Vedic Mantra practice of Mahamrityumjaya Havan and Kirtan WEEKLY.
5pm chai, 5:30pm Havan, finishing 8pm.
Attendance by donation.
This practice evokes profound powers to transform and heal, as Mrityumjay is another name of Hindu Lord Shiva - the greatest father of Yoga. Mahamrityunjaya (healing mantras from Krishna Yajur Veda) are chanted for the Sankalpa (resolution) of peace, plenty and prosperity, health and happiness for all people and the environment. The Mahamrityunjaya mantra is a potent combination of sounds that, if repeated with faith, dedication and perseverance over a period of time, leads, not only to victory over the fear of death, but eventually to victory over death itself or Moksha (liberation).
The healing practice is deeply transformative, can be directed towards self, others or sent out into the open space.
"There are many benefits of worship; it purifies the heart and fills it with pure love for the Lord. It turns the mind inward and allows us to look at ourselves honestly. It steadies the mind inward and develops effortless concentration. It destroys evil qualities such as anger, lust, jealousy, hatred, egoism and greed. It fills the heart with the divine virtues of honesty, understanding, forgiveness and cheerfulness. It slowly changes man into a divine being, like a holy saint. In the end it leads to union with the Lord, which is the goal of human life.
Through regular worship we gradually feel a stronger and stronger love for God. We become in tune with the divine will of the Lord, which grants us peace, prosperity and protection in our daily lives.
- Swami Sivananda"
128 Middle Pocket Rd, Middle Pocket (5 mins off Pacific Hwy through Billinudgel).
Go through Billinudgel town until you reach the T intersection. Turn right onto the Pocket Rd. Follow for 4 mins (about 3 creek crosses) and look out for Middle Pocket Rd on your right. 128 is on the right side of the rd clearly marked on a tall fence. About 1 minute after the turn.
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