Opens Ajna Chakra
Bagalamukhi Yagya opens your Ajna chakra or the sixth chakra which represents conscience. It is the centre of intuition and foresight. This is a very gifted chakra and helps in seeing both the inner and outer worlds. When one’s conscience is awakened between the brows he goes beyond all kinds of desires that motivate life and impel one to move in many directions. The harmonious activation of Ajna Chakra grants mental insight, telepathic capacities, self-control, mental understanding through intellectual identification, memory and creative intelligence.
It controls the pituitary glands which is the master gland for the endocrine system and strongly influences the functioning of other glands as well. Opening this chakra paves way for a strong intuition and insight.
People who master the opening of the third eye never fall from grace. Their karma is pardoned and they possess the knowledge of the first six energy centres combined namely—Muladhara, Swadhishtana, Manipura, Anahata, Vishuddha, and Sahasrara. The ajna is a very powerful energy centre that allows the functioning of both hemispheres of the brain. It is above everything else and helps us to see beyond the mind, beyond the words.
Goddess Bagalamukhi converts our ignorance to knowledge by opening the Ajna chakra. She relates to the soft palate, the middle point between the eyes, ears, nose and tongue. The soft palate triggers the functioning of the third eye, and so the goddess is associated with the Ajna chakra. Concentration on the point of the soft palate gives control over the senses and vital energies or ‘prana’.
Bagalamukhi is the eighth of the ten wisdom goddesses. She is widely described as having a crane face and her name has been distorted from the words Valga, Vagla and later Bagla which means bridle–a strap placed on the face, especially of a horse, to control its mouth and eyes. Mukhi means face and hence she is bridle faced. The goddess has a golden complexion and her costume is yellow. She sits in a golden lion’s throne in the midst of a pond that is adorned with yellow lotuses.
She has control over life and death. She is also said to be a form of ‘Brahmastra’ and is popularly called ‘Brahmastra Roopini’. She is the weapon to destroy the enemies of the universe. She has the capability of paralyzing the evil forces; protection is one of her responsibilities. She is also said to have excessive magical powers.
Worshipping Bagalamukhi opens Ajna chakra which transcends time and this will enhance spirituality. Third eye chakra gives wisdom and increases conscience that leads to betterment in an individual’s life.
Of the ten Mahavidyas, Bagalamukhi is a powerful mahavidya that has the power to paralyze any evil soul and thus she is well known for protecting her devotees from evil powers. She strengthens planet Mars which eventually mitigates problems between married couples. It brings profit for law firms and professions like real estate and agriculture.
Baglamukhi Yagya Significance
Performing Bagalamukhi Yagya facilitates an individual to create a strong influence over others. It is ideal for winning court cases and achieve success in interviews. It ravages the pessimistic environment around you. Your career will be upgraded and business will flourish with enormous profits.
Baleful outcomes of sorcery, curses, black magic etc. will be sabotaged. Afflictions of Mars will be mitigated. Real estate business will make a huge fortune in the favourable dasa of Mars. Family disputes will be sorted out and family’s economy will go back to its normal condition.
Bagalamukhi Yagya Benefits
- Removes the effects of black magic
- Annihilates curses
- Frees one from legal problems
- Helps open the Ajna chakra
- Gives eternal knowledge
- Removes Mars’ malefic effects
- Family disputes will be settled
- Brings fortune for buying fixed assets