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Kundalini and Sexuality – Is Sexuality a Part of Spiritual Journey?

Posted by on Jul 17, 2017 in Featured, Self Development | 0 comments

This is a very interesting topic for discussion. Since ages “SEX” has always been  considered as a  “TABOO”. Even though this is one of the most integral part of human existence, yet our elders and society as a whole, shy away from speaking openly about this phase of our life. The ironical part is that  “Everybody is running behind sex but nobody wants to talk about it”. I fail to understand why everyone treats this divine energy as a Taboo. This energy is so divine and powerful, that with its explosion, a soul manifests into the physical...

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Vigyaan Bhairav Tantra!

Posted by on Jul 8, 2017 in Self Development | 0 comments

Shaivism The veneration of Lord Shiva is called Shaivism; Shiva means auspicious, gracious, kind and friendly, more generally, the auspicious one. He is worshipped across Hinduism that originated in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Shaivism, like all other traditions has different schools of thought that have their own interpretations, explanations, theories and Philosophies; they also have very large volumes of texts emanating from all the schools and their traditional perspectives. The prominent source of recognition of a follower of Shaivism is...

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Brahmnaad – Sound of the Universe

Posted by on Jul 8, 2017 in Featured, Spirituality | 0 comments

The essence of the universe is energy, frequency and vibrations. The Vedas  state that the making of the infinite Spirit (Shiva) was through a reverberating sound energy of the consciousness called the Naad. This sound was “unstruck”,  which means that it was produced without any two things striking against one  another,  that is,  without friction. Another legend advocates that  years after the Big Bang, the universe started singing when Shiva played his damru (drum)  the first time. Vast sound waves expanded through the primitive cosmos,...

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Naaga Sadhus! Real Power Seeker

Posted by on Jan 20, 2017 in Spirituality | 0 comments

The sight of a Naaga sadhu, locally referred to as Naaga babas, evokes all kinds of reactions from us ordinary mortals particularly the young amongst us.  In India, these sadhus are frequently seen at popular religious place and events. A common place to see these hermits is the Kumbh Mela where they dominate the proceedings by their massive presence. The largest of the akharas come here in droves for the pilgrimage; you can see hundreds or thousands of these sanyasis. History and traditions The Naagas are supposed to have been organized by...

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Aghori Practices! The King of True Powers

Posted by on Dec 2, 2016 in Spirituality | 1 comment

Who are Aghoris? Most of us have heard of Aghoris and the common knowledge that is prevailing is that they are tantric practitioners who perform very strange rituals that shock the normal people who are horrified when they hear some of the tantric practices that involve corpses, dead bodies, feces, burial grounds, sexual intercourse with dead bodies and cannibalism. However, since they deal with spirits and indulge in some grisly acts, they are also highly feared while they also arouse deep curiosity in common people with varying reactions...

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Ketu! The Planet of Spirituality

Posted by on Sep 21, 2016 in Self Development | 0 comments

Like Rahu, the planet Ketu is not a physical entity hence there is no visual presence; the reason for this is simple to see. Ketu is the other half (the hind part) of the demon who was cut in half by Lord Vishnu to prevent him from drinking the sacred nectar which had been churned out of the sea for providing immortality to all those that drink it. But, drink he did by the time that Lord Vishnu could launch the weapon that severed the body of the demon in two; thus, immortality had already been bestowed on the demon who was known to be a very...

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Is there any importance of Rahu in Astrology?

Posted by on Sep 13, 2016 in Self Development | 0 comments

The planets that we have seen till now are actual physical entities that have an effect on the human lives according to the placement of those planets in their astrological charts. But, there are two entities that are not physical planets; rather, they are in the form of shadowy planets or nodes and are known to exert vital influences on the lives of the natives. Rahu is known to be a dirty planet causing unforeseen delays and hurdles and prompting the native to be lazy and living in filth. He takes about 18 months to transit each sign of the...

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Saturn, The Lord of Karma

Posted by on Sep 13, 2016 in Self Development | 0 comments

Among the planets that are visible to us with the naked eye, Saturn happens to be the last although, on a clear day, Uranus is also known to be visible occasionally. This makes it represent the limits of our limitations in: The distance that our eyes can see, The body (mainly the Skin), and The personal actions that we may undertake (the law keeper of Karma). Saturn is the lord of your karma since it gives back to you according to: What you have done or not done, What you may have done right or wrong or deceitfully, or What you sowed and you...

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What is the importance of Venus in Astrology?

Posted by on Sep 11, 2016 in Self Development | 0 comments

Venus is devoted to the positive task of merging and uniting different forces, feelings and entities to ensure the completeness of things to create harmony and restore stability. It is Venus that causes the creation of love for others and for the beautiful feelings and things, cooperation, relating to others.  Since Venus denotes love and affection it symbolizes all the qualities that are connected to these emotions and reactions in a native: Personal magnetism, Love and romance, Beauty and sex, Dance and other forms of recreations, Wealth...

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Jupiter, The King of the Gods!

Posted by on Sep 11, 2016 in Self Development | 0 comments

It gains its prominence and status from it being the largest of all the planets in the Solar System; this is also borne by its astrological significance. Jupiter symbolizes an expansive tendency in both the spiritual and physical aspects: Mind and wisdom: It expands the knowledge of the native to high levels of the philosophy and super conscious realms and also Vedic astrology, Physical horizons: The expansion in this case is achieved through gaining weight or having a large build and through undertaking long journeys and gaining knowledge....

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