Do you know that you can download anything using an awakened third eye initiated by an enlightened Guru?
See, the Third Eye is a natural superpower available to every human being. Beyond the two eyes, we have a third possibility, with which we can perceive the whole Cosmos. Third Eye is located at the point between your eyebrows and nose. It is known as an intra-organ – the intra organs are like a bridge between consciousness and internal organs.
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Do you enjoy the power of holding wealth or the joy of spending and circulating it?
I tell you frankly, wealth is such an awareness game! Shifting from hoarding wealth to circulating wealth is one of the biggest lessons that I’ve learned about the secrets of wealth creation from Vedic tradition. Essentially, there are two types of attitude towards wealth: 1) Kubera and 2) Lakshmi. Kubera is the deity who is famous for hoarding wealth, all his life he collects and collects; and never thinks of spending the wealth. Like many of us, he carries a kind of neurotic obsession with hoarding inordinate amount of wealth that he is never ever going to spend it. Kubera is the one who enjoys the subtle power that holding wealth can bring, but in the end he neither enjoys the wealth nor allow others to enjoy it. Singapore has been known as the land of Kubera, this is the way I was taught by society – to hoard my wealth due to my insecurity.
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I love reading some of these true experiences of the saints and enlightened beings as they are so inspiring! Here are 3 beautiful accounts of how one’s sincerity can literally move God!
Story of Ramanuja and his Lord Vishnu deity.
This is an interesting happening in Ramanuja acharya’s life, a south Indian philosopher who helped to consolidate the Visistadvaita Vedanta (qualified non-dualism) School of Hindu philosophy and is renowned as a saint by the Sri Vaisnava branch of Hinduism. According to Hindu legend, his parents prayed for a son, and it is said that the Hindu god, Lord Vishnu incarnated himself as Ramanuja. As a child, Ramanuja demonstrated an aptitude for philosophy.
One day, one of the Mughal Kings had come to Ramanuja’s small village and had completely pillaged everything in it, including Ramanuja’s favourite deity of Lord Vishnu. Ramanuja went to the Mughal King and managed to convince him to give it back to his deity. The Mughal King agreed and took him to a vast storage area where hundreds and hundreds of deities were stored. Ramanuja just called out “Chellai Pillai” (meaning ‘Come back, My Beloved’ in Tamil) and immediately his beloved deity of Lord Vishnu came into his arms from the piles of deities in the storeroom.
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