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Goraksha-mantra

Recite asana-laganeka mantra and sit on the asana. Asana should be in the form of bedding of thick fabric, you can also put a mat under it. It is advisable to sit facing east or north. If one regularly recites the mantra facing east – vashikarana siddhis will be developed (the ability to influence, control); if facing south – one acquires the powers of witchcraft; reciting facing west brings wealth; reciting facing north brings tranquility of mind and promotes moksha.

āsana-laganeka-mantra
(mantra for asana)

sat namo ādeś | gurujī ko ādeś | om gurujī | satya kī dhartī satya kā ākāś | satya kī mālā satya kī jāp satya kā āsan satya kā pūt | āsan baiṭhe yogī avadhut | āsan brahmā indr | āsan baiṭhe hari govind | āsan baiṭhe japīye jāp koṭi janm ke utarante pāp | āsan baiṭhe sinhāsan baiṭhe baiṭhe girī kī cāyā | pānc tatv se le āsan baiṭhe satguru satya kā śabda sunāyā | binā mantr āsan lagāya so yogī narak ko jāy | mantr pařh āsan lagāya so yogī amarpur jāy śrīnāth jī gurujī ko ādeś | ādeś |

Greetings to Supreme Being, Adesh! Adesh to Guruji! Greetings to Guruji, the truth of heaven and earth, the truth of the prayer-beads and japa, of asana the truth. Greetings to asana, where yogis and avadhutas sit. Greetings to asana of Brahma, Indra, asana of Hari Govinda; asana as a place of recitation of japa, as a great cessation of the processes of birth and sin. Greetings to asana of the "tiger's" seat and "the presence of the Himalayas’ shadow". Presence of the five elements on the asana, perceived from Sadguru. By the main mantra recited over asana, a yogi conquers hell Naraka. By reciting the mantra over asana, a yogi attains the abode of immortality. Glory to Nath and Guruji, Adesh! Adesh!

Having recited the asana-mantra, honor Ganesha by a mantra received from the Guru, or one can also recite a short mantra once, thus welcoming Ganapati.

gaṇeśa-gāyatrī

sat namo ādeś | gurujī ko ādeś | om ġurujī | om vakra tuṇḍāya vidmahe ekadantāya dhīmahi tanno gaṇeśāya pracodayāt | om gaṁ gaṁ gaṇapatie namo ādeś | śrī nāthajī gurujī ko āadeś |

To Supreme Being Adesh! To Guruji Adesh! Greetings to Guruji. Om. Let us meditate on Ganapati, who is Vakratunda (the Lord with the curved trunk). May that Ekadanta (the Lord who has only one tusk) inspire and illumine our mind and understanding. Glory to Nath and Guruji, Adesh! Adesh!

After reciting ganesha-gayatri, one should recite goraksha-gayatri (shabar-mantra) one time.

gorakṣa-gāyatrī

sat namo ādeś | guru jī ko ādeś | oṁ guru jī | alakh nirañjan kaun svarupī boliye | alakh niranjan jyoti svarupī boliye | omakāre śivarupī sankhyā ne sādhurupī madhyāhe hams rupī hams paramahams do akṣar guru to gorakṣ kāyā to gāyatrī oṁ brahmāsohaṁ śakti-śunya mātā avigat pitā abhaya panth acal padavī niranjan gotr vihangam jāti asankhya pravar anant śākhā sūkṣm ved ātmajñānī brahmajñānī śrī oṁ goṁ gorakṣanāthāya vidmahe-śūnya putrāya dhīmahī tanno-gorakṣ niranjan pracodayāt etā gorakṣ gāyatrī jāp sampūrṇ bhayā | śrī nātha jī gurujī ko ādeś | ādeś |

Let there be will of the Supreme Being, let there be will of Guru. Oh, Guruji! Who is he? He, who is free from any signs, he, who is clear and shining? (clarify this to me). Shiva is in the form of Omkara, manifested in the form of a saint inside the Hamsa form. Hamsa and Paramahamsa are in the form of two syllables. Guru is definitely Gorakshanath, the body is Gayatri. I worship to Brahma, to the power of Soham, to Mother Void, to the manifested father, to the fearless path, to a permanent state, to a purest family clan, whose life mission is like a flight, who is in countless Rishis, countless branches, which are going from the essence of Vedas, who knows Atman and Brahman. The one who knows the Entity, who knows Atman. Om GOM, let us perceive Gorakshanath, the son of the void. While meditating on him, let us be inspired by spotless Goraksha! Glory to Natha and Guruji, Adesh! Adesh!

After that recite the Guru Gorakshanatha Mantra itself on beads, do at least one mala (108 recitations). The Mantra is “Om Shiva Goraksha Yogi”.


© Shri Natha Rahasya (2010), pp. 241-244