This is the 14th Sloka of Adi Shankara's Shiva Aparadha Kshamapana stotram.
Kara-charana-kritam vaak,-kaaya-jam, karma-jam vaa,
Shravana-nayana-jam vaa, maanasam vaa-aparaadhama,
Shiva shiva karunaabdhe, shrii mahaadeva
Whatever faults or mistakes I have done so far with the help of my
hands, legs, speech and body, also due to my actions, also by seeing
and hearing or may be mentally or as per the injunctions of Veda, all
these Oh Lord Shiva who is all compassionate please forgive me. You
are the Lord of all deities and one who nature is to bless all., 14
Devotees of Lord Shiva often recite it after completion of a worship, asking for his forgiveness for all the mistakes that they might have committed.
NOTE: "Aparadha" means "offence or guilt" and "Kshamapana" means "asking for forgiveness". Also, in the Sloka you gave it's "Jaya Jaya Karunabdhe" where as in my version it's "Shiva Shiva...". And, this could be due to "Pathabheda" or alternate reading.