AMRITA JYOTHI

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Sri Lalitha Devi is the power exists in seven chakras in different names.The chakras are Mooladhara, Swadhishtana,Manipoora,Anahata,Visuddhi, Ajna and Sahasrara.
The names are Sakini,Kakini,Lakini,Rakini,Dakini,Hakini,and Yakini respectively.



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Sri Lalitha Sahasra Nama

Om Lokah: Samastah: Sukhino Bhavantu

The fifth mantra 'Om Devakarya Samudyataye Namah:' says that Sri Lalitha Devi manifested for devas; to establish rightousneess. In 'Durga Sapasati' Devi reassures that whenever there is decline of rightousness Devi will incarnate to re establish the rightousness . The same has been told to Arjuna by Krishna in Bhagavad Geeta; Yada yadahi dharmasya Glanir bhavati Bharata Abhythanamadharmasya Tadatmanam srujamyaham. (B.G 4/7)
Again a proof that Devi and Krishna are different aspects of the same power.

gopalakrishnan | Sun, 06/28/2009 - 10:52
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I feel something but not sure what

This is interesting but what am I supposed to do with this or conclude from it?

I write this because I feel something but not sure what.

abra | Sun, 06/28/2009 - 20:47
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Sri Lalitha Sahasra Nama

Om Lokah: Samastah: Sukhino Bhavantu

People create a lot of confusion and poblems due to their lack of understanding of he concept of God. All religions or pathS of seeking is leading to the same goal. A person can choose a path which he feels suitable to him. But instead of this people choose a path and try to prove that his path is the supreme . The Vaishnavas (Those who worship the form of Lord Vishnu)say that Lord Vishnu is the greatest! This is he same with Saivas , saktheyas and ganapathyas. They try to establish their supremacy over the other paths without knowing that they are talking about the same God.
Thre are so many mantras in Sri Laliha Sahasra nama the meaning of which is similar to other sahasranamas like Vishnu sahasra nama or Siva sahasra nama. Also there are so many advaises given o devotees by different forms of God in different circumstances which are same in meaning.This is also a proof that the Rishis taught us God is same!
My humble endeavour is to attract people to this fact through comparing the meaning and advices in different scriptures. OM NAMAH:SIVAYA

gopalakrishnan | Sat, 07/11/2009 - 08:08