Khila Suktas of RigVeda are those Suktas which are associated only in Baskala Shakha of RigVeda and not in Sakala Shakha. For eg. Sri Suktam of RigVeda is also a Khila Sukta.
Shiva Sankalpam Sukta is a part of Vedas. In the 34th chapter of Vajasaneyi Samhita Shukla Yajurveda first six mantras form Shiva Sankalpa Suktam. They all end with the line:
तन्मे मनः शिवसंकल्पम् अस्तु ।
tanme manaha: ShivaSankalpam Aastu
May my mind do Sankalpa of Shiva.
However this website states that:
The 33rd chapter of Kanva recension of Yajur-veda contains only the first mantra. The 34th chapter of the Vajasaneya recension has six. These are the most well known. Less known is the apocryphal version in the Khila-suktas of Rg-veda (Khila-sukta 33), containing 26 mantras.
So, Is Shiva Sankalpa Sukta also a part of Khila Sukta of RigVeda?
Particularly I'm interested in the verse 14 of the Hymn:
On the charming peak of Kailasha mountain is the home temple of the Peace-creator Shiva; gods rejoice in that. May such my mind be of beautiful and divine resolves, filled with Shiva-thoughts. -14
As a sidenote, Srikantha Shivacharya in his Brahma Sutra Bhasya 3.2.35 also quotes Shiva Sankalpa:
Even in the Siva-Sankalpa, He is declared to have faces on all sides. In the Atharvasiras, the Paramesvara is said to have many faces, feet, and so on. He is said to be associated with the Universe as an integral part of His being :
"This Maya, indeed, as Prakriti, man should know and the possessor of Maya as the Mahesvara. All this universe is pervaded by that which forms a limb of His."
So, can someone post here Shiva Sankalpa Khila Sukta of RigVeda in Sanskrit? At least I want to confirm whether Shiva Sankalpa Sukta also forms a part of Khila Sukta of RigVeda or not?