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Diwali Mahalakshmi Sadhana

Global Meditation of Divine mother Mahalakshmi, Lakshmi Narayana and Kubera during Diwali :

Importance of Global Meditation:

The global meditation of Divine mother Mahalakshmi helps to bring transformation in the participants and also to the world. When we all meditate together at the same time & day for the same cause then the energy that generates is thousand times greater than what we experience during our daily meditation for days, months or even years (depending on the number of participants). The tremendous energy generated from this global meditation helps to heal the participants by removing the deep rooted energy blockages. This in turn solves your life problems. Not only it heals the participants but also the world by creating divine positive energy. This Global meditation is an opportunity for us to serve humanity and also grow spiritually.

Details:

Venue: Where you are

Date:   30th Oct 2016

Time (Indian Standard Time): Morning 7.00 to 7.30 am & Evening 7.00 to 7.30 pm  (Devotees from different countries please adjust your time zone with Indian standard Time http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html?sort=1)

General guidelines for meditation:

  • Sit on a woollen mat (you can also use chair but keep woollen mat below your feet) in a quiet place in a comfortable position with spine kept straightand facing east or north for the meditation.

  • Chant OM Nine times to balance you energy centers in the body

  • Do deep breathing for 3-5 minutes

  • Imagine divine mother Mahalakshmi/lakshminarayana/Kubera at your Ajna Chakra (in between the eyebrows) and worship mentally by offering flowers while chanting mantra.

  • Chant the mantra for 108 times or 15-30 min as given below.

Mahalakshmi Mantra:

 Om Shreem Hreem Shreem Maha Lakshmiyei Namaha 

Lakshmi Narayan Mantra:

Om Aim Shreem Kleem Lakshmi Narayanaaya Namaha

Kubera Mantra:

Om Kleem Shreem Kleem Vittesvaraya Namaha

Note: All above 3 mantras should be chanted on 30th Oct 2016 Few thoughts on Lord Kubera: Lord kubera is not just a yaksha as many people think of him. He is a siddha and Great Master of Srividya Sadhana. Siva-shakti were happy with his tapasya and gave him a responsibility to look over kingdom of Yakshas. But he is Yogi, great Siddha and can be apporached as a guru of Srividya sadhana then a yaksha. I am writing this with my own experience as he revealed many secrets of srividya, Kamakala Kali sadhana and others to me. May Siddha Kubera bless us in this Global Meditation of Mahalakshmi & Kubera sadhana

Note:

You don’t need to take deeksha to chant these mantras as we are programmed them in such a way that anyone can chant and get benefits.

Article – Inviting Mahalakshmi to this Deepawali 

BY SUSHIL. K
Inviting Mahalakshmi this Deepawali? Who is Lakshmi? Lakshmi is “Lakshya” or “Goal” of our life; which is to be attained. But then, what is our Goal? To be a Millionaire, or even a billionaire; to be a No. 1 athlete; or a writer, or a CEO of a company! What actually is your Goal? Lakshmi is what we always search for. She is something everyone wants but only few will be lucky to get to know her. What does that mean? It means that Lakshmi is the “Aim of Life.” Becoming rich or a CEO is not the aim of life nor should it be. Our ultimate goal should be to merge with Shiva & Shakti, i.e., to attain the ultimate bliss. Some call it Siddhi, some the ultimate joy, the happiness, the “Sat Chit Anand.” So, is this attainable? If your answer is “Yes, it is,” then you will certainly attain Lakshmi, which is the ultimate goal/aim of your life and that is the truth, provided you follow the right path with right guidance. I know this is not easy as said and for a normal sadhak, who is not cognizant with the True Divine Knowledge of this universe; for him, Lakshmi is simply a “Goddess of Wealth,” and Deepawali is the most celebrated festival amongst Hindus, to invite Goddess Lakshmi into your house and get her divine blessing. So, let us know how to invite her on Deepawali, which is the most auspicious night and it fell on November 3rd this year. Before we even attempt to do her puja and invite her, we need to understand her principles first. Because, you are going to do her Upasana, and upasana means to sit near her or in a broader sense, come closer to her. If we do not know her, how can we come closer to her? So, then what are her principles? There are 16 forms of Lakshmi. Here, some of the reader might know about 8 forms of Lakshmi (Astalakshmi) and some even not have heard of other forms of Lakshmi. So, let us understand them first. Lakshmi is the giver of the 16 following principles or simply say wealth: Fame; Knowledge; Courage & Strength; Victory; Good Children; Valor; Gold, Gems & Other Valuables; Grains in abundance; Happiness; Bliss; Intelligence; Beauty; Higher Aim; Morality and Ethics; Good Health; & Longevity. So, if we can please her with our upasana, what else do we need apart from the above 16 forms of Lakshmi? If we can really call her on that day, Lakshmi will certainly open the floodgates of heaven (wealth) to meet our needs. Let me explain the picture and her mudras and what they actually relate to have a better understanding.
 Goddess is shown to be seated on Lotus flower, which symbolizes “Living in the outer world,

Global Meditation of Divine mother Durga during Ashadha Gupt Navaratri :

From 2nd to 10th Oct 2016

Importance of Global Meditation:

The global meditation of Divine mother Durga helps to bring transformation in the participants and also to the world. When we all meditate together at the same time & day for the same cause then the energy that generates is thousand times greater than what we experience during our daily meditation for days, months or even years (depending on the number of participants). The tremendous energy generated from this global meditation helps to heal the participants by removing the deep rooted energy blockages. This in turn solves your life problems. Not only it heals the participants but also the world by creating divine positive energy. This Global meditation is an opportunity for us to serve humanity and also grow spiritually.

Navaratri and Navadurga sadhana:

Navaratri or Navadurga Parva happens to be the most auspicious and unique period of worship of Shakti. The Puranas also describe in parables, stories and anecdotes the pre-eminence of Shakti. In “Devi Bhagavat”- is exclusively devoted to the Divine exploits of Durga. The “Markandey Purana” describes the manifestations of the Supreme Shakti as Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Mahasaraswati. Mahakali destroys the forces of the evil, crushes ego and eliminates ignorance. Mahasaraswati is the deity of discerning intellect, pure knowledge and creative talents. Mahalakshmi is the Goddess of beauty, harmony, prosperity and progress. The hymns describing the magnificence of the great manifestations of Shakti and the 700 mantras of its sadhanas are compiled as “Durga Saptashati” in this Purana. The Skanda Purana describes the epic incarnation of Goddess Durga. The Brahm Purana and Brahmvaivarta Purana also narrate the divine descent of the powers of the supreme Shakti. Lord Brahma is cited in the Markandey Purana as mentioning to Rishi Markandey that the first incarnation of Shakti was as Shailputri. Other incarnations of the Divine Mother are: Brahmcharñi, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatri in that order. These nine manifestations of Shakti, are worshipped as “Nava-Durga. The nine-day period of Navaratri is of supreme importance for physical, mental and spiritual health as it lies at the juncture of two seasons. The nourishing energy currents in Nature are at their peak during this transitive phase to eliminate the harmful, negative elements and impressions from our gross and subtle bodies. The sublime domains of consciousness force as stabilized in earth consciousness by the rishis and yogis are most active during this special period. It thus offers us a rare opportunity of expeditiously accomplishing the sadhanas of spiritual elevation.

Details:

Venue: Where you are Date: 2nd to 10th Oct 2016 Time (Indian Standard Time): Morning 7.00 to 7.30 am & Evening 7.00 to 7.30 pm  (Devotees from different countries please adjust your time zone with Indian standard Time http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html?sort=1)

General guidelines for meditation:

  • Sit on a woollen mat (you can also use chair but keep woollen mat below your feet) in a quiet place in a comfortable position with spine kept straightand facing east or north for the meditation.

  • Chant OM Nine times to balance you energy centers in the body

  • Do deep breathing for 3-5 minutes

  • Imagine divine mother Durga at your Ajna Chakra (in between the eyebrows) and worship mentally by offering flowers while chanting mantra.

  • Chant the mantra for 108 times or 15-30 min as given below on respective days of navaratri.

Navadurga Mantras:

 1.First Day Sadhana ( 2nd Oct 2016 ): Sri Devi Shailputri.

“Om Hreem shreem Shailputri Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha”

ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं शैलपुत्री दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः

2.Second Day Sadhana (3rd Oct 2016): Sri Devi Brahmcharñi

“Om Hreem shreem Brahmcharñi Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha”

ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं ब्रह्मचरणी दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः

3.Third Day Sadhana( 4th Oct 2016): Sri Devi Chandraghanta

“Om Hreem shreem Chandraghanta Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha”

ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं चंद्रघंटा दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः

4.Fourth Day Sadhana(5th Oct 2016): Sri Devi Kushmanda

“Om Hreem shreem Kushmanda Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha”

ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं कुष्मांडा दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः

5.Fifth Day Sadhana(6th Oct 2016): Sri Devi Skandamata

“Om Hreem shreem Skandamata Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha”

ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं स्कंदमाता दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः

6.Sixth Day Sadhana (7th Oct 2016: Sri Devi Katyayani

“Om Hreem shreem Katyayani Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha”

ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं कात्यायनी दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः

7.Seventh  Day Sadhana(8th Oct  2016): Sri Devi Kalratri

“Om Hreem shreem Kalratri Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha”

ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं  कालरात्रि दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः

8.Eight Day Sadhan(9th Oct  2016): Sri Devi Mahagauri

“Om Hreem shreem Mahagauri Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha”

ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं  महागौरी दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः

9. Ninth Day Sadhana(10th Oct  2016):Sri Devi Siddhidatri

“Om Hreem shreem Siddhidatri Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha”

ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं सिद्धिदात्री दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः

Note: You don’t need to take deeksha to chant these mantras as they are programmed and intended by Sadguru Sivapremanandaji in  such a way that anyone can chant and get benefits.

Mahashivaratri Siva Sadhana

Global Meditation of Divine Father Siva during Shivaratri :08 th March 2016

Importance of Global Meditation:

The global meditation of Divine helps to bring transformation in the participants and also to the world. When we all meditate together at the same time & day for the same cause then the energy that generates is thousand times greater than what we experience during our daily meditation for days, months or even years (depending on the number of participants). The tremendous energy generated from this global meditation helps to heal the participants by removing the deep rooted energy blockages. This in turn solves your life problems. Not only it heals the participants but also the world by creating divine positive energy. This Global meditation is an opportunity for us to serve humanity and also grow spiritually. Shiva Mahashivaratri (Night of siva) falls on Magh Krishna Chaturdashi. This year it falls on 07 March 2016 (as per IST). On this day, the Shiva principle descends to Earth a thousand times more than usual. Siva sadhana performed on this day is very helpful to purify all five elements (Earth, Water, Fire, Air & Ether) in our body and raise our soul consciousness and ultimately merge in Siva consciousness. Not only spiritual uplifement but also such purification of five elements helps to solve worldly problems as well. To obtain the full benefit of Lord Shiva’s principle, one should do the following Siva Sadhana on this auspicious day. Note: Mahasiddhar Thirumoolarji used to come out of Samadhi on Mahashivaratri to bless all the devotees and impart one gem of wisdom and insight. The collection of his sayings become a Holy book of Thirumanthirum. You will be receiving blessings of Mahasiddhar Thirumoolarji when you participate in this global event of Mahashivaratri meditation.

Details:

Venue: Where you are Date: 07 March 2016 Time (Indian Standard Time):  Evening 7.00 to 9.00 pm (Devotees from different countries please adjust your time zone with Indian standard Time  http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html?sort=1

General guidelines for meditation:

  • Sit on a woolen mat (you can also use chair but keep woollen mat below your feet) in a quiet place in a comfortable position with spine kept straight and facing east or north for the meditation.
  • Chant OM Nine times to balance you energy centers in the body
  • Do deep breathing for 3-5 minutes
  • Visualize Divine Father Siva in living form at your Ajna Chakra (in between the eyebrows) and worship mentally by offering flowers while chanting mantra.
  • Chant each of the following mantra for 27 or 54 or 108 times or 15-30 min

Chant the mantras in a following order:

1) Stula Siva Mantra

    OM NA MA SI VA YA

2) Sukshma Siva Mantra

    OM SI VA YA NA MA

3) Ati Sukshma Siva Mantra

    OM SI VA YA SI VA

4) Karana Siva Mantra

    OM SI VA YA VA SI

5) Ati Karana Siva Mantra

SIVOHUM

         

 

Abhishekam(The Water Ritual) of Shiva Lingam:

The Water as per the Scriptures is the physical plane manifestation of the ethers of the solar and cosmic plane. They also represent the life energy. The Water Ritual (Abhishekam) aims at the manifestation of the electrical power from its invisible planes to the visible planes. Rudra, the Lord of Vibration, is the first and foremost of the Vedic Devas who enables the light beyond darkness to manifest as the light visible and tangible. He is the Lord that destroys the darkness to bring down the light beyond darkness into the perception and experience of the beings. He is also the Lord who destroys the darkness of ignorance as it exists in the mortal beings and leads them into the light. Rudra helps enable a being to experience the Divinity and its activity. The vibration of the Lord exists in all that IS. That is what is to be perceived by the aspirant who worships Rudra. This Water Ritual is given by Dr. K. Parvathi Kumar in seven steps for the benefit of all. Step one relates to the fivefold mantra of the Lord, which enables gaining supremacy over the five senses and also develop the will of the mind. Step two is a worship mantra seeking fulfilment from the Lord. Step three relates to the ten dimensions of the Lord i.e., east, south-east, south, south-west, west, north-west, north, north-east, above, and below. With Rudra at the centre, the total is 11. This mantra enables the construction of a double pyramid around the ritualist. This enables the total protection to the ritualist. Step four consists of worshipping the Lord with his eleven chief names. The eleven names are attributed to the eleven varieties of vibrations of the Lord. Step five relates to a special hymn formulated in the Veda for propitiation of the Lord. It is the heart of the chief hymn to the Lord Rudra as contained in the Yajur Veda. Step six relates to seeking longevity of life until the ritualist realizes the myth of death and releases himself consciously from the bondage of the body. Step seven relates to the chief invocation of Lord Rudra who exists in matter, water, fire, air, ethers, and permeates all that IS. During the Water Ritual, each time a name of the Lord is uttered, a spoonful of fresh water is to be offered upon the Shiva Lingam. In all, 77 spoonful’s of water need to be offered as per the brief ritual given below.

     
Step
I    
Om Namassivaya
5 times
     
 
Step
II
Om Namassivaya Siddham Namaha
11 times
     
 
Step
III
Om Namo Bhagavate Rudraya
11 times
     
 
Step
IV
Om Namaste Astu Bhagavan  Visveswaraya  Mahadevaya  Triambakaya  Tripurantakaya  Trikagni Kalaya  Kalagni Rudraya  Neelakantaya  Mrutyunjayaya  Sarveswaraya  Sada Sivaya  Srimanmahadevaya Namaha
1 X each  Total: 11 times
     
 
Step
V
Om Nama Ssomaya Cha  Rudraya Cha  Nama Stamraya Cha  Arunaya Cha  Nama Ssangaya Cha  Pasupataye Cha  Nama Ugraya Cha  Bhimaya Cha  Namo Agre Vadhaya Cha  Dure Vadhaya Cha  Namo Hantre Cha  Haneeyase Cha  Namo Vrikshebhyo  Hari Kesebhyo  Nama Staraya  Nama Ssambhave Cha  Mayobhave Cha  Nama Shankaraya Cha  Mayaskaraya Cha  Nama Ssivaya Cha  Sivataraya Cha  Nama Ssivaya Cha  Sivataraya Cha  Nama Ssivaya Cha  Sivataraya Cha
1 X each  Total: 25 times
     
 
Step
VI
Om Triambakam  Yajamahe  Sugandhim  Pushti Vardhanam  Urvarukamiva Bandhanan  Mrutyor Muksheeya  Maa Mrutaat
11 times
     
 
Step
VII
Yo Rudro Agno Yo  Apsuya Oshadhishu  Yo Rudro Visva Bhuvan  Avivesa  Tasmai Rudra  Ya Namo Astu
3 times
In all total: 77 (7 x 11) mantras
 
Om Shanti Shanti Shantihi.
   

Global Meditation of  Lord Dattatreya on Datta Jayanti(24 Dec 2015):

Importance of Global Meditation: The global meditation of Divine mother Durga helps to bring transformation in the participants and also to the world. When we all meditate together at the same time & day for the same cause then the energy that generates is thousand times greater than what we experience during our daily meditation for days, months or even years (depending on the number of participants). The tremendous energy generated from this global meditation helps to heal the participants by removing the deep rooted energy blockages. This in turn solves your life problems. Not only it heals the participants but also the world by creating divine positive energy. This Global meditation is an opportunity for us to serve humanity and also grow spiritually.

lord Dattatraya The birth of Deity Datta, Who incarnated on the full moon day (pournimā) of the Hindu lunar month of Mārgshīrsha, is celebrated as Datta Jayanti Which falls on 24th Dec 2015. On Datta Jayanti, Deity Datta’s principle is more active on Earth as compared to any other day. By worshipping Deity Datta with full devotion, one can derive maximum benefit of the Datta principle. Datta means experiencing ‘I am the soul’. We all can walk, talk, and breathe only because of the soul in us. This indicates presence of God in us. We cannot exist without the soul. Once we realize this, we will be able to behave with everyone lovingly. Let us make efforts to achieve this on Datta Jayanti. Deity Datta is also called Avadhūt, which means the One Who destroys ego. Let us pray – O Dattatreya, please give me strength and intellect to destroy the ego. Another name of Deity Datta is Digamabar, which means, The One Who is all pervading. It means He is everywhere. In comparison, we are nothing. Let us pray – ‘O Dattatreya, please teach us how to surrender ourselves”.

Details:

Venue: Where you are Date:   24th Dec 2015 Time (Indian Standard Time): Morning 7.00 to 7.30 am & Evening 7.00 to 7.30 pm  (Devotees from different countries please adjust your time zone with Indian standard Time http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html?sort=1)

General guidelines for meditation:

  • Sit on a woollen mat (you can also use chair but keep woollen mat below your feet) in a quiet place in a comfortable position with spine kept straightand facing east or north for the meditation.
  • Chant OM Nine times to balance you energy centers in the body
  • Do deep breathing for 3-5 minutes
  • Imagine Lord Dattatreya at your Ajna Chakra (in between the eyebrows) and worship mentally by offering flowers while chanting mantra.

Dattatreya Mantra:

1) Hari OM TatSat Jai Gurudatta

ll हरी ॐ ततसत जय गुरुदत्त ll

2)  Om Aam Hreem Krom Ehi Dattatreya Swaah

llॐ आं ह्रीं क्रों एहि दत्‍तात्रेयाय स्‍वाहा ll

  • Chant each mantra for 108 times or 15-30 min as given above.

Benefits of Lord Dattatreya Mantra Sadhana:

  • Overcome from Ancestral problem/Pitru Dosha
  • Invokes GURU principle, awakens kundalini  and helps in spiritual realization of Ultimate Truth
  • Remove negative energy affecting from astral entities
  • overcome Guru curse/dosha, and Brahman curse 
  • Experience grace of guru in your life
  • Removes Spiritual problems/obstacles 
  • overcome Childless issues 

Diwali Mahalakshmi Sadhana

Global Meditation of Divine mother Mahalakshmi, Lakshmi Narayana and Kubera during Diwali :

Importance of Global Meditation:

The global meditation of Divine mother Mahalakshmi helps to bring transformation in the participants and also to the world. When we all meditate together at the same time & day for the same cause then the energy that generates is thousand times greater than what we experience during our daily meditation for days, months or even years (depending on the number of participants). The tremendous energy generated from this global meditation helps to heal the participants by removing the deep rooted energy blockages. This in turn solves your life problems. Not only it heals the participants but also the world by creating divine positive energy. This Global meditation is an opportunity for us to serve humanity and also grow spiritually.

Details:

Venue: Where you are

Date:   11th and 12th November 2015 Time (Indian Standard Time): Morning 7.00 to 7.30 am & Evening 7.00 to 7.30 pm  (Devotees from different countries please adjust your time zone with Indian standard Time http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html?sort=1)

General guidelines for meditation:

  • Sit on a woollen mat (you can also use chair but keep woollen mat below your feet) in a quiet place in a comfortable position with spine kept straightand facing east or north for the meditation.
  • Chant OM Nine times to balance you energy centers in the body
  • Do deep breathing for 3-5 minutes
  • Imagine divine mother Mahalakshmi/lakshminarayana/Kubera at your Ajna Chakra (in between the eyebrows) and worship mentally by offering flowers while chanting mantra.
  • Chant the mantra for 108 times or 15-30 min as given below.

Mahalakshmi Mantra:

Om Shreem Hreem Shreem Maha Lakshmiyei Namaha

 

Lakshmi Narayan Mantra:

Om Aim Shreem Kleem Lakshmi Narayanaaya Namaha

Kubera Mantra:

Om Kleem Shreem Kleem Vittesvaraya Namaha Note: All above 3 mantras should be chanted on 11th and 12th November 2015 Few thoughts on Lord Kubera: Lord kubera is not just a yaksha as many people think of him. He is a siddha and Great Master of Srividya Sadhana. Siva-shakti were happy with his tapasya and gave him a responsibility to look over kingdom of Yakshas. But he is Yogi, great Siddha and can be apporached as a guru of Srividya sadhana then a yaksha. I am writing this with my own experience as he revealed many secrets of srividya, Kamakala Kali sadhana and others to me. May Siddha Kubera bless us in this Global Meditation of Mahalakshmi & Kubera sadhana

Note:

You don’t need to take deeksha to chant these mantras as we are programmed them in such a way that anyone can chant and get benefits.

Article – Inviting Mahalakshmi to this Deepawali 

BY SUSHIL. K
Inviting Mahalakshmi this Deepawali? Who is Lakshmi? Lakshmi is “Lakshya” or “Goal” of our life; which is to be attained. But then, what is our Goal? To be a Millionaire, or even a billionaire; to be a No. 1 athlete; or a writer, or a CEO of a company! What actually is your Goal? Lakshmi is what we always search for. She is something everyone wants but only few will be lucky to get to know her. What does that mean? It means that Lakshmi is the “Aim of Life.” Becoming rich or a CEO is not the aim of life nor should it be. Our ultimate goal should be to merge with Shiva & Shakti, i.e., to attain the ultimate bliss. Some call it Siddhi, some the ultimate joy, the happiness, the “Sat Chit Anand.” So, is this attainable? If your answer is “Yes, it is,” then you will certainly attain Lakshmi, which is the ultimate goal/aim of your life and that is the truth, provided you follow the right path with right guidance. I know this is not easy as said and for a normal sadhak, who is not cognizant with the True Divine Knowledge of this universe; for him, Lakshmi is simply a “Goddess of Wealth,” and Deepawali is the most celebrated festival amongst Hindus, to invite Goddess Lakshmi into your house and get her divine blessing. So, let us know how to invite her on Deepawali, which is the most auspicious night and it fell on November 3rd this year. Before we even attempt to do her puja and invite her, we need to understand her principles first. Because, you are going to do her Upasana, and upasana means to sit near her or in a broader sense, come closer to her. If we do not know her, how can we come closer to her? So, then what are her principles? There are 16 forms of Lakshmi. Here, some of the reader might know about 8 forms of Lakshmi (Astalakshmi) and some even not have heard of other forms of Lakshmi. So, let us understand them first. Lakshmi is the giver of the 16 following principles or simply say wealth: Fame; Knowledge; Courage & Strength; Victory; Good Children; Valor; Gold, Gems & Other Valuables; Grains in abundance; Happiness; Bliss; Intelligence; Beauty; Higher Aim; Morality and Ethics; Good Health; & Longevity. So, if we can please her with our upasana, what else do we need apart from the above 16 forms of Lakshmi? If we can really call her on that day, Lakshmi will certainly open the floodgates of heaven (wealth) to meet our needs. Let me explain the picture and her mudras and what they actually relate to have a better understanding.
 Goddess is shown to be seated on Lotus flower, which symbolizes “Living in the outer world, but do not be possessed by the outer world”, i.e, she is asking us to be detached with the material life and glow out and evolve as a Lotus flower. Her upper left back hand represents “Dharma”, the lower front hand represents “Artha”, her right lower frontal hand represents “Kama” & her upper right back hand represents “Moksha.” She is dropping gold coins with her hand, which means she is giving all round prosperity, which is not limited to Gold (Money). Prosperity means all round happiness. She is showing us “Abhay” mudra with her lower right hand, meaning she is dispelling fear from our life. I probably did not choose the right picture here to highlight every aspect of her, where there are four elephants pouring water to her from Golden vessel, an owl sitting in front of her, but nevertheless, she is bestowing golden opportunities into our lives, as her Red Saree with Golden embroidery also represents that she is the ultimate giver of plenty of prosperity.

Navaratri Durga sadhana

Global Meditation of Divine mother Durga during Navaratri :

From 13th to 21st Oct 2015

Importance of Global Meditation:

The global meditation of Divine mother Durga helps to bring transformation in the participants and also to the world. When we all meditate together at the same time & day for the same cause then the energy that generates is thousand times greater than what we experience during our daily meditation for days, months or even years (depending on the number of participants). The tremendous energy generated from this global meditation helps to heal the participants by removing the deep rooted energy blockages. This in turn solves your life problems. Not only it heals the participants but also the world by creating divine positive energy. This Global meditation is an opportunity for us to serve humanity and also grow spiritually.

Navaratri and Navadurga sadhana:

Navaratri or Navadurga Parva happens to be the most auspicious and unique period of worship of Shakti. The Puranas also describe in parables, stories and anecdotes the pre-eminence of Shakti. In “Devi Bhagavat”- is exclusively devoted to the Divine exploits of Durga. The “Markandey Purana” describes the manifestations of the Supreme Shakti as Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Mahasaraswati. Mahakali destroys the forces of the evil, crushes ego and eliminates ignorance. Mahasaraswati is the deity of discerning intellect, pure knowledge and creative talents. Mahalakshmi is the Goddess of beauty, harmony, prosperity and progress. The hymns describing the magnificence of the great manifestations of Shakti and the 700 mantras of its sadhanas are compiled as “Durga Saptashati” in this Purana. The Skanda Purana describes the epic incarnation of Goddess Durga. The Brahm Purana and Brahmvaivarta Purana also narrate the divine descent of the powers of the supreme Shakti. Lord Brahma is cited in the Markandey Purana as mentioning to Rishi Markandey that the first incarnation of Shakti was as Shailputri. Other incarnations of the Divine Mother are: Brahmcharñi, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatri in that order. These nine manifestations of Shakti, are worshipped as “Nava-Durga

The nine-day period of Navaratri is of supreme importance for physical, mental and spiritual health as it lies at the juncture of two seasons. The nourishing energy currents in Nature are at their peak during this transitive phase to eliminate the harmful, negative elements and impressions from our gross and subtle bodies. The sublime domains of consciousness force as stabilized in earth consciousness by the rishis and yogis are most active during this special period. It thus offers us a rare opportunity of expeditiously accomplishing the sadhanas of spiritual elevation.

Details:

Venue: Where you are

Date: 13th to 21st 2015

Time (Indian Standard Time): Morning 7.00 to 7.30 am & Evening 7.00 to 7.30 pm  (Devotees from different countries please adjust your time zone with Indian standard Time http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html?sort=1)

General guidelines for meditation:

  • Sit on a woollen mat (you can also use chair but keep woollen mat below your feet) in a quiet place in a comfortable position with spine kept straightand facing east or north for the meditation.
  • Chant OM Nine times to balance you energy centers in the body
  • Do deep breathing for 3-5 minutes
  • Imagine divine mother Durga at your Ajna Chakra (in between the eyebrows) and worship mentally by offering flowers while chanting mantra.
  • Chant the mantra for 108 times or 15-30 min as given below on respective days of navaratri.

Navadurga Mantras :

 1.First Day Sadhana ( 13th Oct 2015 ): Sri Devi Shailputri. “Om Hreem shreem Shailputri Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha” ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं शैलपुत्री दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः 2.Second Day Sadhana ( 14th Oct 2015 ): Sri Devi Brahmcharñi “Om Hreem shreem Brahmcharñi Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha” ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं ब्रह्मचरणी दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः 3.Third Day Sadhana((15th Oct 2015  ): Sri Devi Chandraghanta “Om Hreem shreem Chandraghanta Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha” ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं चंद्रघंटा दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः 4.Fourth Day Sadhana 16th Oct 2015  ): Sri Devi Kushmanda “Om Hreem shreem Kushmanda Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha” ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं कुष्मांडा दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः 5.Fifth Day Sadhana(( 17th Oct 2015 ): Sri Devi Skandamata “Om Hreem shreem Skandamata Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha” ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं स्कंदमाता दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः 6.Sixth Day Sadhana(18th Oct 2015 ): Sri Devi Katyayani “Om Hreem shreem Katyayani Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha” ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं कात्यायनी दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः 7.Seventh  Day Sadhana( 19th Oct 2015  ): Sri Devi Kalratri “Om Hreem shreem Kalratri Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha” ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं  कालरात्रि दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः 8.Eight Day Sadhan( 20th Oct 2015  ): Sri Devi Mahagauri “Om Hreem shreem Mahagauri Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha” ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं  महागौरी दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः 9. Ninth Day Sadhana (  21th Oct 2015  ):Sri Devi Siddhidatri “Om Hreem shreem Siddhidatri Durgaaye namaha Om Hreem Dum Durgaaye namaha”

ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं  सिद्धिदात्री दुर्गायै नमः ॐ ह्रीं दुं दुर्गायै नमः

Note: You don’t need to take deeksha to chant these mantras as they are programmed in such a way that anyone can chant and get benefits.

Global Meditation of Lord Ganesha on 17th Sept 2015 Ganapthi Mantra Sadhana

No religious or auspicious task in India can be started before offering of prayers to Ganpati. . Even when some other deity is being worshipped Lord Ganpati is offered prayers first, so that He could help the Sadhak to be successful in the Sadhana. No other god or goddess is given so much importance as Lord Ganpati. Among the pantheon of deities in India Lord Ganpati is most loved and worshipped.

Ganesh means the Lord of Ganns or all deities. The human body has five physical senses, five subtle senses and four senses of the subconsciousness. The basic force behind these senses is of fourteen deities whose Lord is Ganpati.

According to the text Gannapatyarth-vasheersh the reason why Lord Ganpati is worshipped first is that he signifies the essence of human life just as the divine syllable Om represents the Supreme. Just as every Mantra starts with Om similarly every ritual is started with the worship of Ganpati.

Lord Ganpati is very loving, beautiful and divine. He has one tusk and four hands. He holds a lasso, Veena (Indian string instrument), a vessel containing grains in his three hands and the fourth is raised in blessing. He has a red complexion, a huge stomach. large fan like ears and red robes. Red sandal wood paste is smeared on his whole body. He is worshipped with red flowers. He without fail manifests himself to protect his devotees and to bless them. To fulfil the wishes of his devotees he appears from the world of the Divine on this earth.

Lord Ganpati is like the divine wish tree for his devotees i.e. he fulfils all their wishes.

The Sadhak who accomplishes this Sadhana gains wealth, comforts, divine powers. Lord Ganpati is an ocean of knowledge. He bestows intelligence on his Sadhaks. And besides he bestows spiritual fulfilment in life.

Details:

Venue: Where you are

Date:   17th Sept 2015

Time (Indian Standard Time): Morning 7.00 to 7.30 am & Evening 7.00 to 7.30 pm  (Devotees from different countries please adjust your time zone with Indian standard Time http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html?sort=1)

General guidelines for meditation:

  • Sit on a woollen mat (you can also use chair but keep woollen mat below your feet) in a quiet place in a comfortable position with spine kept straightand facing east or north for the meditation.

  • Chant OM Nine times to balance you energy centers in the body

  • Do deep breathing for 3-5 minutes

  • Imagine Lord Ganesha at your Ajna Chakra (in between the eyebrows) and worship mentally by offering flowers while chanting mantra.

  • Chant the mantra for 108 times or 15-30 min as given below.

Ganapathi Mantra:

 OM Gam Ganapataye namah

  ॐ गं गणपतये नमः 

Global Meditation of Divine mother Manasa during Naga Panchami: 19th August 2015

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Mansa Devi – Goddess of Snakes, Siddha Yogini and Wish Fulfiller of devotees

Jaratkaarur Jagadgouri Manasaa Siddha Yogini, Vaishnavi Naagabhagini Shaivi Nageswari tathaa/ Jaratkaarupriya Astika Maataa Vishaharoticha, MahaaJnaana yuktaa chaiva saa Devi Vishwa -pujitaa/ Dwaadashaitaani nammani pujakaaley tu yah pathet, Tasya Nagabhayam naasti tasya Vamshodbhavasya cha

– Devi Bhagawatam

Meaning: Mansa Devi is famed Deity who has been the constant fulfiller of genuine wishes of her devotees was the mind-born daughter of Kashyapa Muni. She is addressed by several epithets as ‘Vaishnavi Devi’as the Meditator for Three Yugas and when Parameshwara appeared before her he called her ‘Jaratkaaru’ seeing her torn vastra and emaciated body ; he also blessed her that she would be woshipped as a Deity in Swarga, Brahmaloka, Bhumandala and Paataala; as she was of extreme ‘Goura Varna’ with extraordinary beauty and grace, she came to be called ‘Gagadgouri’; as she was trained in the discipline of devotion by Parama Shiva, she is ‘Shaivi’; since she was the unique devotee of Bhagavan Vishnu, she has been called ‘Vaishnavi’; as she rescued innumerable snakes in the Sarpa Yagna performed by King Janamejaya of Padanvas of Maha Bharata as a retribution against a snake called Daksha killed his father Parikshit, she came to be called ‘Nageswari’ and ‘Nagabhagini’; as she was a destroyer of ‘Visha’(Poison), she came to be named as ‘Vishahaari’; as she secured Yoga Siddhi from Shiva Deva, she is called ’Siddha Yogini’; as Shiva bestowed ‘Mrita Sanjeevani Vidya’ or the Mantra Vidhana of reviving the Dead, she got the description of ‘Maha Jnaana Yukta’; she is also called ‘Jaratkaaru Priya’ or the beloved wife of Jaratkaaru Muni and also as ‘Astika Maata’ or mother of Sage Astika.

A devotee who performs worship to her especially on Ashadha Sankranti Panchami day -Naga Pachami day- would certainly become free from Naga dosham that indirectly affecting health, Relationship, Money & Negative Energy problems.

Manasa Devi Mantra:

“Om Hreem Shreem Kleem Aim Manasa Devyai Swaha”

 “ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं क्लीं ऐं मानसा देविये स्वाहा”

Details:

Venue: Where you are Date: 19th August 2015 – Naga Panchami Time (Indian Standard Time): Morning 7.00 to 7.30 AM & Evening 7.00 to 7.30 pm (Devotees from different countries please adjust your time zone with Indian standard Time http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html?sort=1)

General guidelines for meditation:

  • Sit on a woolen mat (you can also use chair but keep woolen mat below your feet) in a quiet place in a comfortable position with spine kept straight and facing east or north for the meditation.
  • Chant OM Nine times to balance you energy centers in the body
  • Do deep breathing for 3-5 minutes
  • Visualize divine mother Manasa Devi as shown in the picture above and worship mentally by offering flowers while chanting her mantra for 108 times or 15-30 min.

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 Lord Muruga(Subramanya) Sadhana on Skanda Shasti, 29th Oct 2014

Skanda Sashti falls on 29th Oct2014. It is the day on which Lord Subramanya defeated the demon Taraka. Skanda Sashti is the name given to the annual astronomical positioning of the 6 Stars that brings to the Earth plane, a cluster of energies.

Lord Muruga (Subramanya) is a ray born of the Divine Consciousness of Lord Siva. Valli and Deivayanai are His two wives. They represent the power of action and the power of knowledge respectively. He is Godhead easily accessible in this dark age of ignorance and lack of faith. In this He is no different from Hanuman. He gives material and spiritual prosperity and success in every undertaking of His devotees, even if they show a little devotion to Him. He is worshipped with great devotion in South India. Lord Subramanya’s other names are Kumaresa, Kartikeya, Shanmukha, Guha, Muruga and Velayudhan.

In His picture, Lord Subramanya holds a spear in His hand, just as Lord Siva holds the trident. This is an emblem of power. It indicates that He is the ruler of the universe. His vehicle is the peacock. He rides on it. This signifies that He has conquered pride, egoism and vanity. There is a cobra under His feet, which indicates that He is absolutely fearless, immortal and wise. Valli is on His one side, Deivayanai on the other. Sometimes He stands alone with His spear. In this pose He is known as Velayudhan; this is His Nirguna aspect, which is free from the illusory power of Maya.

The six heads represent the six rays or attributes, namely, wisdom, dispassion, strength, fame, wealth and divine powers. They indicate that He is the source of the four Vedas, theVedangas and the six schools of philosophy. They also indicate His control over the five organs of knowledge as well as the mind. They denote that He is the Supreme Being with thousands of heads and hands. His head turned in all directions signifies that He is all-pervading. It indicates that He can multiply and assume forms at will.

Benefits:

In your horoscope, the 6th house signifies debts, disease and litigation. Lord Muruga has the ability to relieve you from problematic legal matters. His 6 lettered mantra(om saravanabavaya) will vanquish enemies, ensure success in legal tangles, provide relief from debts and bestow good health. If you have a weak or an afflicted Mars connect with Muruga on  this day. As the planetary overlord for Mars, He can intercede on your behalf and strengthen Mars directly which protects spousal relationships.

Details:

Venue: Where you are

Date:   29th October 2014

Time (Indian Standard Time): Morning 7.00 to 7.30 am & Evening 7.00 to 7.30 pm  (Devotees from different countries please adjust your time zone with Indian standard Time http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html?sort=1)

General guidelines for meditation:

  • Sit on a woollen mat (you can also use chair but keep woollen mat below your feet) in a quiet place in a comfortable position with spine kept straightand facing east or north for the meditation.
  • Chant OM Nine times to balance you energy centers in the body
  • Do deep breathing for 3-5 minutes
  • Imagine Lord Muruga(subramanya) at your Ajna Chakra (in between the eyebrows) and worship mentally by offering flowers while chanting mantra:

     Lord Muruga(Subramanya) Mantra:

     Om Soum Saravanabava

  •  Chant the Lord Muruga mantra for 108 times or 15-30 min. 

Global Meditation of Divine mother Manasa during Naga Panchami:

manasa-devi-snake-goddess

Mansa Devi – Goddess of Snakes, Siddha Yogini and Wish Fulfiller of devotees

Jaratkaarur Jagadgouri Manasaa Siddha Yogini, Vaishnavi Naagabhagini Shaivi Nageswari tathaa/ Jaratkaarupriya Astika Maataa Vishaharoticha, MahaaJnaana yuktaa chaiva saa Devi Vishwa -pujitaa/ Dwaadashaitaani nammani pujakaaley tu yah pathet, Tasya Nagabhayam naasti tasya Vamshodbhavasya cha

– Devi Bhagawatam

Meaning: Mansa Devi is famed Deity who has been the constant fulfiller of genuine wishes of her devotees was the mind-born daughter of Kashyapa Muni. She is addressed by several epithets as ‘Vaishnavi Devi’as the Meditator for Three Yugas and when Parameshwara appeared before her he called her ‘Jaratkaaru’ seeing her torn vastra and emaciated body ; he also blessed her that she would be woshipped as a Deity in Swarga, Brahmaloka, Bhumandala and Paataala; as she was of extreme ‘Goura Varna’ with extraordinary beauty and grace, she came to be called ‘Gagadgouri’; as she was trained in the discipline of devotion by Parama Shiva, she is ‘Shaivi’; since she was the unique devotee of Bhagavan Vishnu, she has been called ‘Vaishnavi’; as she rescued innumerable snakes in the Sarpa Yagna performed by King Janamejaya of Padanvas of Maha Bharata as a retribution against a snake called Daksha killed his father Parikshit, she came to be called ‘Nageswari’ and ‘Nagabhagini’; as she was a destroyer of ‘Visha’(Poison), she came to be named as ‘Vishahaari’; as she secured Yoga Siddhi from Shiva Deva, she is called ’Siddha Yogini’; as Shiva bestowed ‘Mrita Sanjeevani Vidya’ or the Mantra Vidhana of reviving the Dead, she got the description of ‘Maha Jnaana Yukta’; she is also called ‘Jaratkaaru Priya’ or the beloved wife of Jaratkaaru Muni and also as ‘Astika Maata’ or mother of Sage Astika.

A devotee who performs worship to her especially on Ashadha Sankranti Panchami day -Naga Pachami day- would certainly become free from Naga dosham that indirectly affecting health, Relationship, Money & Negative Energy problems.

Manasa Devi Mantra:

“Om Hreem Shreem Kleem Aim Manasa Devyai Swaha”

Details:

Venue: Where you are Date: 1st August 2014 – Naga Panchami Time (Indian Standard Time): Morning 7.00 to 7.30 AM & Evening 7.00 to 7.30 pm (Devotees from different countries please adjust your time zone with Indian standard Time http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html?sort=1)

General guidelines for meditation:

  • Sit on a woolen mat (you can also use chair but keep woolen mat below your feet) in a quiet place in a comfortable position with spine kept straight and facing east or north for the meditation.
  • Chant OM Nine times to balance you energy centers in the body
  • Do deep breathing for 3-5 minutes
  • Visualize divine mother Manasa Devi as shown in the picture above and worship mentally by offering flowers while chanting her mantra.
  • Chant the mantra for 108 times or 15-30 min.

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