Sunday, August 15, 2010

significance of tilak

these days i feel like putting red kumkum bindi on my fore head , as i feel a big red fire ball there .i feel warmth and i knw its aadi shakti i felt like searching why we put tilak on forehead and i got some thing which im sharing ...

( nirmala devi ma )..>>>>>>
Tilak is a mark of auspiciousness. It is put on the forehead with sandal paste, sacred a
shes or kumkum (red tumeric). The devotees of Siva apply sacred ashes (Bhasma) on the forehead, the
devotees of Vishnu apply sandal paste (Chandan), and the worshippers of Devi or Shakti apply Kumkum, a red tumeric powder.

When you apply the Tilak, you mentally imagine: "I am the one non-dual Brahman free from all duality. May my eye of intuition open soon." You should remember this every time you apply a Tilak.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Krishna Mula Mantra Energy Activation - Om Kleem Krishnaya Namah

This pivotal kleem sound invokes in the individual the desire, movement towards and action of service to Sri Krishna. This is the beginning of true human emancipation and freedom from the endless cycle of birth, death, old age and disease.

Hrim Seed Mantra of Purification and Transformation (108 Reps)


what is the significance or importance of Mantra. or the sacred ancient vedic hymns?? Were they like ‘keys’ that would unlock the sacred pathway leading to a world beyond the unseen? Lets try to get some answers using scientific and ancient wisdom -

There are all kinds of frequencies and vibrations all around us. There are frequencies we see (such as light waves), hear (sound waves), or feel, and others that are beyond our ability to sense, such as gamma rays, infrared, or radio and television frequencies. In fact, the ancient Vedic texts of India explain, in summary, that this whole universe is the production or manifestation from particular vibrations that cause a change from the spiritual energy into the material energy. And all these frequencies effect us in many ways. For example, we may hear music that can be soothing and peaceful, or that is abrasive and irritating. Or there may be frequencies that we have to deal with on a more regular basis, like the noise we hear when working in a factory, or the sounds of downtown traffic.

Walk through a factory. The noise and vibrational level of the frequencies that you hear and feel are not attractive. In fact, they may be damaging to your hearing and necessitate the need for wearing ear plugs. Being around that kind of noise, which are lower vibrations of themselves, can make you restless or agitated in due time, tend to pull your consciousness down in a way that makes you think in very basic terms. They can make your mind become absorbed in the lower modes of thinking, like simply desiring to satisfy your senses, wanting to go to the bar after work to drown your thoughts, or thinking of whatever will give you the easiest thrill. In other words, exposure to low vibrations tends to produce low consciousness simply by your exposure to them.

The most beneficial frequency on earth is said to be the 6.8 hertz frequency. Interestingly, the Pyramid at Giza has a constant frequency of 6.8 hertz running through it. Although researchers have studied it, they don’t know where it comes from or why in such an ancient structure. The Nadha Brahmam “Ohm” or “ॐ” or in Modern terminology Schumman resonance has a close significance Aum corresponds to the strongest of the schuman resonance among all other bio magnetic fields.

The bija mantras used for chakra healing

are seven Sanskrit words that correspond to the 7 major Chakras in the human body. These Beeja Mantras have immense healing powers and seem to have originated from the Hindu culture. Given below are the Beeja Mantras for the 7 Chakras in the Human body.

1st Chakra (Root or Base Chakra)

The mantra for this chakra is ‘Lam’.

2nd Chakra (Sacral Chakra)

The mantra for this chakra is ‘Vam’.

3rd Chakra (Solar Plexus Chakra)

The mantra of the Solar Plexus Chakra is ‘Ram’.

4th Chakra (Heart Chakra)

The mantra of the Heart Chakra is ‘Yam’.

5th Chakra (Throat Chakra)

The mantra for this Chakra is ‘Ham’.

6th Chakra (Third Eye Chakra)

The mantra for this Chakra is ‘Om’.

7th Chakra (Crown Chakra)

The mantra for the Crown Chakra is ‘All’.

It is said that by chanting the chakra mantras at least once in a day can help in activating, energizing and balancing the chakra system and clearing off blockages.