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Posted by Animesh Dada on June 2, 2013 at 8:05 PM Comments comments (1)

VALUE ADDITION: Fountains add charm and bring vaastu benefits too.

  • Fountains look gorgeous and make beautiful, soothing waterfall sounds.
  • You have indoor, outdoor, wall mounted fountains and the ones you can place on floors.
  • The sound and motion of gurgling water activates chi (cosmic energy); adds humidity to a dry room; helps to restore balance.
  • Fountains near the front door attract prosperity chi to your home.
  • Get the fountain that provides for adjustment of sound it produces.
  • Ensure your bedroom fountain has a timer so that it turns off itself when you fall asleep.

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    THEY EMBODY the essence of form, function and beauty. Designed to replicate the soothing sounds of a country stream or a babbling brook, fountains transform your environment into one of peaceful tranquility.

    The market for fountains in Bangalore is good because many people believe in Vaastu and Feng Shui. A huge selection of beautiful fountain styles, including indoor, outdoor, wall mounted and floor standing, are available. The majority of them are meticulously handcrafted and look gorgeous. Slate, copper, glass, ceramic, stone, bamboo, granite and many other kinds of materials are utilised to create them.

    According to Feng Shui experts, water fountains are among the most popular and effective of cures. As a form of moving water, fountains bring prosperity and good luck to the home, whether placed outside in the yard or inside the house. As it is often true in Feng Shui, size is not always the most important factor; even a small table-top fountain can have a big effect when it is used appropriately. In addition to symbolising prosperity, the sound and motion of gurgling water activates chi (cosmic energy) and adds humidity to a dry room, helping to restore balance. Moving water gets things going when the chi has been stagnant for a while, like ice melting in the spring after a long winter.

    Fountains are appropriate anywhere you want to enhance water or wood energy. Green plants representing wood energy are a wonderful addition to many fountain placements.

    Direction of flow

    Fountains are often used near the front door to attract prosperity chi to the home. Some fountains have an equal flow of water on all sides, while others are more like a miniature waterfall with the stream cascading down in one area only.

    If the water flows down in one direction, rather than equally on all sides, make sure you place the fountain so that the water is flowing toward the interior of the home.

    Copper fountains are beautiful, because metal supports water in a creative cycle. Stone, cement and ceramic fountains block the energy in the water element; be sure to add some kind of metal in or around these kinds of fountains to support the water chi. For example, you could add nine coins to a stone fountain, or set a ceramic fountain on top of a metal patio table.

    You can usually adjust the sound of a water fountain by changing the water level; if your fountain is too loud, try adding more water to it. Some come with an adjustable pump, so you can vary the speed with which the water flows.

    Experiment until you find a tone and volume that sounds right. A fountain in the bedroom should be turned off at night while you are sleeping. If you find the sound soothing and if it helps you to fall asleep, use a timer to turn the fountain off after you are asleep rather than letting it run all night.

    Be sure to add more water to your fountain as it evaporates, to avoid possible damage to the pump if the water level gets too low.

    Depending on the climate and the size of the fountain, this could be done once a week or every day. Unplug the fountain while you are away for several days and fill it with fresh water when you return.

    Money chi

    Since you pay regular attention to a fountain, make it a habit to give attention to the financial details of your life as well. Here is how: As you check the water level in your fountain, take a moment to mentally review whether there are any other prosperity-related tasks to be done. For example, it could be completing your expenses report, or balancing your chequebook.

    A well-placed and maintained water fountain can help increase the flow of money chi into your life. Vaastu Shastra asks us to ensure that the south-west of a plot has no pond or fountain because presence of water element here can affect the peace of mind of the owner or his/her elders. To enhance your finances, place a bowl of water in the northeast sector and keep the place clean and free from weight.

    Wells, borewells, water sumps and water ponds should be in the northeastern area.


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    Posted by Animesh Dada on May 24, 2013 at 7:45 PM Comments comments (0)


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    Posted by Animesh Dada on May 24, 2013 at 7:35 AM Comments comments (0)


    Potential Benefits of OORRJAA  KALPDHYAN Meditation:

    OORRJAA KALPDHYAN  Meditation, when practiced correctly, may give the following benefits:

    A deeper sense of the true self beyond the ego, and deeper intuitive knowings. This may include a deeper knowledge of the nature of the individual self, in the form of a fundamental connection to pure consciousness within the individual self of the meditator, beneath the emotions, perceptions, mental ideas and preconceptions of self that exist at the surface level of the mind. Other knowledge pertaining to self may also be gained, such as insight into the life experience. The practice of meditation places the practitioner in closer touch with his or her inner conscious resources, and the regular meditator frequently enjoys an overall acceleration and refinement of spiritual growth.

     Enhanced sensitivity to all things, from which communication may result—such as the reception of impressions, guidance or thought communication ("telepathy"). All these various forms of communication are related, for all take place through the field of pure consciousness. The "thinking mind," in its activity, serves as an obstruction and a filtering process, preventing the conscious awareness from effectively receiving such communication. Acquiring the ability to quiet the "thinking mind" and come into greater contact with the state of pure consciousness enhances the receptivity of the awareness to these various forms of communication.

     The ability to visualize, to "see" psychically, which has also been called "psychic sight," "high sense perception," "second sight," and other names. This may include intuitive forms of "seeing," in the mind's eye, as well as experiences involving physical sight. These abilities come from a development of the abilities of the sixth chakra, as a result of the proper practice of visualization, and visions, various forms of "remote viewing," precognition, and the ability to see the human aura are some examples of the receptive aspect of the visualization ability that results. Greater overall intuitive awareness, in whatever form it manifests, is commonly present.

     Later, after some practice, the ability to use your visualization ability in the sense of sending or directing energy (rather than receiving it, as with psychic sight). Various kinds of energy, color, light or qualities may be sent. This active visualization ability is also the result of regular practice of meditation. It  is particularly useful in healing work, where the ability to visualize in this way is a necessary prerequisite to proper performance of the many advanced healing techniques which require that energy, color and light be directed to certain locations in certain particular ways.

     Various other "supernormal" abilities, which will vary from person to person.    These abilities are developed over a period of months and years, and will vary from student to student. They may manifest not only while meditating, but in daily life as well.  It is a great advantage to develop the habit of engaging in the regular practice of meditation, at a daily time and place of one's choosing, and persevering in the practice. This is the way that the maximum benefits will be gained

    Sunday Kalpdhyan Meditations

    Posted by Animesh Dada on May 24, 2013 at 7:30 AM Comments comments (0)


       In everyday life, as each of us lives in our "normal" state of consciousness, our awareness is usually focused upon the particular thoughts, emotions or perceptions we experience on the surface level of reality, whether they are the experiences and perceptions we move through in our life in the outer world, or the thoughts and feelings that we have in our inner world. As we move through life, we perceive, think, act and feel with the assistance of our "thinking mind"—the active portion of our mind that deals with this surface level of reality, through the use of thoughts, feelings, interpretations of perceptions, and actions. Our awareness is usually identified with, preoccupied with and attached to, whichever of these particular activities we engage in through the use of this "thinking mind." Although all these particular components of our life are important, when we remain identified with, and therefore limited to, these surface activities—these surface appearances of our deeper being—we are far less able to perceive and act from a more fundamental level of greater awareness. The tendency of our "thinking mind" to remain preoccupied with the particulars of life inhibits our ability to move to the level of pure consciousness that is actually the source of all these particular states of mind.

       In the practice of meditation we seek to free ourselves from this mental "chatter" in which our "thinking mind" engages, and instead seek connection to a deeper level of our being. We free ourselves from the surface level of the mind, and by doing so, we make it easier for ourselves to come into connection with a deeper spiritual reality. Meditation is a process by which we seek to re-condition our conscious awareness, so that we release our attachment to the surface level of reality and instead allow the awareness to gravitate towards a state of pure awareness, pure consciousness. As we meditate in the proper manner, the experience of  pure awareness itself moves more to the forefront, instead of a primary identification with the highly active surface level of the mind.

       The proper practice of meditation therefore enables us to gain a better primary connection to the greater reality that is the real source of everything we experience. It is the primary connection to this greater reality that provides us the greater awareness, perceptual abilities and powers of consciousness that would ordinarily remain unavailable, should our awareness remain only in touch with the "surface level" of reality. Our awareness, freed from identification with the particular activities of the "thinking mind," is able to expand into a greater awareness of reality. Our conscious awareness, free from the distractions and limitations that result from preoccupation with the surface level of reality, is also free to tap the powers in the field of pure consciousness that would otherwise remain unnoticed and undeveloped—to cultivate the conscious abilities that might ordinary remain undeveloped should an identification with the excessive activity of the surface level of the mind remain.

       To gain these potential benefits of meditation, by virtue of this reconditioning of the awareness, it is necessary to engage in regular practice—usually on a daily basis. Meditation does not provide all its benefits all at once, but over time, as the practice itself re-conditions the awareness of the meditator more towards the state of pure consciousness. In each daily meditation session, the conscious awareness of the meditator is encouraged, through the use of a certain technique, to free itself from the surface level of the "thinking mind" and instead come into greater contact with the field of pure consciousness. Achieving a state of pure awareness is therefore practiced, on a daily basis.

       When this is done, the ability to contact the state of pure awareness is present not only during each meditation session, but tends to "carry over" to our entire life experience. Our ability to move into a state of pure awareness during our meditation sessions does not become unavailable when we stop meditating—our ability to contact this state of pure consciousness manifests in, and tends to benefit our overall life. We acquire the ability to contact and act from this deeper awareness at other times, too, instead of being constantly bound by, and identified with, the surface level of the mind. It may also be called upon during times when such awareness and abilities are needed—during the practice of healing, for example. Because meditation brings us into closer connection with the spiritual source of life and health, the regular practice of meditation also tends to refine and enhance the functioning of the body, mind and spirit—to bring greater peace, effectiveness and harmony to all levels of the being.

       It is a release of identification with, and subsequent gradual quiescence of, this surface mental activity—the developed ability to access the field of pure consciousness underneath the "busy" surface level of the mind— that provides all these benefits. There are many forms of meditation, but to quiet the surface level of the mind such that greater awareness and greater abilities may become manifest is the goal of meditation in all its forms. Although the many different kinds of meditation employ various techniques to work towards this desirable goal, the overall process remains the same.

       Meditation, in one form, is often practiced with the use of a symbol. In this type of meditation practice, the technique employed to cultivate this greater connection to pure consciousness makes use of the symbol in a particular way, so as to effect this end. In the practice of meditation using a symbol, the awareness of the meditator is focused upon the symbol, instead of remaining identified with the many thoughts and emotions that might otherwise retain importance as the focus of awareness. The symbol provides a prop, a single object which is sensed in an effortless way, instead of the usual jumble of disorganized thoughts and emotions. The sensing of the symbol alone, in this way, assists in the settling of superfluous thoughts and emotions, stabilizing the descent to a level of pure consciousness. This is because the mind no longer feeds off its own activity, from one thought to the next. Stabilizing the awareness upon just the meditation symbol allows the activity of the surface level of the mind, the "thinking mind," to "wind down," to decrease in activity, slowly but surely.

       The symbol stabilizes and assists in the descent to deeper levels of awareness. As the meditator meditates, the thoughts and emotions that may arise while meditating are recognized to be merely distractions, and are therefore allowed to drop away as the meditator's awareness comes back effortlessly to the symbol alone. As the meditator continues to meditate on the symbol, the "chatter" of the "thinking mind" winds down more and more, and the meditator settles to deeper and deeper levels of awareness. Although thoughts and emotions continue to arise in the mind as it "winds down," the meditator does not identify with them, and so, gradually they become fewer and fewer. No particular attention is paid to the thoughts and emotions, they are simply noticed as distractions, as being observed as outside the focus of the meditation (the symbol), and allowed to drop away as the awareness is encouraged to return to just the symbol.

       The awareness of the meditator may drift from the symbol many times while meditating, especially at first, but by simply and effortlessly coming back to the symbol the practice is slowly but surely refined. Eventually the meditator will become adept at keeping the symbol alone in the awareness, and achieve a quiet mind. The meditator may then begin to have experiences of pure awareness, perhaps for just an instant at first, wherein a sense of perfect unity with the symbol is achieved. It is at this time that the awareness of the meditator may be said to have completely released its identification with the surface level of the mind, and to have begun to contact the state of pure consciousness. At this level of pure consciousness, the meditator, the object of meditation (the symbol), and the process of meditation become one. The symbol is also experienced in its essence, and particular conscious abilities may become available to the meditator—abilities which are contained in, and are part of, the field of pure consciousness, and which may also bear some relationship to the essence and inner power of the symbol. A deep sense of peace and knowing may also be felt.



    Posted by Animesh Dada on June 18, 2010 at 7:49 PM Comments comments (0)


    Do not be angry today

    Do not be anxious, be grateful

    Be diligent, be kind to others

    And keep in your mind

    And recite