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The Bhagavata Purana, also known as the Srimad Bhagavatam, Srimad Bhagavata Mahapurana or simply Bhagavata, is one of Hinduism's eighteen great Puranas (Mahapuranas). Composed in Sanskrit and available in almost all Indian languages, it promotes bhakti (devotion) to Krishna. The Bhagavata Purana, as with other puranas that deal with various topics including astronomy, cosmology genealogy and legends, geography, music, dance, yoga and other cultures. The story begins with evil forces have prevailed in a battle between the benevolent devas (deities) and evil asuras (demons) and now rule the world. The truth is born as Krishna (also known as " Hari” and " Vasudeva in the text). He first is able to make peace with demons, after which he learns to understand them, and defeats them creatively, bringing back hope and justice, as well as freedom joy, peace, and liberty which is a common theme in many myths.
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Ghosts are everywhere. Yet, they are not found anywhere. Every culture believes that spirits can exist after death and travel to another realm. Ghosts are believed to be among the most paranormal phenomena. In fact, millions of people believe that ghosts may exist.
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The 12 Laws of Karma are a practical guide to living a full life. They offer a broad range of spiritual teachings and insights which will serve you well in all areas of life. This book is based on the Teaching of the Buddha, who said of the natural law of cause and effect that we "have done nothing, there is nothing of what we have done neither for our own-self nor for another, so nothing comes of it."
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The concept of reincarnation (also known as transmigration and metempsychosis in religion and philosophy) refers, among other things, to the rebirth by an aspect of an entity that continues after bodily death. It could be consciousness or mind, or some other entity. These existences can, depending upon the tradition be human or animal, spiritual, and sometimes even vegetable. While most South Asian and East Asian traditions believe in reincarnation, it is also common in other religions like Manichaeism, Manichaeism (e.g., the Greek Orphic mysteries or salvation, religion), and Gnosticism.
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Yoga and Tantra believe that Kundalini may be awakened when a guru (teacher) is present. However, both the body as well as spirit must be prepared for this feat by practicing yogic austerities like pranayama, breath control, visualization, visualization, and chanting. The path should be followed with openness.
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We've all been told about never judging people by their first appearance. This is what every true judge should say. These wise words are easy to say, but hard to change. You may think you can't change, but you can. You can change your thought process by turning yourself into an observer and not an actor.
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What happens to us when we die many shrug it off considering the question unanswerable the Vedic literature answers this profound question by outlining broad principles that shape the source journey after the body dies. It consists of three successive stages one the soul leaves the present body two your travels to the location of its next to body and three it enters the next body.
One the souls exit from the body:
Vedic wisdom explains the death actually occurs when the soul permanently leaves the gross material body at the time of death the soul normally exits from one of the nine holes in the body which of the virus referred to as the ninth gate to eyes the two years to nostrils the mouse and the two excretory organs The Brihadaranyaka Upanishad 4.4.1 to 2 describes the souls departure.
At the time of death the area of his heart becomes lit in by that light the soul departs either through the eye the head or through other apertures of the body and when he departs the planners or life fairs follow him to his next destination his knowledge and his deeds followed him as does his previous wisdom if not specific details of his former life.
So is that a spiritually evolved generally depart from one of the seven holes in the head where is Soul have yet to sufficiently evolve depart from one of the two other holes to point through which soul departs indicates it’s next destination. The soul depart through the holes in the head will continue on towards the hire more evolved realms of the universe whereas the souls who depart to the other holes are headed toward lower.
Two the souls journey to the next body:
When this whole set off on its journey to the next body it is given a transitional body that is gross than the subtle body and settlers and the gross equipped with this body at the Vedic literature calls “preta” the soul is taken by nature is arrangement to its next destination to saw often finds this journey painful because in its present condition it is highly susceptible to pain to help is the source pain the Vedic literatures Garuda Purana recommend that the relatives of the deceased person perform certain activities who is married cushions to solve onward journey.
Three parcels entry into the next body:
Shrimad Bhagavatam 3.31.1 a classic of the Vedic library outlines one of the typical Pathways by which the soul enters the body does souls me to enter into the room for woman through the particle of male semen to assume a particular type of body what determines our next body which body particular Saugus is determined by the broad principles that underlies the mechanism of reincarnation.
This is all after having thrown away the old are useless body makes them to himself newer and hopefully better bodies according to his previous actions ability and desires. The Bhagavat Gita 15.8 offers another metaphor to explain how this all fine it’s next destination just as the air carriers aromas the soul carries it’s different conceptions of life from one body to another and as we’ve already heard from the Bhagavad-Gita 2.22 the body is like a piece of clothing for the soul reincarnation is therefore something like taking all suit and putting on a new one just as what suit we where is usually determined by our taste in our budget for Soul new suit is determined by its desires its attachments in the karma it has acquired.
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A Jyotirlinga a shrine where Lord Shiva can be worshipped in the shape of fiery columns of light is known Lingam, also known as the Shiva Lingam or the phallus sign, is Lingam which means "radiance" and Jyoti which means "radiance". Jyotirlingam translates to "the radiant sign" of the Almighty. India is home to twelve Jyotirlinga Shrines. The 12 Jyotirlingas that are listed below are: Somnath of Gujarat, Mallikarjuna, Srisailam (Andhra Pradesh), Omkareshwar (Madhya Pradesh), Mahakaleswar at Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh), Kedarnath, Kedarnath, Kedarnath, Kedarnath, Kedarnath, at Pune in Maharashtra; Bhimashankar in Pune District in Tamil Nadu, Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu; and Grushneshwar from Ellora, near Aurangabad, at Ellora, near Aurangabad, at Ellora, in Maharashtra.
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Hinduism, the major world religion, is based in the Indian Subcontinent. It has many different systems and beliefs. Although the term Hinduism is relatively recent, having been invented by British writers during the first decade of the 19th-century, it refers to an extensive legacy of texts, practices, and texts that dates back at least to the 2nd millennium BCE. The Indus-valley civilization (3rd-2nd millennium BCE), was believed to have been the first source of these traditions. According to some scholars, Hinduism would be the oldest existing religion. The many sacred texts contained in Sanskrit or Vernacular languages acted as a medium for spreading the religion throughout the world. But ritual, the visual, and performing arts were also important in the spread of religion. From the 4th century CE, Hinduism was dominant in Southeast Asia. This presence would last over 1000 years.
In the 21stcentury, Hinduism had almost one billion worldwide followers and was the religion of approximately 80 percent of's people. Despite its worldwide reach, it can be best understood by its many distinct expressions.
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Do you want to know more information about Hinduism? Here are 25 interesting facts about Hinduism you probably didn't know before watching this!
To make it more fun, I would like to challenge you. How many of these Hinduism facts had you known before watching this video?
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What is wisdom? Simply put, wisdom is the clear seeing of things as they really are, without distortion, without a filter. Just like the abilities of nature, like observing the weather without a filter. Wisdom is the ability to disconnect from our current state of mind and understand things from a larger context and then relate back to our current state. That is wisdom. Quotes are guaranteed to change your life! They are designed to inspire and motivate you in a simple and effective way.
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Om Namah Shivay! It's not just a chant. It's a multiverse. This mantra can be traced back many thousands of centuries. It's difficult, in fact, to think of any more famous mantra than Om Namah Shivaya. This mantra returns over a great number of years and is the most significant form of devotion for the Shaivism group within Hinduism. Om Namah Shivay mantra You can use this passage to learn more about yourself and to give time to your inner self. The sound vibration of the mantra can be described as an extraordinarily pure expression of our deepest nature.
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Navratri is one of the oldest and widely observed Hindu festivity. The word Navaratri means nine nights in Sanskrit. Navaratri is a festival celebrated in many Hindu temples, in homes, and in the streets in India. The nine days of Navratri are dedicated to all nine forms of Goddess Shakti. The first day of Navaratri is sacred to Devi Skandamata, the Mother Goddess and the solar seity.