1987 - Books, Mantra Deeksha and Yantras Given by Narayana Swami in the Revival of the Science of Aushada
|Archives of Sovereign Details|
|Origin of Item||Pushpa Samadhi|
|Age of SPH||9.|
|Associated Guru||Narayana Swami|
|Location||Tiruvannamalai, TamilNadu, SouthIndia|
|Role in the Revival of KAILASA||These sacred artefacts are the earliest records of SPH's initiation, training and the revival of the Science of Aushada, the Science of Healing, the Science of Alchemy Products, the Science of Power Manifestation and much more.|
|Associated Kingdom||Kailasa Paramparagatha Adi Arunachala Sarvajnapeetha Samrajyam|
Among the dedicated and esteemed gurus who birthed The Avatar was Narayana Swami, who was indeed a renowned and powerful enlightened being in Thiruvannamalai with hundreds to witness his intense mysticism. Narayana Swami mastered the sciences of aushada, mantras and yantras, the traditions which use sacred chants, sacred geometric shapes which represent cosmic energy and medicinal herbs in order to sustain the experience of Superconsciousness in one's body. This knowledge is vital component of the Siddha tradition, passed down with generations of enlightened beings and originating from Paramashiva when He appeared on Planet Earth as the original Siddha. Preserved and revered in the Sovereign Archives of ShriKailasa today are even two of the yantras which Narayana Swami gave to His Divine Holiness, as well as a piece of paper on which Narayana Swami has written a mantra to energize aushada, which His Divine Holiness inherited from him.
He wrote the consecratory mantra on this paper - actually the rear of a 1963-year program invitation. He also wrote on another paper as a covering statement the following words: "mooligai saaba nivritti prana prathishtai" in Tamil, meaning, Consecration of a herb for dissolving any curses.
The technique he gave The young Avatar was: Sit facing East and chant this mantra 1000 times. The herb will get energised and live on and function even when severed from its plant, and it will cause dissolving of curses to happen. If anyone has installed a curse, this herb will dissolve it.
This is a copy of the Tamil book TIRUMANDIRA MALAI that was given by Narayanasamy Thatha to SPH. Written by Tirumoolar, a great Tamil Poet Saint, this book extols the glory of Paramaśiva and is the earliest known exposition of the Shaiva Agamas in Tamil. In the divine life of SPH this book is the record of the intense study and practice of the Shaiva Agamas since before the age of 10.
"A Tamil book titled 'Mantrika Vasiya Yantra Thhagadu' gifted to The young Avatar by Narayanasamy thatha, His Guru in the Science of Aushadha - energising sacred herbs with whom He would also discuss the Science of Yantra - sacred geometric representations that manifest results in the physical plane.
Narayanasamy Thatha lived in a small Ganesha temple on Tirumanjana Gopuram Street in Tiruvannamalai, The Avatar's birthplace. He was a master of Tantra, Yantra and Mantra - all the three techniques for Self-Realization in the Sanatana Hindu Dharma (Hinduism). He had great powers of telepathy. The local police would come to him seeking help in identifying perpetrators of crime.
He would then take a mirror and draw a square on it. The image of the criminal would appear within that square. People who lost things or who lost children or relatives would come to him and he would show them where they were using his mirror.
When people came seeking his help, He would light a lamp, and utter a mantra. He would then collect the black soot from the lamp and apply it on the mirror that he had. Immediately, the picture of what had happened would be played out as if on television. The entire sequence of what happened, whether it was a burglary or a person missing, would be played out. The local Police Inspector would come and sit at his feet!
The young Avatar spent six years around him.
"This piece of paper carries a mantra called a ""kavacham"" handwritten by Narayanasamy Thatha and given to The young Avatar.""Kavacham"" is a protective mantra specifically mentioning parts of the physical body to be protected and the Hindu God that will protect it. Transliteration of the mantra is thus:
Om yen meni Ishwaran kaakka iru bujangalum Parameshwaran kaakka unnathamaana udalum muppathirundu uruvamum Om yendra aksharam kaaakka senniyil Veerabadran kaakka mikka ponniramaai nirka yen meni swaashamaana Bairavan sutrilum kaakka
"This is a 4-inch x 4-inch copper yantra (with mystical geometric carvings on it representative of the Cosmos) gifted to The young Avatār by Narayanaswamy Thatha. The Avatār placed this Yantra in His pūja (worship) altar and offered ritualistic offerings to it everyday. The Avatār placed this Yantra in His pūja (worship) altar and offered ritualistic offerings to it everyday.
The sandal paste and vermillion smears seen on this yantra are still present as shown in this photograph.
This is another handwritten mantra from Narayanasamy Thatha to The young Avatār.HDH used this mantra to materialize objects as well as to manifest what people wanted in their lives.