The Shree Shwasam Utsav –

The Shree Shwasam Utsav was celebrated from Monday 4th May, 2015 to Sunday 10th May, 2015 in the presence of Sadguru Shree Aniruddha Bapu with immense joy and fervour at Shree Harigurugram, Bandra (East). In Bapu’s words, In India during Satyuga, Shree shwasam was a beautiful way of making one’s life happy .

The meaning of Shree Shwasam –

Sadguru Shree Aniruddha says that ‘Shree shwasam means – the Universal Healing Code’ . It means that Shree shwasam is the health providing power that fixes anything that is malfunctioning in a human being on the levels of the mind, body, soul and the intellect. Aadimata’s Arula or the health providing power is the  supreme and best harmonization power in this whole universe. While talking about the importance of Shree shwasam, Shree Aniruddha says, “Shree shwasam is Aadimata’s respiration.. Shree shwasam is not just for an individual, but also for our family, our village and most importantly for our country, our motherland.

The Sthapana of the Gods at Shree Shwasam Mahotsav –

After praying to Anjanamata, Bapu unveiled the 25 photos in the parikrama(circumambulation) kaksha(room) after worshipping them. There was a parikrama kaksha at the utsav where Bapu worshipped and performed the Sthapana(installation) of the idols of Panchamukh Hanumant and Ashwini Kumar. Aadimata Ushadevi’s photo was worshipped near the Pushkarni Kund and the idol of Trivikram, made of the Panchadhatu(five metals) was placed in the Pushkarni Tirth kund,on which Abhishek (anointment) of sacred water was being done continuously. In a nearby hall, the Sthapana and worship of the idol of Mahishasuramardini was performed.

Commencement of the Shree shwasam Utsav –  

1.    Shree Moolark Ganesh Mantra

2.    Shree Dattatreya Stotram

3.    Shree Suktam

4.    Panchamukh Hanumanta Stotra

5.    Shree Ashwinikumar sukta

6.    Usha sukta

7.    Trivikram Gayatri Mantra

The shraddhavans performed the parikrama(circumambulation) while listening to the auspicious sound of the above mentioned mantras and stotras. Sadguru Shree Aniruddha had gifted this unparalleled gift to all shraddhavans on the auspicious day of Vaishakh Pournima along with Shree Shwasam. Each and every word of the Trivikram Gayatri Mantra bestowed beatitude upon shraddhavans. That siddha mantra is –

Om Matruvedaya Vidmahe |Shree shwasaya Dheemahe |Tanno Trivikram Prachodayat |

Every shraddhavan was to draw three Mooshaka (mouse) sketches on a piece of paper. A parikrama with asoop(Indian traditional device used for winnowing)containing the offerings of pulses, rice, bananas and leaves for Aadimata was performed. During the parikrama, shraddhavans received the darshan of a total of 24 images. The leaves in the soop were to be offered in the Jala Kund(water body) and the rice and pulses and the two bananas were to be offered to Aadimata. The rice and the pulses were used for the Annapurna Yojana of the organization. One banana was given to the shraddhavans as Prasad.

Further, shraddhavans took the darshan of Chandikakul on the main stage and that of Aadimata Shatakshi Shakambhari and Aadimata Anjana which were adjacent to it.  Shatakshi Shakambhari was decorated with fruits and vegetables in different ways on each of the seven days of the utsav. The heart of each shraddhavan was filled with love for Aadimata Shatakshi Shakambhari who is the ceaseless supplier of food.While going towards the main stage for and while exiting after the darshan, shraddhavans walked beneath the ‘zaal’(sacred cloth). This ‘zaal’ consisted of the auspicious symbols the  importance of which, Parampujya Bapu had explained in a few of his discourses. The zaal’ gave away a feeling of  a safe refuge of the mother Mothi Aai for each shraddhavan.

The Guhyasuktam –

 

The shraddhavans could hear the Guhyasuktam that was being played while performing the parikrama carrying the container of the Tirthajala (sacred water), in the hall where the idols of Panchamukh Hanumant and Ashwini Kumara were installed. This Tirthajala was brought from the rivers of Tapi, Indrayani and Panjara. This Guhyasooktam is ‘The Healing Code’ that provides the power to cure any disease of the mind and body. Shraddhavans completed a minimum of 3 Parikramas and went near the Pushkarni Tirth kund and offered the Tirthajala in it while looking at Ushadevi and Trivikram.

SaptachakraSwamini Mahapoojan –  

The SaptachakraSwamini Mahapoojan was organized in the Uttar Bharatiya Sangh Hall adjacent to Shree Harigurugram where Shraddhavans performed this Mahapoojan before a huge image of Mothi Aai. Every shraddhavan, after the Mahapoojan offered vegetables and fruits in front of Goddess Shatakshi Shakambhari and a khann (a piece of cloth) in front of Anjanamata at the main stage in Shree Harigurugram. Shraddhavans enthusiastically participated in the recitation of sacred texts for the whole night on all the seven days by sitting before the main stage. Sadguru Shree Aniruddha concluded the utsav with a ‘Vishwarpan(offering to the Universe)Kalash’ ceremony.

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