Sunday, 10 April 2016


Chant Everyday…


All Shraddhavan Bhakatas should chant this jap atleast 5 times a day and if possible 108 times per day for the next three weeks.
“AIM” is one of beej mantra from basic astha-beej mantra’s. It transfer our pains into happiness.Another meaning of “AIM” beej is fortune, it gives all types of good fortune to us. 
The meaning:
Navarna Mantra is the bija mantra of all three Divine Mothers, Maha Kali, Maha Lakshmi, and Maha Saraswati. So it embodies all three Mothers. The Mantra is OM AIM HREEM KLEEM CHAMUNDAYE VICHAY . Swamiji provides a beautiful explanation for the mantra.
Aim is comprised of two letters a and i and the anuswara, m. a is the letter of creation and i is the letter of the causal body and m is perfection. Aim is the seed of wisdom. It means that the creation of perfection in the causal body is the wisdom. Aim is Maha Saraswati.
Hrim is everything that can perceived by the senses, conceived in the mind, known through intuition or meditation, and beyond. Hrim is Maha Lakshmi.
Klim is comprised of ka, la, i, and m. Ka means the cause, la means the gross body, manifested existence, i means the causal body, and anuswara m means perfection. So Klim is the cause of the perfect union between the gross body dissolving into the causal body. Klim is Maha Kali.
Cha means to move, Munda means head. So Chamunda is She who moves in the head, meaning the paradigm of reality, all that we know, all that we see.
Yai mean to or unto.
Vic means all that is knowable which is called samvit
Ce mean Chaitanya, consciousness
Thus the mantra means that the three gunas, the three Goddesses are constantly moving in the paradigm of reality giving birth to all that is knowable as perceived by consciousness.
Sadguru Bapu urged to all Shraddhavan bhakatas to keep chanting this mantra whenever and wherever it possible.
Benefits: The worship of Goddess Durga removes the effect of all types of black magic, unfavourable effect of negative planets, Bad luck, health problems, problems due to enemies etc.
Imp Note: This jap has to be chanted without wearing any footwear. If the conditions are so much adverse where it is almost impossible to remove footwear, then one can chant the mantra in the same condition

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