mµulam dharmatarorvivekajaladhe pµuraendumanandadam
vairagyammbujabhaskaram hyaghaghanadhvantapaham tapaham,
mohambhodharapµugapatanavidhau svasambhavam shankaram vande brahmakulam kalankasamanam sriramabhµupapriyam.
I reverence Bhagavan shankara , the shiva, the progeny of Brahman., the very root of the tree
of piety, the beloved, devotee of King srirama, the full moon that brings joy to the ocean
of wisdom, the sun that opens the lotus of dispassion, the wind that disperses the clouds
of ignorance, who dispels the thick darkness of sin and eradicates the threefold agony
and who wipes off obloquy.
This all is the prayer of the mind , the mann , the sixth verse which is root cause of every doing . the vedic prayer says as……
Shiva is defined in the sixth verse as THAT which abides in the heart and carefully guides all persons. By becoming conscious of his/its divine will, we can intuitively perform actions effectively in the outer world .
yajjAgrato dUramudaiti daivaM tadu suptasya tathaivaiti dUraggamaM jyotiShAM jyotirekaM tanme manaH shivasaMkalpamastu The Divine Essence , the mind or the mann that goes away,from the waking, and likewise comes in the sleeping,and that one far-travelling Light of Lights,On-that-auspicious-WILL OF SHIVA , THE WELFARE OF ALL-may my mind dwell.yena karmaNyipaso manIShiNo yajje kRuNvanti vidatheShu dhIrAH yadpUrvaM yakShamantaH prajAnAM tanme manaH shivasaMkalpamastu That by which wise men, skilful in rituals,and steady in assemblies, perform their tasks,that peerless Spirit that lies in all creatures,On-that-auspicious-will-of-Shiva-may my mind dwell.yatprajjAnamuta cheto dhRutishcha yajjyotirantaramRutaM prajAsu yasmAnna Rute kiM chana karma kriyate tanme manaH shivasaMkalpamastu That which is deep knowledge, intellect, memory,that which is the deathless Flame in living beings,without which nothing whatever is done,On-that-auspicious-will-of-Shiva-may my mind dwell.yenedaM bhUtaM bhuvanaM bhaviShyat parigRuhItamamRutena sarvam yena yajastAyate saptahotA tanme manaH shivasaMkalpamastu That immortal Essence by which allthe past and present world is comprehended,by which the ritual spreads with the seven priests,On-that-auspicious-will-of-Shiva-may my mind dwell.The seven hotas--priests, are the chief hota and his six assistants: Prashasta, BrAhmaNachchamsi, Bodha, Neshthi, Agnidhra, ichchvAka. The seven hotas are also considered to be the seven rays of the sun and as the seven breaths in head.yasminnRuchaH sAma yajur;Shi yasmin pratiShThatA rathanAbhAvivArAH yasmishichattAM; sarvamotaM tanme manaH shivasaMkalpamastu That in which the Rik, the SAman, the Yajus are held firm,like spokes in the nave of a chariot-wheel,in which all thoughts of living beings lie interwoven,On-that-auspicious-will-of-Shiva-may my mind dwell.suShArathirashvAniva yanmanuShyAnneniyata&bhIshubhirvAjina iva hRutpratiShThaM yadajiraM javiShThaM tanme manaH shivasaMkalpamastu That which guides men like a good charioteerwho controls fleet-footed horses with the reins,that which abides in the heart, most swift and active,On-that-auspicious-will-of-Shiva-may my mind dwell. Shiva is defined in the sixth verse as THAT which abides in the heart and carefully guides all persons. By becoming conscious of his/its divine will, we can intuitively perform actions effectively in the outer world.