YAGYA IS SPIRITUAL AND SCIENTIFIC REMEDY FOR PURIFICATION OF BODY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Ygya is a spiritual experiment of sacrificing and sublimating the havana samagri in the fire accompanied by the chanting of Vedic mantras. This is only the outer physical process or ritual of Yagya. which has scientific importance and beneficial effects. This agni-yagya, when performed on a small scale, is known as havan and when performed on a large scale for global welfare it is known as Mahapgya. The word Yagya is derived from the Sanskrit verb which has a three-fold meaning: worship of deities (dompujana). unity (sangatikarana) and charity (dana). The philosophy of-Yagya teaches a way of living in the society in harmony and a lifestyle which promotes and protects higher human values in the society.
Origination and Importance of Yagya
Yagya has its origin in the Vedas. Vedas are the most ancient treasure tree of knowledge known to humanity. Lord Krishna has explained the origination of Yagya in Geeta that: “Sahayajna praja srishtwa purovach prajapatihi I Anena prasavishyadhwam eshawo stwishta Kamadhuk I I “- which Means before the existence of the cosmos, Prajapati Brahma the supreme creator, the eternal source of all existence, had originated Yagya and started the process of generation and expansion of cosmic powers and their boundless expressions resulting in the creation and manifestation of Nature. Yagya (or Yajna) is the name given to a practice that is performed on the basis of true knowledge. It has spiritual significance, which is remembering, being gracious to the God and his Supreme Nature, and for elimination of our imperfections and instilling of positive Qualities within us. The other one is materialistic significance, which is illustrated by the fact that it is a process of purification of the atmosphere as a cumulative effect of various scientific principles.
Maha Mrityunjaya Yagya
The Yagya is performed to get victory over – MRTITYU (death). it is offered to the god Mahamrityunjay (Lord Shiva) who has conquered the death. The Yagya evokes the Lord Shiva within and removes the fear of death, liberating one from the cycle of rebirth. This helps to revitalize health, wealth, a long life, peace, prosperity and happiness. In today’s day, where we are living fast, hectic, competitive and difficult life accidents are a daily affair. When we Perform Mahamrityunjay Yagya in prescribed manner the powerful divine vibrations are generated, which counteract all the negative and evil forces and create a powerful protective shield around us and save us from accident & any kind of mishappenings.
Procedure of Gayatri Yagya Fenn and spirit of wehe ritual .0.hip: pm_._re of rag, Introduction Procedures for Effective Ritual Worship The ,pios and other modes of worship described in the Icarma-kancla section of Vedic Scriptures are not mere routine rituals_ They are extraordinarily potent means of producing creative and occult energies of deeper and higher realms of subtle and invisible dimensions of conciousness. They are a culmination of long and deep res4-ch done by Indian Rishis. They providean audiovisual structure to the human endeavour of realising the divine consciousness within themselves by the practice of the subtle yogasadhann. The unseen powers that lie hidden within us are awakened and given an organised direction by these rituals. Even medicinal qualities can be produced in ordinary substances by applying various ritualistic means to the procedures of making medicines.
Rudra Yagna, words like priceless, heavenly, revitalizing and auspicious come to mind. The hours spent in lines to sit in the Maha Mrityunjaya Sansthan hall and the early mornings were all worth it. As I sat amongst devotees from all nooks and corners of the world, I was overcome by a unique sensation. I felt at peace during the chanting of the Vedas. The Vedas seem to have an exceptional cleansing and energizing property contained within them. Although, in all honesty, I had little idea of what was being chanted, the hairs on my arms seem to stand and chills ran down my spine at times. Perhaps it was the ancient hymns (whose origin is that of mysticism); or perhaps it was the fact that the Maha Yagna, in praise of Lord Rudra, was being performed in the midst of Rudra himself? The series of Bhagawan’s divine discourses only made the experience sweeter.