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How are Deities associated with various organs in Human body?

Every bodily action requires energy. Every energy has a specific name, for instance the energy which induces sneezing is called deity Chakpadi. For e.g. Arka is one of the Names of the Sun deity (Surya). After chanting arka, a majority of seekers feel the sensation in their eyes.

How does the growing of Tulsi help in making premise pleasant?

If the deity of a premise is tranquil then the frequencies there are pleasant. The proportion of both, vital energy (pranshakti) and oxygen in that premise is more. A tulsi plant assists in raising the vital energy and oxygen in the atmosphere.

What is the difference in getting desires fulfilled from Saint and subordinate Deity?

The moment the Sadguru is appeased with his service a worldly person’s desires are fulfilled and one serving The Lord without any expectation realises Him. If a seeker who is a servitor has no expectations but is not totally deserving then his spiritual progress begins.

When does God broadcast a Divine message?

Man can establish contact with God through spiritual practice. Just as one feels like conveying important good or bad news to others so is the case of God. He too wishes to convey messages to man. These are called divine messages.

When is an incarnation known as absolute incarnation?

When The Supreme God assumes an incarnation along with His shaktivyuha, in order to slay demons like Ravan and Kansa who grossly violate Righteousness and remains in the world for sometime even after the task is accomplished, the incarnation is known as an absolute incarnation.

Which are the five essential components for functioning of Universe?

The five components that are necessary are: 1. The thought of creation and its occurrence accordingly, 2. Merging with The Supreme God again and experiencing Bliss from it, 3. Components required for the merger, 4. Sustenance of creation for sometime and 5. Multiplication of creation.

Why does God assume a form?

Just as in research it is easier to discover something if one follows the technique of going from the known to the unknown, so also it becomes easier to find God’s formless principle from His manifest form.

Why does God not assume an incarnation as soon as unrighteousness begins to grow?

Though dust gathers in the house throughout the day one does not dust the house time and again but sweeps it off only once in a day. God’s mission too is akin to this.

Why does law of Karma not apply to absolute incarnation?

When The Supreme God assumes an incarnation along with His shaktivyuha, in order to slay demons like Ravan and Kansa who grossly violate Righteousness and remains in the world for sometime even after the task is accomplished, the incarnation is known as an absolute incarnation.

Why does Muladhar chakra get activated by the chanting of the Name of family Deity?

'ku' refers to the absolute earth (pruthvi) element and 'la' to merge. 'Kula' thus means to merge with or to destroy the absolute earth element present in the Muladhar chakra. Hence, the family deity is the one by whose spiritual practice the Muladhar chakra can be activated.

Why is a particular Holy sacrament offered to a Deity?

The holy sacrament offered to each deity is fixed. The chosen sacrament can absorb the energy of that particular deity in a greater quantity and can retain it for a longer period.

Why is active Divine Energy on Ashtami equivalent to an odd date (tithi)?

Even dates are associated with Shiva (Brahman) while odd ones are associated with Divine Energy (Shakti) [the Great Illusion (Maya)]. On chaturthi, ashtami (eighth day), dashami and paurnima (full moon day) the 360 and 108 frequencies form a specific angle; hence frequencies of deities reach the earth in greater amounts.

Why is Bruhaspati called Deity of intellect?

Bruhaspati is the one who nurtures the entire intellect, spiritual knowledge and progress; the one who decides the code of conduct. The complete potent form of Prajapati which is worthy of spiritual experience and the conjoint state of reproduction, that is the conjoint state of Brahman and Prajapati is Bruhaspati.

Why is every mantra chanted with 'svaha' while offering oblation in sacrificial fires?

When performing a sacrificial fire (hom), at the end of a mantra an oblation is offered after chanting svaha because it is believed that a sacrificial fire bestows benefits only if svaha is uttered in this way.

Why is mankind attracted towards Supreme God?

Supreme God is the one who observes, that is the one who perceives, the one who is omniscient and one who bestows Serenity (Shanti), satisfaction. He is the one who is supreme in omniscience and in bestowing Serenity.

Why the chances of rebirth are less if one dies in a place of pilgrimage?

The 108 frequencies that reach the earth are of three types namely creation, sustenance and dissolution. Conjoint frequencies are also included in the 108 frequencies. Since these conjoint frequencies contain the three frequencies, the cycles of birth and death continue.

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