PRAYER

                                                          PRAYER 

                  

      

OM Sahanavavatu, Sahanou bhunaktu

       Saha virym karavavahai

       Tejasvinavadhitamastu, ma vidvisavahai

       OM Santih, Santih, Santih

 

        May he protect us both (teacher & student)

        May he nourish us both.

        May we both work together with great energy

       May our study be enlightening and fruitful

          May we not hate each other.

           Om Peace,  Peace ,  Peace

 

2.          Sarve bhavantu sukhinah

             Sarve santu niramayah

             Sarve bhadrani pashyantu

            Ma kaschi dukhabhagbhavet

            OM Santih, Santih, Santih  

 

          May all be happy

         May all be free from disease

         May all see things auspicious

         May none be subject to misery

         OM  Peace, Peace , Peace   

      

             For the beloved children who cannot

           

            read in Gujarati or Sanskrit.     

One thought on “PRAYER

  1. This mantra highlights the nature of the teacher-student
    relationship that produces ideal results for the student. The
    transference of mental, spiritual and intellectual energies from the teacher to the student can be achieved through a mutually nourishing relationship which is based on (mutual) respect, joy (of
    giving and receiving), and absence of malice or negative thoughts.I believe the primarily purpose of prayer is to affect us morally, not to get us stuff.
    Coming from our own body and mind. For freedom from this source of disturbance we chant the first “shanti”.Coming from the earth, from anything elemental or material outside of ourselves. This includes the environment — everything from the physical environment (such as the weather or climate) to the political environment. For freedom from this source of disturbance we again chant “shanti”.Coming from beyond the earth, such as from spiritual factors, including our own karma. For freedom from this source of disturbance we chant a final “shanti”.

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