*Although I cannot see Him, He can see me…* *”Once a blind man visited a temple for God’s darshan. There someone asked him, “Can you see God ?” The blind man replied, “Although I cannot see Him, He can see me. I am happy with this fact.” _* *Dears, Please share your understanding from blind man’s words.* #Hinduism #Sanatan #Dharma #Spirituality #God #BlindMan
Nurturing Our Sankalpa Shakti, the sacred Intention
Every prayer must manifest our Sankalpa Shakti in the presence of the moment.
A true Yogic awakening flows with divine grace when we remind ourselves every morning of our daily Sankalpa!
The soft hues of dawn ushers in a surreal silence where we can tap into our deeper self, experiencing the subtle vibrations and sensations which permeate the body, mind, heart and spirit. Yogic Awakening must unfold gentle meditative moments to assuage the flow of our thoughts and sensations reminding ourselves of the need for nurturing our higher being, the soul stirrings of which are in the presence of every moment.
Awakening to a deeper awareness of the breath stirs the soul into this presence of body, mind and heart. Maha Prana is the essence of Shiva and Shakti, the masculine and feminine energies as the flow of Pranic grace. In Yogic parlance we must cultivate the deeper breath of harmony, love and nurturing.
We must heal and calm the Prana before moving into our nightly sleep modes. The deep calm Prana salutes our divinity!
Last thing at night we need to spend some quiet moments in contemplation – how much of our Sankalpa have we allowed to manifest through the presence of every moment…..
Sankalpa is not about punishing ourselves through rigid thoughts and practices. We must formalise a vision or Sankalpa with a positive intention rooted in the presence of every moment beginning with our conscious breath and acknowledging that pure Love is our deeper nature which nurtures our true essence.
The core of every sankalpa is nurturing, and a calm mind helps manifest the sankalpa at a deeper level. Reinforcing the sankalpa as divine grace allows it to manifest in our lives as Shakti.
The positive mind-set formalising the Sankalpa from a meditative, calm and sthira space helps to stir positive vibrations that set the Sankalpa into motion. A peaceful heart nurtured through awareness and clarity is the best place to sow the seed of our sankalpa and to resonate with its sacred intention through the spoken word or mantric Shakti force.
Shakti Sankalpa is the sacred Intention which aspires for higher goals in our lives, manifesting our deeper resolution, determination, tenacity, persistence and perseverance in achieving and fulfilling our dharma.
Knowing God Through Meditation
A New Vedic Teaching Video With
Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya
The ultimate goal of meditation practice is to have an intimate inner encounter with the Divine. It is in meditation that we have the ability to most thoroughly open ourselves to the experience of God’s direct presence. In this series of questions and answers, Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya discusses many issues revolving around the interconnected topics of God and meditation. If you wish to greatly deepen the spiritual dimensions of your meditative experience, the remarkable teachings contained in this video will provide you with clear and authentic wisdom from one of the world’s most respected and authentic Vedic Masters guiding us today. Bring your meditation practice to life!
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