Tag: Shakti

Meditation & The Nature of Shakti

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"When you begin practicing meditation
or doing other spiritual practices,
you are bringing your attention
from the outer experience
to the inner experience.

You are directing your attention



Shakti Red

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Cardinals have always held a special place in my heart. Perhaps drawn to the color at first then loves seeing them thru the winter.



Kundalini, Shakti, Guru, Self

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Kundalini, Shakti, is Self
telling mortals
that they are Spirits.

Spirits are just thoughts
that without thoughts
make Samadhi, Self.

A Guru is just a Spirit



navratri &navdurga global dhayan sadhna.

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Navaratri and Navadurga sadhana:



The Creation by Guruji

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There was nothing, No Planets, No Stars
Neither existed the Universe nor the time
Only He was there.
He, the Supreme and the Absolute
Beyond definition or description
All was he and he was all



Understanding the Intensity of Shakti in Meditation

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"It is often said
that if you are present
then you are blissful.

But that is not the full truth.

If you are present
yes, most likely at first
there will be bliss,
there will be peace.



PRESENCE DAY with Maharishika Maiyaa

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08/24/2014 - 09:00
08/24/2014 - 18:00
Etc/GMT+5

What is PRESENCE?

Amazing Answers to every possible question.
Powerful Blessings that bring prosperity.
Shakti instantly awakened in you.

Who is Maharishikaa Maiyaa?

Event Type: 
Spiritual Gathering
Event Location: 
Ramakrishna Mission, 12th Road, Khar (West), Mumbai 40050, India
Organizer: 
PRESENCE Desk


Rudra Hridaya Upanishad

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Rudra Hridaya Upanishad

Om ! May He protect us both together; may He nourish us both together;
May we work conjointly with great energy,



Adi Shakti

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Shri Adi Shakti



Jabala Upanishad

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Jabala Upanishad
Translated by Prof. A. A. Ramanathan
Published by The Theosophical Publishing House, Chennai