Whether you remember your bad deeds or not, whether the deeds belong to this birth or some other birth, we took birth for a reason. And the reasons are to compensate our previous deeds and to fulfill our left desired.
Om Namah Shivaya means I bow to Shiva. The syllable “ya” at the end of the mantra denotes an offering. Thus the mantra Om Namah Sivaya actually means “I offer to Shiva a respectful invocation of His Name”, and not merely “I respectfully invoke His Name”.
It is a well-known and experienced fact that the atmosphere of a place is governed by its surroundings. If a place has a number of factories with harmful gasses emission, the atmosphere gets polluted, the people living at the place gets infected with various typical diseases, the trees dry up, birds migrate, the sky turns […]
Reiki and Vipassana both are quite popular practices worldwide. Vipassana has the core purpose of observing subtle sensations in one’s body while remaining at equanimity, hence clearing both good and bad sanskaras (conditioning of mind) we have, making our chitta (mind) cleaner and cleaner to achieve the ultimate state of no backlog of sanskaras.
If one observes the breathing, it is very easy to find out which nostril is active. Daily, around sunrise, alternatively each nostril gets active for around 1 hour. Hence, in a day, each nostril is active for around 12 hours in alternate pattern.