Dhyana Slokas (Gajananam) Mantra

Dhyana Slokas (Gajananam) Mantra


Gajananam Mantra is well known around the world in present day Yoga practices. Typically Gajananam chant is sung at the beginning of every Sivananda Yoga Asana class. This mantra can be recited or sung before the any activity & before starting each day. At the closing of each Sivananda vinyasa class the protection Mantra “Om Trayambakam” is sung.

Lyrics for Dhyana Slokas (Gajananam)

 

Om

Gajananam Bhutaganadi Sevitam

Kapitta Jambu Phala Sara Bhakshitam

Uma Sutam Shokavinasha Karanam

Namami Vigneshvara Pada Pankajam

Shadananam Kunkuma Raktavarnam

Mahamatim Divya Mayura Vahanam

Rudrasya Sunum Surasainya Natham

Guham Sadaham Sharanam Prapadye

Ya Kundendu Tushara Hara Dhavala

Ya Shubra Vastravrita

Ya Vina Varadanda mantita Kara

Ya Sveta Padmasana

Ya Brahmaachyuta Sankara Prabhitibhir

Devai Sada Pujita

Sa Mam Patu Sarasvati Bhagavati

Nishyesha Jatyapaha

Om Namah Sivaya Gurave

Sat Chid Ananda Murtaye

Nisprapanchaya Shantaya

Sivanandaya Te Namaha

Sri Vishnu Devanandaya Te Namaha

Om Sarva Mangala Mangalye

Shive Sarvatha Sadhike

Sharanye Tryambake Gauri

Naraayani Namostute

Naraayani Namostute

Om Shantih Shantih Shantih

The Gajananam is a powerful mantra to bring the mind inward. It is a great mantra to focus one’s energy when beginning something new. The Dhyana Slokas (Gajananam) is a prayer for healing through receptivity and proper effort. The mantra is a chant for endurance, and victory over inertia, dysfunction & disease. May the self behold the deep spiritual knowledge and wisdom attained by masters who have stood in the very same place you stand, at this moment. With this mantra may we feel vitalized. Dhyana Slokas (Gajananam) is a prayer to be sustained by that which we earnestly achieve, through the grace of the ultimate power (Shakti) of the universe. May all beings be at peace and prosper. Namaste.

 

 

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