“Daily Contemplation Series #12” Practioners of Hinduism offer flowers and Panch Amrit (Honey, Sugar, Milk, Curd, Ghee or Clarified Butter) to the idol of the deity*. The Esoteric meaning of flowers: Our mind must be fresh,pure, and devoid of worldly thoughts in order to recieve God’s Grace. It is only a meditative/spiritual lifestyle that can
“Daily Contemplation Series #11” Bhagwat Gita 3.35: It is far better to perform one’s natural prescribed duty, though tinged with faults than to perform another’s prescribed duty, though perfectly. In fact, it is preferable to die in the discharge of one’s duty than to follow the path of another, which is fraught with danger. Doing
“Daily Contemplation Series #10” Many of us offer flowers to deities without comprehending the esoteric meaning behind it. The flowers woven as a garland represent our pious and sacred thoughts. If we don’t receive such pious thoughts in our mind, then it becomes a futile ritual that serves no purpose. Ancient rituals are a form
“Daily Contemplation Series #9” God‘s grace is like the radio signals transmitted 24×7 and 365 days a year. We merely need tuning of our receiver to the frequency of God channel.
“Daily Contemplation Series #8” God‘s grace is like the cloud burst that never stops. Our umbrella of false ego is usually open, and that prevents the rain of Grace from reaching us. Let‘s keep our false ego aside and start receiving it in abundance.
“Short series – Destination matters more than the journey” If the destination is right, we can forget the comforts “Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” – Maya Angelou Gauge of the track, speed of the train, class (business, economic) doesn’t matter, if
“Unity in diversity” All spiritual paths lead to the same Source Energy. The consciousness within all life forms is the same, even if they appear in different bodies. Some of the quotes which, if found very apt. “We are only as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided – J.K. Rowling;