Health Pooja

 

Dhanvantri Puja For Good Health

Special Dhanvantari puja  is performed every year on the birthday celebration of lord dhanvantari which falls on dhanteras i.e two days before deepavali. Apart from thistantra sadhaks also conduct dhanvantari puja on the auspicious days of Ashtami, Ekadashi, trayodasi, amavasya and monday of every month.
Dhanvantari puja is performed on the above days in the hora's of guru and budh which are the most appropriate time auguring favourable circumstances and good luck to obtain good health. This tantrik puja is performed to invoke the blessings of lord dhanvantari to cure all the diseases and other health ailments. By this puja divine intervention of the divine physician is bestowed and the positive energy is absorbed by the ailing person.
During the puja of Lord Dhanwantari, 108 medicinal herbs are offered into the sacrificial fire. These herbs emits medicinal properties throughout the environment, whereby they relieve the effected person from all physical ailments. Thefore this puja proves to be a powerful remedy for those suffering from diseases.
Acharya Prashant Priyadarshan ji recommends that each and every person should get this puja performed once in a year or as and when required for self and family to overcome from disease and health problems.

Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra Jaap


Maha Mrityunjaya mantra, the Great Death-Conquering mantra is dedicated to Rudra as found in the Rig Veda. Maha mrityunjaya literally means the great victory over death. It is related with Shiva, the destroyer of ignorance, and the liberator from the cycle of death and rebirth.This mantra has many names and forms. It is also known as the Rudra mantra, Tryambakam mantra and Mrita-Sanjivini mantra because it has a component of the "life-restoring" and potency to give protection with manifold blessings.
Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is one among the finest Mantra's in Indian Mythology and Spirituality belongs to Lord Shiva.It is a combination of three hindi language words i.e. "Maha" which means Great , "Mrityun" means Death and "Jaya" means Victory which turns into Conquer or victory over death. It is also known as "Rudra Mantra" or "Trayambakam Mantra". Rudra refers to Lord Shiva.
The Great Mantra is : Om Trayambakam Yajamahe, Sugandhim Pushti Vardhanam,
Urvarukmiv Bandhanat, Mrityurmokshaya Mamratat.

Meaning of Mantra:

Trayambakam : One who has three eyes. Lord Shiva is the only one who have it.
Yajamahe: One who is prayed or worshiped.
Sugandhim: Good Smell.
Pushti: Prosperous, Fulfilled.
Vardhanam: One who makes happy, prosperous, gives peace of mind and takes care about you.
Urvarukmiv: Like it or no one else.
Bandhanat: Associated or bonding.
Mrityur: From Death.
Mokshaya: Free us or send us heaven.
Ma: Not
Amritat: Immortal.

Over all meaning of entire Mantra is :We concentrate on our third eye which lies behind the two eyes and this gives us the power to feel you and by this we feel happy,satisfied and peace in life. We know immortality is not possible but some extension can be given to our death by your powers Lord Shiva.

Lord Hanuman Puja for Good Health:-

Lord hanuman, son of pavan dev and mata anjani was born on tuesday, full moon day in the chaitra masa as per hindu calender. On this day every year his birthday is celebrated as hanuman jayanti. He is marked for his sound health, physical strength, power, confidence and longevity. He is also known as one of the saptachiranjeevi.
Puja and anusthan of lord hanuman is performed by tantric rituals to gain immediate recovery from prolonged illness, mental weakness, Hanumat tantrik puja and daan are performed for severe illness of children upto 12 years which is also called balarista yog, arogya poojan for individuals who are constantly ill due to one or the other reason.

Rudrabhisek pooja 


Literal meaning, Ritual bath (Abhishek) of the Siva Lingam, this special Yagya includes the recitation of the 200 verses of Rudra from Yajur Veda. Many householders in India,perform this Yagya on annual basis, for materialistic as well as spiritual gains. It is very much auspicious to doing Rudrabhisek Yagya in the month of Shravan (Sawan).
Sponsors of this Yagya often report a distinct increase in sweetness of consciousness as well as enhanced support of their external environment. This Pooja has been found extremely helpful in healing from physical as well as spiritual enemies.
Rudrabhisek Yagya is a tradition of worshipping Lord Shiva in his Rudra avatar, in which a Shivalinga is bathed with water and other materials, which are constantly poured above it, along with chanting of Vedic mantra called the Rudra Suktha. This Yagya has been appreciated by all Vedic scriptures as one of the greatest Pujas.
This Yagya, if done with authentic Rudrabhisek Puja Vidhi, becomes glorifying ritual of the deity in which materials like coconut water, Ghee (clarified butter), Cow's milk, curds (Yogurt), rice honey, sugar cane juice, finely ground sugar,  water and similar stuff, which are thought to be dearer to Shiva are regurgitated on the Shiva Linga.
The Rudrabhisek Vidhi starts with the Ganesh Laxmi pooja in the morning. Throughout the day, the Abhishek of Shivlingas is done with various materials as mentioned above. Afterward the Bhavya Shringaar of Shivlinga is done with the Bilva Patra and Lotus flowers. At the end of Yagya 108 Divya Aartis is accomplished. This Yagya gives a wonderful result to give wealth, fulfillment, and taking away of negativities, purify the bad karma & give the shield in life. The whole Yagya process is completed by Sadhakas distributing prasadam.

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