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“Sri Vidya” is an ancient wisdom of India that...

“Sri Vidya” is an ancient wisdom of India that
encompasses the multi faceted concepts aspiring for
Ultimate Realization through the four directional paths,
Worship of Mother Goddess, Chanting Mantras, Sri Vidya
Meditation and Mukthi Sadhana that lead to emancipation. It
has rich philosophical base and practical techniques. It has
branches like Kaula Marga, Dhakshina Marga, Misra Marga
and Samayachara. Dr.Sri Jagannatha Swami, a doctorate
scholar in philosophy emerged from Madurai Kamaraj
University, Madurai , India with his in depth knowledge and
experience is the one among a few living masters who
teaches Samayacha Sri Vidya.

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  • 1. Samayachara Sri Vidya Dr.Sri Jagannatha Swami Sri Lalithambika Peetam Coimbatore 641108 www.srilalithambika.org
  • 2. Samayachara Sri Vidya An Introduction
  • 3. -Ganesha GaythriOm eka dhanthaya vidhmaheVakra thundaya dheemahiThanno dhanthi prachodayath
  • 4. Guru Paaduka MantraOm Imkara hreemkara rahasya yukthaSreemkara gudartha maha viboothyaOmkaramarma prathipadhineebyamNamo namaha sri guru padhukabayam
  • 5. Sri BaskararayaVidhyanamcha manunamManusankyanancha vidyanamUpadheshta jayathitharamNarasimhanandanatha guruhuSri Basuranandha guruhu
  • 6. Sri Lalithambika Om Vagbhavesvaryei cha vidhmahekamesvaryei cha Dheemahi thanno shakthy prachodhayath. Aum Sri Lalitha Parameswaryei Namaha
  • 7. Sri KameshwaraOm Jum Saha Thrayambakam yajamahe sugandhim pushti vardhanam Urvarookamiva bandhanath mruthyor muksheeya mamruthath  Aum Sri Kameswaraya Namaha.
  • 8. Sri Vidya “Sri Vidya” is an ancient wisdom of India that encompasses the multi faceted concepts aspiring for Ultimate Realization through the four directional paths, Worship of Mother Goddess, Chanting Mantras, Sri Vidya Meditation and Mukthi Sadhana that lead to emancipation. It has rich philosophical base and practical techniques. It has branches like Kaula Marga, Dhakshina Marga, Misra Marga and Samayachara. Dr.Sri Jagannatha Swami, a doctorate scholar in philosophy emerged from Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai with his in depth knowledge and experience is the one among a few living masters who teaches Samayacha Sri Vidya.
  • 9. Sri ChakraThe Symbol of Universal Harmony
  • 10. Our Humble Pranams to our Vedanta Guru His Holiness Pujya Sri Dhayanandha Saraswathi Swami
  • 11. Our Humble Pranams to our Saiva Sidhantha Guru His Hoilness Perur Adigala
  • 12. Our Humble Pranams to our Sri Vidya Guru His Hoilness Manikanda Swamiga
  • 13. Our Humble Pranams to our Sri Vidya Guru Sri Balasubramaniya Sivacharyal
  • 14. Schools of Sri Vidya Kaula, Mishra, & SamayaSri Vidya considers the universe to be a manifestation of pure consciousness. Through this process of manifesting, consciousness divides itself into two parts, which cannot exist without one another (though appearing to divide, they actually remain one and the same). One aspect remains as a static, formless quality (shiva), while the other is a dynamic, creative aspect (shakti). The two eternally coexist, like word and the meaning, which, though one and the same, are different. The journey of Sri Vidya is to know them both, at once, as one. Through a process of kundalini awakening, the two are eventually experienced in their state of union. In the Himalayan tradition also practiced in South India, Yoga, Vedanta, and Tantra are companion practices.
  • 15. Kaula Tantra Kaula Marga is external Tantra that focuses on concrete practices and rituals. The left-handed Tantrics perform their worships with the use of meat, fish, intoxicants, mudras (certain gestures), and sexual contact. The right-handed Kaula Tantrics perform these rituals only symbolically. Kaula Tantra focuses its practice on the Muladhara chakra, the first chakra, at the base of the spine. The Kaula Tantra practices are training for having control over the lower desires and physical needs of the body. The energy of the kundalini awakening is considered the divine feminine force, and is to be revered rather than used for mere sensual gratification.
  • 16. Mishra Tantra Higher than the Kaula Tantra school is the Mishra school of Tantra. Mishra Tantra performs both external and internal rituals, and is thus a mixture. Mishra means mixed. Mishra Tantra focuses its practice on the Anahata chakra, the fourth chakra, at the heart center, where there is devotion practiced to the mother, feminine, or creative principle of the universe. The Mishra Tantra practices are inner practices (antaryaga), and direct the one-pointed mind inward. The pujas, or rituals are done in the field of mind, and are thus referred to as manas puja, or mental rituals. These pujas are done with feelings of devotion and non- attachment, and do not involve any external objects. The energy from kundalini awakening is brought upward from the root chakra to the heart chakra, the space between the breasts, where it is experienced as a relationship with the divine.
  • 17. Samayachara Sri Vidya Higher than both the Kaula Tantra and Mishra Tantra schools is the Samaya school of Tantra. It is a purely yogic practice, without any external rituals. Its entire purpose is Self- Realization, ultimately leading to moksha, final liberation. The word Samaya literally means "I am with you," referring to the bestowing of shakti from within through shaktipat (not that an external person is with you). Through meditation and this divine inner companionship, the aspirant is guided in non-attachment to the external pleasures, channeling the energy of kundalini awakening ever upward to spiritual union Samaya Tantra seeks to practice at the Sahasrara chakra, the seventh of the seven major chakras, at the crown of the head. Along the upward journey (urdhva retas), each of the other chakras is illumined by the awakened kundalini. The meditators of the Samaya Tantra school focus on the Ajna chakra, in the space between the eyebrows, after which the antaryaga, inner practice, is done in the Sahasrara, crown chakra. Samaya Tantra and Raja Yoga (Yoga Sutras) are similar, though the Samaya Tantra practice is subtler, and is a path practiced by very few people. It is the most advanced of the schools of Yoga and Yoga meditation. Samaya Tantra practices Sri Vidya, the mother of all the vidyas (ways of knowing). Because of its subtler nature, and the fact that the higher teachings are imparted in meditation, rather than on meditation, there is far less written about Samaya Tantra than Kaula Tantra or Raja Yoga. The aspirant purifies the samskaras through the fire of guru chakra, as well as receiving the downward flowing intuitions.
  • 18. Introduction to Chakras
  • 19. Introduction to Chakras Mooladhara – Earth- Nervous system Swathishtana-Water- Reproductive/excretory system Manipuraka-Fire-Digestive System Anahatha-Blood circulatory System Vishudhi-Breathing System Agna- Brain System
  • 20. Feelings and chakras Mooladhara – Desire Swathishtana – Sexual instincts Manipuraka- Fear Anahatha-Anger Vishudhi-Worry Agna- Anxiety/depression
  • 21. Chakras and tastes Mooladhara – Salt Swathishtana – Sweet Manipuraka- Pungent Anahatha- Astringent Vishudhi- Sour Agna- Bitter
  • 22. Disease and Chakras Mooladhara – Nervous disorders (Vadha) Swathishtana – Diabetes and sexual problems(Slethma) Manipuraka-Kidney problems(Pitha) Anahatha-Heart problems(Vadha) Vishudhi-Skin allergies(Vadha) Agna- Psychological disorders(Slethma) Guru Peetam – Chronic diseases(Pitha) Gayathri Peetam-Chronic diseases(Pitha) Sri Vidya Peetam-Bone disorders(Pitha)
  • 23. Problems and Chakras Mooladhara – Memory loss Swathishtana – Strain in relationships Manipuraka-Financial problems Anahatha-Failures Vishudhi- Loss Agna- Stress full life Guru peetam-Misguidance Gaythri peetam-Lack of Spiritual quest Sri Vidya Peetam-Career issues
  • 24. Sri Vidya MeditationOm Om Om…….
  • 25. Mooladhara Earth Centre: (Root or Base centre) MOOLADHARA CHAKRA (for Adhara Chakra): (Sacral) Sacro-Coccygeal Plexus This centre is at the lowest of our ribs. This may be considered to be in the shape of a lotus with four petals. The subjects referred to here as petals are only the energy codes. The Spiritual mind power or Kundalini energy rests here in the form of a serpent of three and a half (turns, in spiral shape) - spirals. In the doctrines of the five elements the root centre or Mooladhara Chakra is the discipline of the earth. In the nine planets system this is Mercury. In the Universe the root is the earth. This is the centre, which forms the basis of self-consciousness, memory, nervous system, intellect and learning. The specific Mantra is Im,
  • 26. Swathishtana The Water Centre: (At the linga or the origin of the reproductive organ) SWATHISHTANA CHAKRA: (Prostatic Plexus) (It is in between the root centre and the navel). It is situated above the root centre and slightly below the navel with six petals in the spinal. Its element is water. Conforming to the theory that all life originated from water, this centre is related with all creations. Its planet is Venus. This is the basis for family life. It may lead to dissatisfaction in conjugal life or impotency, if this centre is blocked or energy less. The mantra is Hreem.
  • 27. Manipuraka Fire Centre: (Naval or Nabhi Centre) MANIPURAKA CHAKRA: (Solar Plexus) This centre with ten petals is located in the spinal chord just directly above the navel. Its element is Fire. The spiritual mind power is enhanced here and develops the act of maintenance or protection. The planet wielding power here is Mars. Labor and the consequent wealth are governed by this centre. The people who improve this centre will be blessed with prosperity. It is the heaven amongst all of the worlds.The mantra is Sreem.
  • 28. AnahathaAir Centre: (Heart Centre) ANAHATHA CHAKRA: (Cardiac Plexus) It is located in the spine focused on the chest, above the heart. It is a lotus with twelve petals. Its element is Air. The spiritual mind power rules here as the force of fury and accomplishes the act of destruction of the EGO. Its planet is Jupiter. In the exalted state of the guru the spiritual mind power destroys arrogance; destroys unrighteousness and upholds justice. Those who energize this centre will be blessed with boundless knowledge and wisdom. Victories and leadership will be theirs. They will also be accepted and respected as Gurus to others. The mantra is Im.
  • 29. Vishudhi Sky Centre : (Throat Centre) VISHUDHI CHAKRA: (Laryngeal Plexus) Its location is the hollow of the throat. This is a centre with sixteen petals. The spiritual mind power rules here, as the doctrine of concealment. Infinite love, sympathy, mercy, attachment and motherliness are parts of this manifestation. This is an ether (space or sky) doctrine. Its ruling planet is Saturn. Those who enhance the spiritual mind power at this centre will be bestowed with divine boundless love.The mantra is Hreem.
  • 30. Agna Conscious Mind Centre (Brow centre or Third Eye centre) AGNA CHAKRA: (Cavemous Plexus) It is the centre located between the eyebrows. It is the lotus with two petals. It is here that the role of the five elements ends and the domination of the mind emerges. The reigning planet is the Moon and its world is the world of reflection. It is this centre, which receives all information with the help of sense organs and manipulates the thought forms.The mantra is Sreem.
  • 31. Guru peetam Sub-Conscious Mind Centre: GURU CHAKRA (Pineal gland) This is at the centre of the head. The sub-conscious mind is the guiding principle for our life. It is the great knowledge, which knows all past, present and future. It helps us to take the right decision at the right time. We should induce the spiritual mind power at this centre in the belief that the divine energy, which guides us, is enshrined here. We should praise our Guru’s feet and feel that it touches our head. The mantra is Im.
  • 32. Gayathri Peetam Super Conscious Mind Centre: GAYATHRI CHAKRA: This is above the sub-conscious mind centre; it is the stage for super conscious mind. By concentrating at this centre we will be relieving ourselves of all impurities. This is the centre, which helps for purification.The mantra is Hreem.
  • 33. Sri Vidya Peetam Supreme Being of Universal Existence: SRI CHAKRA Location of the Thousand Petals: It is the stage where the hands reach to join above the head. We will feel and receive the boundless love of the abundance, and be bestowed with love, wisdom and strength. The realization of spiritual mind power is a simple ecstatic experience. We can sense spiritually the rays of Sun. This meditation is the realization in our-selves of the omnipresent and omnipotent divinity. Worldly life is interpreted only through the eyes of the world. So, the mind is always being attracted towards the world outside; and consequently becomes corrupted. The mantra is Sreem.
  • 34. Shanthi Shanthi Shanthihi Om Om Om…
  • 35. Meditation in the 10th Centre Om Im Hreem Sreem Om
  • 36. Pancha Bhuta Meditation Muladhara – Earth – Lum Swathishtana – Water – Vam Manipuraka – Fire – Ram Anahatha – Air – Yam Vidhudhi – Ether – Ham Agna- Manas – Sum Guru Peetam- Im Gayathri Peetam – Hreem Sri Vidya Peetam – Sreem 10th Centre – Om Im Hreem Sreem Om
  • 37. Navagraha Meditation Muladhara – Mercury – Om Im Om Swathishtana – Venus- Om Sreem Om Manipuraka – Mars- Om Hreem Om Anahatha – Jupiter – Om Sreem Om Vidhudhi – Saturn – Om Srum Om Agna- Moon – Om Kleem Om Guru Peetam- Rahu – Om Hreem Om Gayathri Peetam – Ketu- Om Dhum Om Sri Vidya Peetam – Sun –Om Hreem Om 10th Centre – Om Im Hreem Sreem Om
  • 38. Surya DhyanaHram Hreem Hroom Hraim Hroum Hraha OMHram Hreem Hroom Hraim Hroum Hraha
  • 39. Realization of the Absolute In the text, Vivekachudamini (The Crest Jewel of Discrimination), Adi Shankaracharya relates a symbolic story of the interaction between a teacher and a student. Shankara writes of the final joy of realization of the Absolute, where the student cries out: "The ego has disappeared. I have realized my identity with Brahman [the word for the absolute reality] and so all my desires have melted away. I have risen above my ignorance and my knowledge of this seeming universe. What is this joy that I feel? Who shall measure it? I know nothing but joy, limitless, unbounded! "The ocean of Brahman is full of nectar--the joy of the Atman [the individual Self]. The treasure I have found there cannot be described in words. The mind cannot conceive of it. My mind fell like a hailstone into that vast expanse of Brahmans ocean. Touching one drop of it, I melted away and became one with Brahman. And now, though I return to human consciousness, I abide in the joy of the Atman. "Where is this universe? Who took it away? Has it merged into something else? A while ago, I beheld it--now it exists no longer. This is wonderful indeed! "Here is the ocean of Brahman, full of endless joy. How can I accept or reject anything? Is there anything apart or distinct from Brahman? "Now, finally and clearly, I know that I am the Atman, whose nature is eternal joy. I see nothing, I hear nothing, I know nothing that is separate from me."  OM, shanti, shanti, shanti OM, peace, peace, peace
  • 40. Our Humble Pranams to Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba