Yudhrat Ucchist Ganapati Sadhana
गणेश चतुर्थी – 13 सितम्बर 2018
अनन्त चतुर्दशी – 23 सितम्बर 2018
युद्धरत उच्छिष्ट गणपति साधना
Ganesh Chaturthi – 13 September 2018
Anant Chaturdashi – 23 September 2018
The Innate Form of Tantra
Where opposing Tantra gets completely eliminated
General public understands Ganapati as the Foremost-God, God of Peace, Lambodara (Large Stomach), Gajkarna (Elephant Ears), or Prasanaa (Ever Joyful) God. However this same Ganapati is the strongest, extremely brutal, Destroyer of obstacles and is the Leader of Ganas. He demolishes each and every obstacle occurring in the life of the Sadhaks. He immediately assumes infuriated form with His weapons to give battle. Even fierce Parashuram also bows before Him.
Lord Ganapati is worshipped first among all the deities. No auspicious task gets initiated without invoking and praying Ganapati. The nature of the son of Lord Shiva and Mother Gauri is very different from other Gods and Goddesses. Ganapati is the son of Mother Gauri and Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is a Mahayogi and is detached from everything. However Mother Shakti understands the worldly rules. Progeny is the medium to overcome mortality, because the child is a miniature form of the parents, and is able to surpass their lifespan. age. Mother Gauri creates a child from Her cleanser and breathes life into it. She appoints Him as gatekeeper and goes inside to take bath. Lord Shiva arrived at that moment.
The destroyer of obstacles, creates hurdle in the meeting between Lord Shiva and Mother Shakti. Lord Ganapati obeys Mother’s command to prevent anyone from getting in. Vinayak (created without father) was unaware of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva cannot tolerate anyone coming between Him and Mother Shakti, and He cuts off Ganapati’s head. Mother Shakti becomes enraged upon seeing this, and the Ganas of Lord Shiva run towards North direction. They find an elephant there, and installs the head of elephant on the son of Mother Gauri. This child is Ganapati, the leader and head of all Ganas of Lord Shiva.
Goswami Tulsidas has portrayed Ganas of Lord Shiva in following words:
Kou Mukh Heen Bipul Mukh Kaahoo | (Some are without a head, while others have multiple heads)
Binu Pada Kara Kou Bahu Pada Baahu || (Some have no limbs (hands or feet), while others have multiple limbs)
Bipul Nayan Kou Nayan Biheenaa | (Some have many eyes, while others have no eye)
Hastpushta Kou Ati Tan Heena || (Some have very large body, while others have no body)
Even Goddess Parvati’s mother had got frightened upon witnessing the strange wedding procession full of Ganas of Lord Shiva. However, a sweet hypnotic smile plays upon the face of the head leader of these Ganas – Gananayak, Ganapati, Mangalamurti Ganesha. His stomach is extremely large, and symbolizes His prosperity in multiple ways.
Son of Mother Shakti, Ganesha is worshipped on Deepawali along with Mother Lakshmi, Goddess of Wealth and consort of Lord Vishnu. Wealth is linked to accomplishment of every task and any task or action cannot be truly accomplished uninterruptedly in absence of blessings from Lord Ganapati.
Om Namo Vighnaraajaaya
Disturbances, obstacles, interruptions, and dilemmas pollute every kind of auspicious task and causes delays in completion. Ganeshji rides Mushak (mouse), the common mouse which constantly produces mild disturbances in homes and fields. The ride of Lord Ganesha on Mushak symbolizes that invocation of Vighnhartaa shakes our inner conscious, leading us to correctly distinguish between right and wrong decisions.
Basically, disruptions arise due to wrong decisions taken by us in lazy conditions. Sometimes ego is the root cause for these interruptions. A mysterious thought lurks here. Lord Shiva cut off Lord Ganapati’s head because He barred entry of Lord Shiva due to insistence of obeying His Mother’s orders. He ignored the basic fact that Lord Shiva is His Father. Worship of Lord Ganapati turns us towards humility and erodes ego generated disturbances.
Why Lord Ganapati is the Foremost God
All Gods-Goddesses participated in a competition to attain status of becoming foremost God. The goal of competition was to win the race to orbit around the universe three times. A mouse was Ganapati’s vehicle and victory in the competition was doubtful through the mouse. Lord Ganapati rotated around His Parents on Mount Kailash three times. Parents are the entire universe for a child, and, therefore Lord Ganapati became the foremost God.
Moreover if you focus carefully, you will notice that the very form of Lord Ganapati itself is the real form of Pranav (OM). The head of Ganapati is the upper part of “OM”, while stomach constitutes the lower part. “Chandra-Bindu” (diacritic) symbolizes the laddu while the “Maatra” (accent) is represented by the trunk.
Lord Ganapati is unborn, is Ayonija (Gauri’s son born outside of womb), is formless like His Father Lord Shiva, and symbolizes the omnipresent consciousness, which is present in all beings. Lord Ganapati, the Lord (Pati) of the group (Gana) of all these beings, will obviously be the foremost God to be worshipped first.
Ekadanta, Dayavant, Chaarbhujhaadhaari
One tusk of Lord Ganapati is broken. There are many diverse stories in this context. There is a belief that Lord Ganapati fought a battle against Maharishi Parshuram. Sage Parashuram went to Kailash to meet his adorable Lord Shiva, but Lord Ganapati stopped him from entering. The Maharishi became enraged at the interruption in meeting His adorable Lord by the Vighnhartaa, and both fought a big battle. Lord Ganapati was winning that battle, when Sage Parshuram attacked Him with the Parsu (War-axe). Lord Ganapati deliberately let it hit His tusk, because that Parshu was a gift from Lord Shiva.
The entire story of Mahabharata has been written using that fragmented tusk of Lord Ganapati. However if you analyze a bit deeply, you will realize that Sage Parashuram had full faith on the Parsu gifted by Lord Shiva. Lord Ganapati deliberately took the blow on His tusk, to maintain that trust and faith.
Something similar also occurs in our lives and happens repeatedly. Sometimes the intellect starts dominating in life, leading to a wavering of the faith. The essence of Ganapati worship is to re-establish the dominance of faith over the intellect. The faith is beyond any logic, debate or analysis. The simple faith states that Guru will eliminate all obstacles of life. There is no doubt that the intellect is necessary and important. However faith forms the basis of life. The four arms of Lord Ganapati indicates His presence in all four directions. Lord Ganapati is merciful and compassionate, because as Lord of consciousness of all creatures of consciousness, He is sensitive to the weakness of every being. He knows that a person is a manifestation of multiple mistakes and spends his entire life within various illusions. The illusion fascinates and enchants every person, and Lord Vighnhartaa removes his obstacles to enable him to achieve success. Success cannot be achieved in absence of hard-work and labor – “Uddhmena Hi Sidhyanti Kaaryaani Na ManoratheiH” The works started to fulfill various mental desires get completed through the blessings of the Nirvighna Lord Ganapati.
Ganapati and Tantra
Ganapati is the Lord of the Muladhaar Chakra. Mula refers to the origin of all beings. Lord of Muladhar Chakra, Lord Ganapati bestows stable relations and success, whatever is of value within life. Despair turns a happy life into a curse. This despair may originate from sorrows, Black-Magic or someone’s malefic influence. Lord Ganapati has the solution, regardless of the origin.
Lord Ganapati is consciousness .The energy contained in the living beings is Ganapati. His sharp vision identifies and analyzes every opportunity, because His big ears desire to imbibe.
Black-magic performed on any house or person results in all round wretchedness in the life of that person. It turns a millionaire into a gloomy pauper. An atmosphere of tensions, discord, conflict and unrest prevails in the house. It reduces all reputation and status to dust. In today’s era, enemies, friends or neighbors envious of your healthy life can perform black-magic against you. These Tantrik black-magic spells are enough to ruin your life.
You should perform Uchchist Ganapati Sadhana to resolve these problems. This technique can also protect you from Tantra-badhaa black-magic spells.
You should sit facing East or North direction in your worship place after purification through morning bath and other routine tasks. Light incense and lamp. Pour water in the panch-paatra. Place all these articles on a wooden board in front of you, which has been covered with a Red cloth.
It is impossible to achieve success in any Sadhana-worship without divine blessings of Gurudev Nikhil. Therefore, you should first perform complete worship of Gurudev Nikhil. Clean the Gurudev’s photo, Paaduka, Yantra or Statue which you routinely use in your daily worship. Set it up in front of you. Meditate on divine form of Gurudev Nikhil with folded hands –
GuruBrahmaa GururVishnuH Gururdevo MaheshwaraH |
GuruH Saakshaat Par Brahma Tasmeyi Shree Guruve NamaH ||
After Nikhil Dhyaan, bathe Guru Picture / Statue / Yantra / Paduka with pure water –
Om Nikhilam Snaanam Samarpayaami ||
Then wipe with a clean cloth. Perform Panchopchaar poojan with Kumkum (Vermilion), Akshat (Unbroken Rice), Pushpa (Flowers), Neivedh (Fruits-Sweets) and Dhoop-Deep (incense-lamp) through chanting following mantras –
Om Nikhilam Kumkum Samarpayaami |
Om Nikhilam Akshataan Samarpayaami |
Om Nikhilam Pushpam Samarpayaami |
Om Nikhilam Neivedhyam Samarpayaami |
Om Nikhilam Dhoopam Aaghrapayaami, Deepam Darshaayami |
(Show Dhoop, Deep)
Now rotate three Aachmani (spoonful) water around the Guru Picture / Statue / Yantra / Paduka and drop on ground. Then chant one mala (rosary-round) of Guru Mantra with Guru Mala –
Om Param Tatvaaye Narayanaaye Gurubhayo Namah ||
After Guru Poojan, perform Sadhana in the following way –
Draw “Swastik” symbol on a plate using Kumkum or Saffron, set it in front of Guru-picture and establish “Uchchisht Ganapati Yantra” on it.
Pray with folded hands –
Om Gajaananam Bhoota Ganaadhisevitam Kapittha Jamboo Falachaaru Bhakshanam |
Umaasootam Shokvinaashakaarakamanamaami Vighneshvar Paada Pankajam ||
Thereafter perform worship chanting following Mantras-
Om Gam Mangalamoortaye NamaH Snaanam Samarpayaami |
Om Gam Ekadantaaya NamaH Tilakam Samarpayaami |
Om Gam Sumukhaaya NamaH Akshataan Samarpayaami |
Om Gam Lambodaraaya NamaH Dhoopam Deepam Aaghrapayaami, Darshaayami |
Om Gam Vighnanaashaaya NamaH Pushpam Samarpayaami |
Thereafter offer Akshat and Kumukm chanting following Mantras –
Om Lam Namaste NamaH |
Om Twameva Tatwamasi |
Om Twameva Kevalam Kartaasi |
Om Twameva Kevalam Bhartaasi |
Om Twameva Kevalam Hartaasi |
Offer one Aachmani water on Yantra chanting “Om Ganaadhipataye NamaH“. After Ganapati worship, chant 5 malas of following Mantra with “Moonga Mala“-
||Om Gam Hoom Tantrabaadhaa Nivaranaaya Shree Ganeshaaya Swahaa ||
Sadhaks desirous of setting up Ganapati statue at their home, should first setup Ganapati Yantra and then setup Ganapati statue upon the Ganapati Yantra. They should immerse both Statue and Yantra into running water according to the sankalp (resolution) during worship.
Praana Pratishthaa Ganapati Yantra : Rs. 310
Praana Pratishthaa Moonga Mala : Rs. 150