Divine Love invocation with Radha mantra

rādhārānī ki jai, mahārānī ki jai Radha is considered a metaphor for soul, her longing for Krishna theologically seen as a symbolism for the longing for spirituality and the divine. Radha (IAST: Rādhā), also called Radhika, Radharani, and Radhe, is a Hindu goddess popular in the Vaishnavismtradition. She is a milkmaid (gopi), the lover of the Hindu god Krishna in the medieval era texts. She is also a part of Shaktism – the Hindu goddess tradition, and considered an avatar of Lakshmi. ~ Wikipedia Flowing through the heart of the bamboo The reed and the player become one Singing This in-separable...

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Sparks of Gratitude

The morning was crystal clear at sunrise. Gentle sunshine illuminated the garden into glowing shades. Jewel-liked dew drops on the grass sparkled in the dancing light while the birds were chirping. Blessed moment and space for Pranayam! Each breath was vivid with pleasant smooth sensation and texture. The in-breath brought in cool freshness that spread inside the chest and awakened the whole body into ecstatic rapture, vibrating field of gratitude and joy. How beautifully simple this is! Thankful for the morning and this breath.    

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Inner Blossoming Meditation

Inner Blossoming Meditation by Areeradh K Tri-siddha This visualisation and breath awareness meditation create instant sense of brightness and positivity. This meditation helps us cultivate inner beauty, self-love and balance within. It is recommended to do when you have a space and time for moments of stillness or slowing down. Morning time is the best time for this meditation. Do this meditation for at least 5 min each practice. How to Slow down or come into stillness in sitting or standing position. Balance your posture. Take a few deep gentle breaths. And as you inhale imagine filling up the belly,...

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