Hari Om Tatsat

🌼Om Namah Narayanah🙏🏼🌼
🌼🌼Hari Om Tatsat🌼🌼
Lord Vishnu represents Love n light

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Adi Yogi Maha Shiv’s Stuti- Karpur Gauram


Karpur-Gauram Karunaavtaaram

Sansaar-Saaram Bhujagendrahaaram

Sadaa Vasantam Hridyaravinde

Bhavam Bhavaani Sahitam Namaami
– this is a beautiful prayer to AdiYogi Lord Shiva
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Meaning:
कर्पूरगौरं करुणावतारं
संसारसारम् भुजगेन्द्रहारम् ।
सदावसन्तं हृदयारविन्दे
भवं भवानीसहितं नमामि ॥
Karpuura-Gauram Karunna-Avataaram
Samsaara-Saaram Bhujage[a-I]ndra-Haaram |
Sadaa-Vasantam Hrdaya-Aravinde
Bhavam Bhavaanii-Sahitam Namaami ||
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Meaning:

1: Pure White like Camphor, an Incarnation of Compassion,
2: The Essence of Worldly Existence, Whose Garland is the King of Serpents,
3: Always Dwelling inside the Lotus of the Heart.
4: I Bow to Shiva and Shakti Together.

As quite few messaged, I may be putting a vocal version of this sometime 😊🙏

Absolute complete surrender – Hanuman to Ram

A perfect example for a surrendered devotee of Lord is Hanuman ji.

Lord Hanuman symbolically stands for pure devotion, complete surrender and absence of ego or the lower self. As the son of Vayu, symbolically he also stands for the subtle body consisting of the breath body, the mental body and the intelligence body. Here we explain Hanuman as the mental body in a human being.


The mind is fickle (like a monkey) and jumps from place to place, going after things, engaging itself in innumerable activities that disturb the peace of the place. The mind, like Hanuman can also travel where it wants to. It can fly in the air, cross the continents and the worlds in an instant with the speed of thought and reach any one and anything it wants to mentally.

It can also expand or contracts itself at will (again like Hanuman). So long as it remains under the control of pure animal passions and the activities of the sense, it remains unstable and mischievous, causing a lot of the disturbance in the world of the individual.

But once it surrenders to the inner self and becomes devoted to it completely and unconditionally, it assumes miraculous powers and performs stupendous feats like Hanuman, working for the divine cause helping the lower self (Sita) and the Soul (Rama)   to come together and become united.

By killing all the evil thoughts with its determination, it also lays a firm foundation for the kingdom of God (Ramarajya) to become established in the body. Hanuman is thus symbolically the mind principle ever absorbed in the contemplation of God and totally surrendered to Him.

But this is not the only interpretation available for Hanuman. As “Hanuman”, he is the one without any doubt (anuman) as to the existence of Rama (God). As anjaniputra, he is the one who comes accidentally into this world, but by his efforts ascends to the greater heights of spiritual evolution.

 As Vayuputra he is the breath body in us and can help the lower self (Sita) that is lost to ignorance to reunite with its true companion, the inner soul (Rama). As Veeranjaneya, he is the source of courage and confidence for many a timid heart.

As Bhajarangbali, he is strong in both devotion and physical strength. He is an ocean of virtues and friend of the pure hearted. He loves the ascetic qualities in man because only those who are detached and mentally free from the luxuries of life and desires of their bodies can truly concentrate on the divine and attain Him.

Hanuman is regarded as the Superman, the perfect man, the knowledge body (gnana guna sagara) in man, the immortal man (chiranjeevi) and also the animal man (va+nara).

Bhakti~ sochu tujhe to hai subaah sochu tujhe toh shaam hai

Ultimate devotion~ Bhakti ❤
Lord Krishna and Meera

‎”Life always flows in search of joy and the highest joy is in the Divine.
 We must always aim to attain the Divine. If you aim for the highest, your smaller desires will come to you (be fulfilled) anyway. 

If there is thirst you will get water. If there is no thirst, one would not bother about water. Similarly, there should be a thirst within us to attain the Divine, to know the highest truth, to know what life is, to know who we are.” Sri Sri.

~~~ kya hum hain kya rab hai jahan tu hai wahin sab hai  ~~~

♥ ~* ~ sochu tujhe to hai subaah sochu tujhe toh shaam hai…

haan manjilon pe ab toh meri ek hi tera naam hai…

teri aag meri jalti koyle se Mira banake…

khwaabo se aagey chal ke hai tujhe bataana…

tere vaaste mera ishq sufiyana… mera ishq sufiyana… :):) ~* ~ ♥