Below is an explanation of how to use
Start at the end with the three beads:
The first large one (the Beginning) symbolizes the Father, the
middle one symbolizes the Son, and the third (large) one symbolizes
The Holy Ghost (Mother, Grace).
So you can start your rosary meditation in the Name of the
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
Then go to the side with the seven beads (not the side with
the thirty-three beads).
These seven beads symbolize the Seven Seals. While touching each of the beads in this portion, remember
all the things related to the corresponding Seal.
The first bead is the awakening of the spiritual forces, meditation,
chanting, gazing on The Greatest
Sign, and any other practices helpful in this endeavor.
It is also related to the Mystical Paths, the Spirit behind
the rest of the teaching.
It unifies all teachings which teach us that we have to have a
personal relationship with God, have to experience Him directly,
We do the same remembrance and anything else
related to each Seal as we touch a bead related to that Seal.
C- After finishing with
the first portion of the seven beads, there is a large bead. This bead will be repeated after any section is reached.
When we reach this bead, we remember (or recite)
Haree Om Shrii Hung, Om Nam
Kevalam (the HOSH
mantra). Then we also
remember what it means:
The Goal Of The Life Is To Be(come) Divine, That Divinity (God) Is
D- After this first
mantra bead there are four small beads.
They are to remind us what is the essence of God:
Tama, Raja, Satva (the creative forces, Mother), and the
F- After the second HOSH
mantra bead there are seven beads for the seven verses of
1- The first bead: "We pay our salutations to the Divine Father, who has helped
all come from ignorance to the Path of Enlightenment. Ignorance is the state of unawareness of the reality
behind this universe, and enlightenment is the state of Pure
2- The second bead: "We open our hearts to Your Grace [Mother] and pray for Your
Guidance in overcoming the power of the tama guna over our Souls and
detaching ourselves from Maya."
3- The third bead: "We adore and promise to endeavor to help the whole universe
to reach higher consciousness and eventually Pure Consciousness."
4- The fourth bead: "In reverence we bow our heads in front of all those Great
Souls, in the past and those to come who have helped and will help
all to understand Your Compassion and Mercy in Your Actions and
The fifth bead: "We surrender ourselves to You, the Words revealed to us
through Your Prophets, and Your
Sign, which clarifies the
confusion between all."
The sixth bead: "We submit only to You which is formless, nameless and
invisible. You in this
In any other state, humanity will be divided.
Also, this will prevent us from surrendering to false
prophets and teachers."
The seventh bead: "However, in reverence we bow our heads in front of all those
Great Souls who will teach us how to know You and show us the way to
become Pure Consciousness, as is the goal."
(These are called "The
Fifteen Commandments beads:
With touching each bead, remember that Commandment, then remember
what that Commandment stands for, its meaning, how it is related to
the Ten Commandments, etc.
The first bead: Submission:
The Divine Father in heaven is One, Invisible, Nameless, and
The second bead: Surrendering:
Do not go to complete prostration (submit) to anyone or thing
except Him, the Words revealed through His Prophets, and
Sign, which clarifies the
confusion between all.
The third bead: Goal of the Life:
Remember the goal of the life, which is to reach Pure
Consciousness and help others to reach the same.
4- The fourth bead: Messengers:
Consider the Prophets, Satgurus, Avatars or likewise as God's
Messengers to bring His Messages and Laws to humanity.
The fifth bead: Elects: Accept
Paravipras as the Chosen Ones to establish and enforce the Laws, to
spread the Messages of God and establish the Kingdom of Heaven.
The sixth bead: Non-violence: Not
violating the Daharma.
The seventh bead: Truthfulness, with
discriminating mind: To guide all thought, speech, and action
with the spirit of welfare.
The eighth bead: Not to Steal
(Non-Stealing, physically, mentally or spiritually): Do not take
things which belong to others, by thought, by taking (action), or by
preventing them from doing their duties or possessing things which
belong to them.
9- The ninth bead: Non-Indulgence: Not to indulge in the enjoyment of such amenities and comforts as
are superficial to the preservation of life.
10- The tenth bead:
Attachment to God: To keep the mind immersed in the ideation of God, to remain attached
to God, and to accept Him as the only Refuge, the only King, and His
Laws as the only Laws.
11- The eleventh bead: Internal and External
Cleanliness: To maintain purity and cleanliness of mind,
12- The twelfth bead:
Contentment and Mental
Ease: To remain in a state of mental equanimity and contentment.
13- The thirteenth bead: Satsang, Service and
Meditation: To attain true Satsang (when people talk only about
God, the universe and His Will), to practice penance in the service
of others (as being done for the Lord, in creating Communities of Light), and to sincerely meditate and/or do
The Reminder at least
twice a day.
14- The fourteenth bead:
Understanding God and
His Laws through the Scriptures: To clearly understand the
underlying meanings of the Scriptures and discourses of
15- The fifteenth bead:
To Be(come) Divine:
To strive to become perfect in our actions as God is, to ideate
that He does the Divine actions through us, and to become a perfect
instrument for His Will to be done, until able to radiate His Divine
Universal Truth through ourselves.
HOSH mantra bead.
J- The Reminder beads
section again. This
will be the second time you recite
The Reminder with touching each bead and reciting the related
verse or verses.
L- Divine Path
section: With touching each of these seven beads, remember the related
sections from the Divine Path Sutra which we recite after collective
The first bead: "The thoughts, love, and peace of God will arise in those who
perform meditation and/or The
Reminder twice a day or more regularly."
The second bead: "They will become an instrument for His Will,..."
The third bead: "...sacrifice all for this ideal,..."
The fourth bead: "...surrender and submit unto Him,..."
The fifth bead: "...and become a universalist at last."
The sixth bead: "Also, they follow the Fifteen Commandments. With these, they will become the Elects,..."
The seventh bead: "...win His Grace, and reach their goal."
The Reminder beads
section: This will be
the third time you recite The
Reminder with touching each bead and reciting the related verse
Virtues section: There
are thirty-three beads in this section.
With touching each one, remember the Thirty-Three Virtues.
The first bead: Fearlessness
The second bead: Purification of one's existence
The third bead: Cultivation of spiritual and intellectual knowledge
fourth bead: Charity
The fifth bead: Self-control (perpetual restraint of behavior and temper)
sixth bead: Performance of sacrifice -- selfless service, not being
self-centered, to be(come) humble
The seventh bead: Study of spiritual Scriptures
The eighth bead: Austerity and simplicity
The ninth bead: Non-violence (not violating the Daharma of things)
10- The tenth bead: Truthfulness
11- The eleventh bead: Freedom from anger
12- The twelfth bead: Renunciation (to offer the result of your actions to the
Lord, and ideate that your body is a tool for Him to perform Divine
13- The thirteenth
bead: Tranquility (magnanimity of mind)
14- The fourteenth bead: Aversion to faultfinding
15- The fifteenth bead: Compassion and freedom from covetousness
16- The sixteen bead: Gentleness
17- The seventeenth bead: Modesty and steady determination
18- The eighteenth bead: Vigor
The nineteenth bead: Forgiveness
20- The twentieth bead: Fortitude
21- The twenty-first bead:
22- The twenty-second bead:
Freedom from envy
23- The twenty-third bead:
Patience for honor
24- The twenty-fourth bead:
Readiness to sacrifice everything of individual life for the
25- The twenty-fifth
Sweet and smiling behavior
26- The twenty-sixth bead:
27- The twenty-seventh bead:
Setting an example by individual conduct before asking
anyone to do the same
The twenty-eighth bead:
Strict adherence to the
29- The twenty-ninth bead:
Constant contemplation of
30- The thirtieth bead: Even while dealing with a person of inimical nature, one must
keep oneself free from hatred, anger, and vanity
31- The thirty-first bead:
Keep aloof from talkativeness (idle talk)
32- The thirty-second bead:
Obedience to the structural code of discipline
33- The thirty-third bead:
Sense of responsibility
End with the four small beads:
They represent the four parts of The Holy Word you receive in
The first initiation is related to the bead closest to the
rosary, the second is the next, and so on.
The fourth initiation is the furthest from the rosary.
These do not include the introductory
So, the rosary is finished by remembering the
parts of The Word you have been initiated with.