on the head.
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.. HYAGREEVA MANTRA ..
GNANANDAMAYAM DEVAM
NIRMALA SPATIKAKRITHAM
AATHARAM SARVAVIDHYANAAM
HYAGREEVA MUBHASMAHE!
.. hayagriivasampadaastotram.h ..
hayagriiva hayagriiva hayagriiveti vaadinam.h .
naraM mu.nchanti paapaani daridramiva yoshhitaH .. 1..
hayagriiva hayagriiva hayagriiveti yo vadet.h .
tasya nissarate vaaNii jahnukanyaa pravaahavat.h .. 2..
hayagriiva hayagriiva hayagriiveti yo dhvaniH .
vishobhate sa vaikuNTha kavaaTod.hghaaTanakshamaH .. 3..
shlokatrayamidaM puNyaM hayagriivapadaa.nkitam.h
vaadiraajayatiproktaM paThataaM sampadaaM padam.h .. 4..
.. iti shriimadvaadiraajapuujyacharaNavirachitam.h hayagriivasampadaastotraM sampuurNam.h ..
bhaaratiiramaNamukhyapraaNaa.ntargata shriikR^ishhNaarpaNamastu
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Mantra for Easy Delivery
Mathru boodeswaro devo
Bakthanaa mishta thayaka
Sukanthi kunthala naavaha
Suka Prasava Mrichchathuhu.

Hima vathyuththarey parthavey
Surathaa nama yakshini
Tasyaha smarana mathrena
Visalya karpini paveth.

Hey sankara smarahara
Bramahathathi natha
Mannatha samba sasisooda
Harathri soolin
Sambo sukaprasavakrutha
Pavame thayalo
Shri mathrubootha
Siva balayamam namasthey.

Note:

Make a prayer to Thayumanavar at Tiruchirapalli rockfort that you will be visiting his temple with the kid and do an abishek upon the fulfillment of your prayer and ask the pregnant lady to chant the following mantra.
It is advisable to recite this mantra 11 times a day daily after bath.
On Monday recite this mantra 108 times either between 6-7 am,1-2 pm 0r between 8-9 pm especially during the hora of moon. You can check up the hora for each day in
http://mailerindia.com/ancanga.cgi

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Significance of 108
The Indian Subcontinent rosary or set of mantra counting has 108 beads. 108 has been a sacred number in the Indian Subcontinent for a very long time. This number is explained in many different ways.
The ancient Indians were excellent mathematicians and 108 may be the product of a precise mathematical operation (e.g. 1 power 1 x 2 power 2 x 3 power 3 = 108) which was thought to have special numerological significance.
Powers of 1, 2, and 3 in math: 1 to 1st power=1; 2 to 2nd power=4 (2×2); 3 to 3rd power=27 (3x3x3). 1x4x27=108
Sanskrit alphabet: There are 54 letters in the Sanskrit alphabet. Each has masculine and feminine, shiva and shakti. 54 times 2 is 108.
Sri Yantra: On the Sri Yantra there are marmas where three lines intersect, and there are 54 such intersections. Each intersections has masculine and feminine, shiva and shakti qualities. 54 x 2 equals 108. Thus, there are 108 points that define the Sri Yantra as well as the human body.
9 times 12: Both of these numbers have been said to have spiritual significance in many traditions. 9 times 12 is 108. Also, 1 plus 8 equals 9. That 9 times 12 equals 108.
Heart Chakra: The chakras are the intersections of energy lines, and there are said to be a total of 108 energy lines converging to form the heart chakra. One of them, sushumna leads to the crown chakra, and is said to be the path to Self-realization.
Marmas: Marmas or marmastanas are like energy intersections called chakras, except have fewer energy lines converging to form them. There are said to be 108 marmas in the subtle body.
Time: Some say there are 108 feelings, with 36 related to the past, 36 related to the present, and 36 related to the future.
Astrology: There are 12 constellations, and 9 arc segments called namshas or chandrakalas. 9 times 12 equals 108. Chandra is moon, and kalas are the divisions within a whole.
Planets and Houses: In astrology, there are 12 houses and 9 planets. 12 times 9 equals 108.
Gopis of Krishna: In the Krishna tradition, there were said to be 108 gopis or maid servants of Krishna.
1, 0, and 8: 1 stands for God or higher Truth, 0 stands for emptiness or completeness in spiritual practice, and 8 stands for infinity or eternity.
Sun and Earth: The diameter of the sun is 108 times the diameter of the Earth.
Numerical scale: The 1 of 108, and the 8 of 108, when added together equals 9, which is the number of the numerical scale, i.e. 1, 2, 3 … 10, etc., where 0 is not a number.
Smaller divisions: The number 108 is divided, such as in half, third, quarter, or twelfth, so that some malas have 54, 36, 27, or 9 beads.
Islam: The number 108 is used in Islam to refer to God.
Jain: In the Jain religion, 108 are the combined virtues of five categories of holy ones, including 12, 8, 36, 25, and 27 virtues respectively.
Sikh: The Sikh tradition has a mala of 108 knots tied in a string of wool, rather than beads.
Chinese: The Chinese Buddhists and Taoists use a 108 bead mala, which is called su-chu, and has three dividing beads, so the mala is divided into three parts of 36 each.
Stages of the soul: Said that Atman, the human soul or center goes through 108 stages on the journey.
Meru: This is a larger bead, not part of the 108. It is not tied in the sequence of the other beads. It is the quiding bead, the one that marks the beginning and end of the mala.
Dance: There are 108 forms of dance in the Indian traditions.
Pythagorean: The nine is the limit of all numbers, all others existing and coming from the same. ie: 0 to 9 is all one needs to make up an infinite amount of numbers.
We have listed below 108 Upanishads as per the list contained in the Muktikopanishad . We have arranged them in four categories according to the particular Veda to which each of them belong.
Rigveda(10): Aitareya , Atmabodha, Kaushitaki, Mudgala, Nirvana, Nadabindu, Akshamaya, Tripura, Bahvruka, Saubhagyalakshmi.
Yajurveda(50): Katha, Taittiriya , Isavasya , Brihadaranyaka, Akshi, Ekakshara, Garbha, Prnagnihotra, Svetasvatara, Sariraka, Sukarahasya, Skanda, Sarvasara, Adhyatma, Niralamba, Paingala, Mantrika, Muktika, Subala, Avadhuta, Katharudra, Brahma, Jabala, Turiyatita, Paramahamsa, Bhikshuka, Yajnavalkya, Satyayani, Amrtanada, Amrtabindu, Kshurika, Tejobindu, Dhyanabindu, Brahmavidya, YogakundalinI, Yogatattva, Yogasikha, Varaha, Advayataraka, Trisikhibrahmana, mandalabrahmana, Hamsa, Kalisantaraaa, Narayana, Tarasara, Kalagnirudra, Dakshinamurti, Pancabrahma, Rudrahrdaya, SarasvatIrahasya.
SamaVeda(16): Kena, Chandogya, Mahat, Maitrayani, Vajrasuci, Savitri, Aruneya, Kundika, Maitreyi, Samnyasa, Jabaladarsana, Yogacudaman, Avyakta, Vasudevai, Jabali, Rudrakshajabala.
Atharvaveda(32): Prasna , Mandukya, Mundaka, Atma, Surya, Narada-Parivrajakas, Parabrahma, Paramahamsa-Parivrajakas, Pasupatha-Brahma, Mahavakya, Sandilya, Krishna, Garuda, Gopalatapani, Tripadavibhuti-mahnarayana, Dattatreya, Kaivalya, NrsimhatapanI, Ramatapani, Ramarahasya, HayagrIva, Atharvasikha, Atharvasira, Ganapati, Brhajjabala, Bhasmajabala, Sarabha, Annapurna, TripuratapanI, Devi, Bhavana, SIta.

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Powerful Mantras for all Occasions


Bheeja mantras

 

MANTRAS

Overcome Obstacles and Success in Endevours
Ganapathi Moola Mantra
Aum shreem hreem kleem klaum gum ganapathaye
Vara-varadha sarva janam-mey vasamaanaya swaha
 
Good Health Overcome ill Health
Dhanvantri Moola Mantra
Aum namo bhagavathey vaasudevaaya
Dhanvantraiye amritha kalasa hasthaya
Sarva aamaya vinasanaya
Trai loka naathaya sree mahavishnave namaha
 
Wealth and Prosperity
Mahalakshmi Moola Mantra
Aum sreem hreem aim
Mahalakshmiyai kamaladharinyai simhavahinyai swaha
 
Kubera Moola Mantra 
Aum yakshaaya kuberaaya vaisravanaaya
Dana daanya adhipathaye
Dana daanya samrithim
Me dehi daapaya swaha
 
Conflicts, Enemies, Litigaton, Black Magic
Sudarshan Mantra
 Aum kleem krishnaaya govindaaya gopijana vallabhaya paraaya parama-purushaaya paramaathmaney para-karma manthra yanthra aushadha asthra sasthraani sumhara sumhara mrithyor mochaya mochaya aum namo bhagavathey maha sudharshanaaya deepthrae jwala paridhaaya sarvadhik-shobana-karaaya hoom put parabrahmaney paranjhothishye swaha.
 
Longevity / Fear of Death
Mahamrithunjaya Mantra
Trayam-bakam yajaamahey sugandhim pushti vardhanam
Oorvaa-ruka-miva bandhanaan mrithyor mooksheeya maam-amrithaath
 
Mahamrithunjaya Stothram
Aum rudhram pasupathim sthaanoom neelakanta umapaathim
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi
Kaala kantam kaala moorthim kaala-jngyam kaala naasanam
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Neela kantam viroopaaksham nirmalam vimala-prabham
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Vaama devam maha devam lokanaatham jagath gurum
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Deva-devam jagan naatham devasham vrishabathvajam
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Gangadharam maha devam sarvaa-barana booshitham
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Anaatha param-aanandam kaivalya pada-dhayinam
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Swarga-bavarka-dha-dharam srishti-sthith-yantha-kaarinam
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Oothpathis-tithi-samhaara kaathaara-gneyshwaram gurum
Namaami sirasa dhevam kim no mrithyu karish-yathi.
Maarkandeya-kritham stothram ya-padeth siva sanithou
Thasya mrithyu bhayam naasthi naagni-sowra-bhayam kwachith.
Sadavartham prakarth-thavyam sangate kashta naasanam
soochir-bhoothva padeth stothram sarva sidhi pradhayagam.
Mrithyu-jeya mahadeva drahimaam saranaa-gatham
Janma mrithyu jaraa-rokai peeditham karma bhandhanai.
Thavakas-twath-gath-praanasth-vachith-dhoham sada mrita
Ithi vignaapya devesam triyambhaka-kyam manum jabeth.
Nama shivaya saambaya haraaya paramaathmane
Pranathak-lesa-naasaaya yoginaam pathaye namah.
 
Delayed Marriage
Swayamvara Parvati Devi Mantra
Aum hreem yogini yogini yogeswari yoga bhayankari
Sakala sthavara jangamasya mukam hridayam mama vasyam akarshaye swaha
 
Delayed Children / Good Progeny
Santana Gopala Krishna Mantra
Aum sreem hreem kleem glaum devakisudha govinda vaasudeva jagathpathe dehimey thanayam krishna thwa-maham saranam gadhaha
 
Success in Love
Kaama deva Gayathri
Kama devaaya vidmahe pushpabhavaya dhemahi.
Tanno vanga prachodayaath
 

 

Vedic mantras for success Part II

 

Education and Intelligence
Hayagreev Moola Mantra
Uthgeetha pranavoth-geetha sarva-vaageeshwara-eshwara sarva vedha-maya-sindhya sarvam bodhaya bodhaya
 
Saraswathi Mantra
Aum Aim Saraswathyai namah
 
Saraswathi Gayathri
Vaag devyai cha vidmahe bramha patniyai cha dheemahi
Thanno Vaani Prachodayaath
 
Good Speech
Vaak Vaadhini Moola Mantra
Aum Aim kleem sau vatha vatha vaak vaadhini swaha.
 
Protection from all Negative Forces
Gayathri Mantra
Aum Bhoor bhu vas suvaha
Tat savithur Varenyam
Bhargo dhevasya dhemahi
Dhi yo yona prachodayaath
 
Mantras for Neutralizing Sarpa Dosha
Naagakannika Moola Mantra
Aum shreem hreem aim kleem saum
Sri naaga-kannika devatha
Mama sarva visham naasaya naasaya
Bheem bheem hreem hoom phut
 
Sarpa Gayathri
Sarpa raajaaya vidhmahey sahasra panaaya dheemahi
Thanno anantha prachodayaath
 
Bhujang-keshaaya vidhmahe sarpa raajaaya dheemahi
Thanno naaga prachodayaath

 

Sudharshana Gayatri Mantra

Om Sudharshanaya Vidmahey Maha Jwalaya Dheemahe
Tanno Chakra Prachodayaat !

Sudharshan Maha Mantra

Om Kleem Krishnaya Hreem Govindaya Shreem Gopi Jana Vallabhaya
Om Paraya Parama Purushaya Paramathmane!
Mama Para Karma Mantra Yantra Tantra
Aushada Ashtra Sasthara Vadha Pridhivadaani
Samhara Samhara Mrythyor Mochaya Mochaya
Om Maha Sudharshanaya Dheepthre Jwalaah
Pareevruthaya Sarvathik Shobana Karayah
Humpatt; Parabramane Swaha
Om Maha Sudharshanadhaaraya Nama Itham !

 

 

 

The Gayatri Mantra

The vedic form of the famous Gayatri mantra:

Aum bhur-bhuvah-swah tat savitur varenyam
bhargo devasya dheemahi dhiyo yo nah Prachodayat.

Summary of the Mantra:

May we meditate on the Glory of the Lord, the Remover of pains and sorrows, the Bestower of happiness, Who has created the universe, and Who is the embodiment of knowledge and light. May the Lord, enlighten our intellect in the right direction by destroying all our sins and ignorance.

Meaning of each letter in mantra:

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OM = Almighty God
BHOOR = Embodiment of vital or spiritual energy
BHUVAHA = Destroyer of suffering
SWAHA = Embodiment of happiness
TAT = That (indicating God)
SAVITUR = Bright, luminous, like and sun
VARENIYAM = Supreme, best
BARGO = Destroyer of sins
DEVASYA = Divine
DHEEMAHI = May receive
DHIYO = Intellect
YO = Who
NAHA = Our
PRACHODAYAT = May inspire

———————————

Gayatri is a Mantra(vedic hymn) which inspires righteous wisdom its meaning is that the Almighty God may illuminate our intellect which may lead us to righteous path. This is most important teaching. All the problems of a person are solved if he is endowed with the gift of righteous wisdom. Having endowed with far sighted wisdom, a man is neither entangled in calamity nor does he tread wrong path. Righteous wisdom stars emerging as soon as a methodical recitation of this Mantra is performed.

“May we meditate on the Glory of the Lord, the Remover of pains and sorrows, the Bestower of happiness, Who has created the universe, and Who is the embodiment of knowledge and light. May the Lord, enlighten our intellect in the right direction by destroying all our sins and ignorance.”

The Gayatri Mantra is the form of eternal truth. It is the heart of all beings and the eternal Ved Mantra. Gayatri destroys the sins of the world. All the four Vedas have originated from this mantra:

This can be translated: Aum. Let us contemplate the spirit of the divine of the earth, the atmosphere and heaven. May that inspire our minds. Savitri is the Sun and this mantra is recited at the three junctions or twilight of the day. Here is described how the mantra Aum hums in the base or Muladhara chakra, and moves through seven stages to the chakra above the head Sahasrara.

Maha Vishnu describes Aum as consisting of the following. Bhur is existence, Bhuvah is the elements, Svah is the Atma of everything, Maha is greatness and light, Tat is Brahman (the absolute). Tapah is all knowledge, Satyam is supremacy and internal wisdom. This tantra connects the three letters of Aum to the seven worlds.

Tat, refers to the first cause of all substance, as fire in the circle of the sun and is supreme Brahman. Savituhu is the source of all living beings. Varenyam is the excellent one who receives adoration.

Bharga destroys sin. Devasya means it is full of light, while Dheemahi refers to knowledge being golden and always within the sun. Dhiyo means Buddhi. Yo stands for energy (tejas).

The mantra is divided into three sections of eight letters and four sections of six letters.

A dhyana (meditation) – Gayatri as having four faces, which are white, yellow, red and black. Yet the tantrik tradition has different views of the Gayatri. For example, in the Matrikabhedatantra, there is a couplet, which says a person who knows the Brahman (the absolute) is a Brahmin.

Gayatri is mother of Vedas. Sadhana of Gayatri mantra is the essence of all Vedas. Even God like Brahma mediates on and performs Jap of Gayatri at the time of twi-light.

Gayatri Jap performed daily for three years realizes God and like air, acquires the power of going where the person wants to go. Merely by offering water to the Sun and performing Jap of three thousand Gayatri mantra at the time of twilight, a person becomes adorable by God.

By Gayatri Sadhana the person may get salvation, wealth, victory in battle, and freedom from disease. A man may know all the four Vedas very well but all his labour goes waste if he does not know Gayatri mantra. A person who worships mantra other than Gayatri cannot get success even if he takes millions of birth.

Rishis, Saints say that there is no other mantra like Gayatri mantra in all the Vedas. Ved, yagya, dan (donation, charity), tap are not equivalent even to a small fraction of Gayatri mantra. Whether a man is pure or impure, he is sitting or walking, in whatever condition a wise man may be, he should perform Gayatri Jap. A man gets rid of all sins by this Jap. Nothing is greater than GAYATRI MANTRA in this as well as other loks for the success of daily work; fulfilment of desires and for development of tapas.

The following guidelines are provided for the Sadhaka:

In Bhavanopanishad, one witness within oneself the effulgent figure of Divine Mother with the different phases of the waxing and waning Moon.

The Devi is to be meditated upon as of a ruddy complexion, with eyes expansive, as an ocean overflowing with waves of grace, with noose, goad, arrows of flowers and a twig of sugar- cane in her hand, surrounded by Anima and other deities and ultimately as one´s own self.

1. Complete faith unflinching loyalty backed by a clear heart towards the deity is required for Sadhana.

2. Do not start Mantra Shakti under any pressure. Trust in God, kindness and patience should be the virtues of a Sadhaka.

3. Avoid harsh speech, lust, anger, restless thoughts, evil company and egoism. Do not get emotional. Mantras on hearsay should be avoided, as they must be authentic.

4. Sadhana done without any specific aim bears fruits early. In case you see any miracle, do not fear. Keep your WILL POWER strong and continue your Sadhana. All troubles will vanish.

5. Brahmacharya or celibacy should be observed during Sadhana. In case of failure, do not lose heart. Try it again and again and you will be crowned with success.

HOW MANTRAS ARE USEFUL:

One´s subconscious mind can help to find the solution through meditation and recitation of Mantras.

1.Purity of thoughts, words and deeds, sincerity and deep seated. Belief in repeating Mantras systematically and without any stress or strain on the brain or body is the keynotes for the efficacy of Mantras.

2. Concentrate and Meditate without having any desires in mind. The Mantra should be recited softly so as to be audible only to be person concerned and not to others. Mantras should be recited in a pleasing musical tone, which will help in concentration.

3.Continuous Sadhana will enable the Sadhaka to find solutions to the problems, attaining peace of mind, reducing mental strain.

4.The Sadhaka should have a light meal, hot and well cooked and in small quantity, as over eating leads to the excitement of the sensory organs which aggravate passions. Onions, Garlic and Meat have stimulating effects on the sensory organs and will do harm to the body than good. Intoxicates and smoking of any kind should be avoided. Lack of control in the diet is a great obstacle to progress. Small quantities of wholesome food purify the mind and a pure mind retains the memory of God.

AUM GRANTHI�POWER MEANING
TAT TAPINI SUCCESS
SA SUCCESS BRAVERY (PARAKRAM)
VI VISHWA MAINTENANCE� (PALAN)
TUR TUSHTI WELFARE (KALYAN)
VA VARDA MARYADA
RE YOG SELF RESTRAINT��(SANYAM)
NI REVATI SFUTA
YAM LOVE (PREM) TAP
BHAR SOOKSHMA MEDHA
GO MONEY FOR SIGHT
DE GYANA YOGMAYA
VA BRILLIANCE (TEJ) JAGRITI (AWAKENING)
SYA BHARGA YOGINI
DHEE DEFENCE (RAKSHA) CREATION (PRODUCTION)
MA GOMATI DHARINI
HI INTELLECT (BUDDHI) SARASTA��(SWEETNESS)
DHI DEVIKA PRABHAVA
YO SUPPRESSION (DAMAN) IDEAL
YO VARAHI OOSHMA
NAHA DEVOTION (NISTHA) COURAGE
PRA SINHANI DRASHYA
CHO DHARNA�(POWER OF RETENTION) WISDOM (VIVEK)
DA DHYAN NIRANJAN
YAT PRAN SEWA (SERVICE)
     

GAIN SHARP INTELLECT:

The deity worshipped in the Gayatri Mantra is Savita or the Sun, hence the best day to do this ritual is Sunday. Through this Sadhana one can awaken all mental faculties and gain a sharp intellect and photographic memory. Even a child can be encouraged to try this practice for he can thus go on to excel in his studies and build an excellent career.

Early morning before sunrise have a bath and dress in yellow clothes. Fill a copper pot with water in it drop a few rice grain and flower petals. Face the morning sun. Raise the pot to the heart level and till it forward allowing the water to follow onto the ground gently. At the same time chant the Mantra seven times Udityam Jaatvedase Namah

RECOVER FROM ILLNESS-ALIMENT.

This ritual is a real boon for those afflicted by bad diseases. A family member of a friend can perform this ritual for the person. On a Saturday night after 9 p.m. Wear red clothes and sit on a red mat facing south. Make a wooden platform in front and cover with red cloth. On it place a steel plate with a handful of rice grains on it. On this plate place Moong grains. Offer red Vermilion; rice grains, red flowers, incense and Ghee lamp on it. Take the Red Hakeek Rosary and put it around the Ratna. Next with water in the right palm and any wish you have to free yourself of any aliments. Let the water drop on the plate before you. Then without any count chant the Gayatri Mantra continuously for about 1 hour. Add at the end of the Gayatri Mantra Ayeim Aum Hum Namah

GET ONES WISHES FULFILLED:

This Sadhana can be done on a Sunday or a Friday from 5 a.m. To 8 a.m. After a bath wear yellows clothes and sits on a yellow mat facing east. On a covered wooden seat make a mound of rice grains dyed yellow. On these place a coconut. Tie a mouli (sacred red thread) around it. Apply a mark of red tilak. On the right side place red rose petals place a Divya and a Shankh. Offer on it incense, Ghee lamp, flowers rice grains, vermilion. Take water in your right palm and pledge your wish. Next Stand on the mat and chant one mala with Cheitanya rosary of this Gayatri Mantra adding to the last part of this Mantra with Shreem Shreem Shreem Shreem Namah.

GAYATRI MANTRA FOR ALL PURPOSES:

Repetitions of the Gayatri Mantra for 125,000 times brings Siddhi. After the mantra has been done for the prescribed number of times, fire worship should be done with 12,000 ahutis of havan samagri with an offering of raw sugar, black sesame seeds (125gms) and ghee (250gms). After the Homa a small feast should be held for 12 girls of 8 years of age and one boy of 6 yrs old. The person after achieving this siddha of the mantra can use to heal physiological or psychological diseases, cure ill lucks and give victory over enemies.

FOR HEALING:

Before touching the patient or giving any medicine, repeat one mala of Gayatri. After completing the mala (108 beads), give the patient medicine for the disease. If the patient is not taking any medication one can give water from a clean copper, brass, bronze or silver pot. Shake the water and repeat the mantra only once before giving the water to the patient. This water will have miraculous effect.

CURE DISEASES:

The sick person should do the japa of Gayatri, after bathing, adding AING three times at the end of the mantra for disease related to aggravation of mucus and bile. Add HUNG three times at the end of the mantra for disease caused by aggravation of wind. The japa should be done 108 times in the early morning hours after bathing.

GOOD MEMORY AND MENTAL POWER:

The japa of Gayatri mantra should be done facing east before sunrise, after bathing. The forehead should remain wet. This is accompanied by applying a thick paste of sandal wood. Gayatri mantra should be recited repeating the sound AUM three times before the mantra. Japa should be done daily 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 or 11 malas. After doing the mala rub both palms together while reciting the mantra, then rub both hands on the forehead touching the place of the third eyes with both ring fingers while the right hand rubs the right side and the left hand the left side of the forehead, reaching up to the temples. Then bring the hands to the head, then to the eyes, ears, nose, cheeks, back of the neck, front of the neck, in that order. This exercise should be done in a slow rhythm. All the breath (no inhaling or exhaling while touching the starting point, third eye) until the end ( the front of the neck).

FOR ATTAINING WEALTH:

At the end of the Gayatri mantra, repeat SHRING, the Lakshmi Bija, three times. 1 Mala (108 times) should be done everyday. All samagris used in worship should be yellow, and yellow food should be taken for the period japa is done. Use a yellow woolen rug, a mala of yellow haldi (turmeric root) beads, yellow pots, yellow flowers, and yellow prasad for offering. A pinch of saffron should be added in the kalash. The japa should be done in the early morning hours before sunrise.

DISPEL EVIL SPIRITS:
An agnihotra (homa) should be done, and 108 ahutis of ordinary havan samagri should be offered to the fire. After the havan is done, the whitish gray ashes should be collected from the fire place and rubbed on the hands, feet, face, head, stomach and back of the person. The Gayatri mantra should be recited during the rubbing of the ashes. The evil spirit will vanish after one rubbing of the ashes. These ashes should be kept in a bottle and maybe used whenever needed by the attendants of the patient. They can be used on any other patients as well. And one should put ashes in ones hand and recite Gayatri mantra 11 times and keep on reciting while rubbing.

SNAKES SCORPIAN BITES:

Ashes from sandal wood or peepal (Banyan wood), should be obtained after doing homa with 108 recitations of the Gayatri Mantra. The ashes should be collected in a blue bottle. One should observe the following method:

  1. Check which nostril is working.
  2. Keep ashes in the hand in the same side as the dominant nostril.
  3. Recite Gayatri mantra, adding HUNG at the end, while meditating on Gayatri riding a horse.
  4. Recite the mantra 11 times.
  5. Rub the ashes while chanting the mantra:
  6. AUM BHUR BUVUH SWAHA TATSAVITRU VARENIYEM
    BHARGO DEVESYA DHEEMAHI DIYO YO NA PRACHODAYAT HUNG.
  7. Keep in another small bottle 10gms of mustard seeds made into paste. Recite the mantra 108 times while making the paste in a stone mortar. This paste should be made and stored like the ashes and used simultaneously or after rubbing the ashes. Take the paste when needed and apply it to the tips of all fingers, all toes, earlobes, navel, tip of the nose and forehead.

This chanting is considered to be especially GOOD on Fridays, on Navami, Chaturdasi, and Full Moon day-and during the nine days of Navaratri.

The Gayatri Mantra does not belong to any particular sect of worship or it is not restricted to any certain community. It is universal, for the whole world. It contains in it the culture not of any particular society, but the culture of humanity. The Gayatri Mantra is a treasure and heritage that belongs to the whole of humanity without exclusion.

 

Mantra for a Child

This mantra may be recited for getting a son, or for childless couples, who want a child.

Mantra:

Devaki-suta Govinda Vasudeva Jagatpate

Dehi me tanayam Krishna Tvaamaham sharanam gataha

Meaning:

O Son of Devaki and Vasudeva, the Lord of the Universe
O Krishna! give me a son; I take refuge in you

Mantra for Marriage

This is a mantra for girls who want to get married. They should say this mantra every day

Mantra:

Kaatyaayani Mahaamaayey Mahaa YoginyaDheeshwaree
NandaGopasuta Devi Pati Mey Kuru Tey Namaha

Meaning:

O Katyaayani! MahaaMayey (Names of Ma the Mother Goddess) Supreme Lord of all great Yoginis, Make Shree Krishna, my husband Prostrations unto Thee.

Mantra to be chanted before you begin your studies:

Mantra:

Saraswati namastubhyam Varde Kaamarupini

Vidyarambham karishyami Siddhir bhavatu me sadaa

Meaning:

My humble prostrations unto Thee, O Goddess Saraswati,
You are the fulfiller of all my wishes, I start my studies, with the request that I achieve perfection in them.

Mantra for Health

Mantra:

Om! Tryambakam Yajaamahe Sugandhim Pushtee Vardhanam
Urva ruka meva Bandhanaat
Mrityor Muksheeya Ma amrutaat

Meaning:

Om! We worship Lord Shiva (The 3-Eyed One) who is full of fragrance and who nourishes all beings; may He liberate me from death, bestow salvation and (lead me) towards Eternity (Make me immortal) just as the ripe cucumber is severed (from the creeper) of its bondage.

Mantra For Prosperity

Mantra:

Aayur dehee Dhanam Dehee Vidyaam dehee Maheshwari
Samastamakhilam dehee dehee mey Parameshwari

Meaning:

Give me long life Give me wealth,
Give me knowledge, O Maheshwari (Mother Goddess)
O Parmeshwari, Give me everything that I desire

This is a mantra of Maheshwari. Maheshwari is the consort of Maheshwara, another name for Siva. It is said that Siva always grants the boons of those that pray to him or his consort.

Mantra for a Peaceful Life

Mantra:

Sarveshaam Svaastir Bhavatu Sarveshaam Shaantir Bhavatu,
Sarveshaam Poornam Bhavatu Sarveshaam Mangalam Bhavatu
Om Shanti, Shanti Shanteehi

Meaning:

May Health abound forever May Peace abound forever
May complete abundance, abound forever May auspiciousness abound forever
Om Peace Peace Peace!

MANTRA for the FULFILLMENT OF DESIRES and RELEASE FROM BONDAGE

Mantra:

Om kaaram bindu samyuktam nityam dhyaayanti yoginah
Kaamadam mokshadam chaiva Omkaaraaya namo namaha

Meaning:

The sages constantly meditate upon the sound of Om and its ‘Bindu´ (dot) We offer our obeisance to the Divine sound of Om repeatedly,
Which has the power to fulfill our desires and release us from bondage.

MANTRA FOR DESTRUCTION OF EVIL AND REMOVAL OF MISERIES-KRISHNA

Mantra:

Krishnaaya Vaasudevaaya Haraye Paramaatmane
Pranatah Klesha naashaaya Govindaaya namo namaha

Meaning:

O Krishna! Son of Vaasudeva, You are the Supreme Lord, remover of miseries.
You destroy all evil, O Govinda!
I repeatedly bow to You!

THE EPITOME OF DUTY.

Mantra:

Raamaaya Raamabhadraaya Raamachandraaya vedhase
Raghunaathaaya naathaaya Seetaaya pataye namah.

Meaning:
I bow to the Brilliant Rama, doer of good, Lord of the Raghus, the Beloved husband of Seeta.

 

 

Blessings for a child

Make a prayer to Santhana Gopala by chanting the following mantra 108 times a day for 108 days after bath.

Santhana Gopala Mantra

Om Devaki Sutha Govinda Vasudeva Jagath Pathe
Dehimey Thanayam Krishna Thwamaham Saranam gathahaa Deva Deva
Jagannatha Gothra Vridhi Karap Prabho Dehimey Thanayam Sheegram
Ayushmantham Yashashreenam

Note:

Nagaraja is the devata for Kudumba Vrithi. Perform Nagaraja pooja in your home by some learned priests.

Also visit Rameswaram, Devipattinam and the navagraha temples around Kumbakonam with your saha dharmini and make prayers to the devatas.

 

 

 

 
Sarva Devata prayer

PRAYERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Guru Mantra

Gurur Bramha Gurur Vishnu
Gurur Devo Maheswaraha
Guru Shakshath Para Bramha
Thasmaisri Gurave Namaha
Gurave Sarvalokanam
Bhishaje Bhavaroginam
Nithye Sarvadhiyanaam
Dhakshina Moorthaye Namahah!

Guru is Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Maheswara
Guru is nothing but the Supreme Brahman devoid of attributes.
That is the reason why we bow to the Guru.

sarvaDevata prayer

shriiman mahaa gaNaadhi pataye namaH .
shrii sarasvatyai namaH .
shrii gurave namaH .
shrii maataa pitR^ibhyaaM namaH .
shrii lakshmiinaaraayaNaabhyaaM namaH .
shrii umaamaheshvaraabhyaaM namaH .
ishhTa devataabhyo namaH .
kula devataabhyo namaH .
sthaana devataabhyo namaH .
vaastu devataabhyaaM namaH .
sarevebhyo devebhyo namo namaH ..
avighnamastu …. AUM tatsat.h iti ..

Invocatory Kirtans

Jaya Ganesha Jaya Ganesha Jaya Ganesha paahimaam
Sri Ganesha Sri Ganesha Sri Ganesha rakshamaam
Jaya Saraswati Jaya Saraswati Jaya Saraswati paahimaam
Sri Saraswati Sri Saraswati Sri Saraswati rakshamaam

Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra
Om trayambakam yajaamahe sugandhim pushtivardhanam
Urvaarukamiva bandhanaan mrityor muksheeya maamritaat.

Concluding Peace Chants
Sarveshaam swasti bhavatu, sarveshaam shaantir bhavatu,
Sarveshaam poornam bhavatu, sarveshaam mangalam bhavatu;
Sarve bhavantu sukhinah, sarve santu niraamayah,
Sarve bhadraani pashyantu, maakaschid duhkhabhaagbhavet;
Asato maa sad gamaya
Tamaso maa jyotir gamaya
Mrityor maa amritam gamaya;
Om poornamadah poornamidam poornaatpoornamudachyate,
Poornasya poornamaadaaya poornamevaavashishyate.
Om shaantih shaantih shaantih!

Meditation On Lord Shiva
Shaantam padmaasanastham
shashadharamakutam panchavaktram trinetram,
Shoolam vajram cha khadgam
parashumabhayadam dakshinaange vahantam;
Naagam paasham cha ghantaam
damaruka sahitam chaankusham vaamabhaage,
Naanaalankaara deeptam
sphatika maninibham paarvateesham namaami.
MEANING: I prostrate myself before the five-faced Lord of Parvati, who is adorned with various ornaments, who shines like the crystal jewel, who is seated peacefully in the lotus pose, with moon-crested crown, with three eyes, wearing trident, thunderbolt, sword and axe on the right side, who holds the serpent, noose, bell, damaru and spear on the left side, and who gives protection from all fear to His devotees.

Meditation On Sri Shankaracharya
Padmaaseenam prashantam
yamaniratamaanan gaari tulya prabhaavam,
Phaale bhasmaankitaam
bhasmita rujira mukhaam bhojanindeevaraaksham;
Kambugreevam karaabhyaam
avidtamurulasat pustakam jnaanamudraam,
Vandyam geervaana mukhyair
natajana varadam bhaavaye shankaraaryam.
MEANING: I meditate on Sri Shankaracharya who is seated in the lotus posture with Jnanamudra, who is calm, endowed with virtues like Yama, Niyama, etc., whose glory is as great as that of Lord Shiva, who wears the sacred ashes on the forehead, whose face resembles the blossomed lotus, with lotus-like eyes, possessing sacred books in hand, who is ever adored by people of high learning and wisdom, and who fulfils the desires of his devotees (who prostrate themselves before him).

Meditation On Lord Dattatreya
Maalaakamandalu dharah karapadmayugme
Madhyastha paaniyugale damarutrishoolam;
Adhyastha urdhva karayoh shubha shankhachakre
Vande tamatrivaradam bhujashatkayuktam.
MEANING: I meditate on Lord Dattatreya, the son of Atri, who has six hands, who holds the rosary and water-vessel in two hands, with damaru and spear in the other two hands, and with conch and discus in the upper two hands.

Meditation On Lord Ganesha
Gajaananam bhootaganaadisevitam
Kapittha jamboophala saara bhakshitam;
Umaasutam shoka vinaasha kaaranam
Namaami vighneshwara paada pankajam.
MEANING: I worship the lotus feet of Ganesha, the son of Uma, the destroyer of all sorrows, who is served by the host of gods and elementals, and who takes the essence of the kapittha-jarnbu fruit (fruit resembling the bilwa fruit).

Meditation On Lord Subramanya
Shadaananam kumkumaraktavarnam
Mahaa matim divya mayoora vaahanam;
Rudrasya soonum sura sainyanaatham
Guham sadaaham sharanam prapadye.
MEANING: I always take refuge in Lord Guha (Lord Subramanya) of six faces, who is of deep red colour and infinite knowledge, who has the divine peacock to ride on, the son of Lord Shiva and the leader of the army of the Devas.

LORD VISHNU
His Mantra is: Om Namo Narayanaya
Suklambharadharam visnum sasi varnam caturbhujam
Prasanna vadanam dhyayet sarvavighnopasantaye

Meditation On Sri Krishna
Vamshee vibhooshita karaan navaneeradaabhaat
Peetaambaraadaruna bimbaphalaa dharoshthaat;
Poornendusundara mukhaad aravinda netraat
Krishnaat param kimapi tattwam aham na jaane.
MEANING: I know not any other Reality than the lotus-eyed Krishna with hands adorned with flute, looking like a heavy-laden cloud in lustre, wearing a yellow silk garment, with His lower lip like a ruddy bimba fruit, and with face shining like the full moon.

Meditation On Sri Rama
Dhyaayedaajaanubaaham dhritasharadhanusham
baddhapadmaasanastham,
Peetam vaaso vasaanam navakamala dala spardhinetram
prasannam;
Vaamaankaaroodhaseetaa mukhakamala milal lochanam
neeradaabham,
Naanaalankaara deeptam dadhatamuru jataa mandalam
raamachandram.
MEANING: One should meditate on Sri Ramachandra, with hands reaching the knees, holding the bow and arrows, seated in the locked-up lotus posture, wearing a yellow garb, with eyes vying with the newly-blossomed lotus petals, with a pleasant gait, who has Sita seated on His left thigh, who is blue like the clouds, who is adorned with all kinds of ornaments and having a big circle of Jata on the head.

 

 

 

 

 
.. HYAGREEVA MANTRA ..

GNANANDAMAYAM DEVAM
NIRMALA SPATIKAKRITHAM
AATHARAM SARVAVIDHYANAAM
HYAGREEVA MUBHASMAHE!

.. hayagriivasampadaastotram.h ..

hayagriiva hayagriiva hayagriiveti vaadinam.h .
naraM mu.nchanti paapaani daridramiva yoshhitaH .. 1..

hayagriiva hayagriiva hayagriiveti yo vadet.h .
tasya nissarate vaaNii jahnukanyaa pravaahavat.h .. 2..

hayagriiva hayagriiva hayagriiveti yo dhvaniH .
vishobhate sa vaikuNTha kavaaTod.hghaaTanakshamaH .. 3..

shlokatrayamidaM puNyaM hayagriivapadaa.nkitam.h
vaadiraajayatiproktaM paThataaM sampadaaM padam.h .. 4..

.. iti shriimadvaadiraajapuujyacharaNavirachitam.h hayagriivasampadaastotraM sampuurNam.h ..

bhaaratiiramaNamukhyapraaNaa.ntargata shriikR^ishhNaarpaNamastu

 

 

 

 

Mantra for Easy Delivery

Mathru boodeswaro devo
Bakthanaa mishta thayaka
Sukanthi kunthala naavaha
Suka Prasava Mrichchathuhu.

Hima vathyuththarey parthavey
Surathaa nama yakshini
Tasyaha smarana mathrena
Visalya karpini paveth.

Hey sankara smarahara
Bramahathathi natha
Mannatha samba sasisooda
Harathri soolin
Sambo sukaprasavakrutha
Pavame thayalo
Shri mathrubootha
Siva balayamam namasthey.

Note:

Make a prayer to Thayumanavar at Tiruchirapalli rockfort that you will be visiting his temple with the kid and do an abishek upon the fulfillment of your prayer and ask the pregnant lady to chant the following mantra.
It is advisable to recite this mantra 11 times a day daily after bath.
On Monday recite this mantra 108 times either between 6-7 am,1-2 pm 0r between 8-9 pm especially during the hora of moon. You can check up the hora for each day in
http://mailerindia.com/ancanga.cgi

for help and queries contact Pandit Hari Krishnamurthy , New Delhi India 9868369793 after 7 PM every day.24×7.  We also conduct Homam( Havan), Chanting, special Puja on your behalf and send your the prasadams. for further details send email to krishnamurthy.hari@gmail.com

 

 

 

Significance of 108

The Indian Subcontinent rosary or set of mantra counting has 108 beads. 108 has been a sacred number in the Indian Subcontinent for a very long time. This number is explained in many different ways.

The ancient Indians were excellent mathematicians and 108 may be the product of a precise mathematical operation (e.g. 1 power 1 x 2 power 2 x 3 power 3 = 108) which was thought to have special numerological significance.

Powers of 1, 2, and 3 in math: 1 to 1st power=1; 2 to 2nd power=4 (2×2); 3 to 3rd power=27 (3x3x3). 1x4x27=108

Sanskrit alphabet: There are 54 letters in the Sanskrit alphabet. Each has masculine and feminine, shiva and shakti. 54 times 2 is 108.

Sri Yantra: On the Sri Yantra there are marmas where three lines intersect, and there are 54 such intersections. Each intersections has masculine and feminine, shiva and shakti qualities. 54 x 2 equals 108. Thus, there are 108 points that define the Sri Yantra as well as the human body.

9 times 12: Both of these numbers have been said to have spiritual significance in many traditions. 9 times 12 is 108. Also, 1 plus 8 equals 9. That 9 times 12 equals 108.

Heart Chakra: The chakras are the intersections of energy lines, and there are said to be a total of 108 energy lines converging to form the heart chakra. One of them, sushumna leads to the crown chakra, and is said to be the path to Self-realization.

Marmas: Marmas or marmastanas are like energy intersections called chakras, except have fewer energy lines converging to form them. There are said to be 108 marmas in the subtle body.

Time: Some say there are 108 feelings, with 36 related to the past, 36 related to the present, and 36 related to the future.

Astrology: There are 12 constellations, and 9 arc segments called namshas or chandrakalas. 9 times 12 equals 108. Chandra is moon, and kalas are the divisions within a whole.

Planets and Houses: In astrology, there are 12 houses and 9 planets. 12 times 9 equals 108.

Gopis of Krishna: In the Krishna tradition, there were said to be 108 gopis or maid servants of Krishna.

1, 0, and 8: 1 stands for God or higher Truth, 0 stands for emptiness or completeness in spiritual practice, and 8 stands for infinity or eternity.

Sun and Earth: The diameter of the sun is 108 times the diameter of the Earth.

Numerical scale: The 1 of 108, and the 8 of 108, when added together equals 9, which is the number of the numerical scale, i.e. 1, 2, 3 … 10, etc., where 0 is not a number.

Smaller divisions: The number 108 is divided, such as in half, third, quarter, or twelfth, so that some malas have 54, 36, 27, or 9 beads.

Islam: The number 108 is used in Islam to refer to God.

Jain: In the Jain religion, 108 are the combined virtues of five categories of holy ones, including 12, 8, 36, 25, and 27 virtues respectively.

Sikh: The Sikh tradition has a mala of 108 knots tied in a string of wool, rather than beads.

Chinese: The Chinese Buddhists and Taoists use a 108 bead mala, which is called su-chu, and has three dividing beads, so the mala is divided into three parts of 36 each.

Stages of the soul: Said that Atman, the human soul or center goes through 108 stages on the journey.

Meru: This is a larger bead, not part of the 108. It is not tied in the sequence of the other beads. It is the quiding bead, the one that marks the beginning and end of the mala.

Dance: There are 108 forms of dance in the Indian traditions.

Pythagorean: The nine is the limit of all numbers, all others existing and coming from the same. ie: 0 to 9 is all one needs to make up an infinite amount of numbers.

We have listed below 108 Upanishads as per the list contained in the Muktikopanishad . We have arranged them in four categories according to the particular Veda to which each of them belong.

Rigveda(10): Aitareya , Atmabodha, Kaushitaki, Mudgala, Nirvana, Nadabindu, Akshamaya, Tripura, Bahvruka, Saubhagyalakshmi.

Yajurveda(50): Katha, Taittiriya , Isavasya , Brihadaranyaka, Akshi, Ekakshara, Garbha, Prnagnihotra, Svetasvatara, Sariraka, Sukarahasya, Skanda, Sarvasara, Adhyatma, Niralamba, Paingala, Mantrika, Muktika, Subala, Avadhuta, Katharudra, Brahma, Jabala, Turiyatita, Paramahamsa, Bhikshuka, Yajnavalkya, Satyayani, Amrtanada, Amrtabindu, Kshurika, Tejobindu, Dhyanabindu, Brahmavidya, YogakundalinI, Yogatattva, Yogasikha, Varaha, Advayataraka, Trisikhibrahmana, mandalabrahmana, Hamsa, Kalisantaraaa, Narayana, Tarasara, Kalagnirudra, Dakshinamurti, Pancabrahma, Rudrahrdaya, SarasvatIrahasya.

SamaVeda(16): Kena, Chandogya, Mahat, Maitrayani, Vajrasuci, Savitri, Aruneya, Kundika, Maitreyi, Samnyasa, Jabaladarsana, Yogacudaman, Avyakta, Vasudevai, Jabali, Rudrakshajabala.

Atharvaveda(32): Prasna , Mandukya, Mundaka, Atma, Surya, Narada-Parivrajakas, Parabrahma, Paramahamsa-Parivrajakas, Pasupatha-Brahma, Mahavakya, Sandilya, Krishna, Garuda, Gopalatapani, Tripadavibhuti-mahnarayana, Dattatreya, Kaivalya, NrsimhatapanI, Ramatapani, Ramarahasya, HayagrIva, Atharvasikha, Atharvasira, Ganapati, Brhajjabala, Bhasmajabala, Sarabha, Annapurna, TripuratapanI, Devi, Bhavana, SIta.

 

 

 

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Health & Nutrition Benefits of Eating Capsicum
• Capsicum has been known to be beneficial to the mucous membranes. It is also good for eyesight as well as smooth skin.
• The vegetable encourages healing and helps the body ward off infectio

ns.
• Capsicum promotes cardiovascular health, by helping lower the blood pressure.
• The vegetable has antioxidant properties, which help neutralize the free radicals responsible for damaging tissue and cells.
• Capsicum is full of anti-inflammatory properties.
• The vegetable helps reduce cholesterol and thus, is effective in warding off strokes and heart attacks.
• It has been seen that capsicum speeds up the metabolism and helps burn more calories. Thus, it if good for those trying to lose weight.
• The vegetable has proved to be quite beneficial for treating colds and fevers.
• Capsicum stimulates stomach secretions and improves digestion.
• By helping lower triglycerides, the vegetable helps keep cholesterol in control.
• Capsicum is known to have a laxative effect and is good for those suffering from constipation.
• The vegetable triggers the release of endorphins, the neurotransmitters produced in the brain, which reduce pain.
• Regular consumption of capsicum is believed to be beneficial for those suffering from diabetes.
• The vegetable has been said to be helpful in improving digestion, as it increases the stomach secretions.
• Capsicum has been found to be useful in the treatment of chronic rhinitis.
• The vegetable has been found helpful in slowing down the assimilation of fat in the intestines.
• Regular consumption of capsicum can help the body fight against obesity.
• The vegetable is rich in beta carotene, capsaicin and vitamins A and C, all of which work together to prevent a host of diseases, including live disease and impotency.
• Capsicum has the ability to starve cancer cells and tumors of oxygen, thus making them die.
• Many herbalists recommend the vegetable for treating sluggish metabolism, cold hands and feet; obesity and respiratory tract infections.
• Capsicum can also be used externally, for treating arthritis, sore back muscles, rheumatism or sprains and bruises.


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A whole and halved red bell pepper
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Health & Nutrition Benefits of Eating Capsicum
• Capsicum has been known to be beneficial to the mucous membranes. It is also good for eyesight as well as smooth skin.
• The vegetable encourages healing and helps the body ward off  infections.

• Capsicum promotes cardiovascular health, by helping lower the blood pressure.
• The vegetable has antioxidant properties, which help neutralize the free radicals responsible for damaging tissue and cells.
• Capsicum is full of anti-inflammatory properties.
• The vegetable helps reduce cholesterol and thus, is effective in warding off strokes and heart attacks.
• It has been seen that capsicum speeds up the metabolism and helps burn more calories. Thus, it if good for those trying to lose weight.
• The vegetable has proved to be quite beneficial for treating colds and fevers.
• Capsicum stimulates stomach secretions and improves digestion.
• By helping lower triglycerides, the vegetable helps keep cholesterol in control.
• Capsicum is known to have a laxative effect and is good for those suffering from constipation.
• The vegetable triggers the release of endorphins, the neurotransmitters produced in the brain, which reduce pain.
• Regular consumption of capsicum is believed to be beneficial for those suffering from diabetes.
• The vegetable has been said to be helpful in improving digestion, as it increases the stomach secretions.
• Capsicum has been found to be useful in the treatment of chronic rhinitis.
• The vegetable has been found helpful in slowing down the assimilation of fat in the intestines.
• Regular consumption of capsicum can help the body fight against obesity.
• The vegetable is rich in beta carotene, capsaicin and vitamins A and C, all of which work together to prevent a host of diseases, including live disease and impotency.
• Capsicum has the ability to starve cancer cells and tumors of oxygen, thus making them die.
• Many herbalists recommend the vegetable for treating sluggish metabolism, cold hands and feet; obesity and respiratory tract infections.
• Capsicum can also be used externally, for treating arthritis, sore back muscles, rheumatism or sprains and bruises.

 

Photo: Health & Nutrition Benefits of Eating Capsicum  •	Capsicum has been known to be beneficial to the mucous membranes. It is also good for eyesight as well as smooth skin. •	The vegetable encourages healing and helps the body ward off infections. •	Capsicum promotes cardiovascular health, by helping lower the blood pressure. •	The vegetable has antioxidant properties, which help neutralize the free radicals responsible for damaging tissue and cells. •	Capsicum is full of anti-inflammatory properties. •	The vegetable helps reduce cholesterol and thus, is effective in warding off strokes and heart attacks. •	It has been seen that capsicum speeds up the metabolism and helps burn more calories. Thus, it if good for those trying to lose weight. •	The vegetable has proved to be quite beneficial for treating colds and fevers. •	Capsicum stimulates stomach secretions and improves digestion. •	By helping lower triglycerides, the vegetable helps keep cholesterol in control. •	Capsicum is known to have a laxative effect and is good for those suffering from constipation. •	The vegetable triggers the release of endorphins, the neurotransmitters produced in the brain, which reduce pain. •	Regular consumption of capsicum is believed to be beneficial for those suffering from diabetes. •	The vegetable has been said to be helpful in improving digestion, as it increases the stomach secretions. •	Capsicum has been found to be useful in the treatment of chronic rhinitis. •	The vegetable has been found helpful in slowing down the assimilation of fat in the intestines. •	Regular consumption of capsicum can help the body fight against obesity. •	The vegetable is rich in beta carotene, capsaicin and vitamins A and C, all of which work together to prevent a host of diseases, including live disease and impotency. •	Capsicum has the ability to starve cancer cells and tumors of oxygen, thus making them die. •	Many herbalists recommend the vegetable for treating sluggish metabolism, cold hands and feet; obesity and respiratory tract infections. •	Capsicum can also be used externally, for treating arthritis, sore back muscles, rheumatism or sprains and bruises.

 

 

Change voice in Skype with VCS


INTRODUCTION

The new version of AV Voice Changer Software Diamond has a Virtual Audio Driver (AVnex Virtual Audio Device) which works as a virtual audio & sound device. This device can be used with any VoIP application and Instant messengers for changing voice and/or recording in real-time.

In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to use the Voice Changer Software Diamond 7.0 for changing your voice in Skype’s voice chat session. So, it will work as a Skype Voice Changer Software.

STEPS TO TAKE

Follow steps bellow to set VCSD7 to work as a Skype Voice Changer.

Click on the steps below to start

Step 1: Switch AV Voice Changer Software 7.0 to VAD mode

On Voice Changer Software Diamond 7 main panel, click Preferences to open the Preferences dialog box.

Fig 1: Voice Changer Software Diamond - Preferences

In the Preferences dialog box, we will change Hook mode to Virtual Audio Driver mode.
– Check VadMode (1).
– Click the OK button (2) to apply the new settings and close the Preferences dialog box.

Fig 2: Voice Changer Software Diamond - Settings

Step 2: Change the Audio settings of Skype

– Run Skype, log in your account.
– Choose menu Tools » Options.

Fig 3: Choose Options to open the settings dialog box of Skype

In the Options dialog box:
– Select Audio settings (1).
– In Microphone area, select: Microphone(Avnex Virtual Audio Device) (2)
– Click Save.
From now on, AV Virtual Audio Driver will be the main audio driver used by Skype.

Fig 4: Skype - Audio Settings

Step 3: Prepare the voice with Voice Changer Software 7

Return to Voice Changer Software main panel, choose the morphing effects for your voice, and make adjustments until you are satisfied with the output voice.

Note: You should have known how to change voice using Voice Morpher feature, and other voice changing features of AV Voice Changer Software.

Step 4: Start calling your friends via Skype with the changed voice

Get back to Skype and start voice call. The morphed voice is applied, and your voice now being changed. VCSD will work as a Skype Voice Changer.

Note: As long as the AV Virtual Audio Device works as major driver for your microphone, you have a very powerful Skype voice changer ready for use.

>> See the video tutorial: Change voice in Skype with Voice Changer Software Diamond

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by Derek Finkelman and Jonathan Corke
It’s a common scenario: A managerial position becomes available and is filled by a top performer with minimal or no previous management experience. Yet it makes sense. Shouldn’t a top performer be able to easily make the transition to manager? Shouldn’t that person be able to guide others to his or her same level of productivity? The answer is a 100 percent, absolute maybe.
While top performers likely have solid domain skills, coupled with a strong motivation to succeed, there’s a good chance they have not been afforded sufficient opportunity to develop effective management techniques. For some, these skills can be learned on the job. For others, the consequences of a poor managerial fit can be significant in terms of lost productivity and morale for the new manager and his or her direct reports.
Therefore, prior to promoting a top performer with minimal or no managerial experience, assess the candidate’s strengths and forward-looking potential in nine core areas of effective management.
This analysis can ensure consistently smooth management transitions and keep a company operating at peak performance as it identifies whether a top performer is ready to lead now, is better-suited for some limited managerial experiences and additional training, or perhaps has a skill set and disposition that will only thrive in an individual contributor role. Consider: Can the new manager execute these nine core skills?
1. Move from tactical to strategic.
Is the employee ready to let go of his or her day-to-day responsibilities and play a more conceptual or strategic role? Some managers believe they need to understand every last detail of what their employees are working on.
Commonly referred to as “micro-managing,” this type of behavior can make otherwise content employees burn out and leave a company. For a top performer who excels at the tactical level, managing others to achieve the same level of success may not seem as fulfilling.
Is the employee prepared for this potential shock? Many top performers are capable of the transition from tactical to strategic thinking, provided they have access to the right resources, such as a mentor or applicable management training courses.
2. Defend the team.
Is the employee ready to defend his or her new direct reports and support them in public? Is the employee ready to be a leader? Leaders absorb rather than deflect criticism. Leaders push praise downward to their employees and proactively look for ways to portray their direct reports in a positive light.
In short, leaders have a deep understanding of the phrase, “praise in public, condemn in private.” Lots of top performers have healthy, competitive egos. Don’t assume that deflecting praise and supporting direct reports is a natural instinct for new managers.
3. Build trusting relationships.
Can the employee develop a strong, trusting relationship that engenders compassion and prudent responses to change? As a cautionary tale, “Jerry” really enjoyed working for a manager until the reasons behind some recent absences came into question.
Jerry’s son was in and out of the hospital, and thus, he needed to unexpectedly miss some work during a two-week period. Rather than show compassion and understanding, Jerry’s manager accused him of interviewing. The manager’s paranoia quickly became a self-fulfilling prophecy, as Jerry decided it wasn’t worth working for someone who so quickly questioned his integrity. Jerry’s example illustrates the risk associated with promoting a top performer before understanding his or her ability to trust and respect others.
4. Delegate.
Does the employee know how to assign work and shepherd that work through to completion? Consider the following scenario:
Manager: “[Employee], I need you to do X. I need this done because of Y. I’d really like to have this work completed by Z. Do you have any questions? Was this clear?”
Employee: “Got it.”
Manager: “Great. Please let me know if you need any additional help.”
This seems simple. Employees like to understand what work is expected of them, why the work is important, and when the work should be completed. Once the assignment is given, managers can use a variety of actions to stay on top of progress, including daily check-ins, one-on-one meetings and regular staff meetings. This example is deceptively easy; yet, in the frantic pace of business, this type of clear, concise, two-way communication often is lost.
5. Teach and mentor.
In the event that assignments require additional help or instruction, does the top performer embrace the idea of teaching and mentoring? Does he or she have the patience to answer employees’ questions respectfully, in detail, more than once? Managers who return employee questions with an impatient or arrogant tone will eventually find they have fewer questions to answer, as employees will be more reluctant to expose their weaknesses or challenge ideas.
Managers who answer employee questions in an unassuming, non-condescending manner will be able to foster and sustain open communication channels that are vital for employee development and team productivity.
6. Admit mistakes.
Does the employee know how to apologize or acknowledge a mistake? For example, a new manager arrogantly corrects an employee in a cross-functional meeting and subsequently learns the employee’s assertion was accurate. Does the manager have the self-awareness and willingness to admit the mistake not only to the employee but also to the other meeting participants? This is necessary to help restore cross-functional trust in the employee who the manager publicly and erroneously contradicted. These corrective steps will be appreciated by most employees. On the other hand, if the manager doesn’t take these steps, he or she will quickly lose the team’s respect.
7. Leverage others’ strengths.
Is the employee threatened by colleagues who have greater subject matter expertise? For a newly promoted manager, there is an increased likelihood that certain employees will know more about a specific domain. For example, a new vice president of brand marketing may be asked to manage the product marketing group, as well. Is this vice president willing to roll up his or her sleeves and learn about that group on a tactical level?
Rather than hide from knowledge they don’t have, the best managers ask the right questions to understand their employees’ day-to-day responsibilities. By doing so, effective managers can engage subject matter experts to provide a well-articulated recommendation and then implement, adjust or reject that proposal based upon their sense of how it fits into the broader company strategy.
8. Manage each employee.
Can the new manager alter his or her managerial approach by direct report? Does the prospective manager have a one-size-fits-all management style, or does he or she recognize that individuals may need to be managed differently? Employees with young children are likely to request time to attend school events or unexpectedly miss work due to a child’s illness.
Younger, single employees may be hungry to prove themselves by offering to own too much work. Can the potential manager recognize the employees’ motivational differences and alter his or her managerial style accordingly? The best managers hold everyone on the team accountable for expected behaviors and results, while also understanding and capitalizing on the individual motivations of each team member.
9. Take time to manage.
Has the company given the new manager the time needed to actually manage? If a top performer has moved from individual contributor to managing a group of five or seven people, for example, there is undoubtedly a need to scale back on tactical, role-based activities to find the pulse of his or her new team.
A managerial role requires building a rapport, delegating responsibilities and architecting a team’s broader long-term strategy. When promoted, many top performers will initially carve out more work time per day to ambitiously try to handle their legacy tasks and their newly acquired role. This early push is not sustainable. The new manager, and the company, will need to understand and be receptive to the fact that his or her individual responsibilities should now account for no more than 50 percent of work time, and likely much less.
Each of these nine components of effective management requires organization commitment and an adjustment period in order to achieve a smooth transition, best fit and continued productivity for new managers and their employees. However, there often is more accountability for the organization regarding this ninth and final point.
Are top performers expected to manage effectively and maintain their previous workloads? Or are they given the time they need to manage their new direct reports? Providing employees with a manager’s title without supplying enough time for them to actually manage is a fruitless exercise.
The Case for Careful Selection
There are potential consequences of not incorporating these nine dimensions into the managerial selection process. Ineffective managers can alienate other departments, or worse, their employees, which can lead to significantly reduced group productivity and increased attrition. As merit budgets tighten and companies try to do more with less, the cascading effects of a toxic manager pose an even greater threat to organizational success.
Top-performing individuals don’t necessarily become top-performing managers. To succeed, new managers require time, training and guidance. Management consultants may never reach full agreement on the components of effective management, but these nine core skills comprise a practical evaluation of a top performer’s readiness to manage and a company’s readiness to prepare employees for this next step.
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16 Habits of Highly creative people


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If they work for them, they can work for you too!
“There is no use trying,” said Alice. “One can’t believe impossible things.” “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” – Lewis Carroll
16-habits-300x228 16 habits of highly creative people
Many people believe that creativity is inborn and only a chosen few are creative. While it is true that creativity is inborn, it is not true that only a chosen few are creative.
Everyone is born creative. In the process of growing up, educating yourself and adapting yourself to your environment, you slowly add blocks to your creativity and forget that you had it in the first place.
The difference between a creative person and a person who is not so creative is not in the creativity that they were born with but in the creativity that they have lost.
How can you enhance your creative ability? One possible way is to observe the habits of creative people, identify the ones that you feel will work for you and then make a plan to cultivate them.
Here are 16 habits of creative people. If you cultivate some of them, you will feel an increase in your level of creativity. In the process, you will also feel tickled by life!
1. Creative people are full of curiosity.
Creative people are wonderstruck. They are tickled by the newness of every moment. They have lots of questions. They keep asking what, why, when, where and how.
A questioning mind is an open mind. It is not a knowing mind. Only an open mind can be creative. A knowing mind can never be creative.
A questioning stance sensitizes the mind in a very special way and it is able to sense what would have been missed otherwise.
2. Creative people are problem-friendly.
When there is a problem, some people can be seen wringing up their hands. Their first reaction is to look for someone to blame. Being faced with a problem becomes a problem. Such people can be called problem-averse.
Creative people, on the other hand, are problem-friendly. They just roll up their sleeves when faced with a problem. They see problems as opportunities to improve the quality of life. Being faced with a problem is never a problem.
You get dirty and take a bath every day. You get tired and relax every day. Similarly, you have problems that need to be solved every day. Life is a fascinating rhythm of problems and solutions.
To be problem-averse is to be life-averse. To be problem-friendly is to be life-friendly. Problems come into your life to convey some message. If you run away from them, you miss the message.
3. Creative people value their ideas.
Creative people realize the value of an idea. They do not take any chance with something so important. They carry a small notepad to note down ideas whenever they occur. (I usually type it in my mobile/laptop whichever available.)
Many times, just because they have a notepad and are looking for ideas to jot down, they can spot ideas which they would have otherwise missed.
4. Creative people embrace challenges.
Creative people thrive on challenges. They have a gleam in their eyes as soon as they sniff one. Challenges bring the best out of them – reason enough to welcome them.
5. Creative people are full of enthusiasm.
Creative people are enthusiastic about their goals. This enthusiasm works as fuel for their journey, propelling them to their goals.
6. Creative people are persistent.
Creative people know it well that people may initially respond to their new ideas like the immune system responds to a virus. They’ll try to reject the idea in a number of ways.
Creative people are not surprised or frustrated because of this. Nor do they take it personally. They understand it takes time for a new idea to be accepted. In fact, the more creative the idea, the longer it takes for it to be appreciated.
7. Creative people are perennially dissatisfied.
Creative people are acutely aware of their dissatisfactions and unfulfilled desires. However, this awareness does not frustrate them. As a matter of fact, they use this awareness as a stimulus to realize their dreams.
8. Creative people are optimists.
Creative people generally have a deeply held belief that most, if not all, problems can be solved. No challenge is too big to be overcome.
This doesn’t mean they are always happy and never depressed. They do have their bad moments but they don’t generally get stumped by a challenge.
9. Creative people make positive Judgment.
A new idea is delicate. It can be killed by a sneer or a yawn. It can be stabbed to death by a quip and worried to death by a right man’s brow – a businessman Charles Brower
The ability to hold off on judging or critiquing an idea is important in the process of creativity. Often great ideas start as crazy ones – if critique is applied too early the idea will be killed and never developed into something useful and useable.