Sanyaas Panch Ratna
Resolution accomplishment DaySanyaas Siddhi DiwasAashaadh Krishna Dwitiya June 4, 2015
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Wear them, Perform Sadhana
Sanyaas Siddhi Panchratna
Consecrated with Sage Parashar Mantras
The simplest meaning of Sanyaas is – “Sa” + “Nyaas” i.e Becoming Free with Work
You have to become a Sanyaasi (Monk) and you have to become an action-filled monk. When you become a saint with actions, then you can certainly become free not just once, but each and every moment, you may savor joy of independence at each moment. Not just once, but a new joy of eternal salvation each moment; but it is necessary to progress on the path of recluse. Monkhood does not mean running away from your life. Similarly a family-life does not mean immersion in life, forgetting everything else. A normal householder can also become a monk and lead his life with ascetic expressions. One should not immerse completely into luxury or indulgence.
A saint is one, who has been liberated, who is full of joy, therefore actual monkhood is the attainment of immorality, certainty and bravery.
– Gurudev Nand Kishore Shrimaliji
When we have attained life, we have also started to experience many coincidences. Every coincidence becomes the basis of a new task. But which is the task, which an individual can perform independently. When a person starts living with a balanced perspective, starts self-learning and conversing with self, and start getting feeling of the whole; then the person becomes liberated, and only such a person can become a saint. The sainthood is state to analyze the inner self, it is the philosophy to understand our past experiences and refine them. Freedom from the eternal cycle of life does not mean running away from life. Sainthood is performing actions with a deep sense of duty and responsibility.
Thousands of years ago, Maharishi Parashar enunciated ten rules for the sainthood, saint and life. These rules should be practiced and a person following these rules, can enjoy the joy of life becoming a saint. He may live in a small village or a large city, he may be a businessman or a professional, he may be a male or female; all of these don’t cause any difference. Therefore Sage Parashar states that each person can become a saint, he does not need to run away from the life.
The characteristic of a saint is that he can protect himself from the discord of domestic life, while living a family life; one who is continuously progressing in Sadhanas, and the one who has a strong inner desire to achieve success in Sadhana in life – to attain Perfection in Gold Alchemy, Chemical Science, Ayurveda Science or in any area with complete success.
We often tend to have desires and wishes, but all of them are not resolutions. When our desires get combined with a strong willpower to accomplish, then it becomes a resolution. The resolution outlines the plan to ensure success in the task.
Whenever we desire something, or make a wish, it is just a mere thought but when we complement it with our entire energy, strong determination and combine dedication for achievement of that wish or desire; then an incomparable drive flows through our inner self . We achieve capability to fulfil the desires and accomplish the pledge through this divine energy.
“ Tasme ManaH Shiv Sankap Mastu” i.e Insurpassable Power is obtained by connecting power of mind with resolution and maintaining full dedication and commitment.
The practice of Resolution is the ritual in with the Sadhak engages in fulfilling his responsibilities towards Anusthaan actions with a deep sense of loyalty, determination and self-respect.
What is Sanyaas Sankalp Diwas?
The Sanyaashram is the fourth quadrant of the Varnashrama system, in which the person becomes fully recluse after completing his worldly obligations; however Pujya Gurudeva has always emphasized on Grihasth-Sanyaas i.e living a eremite existence with full love within the family and the day such a thought enters the conscience of a person; that day becomes the “Sanyaas Diwas” for him… The scriptures state that the Sadhak or the disciple should endeavor to meet, reach divine Guru-feet, sit at his feet with full devotion and make a resolution to accomplish a Sadhana or achieve success in a particular sphere within next year. He should take an oath in presence of Gurudev to dedicate the next year to His feet, should have desire and aspiration to achieve success in a particular field, and he should also try to obtain guidance and confidential information from Gurudev.
Guru always endeavors to grant all knowledge and information to each disciple, he keeps on evaluating the progress of maturity and affection in the disciple. The more dedicated he is towards Gurudev, the more absorbed he is into Guru-Sadhana, the quicker will Gurudeva endeavor to grant him knowledge; all the efforts and exertions in this process should be from the disciple.
… And if it is not possible to reach the gate of Gurudev, or if circumstances forbid him from travelling or to meet Gurudev personally; then he should sit wearing pure robes in front of Guru-picture and accomplish complete Guru poojan; and take a determined pledge with water in hand that – I will devote this entire year to achieve completeness in the particular Sadhana and will achieve complete success in the particular field whilest staying at the holy feet of revered Gurudev.
When he makes such a firm determination, then he gets visible-invisible blessings from the superior Yogis, Sanyasis and even his beloved Gurudev; which enables him to certainly achieve success in his field.
What is life which is spent in anonymity, what is the purpose of a life in which you cannot perform welfare of millions of people; a life cannot be called life if we cannot achieve fame in the entire nation, cannot become unique and superior in the life and cannot achieve complete success in the Sadhana.
This Day is “Dhrid Sankalp Diwas” (Sanyas Siddhi Diwas) or Absolute-Determination Day, a day of firm-attentive resolution, a day to do introspection and meditation of mind. This day bears witness to the fact, that what all I have attained until now and what remains to be achieved, what was the purpose of life spent until now, and what all tasks, and Sadhanas are required to be accomplished by me in the next year to obtain perfection and totality in life. If a disciple performs such a spiritual analytical introspection firmly, then this special day becomes a transformational fateful day for him,
Sanyaas Siddh Panchratna
The saints and monks use Panchratnas to obtain success in life or Sadhanas, and therefore, they enjoy longevity, their bodies are healthy, handsome and vigorous, and thousands of devotees and people bow at his feet, and so they become a unique magnificent personality.
A domestic family-Sadhak can also perform Panchratnas, and he can achieve success, perfection and excellence in all spheres of his life.
These Panchratnas are self consecrated and sanctified, and you do not need to perform any Prayog or Mantra-jap on them. It is enough to wear them… and it is not mandatory to wear them on Sanyas Diwas or any significant day.
This is the basic platform of Sanyas, when you adorn these divine ornaments dedicating yourself into Gurudev’s holy feet.
- Siddh Kankan Ring
This is a significant ring-shaped Kankan which the monks wear in their finger, and they obtain success in all spheres of life through this. As a matter of fact, the words difficult or impossible do not exist in their dictionary. From ancient time, the monks and saints have been advised to wear Siddh Kankan, so that they remain confident and fearless, they can progress forward in their lives and achieve success.
It is created by grinding tin, lead, zinc, magnet, or any of the Siddh metals; creating a pisti after filtering with a fine fabric filter; tempering well after mixing in the milk of Gular; and when this becomes ductile into wires, then it should be smoothened and stiffened by burning in hot fire; and the ring made of this red-hot wires should be immersed in activated mercury; such a consecrated ring is called “Siddh Kankan” in ancient scriptures. It is unique and rare; and is mandatory for a monk to wear, and is similarly important for each Sadhak.
You may wear this Kankan in your finger on any auspicious day, so that you may achieve success in Sadhana practices; such a Kankan always remain in contact with the body continuously transferring an electric current, the body becomes disease-free, handsome, beautiful, charming and attractive. If worn continuously with full dedication, then he keeps getting success in all his endeavors. In a way, this is a very important and significant Kankan for Sadhana and Siddhis.
The tantric scriptures state that if a householder loves his life, adores his body; then this Kankan should be similarly beloved as it makes him capable to achieve success and siddhis in each endeavor.
Cost – Rs. 450 / –
- Siddh Jal Kara Bracelet
In reality it is called “Yogi Kara” or “Sanyasi Kara”. Gorakhnath has termed it as Jal-Kara or Jal-mudra. The monks wear it on the wrist of their hand.
This bracelet has been considered highly fortunate for the ascetics or householders. They conceal such a kara in the seven layers of their heart, some yogis also carry it in their hands.
The Maaran, Mohan or Vashikararn actions do not impact wearer of such a kara. He becomes fearless and secure. If a householder adorns this kara, then he is completely protected from black-magic attacks. The ghosts or vampires also cannot trouble him. Wherever he goes, he remains completely protected from any vile act of his foes. The enemies keep getting vanquished automatically and they can neither dominate him nor harm his body. Such a person does not face any hindrance or obstacle.
To create this kara, three metals are mixed together and a coating of activated mercury is applied; and then it is fixed with jal-mudra as it is very difficult to coat a layer of mercury on a metal. After such a water-fastening, it is heated in hot flame at high temperature to compile it. Any single mistake during the creation ruins the entire chemical balance and that kara becomes worthless. This entire process is very complex and manufacture of such a kara is very expensive. Even after all these exertions, if one manages to create proper kara, it should be considered as a good fortune.
Saints wear this kara or keep it in their bag. The householders can either wear it or keep it secure. In fact, such a Jal-Kara is very fortunate and magnificent.
Cost – Rs. 600 / –
- Siddh Vajradand
An extremely rare chemical is utilized in this amulet shaped article, and every monk wears it round his neck. Some of the recent Yogis have also termed it as Ganda. The monk acquires many siddhis automatically through this. When a sadhak performs a little amount of Sadhana after adorning this, he certainly obtains quick accomplishment.
It has been experienced that Vajradand provides complete security to the Sadhak, hundreds of enemies combined cannot cause him any harm, and the foes remain vanquished in all fields. Moreover a special feature of this Vajradand is that some siddhis get automatically accomplished. Controlling ghosts or demons, or quelling ghosts, getting desired tasks done by them, accomplishing powerful and strong Sadhanas, controlling yoginis to obtain desired money, etc. Sadhanas can be easily accomplished with a little effort.
The saint is able to complete many wishes of his devotees through this vajradand, and he is considered as a Siddh. To construct such a vajradand, a round pill is created by mixing nivdag and thuhar; and it is then ground in milk of ashwatattha, into the form of Vajradand. Then it is filled in an amulet and worn. This entire process is very costly, such a vajradand can be adorned by any man or woman. Anyone who desires success in their life, should surely wear such a vajradand.
Cost- – Rs. 450 / –
- Vishwabedhi Sudand
The ascetics called it by the same name and it is ring-shaped, but Guru Gorakhnath has stated that those who wish to conquer the whole world, those who wish to rule over the whole world, should wear this Vishwabedhi Sudand.
It has a rare attribute to captivate and hypnotize. The Superior saints wear it on their finger. Its specialty is that any man or woman who notices this ring, automatically gets hypnotized; or whoever touches this ring, gets hypnotized, and keeps following the orders of the ascetic or the ring-wearer.
As a matter of fact, it is a sammohan or vashinkaran mudrika (ring). To construct this, mercury is confined within milk of bad, and the metal is activated within it, and then it is given a shape of ring by passing it though fire. Such a ring gets Siddh and it gains amazing quality to hypnotize or captivate others.
Such a Sadhak never encounters failure in his life, and he gains power to hypnotize the entire world. A Sadhak can prepare such a ring himself or wear one by obtaining from somewhere else, to obtain full success in life.
Cost – Rs. 450 /-
- Samudra Siddh Kayakalp Kankan
It is also known as “Gorakh Kankan”, some sea water is heated in a vessel, and honey is gradually added to it. When it melts into wax, then after accomplishing mercury process, the wax is wrapped on a tri-metal and cooked for 24 hours in sea-water, then such a Kayakalp Kankan is created.
Wearing of this, causes changes in the whole body , and if the saint or monk suffers from any illness, that illness certainly gets cured.
The scriptures state that this Kankan has incredible power to cure diseases; if this Kankan is kept in clean water overnight, and given to the sick person to drink, then his illness gradually starts getting cured.
There is no confusion that the sickness of this Kankan-wearer gets cured, his old-age also gets reversed; thick black hairs start appearing on head, the eye-sight improves and the personality which gets developed with increased vigor is the one, which others can only envy.
Thus gradually the entire body undergoes a transformation. Certainly this is a rare and Siddh “Kayakalp Kankan”. The householder Sadhaks or ascetics wear this, which transforms their body into an incredible magnetic personality.
The Sanyasi Panchratnas are detailed above. The sages are able to obtain respect, fame, distinction and perfection through these five rare articles. These can be adorned without performing any worship.
Cost – Rs. 450/-