03 June 2017
The Mythological form of Shiva: “Mahesh”
The God of Merger, Destruction and Change
Riddance from Enmity, Dispute, Conspiracy and Poverty
Tantra from Lord Shiva
Lord Shiva has been considered as the eternal beginning and the eternal ending. He has been accorded the supremacy in the Hindu religion. “Mahesh”, the distinctive form of Lord Shiva is made from – Maha + ish words. Maha means the greatest, the best or the highest and the word ish means the God itself. Maha+Ish=Mahesh i.e. Mahadev – Shiva
Mahesh is the Lord Shiva-Shankar from the divine Trinity (Brahma-Vishnu-Mahesh). The Vedas depict Lord Shiva in the Rudra form. The holy scriptures-Shastras portray the Rudra form of Lord Sadashiva in the form of Mahakaal, Tara, Bhuvanesh, Shodash Srividesh, Bheirav, Chinnamastak, Dhumwaan, Baglamukh, Matang, Kamal etc. The Rudra form of Kapali, Pingal, Bhima, Virupaaksha, Vilohit, Shaasta, Ajpaad, Aapirbudhya, Shambhu, Chand and Bhav is cited at many places in the holy literature.
Shiva separated his power from Himself and collaborating with the same power, created an executive personality called Vishnu to administer the creation. Lord Brahma was born from the navel of Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu entrusted the creation work to Lord Brahma and took upon the tasks of preservation Himself. Then Lord Shankar, a divine manifestation of Lord Shiva Himself, took up the responsibilities of destruction. Mahesh is this Shankar form of Lord Shiva.
Lord Shankar is self-created because He originated from a formless form. The Skand Purana while explaining the Trinity clearly states that the forms of Lords Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh originated from the Maheshwar excerpt.
Various forms of Shiva
The scriptures-Shastras describe the Rudra form of Lord Shiva in great detail. He destroys the demons through various incarnations to eradicate the problems of Gods. The Taandav dance form of Lord Shiva is famous everywhere. This Taandav-dance symbolizes destruction. This Taandav-dance is practised at the beginning (Pradosh) of the night-time, and all Gods and Ganas participate in this divine dance.
The angry form of Lord Shiva is the Rudra form, and He attains a furious form to vanquish Gajaasur, Andhakaasur, Tripuraasur, Kamdev etc. The favourite weapons of Lord shiva are Trishul (trident), Khandparshu, Khatwaang etc. and due to this furious form, He is considered not just as Makhaantak, but rather as Antakaantak , i.e. the one to vanquish Yamraaj, the God of death Himself.
Lord Shiva is the divine controller of the Time itself, therefore He is termed as “Mahakaal“. He has supreme capability to get riddance from the Yamraj’s Paash (lance). He saves His devotees from the vagaries of the time. He replaces misfortune with good-luck and converts quick-death to longevity. He is even capable to turn His devotees into immortal – Chiranjeevi. Why to worry about small, minor illnesses, when associated with such supreme Divinity.
He is termed “Mrityunjaya” due to these unique abilities, He is “Amriteshwar” and His divine consort Jagdamba is “Amriteshwari“.
The “Maheshwari Tantra” is a poetry composition of Tantra-prayogs composed by Lord Shiva Himself. Various sages used this divine work to compose multiple texts. Basically Maaheshwari Tantra is related to Uchchatan (Exorcism), Vidweshan (Detestation), Aakarshan (Attraction), Maaran (Termination), Vashikaran (Hypnotism), Mohan (Magnetism), Stambhan (Sublimation) and associated topics. Any Sadhak who practices these prayogs with proper process described in this text certainly accomplishes success.
The elimination of enmity falls under Maaran (Termination) skill. The word Maaran does not mean death, rather the target-recipient of Maaran prayog gets deprived of basic life elements like wealth, intellect, growth, honour etc. Any person lacking these basic elements leads a fate worse than death itself. Lord Shiva has stated about the Maaran prayog that this should never be performed without a specific purpose. The guilty Sadhak himself becomes the target recipient if this practice is performed as an experiment or as a joke. This is basically a defensive Tantra.
The “Maheshwari Tantra” should be practised when one faces a huge potential financial loss, when the enemy forcibly captures the wealth, when one gets trapped in false court-cases, or when the enemies try to harm the reputation and honour. The scriptures recommend to perform a specific Sadhana to terminate a specific obstacle.
Termination of Enemy Problems
All prayog-practices related to this Mahatantra are performed at night after the evening. The Anushthaan (whether of 3 days or 7 days) should definitely be completed, once started, with definite regular Mantra-chants. The Sadhak intensely activates the various Gods – Mahaparvat (Great-Mountain), Mahaagni (Great-Fire), Mahaavayu (Great-Air), Mahaabhumi (Great-Earth) and Mahaakaash (Great-Sky) to obtain desired results in this enemy-termination prayog-practice. These Gods are said to be the treasures-reservoirs of power.
Some special materials are required for this intense Sadhana –
- Maaheshwari Yantra
- Six Chath Devtaa Chakra
- Nine Shakti Peeth Beej
One also requires Flowers, Kumkum, Akshat-rice etc.
This special Sadhana can be done on Monday night. This is a seven day Sadhana practice and the Sadhak should definitely perform Hawan on the 8th day. In this procedure, we should first perform Viniyoga, followed by Nyaasa, leading to worship of Shakti.
Spread a red coloured cloth on a wooden board. You should definitely perform Guru poojan before starting the Sadhana.
Continue to setup the Sadhana materials during the Sadhana, as required. Therefore, the Sadhak should light the Incense and lamp; keep all Sadhana materials with him, and start the Sadhana.
One should first perform Viniyoga, followed by Nyaasa, then Shath Devata worship, followed by Peeth Shakti worship, then Yantra setup worship followed by Mantra chanting of main mantra in a specific number.
Om Asya Mantrasya Brahmaa RishiH AshtiChandaH Mahaaparvat Mahaabdhi Mahaagni Mahaavayu Mahaadharaa Mahaakaash Shat DevataaH Hum Beejam Hreem ShaktiH Mamabhishta Siddhyarthe Jape ViniyogaH ||
Om Brahmaarishaye NamaH Shirasi
Abhishta Chandase NamaH Mukhe
Mahaaparvat Mahaabdhi Mahaagni Mahaavaayu Mahaadharaa Mahaakaashaashta Devataabhyo NamaH Hradi
Hoom Bijaaye NamaH Guhmo
Hreem Shaktye NamaH PaadayoH
Viniyogaaya NamaH Sarwaange
Om Hreem Angushthabhyaam NamaH
Om Hreem Tarjanibhyaam NamaH
Om Hreem Madhyamaabhyaam NamaH
Om Hreem Anaamikaabhyaam NamaH
Om Hreem Kanishthikaabhyaam NamaH
Om Hreem Karatalakarapristhaabhyaam NamaH
Om Hreem Hridayaaya NamaH
Om Hreem Shirase Swaaha
Om Hreem Shikhaayei Vashat
Om Hreem Kavachaaya Hoom
Om Hreem Astraaya Phat
Thereafter make six mounds of Til, and setup the six “Shat Devataa Chakra” on them. Setup meditating on Parvat (mountain) on the first, Samudra (Sea) on the second, Agni (Fire) on the third, Vaayu (Air) on the fourth, Bhumi (Earth) on the fifth and Aakash (Sky) God on the sixth Chakra. Perform worship of each along with deep-darshan. Then worship the “Nine Peeth Shakti”. Make nine mounds of rice in front of these Gods, and setup a Shakti beej on each mound. Setup eight Shaktis in the eight directions, and setup Mangla Shakti in the central mound. These will be setup in the following order –
Om Jayaayei NamaH
Om Vijyaayei NamaH
Om Ajitaayei NamaH
Om Aparajitaayei NamaH
Om Nityaayei NamaH
Om Bilaasinyei NamaH
Om Dagdhyei NamaH
Om Aghoraayei NamaH
Om Mangalaayei NamaH
Now you need to setup the Maaheshwari Yantra in the copper plate. First bathe the Yantra in Ghee, then with Milk, and then with water. Wipe with a clean cloth. Setup on a seat of flowers chanting following Mantra –
“Om Hreem Sarvashakti Padmaasanaaya NamaH”
in the middle of the wooden board. Start the worship considering command from the Gods, pray with following Mantras offering flowers –
Sanvinmayaparo Deva Paraamrtarasapriya |
Ahbishtam Dehi Me Deva Parivaaraarchanaaya Te ||
Thereafter make six marks of sindoor on the Yantra, and make a mark on your forehead also. Then, after worshipping the ten Digpaal – Indra, Agni, Yama, Neirkratya, Varun, Vaayu, Kuber, Ishaan, Brahmaa, Anant and Deva-Astra- Vajra, Shakti, Danda, Khadag, Paash, Ankush, Gadaa, Trishul, Padma and Chakra , you should start the Mantra chanting of the main Mantra.
Shatru Badhaa Nivaaran Mahamantra
|| Om Am Kam Cham Tam Tam Pam Hum Lom Hreem Hoom SaH Hoom Phat Swaaha ||
You should note that 16 thousand Mantra chantings are required to successfully accomplish this Sadhana, and this Mantra chanting should be performed using “Taantrokt Black Hakeek Mala” only. After completion of Mantra chanting, you should offer 267 Ahutis each of following six materials one by one – Dhaanya (grain), Rice, Ghee, Sarson (Mustard), Jou (barley) and Til (Sesame). This results in total 1602 offerings i.e. one tenth of the main Mantra.
Thereafter the Sadhana should be completed by offering food to the Brahmins. Setup the Yantra in your worship-place. Chant some Mantras of the Shatru Badhaa Nivaaran Mantra daily, if possible. Tie the remaining sadhana materials into a red cloth. Drop the Sadhana material tied in the red cloth and the Yantra into a running stream of water after 1.25 months. This Sadhana practice is an extremely intense practice, and the Sadhak definitely obtains success in whatever endeavours he performs the Sadhana for. Lord Shiva is the God of destruction within the Universe, one obtains successes in all endeavours with his blessings.
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