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Chanting of Life

Chanting of Life

Om Bhadram Karnnebhih Shrnnuyaama Devaah |
Bhadram Pashyema-Akssabhir-Yajatraah |
Sthirair-Anggais-Tussttuvaamsas-Tanuubhih |
Vyashema Devahitam Yad-Aayuh |

MEANING:

Om, O Devas, May we Hear with our Ears what is Auspicious,
May we See with our Eyes what is Auspicious and Adorable,
May we be Prayerful (in Life) with Steadiness in our Bodies (and Minds),
May we Offer our Lifespan allotted by the Devas (for the Service of God),

Svasti Na Indro Vrddha-Shravaah |
Svasti Nah Puussaa Vishva-Vedaah |
Svasti Nas-Taarkssyo Arisstta-Nemih |
Svasti No Vrhaspatir-Dadhaatu ||
Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih ||

MEANING:

May Indra (of Vedas) of great Wisdom and Glory grant us Well-Being (by bestowing wisdom),
May Pushan (The Sun God, The Nourisher) of great Knowledge grant us Well-Being (by nourishing us and granting knowledge),
May Tarksya (A Mythical Bird) of great Protective Power ( a thunderbolt to misfortunes ) grant us Well-Being (by protecting us from misfortunes),
(And) May Brihaspati (The Guru of the Devas) grant us Well-Being,
Om, Peace, Peace, Peace (at the Adibhautika, Adidaivika and Adyatmika levels),

 

 

Hope this brings joy or any blissful feeling.

 

Don´t Forget to Just Keep Swimming ॐ

A S A N A: el tercer pétalo de astanga yoga

A S A N A: el tercer pétalo de astanga yoga

Aplicación del yoga en tu vida

Aplicación del yoga en tu vida