Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Q-2,3. Sankalpa, Nyasa, Peetika, Phalashruti for Japa & Parayana

Q-02. What kind of Sankalpa during Japa, Parayana, Prayoga, Nityanustaana? Parishat Sankalpa.
Parayana = Towards a Karya Sadhana, continuous progress - Icchhaa Sankalpa. Ayana = Chalana.
Japa = Jaayate Apah Japa. Devata or Uddisha; that Guri has to come by melting (Dravisuvike)
to make it understood (Vedya). Anustaana = Has Sankalpa. If one masters one Vichara by Paarayana,
then for Prayoga that Anustaani (Saadhaka) requires Sankalpa to solve social problems.
Accordingly different Sankalpas are there. Parishat Sankalpa is the one which has to be done during
solving social problems. It has to be done by properly understanding the intended work.
So proper words in regional language is best suited.

Q-03. Are Nyasa & other parts required for the Japa? Are Purva Peetika, Phala Shrutis, Vyahruti, etc., required?



  1. sir,
    i feel they are required to initiate the all the parts of the body

  2. Is it about Nyaasa? If so, Nyaasa is the process of making a Mantra to work according to the parameters we set. The Swaroopa of Mantra will be decided in its Nyaasa. Depending of Shaktataa, each mantra can be given with 11 Swaroopaas. Then each Nyaasa will subdivide into 11 sub divisions giving a total of 121 Nyaasaas for each mantra. Like that 32,000 Mantras are there in Vedas. So atleast 38,72,000 Swaroopas according to the process experiment under consideration. So some of the Nyaasaas like Anga, Kara are common.

    But all these are useful only during Prayoga of the Mantra, not for the natural Japa. But practiced to have a practice & remembrance.