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Lord Shiva and Shridevi Parvathi are one and always together. They are inseparable divine couple. They have a small and happy family with beloved sons elephant-headed Lord Ganesha and Six-faced Lord Karthikeya. You may say: well, these are very well … Continue reading
It is great to discuss on Lord Ganesha: our powerful lord and beloved friend! Before we move on, let us pray Lord Ganesha(a.k.a Ganapathi) for his Grace: Namami vighneshwara pada pankajam | I salute obstacle remover Lord Ganesha’s lotus feet … Continue reading
Rudraksha Yoga wishes a very happy Maha Shivarathri to you! Jagatah pitarau vande Parvathi Parameshwarau | We pray the parents of the world, Mother Parvathi and Lord Shiva for their Grace. According to Hindu calendar, today is the Great Night of … Continue reading
In the earlier post, we discussed how Kundalini works. We have a practical question now: How do we achieve the real yoga taking help of awakened Kundalini? We know what the real yoga means: merging of our Individual Self with the Universal … Continue reading
We discussed oneness of Shiva and Shakti and Shaktipat in the last post. Shiva and Shakti : mechanism of creation What happens when our body is created? As we have seen earlier, Shiva sits at the sahasrara chakra located at … Continue reading