God is the Absolute, the Ultimate Reality. He is the First and the Last, the Most High. There is nothing like Him in the entire universe. He is all-powerful, all-knowing and all-good. He is the Source of all life. He is the Controller of the universe. He is the cause of all causes. He is the only Truth and the only Reality. He is the only God.
I have simply tried to share that aspect which is understood by this timid mind. Enjoy having acknowledged about this amazing fact. May be it would bring a concrete positive growth in your life after knowing this fact merely.
When it comes to achieving success in life, it’s important to tap into your inner potential. This inner potential is what will help drive you towards your goals and help you overcome any obstacles that stand in your way. — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/smita-s/message
Tell the condition of the believers to my Beloved friend (The Almighty). Tell Him that without him, using bed sheets is like a sickness and like living as being wrapped by snakes. The pitcher is a thorn for us and the glass is a dagger. The life without you is just like experiencing the deep pain when being butchered. Death bed with my Beloved (Almighty) is better than a body burning (living with vice), without Him.
God is the Absolute, the Ultimate Reality. He is the First and the Last, the Most High. There is nothing like Him in the entire universe. He is all-powerful, all-knowing and all-good. He is the Source of all life. He is the Controller of the universe. He is the cause of all causes. He is the only Truth and the only Reality. He is the only God. Let’s have the journey through deep prayers based narration, here in this podcast.
Goddess Kalika is Goddess Shakti. Adi Shakti is everything, she has different names and forms like Sati, Parvati, Gauri, Kaali, Durga, Bhavani, Shivani, Rudrani, Amba, Ambika, Annapurna etc. So that proves that Gods/Goddesses doesn’t have only one form like we human beings have. That means Gauri is Kaali. Mata Parvati is Gauri as well as Kaali. Dakshin Kalika is a further division of Maa Kaali. Just like Maa Durga has further more forms (9 forms, Navdurga) These all Divisions and Sub Divisions of Maa Adi Shakti.
Carrying the Seal of the Almighty is a struggle for many. The Seal is a physical representation of our connection to the divine, and it is often seen as a burden. It is something that we must constantly be aware of, and it can be difficult to keep it with us at all times. There are times when we feel like we can’t carry the weight of the world on our shoulders, and the Seal can feel like it is too much. But we must remember that the Seal is a reminder of our connection to the divine, and it is a source of strength and power. We must carry it with us always, and never give up.
There are many powerful transformations in human life, but one of the most significant is the transition from a mere creature to an extremely powerful & mighty big bang of cosmic energy. This change is often characterized by a growth in independence, self-awareness, and responsibility, to face any level of difficulties, no matter what.
As humans, we are constantly growing intellectually and learning. We are constantly expanding our horizons and discovering new things about ourselves. We are also growing more confident and independent.
As transformed cosmic entities, we are in charge of our own lives. We are the ones who are responsible for our own happiness and success. We are the ones who can make the impossible to possible, that affect our lives, in an unimaginably larger scale.
This newfound independence of all constraints of this mundane world is one of the most powerful transformations in human life.
In the eleventh chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna expounds on the nature of the soul, the path of yoga, and the importance of knowledge. He describes the soul as being immortal, infinite, and perfect. The path of yoga is the path of self-realization, and knowledge is the key to liberation. Krishna also explains the nature of the ego, and how it is the source of all suffering. Finally, he offers a prayer to the sun god, Surya, for the removal of ignorance and the granting of knowledge.
The eleventh chapter of the Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta, known as the Trikalpa Shrimad, is a pivotal moment in the book. It is the moment when the Pandavas realize that they must fight Kauravas even if it means their own deaths.
The Pandavas are in the forest, discussing their options. The idea of fighting the Kauravas is still a very dangerous proposition, but they have no other choice.
Tolerance is key to understanding The Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta. The Geeta is a sacred text of Hinduism, and it is important to remember that it is intended to be interpreted in a variety of ways. The Geeta is not a political document, and it does not advocate for one specific way of life over another. It is instead a guide to living a life of peace and harmony.
The Geeta stresses the importance of understanding and tolerance. It encourages its readers to be understanding of others, and to avoid thinking of others as inferior or wrong. The Geeta teaches that all people have the same innate desires and needs, and that we should treat those equally as if those are our own assets.
The facts discussed in the podcast episode are true game changers for any individual. So, explore those rarest facts and grow your life as big as possible.
Initially, I opened this podcast with a Devotional Song Of Goddess Mother Sherawali and then started the speech about my Blogger Posts. I, strongly hope that it would make you stay updated about my regular posts which I do through my website and at times my Blogger Profile as well. When I recorded this podcast, then few days ago, I had recovered from a long disease. So, it is also some what like an addressing to my digital friends.