Maha Mrityunjaya homam is one of the most effective  spiritual process of healing – to survive and rejuvenates anybody who is under a life threat or fighting against death. Maha Mrityunjaya homam is thousands and thousands of years old spiritual process which is performed by invoking Lord Shiva in the form of  MAHAKAL – the ultimate force of the universe who is believed to be capable of preventing death and can rejuvenate anybody who is fighting against death.

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MAHA  MRUTHYUNJAYA   BEEJA  MANTHRAM
We all  either  know  or  have heard about  Maha Mruthyunjaya Mantra:

ॐ त्र्यम्बकं यजामहे सुगन्धिं पुष्टिवर्धनम् ।उर्वारुकमिव बन्धनान् मृत्योर्मुक्षीय मामृतात्
(oṁ tryambakaṁ yajāmahe sugandhiṁ puṣṭi-vardhanam urvārukam-iva bandhanānmṛtyormukṣīya māmṛtāt ǁ)

meaning word by word:

ॐ oṁ                                           = is a sacred/mystical syllable in Sanatan Dharma or hindu religions, i.e. Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism.
त्र्यम्बकम् tryambakam                = the three-eyed one (accusative case),  त्रि + अम्बकम् = tri + ambakam = three + eye
यजामहे yajāmahe                        = We worship, adore, honour, revere,
सुगन्धिम् sugandhim                  = sweet smelling, fragrant (accusative case),
पुष्टि puṣṭi                                   = A well-nourished condition, thriving, prosperous, fullness of life,
वर्धनम् vardhanam                      = One who nourishes, strengthens, causes to increase (in health, wealth, well-being); who gladdens, exhilarates, and
restores health; a good gardener,
पुष्टि: वर्धते अनेन तत् = puṣṭiḥ vardhate anena tat (samas)= The one who nourishes someone else and gives his life
fullness.
उर्वारुकमिव urvārukamiva          = like the cucumber or melon
मृत्यु: + मुक्षीय                              = mṛtyuḥ + mukṣīya= from death + free (Vedic usage)
मा ∫ मृतात् mā ∫ mṛtāt                 = (give) me immortality, emancipation

The Maha Mruthyunjaya Manthra is known as  Death conquering manthra.  Thriyambaka  Manthra ( Rigveda (RV 7.59.12)  &  Yajurveda (TS 1.8.6.i; VS 3.60)    Thriyambaka refers  to the  3 eyed  Lord Siva, also known as Rudra,  who is known  as  Kaalakalaya (one who brought death, to death himself).

In some Hindu religious books the complete mantra is preceded by oṁ hrauṁ jūṁ saḥ / oṁ bhūrbhuvaḥ svaḥ and followed by oṁ svaḥ bhuvaḥ bhūr / oṁ saḥ jūṁ hrauṁ oṁ, which is its Tantric version.

Maha Mrityunjaya Bija Mantram is the powerful mantra of Lord Shiva.  It  is just a single line mantra. Chanting this mantra 21 times will invoke Lord Shiva, the great conqueror of death. By chanting Maha Mrityunjaya Beeja Mantra you can gain good health and prevent untimely death.

Another version of Mrityunjaya Mantra is the Tryambakam Mantra. One can also chant both the mantras at the same time to appease Lord Shiva.

There are at least two versions of the Tryambakam mantra found in the Rudrashtadhyayi and in the Shukla/Krishna Yajur Veda. The versions are similar with variation in a few syllables: oṁ tryambakaṁ yajāmahe sugandhiṁ pativedanam, urvārukam-iva bandhanānmṛtyormukṣīya māmutaḥ.

“Om Jum Sah”    ==  the Mahamrityunjaya bīja mantra.
‘disease’. But urva (उर्वा) does not mean ‘vishal’ in Sanskrit; rather it is cognate with the Hindi word oorva (ऊर्वा); so this translation is not correct.

Note: Here are two possible combinations)

मा + अमृतात् = mā + amṛtāt                                                      = not + immortality, nectarTranslation would be: (Free me from death but)                                                                                                                                 not from immortality.
मा (माम) + अमृतात्                                                                    = mā (short form of mām) + amṛtāt = myself + sure, definitelyTranslation would be: Free
me from certain death.
Meaning:

(OM. We worship the Three-eyed Lord who is fragrant and who nourishes and nurtures all beings. As is the ripened cucumber (with the intervention of the gardener) is freed from its bondage (to the creeper), may he liberate us from death for the sake of immortalit)

The Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra was  found  by Rishi Markandeya. It was a secret mantra, and Rishi Markandeya was the only one in the world who knew this mantra. The Moon was once in trouble, cursed by King Daksha. Rishi Markandeya gave the Mahamritryunjaya Mantra to Sati, Daksha’s daughter, for the Moon. According to another version this is the Bija mantra as revealed to Rishi Kahola that was given by Lord Shiva to sage Sukracharya, who taught it to Rishi Dadicha, who gave it to King Kshuva, through whom it reached the Shiva Purana.

It is also called the Rudra mantra, referring to the furious aspect of Lord Shiva; the Tryambakam mantra, alluding to Shiva’s three eyes; and it is sometimes known as the Mrita-Sanjivini mantra because it is a component of the “life-restoring” practice given to the primordial sage Sukracharya after he had completed an exhausting period of austerity. Its Devata is Rudra or Lord Shiva in his fiercest and most destructive roopa or aspect. In the Vedas it finds its place in three texts – a) the Rig veda VII.59.12, b) the Yajur Veda III.60, and c) the Atharva Veda XIV.1.17.

It is said to be beneficial for mental, emotional and physical health and to be a moksha mantra which bestows longevity and immortality.
The Mahamrityunjaya Mantra has been used by many Rishis as well as Sati during the time when Chandra suffered from the curse of Prajapati Daksha. By reciting this mantra, the effect of the curse of Daksha, which could make him die, and Shiva then took Chandra and placed it upon his head.

This mantra is addressed to Lord Shiva for warding off untimely death. It is also chanted while smearing Vibhuti over various parts of the Body and utilised in Japa or Homa (havan) to get desired results. While its energy protects and guides the initiates a mantra re-links consciousness to its deeper and more abiding nature and repetition of the mantra constitutes Japa, the practice of which develops concentration that leads to a transformation of awareness. Whereas the Gayatri Mantra is meant for purification and spiritual guidance, the Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is meant for healing rejuvenation and nurturing health.

Maha Mrityunjaya homam is one of the most effective  spiritual process of healing – to survive and rejuvenates anybody who is under a life threat or fighting against death. Maha Mrityunjaya homam is thousands and thousands of years old spiritual process which is performed by invoking Lord Shiva in the form of  MAHAKAL – the ultimate force of the universe who is believed to be capable of preventing death and can rejuvenate anybody who is fighting against death.
Every step we’ve taken has not just left an impression. It has left an Impact.


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