March 13, 2015

Goddess Bagalamukhi: The Goddess of Hypnotic Power

Bagalamukhi: The Goddess of Hypnotic Power

Bagalamukhi or Bagala  is one of the ten mahavidyas (great wisdom goddesses) in Hinduism. Bagalamukhi Devi smashes the devotee's (or the devotee's enemies') misconceptions and delusions with her cudgel. She is also known as Pitambara Maa in Northern Parts of India.


Shri Baglamukhi or Bagalamukhi devotion is known as ultimate power in modern era, She has atomic powers and indeed she is a enemy destroyer. Bagala or Baglamukhi is the eighth Mahavidya in the famous series of the 10 Mahavidyas. She is identified with the second night of courage and is the power or Shakti of cruelty. She is described as the Devi with three eyes, wearing yellow clothes and gems, moon as her diadem, wearing champaka blossoms, with left hand holding the tongue of an enemy and with the right hand spiking him, thus should you meditate on the paralyser of the three worlds. Seated on the right of Bagala is the Maharudra, with one face, who dissolves the universe. 

The name literally means “crane faced,” though this is a misnomer. The name 'Bagla' or 'Bagala' is a distortion of the original Sanskrit root 'ValgA'. She has a golden complexion and her cloth is yellow. She sits in a golden throne in the midst of an ocean of nectar full of yellow lotuses. A crescent moon adorns her head. She holds a club in her right hand with which she beats the demon, while pulling his tongue out with her left hand. This image is sometimes interpreted as an exhibition ofStambhana, the power to stun or paralyze one’s enemy into silence. This is one of the boons for which Bagalamukhi’s devotees worship her. Other Mahavidya goddesses are also said to represent similar powers useful for defeating enemies, to be invoked by their worshippers through various rituals. 

"It is not appropriate to assume Baglamukhi as a "Black Power" or "Black Magic". In fact Baglamukhi protect the universe from black power and evil forces."

Origin of The Maa Baglamukhi

The legend behind the origin of goddess Bagalamukhi is as follows:- 

Before time immemorial, a huge storm erupted over the universe. As it threatened to destroy whole of the creation, The Lord Vishnu called on the supreme power and Goddess Bagalamukhi emerged from the 'Haridra Sarovara' in the Saurashtra region (Kathiyawada), and the same time all direction brightened up with unique light of Shree Vidhya. That night was called Veer Ratri and sky was full of stars. That day was Tuesday and Chaturdashi. She had been served by Pannch Makkar’s. She made her home in deep yellow turmeric, from that mid-night and appeased by the prayer of the God, calmed down the storm. 

After that Tantric’s (Practitioner of Divine power) use to include Pannch Makkar’s in their diet. From the light of ShreeVidya, 2nd Trilok Stambhani, Brahmastra Vidya emerged. The power That Brahmastra Vidya merged into The Lord Vishnu’s Power. 

A demon named Madan undertook austerities and won the boon of vak siddhi, according to which anything he said came about. He abused this boon by harassing innocent people. Enraged by his mischief, the gods worshipped Bagalamukhi. She stopped the demon's rampage by taking hold of his tongue and stilling his speech. Before she could kill him, however, he asked to be worshipped with her, and she relented, That is why he is depicted with Goddess Bagalamukhi.

             Baglamukhi Maha Yantra


Baglamukhi Maha Yantra

Baglamukhi Maha Yantra

According to scripture, the term Yantra has been derived from the word yuj meanings to yoke, join, harness, attach, bind, join or unify. Yantra also carries other meanings like exertion, endeavor, zeal, diligence, attention, application or concentration of the thoughts, abstract contemplation, meditation, manner, method, means, device, way, application, performance, combination, connection, contact and union. Yantra is also believed to have originated form Sanskrit word “yam”, which means supporting or holding the essence of an object or concept and “trana” meaning liberation from bondage. Thus, Yantra means liberation from the cycle of birth and rebirth. The origin of Yantra dates back to at least 5000 years. Yantra has evolved massively over the six periods of yoga: Proto, Pre-Classical, Epic, Classical, Post-Classical and Modern yoga. 

Yantra is a symbolic representation of gods and deities. Yantras can be drawn, engraved or painted on a variety of substances like GOLD, silver, copper, crystal, birch, bone, hide and saligram. While constructing a Yantra, lines, dot, cryptic letter, cryptic mantra, colors, shapes, figures etc. are used. Since the act of drawing and painting of Yantras requires accuracy, exactness, discipline, concentration, neatness and patience, this keeps a person focused, sharp and energetic. Keeping inline with a target goal, a proper balance is required in the construction, seat time, ink, pen, place day and auspicious moments etc. In Hindu and Tibetan Tantric medication, Yantra is massively used as a symbolic object for attaining the profound state of concentration. While using Yantra, an appropriate mantra should also be recited. This shall center the spiritual level of an individual on par with the real spiritual truth. As a consequence of which the person with be enlightened with the self-realization and power of god. This shall further liberate the person from the cycle of birth and rebirth and help in attaining eternal immortality. 

In Hinduism it is believed that goddess Baglamukhi resides within a Yantra. Yantra is regarded to be very auspicious for religious performances. Yantra also represents the folding of hand before gods as a sign of paying respect to the gods. Yantra symbolizes every religious process, temples and other important religious indications. Prior to the use of a Yantra, it needs to be purified and energized. After constructing a Yantra it should be bathed, placed on a golden pedestal and then be showered with Kunda, Gola or Udbhava flowers or with the eight scents. Since the Yantra represents the god, it should be worshipped by chanting an appropriate mantra. This invokes the divine power of the god into the Yantra. The entire ritual should be conducted at night. Yantras energized during the nights of Maha Shivratri, Holi and Diwali are most effective and powerful. Before wearing a Yantra, foremost it should be drawn using the eight Kaula perfumes and the key mantra must be written on it. On the outer portion of the Yantra, the armour and 1000 names should be written. After the power of the goddess is invoked into the Yantra, it should be held in a metal holder and strung in GOLD or silver thread and then can be worn to reap maximum benefits. Red, orange, yellow or a combination of these should be used while drawing a Yantra on a paper. One should worship the Yantra by lightening license or lamp before it and making offerings early in the morning. 

Baglamukhi Maha Yantra is used to power & dominance over enemies. Baglamukhi yantra is very powerful and useful yantra for victory over enemies, law suits, court cases, success in quarrels and compititions. The presiding deity goddess Baglamukhi is the conroller of this powerful Yantra which encharges Yantra with occoult forces. Baglamukhi yantra is useful for victory over enemies, success in law suits, quarrels and compettitions. The worship of this yantra is performed in a particular star and moment when there is maximum power generated from the planet MARS, by wearing yellow dress, on yellow asana, with yellow flowers and yellow beads. 

This yantra basically is to be drawn by Turmeric, Dhatura flowers juice, or yellow orpoinent on a piece and be worshipped to attain success. The yantra is engraved on copper plate only. Baglamukhi yantra is very effective to ward off the evil effects of souls and Yakshani also to get success in gambling. This is a very powerful and useful yantra for victory over enemies, law suits, success in quarrels and compititions. 

Baglamukhi yantra is effective as a memo of acheiving success over enemies. This yantra also offers protection for cuts, scars, operations and accidents. Baglamukhi yantra should be written or embossed on copper, brorze or Silver or GOLD. It is worn in neck as well as kept in the puja ghar. It's pooja be performed through yellow beads, rosary and yellow dress through Beej Mantra to be recited daily. 

!!Om Hleem Baglamukhi Sarwdushtanam Wacham Mukham Padam
Stambhay Jihwa Kilay Buddhi Vinashay Hleem Om swaha!!

Any person using this yantra while in court every time gets success. This is practical use of this yantra. It is well tested by many people. After Pran Pratishta, yantra shall be placed at puja place or in house temple on wooden chowke over which yellow asana be put. The puja be performed after bath. Take the water in righthand, recite the baglamukhi beej mantra and sprinkle water on yantra, your all wishes would be fulfilled. 

Yantra Guidelines:- A Yantra is an instrument, or a talisman or a mystical diagram usually in copper. It is a technique or path, considered the simplest and shortest, through which one can attain one's desires, and fulfill one's wishes. It is said that the 'Deities' reside in the Yantras and by performing 'Puja' or worship of Yantras, one can appease them, remove the malefic effects of planets, and increase the flow of positive influences. Procedures to be followed by you to place this energized Yantra. 

1. First purify your body and start with a clear and positive mind frame 
2. Find a place on the floor facing east, where you will be undisturbed. 
3. Light the incense or diya. (It does not matter how many you light). 
4. Lay a fresh flower and a fresh fruit on the altar. 
5. Open the Yantra and place it along with the image of the deity of yantra and your isht God. 
6. Take the water with any leaf from any tree and sprinkle the water on yourself followed by sprinkling the water on the Yantra. 
7. Then purify your soul and surrender yourself completely in devotion to God and chant 21 times the following : 

"Om Hleem Bagla Mukhi Namha"

8. Close your eyes and concentrate on the deity to bless you with wishes.Now with all sincerity, ask God to grant you the desire of your life that you wanted to be fulfilled in your own language. 

Vedic Yantras are Energised (Pran pratishta) by learned purohits, by reciting the vedic mantra of the particular Devi or Deva one lack eighteen thousands time and the Homa of 108 mantra. Yantras are send along with Prashad of the Pran Pratishta (no eatables are sent). 

                               Bagalamukhi Maha Mantram

The worship of Baglamukhi who is also famous as 'Pitambara Vidya' (yellow Colour is prominently used in her worship) for protection against the enemies and to defeat them, to get victory in the legal matters or court cases, to acquire wealth, to clear away the debts and to attain power of oratory etc. 

In her worship yellow clothes, garland made of turmeric, yellow seat and yellow flowers are used. She is the presiding goddess who has a desire of annihilating the demons in her individual form and carries on the destruction of commodities according to the wishes of the almighty God. 

She has her abode amidst the ocean of ambrosia where her canopy decorated with diamonds is situated and her throne is decorated with the jewels. 

Her complexion is yellow, wears yellow apparels, ornaments and a garlands which is also of yellow colour. In her one hand is a tongue of an enemy and in the other hand she holds a mace. 

There is a tale regarding her manifestation. In the 'Satyuga' period once the whole world was threatened by a terrific cyclone. Lord Vishnu being concerned about the safety of the whole humanity went near to Haridra (reservoir) situated in Saurashtra, to please Goddess Bhagawati by his penance. 

Shri Vidya (Baglamukhi) appeared before him, manifesting from the water of Haridra wearing yellow apparels. She controlled the powerful current of the threatening flood and destructive nature. 

Goddess Bagla helps the almighty god by punishing and controlling those negative powers that try to trespass the natural flow, She controls our speech knowledge and movement. She is capable of giving powers (Siddhis) and fulfilling all the wishes of her devotee like a 'Kalpa-Taru'. 

!!Om Hleem Baglamukhi Sarwdushtanam Wacham Mukham Padam
Stambhay Jihwa Kilay Buddhi Vinashay Hleem Om swaha!!
Bagalamukhi Maha Mantram meaning is as below:- 

Oh Goddess, paralyze the speech and feet of all evil people. Pull their tongue, destroy their intellect.

Note - Don’t use Baglamukhi Mantra without proper guidance and instructions. It could harm you. It’s better to get Baglamukhi Diksha before starting this Sadhana.

Goddess Bagalamukhi: The Goddess of Hypnotic Power

Goddess Bagalamukhi: The Goddess of Hypnotic Power

Goddess Bagalamukhi: The Goddess of Hypnotic Power

Goddess Bagalamukhi: The Goddess of Hypnotic Power

Goddess Bagalamukhi: The Goddess of Hypnotic Power

Goddess Bagalamukhi: The Goddess of Hypnotic Power

Goddess Bagalamukhi: The Goddess of Hypnotic Power

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