Sound is the foundation of all that exists. Each atom, each molecule, each cell, each body on any plane is composed of sound.
Our thoughts, emotions, words and actions all are sound waves that we continually release into our environment.
When our thinking, our emotional life, our language and our actions are separative and involutionary in nature, the sound we emanate turns discordant and unharmonious as a consequence. Discordance in our aura and sphere of activity causes imbalance and illness in our life – and on the planet. One way to restore our health and well being – and contribute to the healing of humanity – is to heal the dissonance we each emanate through the power of sound. This is one of the reasons why – down the ages – humanity was given various healing mantras to work with, one of which is known as the Tryambakam Mantra.
The Tryambakam Mantra – a verse of the Rigveda – is regarded as one of the most powerful healing mantras in the world. Reciting the mantra creates a powerful vibratory resonance in the higher planes and releases subtle energies and frequencies into our aura, in this way synchronizing our vibration with that of the higher planes. This synchronization has a powerful healing effect as it causes a reorientation of the atoms, molecules and cells forming our bodies: a reorientation away from involution (densification/separation) to evolution (spiritualization/unity).
We would like to invite you to work with this mantra with this greater understanding in mind. In this way, you may use this mantra as a healing tool to help you reach your evolutionary goal to advance into a Soul-consicous man/woman. Healing means wholeness. Healing means oneness with our Divine Nature and moksha (liberation) from reincarnation and death.
According to Eastern philosophy, reciting the Tryambakam Mantra:
– restores and maintains our physical, emotional and mental well-being and health
– causes healing and rejuvenation
– bestows longevity and immortality
– raises our overall frequency and vibration
– serves as a tool for protection
– develops our concentration
– transforms our awareness
– and much more…
PLEASE NOTE: After working with the mantra (reciting and contemplating it), strive to hold the achieved alignment by keeping your thinking, your emotional nature, your language and your actions pure and beautiful.
The Mahamrityunjaya Mantra reads:
Aum Tryambakam Yajamahe
Mrityor Mukshiyaa Maamritat Aum
We worship Shiva – The Three-Eyed (tryambakam) Lord (yajamahe);
Who is fragrant (sugandhim) and nourishes (pushti) and grows (vardhanam) all beings.
As the ripened cucumber (urvarukamiva) is liberated (bandhanaan) (by the intervention of the “farmer”) from its bondage to the creeper when it fully ripens; May He liberate us (mokshiya) from death (mrityor), for the sake of immortality (maamritaat).
The Tryambakam Mantra, is a verse of the Rigveda (RV 7.59.12). The verse also recurs in the Yajurveda (TS 1.8.6.i; VS 3.60)