Mantras are uttered to create a certain vibrational effect. They are given in the Sanskrit language which is the mother of all tongues. Sanskrit is what is know as a vibrational language as the words uttered from it create a certain specific effect. It is a perfect language. It was designed to be uttered by the human being and is structured in a extremely scientific way. Every letter, 52 in all, is designed to be spoken with ease and logic. The language begins with the vowel in the throat or guttural area of the month and moves forward in five separate positions to the lips. In studying Sanskrit one can easily see how the Indo-European group of languages began.
Morning Agnihotra Mantra
Sooryaya Idam Na Mama
The root Soo in Sanskrit describes an aspect of Almighty Power. Soorya means Sun. It does not describe the Sun of our solar system but instead refers to the Sun of all creation. Sun is the light which gives life. The word Swaha is the one of two words which belong to no language. The other is OM. Swaha offering. It is a vibrational word that when uttered by the human being activates the energy in the kundalini. Idam Na mama translates literally to mean “this not mine”. This refers to the passage in the Bible and other holy scriptures which means “Not my will but Thy will be done”.
Prajapataye Idam Na Mama
The word Prajapati means The Creator. It also is an aspect of Almighty Power which refers to the creative aspect of the Divine. The other words in the mantra refer to the same as above.
Evening Agnihotra Mantra
Agnaye Idam Na Mama
The word Agni means fire. In this mantra it is also referring to an aspect of Almighty Power. It is that aspect of Almighty Power which transforms. The rest of the mantra is the same as given in the paragraph defining Soorya. Repeat the second mantra as in sunrise.