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Raktheswari Sadhana

Dear all, there are various mantranthara or variants to Kali Ma. But to outline them is like representations of the same sadhana with a little variation. Those who are interested can pursue it finding the suitable guru. But for all sadhanas to be successful, the lord of tantra and aghora, lord shiva is the root and should be remembered.

Now let me outline the raktheswari sadhana.

Astra: sleem pashu hum phat

Moola mantra: Aim hreem raktheswaryaee nama:

Anga:

  1. Aim hraam hridayaya nama:
  2. Aim hreem sirase swaha
  3. Aim hroom shikhaye vashal
  4. Aim hraim kavachaaya hum
  5. Aim hraum nethratrayaya vaushat
  6. Aim hra: astraaya phat

Chanda : isha rishi: gayatri chanda: raktheswari devata: Dhyana : (omitted)

Peeta shakthi , peeta samishti , peeta pooja as per kali sadhana

Moorti kalpana : peeta shakthi and moola and raktheswari moorthayae nama:

Upchara : rudrasuthaayae vidhmahe khadgahasthayae dheemahi tanno raktheswari prachodayaal

Avahana : as per bhadrakali sadhana

Ayudha nyasa :

  1. karawaalaya nama:
  2. rakthapoornachashakaaya nama:

Bhushana sadhana :

  1. kireedaya nama:
  2. ardhachandraaya nama:
  3. kundalabhyaam nama:
  4. rakthamaalaayae nama:
  5. rakthaamshukaaya nama:
  6. rakthamayasarwabhooshanaebhyo nama:

Upahara : paadyamidam , arkhyamidam , aachamaneeyamidam

Moorti pooja : pranavathrya, upachara , moola thraya , moolakshara , anga, ayudha , bhushana , vashinyaadyashtashakthi , angaavarana , asithangabhairavaadi (16) , indradi , vajraadi along with “prom sheshikaaye nama:” ; the nirmalyadhaari do pooja from beginning to end with water.

Dwasta – naivedya and remaining all as per the bhadrakaali sadhana.

|| iti raktheswari sadhana samamptam ||


Raktachamundi Sadhana

Dear all, let me outline the raktachamundi sadhana.

Astra : sleem pashu hum phat

Moola : Om hreem rakthachamundyaee nama:

Anga : as per bhuvaneshwari sadhana.

Chanda : esha rishi:, pankti chanda:, raktachamundi devata: Dhayana sloka : omitted on purpose.

Peeta shakthi , peeta samishti , peeta pooja as per Bhadrakali sadhana Moorti kalpana : peeta shakti moola rakthachamundeemoorthayae nama:

Upachara : rudrasuthaayae vidhmahe shoolahastaayae dhimahi tannschamundi prachodayaal Aavahan : as per bhadrakali sadhana.

Ayudha nyasa :

  1. trishulaaya nama:
  2. parashavae nama:
  3. paashaaya nama:
  4. angushaaya nama:

Bhushana nyasa :

  1. kireedaaya nama:
  2. ardhachandraaya nama:
  3. tharalakundalaabhyaam nama:
  4. angadaadi sarvabhushanaebhyo nama:

Upahara : paadyamidam, arkhyamidam, aachamaneeyamidam

Moorti pooja: pranavatraya, upachara, moolatraya, moolakshara, anga, ayudha, bhushana , angavarana, after this Am asithangabhairavaadi (16) indradi, vajraadi, prom sheshikaayae nama:, the nirmalyadhari, do from beginning to end pooja with water.

Dwastas to naivedya and all else as per bhadrakali sadhana.

|| iti raktachamundi sadhana samaptam ||


Raktachamundi Siddhi

Dear all, now let me outline how the perfection for the Raktachamundi sadhana.

The moola mantra is to be chanted 8 lakh times and perform homa as mentioned. for the pooja do a naivedya of ghee payasa and rice cake and for prasanna pooja perform a guruthi tharpana. This will give the siddhi.

Those who are affected by a suksha ethereal attack, please make them do vibhoothi snana, the dathwaakarshana, and a small sacrificial ritual (all these to be learned from a competent guru). Depends on the cogency and power of the ethereal possession, Perform a bali or homa or both. The person will be relieved of the attack.


Prathyangira Sadhana

Dear all, now let me outline the most celebrated prathyangira sadhana. It’s a humble request even not to use the moolamantra I am mentioning here.

Astra : sleem pashu hum phat

Moola : Om hreem yaam kalpayanthi noraya: krooraam kruthyaam vadhoomiva hraam brahmanaa apanirnnudma : prathyakkarthaaramruchathu hreem nama:

Anga :

  1. hraam yangalpayanthi noraya: hridayaya nama:
  2. krooraam kruthyaam sirase swaha
  3. vadhoomiva shikhyae vashal
  4. hraam brahmanaa kavachaaya hum
  5. apanirnnudma: nethratryaaya vaushat
  6. prathyakkarthaaramruchathu hreem nama: astraaya phat

Chanda : brahma rishi : (some says angira rishi: ) anushtup chanda: prathyangira devata:

Dhyana shloka :

“aashaambara muktakachaa khanachaavi : dheyaa sacharmaasikaraahibhushanaa damshtraugravakthra grasithaahithaanwayaa prathyangiraa shankarathaejasaerithaa.”

Peeta shakthi, peeta samishti, peeta pooja as per annapoorneshwari sadhana Moorthi kalpana – peeta shakthi moola and prathyangiraa moorthayae nama:

Upachara – ugravakthraaya vidhmahae khadgahastaayae dheemahi tanna: prathyangiraa prachodayaal. (Please do not meditate on this gayatri variant)

Aavahana – as per annapoorneshwari sadhana

Ayudha nyasa:

  1. khadgaaya nama:
  2. charmaaya nama:

Bhushana nyasa:

  1. mukthachaayae nama:
  2. aashambarayaa nama:

Upahara : padyamidam , arkhyamidam , aachamaniyamidam Moorthi pooja – (omitted on purpose)

Dwastas – naivedaya and remaining as per annapoorneshwari sadhana.

||iti prathyangira sadhana samaptham||


Ugra Prathinkara Sadhana

Dear all, let me outline you the Ugra Prathinkara sadhana which is also called Krityaadyachhadanakari before moving into the perfection.

Astra : sleem pashu hum phat

Moola : hreem kshipram krutyae nivarthaswa karthrurevanruhaal prathi hreem pashumchaiivaasya naashaya puthraamchaiiva nibarhaya hum phal hreem nama:

Anga :

  1. hreem kshipram hridayaaya nama:
  2. nivarthaswa sirasae swaha
  3. karthrurevagruhaan prathishikhaae vashal
  4. hreem pashumchaiiva nashaya kavachaya hum
  5. puthraamchaiiva nibarhaya nethratrayaya vaushat
  6. hum phat hreem nama: astraaya phat

Chanda : angiraa: rishi:, anustupchanda :, kryaanaashini prathinkara devatha Dhayana shloka : omitted on purpose

Peeta shakthi, peeta samishti, peeta pooja as per prathinkara sadhana

Moorthi kalpana : peeta shakti, moola, krityaanaashineemoorthayae nama: Upachara : as per previous sadhana

Avaahana : as per annapoorneshwari sadhana

Ayudha nyasa :

  1. khadgaaya nama:
  2. thrishoolaaya nama:

Bhushana nyasa :

  1. mukthakeshaya nama:
  2. jwalaavaktraya nama:
  3. navaambaraabhyaam nama:
  4. neelakandyae nama:

Upahara : padyamidam arkhyamidam aachamaneeyamidam

Moorthi pooja – omitted as it should be learned from a competent guru Dwastas to naivedya all the others as per annapoorneshwari sadhana.

|| iti prathinkara sadhana samaptham ||


Prathinkara Siddhi (Shanta)

Dear all let me outline the Prantinkara perfection.

With austerities and dhyana, the aspirant has to recite the mantra for 10,000 times and do a homa for 1000 times mantra with kadaladi chamatha. You will receive the perfection. The enemies will die on themselves with achieving this perfection.

The persons who have been subjected to any black magic of any degree can be cured by making them sprinkled over with the water which has been energized by 108 times of the mantra. (one sprinkle for every recital in the 108 numbers).

If the homa is done with the kadaladi chamatha dipped in panchagavya, with every offering being circled across the person who is the subject, all evil attacks will be warded off.

If this is followed by a representative bali and attachment to the dhatu, then no evil spirits will prevail anywhere near the vicinities.

If the chamata (konna) is being used for dripping in panchagavya and done 10,000 repetitions of the mantra, then all the bad luck and the abhcarini’s done across the nations will pacify.


Prathinkara Siddhi (Ugra)

Dear all let me outline the Ugra Prathinkara perfection in brief.

The austerities for the perfection is same as that of the shanta form but the mantra used will be mentioned in the ugra form of sadhana.

The added advantage of this perfection is, when this mantra becomes perfected, one will be able to send the evil spirits back to the place where it was being sent. This is one of the mantras commonly used for sorcery. I strictly advise not to do this.

Similarly, when an yantra is written for prathinkara based on this mantra will be a great help for protection.


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