"This universe is born out of you.
This universe is
stabilized because of you. This universe ends at you. This universe
returns to you. You are the five elements namely the Earth, the Water,
the Fire, the Air, and the Sky. You are the four types of languages such
as PARA (which can be heard), Pashchanti (which is spoken with the movement
of lips, but cannot be heard), Madhyama ( which is spoken without the movement
of lips and cannot be heard) and Vaikhari (which is spoken mentally)."
" You are beyond the three virtues (such as found in saints, in royalty and in
common people). You are beyond the three stages (such as being awake, being in dream and being in
trance). You are beyond the three types of bodies (such as physical (big) body, spiritual (small)
body and the (eternal) blissful body). You are beyond the three types of Time (such as Creation (Past),
the present state and the End (Future). You are always at the center of the body, which sustains the
life. You are all the three forces (one to create, One to preserve and one to end). All the Yogis
meditate on you all the time. You are Brahma (the Creator). You are Vishnu (the Protector) .You are
Rudra (the destroyer). You are Indra ( The king of Gods who enjoys all the pleasures). You are Agni
(the sacrificial fire). You are Vayu (the air required for life). You are Surya (the Sun who gives
light and inspiration). You are Chandrama (the Moon who gives life to the all plants). You are Brahma
(the creator) you are Bhurbhuvaswarah (the Earth, the Sky and the Space). You are OM (the very first holy sound)."
After explaining in detail about Ganesh,
Atharva Rushi tells how to experience the God Ganesh (with the mantra).
"First you pronounce the letter GA which is in the beginning of word group called GANA.
Then you say A then make nasal sound which is written (in Sanskrit)like a half moon symbol. All this should be combined
in one syllable. This is how the one letter mantra is expressed."
(Atharva Rushi explains one more time) Gakar is first (Sound of GA is first) Akar is in middle
(sound of A is in middle). Anuswar is in the end (Nasal sound is in the end). All these three sounds should be
joined together to form one sound. This is Ganesh Vidya (Ganesh science). This is recited by Ganak Rushi. This
is composed in Nichrudgayatri Chhanda (Nichrudgayatri style) This mantra is for the God Ganapati
"OM GAM GANAPATAYE NAMAH"