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『Nada Yoga』〜Sanskrit Mantras by Yuki Taniguchi〜

1. Ganesha Shloka
2. Pratahsmarana Stotram
3. Vaidika Shanti Mantra
4. Pratahsmarana Shloka
5. Guru Vandana Shloka
6. Surya Namaskara Mantra
7. Yogasana Mantra
8. Pranayama Mantra
9. Dhyana Mantra
10. Nirvana Shatakam
11. Puja Mantra
12. Gayatri Mantra
13. Mahamrtunjaya Mantra
14. Purnamadah
15. Vishvakalyana Mantra
16. Shayana Mantra
17. Asato Ma 




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NADA YOGA ~Sanskrit Mantras by Yuki Taniguchi~



1. Gaṇeśa Śloka 

vakratunḍa mahākāya sūrya koti samaprabha
nirvighnan kurume deva sarva kāryeshụ sarvadā


Oh Lord Ganesha, of the curved trunk, the large body, who shines like the luster of a million suns. Please make my life free of obstacles, forever.


2. Prātaḥsmaraṇa Stotram

prātaḥsmarāmi hṛdi samsphuradātma tattvam
sat-cit-sukhaṃ paramahaṃsa gatiṃturīyam
yat-svapna-jāgara-suṣuptam-avaiti nityam
tadbrahma niṣkalamahaṃ na ca bhūta sanghaḥ

In the morning I remember and feel the effulgent Atman in the heart, which is always there in form of supreme consciousness. This is the state beyond the waking, dreaming and deep sleep realm, which is the ultimate goal of the sanyasins. I am That Brahmanand not the bundle of the five elements.

prātar-bhajāmi manasā vacasām-aganmyan
vāco vibhānti nikhilā yadanugraheṇa
yanneti neti vacanaiḥ nigamā avocuḥ
tam deva devamajam-acyuta-māhuragryam

In the morning I contemplate upon He who is not available for the words and yet by His grace only all the words of knowledge shine. Vedas know Him by negation alone - saying 'not this, not this'. He is the One who is described as the supreme of all the deities, free from birth and death asa well as the timeless.

prātarnamami tamasaḥ paramarka-varṇam
pūrnaṃ sanātana-padam puruśottamākhyam
yasminnidam jagadaśesam-aśeṣa mūrtau
rajjvāṃ bhujangama iva pratibhāsitaṃ vai

In the morning I salute to the Supreme Being, which is beyond the effulgence of the sun, which is full, eternal and infinite. in the limitlessness the whole universe appeared like a snake upon the rope.



3. Vaidika Śānti Mantra 

oṃ sahanā vavatu sahanau bhunaktu
sahavīryan karavāvahai
tejasvinā vadhī tamastu mā vidviṣāvahai
oṃ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ

Please protect both of us. Please nourish us together. May our study be powerful. May we have no disharmony. Om Peace! Peace! Peace!

oṃ śanno mitraḥ śan varunaḥ
śanno bhavatvarayamā
śanna intro bṛhaspatiḥ
śanno viṣṇu rurukramaḥ
namo brahmaṇe namaste vāyo
tvameva pratyakṣaṃ brahmāsi
tvāmeva pratyakṣaṃ brahma vadiṣyāmi
ṛtaṃ vadiṣāmi satyam vadiṣāmi
tammā mavatu tad vaktāramavatu
avatu mām avatu vaktāram
oṃ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ

May the Sun deity give us auspiciousness. May the ocean deity give us auspiciousness. may the Lord of manes give us auspiciousness. may the ruler of Devatas and the preceptor of Devatas give us auspiciousness. may the all pervasive sustainer of the creation, Vishni, give us the auspiciousness. Salutations to you Oh Deity of Wind! You indeed are perceptible truth. I declare you to be the right understanding. I understand you to be the truthfulness in speech. May the truth protect me. May the truth protect the teacher. Om Peace! Peace! Peace!

oṃ bhadran̈kaṇebhiḥ śruṇuyāma devāḥ
bhadraṃ paśye mākṣabhir yajatrāḥ
sthirairangaī stuṣṭuvāgṃ sastanūbhiḥ
vyaśema devahitan̈ yadayuḥ
svastinaindro vṛddhaśravāḥ
svastinaḥ pūṣā viśva vedāḥ
svastinastārakṣyo ariṣṭa nemiḥ
svastino bṛhaspatir dadhātu
oṃ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ

Oh Gods! May we listen with our ears to only that which is worth listening for our growth. My we behold with our eyes only that which is good for us. may we enjoy and spend our lives singing Your glories with healthy body and limbs. May the Lord of Devas Indra, of great fame, bless us with auspiciousness. May the Sun god bless us with auspiciousness. May the divine eagles of unobstructed flight bless us with auspiciousness. May the Guru of Devas, Brihaspati, bless us with auspiciousness. Om Peace! Peace! Peace!

oṃ yaścandasā mṛśabho viśvarūpaḥ
candobhyo-dhyamṛtā-tsambabhūva
sa mendro medhayā spṛṇotu
amṛtasya deva dhāraṇo bhūyāsam
śarīraṃ me vicarṣaṇam
jihvā me madhu mattamā
karṇābhyāṃ bhūriviśruvam
brahmaṇaḥ kośosi medhayā pihitaḥ
śrutaṃ me gopāya
oṃ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ

That om which manifested from the eternal vedas is the greatest among the vedic mantras and is endowed with all forms. Let that Lord strengthen me with intelligence. Oh Lord let me become upholder of knowledge which is eternal. May my physical body become fit for the spiritual pursuit of knowledge. Let my tongue be one that speaks pleasing words. May my ears listen to the scriptures more and more. You are the abode of Brahman, veiled by the knowledge of objects. May you protect my knowledge. Om Peace! Peace! Peace!



4. Prātaḥsmaraṇa Śloka 

karāgre vasate lakṣmī
kara maddhye sarasvatī
karamūle tu govindaḥ
prabhāte karadarśanam

In the morning look at your palm. On the fingers there is Goddess of Wealth, Lakshmi, on the middle of your palm, there dwekks the Goddess Saraswati and the base of the palm is the Lord Govinda, Krishna.

samudra vasane devi
parvata stana manḍale
viṣnu patni namastubhyaṃ
pāda sparśaṃ kṣamasva me

Oh Goddess Lakshmi (wife of Lord Vishnu), who wears the enchanting garment of infinite waters of ocean and who has breasts like mountains, I bow down to You and seek Your forgiveness for touching you with my feet.

śuklāmbara dharaṃ viṣnum
śaśivarṇam caturbhujam
prasanna vadanaṃ dhyāyet
sarva vighnopaśantaye

One may meditate upon the Lord Prsannavadana (Ganesha) who has a pleasant and an ever smiling face and a bright complexion like the full moon, who wears a white garment and has four hands for the removal of all obstacles.

sarasvati namastubhyaṃ
varade kāmarūpini
vidyārambhan karṣyāmi
siddhirbhavatu me sadā

I bow down to You Oh Goddess Saraswati, the Goddess of Knowledge, who is the giver of boons and having a beautiful form I begin my studies now. Let there be success for me, always.



5. Guru Vandanā Śloka 

śruti smṛti purāṇānāṃ
ālayan karṇālayam
namāmi bhagavat pādaṃ
śankaram lokaśankaram

I salute to the great sage Shankaracharya who is the abode of Shruti, Smriti and Puranas, a treasure trove of compassion and the one who is the giver of happiness to the world and who is revered.

śankaraṃ śankarācāryaṃ
keśavaṃ bādarāyaṇam
sūtrabhāṣya kṛtau vande
bhagavantau punaḥ punaḥ

I bow down my head in reverence for Shankaracharya who is Shiva HImself and Badarayana who is Narayana, who wrote Bhashyam and Brahmasutra, respectively.

īṣvaro gururātmeti
mūrti bheda vibhāgine
vyomavat vyāpta dehāya
dakṣiṇa mūrtaye namaḥ

I salute to the Lord Dakshinamurti, who is all pervading like space but appears to be divided (as though) as the Guru and the Self.

gukāras tvandhakāro vai
rukārastaṇ nivartakaḥ
andhakāra nirodhitvāt
gururittyabhi dhīyate

"Gu" means darkness and "ru" is that which removes darkness. The Teacher is known as Guru because He removes the darkness of ignorance.

nārāyaṇa samāraṃbhāṃ
śankarācārya maddhyamām
asmadācārya paryantāṃ
vande guru paramparām

I salute to the great tradition and lineage of Gurus beginning from Narayana, having Shankaracharya as the middle link till my own Guru.

gururbrahmā gururviṣṇuḥ
gururdevo maheśvaraḥ
guruḥ sāksāt parambrahma
tasmai śrī gurave namaḥ

The Guru is the Creation, Brahma; The Guru is the all pervasive Vishnu and the Guru is also the Shiva, the benefactor of the world. Nay he is verily the Brahman in the form of Super consciousness. I salute to the Guru and bend my head in reverance for Him.



6. Sūrya Namaskāra Mantra 

Hiraṇmayena pātreṇa
satyasyā pihitaṃ mukham
tattvaṃ pūśannapāvṛṇu
sattya dharmāya dṛṣtaye

The lid of the golden vessel is covering the truth. Oh Lord, Pushan, the Sun, kindly remove that lid and uncover and show the truth in form of my Dharma. 

oṃ hrāṃ mitrāya namaḥ
oṃ hrīṃ ravaye namaḥ
oṃ hrūṃ sūryāya namaḥ
oṃ hraiṃ bhānave namaḥ
oṃ hrauṃ khagāya namaḥ
oṃ hraḥ pūṣṇe namaḥ
oṃ hrāṃ hiraṇyagarbhāya namaḥ
oṃ hrīṃ maricaye namaḥ
oṃ hrūṃ ādityāya namaḥ
oṃ hraiṃ savitre namaḥ
oṃ hrauṃ arkāya namaḥ
oṃ hraḥ bhāskarāya namaḥ

Salutations to the one who is friendly to all.
Salutations to the one whois the cause  for change.
Salutations to the one who inspires.
Salutations to the one who is the giver of light.
Salutations to the indweller of the sky.
Salutations to the giver of divine nourishment.
Salutations to the pure potentiality.
Salutations to the one who  possesses rays.
Salutations to the son of Aditi.
Salutations to the one who produces everything.
Salutations to the one who is fit to be worshipped.
Salutations to the one who is the cause of all brightness.



7. Yoḡasana Mantra 

yogena cittasya padena vācāṃ
malaṃ śarīrasya ca vaidyakena
yopākarottaṃ pravaraṃ munīnāṃ
patan̈jaliṃ prān̈jali rānatosmi

I bow down with folded hands in reverence for the Sage Patanjali who codified and preserved "Yoga" the purifier of Chitta", "Grammar" the purifier of language and speech, and "Ayurveda" the purifier of body.



8. Prāṇāyama Mantra 

praṇasyedaṃ vaśe sarvaṃ
tridive yat pratiṣṭaṃ
māteva putrān rakṣasva
śriśca prajn̈anśca videhi neti

Everything that exists here in the control of Prana, the life force or Consciousness. Please protect us like a mother does and bestow upon us the wealth (of health) and wisdom in this life.



9. Dhyāna Mantra 

laye saṃbodhyet cittaṃ
vikṣiptaṃ śamayet punaḥ
sakaśāyaṃ vijānīyāt
samaḥ prāptam na cālayet

If the mind is drifting call it back, if it is agitated calm it down. Having the mind quiteneddown maintain this frame of mind with effort till it attains equanimity. Do not let the mind waver.



10. Nirvāna Ṣaṭakam 

mano bhuddhyahankāra cittāni nāhaṃ
na ca śrotra jihve na ca ghrāṇa netre
na ca vyoma bhūmiḥ na tejo na vayūḥ
cidānanda rūpaḥ śivohaṃ śivohaṃ

I am neither the mind, nor the intellect, memory, nor ego. Nor am I ears, nor tongue. I am not the nose nor eyes, nor the earth, space, fire now wind. I am the limitless consciousness and pure self.

na ca prānạ sanjn̈o na vai pan̈ca vāyuḥ
na vā sapta dhātuḥ na vā pan̈ca koṣāḥ
na vāk pāṇi pādaṃ na copastha pāyū
cidānanda rūpaḥ śivohaṃ śivohaṃ

I am neither the five pranas nor the life breath. I am not the seven constituents of body, nor the five sheaths. I am not the organ of speech nor am I hands and legs. I am not the genital nor anus. I am the limitless consciousness and pure self.

na me dveśa rāgau na me lobha mohau
na me vai mado naiva matsārya bhāvaḥ
na dharmo na cārtho na kamo na mokśaḥ
cidānanda rūpaḥ śivohaṃ śivohaṃ

I do not have likes and dislikes, greed and delusion. I do not have pride. Nor do I have kama and moksha. I am the limitless consciousness and pure self.

na puṇyaṃ na pāpaṃ na saukhyam na dhụkham
na mantro na tīrthaṃ na veda na yajn̈āḥ
ahaṃ bhojanan naiva bhojaṃ na bhoktā
cidānanda rūpaḥ śivohaṃ śivohaṃ

There is no virtue or sin, happiness or sorrow for me, Nor mantra, holy place, vedas or yajnas exist for me. I am neither an experience, nor am I the object of neither the one who is experiencing nor the one who experiences. I am the limitless consciousness and pure self.

na mṛtyurna śankā na me jāti bhedaḥ
pitā naiva me naiva mātā na janma
na bandhurna mitraṃ gururnaiva śiṣyaḥ
cidānanda rūpaḥ śivohaṃ śivohaṃ

I do not have death, or doubt, now do I have any caste differences in me. There is no father, mother or birth for me. There is no student, no teacher, no relative and no friend for me. I am the limitless consciousness and pure self.

ahaṃ nirvikalpo nirākār rūpaḥ
vibhuttvātccha sarvatrasarvendriyānām
na ca sangatannaiva muktirna bandhaḥ
cidānanda rūpaḥ śivohaṃ śivohaṃ

I am free of thoughts and free of forms. I am connected to all sense organs as I pervade everywhere. i am not connected to bondage or freedom. I am the limitless consciousness and pure self.



11. Pūjā Mantra 

dīpajyotiḥ paraṃbrahma
dīpajyotir janardanaḥ
dīpoyaṃharatu me pāpaṃ
dīpajyotir namostu te
śubhankaroti kalyāṇaṃ
ārogyaṃ dhanasampadā
śatrubuddhi vināśāya
dīpajyotir namostu te

The flame of the oil lamp is like that self evident brahman. Light of the flame is Janardana (who chastises those given to improper ways.) Light of this lamp may take away my sins in the form of ignorance. I bow down to the flame of lamp.
I pray to the effulgence of this lamp (which reminds me of the self-effulgent Brahman) for auspiciousness, wealfare and well-being and affluence. I pray to the light of this lamp that I may never have jealousy and hatred for anyone.

gururbrahmā gururviṣṇuḥ
gururdevo maheśvaraḥ
guruḥ sāksāt parambrahma
tasmai śrī gurave namaḥ

The Guru is the Creation, Brahma; The Guru is the all pervasive Vishnu and the Guru is also the Shiva, the benefactor of the world. Nay he is verily the Brahman in the form of Super consciousness. I salute to the Guru and bend my head in reverance for Him.

deho devālayo proktaḥ
jivo devaḥ sanātanaḥ
tyajet ajn̈āna nirmālyam
sohaṃ bhāvena pūjayet

This body is said to be His temple, the deity residing is the Jeeva, the limiting self which is as timeless as the Aatman. (Due to the ignorance the jeeva does not recognize its nature.) One must remove wilted flowers from this temple altar in the form of ignorance and then should worship, recognizing the identity with Him.

na tatra sūryo bhāti na candra tārakam
nema vidyuto bhāti kutoyamagniḥ
tameva bhāntam anubhāti sarvam
tasya bhāsā sarvamidaṃ vibhāti

The Sun does not shine there, nor these stars and the Moon. The lightening does not shine there, what to talk of the fire!? That shining, everything else shines after it. By the light of that effulgence all this shines in various forms.

yāni kāni ca pāpāni
kanmāntara kṛtāni ca
tāni sarvāṇi vinaśanti
pradakṣiṇa pade pade

I am moving around You (in the Pradakshina) with a prayerful mind and hoping to be free of bondage of my bad karmas (wrong deeds.) I am begging forgiveness with each step I am taking that I may be pardoned for all my wrongs I must have committed knowingly or unknowingly in this life or in previous lives.

tava tattvaṇ na jānāmi
kīdṛśosi maheśvara 
yādṛśosi mahādeva
tādṛśāya namo namaḥ

I do not know your glory. I do not know the way you are. It does not matter (whether I know you or not); in whatever form and principle you may be existing, I bend my head in reverence, Oh Meheshwara, to that existence. 

mantrahīnaṃ kriyạhịnaṃ
bhaktihīnaṃ sureśvara
yatpūjitaṃ mayā deva
paripūrṇaṃ tadastu te

I do not know proper mantras, various modes of worship and rituals, nor do I have the ense of total surrender of a true devotee. Yet I have performed puja according to my limited understanding. Oh Lord! May you accept it as complete and bless me!

kāyena vācā manasendriyairvā
buddhyātmanā vā prakṛteḥ svabhāvāt
karomi yadyat sakalaṃ parasmai
nārāyanāyeti samarpayāmi

I offer hereby everything that I perform physically, by my speech, by my mind, or my sense organs, by my intellect, or by my intrinsic nature to Him, Narayana.



12. Gāyatrī Mantra 

oṃ bhūrbhuvaḥ suvaḥ
tat saviturvareṇyaṃ
bhargo devasya dhīmahi
dhiyo yo naḥ pracodayāt

Earth, atmosphere, heavens. We meditate on the sacred light of the effulgent source, Let that inspire our thoughts.



13. Mahāmṛtyunjaya Mantra 

oṃ tryambakaṃ yajāmahe
sugandhiṃ puṣṭivardhanam
urvārukamiva bandhanān
mṛtyormukṣīya māmṛtāt

We offer our workship to the three-eyed Shiva who enhances life by giving nourishment and by adding to affluence and prosperity. My He liberate us form the bondage as well as the fear of death just like the water melon (which detaches itself from the vine on ripening). May He not let us turn away from immortality.



14. Pūrnamadaḥ

om pūrnamadaḥ pūrnamidaṃ
pūrṇāt pūrṇa mudacyate
pūrnasya pūrṇamādāya
pūrnamevāva śisyate
oṃ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ

That is fullness, this is fullness. From that fullness this fullness came. From that fullness this fullness is removed, what remains is fullness.



15. Viśvakalyāṇa Mantra 

svasti prajābhyaḥ paripālayantāṃ
nyayyena mārgeṇa mahīṃ mahīśāḥ
go-brāhmaṇebhyaḥ śubhamastu nityaṃ
lokāḥ samastāḥ sukhino bhavantu

May there be happiness for all the people of the earth. May the rulers of the earth carry out their responsibilities properly in the righteous manner. May there be welfare fir cows and men of wisdom. May all be happy.

kāle varśatu parjanyaḥ
prithivi sasya śālinī
deśoyaṃ kṣobha rahitaḥ
brahmaṇāḥ santu nirbhayāḥ

May there be rains at the proper time. May the earth food grains in abundance. May this country be free from famine. may the wise men be free from fear.

sarve bhavantu sukhinaḥ
sarve santu nirāmayāḥ
sarve bhadrāṇi paśyantu
mā kaścit dhukhabhāg bhavet

May all be happy. May al be free from disease. May all enjoy well-being. May there be sorrows for none. 



16. Śayana Mantra 

karacaraṇajaṃ vāk-kāyajaṃ karmajaṃ vā
śravaṇa nayanakaṃ vā mānasaṃ vāparādham
vihitamavihitaṃ vā sarvametat kṣamasva
jaya jaya karuṇābdhe śrī mahādeva śambho

I pray and ask for your forgiveness. Oh Mahadeva Shiva, for all my omissions and commissions borm of my eyes, ears, mind and organs of speech; or done by my hands and feet, the omissions and  commissions in performance of my dutieseither enjoined or forbidden. victory to you Oh Lord Shiva who is the ocean of compassion and the cause of happiness.



17. Asato Mā 

oṃ asato mā sadgamaya
tamaso mā jyotirgamaya
mṛtyormā amṛtaṃ gamaya
oṃ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ

Oh Lord! Lead me from unreal to real; from darkness (of ignorance) to light (of knowledge), from death (the sense of limitation) to immortality (limitlessness, liberation). Om Peace, Peace, Peace!



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感謝:
Deep gratitude to Sadhvi Abha Saraswati (Mataji) and Smt. Indu Sharma at Parmarth Niketan Ashram in Rishkesh for teaching me these mantras, Dr. Vagish Shasti in Varanasi for teaching me Sanskrit, and Prof. Ritwik Sanyal in Varanasi for teaching me singing.