Bija Mantras

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Tantra is the Alchemy of Living.

To feel the energy of Tantra, we must experience Shiva/Sakthi Dance

It is an important time in human existence on Earth. We are the only species on Earth who do not work with the will of the Universe. Religion for the past few thousand years has prevented us from having direct contact with the divine. Religion has place God/Goddess as being outside of us, and our need to worship this God/Goddess for our salvation.

The Microcosm and the Macrocosm are one; as such we need to seek the God/Goddess, elements, and planets within. We have to work in harmony with the Macrocosm, and this is only possible when we come to understand the Microcosm (the self)

We are the only species that does not work in harmony with the universal law, this is not to say that we are bad, just that a few in the name of religion needing to control us, hid the truth from us for 1000s of years.

The Father of ParaTan and Master of the Living Goddess mission is to help those who seek to reconnect with the Divine within.

To start the journey one has to ponder ever the question, where from we have come, why we have taken this birth, where and how we are going. ParaTan will have you find the answers.

The Goddess/God has provided us way of living through the form of Tantra. These teachings are not written by any one person, but by many seers. Tantra does not have a beginning, neither an End. It a way of Live, thus it is a living teaching.

Firmly believe that this teaching shall make you understand this principle comprehensively as it has helped many seers.

We call the Omnipresent who are present everywhere as God/Goddess. We should open our hearts, and install them within it, so that every of our action, is their doing.

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Om is namely the Energy (Nada) in Sadakhya Tattva which, springing from Shiva-Sakthi Tattva, “solidifies” itself as the creative Power of the Lord (Bindu or Ishvara Tattva) manifesting in the Trinity or Creative Energies.“Om” is considered as the Source of all. As it is recited, the idea arises in the mind corresponding with the sound which has been said to be the expression on the gross plane of that subtle “sound” which accompanied the first creative vibration. When rightly uttered this great syllable has an awe-inspiring effect. Om (The thought is directed to the three-fold Energy of the One as represented by the three letters of which. Om is composed, namely, A or Brahma, the Sakthi which creates; U or Vishnu, the Sakthi which maintains; and M or Rudra, the Sakthi which “destroys,”that is, withdraws the world.
“OM, tat and sat has been declared as the triple appellation of Brahman, who is Truth, Consciousness and Bliss.”

Third Eye

Mantra for Matangi an aspect of Sarasvati -Use it for Intelligence. The word ‘Aim’ in above mantra denotes Vachana Sakthi, the power of articulation, calling, guiding and teaching Aim gives strength to Om thus allowing both the pineal and pituitary

Of the endocrine organs, the function of the pineal gland was the last discovered. Located deep in the center of the brain, the pineal gland was once known as the “third eye.” The pineal gland produces melatonin, which helps maintain circadian rhythm and regulate reproductive hormones.

The pituitary gland is a pea-sized structure located at the base of the brain, just below the hypothalamus, to which it is attached via nerve fibers. It is part of the endocrine system and produces critical hormones, which are chemical substances that control various bodily functions

Aim is also the bija sound for Mercury. Mercury is the great messenger of the Gods. He is the planet, which represents speech, communication and commerce on all levels. In his lower function he organises and articulates material resources. On a higher level she connects us with our inner capacities the powers of the mind.

Third Eye, Solar plexus, Navel and also the left lip of the Yoni

This is Bija Mantra of Ganesha. Ga means Ganesha, la means that which pervades, au means lustre or brilliance, and bindu is the dispeller of sorrow.

Bija Mantra for lord Ganesh, this bija sound add strength to the first two mantras, the tone and frequency has to make the sound travel to the back of the neck and travel to the base chakra clearing the cobwebs along the way
HRIM (pronounced Hreem) governs over the cosmic magnetic energy and the power of the soul and causal body. It is the prime mantra of the Great Goddess and ruler of the worlds and holds all her creative and healing powers. HRIM is the mantra of the Divine Maya that destroys the worldly maya. It has a solar quality to it but more of a dawn-like effect.

HRIM awakens us at a soul or heart level, connecting us to Divine forces of love and attraction. It is charming and alluring, yet purifying. Through it we can control the illusion power of our own minds.

In Vedic terms HRIM is a mantra of the Sun, particularly in terms of illumination. It increases our aspiration and receptivity to Divine Light, wisdom and truth. It opens the lotus of the heart to the inner Sun of consciousness. It is a mantra of the region of heaven or the consciousness space in which the worlds exist.

Right side of the body and the Yoni.

SHRIM (pronounced Shreem) is a mantra of love, devotion and beauty. SHRIM is a Lakshmi mantra, the Goddess of Beauty and divine grace. Yet Shrim works at a deeper level than merely to give us the good things of life, including health. It takes us to the heart and gives faith and steadiness to our emotional nature. Shrim allows us to surrender to, take refuge in, or be immersed in whatever we offer the mantra to. It is the mantra of beauty and delight and has a pleasing lunar quality. It also relates to the head and can be used to flood the senses with divine beauty and delight. It promotes health and aids in fertility and rejuvenation.

The left side of the body and harmonious energy within t womb.


Krishna-Mantra: Klim or bijaksara of Kama could also be used in the second chakra area. The Kama Bija is “Klim.” When the “Ka” and “La” are eliminated, the remaining “im” is called kamakala, which is in the turīya state. In the Lalitā, verse 225, Devi is called creatrix of the mantra Klim (“klimkarī”). Klimkara is Sivakama, and She is His wife.

Kidney area, just below the rib cage and the Yoni.

KRIM (pronounced Kreem) governs over prana as lightning or electrical energy. KRIM grants all spiritual faculties and powers – from the arousing of Kundalini to opening the third eye. It has a special power relative to the lower chakras, which it can both stimulate and transform. It helps awaken and purify the subtle body.

KRIM is the great mantra of Kali, the Goddess of energy and transformation. It is also the mantra of Indra, the supreme deity of the Vedas, the Divine as the cosmic lord and enlightenment force. KRIM is the thunderbolt or vajra that destroys the serpent of the ignorance and releases the light of absolute truth. As a mantra of work and transformation, KRIM is the mantra of Kriya Yoga, the Yoga of practice. It is the main mantra of the Yoga Sakthi. KRIM carries the supreme life force. It is a strong mantra; use it with care.

Throat and Second Chakra

The prime mantra for Bagalamukhi the seed-syllable Hlriim. The addition of the la-sound to the mantra Hrim gives it the power to stop things. This mantra is traditionally chanted to: 1) stop all internal foes–in the form of fears, doubts, worries, ego, etc. And 2) paralyze external foes: those who wish to do you harm to you in some way, especially in the form of speech and written word: she stops the negative speech and harmful intentions of others towards you.

Right lip of the Yoni

The Sakthi bija. The Divine Energy in the sound of the syllable “Sauh” is associated with the third eye (Ajna) chakra. It is a ‘Sakthi’ (Power) activating sound

HUM (pronounced Hoom) is a Vedic mantra of Agni or fire. It is the mantra used to make offerings into the sacred fire. It is also used to call or invoke the fire and to make it flame up more brilliantly. HUM is a mantra of the inner fire or thermogenic force. It represents the soul hidden the body, the Divine immanent in the world. It both calls the divine down into us and offers our soul upward to the Divine for transformation in the sacred fire of awareness. HUM is a Shiva mantra; but it is also a mantra of Chandi, the fierce form of Kali. It is used to destroy negativity and creates great passion and vitality. It governs the earth and the material sphere in general.
HUM is a powerful mantra; hence it should be used carefully. However, it can be used in a gentler manner to invoke divine grace and protection. Through it we can offer ourselves or our afflictions into the Divine for purification and transformation.

HRIM, KLIM, HUM, and SHRIM are four great Goddess mantras that govern the prime forms of energy as magnetic force, electrical force, heat, and delight. These four mantras can be used together with OM to get an extremely powerful mantra:

This brings about an integral development of body, mind and soul in harmony with the Divine or inner Self.

BRIHASPATI= He’s a Vedic deity, personification of piety and religion, the chief offerer of prayer and sacrifices .he is the god of “wisdom” and “eloquence”. Third eye. Here you could also use Aim (Goddess of wisdom

The third eye