The Powers of Gayatri Mantra

Yogi's all across the world tend to preach with the utilisation of mantras and chants. It is important to note that each mantra however, serves a certain purpose and the distinction of these mantras should not be overlooked. 

Gayatri Mantra is composed of twenty-four sound-syllables.  Each sound-syllable is the energy of any one of the twenty four gods, and Gayatri is a combination of the energy of them all. 

Each energy is of a different nature and serves a different purpose. Doing japa of the desired mantra daily can help in obtaining the desired energy.  One mala each day in the early mornings hours is sufficient.

Gayatri Mantras:

  1.  Ganesh Gayatri:  For removing obstacles. 

AUM EIKDANTAYE VIDMAHE VAKRATUNYE SHI-MAHI

TAN NO BUDDHIH PRACHODAYAT

  1. Vishnu Gayatri:  For welfare of one’s family

AUM NARAYANE VIDMAHE, VASUDEVYAE DHI-MAHI

TAN NO VISHNU PRACHODAYAT

  1. Shiva Gayatri:  For easing problems and for peace and prosperity. 

AUM PANCHVAKTRAYE VIDMAHE, MAHADEVYE DHI-MAHI

TAN NO BUDRA PRACHODAYAT

 

  1. Bramha Gayatri:  To increase productivity

AUM PARMESWARYE VIDMAHE, PARATATVAYE DHI-MAHI

TAN NO BRAHMA PRACHODAYAT

  1. Ram Gayatri:  For security, increase in name and status

Aum DASHRATHAYE VIDAMAHE, SITA BALLABHAYE DHI-MAHI

TAN NO RAMAH PRACHODAYAT

  1. Krishna Gayatri:  For success in job, increase in creativity

AUM DEVKINANDANAYE VIDMAHE, VASUDEVAYE DHI-MAHI

TAN NO KRISHNAH PRACHODAYAT

  1. Indra Gayatri:  For security in aggression, war

AUM SAHATRA-NETRAYE VIDMAHE, VAJRAAS-TRAYE DHI-MAHE

TAN NO INDRAH PRACHODAYAT

  1. Hanuman Gayatri:  For increasing love in performing duties, selfless service

AUM ANJANEYE VIDMAHE, MAHABALAYE DHI-MAHI

TANNO HANUMAN PRACHODAYAT

  1. Surya Gayatri:  For curing disease, freedom from ailments

AUM BHASKARAYE VIDMAHE, DIVAKRARAYE DHIMAHI

TANNO SURYA PRACHODAYAT

  1. Chandra Gayatri:  For  subduing anxiety, pessimism, worries, psychosis, neurosis

AUM KSHIRPUTRAYE VIDMAHE, AMRIT-TATTVAYE DHI MAHI

TANNO CHANDRAH PRACHODAYAT

  1. Yama Gayatri:  For freedom from fear of death

AUM SURYA-PUTRAYE VIDMAHE, MAHA KALAYE DHI-MAHI

TANNO YAMAH PRACHODAYAT

  1. Varuna Gayatri:  To increase love between man and woman

AUM JALBIMBAYE VIDMAHE, NIL PURUSHAYE DHI-MAHI

TANNO VARUNAH PRACHODAYAT

  1. Narayan Gayatri:  To increase administrative power

AUM NARAYANAYE VIDMAHE, VASUDEVAYE DHI-MAHE

TANNO NARAYAN PRACHODAYAT

  1.  Narsingh Gayatri:  To increase the ability to help others

AUM UGRANARSINGHAYE VIDMAHE, VAJRANAKHAYE DHI-MAHI

TANNO NARSINGH PRACHODAYAT

  1.  Durga Gayatri:  For victory over obstacles, enemies, pains, and sufferings

AUM GIRJAYE VIDMAHE, SHIV PRIYEY DHI MAHI

TANNO DURGA PRACHODAYAT

  1. Lakshmi Gayatri:  For wealth, luxuries, status, promotion in job

AUM MAHALAKSHMAYE VIDMAHE, VISHNU PRIYAYE DHI MAHI

TANNO LAKSHMHI PRACHODAYAT

  1. Radha Gayatri: To increase deovotion, divine love

AUM VRASHBHANUJAYE VIDMAHE, KRRISHNAPRIYAYE DHI-MAHI

TANNO RADHA PRACHODAYAT

  1.  Sita Gayatri:  To increase power to work on oneself, penance, and tolerance

AUM JANAKNANDNIYE VIDMAHE, BHUMIJAYEDHI-MAHI

TANNO SITA PRACHODAYAT

  1. Saraswati Gayatri:  For memory, wisdom, knowledge, creativity

AUM SARASWATEYE VIDMAHE, BRAMAPUTRIYE DHI-MAHI

TANNO SARASWATI PRACHODAYAT

  1. Agni Gayatri:  To provide vitality and ojas to body, mind, prana, and all sense organs, including the four internal organs and all work organs

AUM MAHAJWALAYE VIDMAHE, AGNIDEVAYE DHI-MAHI

TANNO AGNIH PRACHODAYAT

  1. Prithvi Gayatri:  For stability, patience, cooperation

AUM PRITHVIDEVYE VIDMAHE, SHASTRA MOORTAYE DHI-MAHI

TANNO PRITHVI PRACHODAYAT

  1.  Kam Gayatri:  To increase sensuality, sexual satisfaction, sexual power, vitality, vigor, stamina

AUM KAMDEVAYE VIDMAHE, PUSHPVANAYE DHI-MAHI

TANNO KAMAH PRACHODAYAT

  1.  Hans Gayatri:  To increase vivek (Power of discrimination)

AUM PARAMHANSAYE VIDMAHE, MAHAHANSAYE DHI MAHI

TANNO HANSAH PRACHODAYAT

  1.  Hayagriv Gayatri:  To increase courage, remove fear of all kinds

AUM VANISHWARAYE VIDMAHE, HAYAGRIVAYE DHI-MAHE

TANNO HAYAGRIV PRACHODAYAT

Using the aforementioned Gayatri Mantras, one can slowly take the steps forward in order to embody a lifestyle like that of a Yogi. 

The Legend of Yogi Berra

"Yogi Berra was an American original – a Hall of Famer, jovial prophet, & a humble veteran." 
– Barack Obama

Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra was an American professional baseball catcher, manager, and coach who played 19 seasons in Major League Baseball. He was recognized as an 18-time All-Star and a 10-time World Series champion.

Yogi Berra

Lawrence Peter Berra

Positions: Catcher and Outfielder
Bats: Left, Throws: Right
Height: 5' 7", Weight: 185 lb.

Born: May 121925 in St. Louis, MO
Signed by the New York Yankees as an amateur free agent in 1943
Debut: September 22, 1946 (Age 21.133, 7,924th in MLB history)   vs. PHA 4 AB, 2 H, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 0 SB
Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1947 season [*]
Teams (by GP): Yankees/Mets 1946-1965

Last Game: May 9, 1965 (Age 39.362)   vs. MLN 4 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
Inducted into the Hall of Fame by BBWAA as Player in 1972 (339/396 ballots).
  
Died: September 222015 in West Caldwell, NJ (Aged 90.133)
Buried: Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery, East Hanover, NJ
Relatives: Father of Dale Berra

A Fairytale Career

Standing at a mere five-foot-seven, Yogi Berra was often overlooked througout his career as the runt of the litter and an undersized player that was in way over his head.  Proving everyone wrong, Berra went on to win the most valuable player in the American League award on three occassions, and played in more World Series games than any other player in history.

To top off his outstanding accomplishements, Yogi Berra was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., in 1972.Yogi Berra would don a Yankees uniform again as a manager, leading the Yankees to the American League pennant 1964, and briefly again in the mid-1980s.

The Ten Karmas of Mantras For A Yogi

In the world of Yogi, there are 10 karmas of mantras that one must familiarise themselves with and follow in order to maintain a blissful presence. They are, as outlined below: 
 

  1. SHANTI (PEACEFUL) KARMA: Mantras that free one from diseases, psychological problems, fear, illusions, and worldly and environmental troubles; and mantras done without any desire for reward, power, or attachment.
     
  2. ISTAMBHAN (PARALYZING) KARMA: Mantras used to stop the movement of any living thing or inanimate object in nature.
     
  3. MOHAN (ATTRACTING) KARMA: Mantras used to attract a man, woman, or animal. Mesmerism and hypnotism come under this category. Also known as SAMMOHAN.
     
  4. UCHCHATAN: Mantras used to disturb the mental equilibrium of any living being. Such a mantra increases doubt, uncertainty, fear, and delusion, and the person influenced by it starts acting as if possessed.
     
  5. VASHIKARAN: Mantras used to enslave somebody. The one on whom the mantra is used loses his own discrimination and will and becomes like a puppet. Vashikaran means controlling the consciousness of the one on whom the mantra is used. (Vash = control, karan = doing) 
     
  6. AKARSHAN: Mantras used to attract somebody who is living at a distant place. 
     
  7. JRAMBHAN: Mantras used to change behavioral pattern, so that the one on whom the mantra is used starts acting the way the one using the mantra wants.
     
  8. VIDWESHAN: Mantras used to create opposition between two individuals. This kind of mantra creates anger, hatred, jealousy, and aggression in both individuals toward each other. With others their behavior remains as usual; it only changes with the one whom the user of the mantra chooses, and the result is animosity.
     
  9. MARAN: Mantras used to kill somebody. This kind of use of mantra brings instanteous death without any physical ailment or disorder.
     
  10. PUSHTI KARMA: Mantras used to increase one's own or another's wealth, name, fame, goodwill, social status, power, etc. Also known as PAUSTIK. 

It is important to not only recognize each one of these karmas, but to also appreciate them as a whole and to appreicate the balance of the ten.