Yoga in Daily LIfe
A booklet that Manuel Fernandez put together for a conference in which he was representing the Himalayan Tradition "Yoga for Wellness in the Himalayan Yoga Tradition."
OM tryambakaṃ yajāmahe
sugandhiṃ puṣṭi vardhanam
urvārukamiva bandhanān (or bandhanāt)
mṛtyor mukṣīya māmṛtāt
Try-ambakam: Unto Him who is One with the three Mothers (the shaktis of will, knowledge and action); the dweller of ajna and the sahasrara chakras,
Yajāmahe: we offer our very selves in internal sacrifice,
Su-gandhim: Unto Him who awakens our shakti right from the muladhara chakra, thus activating fragrances in our body, prana and mind,
Pushti-vardhanam: Unto him who nourishes all our shaktis, strengthens and increases our devotion by His grace, and makes us advance into the spiritual dimension,
Urvārukam-iva: As a melon drops from the vine upon ripening, so, may we, upon the ripening of the fruits of our actions,
Mukshīya: be released, attain moksha,
Bandhanat, Mrtyoh: from bondage that is death, and thereby,
Ma-amrtāt: may I never again be parted from the immortality (of atman, the Spiritual Self, or parama-atman, the Supreme Self).
Read the complete article: https://ahymsin.org/main/swami-veda-bharati/maha-m-tyunjaya-mantra.html
Year is Fire. Year is Prana;
Wealth of wealth,
the Great Habitat.
May the most holy anointed ones
grant to your year
a clear luminous light of peace
Ity. OM SHREEM SHAM
Swami Veda Bharati, 2014