The first one is ordinary, it can be chanted and is taught to kids as well.
The second mantra that you have stated is not what the website claims to be. It is the Guru Paduka Mantra, given at the time of intiation itself. Rudryamal Tantra :
Along with the mantra given (the Mool mantra) , the Guru paduka mantra is also given in the Diksha. Only After ...
It's also the Beej Mantra of Krodh Bhairav
bija of Krodhisha (krodha = anger, isha = lord), the one who has conquered anger.
It's thought of as anger Beej but it's not.
Krodh isha means Lord of anger, means who has won over anger
Lalita Sahasranama p. 74: Ka stands for joy and fame; ra is considered as powerful as it is the bija of agni, the fire; ma stands ...
I dont know how should I explain in which sadhana I read it, (also I am not sure of its validity in all sadhanas) in Nila-Saraswati tantra(16th Ulhassa), 119th verse:
तेन चेन्निधनं न स्यात्तदा देवी प्रकुप्यति।
त्रिरात्र वाथ षड्रात्र नवरात्रचत्व गोपयेत् ॥
Forget about the first line, the second line says a person who has attained siddhi must keep it secret ...
I have posted below some of Swami Vivekananda's writings on the Vedas. Only the spiritual message and not every verse of the Vedas is important.
There was a time when the Vedas themselves were considered eternal in
the sense in which the divine truths contained therein were changeless
and permanent and were only revealed to man. At a subsequent time, it
Can I get specific instances where he exactly used the Mrit Sanjeevani Mantra and was successful in reviving
There are few instances where he used Mṛtasañjīvanī and was successful:
During the war b/w Andhaka and Lord Shiva ~Shiva Purana: Rudra-saṃhitā: Yuddha-khaṇḍa: Chapter 47
During the war b/w Devas and Asuras ~Mahabharata: Adi Parva: Sambhava Parva: ...
Mantra-s are beings, who are residing in the higher plane of existence that is being governed by Aghora form of param Śiva is the reason Aghora has been called the highest mantra, i.e. the highest being residing in that particular place.
The word ‘hṛdaya’ is synonymous with consciousness. Śiva`s form which is of the nature of that consciousness is pure ...
Not a very direct confirmation but Yes its: (in link (2) its mentioned in Rudraksha Dhahran vidhi.)
ॐ अघोरेभ्योऽथ घोरेभ्यो घोर घोर तरेभ्यः सर्वेभ्यस् सर्व सर्वेभ्यो नमस्तेऽस्तु रुद्र रूपेभ्यः
See 1, 2, 3
Yes there is a charm for a desirable wife in Atharvaveda 6:82.
आगछत आगतस्य नाम गृह्णाम्यायतः । इन्द्रस्य वृत्रघ्नो वन्वे वासवस्य शतक्रतोः ॥१॥
येन सूर्यां सावित्रीमश्विनोहतुः पथा । तेन मामब्रवीद्भगो जयामा वहतादिति ॥२॥
यस्तेऽङ्कुशो वसुदानो बृहन्न् इन्द्र हिरण्ययः । तेना जनियते जायां मह्यं धेहि शचीपते ॥३॥
I call the name of him that comes here, ...
Written by saint Devidas in Marathi, its Sanskrit equivalent is one from BhramadPuran. The one in marathi mentions the following in its Fal-Shruti (what fruit!?):
लग्नार्थियाचे व्हावे लग्न । धनार्थियासी व्हावें धन ।
पुत्रार्थियाचे मनोरथ पूर्ण । पुत्र देऊनि करावे ॥ ८३ ॥
The one wishing of Marriage, money and child will be blessed with it.
अथातः सम्प्रवक्ष्यामि तच्छुणुष्व॒ प्रियंवदे ! ।
यस्याज्ञानेन विफलं जपहोमादिक भवेत् ॥
विप्राणां प्रणव: सेतु: क्षत्रियाणां तथेव च ।
वेश्यानाञ्च फडन्तोऽयं माया शूद्रस्य कथ्यते ।
That is: O devi, listen to setu without which japa, homa etc are incomplete. The setu of Bhraman and Kashtriya is 'pranav' (om), vysha has a setu 'phat' and ...
My human Guru, Swami Swahananda, has written a book on Mantra. You might find the book, 'Meditation and Other Spiritual Disciplines' useful.
I am posting below an excerpt of the book.
Swami Swahananda in his book writes:
Among the Vedic sacred formulas, the Gayatri has been prescribed for
repetition from ancient times. The Vedic people had great faith in ...