Visvedeva Puja ||126||
1Brahma said: -Now I shall describe a mode of worship which entitles the votary to the highest beatitude, as well as to the pleasures of this life and to the Joy of self-emancipation.
2The votary shall psychically locate the his Mandalam (a transcendental figure) in the mystic: nerve Phlexus in the heart and mentally worship the deities Ganga, Jamuna, Mahanadi Dhatam and Vidhata at its different approaches.
3The deities, such as Sri, Danda, Pracanda and Vastu Purusa, should be likewise worshipped at its exterior lives, while the mystic tortoise (symbol of universal evolution and involution,) the universe receptacle and eternity should be worshiped at its centre.
4After that, the attributed, location, virtue, knowledge, non. attachment, splendor, impiety, non-knowledge, bondage, and the pollens, stems, and bulb of the mystic lotus lily should be worshipped.
5After that, the petals and stamens of that mystic flower, as we as the qualities of illumination, action, and nescience, the solar world, the lunar world, the region of fire, and the divine energies such as Vimala, etc., should be worshipped in that psychic mystic nerve plexus of the heart.
6Similarly, the deities Durga, Ganesha, Sarasvati and Kshetrapala, should be worshipped at the four crdinal points of the Mandalam, after that, the pedestal and the embodied image of the God should be worshiped followed by a similar puja of Vasudeva, Valabhadra and the God of Love.
7After that, Aniruddha and Narayana with his weapons and conch-shell should be worshipped, and the votary should practise the rite of sadanganyasa (psychic attraction and localisation of certain universal categories and attributed in the different parts of the human organism) in the usual orthodox way.
8Then, having worshipped the dieities, beauty, growth and Garuda he should worship the guardian deities of the different quarters of the heaven and the god Brahma, above, and the god Ananta, below.
9After that, the god Visvaksena should be worshipped at the north-east angle of the Mandalam. He, who can thus worship the god even for a single time in his life, is freed from the chains of successive re-births.
10The Pundarika and Gadadhara manifestations of the diety should be as well meditated upon in connection with the present form of worship.