Along with the Pranav Mantra Sadhana, I am going to share another, extremely extremely rare Gayatri Mantra of Pranav. - Ashok Mehta
It is said, that the end of the Kalpa, all the Vedas, Purana,Shastra,and the whole world enters the ।। नमः शिवाय ।। Mantra and then, this Namah Shivaya Mantra, Lord Vishnu and all the Devata enter the Mantra Om and this Pranav, then enters lord Shiv's Damru.
After that, at the beginning of the new world, All the above mentioned come out of Lord Shiv's Damru and run the Kalpa.
What more needs to be said about the Pranav Mantra. Telling about its benefits is meaningless because the Mantra is the Saar of Sanatan Dharma. The whole Sanatan Dharma has formed from this Om Mantra.
Hence, whatever our Sanatan Dharma is capable of giving, those those things, a person will get.
The procedure of the Pranav Sadhana is very simple -
1. Start this Sadhana from any day in the Brahma Muhurat facing the east.
2. Sit on a Kush Aasan wearing white clothes.
3. Establish a Chowki in front of you and spread a white cloth on it.
4. Keep a copper plate in it and keep an energised Parad Shivling in it.
5. Offer a Bel Patra, Rice, Black Sesame, Chandan-Kesar Paste, Honey, etc.
6. Worship your Guru and the Panch Devta.
7. Take a Sankalp that you are doing Purushcharan of the Pranav Mantra.
8. Chant 100 Mala of Pranav Mantra for 1000 days to get Siddhi over Pranav. Use a Rudraksh Mala for this purpose.
9. After that, whenever you want to fulfill absolutely any kind of wish, you must chant this Mantra as a Prayog by taking a Sankalp and then chanting 50 Mala for 40 days.
|Pranav Mantra and Pranav Gayatri Mantra|
The person who does this Pranav Mantra Siddhi, doesnt need Mukti because he is already Mukt in this Bhurlok itself. A person who gains Siddhi over this Maha Mantra, I am sure, will live for at-least 100,000 years and gain some of the most legendary achievements in the Sadhana world.
Now, I will share the extremely extremely rare Pranav Gayatri Mantra. For Siddhi, one must chant this Mantra 24 lac times. This is the second Mantra shown in the image.