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Every Mantra has a Rishi.


The Rishi sits on the head.


Rishi Nyasa is to worship the Rishi of the Mantra on our head so the Rishi will

bless us with the knowledge and Siddhi of the Mantra.








The next part of Mantra is the Chanda (metre), how to say the Mantra in a

particular rhythm so the diety is pleased.


The best metre is Gayatri (24 syllables).


Gayatri has 24 syllables, the next Chand has 28 syllables, then the next has 32


(Anstup Chand).


It goes 4+4+4… this is the formula.


In three movements Gayatri can cross the zodiac two times, 24 syllables, 12

signs and 12 signs.


24 is auspicious because of the Siddhamsa.




When Chand is perfect it creates a vibration in the room that continous in the

room even after Mantra. When Gayatri is said one the whole room gets light, with

proper Chand (metre) all around will benefit. If said incorrect the person aying

it will get benefit but not others, one cannot alter the vibration in a room,

and will not be able to effect others. Chand has the power to affect others.




Mantra Devata:




Every Mantra has a Devata who sits in the heart.


The Devata is invoked by the Mantra to come into the heart.


If you use a Krora (harsh) Devata (did he meant “Mantra”?), then a harsh Devata

will come into your heart.


A person will get Mantra Siddhi when the Mantra Devata sits in the heart.


Ishta Devata is already in the heart, and you (atmakaraka) are already in the



In Vishishtadvaita there is two, in Advaita they are the same (there is just



The Mantra Devata should never be inimical to the Ishta or the atmakaraka in

temporal relationship according to the chart of an individual.


If the Mantra Devata hurts the Ishta or the atmakaraka, there will be a lot of



Certain Devas are specific for certain purposes.


The Devata must even be individualized for the specific form of an individual

deity, whether to use Kaleshwar or Mahakala.


For example, Bhairav is used for problems with the Lagna, Kal-Bhairav is used

for Saturn in the Lagna, Batuka is used for Mars in the Lagna.


If the Mantra Devata is inimical to the Lagna, a person’s character will fall,

they may get into bad things, the body will start to pain, and they may start

sinful behaviour.






Every Mantra has a Bija (seed syllable) from which it sprouts, which creates the



Nama Shivaya comes from the bija “Haum”.


Hare Krishna Mahamantra comes from “Kleem”.


When doing Sadhana the Mantra should be placed on the Lingam (within the root



One should concentrate there and feel the Mantra emanate and rise up from there,

(this can lead some to fall into lower energies if not focused).








Every Mantra has a Shakti which is established in the feet.


The feet move you in a particular direction, as the Shakti of a Mantra guides

you to go in a specific direction.


“Gatistwam Gatistwam Twam Eka Bhavani”.


It is the Shakti which gives gati (direction) in life.








The sealing and unsealing of a Mantra.


Every Mantra is a temple and needa someone to open the door for you to go

inside, utkilana – to unlock.


This is why getting a Mantra out of a book is almost impossible because you need

someone to unlock the door to it.


This can be from Guru Kripa, the Guru’s Grace: this opens it for you, or they

give you an Utkilan Mantra, they give you the key to unlock the Mantra.


Then you will get results quickly.


The key is in the solar plexus with the Sun God who is the Guru for everyone.


The 1000 Maharishis sit in the Sun chariot with the keys.


1000 rays come from the Maharishis.


When you pick up a Mantra, the Rishi goes into the crown of the head

(representative of the Sahasrara).


It is said in a year pick up one Mantra, don’t pick up ten Rishis a once.


If one is doing multiple Mantras at one, try to make them for the same Rishi.


But don’t randomly do many Mantras from many random Rishis.




Note: Stotrams reside in the heart and have bult in unlocks but they can’t do as

much as a Mantra. Stotra is a dance between the atman and the paratman.














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