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SRIChakraPuja

SRIChakraPuja

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Authored by a senior scientist, this e-book in conversational style is inspired by the queries related to Sri Chakra. The author shares his insights and experiences.
Authored by a senior scientist, this e-book in conversational style is inspired by the queries related to Sri Chakra. The author shares his insights and experiences.

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Published by: Dr.Ramakrishnan Srinivasan on Oct 09, 2010
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In the third enclosure we have the Mudra Shaktis. They represent the
procedures to control the passions above and obtain the powers mentioned in
the first enclosure.

Ksobini means intercourse. Sarva Samksobini means having intercourse with
everyone and everything, or agitating everything; Sarva Vidravini - making
things flow, liquifying all; Sarvakarsini - attracting all; Sarva Vasamkari -
keeping things under your control; Sarva Unmadini - making all crazy; Sarva
Mahankuse
- tricking all and goading into action; Sarva Khecari - able to
move in all space; Sarva Bija - all knowledge; Sarva Yoni - the source, the
womb of all; Sarva Trikanda - all forms and states of awareness, being the
knower, the knowing and the known. The Sarva adjective makes these powers
have a potency when applied to the Shaktis of passion. They enable you to get
over the passions, and they create the ten Siddhis, or attainments.

Then, at the end of each Avarana there is a paragraph which starts with the
mantra for that avarana. These mantras are listed at the beginning of the puja
also. The first avarana mantra is Am Am Souh.

The paragragh translated for the 1st Avarana follows. It will be the same for all
the Avaranas except for the name of the yogini (Prakata Yogini ) and the
chakra (Trailokya Mohana Chakre) and the controller of the chakra (Tripura
Cakresvari)
.

"These explicit yoginis, whose nature is expressly visible, not suppressed;
whose chakra rules and deludes all the three worlds of waking, sleeping,
dreaming ; along with their mudras, hand gestures; along with their
attainments; along with their weapons; along with their powers; along with
their vehicles; along with their retenues of attendents; by all the intimate
services; well-worshipped; well-satified; very happy or pleased; may all these
gods be so.

Again Am Am Souh comes. Tripura Cakresvari is the name of the controller of
this chakra. In the Khadgamala Stotra all the names of Tripura come together at
the end. Here in the Navavarana Puja each of Her names comes at this place at
the end of the avarana. So in the 2nd avarana her name is Tripuresi; in the 3rd
it is Tripurasundari, etc.

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Then you say Sri padukam pujayami tarpayami namah - To your lotus feet I
offer puja and tarpanam (water offering). I also offer gandham - sandal,
puspam - flowers, dhupam - incense, dipam - lights, and naivedyam - food
offerings.

You show the first hand mudra of Sarvasamksobini - Dram. After each
avarana you show one of the ten hand mudras. They go in order from Dram to
Yoni mudras.

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