Friday, 20 October 2017


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Today is going to be a great day. If you are reading this right now, SMILE, you’re alive.

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"O one with a majestic trunk, a massive form and the radiance of a million suns, I pray to you to remove the obstacles from all my endeavors, always.” Jai Shri Ganeshaya Namah! πŸ•‰πŸ˜πŸ™
Today is going to be a great day. If you are reading this right now, SMILE, you’re alive. The possibilities ahead of you are infinite, it’s true. Think about this and let it inspire you. A good life begins right now with a right choice. Yes, choose now to worship and pray to Ganesha if your life is full of obstacles, if you are having debts. Rinn Harta is another name for Lord Ganesha, which means he is the giver of wealth. Ganesha is Vighnaharta. He is invoked before the commence of anything significant and for this reason, he is called the Lord of Beginnings. Every ritual begins with Ganesha’s worship. It is said that once Lord Shiva wasn’t able to defeat the demon Tripurasura because he had not prayed to Ganesha before embarking on his mission to kill Tripurasura. He realised this and prayed to Ganesha and went on to fight Tripurasura. Worshipping Ganesha, one can reduce the malefic effects of Saturn also. The Rinn harta mantra is the Ganesha mantra for wealth and prosperity in life as Lord Ganesha is requested to keep debts and poverty away and bring abundance in life. When you are wondering how to make Lord Ganesha happy, this Mantra will take you one step closer to your aim in life and always shower Ganesha’s blessings upon you.
Rinn harta Mantra ~ "Om Ganesh Rinnam Chhindhi Varenyam Hoong Namaah Phutt”.
Be regular in your chanting for 48 days at least and follow your routine with dedication. Chant the mantras 108 times on rudraksha beads every day. In Ganapati Upanished, Ganesha beeja mantra ‘Om Gum/Gan Ganapataya Namah’ is mentioned. This mantra should be recited before beginning a new venture, so that Lord Ganpati brings success, wealth, good luck and peace! Praying to Ganesha on Wednesdays brings happiness, prosperity and removes the obstacles in one’s path! πŸ“ΏπŸ•‰πŸ˜πŸŽ¨πŸ™πŸ»
Hari Om Tat Sat ~ Om Namah Shivaya ~ Jai Shri Ganeshaya Namah ~ Beautiful Weekend Lovely Souls! Love, Light and Peace to all ! πŸ™πŸ»❤️

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Among the Dus Mahavidyas, Goddess Kali maintains a prominent position.

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Among the Dus Mahavidyas, Goddess Kali maintains a prominent position. The word "Kali" stands for “the black one”. This word originated from the Hindi word "Kaal" which stands for time, black, lord of death and death. In the Dus Mahavidya Sadhak Sadna, Mahakali is considered as the most powerful and influential goddess which gives influential immediate results. Ashtsidhis are attained by the sadhaks by performing this sadhana in a perfect way. In order to please the Goddess Kali mantras are chanted on night of Kali Chaudas. Puja is performed with her idol or picture and also Yantras are used. There are other means of worshipping the Goddess which include offerings, rituals and other ceremonies. SHE can give you anything and everything. Once she is pleased, all the aspirations of an individual can be fulfilled by her.
When one can reside within, without identification or attachment to the ever-changing external influences, then the Supreme Truth can be realized. This is the path that Mother Kali shows us. By spreading Her darkness over worldly desire, Kali makes seekers totally oblivious to the transient external elements. They then become totally contained in the Self.
Maa Kali is a protector who protects her devotee from:
1. Long-lasting illness
2. Diseases which cannot be cured
3. Black magic, its effects and evil spirits
4. Heavy debts
5. Hurdles in the success of your business
6. Betrayal by partner, spouse or best friend
7. Loss of job on regular basis
8. Decrease in the rate of success in career or education
9. Loss in career and no promotion
10. Origin of problems on a regular basis
11. Insult through unknown causes
12. Unfortunate events which can result in trouble
13. Bad effect of Saturn planet
Vamtantra also initiate tantrik mantra on night of Kali Chaudas to the individuals who seek to learn tantra and for tantra beginners, after proper initiation by sidha tantrik Guru. Everyone is inspired to do the maximum number of Japa of kali beej mantra "KRING/Kreem" meditating on kali ma.
Before chanting the mantras the Kali Yantra should be properly powerised and worshipped. Minimum recitation of the mantra should be 1008 times.
~ Om krim kalikayai namah ~ I bow my head to the Goddess Kali
Sri Mahakali Mantra ~ Om Hreem Shreem Kreem paramesvari kalike Hreem Shreem Kreem Swaha!! πŸ™πŸ»πŸ“ΏπŸ’€πŸ‘…πŸ‘πŸ’€❤️πŸŽ¨πŸ•‰πŸ™

Deepavali means, a row of lights. Its origins are a mystery, steeped in the myths and legends of ancient India.

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Happy Deepavali Beautiful Souls ~ ΰ€Άुΰ€­ ΰ€¦ीΰ€ͺाΰ€΅ΰ€²ी πŸ™πŸ»❤️πŸŽ‰️πŸ“ΏπŸŽˆπŸŽŠπŸ’₯️πŸŽ‰πŸŽˆπŸ’₯⚡️πŸ’«πŸŽ‰❤️πŸ™
Deepavali means, a row of lights. Its origins are a mystery, steeped in the myths and legends of ancient India. It was said to be originally a harvest festival. It was meant either to celebrate the harvest or to commemorate the ancestors who departed to the ancestral world. Vedic people believed that upon death souls who were not destined for liberation ascended to the ancestral world which was located in the moon by the path of ancestors, pitrmarg. Since the path was not as bright as the sunlit path of the immortals, people might have held lights, lamps and torches towards the sky on that day in the hope that it would help them ascend to the ancestral world.
References to the festival are found in the Padma and Skanda Puranas. According to Puranas, lamps that were lit on that day symbolized aspects of the Sun. Diwali is associated with several ancient legends, such as the ascent of Nachiketa to the heaven, the victory of Rama over Ravana and his return to Ayodhaya to ascend the throne, the return of the Pandavas from exile, and the victory of Lord Krishna over the demon Narakasura. In Kerala people believe that on this occasion the demon king Bali who was granted salvation by Shri Vishnu, visits the earth to see people celebrating the festival. Currently Maa MahaLakshmi who symbolizes all the positive forces of life and the divine aspect of wealth and abundance is revered as its principal deity and main object or veneration.
In a world ridden with the forces of ignorance, sorrow and conflict, we can feel its strong connection with the highest of our aspirations and deepest yearnings. In many ways, it is a ritual set in motion characterizing our natural inclination for things that are bright and beautiful, as expressed beautifully in the Vedic hymn, "tamasoma jyotirgamaya" ~ From darkness unto Light. Symbolically, it represents our divine nature and reminds us of our primary responsibility to pursue the path of light and attain liberation. The occasion offers innumerable opportunities to focus our minds upon god and practice devotional service through karma yoga with detachment amidst distracting festivities and worldly activities. πŸ”₯🎈❤️πŸŽ‰πŸ’₯⚡️🎊🎈πŸ”₯⚡️πŸ’«❤️πŸŽˆπŸŽ‰πŸŽŠ
Om Shri Ganeshaya Namah ~ Jai Maa Lakshmi Devi! πŸŒ·❤️🌷