[Advaita-l] Nitya Karma Question
GOBICHETTIPALAYAM VENKATAGIRI RAMASWAMY
gvramaswamy at gmail.com
Wed Mar 14 03:41:54 CDT 2012
can someone explain about prayaschita argya.- Whether prayaschita
argya has to be given when sandyavandana is performed beyond the
On 3/14/12, Venkata sriram P <venkatasriramp at yahoo.in> wrote:
> Intention was not to say that throw your anuSTAna to winds but to catch the
> *right spirit* behind this karma kANDa. Also we can't say that by
> performance of sandhya & agni kArya, he is following his *swa-dharma* which
> has a broader definition. And hence,
> the reference to the sutra was cited. BTW, request you to read the
> commentary of
> that sutra carefully.
> Is there some other small Karma instead of Soma Yaga in the Dharma Sastras.
> Frankly speaking, the question posed indicates lack of seriousness
> in one's own anuSTAna.
> Frankly, speaking how many are doing the sandhyavandana *as it ought to be
> without performing prAyaschitta arghya.
> What is your bhAvana while doing achamana, prANAyAma, mArjana mantra,
> pApa puruSa dahana etc. Are you able to visualize the *burning of sins*
> chanting *drupAdAtiva munchatu*. How many cycles of prANAyAma are being
> done by you or is it just for namesake by holding the tip of nose.
> What is your bhAvana while chanting "manyukArSin mantra*. What do you
> by *dadhikrAvaNNaH* and why it should be invoked in the mouth for vAk
> shuddhi as
> *surabhinO mukhA....*.
> Coming to gAyatri dhyAna, are you able to visualize the *bhargas* of
> *Savita*. If yes,
> what is the colour of that jyoti. What does the colours of 5 faces of
> gAyatri as
> muktA, vidruma, ....dhavaLa signify. Are you able to literally see those
> colours. If yes,
> where does it shine and what does it signify inside our body.
> Request your findings / observations during performance of sandhya.
> We will talk about agnihotra later.....
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