Immerse Yourself in Power of Om Namah Shivay – I Bow to the Highest form of Spirit
Om Namah Shivay – the most miraculous mantra is the most ancient Hindu mantra. It comes from the Rig Veda. The Vedic collection of sacred hymns. This mantra is a salutation to the divine force of life. It focuses the mind, aids the body in letting go of stress and beings to open our awareness to who we truly are. We should utilize this human body to the fullest extent and for the very purpose for which it is extended.
In today’s world this will be hard to believe that there exists a very simple person on earth, whose mere touch excretes the troubles and chronic diseases from life; and that simple person is our beloved Guru ji, who believes that by Sewa and Bhakti a lot of hurdles can be put to an end. According to Him, one cannot merely sit at home and worship God, as there are many responsibilities which call upon a person. Though every house has a temple (Mandir) at home, still we go to temple outside or visit shrines (Like Char Dhams, Vaisno Devi and so on), for pure fragrance that we usually do not get at home. On the other hand, this fragrance can very easily be felt at our Aashram where thousands of people sit together and chant om Namah Shivaywith full concentration and devotion that takes them to the state of highest felicitation. Even the person who does not wishes to speak, or is ill, if only hears the group chanting, gets purified.
This organization has completed 30 years of golden era under the divine blessings of our Guru ji. Our respected Guru ji was born on 10th of August, 1958 at Kotwa Kote, Dhokri estates in Allahabad. His father’s name was Late Lal Mahendra Pratap Singh and His mother’s name is Smt. Lal Moti Devi. Coming from a prestigious family of highly learned people, our Guru ji left all the luxurious comforts of His life, giving the topmost priority to Jan-Kalyan (Welfare of the Mankind). In fact He dedicated His whole life to the ‘Jan-Kalyan‘. He leads a very simple down to earth lifestyle, listens to each and every one (who comes to Him) and nurtures them with His positive aura. He says that there are 24 hours in a day out of which we generally spend eight hours in sleeping, eight hours in office/work, two hours to children, two hours to spouse, two hours to yourself and the rest two hours in miscellaneous activities, instead we should give these last two hours to the welfare of the mankind (Sewa) because in the end this soul will get merge in the divine power God. As it is in the end all our actions will be judged by almighty. We all have to confront Him one day with all our records of deeds. Considering our deeds, we will be rewarded by God.
Besides, the two most important organs in human body are heart and mind if both are used in accordance, we can help others that will give us fruitful results. Even if you are feeding (once in your lifetime) one person, you will be rewarded by God but if you hurt anyone (even unknowingly). It will accumulate and slowly gradually lead to some or the other problem.