I am keenly aware of the advancement happening to me today. The past few weeks have been different with a rocking effect. Now, in this moment, I feel as tall and strong as a tree! I am honored and humbled to gain information while noticing the tapestry being weaved into my soul in a blanket of love. It will be hard not to bloom into love tonight at the Kirtan!
Below’s reblog is because of the knowledge gained from the words of another. Thank you for sharing and helping me become better than I was a moment ago.
The Om Namah Shivaya mantra or chant consists of six syllables – om, na, mah, shi, vaa, ya. When chanted properly, each syllable activates certain energy centers within our bodies as we meditate upon the energy of Lord Shiva. Shiva is often referred to as the part of the Hindu trinity which has dominion over death and destruction. Shiva is also considered the greatest of the yogis, the lord of meditation, and the lord of all that is mystic and mysterious in hindu practices. Legend has it that the holy river Ganges (or Ganga) is in fact a representation of Lord Shiva’s long hair.
Om or Aum is the pranava or seed mantra of all mantras. The two syllables na- and mah- can be translated as “I humbly bow to you”. The three syllables shi-vaa-ya invoke Lord Shiva and all his energies to bless us and lead us to the…
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