Shiv Puja & Yajna
As the name of the Yagna itself suggest Mritunajam that literally means in Sanskrit “ Mrituam Jayati eti Mritunajayh”. It means the Yagna has the power to give victory over the critical situation even like death. The word Mrityormooksheya as depicted in Mantra, ensures that devotee or performer of this Yagna get Moksha i.e. freedom from a particular situation that you are entrapped in life. The life threatening situations like accidents, imprisonments, entangled in bad relationship where you are feeling suffocated or unable to find relief.
॥ॐ ह्रौं जूं सः ॐ भूः भुवः स्वः। त्र्यम्बकं यजामहे सुगन्धिम्पुष्टिवर्धनम्। उर्व्वारुकमिव बन्धनान्मृत्योर्मुक्षीय मामृतात्। स्वः भुवः भू ॐ। सः जूं ह्रौं ॐ ॥
Lord Shiva is known as the “giver” god or Tryambakkam Deva (literally, “three-eyed Lord”). He is Mahadev, one of the Three Supreme Gods; we bow our head in devotion to the almighty Lord Shiva, who is the destroyer of all evils. Offering prayers to Lord Shiva through Maha Mrityunjay Yajna will help overcome difficult phases of life & relief from any kind of serious trouble.
Benefits of Shiv Puja & Yajna
By worshiping Shiva, we cultivate the qualities of infinite consciousness, freedom from attachment, and freedom from bondage to this world of objects and relationships. We cultivate the attitude of perceiving the intrinsic reality, not the extrinsic appearance. We identify with that which does not change, and become the witness of the changes of nature. From this perception, we act and interact with the world remembering the eternal reality. We free ourselves from pain and fear, and see them as passing states of mind, accepting the will of God.
We free ourselves from pain and fear, and see them as passing states of mind, accepting the will of God. This advanced Puja contains beginners Puja, an intermediate Puja, an advanced Puja; making it a one size fits all presentation. It also includes the system of worship for the sacred fire ceremony and an appendix of bonus material. With all the material contained in this book, it is possible to spend decades studying and refining the worship of our beloved Lord Shiva.
He is the Male force in the Kundalini. Hanuman and Bhairav are two of His famous avatars. His consort Devi is the Feminine Mother force of the universe. His son Ganesha is remover of all obstacles and the ruler of all Vidyas. The two most holy rivers of India – Ganga and Narmada are associated with Him.
Key Feature Shiv Puja & Yajna
- Shanti Paath
- Gauri Ganesha, Kalash and Navagraha Pooja
- Rudrabhshek (Shukla Yajurvediya Rudra Aashtadhyayi Stotra) & Special worship of Lord Shiva
- Shiva Aahwan & Praam Prthishtha Siddh of “Shiva” Yantra
- Chanting of Shiva Grhstha Siddhi Mantra “ह्रीं ॐ नम: शिवाय ह्रीं”,
- Chanting Santan Gopal Main Mantra as per requirement.
- Recite “Vanshnkya Kawach & Shiva Stotra” daily.
- Shiva Dashansh Yajna & Purnahuti
- Rudra Yajna & Purnahuti
- End of Ceremony with Pushpanjali
It help to recover from critical & miserable health condition, a relief from suffering caused by any sort of miscellaneous deadly & hazardous situation in life. So, if you feel entrapped in any kind of misery in life, it is advisable to perform this Pooja and seek blessing of Lord Shiva.
Who Should Perform Shiv Puja & Yajna?
People going through the life threatening diseases/health issues even if there is fear of death or having some legal problem where prosecution or imprisonment is suspected or trapped in a bad relationship where there is no way to come out, then performing this Yagna would be great help to win over the situation. You can choose from following Yajna depending upon the intensity of problem and seriousness of the situation. Even you can write to us to know to suggestion on selection of appropriate Yajna.
We sing in praise to Lord Shiva whose fragrance is always spreading around. He is the sustainer of this world. Therefore when we are bound by some deadly disease then we should bow our head and pray to him to bring us out from the deadly disease and also from the cycle of re-birth.
Based on the teachings of Sri Harihara in Prasna Marga, The Maha Mrityunjay mantra should be recited 8000 times in a period of forty days. The recitation of 108 mantra for forty days both in the morning and evening covers this requirement. Maha Mrityunjay Homam is dedicated to Lord Shiva to avoid untimely death. The Mrityunjay Homam is performed to achieve Jaya or Victory over Mritiyu or death. The object of worship of this Homas is Lord Shiva. One of the synonyms of Lord Shiva is Mritiyu. Mritiyu which means death of the death or the destroyer of death. During this Homas one chants 21 mantras. The prominent offerings in this Homas are Durva grass and an herb called amrita. The former is famous for purifying blood and the latter is used as a medicine for incurable diseases like Arbuda or cancer. Since these are used as offerings in this Homas, it is believed that this Homas bestows longevity on the performer. The hymns are devoted to Mritiyu, the God of death, praying for long life. These hymns are used in the purnahuti or the final offering in the famous Soma sacrifice. This Homas also alleviates Mritiyu dosh or premature death.
Shiva sitting in the cremation ground signifies that He is the controller of death in the physical world. Since birth and death are cyclic, controlling one implies controlling the other. Lord Shiva is honored as the ultimate controller of birth and death in this unique world. Thus, to relieve our self from uncertain death and lead a good and healthy life it is important that we perform the Maha Mrityunjay Yajna.
Note: The complete footage CD of this Shiv Puja & Yajna will be sent with Prasad only to the people who will not attend the Yajna personally.
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