Tripur Bhairavi Sadhana, be fearless:
Any and every circumstances in life that creates apprehension are a fear and in the long journey of life such circumstances keep appearing every moment. The form of these problems might change, but not their onslaught which continues unabated till the very last moments of life. Physical fitness or money power does not assure a life free of fears.
|Mahavidya Tripur Bhairavi|
Sudden mishaps in life, accidents, kidnappings, physical attacks, robbery leave physical or money power futile. And with the ever escalating crime rate, today the feeling of insecurity goes on becoming stronger in spite of safeguard measures like personal bodyguards, watch dogs, life insurance etc.
Such measures in fact bring out one’s fear more in the open and they cannot be the means of getting rid of one’s apprehensions and fears. For really banishing them there is but one sure way and that is attaining care-freeness of a Yogi. And once this happens, once the mind is free from tensions and worries, the hidden talents start to blossom making one more creative, artistic and concentrated in one’s work.
But such an achievement is impossible through the commonly known means. One might raise a fortress of brawn and wealth around oneself. Yet it won’t really keep worries at bay. For true fearlessness and contentedness one should be ever drifting in a sea of serenity. Only then can an inner confidence emerge. But how is it possible?
The Shastras unanimously point towards one means – divine power – with which one can form a link only by performing some Sadhana. And such a Sadhana can be had by supplicating to the Guru to gift some Sadhana related to the various supreme powers.
One of such amazing Sadhana is Tripur Bhairavi Sadhana whose foremost boon is instilling total care freeness into the Sadhak so that he could face all challenges of life with a relaxed mind, with calmness and composure. The powerful Mantras of the ritual neutralize all adverse forces in one’s present life and continue to do so even in the future.
The fact is that Tripur Bhairavi is one of the ten foremost forms of Goddess Shakti known as the Ten Mahavidyas, itself is an indication of the tremendous power packed into the ritual. That Sadhanas of this Goddess are not so popular could be because her propitiation leads to a release of explosive power in the Sadhak’s mind, body and soul. But as is generally believed this power can never harm the Sadhak, more so when he or she has a Sadguru of the high spiritual stature of Swami Nikhileshwaranand.
It is more common for Sadhaks to opt for Baglamukhi Sadhana, another of the Mahavidyas, when he faces adversities in life. But there is a subtle difference between these two powers, for Baglamukhi is a vanquisher of all one’s foes, Tripur Bhairavi takes care of all circumstances which could cause fear, tensions, worries, accidents and disrepute.
The Sadhana works wonders in cases where one feels that some evil eye has ruined one’s business of happy family life. Some Sadhaks fear that the Goddess has a fearsome form. But this is only for one’s enemies. For the Sadhak she appears in a captivating motherly form.
Saturday is the best day for this Sadhana. On this day after 10 pm have a bath and get into red robes and sit facing south on a woolen mat. On a wooden seat spread a red cloth and on it place a picture of the Goddess. On rose petals place the Tripur Bhairavi Yantra. On the right hand side of the Yantra make a mound of black sesame seeds and on it place a Madhurupen Rudraksh. For total success in Sadhana first pray to Lord Bhairavi, the divine consort of the Goddess. For this offer red flowers on the Rudraksh and chant thus.
Dhyaayenneelaadri-Kaantim Shashishakal Dharam Mundamaalaam Maheham. Digvastram Pinglaaksham Damrumath Srinnim Khadag Shoolaamyaani. Naagam Ghantaam Kapalam Kar Sarsiru Heirvibhratam Bheem Danshtram. Sarpaakalpam Trinetram Mannimay Vilasat Kinkinni Noopuraadyam
Next light a mustard oil lamp and offer a fruit to the Goddess. Put a mark of vermillion on the Yantra and then chant 11 rounds of this Mantra with a white Hakeek rosary.
Mantra: Hasain Has Kareem Hasain
हसैं हस करीम हसैं
Place the picture of the Goddess permanently in your worship place. Tie the rest of the articles in the red cloth and drop it in a river or pond.