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Srimad Bhagavatam is a Mahapurana. The Srimad Bhagavatam or Bhagavata is one of the great Puranas of Hinduism. Which describes the glories of Lord Krishna(Krsna). The stories of Krsna promises the Devotion(bhakti) towards Lord Krsna. The Bhagavata Purana discusses a wide range of topics such as cosmology, genealogy, geography, mythology, legand, music, dance, yoga, and culture. This Mahapurana is primarily a bhakti(devotional) text, which shows you the path to reach Moksha and to be one with ...
 
It is difficult to find someone from the West that both understands and can elegantly express the theory behind an Eastern mystical tradition. It is even more difficult to find a modern mystic. In Swami Tripurari we have both: a traditional mystic who can articulate the teachings of an ancient spiritual tradition. A compelling speaker, to hear him and be in his presence is itself a spiritual experience. Swami Tripurari met his initiating guru, Srila A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, in t ...
 
The Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam, also known as Devi Purāṇa, is the story of the Universal Mother Goddess Lalithā-śakti, Tripurasundarī, Mahā-Māyā or Durgā, also known by many other names. While Lord Śiva represents the nirguṇa-Brahman or pure nondual objectless awareness, Śakti-Devī is the saguṇa-Brahman, the Universal Consciousness and the Creation. Hearing this sacred text confers the greatest benefit, because it is the ultimate means for attaining liberation. Read the complete text, written by ...
 
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Topics Covered:Paramesvara the Supreme Purpose of the Gayatri MantraThreee Divisions of Vedic WaysExchange of Rasas Between Two EqualsWatering the Root of the TreeSymptoms of Men in the Age of Quarrel, or KaliScriptures SummarizedGlories of the Name of the LordReal Remedy for Peace in the WorldIncarnations of Godhead Is Distinguished►Subscribe to u…
 
Download the Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam Part 1, Skandhas 1-5:https://archive.org/details/srimaddevibhagavatampart1/page/n365 The Vedas said: ’Obeisance to the Devī! to Mahā-māyā, the Auspicious One, the Creatrix of the Universe! We bow down to Thee who is beyond the guṇas, the Ruler of all Beings! O Mother! Thou givest to Śaṅkara even His desires. Thou…
 
Download the Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam Part 1, Skandhas 1-5:https://archive.org/details/srimaddevibhagavatampart1/page/n365 At this juncture, seeing Śiva and the other Devas crying, Bṛhaspati, supremely versed in the Vedas, consoled them thus: ’O highly fortunate one! what use there will be in thus crying and repenting? You ought now to consider the m…
 
Download the Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam Part 1, Skandhas 1-5:https://archive.org/details/srimaddevibhagavatampart1/page/n365 1-4. The Ṛṣis said: “O Sūta! Our minds are merged in the sea of doubt, hearing this your most wonderful saying, surpising to the whole world. The head of Janārdan Mādhava, the Lord of all, was severed from His body! And He was af…
 
Download the Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam Part 1, Skandhas 1-5:https://archive.org/details/srimaddevibhagavatampart1/page/n365 31-37. Sūta said: “Thus questioned by Kṛṣṇa Dvaipāyana Vedavyāsa, the high-souled Nārada Muni, well versed in the Vedas, became very glad and spoke thus: ‘O highly fortunate Parāśarā’s son, the question that you have asked me tod…
 
SDB 1.2 Comments: the Manblunder* Manblunder: the incorrect, ignorant cultural assumption and religious bias that the Creator or ultimate support of the universe must be male in gender.* Especially prominent in the Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.* But also seen in Hinduism, especially the Vaiṣṇava cult.* Māyā is constructed in…
 
• āgamas: a traditional doctrine or precept, collection of such doctrines, sacred work, anything handed down and fixed by tradition (as the reading of a text)• munīndra: chief of the Munis, a great sage or ascetic• transcendental sentiments (rasas): ecstatic emotional flavors of relationship with the Supreme in any form—neutrality, servitorship, fr…
 
After hearing the questions of the Sages, Sūta Gosvāmī responds.The Sanskrit verse in the beginning is the ṣoḍaśī mantra, the most powerful and beneficial Vedic prayer. It invokes the śakti of Goddess Lalithā, also known as Tripurasundarī, Mahā-Māyā, Durgā, and many other names. Who is Goddess Lalithā? This Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam is Her story. List…
 
• What the Śrīmad Bhāgavatam is to the Vaiṣṇavas, the Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam is to the Śāktas.• Though classified as an upa-purāṇa it is the only Purāṇa Vedavyāsa called Mahā-Purāṇa, meaning great Purāṇa• The choice of words by the great ṛṣi obviously indicates its importance, as Divine Mother is described in all major śāstras as the One Supreme be…
 
Namaste! Welcome to Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam. The Sanskrit verse in the beginning is the ṣoḍaśī mantra, the most powerful and beneficial Vedic prayer. It invokes the śakti of Goddess Lalithā, Also known as Tripurasundarī, Mahā-Māyā, Durgā, and many other names. Who is Goddess Lalithā? This Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam is Her story. Listen, and you will gai…
 
Śrī Bhagavān said: ‘Salutation to the Devī Prakṛti, the Creatrix; I bow down again and again to Thee. Thou art all-auspicious and grantest the desires of Thy devotees; Thou art of the nature of siddhi (spiritual success) and vṛddhi (increase). I bow down again and again to Thee. I bow down to the World Mother, Who is of the nature of Everlasting Ex…
 
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1e9ZIkVW2Bi_4wIGerj8WymyOQ-qdSW_K/view?usp=drivesdk From Śrī Tripurārahasya, Mahātmyakhaṇḍam Chapter 28“O Paraśurāma! Listen to the enchanting, wish-fulfilling and sin-absolving prayer of the names of Gaurī. The ṛṣi of this prayer is Aṅgirasa. The meter is anuṣṭup. The presiding Devī is Gaurī. This should be recited …
 
Then Devī Tripurasundarī again said thus:“All of you hear Me. I am really Gāyatrī, Who is never different from Me. Pleased as I am with all of you, I will show you My divine form as Gāyatrī, the embodiment of the aggregate manifestation of speech.”Saying thus, the Divine Mother gave them the divine vision, and all the gods saw Goddess Tripurāmbikā …
 
Say, O Lord of the distressed! in Thy mercy how men may obtain longevity, health, and energy, increase of strength and courage, learning, intelligence, and happiness without great pains; and how they may become great in strength and valor, pure of heart, obedient to parents, not seeking the love of others’ wives but devoted to their own, mindful of…
 
Now the sinful Kali Age is upon them, when dharma is destroyed, an Age full of evil customs and deceit. Men pursue evil ways. The Vedas have lost their power, the smṛtis are forgotten, and many of the Purāṇas, which contain stories of the past, and show the many ways which lead to liberation, will, O Lord! be destroyed. Men will become averse to re…
 
Chapter 1Questions About the Liberation of BeingsThe enchanting summit of the Lord of Mountains, resplendent with all its various jewels, clad with many a tree and many a creeper, melodious with the song of many birds, scented with the fragrance of all the season’s flowers, most beautiful, fanned by soft, cool, and perfumed breezes, shadowed by the…
 
The Indian Tantras, which are numerous, constitute the Scripture (Śāstra) of the Kaliyuga, and as such are the voluminous source of present and practical orthodox “Hinduism”. Whatever its historical origin, the Tantra-Śāstra is in fact a development of the Vaidik Karma-kaṇḍa, promulgated to meet the needs of this age. Śiva says: “O Auspicious One! …
 
Second line: ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं auṁ hrīṁ śrīṁॐ used at the beginning of the first line of the mantra refers to the Supreme Self, known as Brahman. The ॐ here in the second line represents the individual being. Thus, this ॐ is to be replaced with ātma-bīja, which is given by one’s guru at the time of initiation. Everyone will have ātma-bīja, which is der…
 
Download the full documentation:http://www.mediafire.com/file/7yaz1p6j6gwm25v/Maha%25CC%2584s%25CC%25A3od%25CC%25A3as%25CC%2581i%25CC%2584_Mantra.pdf/fileMeaning of the bījas:The first kūṭa has five bījas: ka e ī la hrīṃ. All three kūṭas end with hrīṃ, and this hrīṃ is called hṛllekha. A lot of importance is attached to this hṛllekha which is also …
 
Detailed meaning of Lalithambigai:http://www.manblunder.com/articles/lalithambigai-articlesPañcadaśī-mantraThe heart, the main mantra of Lalitāmbikā is Pañcadaśī-mantra consisting of fifteen bījas, including these not covered above:Pañcadaśa means fifteen. Since this mantra has fifteen bījas, it is called Pañcadaśī. Pañcadaśī-mantra is divined in t…
 
After aiṁ ऐं is sauḥ सौः, known as parā-bīja. This is also known as hṛdaya-bīja or amṛta-bīja. Śiva explains to Śakti about this in Parā-trīśikā-vivāraṇa 9-10: “O! Gracious one! It is the third Brahman (sat or sa स) united with the fourteenth vowel औ (au – out of the sixteen vowels), well-joined with that which comes at the end of the lord of vowel…
 
After hrīṁ ह्रीं is klīṁ क्लीं, which is known as kāma-bīja. This bīja draws divine energy towards the aspirant like a magnet. This bīja is the power of attraction. Kāma here does not mean lust, but the desire for transcendental Bliss (one of the four puruṣārthas: dharma, artha, kāma and mokṣa). Attaining Her and entering into the state of Bliss ar…
 
After śrīṁ श्रीं is hrīṁ ह्रीं, which is also known as māyā-bīja. This is the combination of the characters ha + ra + ī + nāda + bindu (ह + र + ई + nāda + bindu. Ha refers to the Divine Light of Śiva which also encompasses prāṇa and ākāśā, two important principles without which we cannot exist. The second component of hrīṁ is ra (र) which is also k…
 
First Line : ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं ऐं सौः auṁ śrīṁ hrīṁ klīṁ aiṁ sauḥDownload the documentation: http://www.mediafire.com/file/7yaz1p6j6gwm25v/Maha%25CC%2584s%25CC%25A3od%25CC%25A3as%25CC%2581i%25CC%2584_Mantra.pdf/filePrāṇava ॐEvery authentic Vedic mantra begins and ends with ॐ. Kulārṇava-Tantra 15.57 says that beginning a mantra without ॐ causes im…
 
Download the documentation: http://www.mediafire.com/file/7yaz1p6j6gwm25v/Maha%25CC%2584s%25CC%25A3od%25CC%25A3as%25CC%2581i%25CC%2584_Mantra.pdf/fileŚrī-vidya is the devotional worship of the Supreme Mother, Ambāl. According to the Vedic scripture Śrī Tripurārahasya, the Śrī-vidya or ṣoḍaśī-vidya was first taught in Satya-Yuga by Lord Hayagrīva to…
 
If you’re having difficulties applying this Esoteric Teaching, it’s most likely because of misunderstood terminology. We have collected the most powerful and advanced study technology in the Matrix Learning series. Another typical problem area is Integrity. A sappurisā, according to the Buddha is a man of integrity, literally a lover of eternal tru…
 
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The Chinese word Jing means a number of things depending on where, when, and how it is used. Jing can be used as a verb, an adjective, or a noun.When used as a noun, Jing means “the essence” or “the essentials.” When it is used for the energy side of a being, it means “spirit.” Chinese people believe that the male sperm or semen is the refined and …
 
The ancient Chinese symbol for Qi is formed of two characters. On top is the character for “nothing” and below is the character for “fire”. This implies that Qi is “no fire.” That means that when the organs are supplied with the proper amount of Qi, they will not be overheated or “on fire”. A better interpretation is that by cooking the post-birth …
 
General definition of Qi and Qigong: Qi is the conscious living energy or natural force that fills the universe. Qi can be generally defined as any type of energy which is able to demonstrate power and strength.Qi is also commonly used to express the energy state of something, especially living things. Since the term as used today refers to the cul…
 
This series provides a general background for Qi (chi) and Qigong. The next series will cover Yi Jin and Xi Sui Qigong, which are translated as “Muscle/Tendon Changing” and “Marrow/Brain Washing Qigong.” Marrow/Brain Washing is deep, difficult to understand. It has been found in documents detailing both Buddhist and Daoist Qigong and meditation tra…
 
My core taste developed due to karma and certain physically traumatic incidents during gestation. The emotional and semantic content of these incidents predisposed me to associate strong physical sensation with love and affection. At age 12 when I encountered movies of Indian yogis using bed of nails, I tried it for myself, leading to my first sexu…
 
The purpose of the Tantrik methods in the Secret Heaven Noble Path is to open and strengthen the lower chakras. To attain enlightenment one must have access to one’s full energy, or in Taoist terminology, Original Chi. The DanTien must be fully charged and the sex center fully open, capable of high-energy orgasm. Then if one begins the next stage w…
 
To reach complete Self-realization we have to begin from sex. Sex energy is life energy, prana or chi. We need our complete energy available to attain complete Self-awareness. In most people these energy centers are partially closed, running at way less than their full potential. Ordinary dualistic moralism tries to repress and regulate sex, but al…
 
There is suffering in life. Holographic Meditation means bringing all the chakras—your whole Being—simultaneously into a state of ecstasy. The method is four levels of yoga that can be practiced together. I propose to establish a Foundation to teach this most beneficial Noble Path in the west.
 
We recognize, promote and emulate spiritual and other leaders on the strength of their adherence to external moral and social values such as religious doctrine. But what about those who become enlightened spontaneously? How do we recognize and show appreciation to them? They likely won’t accept any position or designation. That means we have to sho…
 
I recently was able to recall my original and authentic enlightenment experience in 1967 during an LSD trip. This has profound consequences for me. First, I must revise my views and recognize such experiences as valid. Second, I now realize that there are many—perhaps tens of thousands—of people like me. Many of them may still be in denial about th…
 
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