Most of time we drag ourselves back thinking — if people will be pleased or not, or what they will say; because we want to start everything right from the perfection, and that never happens.
Recently I read two approaches, first, scratch your own itch, means solves your own problem, when problem is solved — turn it into a business. For example, (1) I’m not happy with my blog design, then I will learn how to design, will improve its design, and consequently can make lots of design and sell ‘em to other needy people; (2) suppose I’ve a certain health problem, I will find out the causes of the problem, and how to dig it out from its very root, and later on can write and sell a book on it — ‘coz millions of people suffer from the same problem.
Second approach is, don’t do things in solitude, whatever you do — show it to other people, take their opinion, and if majority says “yes” then go ahead. This is good when you are a politician, or a celebrity. But when you are struggling with your career, quality of other people either can ruin you or make you — and who knows how much wisdom they have to understand your path. Or, sometimes it happens, they never understand unless you show them how a finalized thing works.
Recently a man told me about his business idea and wanted to sought my opinion on it. I said, ” your idea is like your breath that lives with you day and night, and nobody can understand better than you, just give it a try on a small scale first, and see how it works.” I feel “original idea” has lots of potential in its seed state, if we give it a right nourishment and environment, it can turn in a giant tree.
When you read this blog, you leave the whole world and concentrate here. For that sake I will keep on refining this blog as I grow side by side.
I’ll delete certain posts which I think I shouldn’t have written, like I shouldn’t have disclosed certain mantras which I did — mantra takes you in a whole new dimension, and now I feel for that guidance is very necessary; It’s not like that I catch certain mantra from somewhere and start chanting. Mantras are energy based and can do much harm than good; so like with breath based kriyas.
I’ll keep on deleting certain comments which criticize others: any religion, a guru, an organization, a book, or a person.
I’ve deleted profile based Google+, and apologize to the people who were there with me and request them to join at new Google+ page: https://plus.google.com/+Gurutalks
By profession I’m not a writer, sometimes feel helpless how to express in “fewer words” which is in my heart and mind. For that purpose, I’ve bought bunch of writing skill books, I’ll give considerable time to learn the things of the trade.
DESIGN AND TYPOGRAPHY
As smartphones and tablets are everywhere in the hands, I’ll work upon that fonts and design look soothing to the eyes in the multiple device.
I wasn’t well with me this blog also suffered: I could not write and with unwise decision, I changed permalink structure, removed tags and certain categories — this blog fell to its mouth. But as my health improves I commit to meaningful regular updates.
Space, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth — they are five fundamental elements of nature, of our lives. Our body is made up of them, in Ayurvedic terms, “Space & Air, make Vata; Fire & Water, make Pitta; and Water & Earth, make Kapha. As red, blue and green color make a whole image; Vata, Pitta and Kapha make the whole body.
For Vata, Space is “cold” and Air is “dry”. For Pitta, Fire is “hot” and Water is “moist”. And for Kapha Water is “moist” and Earth is “heavy”. It is nothing but the inherent nature of the elements are taken. Vata controls movement; Pitta controls metabolism, and Kapha controls structure — of the body.
Imbalance of Vata means body organs turn dry and he is allergic to cold. The foods which give cold or dry effects are dangerous. Due to impact of Space and AIR, a person thinks a lot, feels restless, may turn insomniac; and his pain moves all over the body.
Imbalance of Pitta means there is fire inside the whole body and it is not dry but moist. Person suffering from Pitta must avoid the foods which give spicy effects. Otherwise his hair may turn grey (may be baldness), skin problems, stomach aches … and whole bunch of problems. And above all his behavior turns very intense, due to the effect of Fir.
Imbalance of Kapha, as it controls the structure of the body, ties one cell to another, you may have problems related to congestion, mucus, fluid, your tongue taste may be lost. As Earth is heavy, you may sleep more, procrastinate the things and may feel lazy. A person suffering with it, must avoid the foods which are heavy to digest or increase the Kapha.
A person may suffer from either any one of, Vata, Pitta and Kapha — or any combination of them.
An ayurvedic doctor finds out the imbalances by checking your “pulse”. And (should) tell what to eat and not to eat, suggest ayurvedic medicines — to create balance. Once your body is balanced, your energy is aligned and your are cured.
Where is the best ayurvedic clinic?
24 are in fact beej mantras in Gayatri mantra which signifies respective God or Goddess. This is very potent mantra. It is cursed also, so that not any evil minded person could access its infinite wisdom, power and prosperity to make use of their evil purpose; what happened in case of Ravana, he made use of all the unprotected mantras only just for his evil purpose. You simply can’t remove its curse by chanting some Utkeelan mantras before it. To remove its curse you need to find a guru at the level of Vasistha and Viswamitra.
If that guru has chanted Gayatri mantra more than 1 crore and 25 lakhs times, and secondly he must not be hungry for money and fame, directly or indirectly. Then he may be worthy to guide you in Gayatri mantra. With that type of guru, the curse with this mantra is automatically removed.
24 beej mantras are in fact energies, when chanted, with their friction, the power hidden in each of them starts increasing, and a Sadhaka fulfills themselves with each of the followings:
Om Bhur Bhuvah Swa = signifies 3 worlds
Tatsavitur = Ta (Ganesh for success); Tsa (Narsimha for prakram); Vi (Vishnu for paalan); Tu (Shiv for shiv shakti); r joins va, see next.
Vareniyam = Rva (Krishna for yog shankti); Re (Radha for love); Ni (Lakshmi for money); Yam (Agni for tej shakti)
Bhargo = Bha (Indra for protection); Rgo (Sarswati for knowledge, intelligence)
Devasya = De (Durga for daman shakti); Va (Hanuman for devotion); Sya (Earth for dharan shakti)
Dheemahi = Dhee (Sun for pran shakti); Ma (Ram for character & values); Hi (Sita for tapa shakti)
Dhiyoyonah = Dhi (Moon for coolness, calmness ); Yo (Yum for kaal shakti ); Yo (Brahma for production ); Nah (Varuna for ras shakti )
Prachodayat = Pra (Narayan for aadarsh shakti ); Cho (Hayagreev for bravery); Da (Hans for Vivek); Yat (Tulsi for seva shakti)
Gayatri mantra is a solution to everything: whether you are suffering from black magic; whether you are lacking money and health; whether you lack love; whether you lack knowledge and shakti; whether you lack discrimination and patience–it removes all the lacks and sufferings.
# Gayatri mantra is not a tantrik mantra, it is a Vedic mantra.
# It demands a worthy guru / guide, having the qualities like of Vasistha and Viswamitra.
# It is the cure for everything; whatever is possible with other mantra, is possible with it — it contains everything in it.
# Other 24 Gayatri mantras (e.g., Ganesh Gayatri, Nirsimha Gayatri … Krishna Gayatri etc.,) which were made later on for respective God or Goddess are not Vedic but considered as Tantric mantras.
Facts and figures for Winter Solstice:
- solstice = ‘sol’ for ‘sun’ + ‘sisto’ for ‘stop’; means the sun stops and changes direction.
- See solstice chart.
- This day the sun starts moving from ‘south’ to ‘north’.
- First day of winter? (Winter has already started 15-20 days ago!)
- Shortest day: technically Sun’s elevation at noon, gets lower (on the other hand for Summer solstice, the elevation of Sun gets higher, poles reversed from ‘north’ to ‘south’ and the day is the longest day.)
Time-pass gossips for Winter Solstice:
Sky is falling; day will get shorter each coming day; world is going to end — nothing like that is going to happen. I don’t know which year and in which country, but I’ve seen in news that some people burned their clothes and belongings in a hope ‘world would end that day.’
If hard-drive corrupts, CDs or other external storage drives get stolen or lost; perhaps you will lose everything for which you’ve worked so hard. Or, if you struggle everyday in hiding your data from certain people and occasionally fail in doing so. In both the cases you can go for online storage.
If you never used and don’t know abc of online storage, pick each at a time, read everything about free storage: security, how to sync with your computer or smartphone, accessibility and so on — and start using them. They can better tell about their storage usability so it’s useless to take screenshots and paste here.
So the list is:
Question: my files won’t be safe there?
Answer: I can’t say anything about security, but you can use thing like WinZip and encrypt your file with banking level AES encryption, before uploading to (syncing with) online storage.
I’ve limited knowledge regarding Sarvatro/Sarvato Bhadra. But as they say, it represents a mix of 33 crores Gods and Goddesses–each square represents 1 crore. And worshiping Sarvatro Bhadra means to worship them.
The above is made of colored rice; each color has its specific story to be told associated with Gods and Goddesses; and each square has its own specific mantra…. Worshiping this and followed by a Havan, might take your whole day. There is much technical detail about this, so will update this post later on.
Technology is running so fast, if you don’t update yourself for few months–many things will come up and people will start using them. And it’d sound like “What is happening, I know nothing what they are talking about.” Blue Ray had been knocking my head for a week: it sounded like a blue movie, until I found it was a good thing to use….
If you have a large collection of movies, songs, ebooks, or perhaps softwares–now you don’t need to carry
and hide a big pouch of CDs / DVDs holder. Blue Ray Disc can do all. It’s so thin that you can hide it between the pages of your book…. And as its layer increases so its data capacity, a single layer can contain 25 GB of data.
Is it expensive? Does it need a different player? How does it look like? What type of technology is used in it?
Let’s talk about simple things first, I use Transend DVD + RW, and I doubt if it can read a Blue Ray Disc–as technology is different. In Blue Ray, they use Blue Laser; and in DVD they use Red Laser. Now a bell rings, “Difference between Blue and Red Laser?” Obviously it is not color mixing but a big difference of frequency. (Red has lower frequency, that’s why the danger signal of Railway is of color “red”, it doesn’t dissipate and you can see it from a long distance and guess, “A train is coming”; another example, rock is solid ‘coz its frequencies are in that way, water is fluid ‘coz its frequencies are higher than rock but in that way it could remain water, air is invisible ‘coz its frequencies are higher than the rest of twos.) As frequency changes color also changes. In sum up, I can’t play a Blue Ray Disc in my DVD + RW. I need to buy a Blue Ray Player, as I’m googling, companies like Samsung, Sony, Philips, and LG are making this sort of player. Some Blue Ray Players have backward compatibility for DVD, you need to see particular model Specification before buying a player.
…And Blue Ray Player is expensive than DVD Player. But with quality and data storage capacity of Blue Ray Disc, of course any tongue can salivate.
|Data Capacity||Disc Price/Piece (Approx.)||Player Price (Approx.)|
|Blue Ray||25 GB (single layer)||225 INR | US $ 3.59||7000 to 1100 INR | US $ 111.60 to 175.37|
|DVD||4.7 GB||30 to 40 INR | US $ 0.48 TO 0.64||2000 to 4000 INR | US $ 31.89 to 63.77|
P.S. I wonder after a decade or two, some White Ray might come….
When they do not cultivate their minds, they call it “generation gap.” Oops! Not trying to offend anybody, but that’s what I see the truth it is.
Curse is when this “generation gap” goes wider and wider; and nobody understands anybody. Blesses are, when one cultivates their mind with the age goes by, has wisdom and insight; not only kill the generation gap but available to all sorts of guidance.
…also called “Atma-Shatakam, or Nirvana-Shatkam.” It was written by Adi-Shankaracharya. It is called “Shatkam,” ‘coz it has six verses, and in ‘em the whole teaching of advaita exists. Some gurus recommend chanting these verses many times a day. Though who do not understand advaita, it might look futile to ‘em as it says, you are not the body, nor the mind, nor in rituals, nor in misery, nor in happiness, nor in caste system, nor you are born and nor you die. And what are you? Try to understand the sixth verse there
Chanting Atma-Shatakam is very useful to the people who practise advaita; or love the teachings like of Ramana Maharshi, Siddharameshwar Maharaj, Nisargadatta Maharaj, Ranjitji, Shri Samartha Ramdas, Poonjaji, Mooji, Gangaji, Adyashanti and so forth; or love the books like, Ashtavakra Gita, Tripura Rahasya, Upanishads, Ribhu Gita, I am that, Dasbodh and so on….
In few words, it sets you free from all the clingings and attachments; it finishes off all the dreams and assumptions, dos and donts. And turns to you, to your non-dual “subjectivity.”