About the Author
Mr. K.T. Shubhakaran is the author of Book title "Nakshatra Based Predictions with Remedial Measures", which has been acclaimed as a new landmark in the astrological world, by the learneds in astrology. In the present book titled MYSTICAL FORMULAE he has, with his several years of research, brought out rarest remedial measures. This book mainly deals with the proper method of SWARA (SOUND), which is the essence of any mysticism, proper technique of recitation, Asanas (postures) to be used and remedial measures for wealth, health, cure of innumerable diseases which even the modern science has not been able to find answer. Mystical Formulae is in tow Parts. Prt I i.e. the present deals with Mantras and Part II deals with far ancient Yantras. He is by profession a Financial & Administrative Adviser in a Central Government organization.
Mystical Formulae is another synonym for Mantras in the literary sense. The reason why I have selected Mystical Formulae in place of Mantras is that the Mantra actually means The Technique of Verses whereas Mysticism contains both Mantras and various articles used in the attainment of Mantra Siddhi.
Mantras contained in this book are the are rare ones and most powerful. Usually there is a psychological thendecy to adopt a Mantra which has more explanations. Readers are requested not to choose a particular Mantra because it has more explanations. Brevity has been kept for the sake of saving the time of the reader. Unnecessary explanation is not the moto of this book. Hence it is once again re-iterated that the Mantra may be selected as per the requirement of the reader and time available to them. All the Mantras have equal intensity.
From the time immemorial to the mankind, they have been practicing various Mystical, Tantrical and Matrical methods to achieve or fulfil their desires. Desire vary from man to man. One is in need of wealth, another is in need of health and still another is in need of worldly comforts including animatic sexual desires.
Man is its original form has no super natural power. Since the man is entirely a different form of creatre with excellent intelligence and memory, God has been kind enough to impart him, some of HIS super natural powers. But while doing so the technique of receiveness has been made so complicated and intrinsic that a normal or ordinary fellow cannot adopt the technique.
Any Sadhana (Spiritual Practice) requires constant and continuous search and practice. In olden days, these techniques were kept limited to separate sect of human race called Rishis. These Rishis used to spent years together in search of hidden truth of Mysticism within self. Some could achieve the goal by meditating and some took refuge in Mantras, Tantras and in the rare natural articles. The person who secured ultimate knowledge of such Mysticism through meditation and penance were called Rishis or Sanyasis. On the other hand the person who acquired the super natural power through Mantras accompanied with worship of his family deity were called Mantravaadi. Persons who acquired this power through Tantras were called Tantrist.
Desires have no limit. We are all force to take recourse to various short cut method for the accomplishment of desires. Meditation, Mantras and Tantras being few methods among them. If we look at the real purpose of meditation, there is no room for worldly desires. We cannot say that there is no room for desire in meditation because the performance of meditation is the outcome from desire for Moksha. But it is pity that the purpose of modern Sadhaka of meditation seems to be the attainment of wealth and worldly comforts. There is no doubt that the real path of meditation takes us to wealth and comfort initially and Moksha (Salvation) being the final stage. It is imperative in the modern world that empty stomach may not permit the mind to the Salvation stage until we reach the doorstep of meditation. So wealth is also needed for the mind to be in readiness for meditation. This may be HIS subjects seeking Moksha should be given the taste of wealth and comforts initially. Here I may add that a person who had initially not much to eat, will, when given sumptuous food, fill his belly with maximum quantity of food at the initial stages. Lateron, his capacity to eat diminishes slowly and reach the stage from where he had started initially. Like this, when one meditates with sincerity and by observing the correct technique as imparted by our ancients, his surroundings become favourable, wealth flows in, he enjoys the worldly comforts, then the real stage of Salvation comes.
While Meditation is the art of concentration of mind, Mantra is the art of sound vibrations. Manasika (uttering through mind without moving the lips) has been considered to be the best recitation technique. However, I do not agree with this view. Since the Mantra is the art of sound vibrations, recitation should be done loudly. Readers will feel the difference when done on boty the ways. When we utter the sounds loudly, our entire body starts vibrating and the more beneficial effect is that our attention is not diverted and we are completely engulfed in the Mantras. I have experienced that after continuous recitation of Mantras, one feel so hungry that intake of food becomes almost double.
For successful accomplishment of Mantra Siddhi the Sadhaka must follow the following codes: 1. Take bath with water before the commencement of recitation.
2. Purify himself with Sakali-karan (Purificatory) Mantras and other techniques mentioned in the chapter dealing with Sakalikaran.
3. Use the correct Asana.
4. Use the correct Mudra.
5. Wear the correct colured dress.
6. Recitation should be done in front of your favourate deity.
7. Lit oil lamp and incences.
8. Offer flowers, banana, coconut and other eatables to the idol of deity before and after recitation. Offer them after each recitation wherever it is mentioned.
9. Keep a separate place for recitation.
10. Keep a vegetarian food.
11. Observe complete Brahmacharya (no sex) throughout the period of recitation.
12. Recite the Mantras with clarity, correct pronunciation and by giving pause between words. Don't be in a hurry. Recitation for the sake of completion of the requisite number of Mantras will not take the Sadhaka anywhere. Sadhaka must involve himself in HIM as also in the Mantra.
13. Keep it a point that before the commencement of recitation think in your mind the purpose for which you are performing the Sadhana (Practice).
14. Mantra for Ucchattan and Vasheekaran (inflicting injury or harm to another and infatuation) should be used only in a rare case. There is always danger of anti-effect to self on these two types of Mantras.
15. Use Rosary (Mala) for counting.
I have further thousands of Mantras in my custody. These are very long, complicated and rare. My intention is that the readers should first be acquinted with the Mantras which are not much time consuming and not much complicated but most powerful. I will be bringing out the next mantras shortly. In addition, I intend to bring out a separate volume on Tantras which are again very rare, shortly. The work is already in progress.
Some of the Mantras have already been tried and found to be the best result giver.
My sincere thanks to Ms Priya K.T. for helping me in the codification and Ms Ina Narula for the design of the cover page.
Above all, I am grateful to Mr. Narinder Sagar of M/s Sagar Publications, 72, Janapath, Ved Mansion, New Delhi for having given me the encouragement for the codification of this book. May God be with him always.
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