He becomes endowed with the support. He becomes endowed with the support who knows this. He who knows the boat stably established in the waters becomes himself stabilized. Life lived within the boundary of a time-span undergoing the changes of birth etc. Each Vaasanaa comes with a built-in frame of time and space.
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Moon is the flower of the Waters. He who knows this becomes endowed with the flower, progeny, and animals. He who knows the support of the waters becomes endowed with the support. Such simple words — flower, moon, and waters; but so meaningless!
And a promise also is made that if you understand what these words mean, you will get all the prosperity of the earth, a good family, and all the animals you require. In those days progeny and animals were considered as highly valuable and these things include a lot of wealth too as their accompaniments.
Superficially the meaning seems to be: A flower comes out of the water! It is natural! A lotus can bloom in the waters! So what great thing is that? Moon is the flower of the waters! How can that be? It is silly and nonsense! But it is a Mantra; so it does not matter if the meaning is silly. Let us believe that also.
What do these words mean actually? Were the Sages insane by any chance? Or did they love Nature so much that they presented their hymns mixing up all the objects in Nature? They were very very clever. Their wisdom is far beyond the reach of ordinary minds.
Let us decode the hymns and understand the true meanings hidden in them. First let us get acquainted with the basic truth proclaimed by the Vedas and Upanishads. The world is different for different minds though all believe that they live in a fixed solid world in fixed time and space. What are perceptions? Perceptions are some information about the outside brought to our minds by the senses!
If senses are more than five or less than five, the information will vary. If any sense is malfunctioning, the information will vary. If the mind which collects the sense-data is colored by desires, hatred, false beliefs etc, the info will vary. If the hardware of the brain which processes the data is mal-functioning, the info will vary. Anyhow the undeniable fact is that the world we perceive is just a collection of sense information received by the mind continuously without a break. What is a perceiving process?
A perception of any object in the world is made up of three units, the perceiver, perceived and the perceiving process. If even if one of them is missing, perception is not possible. This perception can be broadly named as an experience undergone by an experiencer Jeevahood.
Experience alone forms the basis of all the knowledge we have of the world. Like waves after waves rising in the ocean without a break, experiences pop up in our lives one after the other without a break. This continuum of experiences alone is the life lived by us from birth to the death of the body. Each person is a mould of experiences. He is what his experiences are.
Experiences can be of any object from a ghost to a god; but valid for the experiencer alone; like a dream-experience for the dreamer. A human being is just a collection of experiences. He is a heap of waters. His existence is based on these waters. He who knows the flower of the waters, he becomes endowed with the flower, progeny and animals.
Vaasanaa means an unfulfilled subtle seed of an experience which resides in the mind. A person who gains knowledge through experiences becomes endowed with good Vaasanaas which manifest as good experiences.
A person who knows the flower of the waters becomes endowed with the vision of seeing everything without particularities; he understands that he as the Self Brahman alone is shining as the world bereft of differentiations. Chandramaa Moon is the flower of the Waters. Chandramaa means that which shines. Chandramaa means the moon. Moon is of the nature of waxing and waning. Mind also is of the nature of waxing and waning.
Mind oscillates from joy to sorrow as it wades through various experiences. Mind is the flower of the waters namely experiences. The store- room for all the information of the world gathered through senses is the mind. It does not reside in the heart or brain; it is not a visible organ; but just a process of collecting information.
This mind-process is different for different individuals. If you understand that — the world is nothing but a network of perceived patterns experienced by countless perceivers, through which information gets generated and stored by a process called the mind- then you get the true understanding of the world; will develop good Vaasanaas and the vision Supreme as the Self.
He who knows the support Aayatanam of the waters becomes endowed with the support. What is the support of these experiences?
On what stable ground does the river of experiences flow? Without this essence of consciousness, nothing can be experienced by anybody. One who knows that Brahman Pure Consciousness is the support of all experiences gets established in the Brahman-state.
MANTRA PUSHPAM MEANING IN TELUGU PDF
The prajapati exolled him as one who blesses the persons praying him. Mantra puspam is impregnated with the sum total of Gayatri Hrdayam and Gayatri upanishat. The chanting of Mantra puspam amounts to reciting Gayatri Hrdayam and upanishat. Mantra puspam is a Vedic extract.
Mantra Pushpam Lyrics (Slokas) in Telugu
Shaktilrajas It has no shine of its own. He who knows the boat stably established in the waters becomes himself stabilized. How do I publish content on my topic? Moon is of the nature of waxing and waning. I had been so curious to understand this mantra.
MANTRA PUSHPAM LYRICS TELUGU PDF
Water is the support of Fire. Mantra Pushpam — Media Vaidika Vignanam He who knows the boat stably established in the waters becomes himself stabilized. Why is it a fire? Vaayu helps the consciousness to perceive the objects of the world. This mantra is taken from the Taittiriya Aranyakam of the Telugj Veda.