Manonmani

One can get a glimpse of the esoteric secrets of the state of manonmanI from the alternate viewpoint of Tantra by a careful study of muchukunda sahasranAma. One should also notice the shrine to manonmanI right outside the garbhagrha of bhagavatI kamalAmbikA at kamalAlaya kShetra.

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Quote A french Saying

French people say: “Il n’y a que les imbéciles qui ne changent pas d’avis”, which means: “Only stupid people don’t change their mind”,

Wonder Quote

“Wisdom begins in wonder.” – Socrates

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Quote Thomas Alwa Edison

Quote Thomas Alwa Edison

“Genius is 99 percent perspiration and 1 percent inspiration.” – Thomas Edison

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Collage of Life 1

“A flower falls even though we love it and a weed grows even though we do not love it.” – Zen quotes by Dogen Zenji

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“When the pupil is ready to learn, a teacher will appear.” – Zen Proverb

“If you understand, things are just as they are; if you do not understand, things are just as they are.” – Zen Proverb

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Do not speak – unless it improves on silence.” – Buddhist Saying

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Aathmeeya Sameeksha Mission – Shripuram – Sri. L. Girishkumar – Tantra Research Centre Kerala

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Aathmeeya Sameeksha Mission – Shripuram – Sri. L. Girishkumar – Tantra Research Centre Kerala

Saviour

Saviour


Shripuram Irinjalakkuda kerala

Shripuram Irinjalakkuda kerala


Toward an Understanding of Meditation and Consciousnes

Shripuram Trust was established in the year 2006. We are located in a serene peaceful village, Madayikkonam near Irinjalakkuda in Thrissur District. Shri. L Girishkumar is the founder chairman of the trust. He is a well-known personality in spiritual as well as cultural circles. He is the disciple of late Shri. Madhavji, a guiding light in the field of Tantra.

Krishna – Fifty Ninth Day –

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icosahedron

A regular icosahedron has 59
stellations

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59 ( fifty-nine ) is the naturalnumber
following 58 and preceding 60 .
Fifty-nine is the 17th smallest prime
number. The next is sixty-one , with
which it comprises a twin prime. 59 is an irregular prime, a safe prime and the 14th supersingular prime . It is an Eisenstein prime with no imaginary part and real part of the form .

Since 15! + 1 is divisible by 59 but 59 is not one more than a multiple of 15, 59 is a Pillai prime.

It is also a highly cototient number.
59 is one of the factors that divides the smallest composite Euclid number . In this case 59 divides the Euclid number 13# + 1 = 2 * 3 * 5 * 7 * 11 * 13 + 1 =59 * 509.

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The atomic number of praseodymium ,a lanthanide.

Beethoven’s Opus 59 consists of the
three so-called Razumovsky Quartets

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Fifty-nine is:
The number corresponding to the last minute in a given hour, and the last second in a given minute
The designation of Interstate 59 , a
freeway that runs from Louisiana to
Georgia The designation of US-59 , a highway between Minnesota and Texas Approximately the number of days in two lunar months

The Queensboro Bridge in New York
City is also known as the 59th Street Bridge Central Park South is on 59th Street in New York City

The number on a button commonly
worn by feminist activists in the 1970s ; this was based on the claim that a woman earned 59 cents to an equally qualified man’s dollar
Art Project 59’s “59 Seconds Video
Festival” [2] at 59 Franklin Street,
showed 59 videos to 59 different
audiences, each 59 seconds long and incorporating the number 59
In amateur radio , a perfect voice
signal report Five Nine, an amateur radio magazine published in Japan
The number of the French department Nord In the UK, the bingo nickname for 59
is “The Brighton Line”, after the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway.

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Isaiah 59
New International Version (NIV)
Sin, Confession and Redemption

Surely the arm of the LORD is not too short to save, 59
nor his ear too dull to hear.

But your iniquities have separated
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you from your God;
your sins have hidden his face from you, so that he will not hear.
For your hands are stained with blood,
3
your fingers with guilt.
Your lips have spoken falsely,
and your tongue mutters wicked things.
No one calls for justice;
4
no one pleads a case with integrity.
They rely on empty arguments, they utter lies;they conceive trouble and give birth to evil.
They hatch the eggs of vipers
5
and spin a spider’s web.
Whoever eats their eggs will die,
and when one is broken, an adder is
hatched. Their cobwebs are useless for clothing;
6
they cannot cover themselves with what they make.
Their deeds are evil deeds, and acts of violence are in their hands.
Their feet rush into sin;
7
they are swift to shed innocent blood. They pursue evil schemes;
acts of violence mark their ways.
The way of peace they do not know; 8
there is no justice in their paths.
They have turned them into crooked roads; no one who walks along them will know peace.
So justice is far from us,
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and righteousness does not reach us. We look for light, but all is darkness; for brightness, but we walk in deep shadows.
Like the blind we grope along the wall,
10
feeling our way like people without eyes. At midday we stumble as if it were twilight; among the strong, we are like the dead.
We all growl like bears;
11
we moan mournfully like doves.
We look for justice, but find none;
for deliverance, but it is far away.
For our offenses are many in your sight,
12
and our sins testify against us.
Our offenses are ever with us,
and we acknowledge our iniquities:
rebellion and treachery against the LORD,
13
turning our backs on our God,
inciting revolt and oppression,
uttering lies our hearts have conceived.
So justice is driven back,
14
and righteousness stands at a distance;
truth has stumbled in the streets,
honesty cannot enter.
Truth is nowhere to be found,
15
and whoever shuns evil becomes a
prey. The LORD looked and was displeased
that there was no justice.
He saw that there was no one,
16
he was appalled that there was no one to intervene;
so his own arm achieved salvation for him, and his own righteousness sustained him.
He put on righteousness as his breastplate,
17
and the helmet of salvation on his
head; he put on the garments of vengeance and wrapped himself in zeal as in a cloak.
According to what they have done, 18
so will he repay wrath to his enemies and retribution to his foes;
he will repay the islands their due.
From the west, people will fear the name of the LORD,
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and from the rising of the sun, they will revere his glory.
For he will come like a pent-up flood
that the breath of the LORD drives
along.
“The Redeemer will come to Zion, 20
to those in Jacob who repent of their
sins,” declares the LORD.

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The Rig Veda/Mandala 8/
Hymn 59
1. HE who, as Sovran Lord
of men, moves with his
chariots unrestrained,
     The Vrtra-slayer
vanquisher, of fighting
hosts, preeminent, is
praised with song.
2. Honour that Indra,
Puruhanman! for his aid,
in whose sustaining hand
of old,
     The splendid bolt of
thunder was deposited, as
the great Sun was set in
heaven.
3. No one by deed attains
to him who works and
strengthens evermore:
     No, not by
sacrifice, to Indra.
praised o all,
resistless, daring, bold
in might.
4. The potent Conqueror,
invincible in war, him at
whose birth the Mighty
Ones,
     The Kine who spread
aftar, sent their loud
voices out, heavens,
earths seat their loud
voices out,
5. O Indra, if a hundred
heavens and if a hundred
earths were thine-
     No, not a thousand
Suns could match thee at
thy birth, not both the
worlds, O Thunderer.
6. Thou, Hero, hast
performed thy hero deeds
with might, yea, all with
strength, O Strongest One.
     Maghavan, help us to
a stable full of kine, O
Thunderer, with wondrous
aids.
7. Let not a godless
mortal gain this food, O
thou whose life is long!
     But one who yokes
the bright-hued steeds,
the Etasas, even Indra
yoker of the Bays.
8. Urge ye the Conqueror
to give, your Indra
greatly to be praised,
     To be invoked in
shallow waters and in
depths, to be invoked in
deeds of might.
9. O Vasu, O thou Hero,
raise us up to ample
opulence.
     Raise us to gain of
mighty wealth, O
Maghavan, O Indra, to
sublime renown.
10. Indra, thou
justifiest us, and
tramplest down thy
slanderers.
     Guard thyself,
valiant Hero, in thy
vital parts: strike down
the Dasa with thy blows.
11. The man who brings no
sacrifice, inhuman,
godless, infidel,
     Him let his friend
the mountain cast to
rapid death, the mountain
cast the Dasyu down.
12. O Mightiest Indra,
loving us, gather thou
up, as grains of corn,
     Within thine hand,
of these their kine, to
give away, yea, gather
twice as loving us.
13. O my companions, wish
for power. How may we
perfect Sara’s praise,
     The liberal princely
patron, never to be
harmed?
14. By many a sage whose
grass is trimmed thou art
continually praised,
     That thou, O Sara,
hast bestowed here one
and here another’calf.
15. The noble, Suradeva’s
son, hath brought a calf,
led by the car to three
of us.
     As a chief brings a
goat to milk.

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