Homa Fire

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      Mauritius Spiritual Park by Vidya Jusrut - Part 2

      A interview with Paramacharya Palaniswami made at the Spiritual Park of the island of Mauritius. In Part 2 of His interview Paramacharya explains how beneficial it is to write to ...

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      Controlling Anger part 2

      In part two of his talk on anger, Bodhinatha refers back to a trip Gurudeva made to Malaysia in June 2000. Before Gurudeva left he was thinking positively about the ...

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      Mahasivaratri, 2003, Part 1, Meditation

      Mahasivaratri, Part 1 of 3Meditation and Mahasivaratri. Bodhinatha remarks how special Gurudeva's talk was which we played tonight, then goes on to give a wonderful upadesha about how the inner ...

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      Yagna and Puja

      Today Gurudeva explains the difference between yajna and puja, and then answers a question about how a Westerner can find a guru. He advises that one should first make a ...

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      Homa at Home

      A question from Klang, Malaysia comes in about whether or not a homa should be performed at home. Gurudeva answers that he is just leaving now, on his way to ...

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      How to Send a Prayer to the Devas

      Gurudeva explains the specifics of writing a prayer to the devas, which can be sent through the sacred homa fire at our Kadavul Hindu temple. He also reveals a little ...

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      Fire Worship; Lotus of the Heart

      Gurudeva briefly answers two questions today, one about fire worship and the other about the lotus of the heart described in Merging with Siva. ...

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      Fire Ceremony, The Blind

      A cyberspace cadet in North Carolina asks about having a priest in India perform a fire ceremony on his behalf. Gurdeva says it is important that he be there for ...

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      Anger and Worship

      In response to a question about the Agnihotra, Hindu fire ceremony, Gurudeva discusses the principle of not performing serious ritualistic worship after one has become angry. A 31-day cooling-off period ...