9 Sacred Secrets of Ganesha

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The Names of Shri Ganesha

Shri Mataji And Shri Ganesha

'Shri Ganesha's greatest contribution to Sahaja Yoga is that He makes you feel My vibrations. He makes you feel the beauty of purity and simplicity. It is only possible if Shri Ganesha is awakened within you. Also the Kundalini won't rise without the sanction of this Chancellor. He is the one sitting on the Mooladhara. But you know He is on every chakra. Innocence cures all the maladies-physical, mental, emotional- specially spiritual. But most important quality of Shri Ganesha is that He believes in emitting vibrations. He believes in projecting His vibrations to every one.' H.S.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. Om Twameva sakshat Shri Ganesha sakshat ShrT Adi Shakti

Ganesha Mudra

(The elephant Ganesha, the deity who overcomes all obstacles) Since the Ganesha Mudra activates the fire element (see Appendix C), which reacts positively to the color red, the following visualizations support activity of the heart and circulation. It encourages us to encounter our fellow human beings with an open and friendly heart.

Sakshat Shr Adi Shakti Mataji Shr Nirmala Devyai namo namaha

'The essence of Guru is Shri Ganesha, the Innocence. Anasuya (the mother of Shri Dattatreya) was a very devoted wife and she was so religious and dedicated that the wives of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh got very jealous of her. They told their husbands to test her whether she is really a woman with chastity. The three of them came down as sadhus. Anasuya welcomed them and cooked food for them. They said we will not eat the food unless you take off all your clothes. So with her powers she made them into very little children and then she became nude, because innocence doesn't understand anything about nudity and then their three innocence was joined together and they got their Guru-pada. That's how the Adi Guru was created.' H.S.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. Shri Ganesha Puja, Cabella, 31st Aug.1992.

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Some more items have been added notably Sanskrit names of Shri Lakshm , Shri Kr is hn a and Lord Jesus and another set of names of Shri Ganesha 84 names of Shri Vis hn umaya in English, some chapters from the Devi Mahatmyam, Kavach of the Devi in Sanskrit, Devi Atharva Sheersha and the 1000 names of Shri Mahakal , as being useful for Havan (among other things) Most of these are items already published in Sahaja Yoga. The Creation of Shri Ganesha 252

Sakshat Shri Adi Shakti Mataji Shri Nirmala Devyai namo namah

Adi Shakti

'Then this flow reaches to the higher state of Agnya Chakra, where Shri Ganesha's power becomes the power of forgiveness. Then it rises above to the limbic area where the power of Shri Ganesha which is beyond the sun, is seated then superego appears above. This is the power of moon. Here is the spirit of moon. It becomes the 'spirit'. It is always seated on the head of Shri Shiva. This is the complete evolution of Shri Ganesha's Shakti, as you see, it's extremely beautiful. In this way our 'desire' itself becomes the 'Spirit'. Your desire and Spirit become one, united.'

How To Perform Mulasodhana

This technique has various other common names. It is called moola dhauti, which means anal cleansing'. It is also called ganesha kriya. Ganesha is the name of the plump elephant deity of India, and the word kriya means 'action'. Therefore, this name can be translated as the 'elephant action'. Ganesha is closely connected with mooladhara chakra (the psychic centre near the region of the anus). This is one reason for the name ganesha kriya. Also elephants wash themselves thoroughly with their trunk possibly they also clean their anus in the same manner, at least externally. This practice is also called chakrikarma, which means the 'rotation practice'. It is so called because the finger is rotated within the anus and rectum.

Sakshat Shr Adi Shakti Mataj Shr Nirmala Devyai namo namah

The Creation of Shri Ganesha. (extract from the Shiva Purana) Narada said,'I wish to hear the excellent story of Ganesha, the details of his divine nativity, auspicious of the auspicious'. On hearing the words of Narada, the great sage Brahma became delighted and replied to him remembering Lord Shiva. 8 'Due to the different Kalpas (ages) the story of the birth of Ganesha is told in different ways. According to one account He is born of Mahadeva, the great lord (Shiva). His head, being looked at by *Shani (Saturn) was cut off and an elephant's head was put on Him. 9 Now we narrate the story of the birth of Ganesha in Swetakalpa (present age) when His head was cut off by the merciful Shiva. 12 A long time had lapsed after the marriage of Shiva and His return to Kailasa that Ganesha was born. *This refers to a well-known story of the creation of Shri Ganesha where He was born as a normal boy to Shri Parvati, who was proudly showing the beautiful baby off to all the gods. Shani (the...

How to clear Mool dh ra Chakra

To manifest Shri Ganesha, we have to do certain amount of Tapasya-penance. First we have to say, when we sit for meditation, that 'I am going to be worthy of Your appreciation. Make me humble, so that I am appreciated by You, and my only desire is to please You' Then sit down in complete preparedness, meditating over your Mooladhara, putting your attention to it with absolute purity. Now you have My Photograph before you and you tell The Photograph, 'Mother, You are Shri Ganesha. You give me wisdom and discretion.' Sitting in a group together, meditating , saying the Mantra of Shri Ganesha, to try to build up. Those who think too much, they should also try to say, 'not this, not this, not this, ' So the innocence plays, but it is not involved. It sees the play. Just sees. It enjoys the play. Just enjoys. So today when we are thinking of Shri Ganesha, let us desire that, 'within us His great power of innocence be enlightened.' How to make Shri Ganesha throw His light in your attention...

Indian meditation

With the left hand towards Shri Mataji's Photo, and right hand on or towards the Mother Earth, say Shri Ganesha's mantra (1, 3 or 4 times) and the mantra for the Left Side (Shri Mahakal Bhairava) three times. Sit for a few minutes for the Left Side to clear (you may feel a spurt of vibrations at Sahasrara as the Left Side clears) Attention in the central channel. Say the mantra Shri Mahalakshm Ganesha three or as many times.

Standard meditations

Ie.'Om Twameva sakshat Shri (Ganesha) sakshat Shri Adi Shakti Mataji Everyone raises the Kundalini and puts on a bandhan together. Say Shri Ganesha's mantra once or four times. Say the Ganesha Atharva Sheersha (once or twice). Say the Three Great Mantras.* Sit in meditation for some time. Finishing Any or all of the following may be done. Sing Shri Mataji's Aarti (Sab.ko dua dena) with clapping, bells and waving of light and incense.

Akalkot Swami

A poor Brahmin performed Tapas for the sake of getting money for the celebration of his daughter's marriage. He propitiated God Ganesha. Ganesha appeared in his dream and told the poor man to go to Akalkot Swami. The poor Brahmin went to Akalkot Swami. Swamiji asked the orthodox Brahmin to collect some bones. The poor Brahmin was very much perplexed. Anyhow, as he was in bad need of money, he obeyed the words of Swamiji and collected some bones. Swamiji told the Brahmin to take this to his house. The Brahmin was greatly embarrassed. When he reached the house, he did not take the bones inside but kept them in a corner of the verandah. After three days, he wanted to throw the bones away. When he lifted the bundle, he found it was very heavy. He opened it, and found to his astonishment it was full of gold. The Brahmin said to himself I made a serious mistake. I ought to have collected some more bones. Such is the power of greed which keeps you bound to this Samsara. Destroy greed, which...

Ganapatya sect

The followers of this sect venerate the chubby elephant deity known as Ganapati or Ganesha. He is the son of Shiva and Parvati (Shakti) and represents the understanding that comes through the mind. In other words, it is through consciousness and its manifestation (Shiva-Shakti) that one gains mental understanding. Ganesha is an aspect of the absolute and is widely worshipped throughout India in almost all Hindu rites and ceremonies. The worshippers invoke Lord Ganesha before commencing any important undertaking, for nothing can be achieved without mental understanding. This applies to everyday duties as well as enlightenment. Ganesha is the controller of all accomplishments. Without the grace of understanding, nothing can be achieved. It is for this reason that he is such an important deity, and why a specific sect has arisen around him. Without mental understanding how can anything be initiated or successfully carried out Followers of this sect are more prevalent in western India....


The Mother of devotees who are competent to lead the battle against the demonic forces. Shri Ganesha, Shri Hanuman and Shri Karttikeya are also called 'Vira'. Infinite Depth the Great Mother described as a vast, unfathomable lake of Consciousness, uncomprehended by space and time.