Friday, 31 March 2017

Maha Kali is said to be the fiercest form of Durga, but that does not mean it brings ill to people.

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Maha Kali is said to be the fiercest form of Durga, but that does not mean it brings ill to people. It stands for ending evil in our lives. Just like those demons that even Lord Shiva or Shri Vishnu could not eliminate. Goddess Kali was created with the intention of achieving the unachievable and therefore was able to finish them within no time and protect the Hawans and Yajnas of the Rishi Munees. Therefore, it is also called as Shakti because it has the power to protect and make a safeguard around your life. It is difficult to realize happiness these days because problems plague people’s lives in one form or another. In such a scenario, you need to be firm and propound your faith in Maha Kali mantra that will vanish all your life’s problems in no time.
Beej mantra or seed mantra for Maa Kali is Kreem. Some pronounce it as Kreem whereas some as Kreeng. Japa is 500,000 for mantra siddha:
ॐ क्रीं कालिकायै नमः ~ Om krim kalikayai namah ~ I bow my head to the Goddess Kali
Sri Mahakali Mantra ~ Om Hreem Shreem Kreem paramesvari kalike Hreem Shreem Kreem svaha
There are different ways in which it can solve the problems of your life easily. The Maha Kali Mantra fills in you, strength and courage in big doses which makes you more powerful than your problems and helps you solve them quickly. You develop the positive spirit towards life, and you become happier each day. Like Maha Kali killed the demons that even Lord Shiva could not, the Maha Kali Mantra makes you achieve the impossible which can be attaining good financial position and remove all debts. The Maha Kali mantra makes the women of today stronger to achieve her goals despite all the odds faced in a patriarchal society when men are dominating. The mantra also wards away the bad eye and evil that can harm you and stop your growth. SO, it is like a protective covering of your life. It will bless you with strength and power, and fill you up with positive energy. You can use this Mantra to feel different, powerful and energetic. Shakti (energy) is given an exalted place in our scriptures. Most of the time, it is calm and gentle, but it can turn aggressive when needed.

Whenever there is stress, grief or illness, or when fear of death intrudes in awareness, the great Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is chanted.

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Om Trayambkam Yajamahe Sugandhim Pushtivardhanam Urvarukamiva Bandhanan Mrityor Mukshiya Maamritat 📿🕉📿
Whenever there is stress, grief or illness, or when fear of death intrudes in awareness, the great Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is chanted. The Great Death-Conquering mantra dedicated to Lord Shiva is found in Rigveda. It addresses the Rudra avatar of Shiva. Many names & forms, It is called the Rudra mantra, referring to the furious aspect of Shiva, the Tryambakam mantra, alluding to Shiva's three eyes and also known as the Mrita-Sanjivini mantra because its a life restoring mantra. It is unification of three Hindi words. Maha- great, Mrityun- death, and Jaya- victory ; the one who is victorious over death. It's also referred to as Mrita Sanjivni mantra because of its life restoring practise. Hailed by the sages as the heart of the Vedas, the Mahamrityunjaya Mantra awakens a healing force that reaches deep into the body and mind, lifting you up in times of trouble, restores health and happiness and brings calmness in the face of death. When courage or determination are blocked, it rises up to overcome obstacles. It's recited when taking medicines, for it prepares the body and mind to make the best use of them. And so, whenever matters of health, vitality or freedom from the fear associated with death arise, the Maha Mrityunjaya mantra naturally surfaces as a remedy and comfort.
According to Shiva Maha Purana, in case of fear it is advised to chant Mahamrityunjaya Mantra 1100 times. In order to get rid of ailments it is advised to chant the mantra 11000 times. For success and desire to bear children, it is chanted 150000 times. Ultimately to keep death at bay, it's advised to religiously Chant the Mahamrityunjaya japa for 150000 times. ! 💀🐍👁🌙💀🔱🍃🌀📿💀🕉🌷🐚🔔🎨💀
Hari Om Tat Sat ~ Om Namo Bhagwate Rudraya Namah 💀🐍👁🐍💀
Shubh Ratri ~ Good Night Dear All ❤️

Optimism is a happiness magnet. If you stay positive, good things and good people will be drawn towards you.

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Optimism is a happiness magnet. If you stay positive, good things and good people will be drawn towards you. 🌟🌀🌟Namaste Beautiful Souls. It's time for Weekend Vibes. ☀️🕉☀️ Yes, if you don't like something change it. If you can't change it, change the way you think about it. You can wake up everyday, cry about the past, and think of all your problems. But you can also wake up and thank god for the countless blessings. You can also think of all the lessons that past has taught you, learn from them, let go and move on. You can learn to be patient, and start your day with faith that good things take time. The choice is always yours. You can always change your focus and try to see the good things. It's all about your feelings. If you sit around dwelling on why your life sucks, you are going to make your life hell. If you shift those thoughts to ones of gratitude, you will feel more joyful and energised. An optimistic person is the one who focuses on the positive. Optimism does not mean ignoring the problem entirely, it means understanding that setbacks are inevitable, often temporary, and that you have the skills and abilities to combat the challenges you face. What you are dealing with may be difficult, but it is important to remain hopeful and positive about a brighter future. Appreciate that nothing in life is permanent. However good or bad a situation is now, it will change. Reinforce positivity in yourself. Know that you are strong and powerful. Know that you are awesome. Stop telling yourself that you are pessimist, your words have power to make you feel what you want to. We all have positive and negative attributes, and it's up to you remind yourself of what you want to feel everyday. It's the positive thoughts that will inspire a sense of hopefulness and the confidence required to take full advantage of the opportunities that do exist. Remember, the most beautiful rainbows come from the sunlight after a very dark storm! Love, Light & Happiness ~ Hari Om Tat Sat ~ Har Har Mahadev! 👁🐍🌙💀🔱🌀📿🌷🐚🔔🌿🕉🎨


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He is the One who existed even before the world began.
He is the One who has been prayed to, even when He was unseen.
And ever since the very first time He chose to make His presence known, Shiva has been loved by millions.
Records about Him from ancient folklore are very interesting;
He is the perfection of opposites:
Supreme spiritual Guru, but warrior Chieftain,
Ascetic, but perfect husband,
Mendicant, but householder,
Meditative, but intoxicated,
Master of yogic stillness, but King of dance;
Shiva is the fountainhead where paradox reconciles.
In the Hindu pantheon of Gods, He is called the destroyer,
And yet, known by the beautiful symbol of creation, the Shivlinga.
Shiva is a storyteller’s delight.
But because Shiva is hugely paradoxical, it comes as no surprise that, much as He is loved by the masses, there have been times when He has actually been maligned in some circles.This may have been by the design of a select few, as had happened at the instance of His own father-in-law, Daksha. Or then, it may simply be because of ignorance—a lack of knowing Shiva’s spiritual depth. Ignorance is not always bliss; ignorance mostly leads to a fear, which then makes up its own stories.
I believed it was important that Shiva’s endearing mythology, as well as His scintillating spirituality, both needed to be known.The twin wings that make the truly ethereal flight He eternally embarks upon.
It became my call to write a book that gives equal emphasis to Shiva’s story and reveals the fabulous mystic that He is, and indeed, has always been.
( Author's preface from the book SHIVA, The Ultimate Time Traveller.)

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Many people look at Gods as mere symbols, representations of forces or mind areas.

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Many people look at Gods as mere symbols, representations of forces or mind areas. Actually, the Gods are beings, and down through the ages ordinary men and women, great saints and sages, prophets and mystics in all cultures have inwardly seen, heard and been profoundly influenced by these superconscious, inner-plane, inner-galactic beings. Lord Ganesha is just such a being. He can think just as we can think. He can see and understand and make decisions, decisions so vast in their implications and complexity that we could never comprehend them with our human faculties of limited understanding. He is the Lord of wisdom and knowledge, also the first deity who awakens in our spiritual meditation and guide us on the path. That's why he is invariably worshipped first by every Hindu. We know Ganesha by many names of which Vighnaraja is one because he is the lord of obstacles. He also removes them when he deems fit. So devout Hindus worship Ganesha before starting any new venture or project.
Ganesha was also popular in both China and Japan centuries ago because of his association with Buddhism. Buddhism easily integrated Ganesha into their pantheon just as they admitted many other Hindu deities with same names but different status. The early Buddhists who went from the Indian subcontinent to spread Buddhism in other countries introduced Ganesha to the followers of the Buddha in China and from there the tradition moved to Japan. Subsequently in both China and Japan Ganesha gained popularity as a god who brought romance and good luck into people's lives. According to Buddhist tradition the Buddha himself revealed a mystic mantra called Ganapathihrdaya to his close disciple Ananda at Rajagriha. Followers of the Mahayana Buddhism allotted a specific place for Ganesha in their drawings of Mandalas or mystic diagrams. In China as well as in Japan, Buddha was worshipped in two forms. One was the traditional Ganesha with the usual and familiar appearance and the other was a two faced Ganesha standing opposite to each other. The laughing Buddha who became popular in China shares some physical features with Ganesha and is also associated with good luck and good fortune.! 🎨🕉🐘🕉🎨
Om Shri Ganeshaya Namah ~ Hari Om Tat Sat Namah Shivaya ! 🌀🕉👁🕉🌀