THE PROCEDURE TO COMPLETE SAMAYIK


I have completed Samayik, subject to the limitations of matter, space, time and attitude. In this vow of Samayik, there were five faults to be avoided. They were:

1.      Mentally indulging in a foul way,

2.      Indulging in foul language,

3.      Indulging in foul acts,

4.      Negligence or carelessness, and

5.      Terminating it too soon.

 

If I have indulged in any of the above, then may all such faults be dissolved. TASSA MICHCHHAMI DUKKADAM.

If I have not behaved properly, not observed properly, not worshiped properly, as ordained by the Lord Vitraag, then may all my lapses be dissolved.

While performing Samayik, if I have indulged in any of the mental gossips about sex, food, or politics, then may all such faults be dissolved.

While performing Samayik, if I have fallen a prey to any of the 4 instincts of appetite, fear, passion or possessiveness, then may all my such lapses be dissolved.

While performing Samayik, if I have thought of committing violations (Atikrama), made preparation for the commission of such violations (Vyatikrama), attempted to commit such violations (Atichara), or actually committed the violations (Anachara) of any restraints, then may all my such lapses be dissolved.

Samayik Vrat was undertaken, performed, and completed in a professed manner. If any error has crept in, then may all such lapses be dissolved.

While performing Samayik, during recitation, if any scriptural errors have been committed, by way of omissions, inclusions, or variations of the text, then may all my errors be dissolved. TASSA MICHCHHAMI DUKKADAM.