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Om Ganeshyah Namah

Om Ganeshyah Namah

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OM GANESHYAH NAMAH

Unraveling the mysteries of Ganesha
There are three main pillars that have held Hinduism high, century after century: the satgurus, the temples and the scriptures. Together they echo the greatness of Ganesha, the Lord of Dharma, and son of Shiva.

Once a psychic connection is made with Ganesha - the Deity that manifests in several forms, including the elephant-headed Lord of Categories and Remover of Obstacles - one is brought slowly into the mysteries of the Sanatana Dharma. Such an inner connection, which can be as subtle as a feeling, as tenuous as a dream or as bold as a personal visit, is also an entering into one’s own muladhara chakra, governed by the planet Mercury, for every opening into a new chakra is also an introduction to the Deity who governs that state of consciousness and the planet to which that chakra is connected.

As the spiritual aspirant is lifted up from fear and confusion into conscious awareness of right thought, right speech and right action, the muladhara chakra becomes activated. It is then that the seeker, with heart filled with love, encounters the holy feet of Lord Ganesha.

Vakratunda Mahakaya Surya Koti Samaprabha
Nirvighnam Kurumedeva Sarvakaryeshu Sarvada

‘O Lord Ganesha of Large Body, Curved Trunk, With the Brilliance of a Million Suns, Please Make all my Work Free of Obstacles, Always!’

The intellect of a man unengaged in spiritual search is unable to understand what the ultimate Truth is, what is the ultimate Reality. The moon is the deity which governs the human mind. The moon laughing at Ganapati riding his rat reminds us the ignorant person who mocks spiritual seeker’s efforts to reach the Truth.
OM GANESHYAH NAMAH

Unraveling the mysteries of Ganesha
There are three main pillars that have held Hinduism high, century after century: the satgurus, the temples and the scriptures. Together they echo the greatness of Ganesha, the Lord of Dharma, and son of Shiva.

Once a psychic connection is made with Ganesha - the Deity that manifests in several forms, including the elephant-headed Lord of Categories and Remover of Obstacles - one is brought slowly into the mysteries of the Sanatana Dharma. Such an inner connection, which can be as subtle as a feeling, as tenuous as a dream or as bold as a personal visit, is also an entering into one’s own muladhara chakra, governed by the planet Mercury, for every opening into a new chakra is also an introduction to the Deity who governs that state of consciousness and the planet to which that chakra is connected.

As the spiritual aspirant is lifted up from fear and confusion into conscious awareness of right thought, right speech and right action, the muladhara chakra becomes activated. It is then that the seeker, with heart filled with love, encounters the holy feet of Lord Ganesha.

Vakratunda Mahakaya Surya Koti Samaprabha
Nirvighnam Kurumedeva Sarvakaryeshu Sarvada

‘O Lord Ganesha of Large Body, Curved Trunk, With the Brilliance of a Million Suns, Please Make all my Work Free of Obstacles, Always!’

The intellect of a man unengaged in spiritual search is unable to understand what the ultimate Truth is, what is the ultimate Reality. The moon is the deity which governs the human mind. The moon laughing at Ganapati riding his rat reminds us the ignorant person who mocks spiritual seeker’s efforts to reach the Truth.

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