Rudrakshas and its planets

Sun -Eka mukhi (Single face rudraksh) https://arunsyoga.in/product/eka-mukhi-rudraksh/ Moon -Dwi mukhi (Two face rudraksh) Ruling planet:Moon https://arunsyoga.in/product/dimukhi-rudraksh-two-faced-rudraksh/ Mars- Three face rudraksha Ruling planet Mars Buy from here https://arunsyoga.in/product/three-face-rudraksh/ Mercury- Four face rudraksha Ruling planet : Jupitar Buy from here https://arunsyoga.in/product/four-face-rudraksh/ Jupitar face rudraksha https://arunsyoga.in/product/five-faced-rudraksh/ Venus -Six face rudraksha Ruling planet:Venus Buy from here https://arunsyoga.in/product/six-faced-rudraksh/ Saturn -Seven […]

Sathwa Guna One of the ThriGuna No-3

Sattva manifests itself as purity, knowledge, and harmony. It is the quality of goodness, joy, satisfaction, nobility, and contentment. It is free of fear, violence, wrath, and malice. Sattvic quality is pure and forgiving. It is the guna that people want to increase in order to reach the state of Samadhi or Liberation. Increasing sattva […]

Thamo Guna One of the ThriGuna No-2

Tamas manifests itself as impurity, laziness, and darkness. It is the consequence of ignorance and it prevents all beings from seeing reality. In order to decrease the tamasic elements in your mind and body, avoid eating tamasic foods (eg. alcohol, meat, processed food), indulging (eg. overeating, oversleeping, etc). Definition of the Guna Tamas by example […]

Rajo Guna One of the ThriGuna No-1

Rajas represent itself by passion, action, energy, and motion. Rajas are characterized by a feeling of attachment, a longing for satisfaction and desire.  If you want to decrease the level of rajas, avoid consuming rajasic foods like fried and spicy food and stimulants such as caffeine. The rajo guna is the force of life if […]

Air(Vayu) One of the Panchabhootha No -4

The fourth element is Air or Vayu. Again it has two levels as earth and water i.e.eternal atom and perishable Karya. One can feel the air, as we breathe in or out. We feel the storm or strong breeze which is temporary but air at the atomic level remains around us eternally. In the Purana, there is a mention of 49 […]

Fire(Agni) One of the Panchabhootha No -3

Fire or Agni is the third element of Indian Panchabhuta. Again it has eternal and perishable elements as we have seen above. The essential character of Fire is to generate heat. According to Hindu Mythology, Agni is one of the Eight guardians who guards our universe and is known as Asta- dik-palakas (Asta-eight, dik–Zone, Palaka-Guardian). The Fire is posited in the South East of […]

Water (Jal)One of the Panchabhootha No -2

Water or Jal is the second element which again has two characters as in the Earth i.e. eternal in the shape of the atom and Karya (Work) be it as a river, pond or sea are perishable. As from sea or river water evaporates to be in the sky as a cloud then again in the shape of rain it […]

Earth(Prithvi) One of the Panchabhootha No -1

Earth In Puranas it is also the symbolized by the goddess Seetha she was the daughter of earth. and the wife of Rama And mother of two kids lava and Kusa. In Puranas, she went back to mother earth after a lot of struggle. One can touch the earth and smell it too! However, there […]

Neautral – The absolute or The brahman

This gender is neither men nor women but doesn’t mean that it is the mixture both. It’s not both. The middle of arthanarishwara Don’t get confused with artha narishwara this is nor arthanarishwara as well this has no feminine or masculine quality. Brahman is called a Kavi, a term whose literal meaning is a poet. […]

Shakthi – The feminine force of creativity

While shiva gives bija Shakthi grows it that is the reason Shakthi is worshipped as the creative side of existence. Without shakthi there is no creation is possible. Even the soundaraya lahari the book of tantra starts with this concept without Shakthi even the shiva cant do anything. The qualities of a godess Abundance and […]