Mahavatar Babaji Mantra-Kriya Yoga
Mahavatar Babaji is said to be a ‘deathless’ guru, who has maintained a youthful form like millennial as Mahavatar Babaji is the renowned immortal yogi from the Himalayas who manifested Himself 5000 years ago. He is still on Earth, choosing to remain in a physical body until everyone on Earth has attained the Divine.
He is Known as the Father of all Kriya Yoga traditions, through generations of Masters He has shared a variety of Kriya Yoga meditation techniques with the world to help practitioners realize themselves (Self-realisation) and God (God-realisation).
The Babaji, born in the second century, was basically from Tamil Nadus Cuddalore, who during later years moved to Rishikesh. Cuddalore has a house that is claimed to be of Babaji or Nagarajan as named by his parents. Reports also claim that last time he was seen in the Himalaya was during 1861-65.
It is believed that Babaji lived in a cave, which is almost an hour away from Dunagiri in Kumaons Almora district.Autobiography of a Yogi has published a photograph of Mahavatar Babaji and this cave.
|| Shri Ganesha Mantra ||
“OM Shri Maha Ganadhipataye Namah:”
||Lord Shri Vishnu Mantra ||
“Shuklambaradharam Vishnum Shashi-varnam Chaturbhujam
Prasanna-vadanam Dhyayet Sarva Vighnopa-shantaye”
|| Kriya Babaji Maha-Mantra ||
OM Kriya Babaji Namah Aum
OM Namah Shivaya
Triyambakam Yajamahe Sugandhim Pushti Vardhanam
OM Hroum Jhum Sah:
Rohini Nakshatre Param Rashou Jaatanam
Mahavatar Maha-Siddha Mahadev
Param Guru Shri Kriya Babaji Nagaraj Shubh-Yoginam
Duritani Nashaya Nashaya
Sarva Roga Nashaya Nashaya
Mrityor Mochaya Mochaya
Aayur-Aarogyam Vardhaya Vardhaya
Sah: Jhum Hroum
(Repeat 3 times this entire “Kriya Babaji Maha-Mantra”)
Meanings of Above Mantras :
Lord Ganesha Mantra : Our salutations to Shri Ganesha, who is the Lord of Wisdom.
Lord Vishnu Mantra : We meditate upon the “White Light” Form of Omnipresent Lord Vishnu as – He is pleased with us & we pray Him to remove all obstacles on the path of our Spiritual Progress.
Kriya Babaji Maha-Mantra: This is the great death conqueror Mantra.
The word meanings are as follows :
Our Salutations to the great Kriya Yoga Master Babaji.
Our Salutations to the great conqueror of death Lord Shiva.
Dhayanam Prayer to the Lord:
Triyambakam : O Lord with powerful Third Eye ( Triyambakam – The Name of Lord Shiva & Babaji also).
Yajamahe Sugandhim Pushti Vardhanam: I worship you with fragrances & nourishing milk-sweets.
OM Hroum Jhum Sah: :-Seed Mantras of powerful death conqueror Mantra / Life force Seed Mantras.
Rohini Nakshatre Param Rashou Jaatanam : Babaji’s birth star is “Rohini Nakshatra” of moon sign Taurus – which is the same star under which Lord Shri Krishna was born.
Mahavatar : Great Incarnation of God.
Maha-Siddha : Great perfected Master.
Mahadev : Great Immortal Divine being like Lord Shiva.
Param Guru Shri Kriya Babaji : Supreme Master of Kriya yoga.
Nagaraj : Great Master of Kriya Kundalini Yoga of raising the Serpent power to higher levels of consciousness.
Shubha-Yoginam : A pious Yoga practitioner.
Duritani Nashaya : Please remove all troubles.
Sarva Roga Nashaya : Please remove all diseases.
Mrityor Mochaya : Please dispel the darkness & fear of death.
Aayur Aarogyam Vardhaya : Please bestow good health & long life.
Sah: Jhum Hroum : Again seed Mantras of great death conqueror mantra / Life force Seed Mantras.
Please liberate me from the bondages of this sorrowful material world of Birth & Death repeated cycles – as easily as – a ripe fruit detaches easily from the branch….but please do not detach me from you my Immortal Lord
Swaha : Offering of the prayer mantras to the Lord.
|| 18 Siddha Masters Mantras ||
(Our Salutations to the Great Siddha Masters)
OM Sharavan Bhavaya Namah OM
1. OM Agastiya Siddharaya Namah:
2. OM Boganath Siddharaya Namah:
3. OM Pulipani Siddharaya Namah:
4. OM Thirumoolar Siddaraya Namah:
5. OM Idaikadar Siddharaya Namah: OM
6. OM Ramadeva Siddaraya Namah:
7. OM Kamalamuni Siddharaya Namah:
8. OM Karuvoorar Siddharaya Namah:
9. OM Kudambai Siddharaya Namah:
10. OM Konkanavar Siddharaya Namah: OM
11. OM Gorak Siddharaya Namah:
12. OM Sattamuni Siddharaya Namah:
13. OM Sundarananda Siddharaya Namah: OM
14. OM Dhanvanthari Siddharaya Namah:
15. OM Nandi Devar Siddharaya Namah:
16. OM Patanjali Siddharaya Namah;
17. OM Paambatti Siddharaya Namah:
18. OM Macchamuni Siddharaya Namah: OM
Mahavatar Babaji Mantra:
|| OM Shri Mahavatar Babaji Namah OM ||
|| OM Shrim Shrim Kloum Klam Shri Mahavatar Babaji
Vara-Varad Sarva Janam Me – Vash Maanaya SWAHA: ||
Mahavatar Babaji Gayatri Mantra:
Om maha avataraya vidhmahe
himachalaya vasaya dheemahi
Thanno Babaji Prachodayath
Om maha avataraya vidhmahe
Sadguru devaya dheemahi
Thanno Babaji Prachodayath
Throughout history, Mahavatar Babaji has chosen select Kriya Masters to share different Kriya Yoga practices and teachings with the world. Mahavatar Babaji works with each Master to choose the techniques and focus best suited for that particular time in history. For generations, these techniques have been faithfully and exclusively passed on from Master to teacher to student through a Kriya Yoga Lineage formalised by a Shaktipat Initiation.
Most asked FAQs:
Best time to chant Mantra:
Mantra can be chant anytime.3-5 Best time.
Who can chant this Mantra:
Anyone can chant
Where to chant this Mantra:
How to worship:
you can use the either the photo or satue of mahavatar Babaji.
Best day to Initiate Mahavatar Babji Mantra:
the best day Initiate Mahavatar Babji Mantra on Thursday.
Best day to Chant Mahavatar Babji Mantra:
You can chant this Mantra on daily basis ,if your not able to chant on daily basis chant on Thursday.
Who met Mahavatar Babaji?
Mahavatar Babaji in 1861, met Lahiri Mahasaya who was posted to Ranikhet in his work as an accountant for the British government. One day while walking in the hills of Dunagiri above Ranikhet, he heard a voice calling his name.Following the voice up the mountain he met a tall divinly radiant sadhu .He was amazed to find that the sadhu knew his name.The sadhu was Mahavtar babji.
How many times we should chant Mantra:
we should chant Minium 11 times.It can also chant one mala or 1008 times.
What is Kriya yoga:
Kriya Yoga is a meditation technique that quickly accelerates one’s spiritual growth.
It was first made widely known by Paramhansa Yogananda in his Autobiography of a Yogi. According to Yogananda, Kriya is the most effective technique available to mankind today for reaching the goal of Yoga: union with the Divine.
Kriya is a technique of energy control, or pranayama. It is also a comprehensive spiritual path, which includes additional meditation practices, right living, and a link to the enlightened Masters mentioned in Autobiography of a Yogi.
Yogananda Maharshi Autobiography Book:
Yogananda writes in his autobiography that he took Kriya Yoga to the West after Mahavatar Babaji appeared to him as a person and ordered for it.
Kriya Yoga is the union (Yoga) with the Infinite through a certain act or rite (Kriya). According to Yogananda, Kriya Yoga was a simple, psychophysiological method by which human blood was decarbonated and reached with oxygen, which resulted into atoms with extra oxygen that were transmuted into life current to rejuvenate the brain and spinal centres.
The book tells that Kriya Yoga is referred to in the Bhagwat Gita and Patanjali, and had been there before the onset of the modern age. It was later recovered by his guru Lahiri Mahasya, who was trained by Mahavatar Babaji for it.
Yogananda says that a Yogi or a practitioner, who practices Kriya Yoga gradually gets freed from Karma, the cause-and-effect principle or as Yogananda says, the lawful chain of cause-effect equilibriums.
The book tells that Kriya Yoga is not just a meditational technique, but a key to a fulfilling spiritual life-controlling the mind through the life force is the most effective and scientific approach to the Infinite.
The Technique Of Kriya Yoga is:
Kriya Yoga is so effective because it works directly with the source of growth the spiritual energy deep in our spines. The Kriya technique is much more direct. It helps the practitioner to control the life force by mentally drawing it up and down the spine, with awareness and will. According to Yogananda, one Kriya, which takes about a half-minute, is equivalent to one year of natural spiritual growth.
The technique itself is taught through initiation. As Yogananda said in his autobiography, “Because of certain ancient yogic injunctions, I cannot give a full explanation of Kriya Yoga in the pages of a book intended for the general public. The actual technique must be learned from a Kriyaban or Kriya Yogi; here a broad reference must suffice.”
You can learn more about the technique by reading “The Science of Kriya Yoga” in Autobiography of a Yogi.
“Practice Kriya night and day. It is the greatest key to salvation. Other people go by books and lesser practices, but it will take them incarnations to reach God.” – Paramhansa Yogananda
The Kriya yoga system consists of a number of levels of pranayama, mantra, and mudra based on techniques intended to rapidly accelerate spiritual development and engender a profound state of tranquility and God-communion.
Yogananda attributes his description of Kriya Yoga to his lineage of gurus, Sri Yukteswar Giri, Lahiri Mahasaya, and Mahavatar Babaji. The latter is reported to have introduced the concept as essentially identical to the Raja Yoga of Patanjali and the concept of Yoga as described in the Bhagavad Gita.
Benefits of Kriya Yoga:
Kriya Yoga, as taught by Lahiri Mahasaya, is traditionally exclusively learned via the Guru-disciple relationship and the initiation consists of a secret ceremony.He recounted that after his initiation into Kriya Yoga, “Babaji instructed me in the ancient rigid rules which govern the transmission of the yogic art from Guru to disciple.”
As Yogananda describes Kriya Yoga, “The Kriya Yogi mentally directs his life energy to revolve, upward and downward, around the six spinal centers (medullary, cervical, dorsal, lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal plexuses) which correspond to the twelve astral signs of the zodiac, the symbolic Cosmic Man. One half-minute of revolution of energy around the sensitive spinal cord of man effects subtle progress in his evolution; that half-minute of Kriya equals one year of natural spiritual unfoldment.”
The process of performing Kriya Yoga is claimed to lead to a certain purification of the blood which frees up the life force to withdraw into the spine. “Kriya Yoga is a simple, psycho-physiological method by which the human blood is decarbonized and recharged with oxygen. The atoms of this extra oxygen are transmuted into life current to rejuvenate the brain and spinal centers. By stopping the accumulation of venous blood, the yogi is able to lessen or prevent the decay of tissues; the advanced yogi transmutes his cells into pure energy. Elijah, Jesus, Kabir and other prophets were past masters in the use of Kriya or a similar technique, by which they caused their bodies to materialize and dematerialize at will.”
Swami Satyananda wrote “Kriya sadhana may be thought of as the sadhana of the ‘practice of being in Atman'”.
The Origin of Kriya Yoga:
Kriya Yoga is an ancient technique that was hidden in secrecy for many centuries. It was revived in 1861, when the great yogi Mahavatar Babaji taught the technique to his disciple Lahiri Mahasaya during their meeting in the Himalayas
“Kriya Yoga is an instrument through which human evolution can be quickened. The ancient yogis discovered that the secret of cosmic consciousness is intimately linked with breath mastery. This is India’s unique and deathless contribution to the world’s treasury of knowledge.” —Swami Sri Yukteswar, quoted in Autobiography of a Yogi
Paramhansa Yogananda taught Kriya Yoga as a spiritual path that includes three other techniques, along with discipleship to the Kriya line of Masters namely Christ, Babaji, Lahiri Mahasaya, Sri Yukteswar, and Paramhansa Yogananda.
“The Kriya technique will bring you to the source of inspiration and will give you answers, clear the brain and stimulate it, strengthen the medulla, and open the spiritual eye, as well as greatly magnetize the body.” – Paramhansa Yogananda
Book for Reference:
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