When chanted with genuine
devotion under the guidance of guru, the sadhaka rises and snaps MA and NA
and progresses forward with the abundant help and grace VA - towards SI i.e.
Siva. If chanted during the daily ritualistic worship with austerities due and
single-minded concentration, the sadhaka feels rising heavenwards, since
beatitude pervading him makes his life livable, enjoyable, nay adorable to be
true. Highly evolved souls rose to Himalayan heights by its power and enjoyed
the Sannidhya mukti and ultimately Sayujya prapti ides illumination. Mother
Parvathi, chanted it fifty lakhs of times and obtained the most honorific name of
Jnanaprasunambika. Her concentration and devotion have become models and
serve as an unfailing guide to get emancipation. Nothing surpasses, nor stands
as peer to this chant of chants that confers Jnana, bliss and deliverance. This holy
chant is embedded in the Rudradhyaya in the fifth prapataka of the fourth kanda
of the Taittriya samhita of Krishna Yajurveda. It is hailed as the quintessence of
the Vedas - OM Namas Sivayacha, Siva tarayacha.