Dasa Mahavidya Mantras (Ten wisdom goddesses)
Online Tantra and ParaTan Inner Sakthi Yoga program includes the
learning of the Dasa Mahavidya mantras as our inner deities.
Mantras are generally recited in sequences of 3, 9, 27, 54, 108, etc. Those who
wish to practice specific mantras in accordance with their astrological
strengths and weaknesses, and moon cycles, should follow the listed repetitions
for each. -Always begin each mantra repetition with OM. -Do each Mantra with a
‘Triple-dose of passion’! Mantra for Ganesh (Minimum 9x) It is important to
recite this Mantra for Lord Ganesh before any other mantra, as his mantra
removes the cobwebs around your chakra and nadi system.
OM SHRIM HRIM KLIM GLAUM GANG
GANAPATAYE NAMAH OM
Mother Kali Mantra
Kali's bija mantra or single seed syllable is "krim." which is the power of
action (kriya). Hrim is the mantra of Divine beauty, the descent of grace,
purification and transformation. Hum is a mantra of wrath and warding off
negativity. It also serves to enkindle the fire of spiritual knowledge and Self
inquiry Dakshina is Kali as the power of discernment, which is both right
thought and right action. Kalika is another form of the name Kali. Svaha is the
mantra of consecration to the Divine, particularly as the inner or spiritual
fire of awareness.
Krim krim krim hrim hrim hum hum Daksine
Kalike krim krim krim hrim hrim hum hum Svaha
Krim krim krim hrim hrim hum hum Daksine
Kalike hrim hrim hum hum krim krim krim Svaha
Mother Tara Mantra
Tara's main mantra, her bija or seed-syllable, is Om. Tara relates to the
Divine word, which is Om from which all other sounds and words have its origin.
She is the rising current from the navel chakra to the head
Om tari tu tari turi (swaha) or
The five syllable vidya of Tara, who ferries one across the ocean is
Om Hrim Strim Hum Phat
Her bija or seed syllable is OM Om is the mantra of deliverance (Taraka Mantra),
hrim is the mantra for purification and transformation, Strim is the feminine
nature (stri) and provides the power to give birth to substance. Hum is the
Mantra of divine wrath and protection, as well as knowledge and perceptive
power. Phat also gives protection and destroys obstacles.
Bairavi represents Divine anger and wrath which is directed toward the
impurities within us and negative forces that may interfere with our spiritual
Supreme Goddess of speech
Hsraim hsklrim hssrauh
Om Aim Klim Sauh Tripura Bairavi Svaha
Mother Dhumavati Mantra
Dhumavati is whatever obstructs us in life. What obstructs us in one area can
release a new potential to grow in a different direction. She is good fortune
that comes through us in the form of misfortune. She is the grandmother spirit ,
the great teacher who bestows the ultimate lessons of birth and death that come
through hard experience. Her mantra is essentially the same as her seed-syllable
Dhum, Dhum Dhumavati Svaha!
Mother Maha Tripurasundari Mantra
There are many ways to explain this mantra. Whole books have been written on
it. Below is a short examination of its syllables Relative to the first of the
three sections of the mantra:
Ka is desire or the creator.
E is Maya or the power of illusion.
I is Vishnu or the Divine ruling power.
La is the power of bliss.
Relative to the second section:
Ha is space or breath-
Sa is time.
Ka again is creation.
Ha is breath or spirit renewed in energy.
La again is bliss.
Relative to the third section:
Sa is time as eternity or totality
Ka is origin and also the unknown.
La again is bliss.
Hrim repeated three times brings about a triple transformation of our nature.
Srim added at the end is the crowning glory and realization
ka E I La Hrim Ha Sa Ka Ha La Hrim Sa Ka La Hrim Sauh
“Tri” means three, “Pura” means city, “Sundari” means beauty. The three cities
are the three worlds,- the physical, astral and causal, or matter energy and
thought corresponding with the three states of consciousness; waking dream and
deep sleep. which are symbolized with fire, moon and sun.
She is Divine love which is the central motivating force behind the universe and
which is the original impulse within our own heart.
Mother Bhuvaneshvari Mantra
Bhuvaneshvari can be worshiped with the single syllable Hrim .
She is space, creating space within our own consciousness to give birth to the
divine nature within us,
Om hrim hrim Bhuvaneshvari Svaha
Mother Chhinnamasta Mantra
Chhinnamasta has an extended mantra of fifteen syllables. It is based on her
name as Vajra Vairochani, the effulgent lightning bolt of direct perception. Its
prime seed syllable is Hrim.
She causes us to cut of our own heads (ego sacrifice). She represents the joy of
transcending the body, not the pain of loosing it..She represents the free flow
of energy through the sushumna.
Om srim hrim hrim aim vajra-vairocaniyai hum hum phat
Mother Bagalamukhi Mantra
The prime mantra for Bagalamukhi the seed-syllable Hlrim. The addition of the
la-sound to the mantra Hrim gives it the power to stop things. She represents
the stunning radiance that comes forth from the Divine word and puts all human
or egoistic word to rest..she gives the power of speech that leaves others
silent and grasping for words. Indra Yoni, Heart chakra
Om hlrim bagalamukhi sarvadustanam vacam mukham padam
stambhaya jihvam kilaya buddhim vinaaya hlrim Om svaha!
Mother Matangi Mantra
Matangi can be worshipped by the mantra Aim, which is the mantra sacred to
Sarasvati and is the seed-syllable of wisdom, learning, teaching and hence the
very voice of the guru or inner guide. Matangi herself possesses a longer mantra
of twenty syllables, which includes Aim.
Matangi is the Goddess of sound, the spoken word and of any outward articulation
of our inner highest knowledge including all forms of art music and dance. She
relates to all levels of speech.
Om hrim aim srim namo bhagavati ucchistacandali
sri matangesvari sarvajanavasankari svaha!
Mother Kamalamika Mantra
Kamala's seed-syllable (bija mantra) is the same as that of Lakshmi, Shrim.
Shrim is the great mantra of beauty, abundance, splendor, devotion, surrender,
and refuge. Like Lakshmi it grants all the goals of life up to the highest
liberation. Hence it is one of the most important, auspicious and generally
useful of all bija-mantras.
Om shrim shrim shrim kamalamika namah Om