Wednesday, 1 April 2015

"Desire, anger, greed, attachment, pride, jealousy ; these dacoits are residing within your own body. They are not outside.


"Desire, anger, greed, attachment, pride, jealousy ; these dacoits are residing within your own body. They are not outside. To loot you of the Jnana-Ratna, to rob you of the precious gem of spiritual wisdom, of Self-awareness and make you forget your Self, weep and wail and be in ignorance. In order to deprive you of this jewel of atma-jnana, they are there. Therefore, oh man, oh Sadhak, Jagrata, Jagrata. Beware, beware. In this way, from the submerged level of the chitta orthe deep within, various samskaras and vasana are brought into activity." ~ Adi Sankaracharya. Arishadvarg, the six passions of mind or enemies of desire, the negative characteristics which prevent man from realizing the atman, his true being. Kama and krodha or lust and anger are responsible for all kinds of difficult experiences which we have in our lives. With the false ego up and active, all our acting in the world becomes selfish and evil. Hence there is no other factor causing the illusory duality and the repeated pain. When the materially identified ego has sided with the materialistic forces of creation (Maya), it is said to have the following faults ~ kama, krodha, lobha, moha, mada or ahankara, and matsarya. Also called evil passions, man's Spiritual heritage constantly gets looted by these internal thieves, causing him to lose knowledge of his True Being. If a fellow is virtually a prisoner of arishadvargas then his life is totally governed by the destiny. As a person moves ahead on the path of self-realization, the grip of the destiny over him loosens and he gets more and more leverage to change his destiny. When a person identifies himself with the self, then he becomes part of the destiny power. His power of mere sankalpa is good enough to materialize and change any situation either for good or bad according to his sankalpa. ~ Narration of Shrimad Bhagavat Katha!
Hari Om Tat Sat Namah Shivaya!

Pray to Maa Durga Through Great Mantras. Chant these mantras to invoke the Blessings of Devi Maa Durga ~ Jai Maa Shakti ~ Jai Shiva Shankar ~ Happy Trayodashi!


Pray to Maa Durga Through Great Mantras. Chant these mantras to invoke the Blessings of Devi Maa Durga ~ Jai Maa Shakti ~ Jai Shiva Shankar ~ Happy Trayodashi!
SARVA MANGALA MAANGALYE, SHIVEYSARVAARTH SAADHIKEY, SHARNAYE TRAYAMBAKEY GAURI NAARAAYANI NAMOSTUTE ~ Oh Narayaani, Oh Shivi, Oh Gauri you fulfil the desires of all. I pray to you.
JYANTI MANGALAA KAALI BHADRA KAALI KAPAALINEE DURGAA KSHAMAA SHIVAA DHAATREE SWAAHAA SVADHAA NAMO STUTEY. ~ Oh Goddess, you who are known by the names of Mangala, kali, Bhdra kali, Kapalinee, durge, Kshama, Shivaa, Dhatri, Swahaa, Swadha, I pray to you
DEHI SAUBHAAGYAM AAROGYAM DEHI DEVI PARAM SUKHAM. RUPAM DEHI JAYAM DEHI YASHO DEHI DVISHO JAHI. ~ Oh Goddess, bless me with good fortune, good health, good looks, success and fame. Oh Vaishnavi, you are the very basis for the world. You have mesmerised the World. When you are pleased with some one you ensure his salvation from the cycle of life and death.

Life is hard enough as it is, and doing good can make the world a better place and help others who really need it.


Keep putting out good. It will come back to you tenfold in unexpected ways. When you are positive and you put out good this affects everyone and everything around you, and the same is true for negative emotions and actions. You never know when a good deed on your part may be returned many times. Life is hard enough as it is, and doing good can make the world a better place and help others who really need it. Eventually you will need help, and if you are someone who has made a habit of helping others you may be surprised at the results when you are down. A simple smile, a kind deed, or even a thank you that makes life a little better for someone else may be returned in unexpected ways. When you are positive and you put out good this will come back to you, often in ways that you never expected. Every kind act that you perform and positive action that you take will be returned tenfold, and the same is true of negative actions and unkind emotions. Fill your life with positivity and you will find that the entire world seems to be positive as well. If you have a negative mindset then you will only see the negative side of life, and this will come back to you exponentially as well. When you put out good your life will be filled with unexpected blessings, but if you put out negativity then you can expect this in return instead! Love, Light & Blessings ~ Jai Shiva Shankar ~ Om Namah Shivaya!!
Shubh Prabhat ~ May Blessings of Shiva be upon us!!

Baby born with 'elephant trunk' in Aligarh worshiped as Lord Ganesha


Baby born with 'elephant trunk' in Aligarh worshiped as Lord Ganesha
ALIGARH, MARCH 31: A baby girl born in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh reportedly is being worshipped as Lord Ganesha after she was born with a facial deformity that resembles an elephant's trunk.
Her aunt told the reporters that, "My sister-in-law gave birth to a girl and her face looks exactly like Lord Ganesha.Everybody says she is the incarnation the Ganesh. Everyone is flocking around her and giving their offerings."
According to reports, her facial lump is between her eyes and appears to have divided her nose in two when the girl was still in the womb. Doctors will examine the baby girl to find out the extent of her condition and whether they need to operate.
(Agencies)

GOLDEN HEART AND GOLDEN GLOW!


GOLDEN HEART AND GOLDEN GLOW!
Shivshanker Bholenath,in Meditation.
it is said His inner glow lights up a thousand suns across a thousand life cycles.Jai Shiv shanker!!!
Lord Shiva Bholenath, The golden heart and Golden glow!

Madurai Meenakshi (VIDEO)

Shiva. The greatest enigma in the Pantheon of Hindu Gods.


Shiva. The greatest enigma in the Pantheon of Hindu Gods.
King of all traits,The fountainhead where all opposites reconcile.
He is an ascetic, yet householder,
Meditator of the great stillness,yet Natraj the Dancer,
Chieftain of ferocious Ganas yet the gentlest soul.
Some people have said that he was a human raised to the level of God.
I think it is exactly the opposite:
Shiva, was always God, but he is so amazingly Human in His love that he is like one of us!
What do you feel?