Avesta — Hoshbaam — Dawn — A Translation

AVESTA — HOSHBAAM — DAWN— A TRANSLITERATION To be recited at dawn only and at no other time. “From Atha iman vacho drenjayoish….Spentahe Mainyeush damanam ashaonam.” Thus, must you pray these words written underneath, which are very beneficial, giver of good health (tandarosti) you must try these; you must sing …

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Avesta — Sarosh Baaj Part IV — A Translation

SAROSH BAAJ PART IV — A TRANSLITERATION In the Avesta the Sarosh Baaj is one consolidated prayer, I have broken it into parts for better comprehension of the things we appeal for to the Ultimate, every morning when we pray the Sarosh Baaj. Sarosh Baaj part IV, consists of transliteration …

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Avesta — Sarosh Baaj Part lll — Translation

SAROSH BAAJ PART III —A TRANSLITERATION KEMNA MAZDA –A TRANSLITERATION The Sarosh Baaj of the Avesta is a farzeyaat prayer; a daily requirement. Though in the Avesta the Sarosh Baaj is one long prayer with no parts,  I have broken it into parts so as to better understand what it …

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Avesta — Sarosh Baaj Part II —Translation

AVESTA —SAROSH BAAJ PART II — TRANSLITERATION FRAVARANE  MAZDAYASNO —- TRANLITERATION   ‘FRAVARAANE MAZDAYASNO’ A Promise (fravarane) to the Mazdayasne religion   I, the brave follower of Hormazd, follower of the Path revealed by Zoroaster, renounce  the Demons (Div also means senses), a person who behaves in   accordance with the way/command …

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AVESTA — Sarosh Baaj Pt 1

SAROSH BAAJ — A TRANSLITERATION. Prayer to the energies of protection I am doing the Sarosh Baaj in parts at the request of many readers . Sarosh Baaj is the prayer Parsi children learn immediately after they learn the ‘Kusti’ prayers. Every morning, after doing the Kusti, every Zoroastrian prays …

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Avesta — Nirang Sarosh Yasht Vadi — USES

The Nirang like the Sarosh Yasht (Vadi) itself helps to keep in balance a person’s psyche (Mithra). If the Nirang is prayed before going to sleep, while in the subconscious state of sleep, the forces of thought are regulated and                                                                                   balanced. 1.for a sound sleep; 2. to have a healthy mind and body; 3. to psychological ailments; 4. Cleanse the home of disturbing /bad /evil vibrations.

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Avesta — Nirang Vanant Yasht –Uses

1. To be rid of: noxious and harmful creatures, filthy and stinking creatures, creatures like reptiles, scorpions, insects, ants, wasps, rats, midges, locust, lice, fleas mad monstrous spirits that plagued the pre-historic world creatures from another cycle of creation bringing ruin and destruction to the present world souls living in limbo or any conscious force that manifests inappropriately/improperly Maliciously clever, corrupt, half-witted intelligence or distorted wisdom Stagnant energy that has stopped progressing. In Zoroastrian lore, all that has stopped evolving or progressing has no further place in creation. 2. To eradicate all evil that can be transformed or destroyed with knowledge and wisdom. 3. To defeat the invincible.

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Avesta — Nirang Hom Yasht — Uses

Haoma or Hom is the healing energy (Yazad attributed the power of healing) and also the name given to the healing herb, Ephideris Vulgaris. In the reign of Kai Khushro lived the ninth Shoshyant also named, Hom. It is said that at least four Persian heroes who had reputable sons had invoked Hom to begat progeny ---- Vivanghat had Jamshid; Athwya had Faridun; Thrita had two, Urvakhsh and Kersasp; and Pourushasp had Zoroaster.

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Avesta—Nirang Ardibesht Yasht–Uses

USES: 1. Very powerful prayer for healing in all conditions wards off all evil things from the body of the afflicted; wards off all negativism from your mind. 2. To keep you away all maladies from your life. 3. To help you to always believe in the Power of Dadaar Ahura Mazda especially in very difficult times. 4. When you are despondent especially when you feel the justice is not done by Dadaar Ahura Mazda to the evil persons who has inflicted pain and anguish upon you and other innocent

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