Power of Indian Astrology
Shiva and Parvati look at Baby Ganeshji lovingly as He garlands the Shivlinga. Even his mouse is in prayer. 
Ganeshji is the great remover of Obstacles. One of His great traits is that He learnt to respect the spirituality brimming in His parents from a very early age. And this He did to the exception of all things, always. 
Perhaps conveying the greatest message to all: Love of God is the most important purpose of Life. 
Jai Ganesh Deva. Happy Ganesh Chathurti !
Aum Namah Shivaye.

Shiva and Parvati look at Baby Ganeshji lovingly as He garlands the Shivlinga. Even his mouse is in prayer.

Ganeshji is the great remover of Obstacles. One of His great traits is that He learnt to respect the spirituality brimming in His parents from a very early age. And this He did to the exception of all things, always.

Perhaps conveying the greatest message to all: Love of God is the most important purpose of Life. 

Jai Ganesh Deva. Happy Ganesh Chathurti !

Aum Namah Shivaye.

Wishing you all happiness as big as Ganesh’s appetite, long life as his trunk! Trouble as small as his mouse and moments as sweet as his laddus.. 
Have a Blessed Ganesh Chaturthi!
Love & light,
K.NAGORI

Wishing you all happiness as big as Ganesh’s appetite, long life as his trunk! Trouble as small as his mouse and moments as sweet as his laddus.. 

Have a Blessed Ganesh Chaturthi!

Love & light,

K.NAGORI

Significance of Ganesh Chatuthri ~Magnificence of Lord Ganesha
It is believed the Hindu Lord Ganesha-“Remover of Obstacles” bears frequencies that reach the earth in a larger proportion. These help reduce the intensity of the yama frequencies.
On the day of Shree Ganesh Chaturthi, and ongoing days of the festival, the divine Ganesh principle is a 1000 times more active on earth. Worshiping the Lord during this period bestows greater benefits. It is custom to welcome a new idol for your household altar that is worshipped for Shree Ganesh Chaturthi.
Let us understand the significance of Ganesha!
Shree Ganesh is the protector and master (Swami) of directions. After worshipping Him, He opens all the directions.  He also converts the language of sound (Nada Bhaashaa) into the language of light (Prakaash Bhaashaa), so that prayers made by humans can be understood by Deities. 
The various forms of Shree Ganesh *
Shree Ganesh in Saviour Avatar or Roop~
In a saviour form, Ganesh is depicted seated on a wooden platform. At that time, more than 50 percent active saviour energy are transmitted from his hand which is raised in blessing.
Shree Ganesh in His Destroyer Roop or Avatar~
Ganesh is portrayed in this form either riding a mouse or sometimes a tiger, a lion or a horse. He uses different weapons such as paash (noose), ankush (goad), Trishul (trident) and bhaalaa (spear). He also uses different divine weapons (astras). In his destructive form, Ganesh fights ferociously eliminating destructive energy in the universe on a panoramic scale.
Sometimes, Ganesh has to function in both, the Saviour and Destroyer avatars. His saviour energy is transmitted from the hand which is raised in blessing and from the hand that holds the weapon, a lot of destructive energy is transmitted to remove evils or hurdles one may be facing. At that time, Shree Ganesh uses a paash (noose) and an ankush (goad).
Shree Ganesh in Sage form~
While worshipping Deity Shiva and Goddess Parvati, Shree Ganesh is seen dressed as a sage.
Ganesh can be seen sitting on a throne, with Riddhi and Siddhi (principles of God and Shree Ganesh’s wives), in a palace in the subtle spiritual plane of Maahaalok or Ganeshlok. He mainly performs the function of guiding the devotees of Shree Ganesh, blessing them with knowledge and spiritual powers (Siddhi).
When Riddhi is on the left and Siddhi is on the right side of Shree Ganesh, at that time Shree Ganesh’s sun channel (suryanadi) is active. While functioning in the Destroyer form, Shree Ganesh’s Sun channel gets activated as per requirement.
When Riddhi is on the right side of Shree Ganesh and Siddhi is on left, Shree Ganesh’s moon channel (Chandranadi) is active.
When Shree Ganesh is sitting on a wooden platform, his central channel (Sushumnanadi) is active on a large scale.
Shree Ganesh’s vehicle (vahan)~
“Vru-vah” means to carry and from this the word ‘vaahan’ is derived.
From time to time, the vehicles of the Deities change according to their task. The mouse is Shree Ganesh’s usual vehicle, but there are others too. It is believed when a deity is invoked, the vehicle to be used is in accordance with the task. For example in a war, a lion would be appropriate. Shree Ganesh in His Heramb form, has a lion as His vehicle, whereas Shree Ganesh in His Mayureshwar form, uses a peacock as His vehicle.
In Ganeshlok (subtle plane of Shree Ganesh) there is a reddish light. The atmosphere there is rejuvenating which gives happiness to the mind.
Let us understand some qualities in order to achieve a place and realization in Ganeshlok after death.
Intense motivation for Liberation from the cycle of birth and death (Mumukshutva) ia needed. It is necessary for a devotee of Shree Ganesh, to have intense desire for the God realization. Then only he can do spiritual practice (sadhana) as per Shree Ganesh’s expectation in Ganeshlok. One should have the capacity of imbibing spiritual purity (sattvikta) and Divine Consciousness. 
Shree Ganesh gives guidance from time to time to those devotees who have intense desire that ‘what should I do to perform good spiritual practice’ and curiosity about spiritual practice and spirituality.
What is the importance of drawing rangoli on the occasion of Shree Ganesh Chaturthi?
While doing any ritualistic worship, a finely ground sand powder (rangoli) should be laid out in a spiritually pure shape on wooden platform or around the table to be used for worship. The frequencies being emanated or transmitted from this shape form a protective shield around the wooden platform or the wooden table.
Earth frequencies get attracted towards the frequencies being transmitted from the rangoli and they get tied there. Thus, from the rangoli, spiritually pure frequencies are transmitted towards the embodied soul (jiva) as required. Also these frequencies form a subtle cover on the earth which protects the embodied soul from the black energy being transmitted from the nether region (Patal) or from the negative energy in the house.
A rangoli is drawn in front of the door or in the front of the place of worship or on the wooden platform to be used for the worship.
After drawing the rangoli, turmeric (haldi) and vermillion (kumkum) is offered at the center point of the rangoli. This is because the Divine frequencies of the higher Deities in the universe, are attracted easily towards the colour particles, related to radiance principle, being transmitted from the haldi-kumkum. This also increases the motion, efficiency and effectiveness of the frequencies transmitted from the rangoli.
Rangolis that increase spiritual purity.

By K.Nagori

Significance of Ganesh Chatuthri ~Magnificence of Lord Ganesha

It is believed the Hindu Lord Ganesha-“Remover of Obstacles” bears frequencies that reach the earth in a larger proportion. These help reduce the intensity of the yama frequencies.

On the day of Shree Ganesh Chaturthi, and ongoing days of the festival, the divine Ganesh principle is a 1000 times more active on earth. Worshiping the Lord during this period bestows greater benefits. It is custom to welcome a new idol for your household altar that is worshipped for Shree Ganesh Chaturthi.

Let us understand the significance of Ganesha!

Shree Ganesh is the protector and master (Swami) of directions. After worshipping Him, He opens all the directions.  He also converts the language of sound (Nada Bhaashaa) into the language of light (Prakaash Bhaashaa), so that prayers made by humans can be understood by Deities.

The various forms of Shree Ganesh *

Shree Ganesh in Saviour Avatar or Roop~

In a saviour form, Ganesh is depicted seated on a wooden platform. At that time, more than 50 percent active saviour energy are transmitted from his hand which is raised in blessing.

Shree Ganesh in His Destroyer Roop or Avatar~

Ganesh is portrayed in this form either riding a mouse or sometimes a tiger, a lion or a horse. He uses different weapons such as paash (noose), ankush (goad), Trishul (trident) and bhaalaa (spear). He also uses different divine weapons (astras). In his destructive form, Ganesh fights ferociously eliminating destructive energy in the universe on a panoramic scale.

Sometimes, Ganesh has to function in both, the Saviour and Destroyer avatars. His saviour energy is transmitted from the hand which is raised in blessing and from the hand that holds the weapon, a lot of destructive energy is transmitted to remove evils or hurdles one may be facing. At that time, Shree Ganesh uses a paash (noose) and an ankush (goad).

Shree Ganesh in Sage form~

While worshipping Deity Shiva and Goddess Parvati, Shree Ganesh is seen dressed as a sage.

Ganesh can be seen sitting on a throne, with Riddhi and Siddhi (principles of God and Shree Ganesh’s wives), in a palace in the subtle spiritual plane of Maahaalok or Ganeshlok. He mainly performs the function of guiding the devotees of Shree Ganesh, blessing them with knowledge and spiritual powers (Siddhi).

When Riddhi is on the left and Siddhi is on the right side of Shree Ganesh, at that time Shree Ganesh’s sun channel (suryanadi) is active. While functioning in the Destroyer form, Shree Ganesh’s Sun channel gets activated as per requirement.

When Riddhi is on the right side of Shree Ganesh and Siddhi is on left, Shree Ganesh’s moon channel (Chandranadi) is active.

When Shree Ganesh is sitting on a wooden platform, his central channel (Sushumnanadi) is active on a large scale.

Shree Ganesh’s vehicle (vahan)~

“Vru-vah” means to carry and from this the word ‘vaahan’ is derived.

From time to time, the vehicles of the Deities change according to their task. The mouse is Shree Ganesh’s usual vehicle, but there are others too. It is believed when a deity is invoked, the vehicle to be used is in accordance with the task. For example in a war, a lion would be appropriate. Shree Ganesh in His Heramb form, has a lion as His vehicle, whereas Shree Ganesh in His Mayureshwar form, uses a peacock as His vehicle.

In Ganeshlok (subtle plane of Shree Ganesh) there is a reddish light. The atmosphere there is rejuvenating which gives happiness to the mind.

Let us understand some qualities in order to achieve a place and realization in Ganeshlok after death.

Intense motivation for Liberation from the cycle of birth and death (Mumukshutva) ia needed. It is necessary for a devotee of Shree Ganesh, to have intense desire for the God realization. Then only he can do spiritual practice (sadhana) as per Shree Ganesh’s expectation in Ganeshlok. One should have the capacity of imbibing spiritual purity (sattvikta) and Divine Consciousness.

Shree Ganesh gives guidance from time to time to those devotees who have intense desire that ‘what should I do to perform good spiritual practice’ and curiosity about spiritual practice and spirituality.

What is the importance of drawing rangoli on the occasion of Shree Ganesh Chaturthi?

While doing any ritualistic worship, a finely ground sand powder (rangoli) should be laid out in a spiritually pure shape on wooden platform or around the table to be used for worship. The frequencies being emanated or transmitted from this shape form a protective shield around the wooden platform or the wooden table.

Earth frequencies get attracted towards the frequencies being transmitted from the rangoli and they get tied there. Thus, from the rangoli, spiritually pure frequencies are transmitted towards the embodied soul (jiva) as required. Also these frequencies form a subtle cover on the earth which protects the embodied soul from the black energy being transmitted from the nether region (Patal) or from the negative energy in the house.

A rangoli is drawn in front of the door or in the front of the place of worship or on the wooden platform to be used for the worship.

After drawing the rangoli, turmeric (haldi) and vermillion (kumkum) is offered at the center point of the rangoli. This is because the Divine frequencies of the higher Deities in the universe, are attracted easily towards the colour particles, related to radiance principle, being transmitted from the haldi-kumkum. This also increases the motion, efficiency and effectiveness of the frequencies transmitted from the rangoli.

Rangolis that increase spiritual purity.

By K.Nagori

Upanishads~ Path to Moksha

Upanishads are sacred ancient Indian texts meaning compiled of mystic teachings. The Upanishads are a collection of Vedic texts which served as a platform for the emergence of some of the central religious concepts of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. They are also known as Vedanta (“the end of the Veda”).

The Upanishads are considered by Hindus to contain revealed truths (Sruti) concerning the nature of ultimate reality (brahman) and describing the character and form of human salvation (moksha).

The word Upanishad is derived from upa (near), ni (down) and s(h)ad (to sit), i.e., to be seated down near. Secret doctrines are passed forth down successive generations.

In the quietude of forests, hermitages, the Upanishad thinkers, pondered on the problems & deepest concerns of mankind and communicated their knowledge with others.

Upanishad means Brahma-knowledge, by which ignorance is loosened or destroyed. The treatises that deal with brahma-knowledge are called the Upanishads and so pass for the Vedanta. The different derivations together make out that the Upanishads give us both spiritual vision and philosophical argument. There is a core of certainty which is essentially incommunicable except by a way of life.

The Upanishads more clearly set forth the prime Vedic doctrines of Self-realization, yoga and meditation, karma and reincarnation, which were hidden or kept veiled within the symbols of the older mystery religion. Upanishads became prevalent some centuries before the time of Krishna and Buddha.

In the Upanishads, the spiritual meanings of the Vedic texts are brought out and emphasized in their own right.

By K.Nagori

A lifetime is not a second, not a minute, nor a hour. A lifetime is not a day, or a week, month, or year. A lifetime is the duration of one’s life that God has gifted to us to have. Your decisions, actions, even your choices in someone to spend this lifetime with should be based on the fact your life is limited by time. Don’t waste one grain of sand in your hourglass on someone that doesn’t deserve your time. 

A lifetime is not a second, not a minute, nor a hour. A lifetime is not a day, or a week, month, or year. A lifetime is the duration of one’s life that God has gifted to us to have. Your decisions, actions, even your choices in someone to spend this lifetime with should be based on the fact your life is limited by time. Don’t waste one grain of sand in your hourglass on someone that doesn’t deserve your time. 

This being human is a guest house. Every morning is a new arrival. A joy, a depression, a meanness, some momentary awareness comes as an unexpected visitor…Welcome and entertain them all. Treat each guest honorably. The dark thought, the shame, the malice, meet them at the door laughing, and invite them in. Be grateful for whoever comes, because each has been sent as a guide from beyond.
You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul.
— Swami Vivekananda

You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul.

— Swami Vivekananda

Keep a good attitude and do the right thing even when it’s hard. When you do that you are passing the test. And God promises you your marked moments are on their way.
The cloud gives rain without being asked for, so do virtuous people do good to others unsolicited.

The cloud gives rain without being asked for, so do virtuous people do good to others unsolicited.


Ornaments for Protection of Woman
In Hindu Dharma, ornaments have been designed for the protection of womanhood and for fostering stability of her inherent Shakti principle.
By wearing the necklace around the neck, the Vishuddha-chakra is kept awakened.
With the touch of the voids in the small cups of the mangalasutra, the Anāhat-chakra is kept awakened.
The Mekhala and girdle on the strength of Shakti principle activates the region of the navel and waist.
The sound of anklets and the toe rings protects the woman from the distressing vibrations emanating from Hell.
Through these examples Hindu Dharma’s profound thought about ornaments and the body parts on which they should be worn becomes clear.
There are some energized ornaments which not only help immune a child from negativity, but also both men and women benefit from it. It stimulates acupressure healing, increases endurance too.
Awakening of the Raja-principle
By wearing ornaments the Raja-dominant functions of women recieve proper direction. Subtle effects on the woman and the environment due to the Absolute Fire principle (Tēj-tattva) in the ornament are as follows:
Due to the Tej-tattva element in these ornaments, womanhood in women, that is, Raja-principle is awakened.
Due to the awakened Raja-principle, the chetana (liveliness) is also awakened;
Chetana strength endows frequencies for the task are emitted in the atmosphere;
Thus, the atmosphere becomes conducive for carrying out tasks with speed. For this reason, enthusiasm is generated in the vicinity of the woman wearing ornaments;

Divinity in ornaments enhances dignity in woman.
Soubhagya alankar means some special ornaments to be worn by a woman after marriage. Vermilion (kumkum), mangalasūtra, bangles, toe rings etc. are the Soubhagya alankar of women. Being aware that she is wearing Soubhagya alankar she is always aware of the code of conduct of a married woman. The possibility of restlessness is curbed here.

Increase in Activeness
Due to an increase in Raja-guṇa because of Soubhagya alankar, the activeness of a married woman is awakened. The woman can therefore provide complete assistance in her husband’s activities as well.
Protection from the lusty eyes of Demonic Energies
The Kaliyug is conducive for unproductive behaviour as per one’s wish and is unfavourable for spiritual practice (sādhanā). In this yug or era, the sanctity of the married woman is supplemented by radiance in the form of ornaments. Based on the strength of the radiance, her chastity is also protected. Due to the protection provided by the ornaments, in a way, the woman is guarded from the lustful eyes of demonic energies.
Ādi-māyā, Ādi-shakti present in the woman’s body in the form of the Absolute Fire principle (Tej-tattva) is manifested.

Wearing ornaments as per spiritual science amounts to the worship of the Deity’s Energy (Shakti) form. A woman symbolises the unmanifest Shakti of the Deity. Wearing ornaments as per spiritual science amounts to the worship of that Shakti form. 
Through the use of ornaments, the Shakti in a woman manifests. Then imparting its benefits to others as well is the function of a woman.
By K.Nagori

Ornaments for Protection of Woman

In Hindu Dharma, ornaments have been designed for the protection of womanhood and for fostering stability of her inherent Shakti principle.

By wearing the necklace around the neck, the Vishuddha-chakra is kept awakened.

With the touch of the voids in the small cups of the mangalasutra, the Anāhat-chakra is kept awakened.

The Mekhala and girdle on the strength of Shakti principle activates the region of the navel and waist.

The sound of anklets and the toe rings protects the woman from the distressing vibrations emanating from Hell.

Through these examples Hindu Dharma’s profound thought about ornaments and the body parts on which they should be worn becomes clear.

There are some energized ornaments which not only help immune a child from negativity, but also both men and women benefit from it. It stimulates acupressure healing, increases endurance too.

Awakening of the Raja-principle

By wearing ornaments the Raja-dominant functions of women recieve proper direction. Subtle effects on the woman and the environment due to the Absolute Fire principle (Tēj-tattva) in the ornament are as follows:

Due to the Tej-tattva element in these ornaments, womanhood in women, that is, Raja-principle is awakened.

Due to the awakened Raja-principle, the chetana (liveliness) is also awakened;

Chetana strength endows frequencies for the task are emitted in the atmosphere;

Thus, the atmosphere becomes conducive for carrying out tasks with speed. For this reason, enthusiasm is generated in the vicinity of the woman wearing ornaments;

Divinity in ornaments enhances dignity in woman.

Soubhagya alankar means some special ornaments to be worn by a woman after marriage. Vermilion (kumkum), mangalasūtra, bangles, toe rings etc. are the Soubhagya alankar of women. Being aware that she is wearing Soubhagya alankar she is always aware of the code of conduct of a married woman. The possibility of restlessness is curbed here.

Increase in Activeness

Due to an increase in Raja-guṇa because of Soubhagya alankar, the activeness of a married woman is awakened. The woman can therefore provide complete assistance in her husband’s activities as well.

Protection from the lusty eyes of Demonic Energies

The Kaliyug is conducive for unproductive behaviour as per one’s wish and is unfavourable for spiritual practice (sādhanā). In this yug or era, the sanctity of the married woman is supplemented by radiance in the form of ornaments. Based on the strength of the radiance, her chastity is also protected. Due to the protection provided by the ornaments, in a way, the woman is guarded from the lustful eyes of demonic energies.

Ādi-māyā, Ādi-shakti present in the woman’s body in the form of the Absolute Fire principle (Tej-tattva) is manifested.

Wearing ornaments as per spiritual science amounts to the worship of the Deity’s Energy (Shakti) form. A woman symbolises the unmanifest Shakti of the Deity. Wearing ornaments as per spiritual science amounts to the worship of that Shakti form.

Through the use of ornaments, the Shakti in a woman manifests. Then imparting its benefits to others as well is the function of a woman.

By K.Nagori