Annadhānam

Adi Moola Ganapathi uvaacha: Annadhānam or bhiksha or the act of giving alms or food has generally been spoken about in superlative terms by celestial hierarchy, devatas, Rishis, Seers and Yogis. It is considered to be the greatest form of charity or dhānam.   Gaja turaga Sahasram, Gokulam koti danam, Kanaka Rajatha patram Methini sagarantham, Upaya kula vishuttam, Koti... Continue Reading →

Mantra sadhana

Adi Moola Ganapathi uvaacha: The importance and value to every ritual, sadhana, anustana, practice, yāga, yagna, dhāna, dharma, japa, mantra japa, dhyāna, jnāna, yoga, Vedaopasana, Nadopasana, mantra sadhana, thapas and every other methodology prescribed in the scriptures and by the myriad forms of the Supreme Self is to reveal the origin of existence namely the Supreme Self... Continue Reading →

Avyakta beeja or seed

Adi Moola Ganapathi uvaacha: The upadesh of Maha Vakyas has been extolled in  Shukarahasyopanishad, called as the crown of the Upanishads. Generally, it has been an important discipline followed by Jeevanmuktas and Jnanis and seen in the biography of Sadguru Seshadri Swamigal of Thiruvannamalai.   In the Shukarahasyopanishad, Lord Shiva gives the upadesh of the Maha Vakyas to Shree Shuka Paramarshi as a beautiful composition worthy... Continue Reading →

Maha Vakyas

Adi Moola Ganapathi uvaacha: Vedas are said to be anadhi or endless, without beginning and infinite. Vedas are self-luminous aksharas or letters that have their origin in Aksharam or Imperishable or the Supreme Self. Vedas are Avyakta or Unmanifest but appear Vyakta or Manifest. Vedas are timeless yet appear to be bound to Time.   Vedas are self-luminous aksharas... Continue Reading →

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