Hari Om Sri Gurubyoh Namah! Sri Matre Namah! According to our scriptures and beliefs, eclipse or Grahan is caused when the shadow planets, Rahu (Dragon’s head) and Ketu (Dragon’s tail), swallow the Sun (Surya) and the Moon (Chandra). Vedic Astrology proclaims that eclipses are not an auspicious or good time to start or end projects, … Continue reading Lunar and Solar eclipses of June 2020
Hari Om The analysis of dreams and their cause by psychoanalysts are defective. They maintain that the cause of dream creation lies in the suppressed desires of the dreamer. Can they create dreams as they like by suppressing desires? No, they cannot do that. They say that desires stimulate or help the dream creation. But … Continue reading Dreams – An Introduction
Hari Om Extracted from the Garuda Purana..... The Garuda Purana is one of eighteen Mahāpurāṇa genre of texts in Hinduism. It is a part of Vaishnavism literature corpus and narrated in the form of a conversation between Lord Vishnu and Garuda (King of Birds), primarily emphasizing the meaning of human life. It contains details of life after death, funeral … Continue reading What happens after death?… From Garuda Purana
Hari Om This world runs on well-established laws. There is no chaos. There is no such thing as accident or chance in life. Events occur in succession or order. There is perfect harmony. The child grows, attains boyhood and adolescence, begets children, decays and dies. The child becomes a father and the father brings forth … Continue reading As You Sow So Shall You Reap
Hari Om ‘Surrender’ implies giving up (or handing over) all rights, ownerships and privileges to the conqueror. Surrendering to God also means the same. Bhagawan (Iswara) has a plan or design for our lives, and surrendering to Him means we give up or set aside our own plans and dreams and willingly seek His. The … Continue reading What is “Surrender to GOD”?
Hari Om The story: An Archarya once had a brilliant disciple. The boy was only Seven -years-old and was everything that the teacher thought was good in a pupil. He was sure that the boy would have a wonderful future, becoming a great archarya, or scientist or even a statesman at court, as an advisor … Continue reading A Story explaining Fate and Free Will
Hari Om To remove conditioning of mind (vasanas and samskaras) caused by one's past actions through use or abuse of past free will, performing daily Japa (for minimum 20 minutes) or meditation is essential for everyone irrespective of caste, religion, race or community.(Remember there is no destiny as such - only our past actions performed … Continue reading Removing condition of mind through fire rituals