Vedanthic Guidelines from Distilled Wisdom for Self-Realization

Hari Om Strictly avoid unnecessary talks, gossip and reference to details and questions about others and things not involved in our issues. This is in line with the Vedhanthic requirements for removing impurities from our minds. We should remember that when we hate or talk wrongly about others (even about people who may be wrong … Continue reading Vedanthic Guidelines from Distilled Wisdom for Self-Realization

Pati-Pasu-Pasa and Sadhana in Saiva Siddhanta Philosophy

Hari Om ‘Pati’ is Lord Siva. It is the object of all the Vedas and the Agamas to explain the concepts of Lord (Pati), bound souls (Pasu) which really means cattle, and bondage (Pasa). Lord Siva is infinite, eternal, one without a second. He is changeless and indivisible. He is the embodiment of knowledge and … Continue reading Pati-Pasu-Pasa and Sadhana in Saiva Siddhanta Philosophy

Brahman and Maya

Hari Om Brahman or the Supreme Self is beyond time and space, causation. He is limitless. He is tranquil. He shines with equal effulgence in all bodies. He cannot be any particular thing. He is Chaitanya or pure consciousness. He is Vastu, Atman or Brahman or the Supreme Self is the hidden treasure. It is … Continue reading Brahman and Maya

FAQ: Guruji, I regularly visit temples, perform remedies through prayer, havens and charity, yet my problems remain and am not happy or peaceful. Why?

Hari Om As per the scriptures and GF, there is absolutely no point in performing remedies or visiting temples for cure for our problems, diseases or sufferings when we do not consciously refrain from harmful, hurtful, violent and selfish activities and actions such as: - Keeping animals/birds in the name of ‘pets’, within cages/glass boxes … Continue reading FAQ: Guruji, I regularly visit temples, perform remedies through prayer, havens and charity, yet my problems remain and am not happy or peaceful. Why?