Sri Rudram - The Rejuvinating Energy (Meaning, Lyrics and free mp3 audio download) Explained by Paramahamsa Nithyananda
Mantra Chanting is a powerful yet simple Technique to Connect with the divine energy.Specifically vedic chants that are phonetically powerful. Produce a healing effect at the physical and Mental Levels. The Powerful yet benign form of Rudra is the energy that is connected with in the rudramchants found in yajur veda. This book with the lucid explanation by Paramahamsa Nithyananda on the rudram will make the reader connect deeply with the divine energy helping him in his inner growth as well as outer growth as a natural consequence.
This is a set of 107 verses delivered by Bhishma to Yudhishtra - grandfather to grandson - in the great warfield of the grand Hindu epic, the Mahabharata. In response to Yudhishtra's question as to how one can attain lasting happinesss with freedom from bondage, Bhishma delivers these chants. They describe Lord Vishnu through 1000 names, each depicting a powerful attribute of Him.
This is one of the most ancient treatises and meditation manuals for enlightenment. Its verses contain 112 techniques of meditation delivered by Lord Shiva to His consort Devi, through a dialogue.
Devi asks questions regarding the real nature of Shiva, about the fundamental nature of the Universe and how one can go beyond space and time to understand the Truth. Shiva replies not with answers but with techniques to put Devi directly into the Experience itself.
With its origins in the Skanda Purana, this chant is an offering of 1000 names to Lord Subramanya (more popularly known as Lord Muruga). Lord Subramanya, the second son of Lord Shiva, incarnated to destroy evil and save humanity. He is said to reside in the hearts of devotees. Portrayed as a young and handsome lad, He radiates wisdom and love to all.
This set of 320 verses occurs in the Brahmanda Purana - the last of the 18 Puranas (ancient Hindu epics) delivered by Sri Veda Vyasa. It expounds through 1000 unique names, the various attributes of Lalitha Devi, the Goddess of bliss. It is a dialogue between Hayagriva, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu and the great sage Agastya. Upon request from Agastya, Hayagriva delivered the same. This chant creates vibrations that invigorates the nerves and awakens the subtle energies in a person. It radiates healing energy to the body, mind and spirit.
A set of verses from the Brahma Purana, this chant glorifies Goddess Lakshmi through 1000 names attributed to Her. Lakshmi stands for beauty and grace and prosperity in the outer and inner worlds. Existence exudes bountifulness and Lakshmi represents this bountifulness. By glorifying Her, our perception widens and we will feel abundance within and without.