Vedic Technology for Purity, Victory, Prosperity, Vitality and Wisdom
During sacred ceremonies, Archetype Rudra, known for his fierce attitude toward evil and other forces of darkness, is brought to his passive form to cleanse your thoughts and de-clutter your mind of negativity so you can enjoy peace and the fulfillment of your desires. By honoring Rudra, the fierce form of Lord Shiva, you can gain:
We have arranged for the powerful mantra, Sri Rudram, to be chanted by our expert priests, followed by Krama-style chanting of the mantra – one of the more difficult levels of chanting Sri Rudram – to invoke the blessings of Lord Rudra on your behalf, for fulfillment of your wishes and desires. The mantra and each ceremony are each explained below.
What Will I Receive?
You will receive the energized yantra, along with the sacred grey ash powder and red vermillion powder (Prasad) which will be blessed during the energizing ceremony. Keep these items on your meditation altar and wear the Prasad on your forehead during meditation or at other times to expand the Divine blessings into your life.
Dr. Pillai explains this:
Dr. Pillai explains this: “The ceremony is the carbonization of thoughts. Carbon is our information-bearing atoms. The carbon residue (ash) given out as Prasad is to be placed on the third eye area of the participants and carries the blessings of the archetypes invoked.
Please Note: Your product and Prasad will be shipped from Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. Please allow 2 – 4 weeks for delivery after the entire set of ceremonies is performed.
“Mahanyasam” means ‘Great Purification’. It is a set of Vedic mantras recited to purify mind, body and soul before performing Rudra hydration ceremony or other Rudra ceremony. Before commencement of this most powerful ceremony, Mahanyasam mantras helps the Vedic priests to invoke various devathas (Archetypes) at the designated organs in the body. Mahanyasam can protect them from any fault, if it may happen, during the chanting of the powerful Sri Rudram.
‘Sri Rudram’ is a Vedic hymn written as a prayer to Archetype Rudra, the fierce form of Lord Shiva, to transform from his fierce form to his peaceful form and shower you with his lessings. This prayer has two parts, with each divided into eleven sections. The first part has verses ending with the term “Nama” and hence this part is named ‘Namakam’ or ‘Rudram’. The second part is named ‘Chamakam’ as the verses end with “Cha Me” which means “let this be granted to me”.
All four Vedas have been preserved centuries after centuries via the oral tradition. Great care has been taken that the true meaning, sound, syllables and intonations of the Vedas are not altered. The power and purity of the mantra comes from the sound combinations and acoustics of the syllables.
Krama is one of the difficult levels of chanting Rudram. We have arranged for the powerful mantra, Sri Rudram, to be chanted following this Krama style, a unique mathematical combination of syllables without losing the purity of the mantra. Krama style chanting has a certain permutation of the words and ensures this multifold combination tallies with the total number of Vedic mantras chanted.
After pleasing and calming down Archetype Rudra by the Krama style of chanting of Sri Rudram, his blessings for the fulfillment of wishes are sought by offering prayers through Chamakam Prasnam Vasodhara Fire Lab. During Vasodhara, the priests continuously allow the ghee to drip into the Fire Lab pit as the sacred fire acts as the powerful medium to carry your prayers to Archetype Rudra.