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WHAT IS AURA?

In the temporary use of language there is the word "Aura", but the meaning can be quite different. For many people, the Aura is only the radiance of human beings. For scientists, it is a concrete, existing energy field that surround living creatures. The Aura is formed by subtle color radiances which surround the body of a human being. These radiances can be perceived by a psychic. Each color signifies a certain vibration which has different meanings.

The Aura, which is connected with the activity of the chakra (Sanskrit for "energy wheel"), reflects the individual state of consciousness. In that case, the colors of the Aura give us information about the quality of consciousness, as well as one's emotions, thoughts, abilities and the vital energies of a person, place or a thing.

KRISH VEDIC AURA SCANNER- KVAS

The KRISH VEDIC Aura Scanner is provided with PSB to produce a particular frequency, which is energized withninevolts battery with built in sensors. The whole instrument is mounted on L-shaped structure (but it is not a conventional L-rod maintaining that ratio), moving on a set of bearings held in both hands as shown in the figure. There is a yoke having four poles at the edge of the instrument. There is a space provided for sample box, which can be inserted into the instrument. This gadget can measure and quantify the aura energy of solids, liquids, gases, instantly then and there inK scale(measured in FEETS represented as K) after switching on the instrument. Since this instrument is giving enough information related to energy. Many organizations and learned people have come forward and owned it for their use or procured for validation studies.

This KRISH VEDIC AURA scanner is especially effective in diagnosing a person’s problem and scan the aura. It involves a pair of L-Shaped instruments which are to be held together upright. Switch on the instrument and put a particular sample. Each person has an aura and every one’s aura has 7 basic colours. Each human body has 7 main chakras or energy centres in the body. By using this device, we can identify which colour is depleted how much in a person’s body. If any colour is depleted more than 50 percent in the body that means the person is moving towards a serious sickness and also implies an urgent treatment should be undertaken. This scanner is a scientific instrument and guarantee 100% accurate results which clears out any doubt that the healer/practitioner may have otherwise. Whenever the diagnosis is 100%, the therapy becomes easy for the therapist. The aura kit includes Colour samples, Chakra samples, samples for negative and positive energy, Geopathic stress sample, 9 Planets samples, Vastu samples, Samples for checking ghost energies, allergies and compatibility.

KRISH VEDIC AURA SCANNER is capable of taking your practice to the next level if are already working in the field of Vastu, Reiki, Astrology, Chakra Healing, Colour therapy, Pranik Healing, Energy Clearings or Homeopathy or Ayurvedic medicine.

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Buddh Purnima-Full Moon Meditation - 21st May 2016

Buddh Purnima-Full Moon - 21st May 2016 The most important of all the Buddhist festivals, Buddha Purnima is considered the most auspicious of all the days in the year. The festival commemorates the Buddha's enlightenment and death. It being a beautiful full moon, is a wonderful time to cleanse your energies and meditate. Poonam Sharma will be sitting in Meditation at 9pm. Try to meditate at the same time to connect and reap the benefits. If you are into a healing practice, it would be best to let your crystals/tarot cards/oracle cards soak the moonlight and cleansed. Once again the energy of the moon creates subtle influence in our life’s journey. The following is our interpretation of the full moon energies but feel free to look internally to what these energies mean to you and how they affect you specifically. Full moon is a time of reflection. Here's how you can meditate and make the best of this full moon If at all possible find an area to stand or sit barefoot upon the earth. Close your eyes or keep them softly focused and feel the moon beams bathing you in cleansing and purifying energy. If you are in the sunlight then go into your bed room make a clean and comfortable spot imagining the moon. You can also charge a bath with Epsom salts and calming herbs like sage and lavender. Breathe deeply. Feeling your lungs and diaphragm expand to it’s maximum capacity. Pause for a few seconds and slowly exhale imagining the diaphragm as “up flying” or pulling the diaphragm (your belly button) towards the spine. Imagine your inhale and exhale creating a figure eight or infinity symbol. Imagine all areas of the body releasing tension starting from the feet going all the way up to the muscle of the face. Let go of all muscle tension. Surrender. Inhale, imagine roots from the legs or the base of the spine diving down into the earth. Guide this energy up towards the very top of the head or the crown. Imagine a white lotus flower on the very top of your head and through this blossoming lotus flower white glowing pure light is pouring into your body. Covering like a blanket of snow all of the body seeping into each pore. Cleansing your inner being. Feel comfortable bliss. Now dive down in the earth as exhale. Letting go of anything that no longer serves you. Anxiousness-Anger-Sadness. Imagining the white light again drawing it from the earths core through you, up each energy center through your body and penetrating into the universes and endless stars. Imagine bliss, peace and love showering again back down on the earth. That energy returning to you as cool, soft, angel white light wings surrounding you. Placing your hands in prayer, lifting your hands to third eye center and bowing. We end by letting our hands come back down to heart center.

Holi & It's Significance!

Holi, known as the ‘festival of colors’ is celebrated on the full moon day falling in the month of Phalguna (Feb-Mar). Various colors and water are thrown on each other, amidst loud music, drums etc to celebrate Holi. Like many other festivals in India, Holi also signifies a victory of good over evil. As per ancient mythology, there is a legend of King Hiranyakashipu with who Holi is associated.

In the Braj region of India, where the Hindu deity Krishna grew up, the festival is celebrated for 16 days (until Rangpanchmi) in commemoration of the divine love of Radha for Krishna. The festivities officially usher in spring, with Holi celebrated as a festival of love.There is a symbolic myth behind commemorating Krishna as well. As a baby, Krishna developed his characteristic dark blue skin colour because the she-demon Putana poisoned him with her breast milk.In his youth, Krishna despaired whether the fair-skinned Radha and other girls would like him because of his skin colour. His mother, tired of the desperation, asks him to approach Radha and colour her face in any colour he wanted. This he does, and Radha and Krishna became a couple. Ever since, the playful colouring of Radha's face has been commemorated as Holi.Beyond India, these legends to explain the significance of Holi (Phagwah) are common in some Caribbean and South American communities of Indian origin such as Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago. It is also celebrated with great fervour in Mauritius.

The Holi festival has further cultural significance. It is the festive day to end and rid oneself of past errors, to end conflicts by meeting others, a day to forget and forgive. People pay or forgive debts, as well as deal anew with those in their lives. Holi also marks the start of spring, and for many the start of the new year.

Significance and Meaning of Rama Mantram

Sri Rama Rama Rameti Rame Raame Manorame;

Sahasra nama tattulyam Rama nama varanane!

’The above Sloka is Lord Shiva's reply to Goddess Parvathi's question as to which mantra  can be easily  recited and its effect equivalent to Sahasranama. Lord Shiva's reply was Rama Mantram.

Rama sound is formed from 2 Beejaksharas (the seed syllables) Ra and Ma. "Beejakshara" means the seed syllable which stores that, which is indestructible. Akshara means that which is indestructible.The Beejaksharam "Ra" is from the Ashtakshari Mantra: "Om Namo Narayanaya" and Beejaksharam "Ma" from Panchakshari mantra "Om Namah Shivaya

"Beejaksharam is the jeevan or life force of a mantra and if we remove that then that mantra becomes useless.From Narayanaya mantra if we remove Beejaksharam "Ra" sound then it will become Na ayanaya which means not good for chanting ,moksha etc.Same applies while removing Beejaksharam "Ma" from Namah. Namah Shivaya mantra becomes Na Shivaya which means not good for  Prosperity (Mangalam)The word Shiva means  prosperity which however is achieved only when liberation is attained from all bondage. When Ra is removed Knowledge (Jñānam) is lost and when Ma is removed Prosperity is lost.The Beejaksharams Ra and Ma together form RAMA and Rama sound represents Knowledge and  Prosperity.

By continuous chanting of the mantra, the mantra shareeram purifies the life force to the extent that it can easily merge in the universal being. This is the science behind the daily Japam.This shows the truth embedded in Beejaksharam and it's impact on chanting the mantras.The end result will be the confluence of Life force (Jeeva Shakti) and favorite deity (Ishta Devatha ) based on the mantra chanted.Rama Mantra when chanted together at home with family brings prosperity and harmony.

Poonam Sharma

I celebrate the love, the spirit and the unbound force in you! Remember, you are not here by accident or intrigue or even exploration. It’s a meeting scheduled in the divine scheme of things. You might think you view these words in your quest to heal your hurt but know that you are the healer, the master.

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