So the source of this spiritual energy is always inside and outside. Inside us we have a spiritual centre, at the centre of our consciousness, pure spiritual energy called Soul or Self. This is really what we are. Outside of us we have the Supreme Soul, the Source, the Supreme Being or Supreme Spiritual Energy. Transfer of Spiritual Energy from Soul to Mind Soul is the source of spiritual energy responsible for the biological functions of the human body and Soul uses mind as an instrument in this whole process.
As Indians believed all creatures, whether animate or inanimate, are endowed with divine spirits. What sets American Indian literature apart is that it captures the essence of the Indians way of living and how they lived. Indians channeled their everyday life events into numerous forms of orally expressions that include love poem, songs, lullabies, war chants, gambling chants and short narratives. The first colonizers to ever set a foot on the shore of America were the European puritans. Perhaps throughout the extended history of colonization,
Vaastu for a home filled with positivity and peace Vaastu Shastra is believed to be ancient science, practised even during Vedic times since reference to it is found in the Rigveda and other ancient Hindu texts. Vaastu means the place of dwelling. It is basically about creating a place for living and working that is amiable with nature. Vaastu Shastra is about how human beings can live in harmony with the five basic elements of nature, namely, Sky or Aakash, Earth or Prithvi, Water or Paani, Fire or Agni and Wind or Vaayu. These elements are also referred to as the Panch bhootas.
edas (i) Shruti- It literally means that which has been heard. This word is derived from the root “shru” which means ‘to hear’. Int is believed to be the paramount source of Hindu Law and is believed to be the language of the divine revelation through the sages. They contain explanation and directions for the guidance of the priests. These shrutis occupy the most exalted position for spiritual bearing.
It is believed that the pre historic Rishis of ancient India heard and obtained in their meditative state the knowledge that is termed as Vedas as vibrations from space and therefore considered this knowledge as given by Paramaatman or the Universal Soul or Spirit itself. As such the Vedic sacrifices that are prescribed in the Vedas have originated from the Universal Spirit. The Vedas declare that there is nothing in this Universe that is outside that Universal energy or spirit or Paramaatman as everything in the Universe is permeated by that Absolute Supreme Soul, the Paramaatman or Parabrahman. Evam pravartitam chakram naanuvartayateeha yah aghaayur indriyaaraamo mogham Paartha sa jeevati
Mythology helps us understand the mystical by giving us a purpose in the world we coexist in and gives a purpose of life to the individual. This gives the answer of why we exist. We can find many mythological stories that are about creation and help us learn from that culture and civilization. Helps us understand what they believed and why they believed it. Furthermore, mythology helps us understand the cosmological which gave an understanding to people about the purpose and place of everything in the universe.
Kundalini is the battery power that allows us to connect to our full potential and the universe. Kundalini is the key to the power of cure and wisdom that rests in each and everyone of us. In Sanskrit, it literally means “The coil on the hair of my beloved”. This is because the ancients imagined this potential that each individual possesses as a serpent who lays dormant in Muladhara, and who should be consciously awoken.
Mysticism means many things to many minds and is undeniably a term that is used in varying contexts with different shades of meanings. Many have used this term to designate a special mark of spiritual disposition, and others have employed it to mark off a higher and final development of life itself. Anyone who reflects God or the Holy Spirit as the vital, determining norm or principle of his or her life could validly be called “Mystical.” Mysticism means, the attainment of higher levels of being in which this knowledge is fully realized in conformity with man’s destiny on earth. Mysticism is a living tradition that continues to occupy a central place in philosophy of the Muslim world. Sufi orders continue to flourish openly in worldwide and its mystical presence is apparent even on the more external plane.
Etymologically speaking, the word 'Vishnu ' means 'one who pervades, one who has entered into everything. ' So he is the transcendent as well the immanent reality of the universe. He is the inner cause and power by which things exist. Family Vishnu was married to Lakshmi (the goddess of good