ASHTADHYAYI RUDRI PDF

Rudrashtadhyayi is the most acclaimed and celebrated hymn to Lord Shiva, and is chanted continually at all the jyotir lingams. The Vedic poems of the Rudrashtadhyayi convey the spiritual emotion, or bhava, of the passionate love and worship of Shiva. Chanting them helps remove our suffering and grants us spiritual peace. The hymns are filled with inspiration, and the tones of their chanting conduct our vibrations to radiant purity. The explanation of Rudrashtadhyayi in this video series grants the wisdom to move develop an intuitive understanding of the Sanskrit mantras and gives a clear explanation of the yoga system and yogic knowledge needed to incorporate this scripture into a personal spiritual discipline. Rudrashtadhyayi Video Class 1: Introduction Beginning Worship In this video class the origins and meaning of the Rudrashtadhyayi are discussed and the preliminary worship rituals prior to recitation of the Sanskrit text is demonstrated.

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Rudrashtadhyayi is the most acclaimed and celebrated hymn to Lord Shiva, and is chanted continually at all the jyotir lingams. The Vedic poems of the Rudrashtadhyayi convey the spiritual emotion, or bhava, of the passionate love and worship of Shiva. Chanting them helps remove our suffering and grants us spiritual peace. The hymns are filled with inspiration, and the tones of their chanting conduct our vibrations to radiant purity.

The explanation of Rudrashtadhyayi in this video series grants the wisdom to move develop an intuitive understanding of the Sanskrit mantras and gives a clear explanation of the yoga system and yogic knowledge needed to incorporate this scripture into a personal spiritual discipline.

Rudrashtadhyayi Video Class 1: Introduction Beginning Worship In this video class the origins and meaning of the Rudrashtadhyayi are discussed and the preliminary worship rituals prior to recitation of the Sanskrit text is demonstrated.

The mantras of Rudrashtadhyayi remind us we are one with All and everything is within us. The video then continues on to the first and second chapters of the Rudrashtadhyayi. Chapter 1 is a prayer to receive the sankalpa, or determination and focus of mind of Shiva. The 2nd chapter praises Shiva in His omnipresence. Rudrashtadhyayi Video Class 3: Chapter 3 The Spiritual Warrior The 3rd Chapter is a blessing for the spiritual warrior within us, to prevail in the battle and defeat our own internal enemies.

In this video class beautiful mantras of this hymn are chanted in Sanskrit and than a translation and discussion of the verses follows. The 4th chapter sings the praise of Shiva as the Light of Wisdom, it contains beautiful verses describe the divine qualities of the Shiva, which are like the Sun.

In the video class the Sanskrit verse are recited and then translated in to English and discussed. The 5th chapter has become especially famous as the Namakam because the verses contain various special names of Shiva to which we bow in devotion and offer our oblations.

The Sanskrit mantras of the Namakam, the 5th chapter of the Rudrashtadhyayi, are first chanted and then translated and explained in great depth in English. In the 5th chapter we bow to Shiva in all of his forms. This chapter contains the Mahamrityunjaya Mantra, which like the Rudrashtadhyayi, is found in the Yajur Veda. The video class contains both the Sanskrit mantras of the Rudrashtadhyayi and their translation and explanation.

There is nowhere where he is not present. In this way we offer to him on all levels, from the physical to the subtle to the casual until ultimately we are one with Shiva. Therefore it is called the Chamakam.

In this video class the Sanskrit mantras of the Chamakam are recited and then translated and deeply explained. This video class also contains the Shiva arati, the dance in celebration of Shiva and the Pranam which is bowing down in thanks for having been able to perform the sadhana of this beautiful scripture.

Both the recitation of the Sanskrit mantras and their translation and explanation in English are contained in this class. The current class is Swamiji reading the Chandi Path in English and discussing the meaning. Miss a class? Find it HERE. Jai Maa!

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The 1st chapter requests Lord Shiva to bless us with His firm determination. The 3rd chapter worships Shiva in the form of the spiritual warrior Indra, the Rule of the Pure. Chapter 4 worships Shiva as Surya, the Light of Wisdom. Chapter 5 is well known as the Namakam, where we bow to the many manifestations of Lord Shiva. Chapter 6 we ask Shiva for blessings, chapter 7 we make offerings to his various manifestations.

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