ADVENTURES IN ADVAITA VEDANTA...


Adventures in Advaita Vedanta, the philosophy and science of spirit. We are one you and I; are you curious why?..

THE ADVENTURE

HARI OM!
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Hari Om
'Freedays' are the 'gather our thoughts' days; Q&As; a general review of the week so far…

Yesterday the Maha-MRtunjaya mantra was introduced. It felt to be timely. This prayer is not said only for ourselves in times of illness or strife; it is a powerful prayer for peace and sanity across all creation.

A mass-chanting of this prayer would build such a shield of positive strength within communities and nations. In the absence of the masses, let all who know it chant it with full intention and focus on the world, that it might seal its gaping wounds, salve its aches, brush off its dust and grime, nourish its goodness and kindness and refresh its spirit.

If you cannot yet chant it yourself, at least play the 108 chants provided. Do not simply press play then get on with your day. Assign an hour of focus and contemplation of the state of affairs both close to you and out there in the greater community. Place all your Love and Light into the energy of the chant and envision it riding out on the airwaves, dribbling into the ether and thus spreading, like a gas, for as far as possible. Let us do this together, each in their own time, forming a ring around the globe. We may not know each others' bodies, but we do know each others' spirits, else we would not be gathered around, reading this.

Make a sankalpa (vow) right now; a daily exercise of this mantra for the month of October. Spread the healing vibe!


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