Gayatri Siddh Peeth
Shree Raam - Gayatri Dhaam
Kharesar Dhaam, Kanpur, UP, India
Taken from http://kanfusion.blogspot.in/2012/08/the-seven-vyaahritis.html
Om bhoo, Om bhuvah, Om
swaha, Om Mahah, Om Janah, Om Tapah, Om Satyah - each prefixed by Pranav Om.
and while chanting the seven Vyaahriti we should meditate that each of them is present in our respective body part mentioned above. The seven Vyaahriti have to be pictured in our mind as follows --
They have the respective
colors. - White, black, yellow, copper color, red, blue and golden.
After describing the seven Vyaahriti, the method to pay respects to Gayatri is described. Each Paad of Gayatri is divided into two.. total six.
With these six parts Ang Nyaas is to be done by touching our heart, head, Shikhaa, shoulders, legs and the Dik or directions. Then Shad Ang Nyaas with six Mudraa have to be done.
tatsavitu nama vareс╣Зyaс╣Б
We have to pay
obeisance in our heart with Namah Mudraa for Knowledge with Tatsavituh,
Now let us ponder over the meanings behind these Vyaahriti --
The Pranav, which precedes every Vyaahriti is the combination of Akaar, Ukaar and Makaar and in this combination it represents the tri Viraat Brahmaa, Vishnu and Maheshwar who are the manifestation of the supreme Brahm. The seven Vyaahriti can be defined only in conjunction with the Pranav and it has to be considered that Pranav is the integral part of each Vyaahriti. If we consider each Vyaahriti along with the Pranav --
Om Bhooh.. Bhoo is the
embodiment of Sattwa or the essence of existence and it is one with Brahm
in combination with Pranav.
Om Mahah - this is the Vyaahriti invoked by the great souls seeking emancipation or Moksh form mundane existence (Mahah poojaayam) is also the ultimate Brahm in conjunction with Pranav.
Om Janah.. this
Vyaahriti represents the creation of the entire universe (janee praadurbhaave...)
and in conjunction with Pranav, this also represents Brahm.
So while contemplating on the seven Vyaahriti during Jap and Praanaayaam we have to be conscious that we are invoking into our own beings the supreme Brahm in the shape of Pranav, the Tri Viraat and the seven forms as discussed above
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