Sunday, 14 December 2014

Narmada ShivLinga

The Narmada Linga is found in the sacred river Narmada. It is considered sacred by followers of Shiva. It requires no pranaprathishta ceremony as they are natural embodiments of Shiva himself. However they do require regular abisheka and puja to retain the maximum blessings from Lord Shiva. Worshippers of This linga receive the best in life relating to health, wealth, honour, prosperity, longevity and moksha. This linga purifies the surrounding area with divinity. Puja involving Bilva leaves, flowers and chanting of Mrityunjaya mantra is highly recommended when purchasing from us. We also recommend chanting Sri Rudram for our customers who receive this linga from us.

Daily Reflections: Self-Help

You know prayer is a powerful tool, but prayer is not the only thing. God’s grace is a must, but it will help those only who help themselves.

Friday, 12 December 2014

Daily Reflections: Our Own Creation

Our Own Creation
When I am happy, the universe looks happy, the trees appear to be blooming, the flowers are wonderful, the swans are gliding by on water. When you suffer, the whole world looks dark, gloomy, miserable. So believe me, in a most intimate, most hundred percent personal sense, for me the universe is what I create.

Thursday, 11 December 2014

Daily Reflections: Selecting a Guru

Selecting a Guru
The solution of the problem as to what sort of man should be selected as a guide or guru is not difficult to seek. When our eyes are fixed on the final goal, we can never be satisfied with anyone who appears to be short of the mark. Every saint or yogi has got his own level of attainment and of self-elevation. If we attach ourselves with any one of them with faith and devotion, and secure merging with his highest condition, we will ourselves attain corresponding elevation. It is therefore absolutely necessary to select one of the highest attainments as our guru.

Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Daily Reflections: Knowledge

Reading books, hearing lectures, borrowing others' opinions, [a man] limits himself in quoting them. He repeats them like a parrot and does not make them as his own. Such knowledge we term as oral knowledge. But the knowledge of that person who understands the purpose of knowledge and makes it his own by experiencing, staying on it for some time and leading a practical life, is called knowledge in the real sense.

Monday, 8 December 2014

Daily Reflections: Karma

Why is action (karma) necessary? Action is the law of manifestation of life. Without action, it is not possible to infer the existence of a being. That is why every being having a body is required to perform action. It was so required before, and will be required in the future. Life cannot exist without manifestation, for this is the specialty of the nature of all existence and beings. No life can be without manifestation.

Sunday, 7 December 2014

Daily Reflections: Maya

We have in our mind an idea of this great universe, which is, as we all know, the material manifestation of God. Generally we look upon it as maya or illusion, to distinguish it from the unchanging absolute Reality. People have tried to define maya in numerous different ways, not, perhaps, without some reasonable basis. It is really a Godly power which has brought into existence the entire creation in its different forms and shapes, and which regulates its entire working. We are all the while surrounded by this great power, and its effect is visible in all phases of our activity.

Friday, 5 December 2014

Daily Reflections: Forget and Forgive

Forget and Forgive
We should always forget and forgive. There is no question of 'when'. For your health, you must always forget and forgive. One easy solution is, put yourself in the other person's place. If I were that person, what would I want from other people? Would I look for forgiving and forgetting? Or will I say, punish me?

Thursday, 4 December 2014

Daily Reflections: Honesty


The diary is a very useful instrument, a tool for you to record daily what is happening so that when you read after a year, you know what way it has gone. The crux of the whole thing is absolute honesty with yourself, with the world, and with your guru. You must be honest in your work.

Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Daily Reflections: Giving

Spirituality says, "Give." It doesn't even say, "Give and take." It only says, "Give." Give and go on giving so that by the very fact of giving, you empty yourself of everything that you have, and then you will find this miraculous thing that there is a vacuum, and that has to be filled by Nature. I don't know how many of you have read Lloyd C. Douglas, who preached this very same thing. He said, "Go on giving - irrespective of whether you have or not." So, go on giving and don't expect, because when you create a vacuum, it must be filled. This is the law of Nature.

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Daily Reflections: Character

A good heart, benevolent feelings and a balanced mind lie as the foundation of character. It must be capable of standing firm in the world of daily work, temptation and trial, and be able to bear the wear and tear of actual life.

Monday, 1 December 2014

Daily Reflections: Vibrations

Whatever we think or contemplate produces vibrations within. When these vibrations multiply, they create power, which gushes out with a sound. The vibrations carry with them the effect of thoughts and feelings of individuals. So the pious effect of the pure minds in the company is likely to be spoiled by the evil effect of impious minds.