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Welcome:

This is the recording of our Vedic Astrology Club call which occurred on Saturday June 7, 2014. Thank you to all the participants and to Rani and Bhairavi, our guest speakers.

 

Sri Yantra

 

Call Recording: Sri Yantra and Lakshmi/Kubera Yantra and Discussion

Lakshmi’s Shri Yantra & Lakshmi/Kubera Yantra

Shri Yantra refers to sacred instrument. This yantra is formed by 9 interlocking triangles surrounding or radiating out from a central point or bindu which represents the point between the physical universe and its invisible, unmanifest source. There are 4 isosceles triangles with the apices pointing upward representing Siva or the Masculine energy, and 5 isosceles triangles pointing downward representing the Female Creative Energy, or Shakti.

Thus the Shri Yantra also represents the union of the Divine Masculine and Feminine (Siva/Shakti). The bindu is the power point in the middle and focal point for meditation representing the invisible, the elusive center from which the figure and the cosmos expand. The 9 intersecting triangles are enclosed by two rows of 8 and 16 petals respectively, representing the Lotus of Creation and the reproductive vital force. The broken lines of the outer frame denote the figure to be a sanctuary with 4 openings to the regions of the universe.

Together the 9 triangles are interlaced to form 43 smaller triangles in a web symbolic of the entire cosmos or the cosmic womb of creation. All together they express Advaitya or Non-duality. This is surrounded by Lotuses with 8 and 16 petals within an earth square resembling a temple with 4 doors. The Devi Khadgamala is the mantra that describes the various deities residing in the 9 layers. The Shri Yantra is the main object of devotion in Sri Vidya, a Hindu Tantric practice.

The aims for worship of this yantra are for both Material Prosperity and Self-Realization

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A Lakshmi / Kubera Yantra brings luck and luxury, money and prosperity. Lord Kubera and Lakshmi symbolize material wealth and riches, and bring you ‘Blessings’ when you worship them. It can get rid of misfortunes and bring you monetary gains. Having the yantra in your home will bring ‘Blessings’ to the house. The money can come from unexpected places.

A yantra is a conductor of energy and the Astroved yantras have been energized by priests in India by giving offerings and mantras during special fire labs.

To work with your yantra, Astroved recommends that:

1) You take a shower and put on clean clothes

2) Place the yantra facing East or North

3) Don’t let others touch the yantra so that you can connect with its special energy

4) Periodically wash with Rose water and milk, rinse with water and pat dry. Venus Hora or at midnight on Fridays would be the best times. Pouring liquids over the yantra will cause it to change color. That makes it even stronger.

5) Place dots of sandalwood paste on the 4 corners and in the center. (Mix a small amount of water with Sandalwood powder to make the paste._

6) Light a candle or ghee lamp, burn Astroved Venus/Friday Incense, and offer it fruit and flowers.

7) Chant Om Shreem Lakshmi Kuberaya Namaha 108 x’s and make a Prayer. Be open to Miracles coming into your life.

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Jupiter Transit into Cancer ~ Watch replay of Google Hangout with Dr. Pillai: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r53MmM7iU3o&list=UULzw8opUlMnSA2TQfj34K9w

Website mentioned on call:

Suggestion: create a free account at AstroVed and run your own Vedic Birth Chart via the Reports Section and follow along with suggestions in the club session. See previous Vedic Astrology Club recordings for how to run this Report. Please email questions to Valli at valli@pillaicenter.com See information for our call next Saturday on the Events page.

 

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Welcome:

This is the recording of our Vedic Astrology Club call which occurred on Saturday May 31, 2014. Thank you to all the participants and to Rani and Bhairavi, our guest speakers.

Sundara Maha Lakshmi

Call Recording: Maha Lakshmi and Jupiter Transit into Cancer in June

Mytho-therapy:

Sundara Maha Lakshmi

Sri Sundara Maha Lakshmi and her Consort Kamala Varadaraja at Arasar Koil Temple close to Chennai was revealed by Satguru Venkataraman Siddha Revelations from Agasthiar.Org. in the 2005-2006 time. This was a dilapidated, neglected temple until then.

Here she is seated in Padmasana and sporting 6 toes on her right foot. Why 6? Six is the number of Venus (Shukra), and she is his Divine Controller. Shukra himself worships here every Friday without fail. What form he assumes is beyond human comprehension. This includes a boon to anyone who might desire the ‘Blessings’ of Shukra and Maha Lakshmi.  The six toes represent that She has the power to control Shukra’s ability to give prosperity.

Prosperity is not just a million dollars in your bank account. A truly prosperous human is one who is ‘Blessed with 64 Aishwaryas or 64 forms of wealth, well- being, and prosperity, each controlled by a different form of Lakshmi Devis. Sri Sundara MahaLakshmi is the root of all of these 64 Lakshmi Devis and if you wish to attain all 64 Aishwaryas, you need to worship her at this temple, so say the Siddhas.

You can recite 24 of her names as mantra pooja. (At www.Agasthiar.org/NKN-2006/08-04.htm website, on Maha Lakshmi’s page, scroll down a little more than 1⁄2 way and these mantras are listed in a blue/green rectangle with an audio to chant along with and or listen to. These are given in 3 forms (Sanskrit, Tamil, English) and you can select which ever appeals to, or feels most comfortable for you.)

This is a perfect shrine for worshipping the Nine Planets (Navagrahas), as they and their consorts worshipped Maha Lakshmi at this shrine in 9 of her different forms. It is highly auspiscious to worship her on Vara Lakshmi Vrata (Boon-giving Lakshmi)(on the 2nd Fridays, Aadi Fridays ( July 15th through August 15th, during Shukra Hora.

Mother Sundara Maha Lakshmi will ‘Bless’ one and all with solutions to their money problems, like poverty, debts, losses in property, courtcases, and other litigation problems.
Also do Tarpanam for your ancestors on the banks of the nearbyPaalar River.

Arasarkoil is Adi Kanchi Keshetra – an ancient sacred site. The doorway to the temple is designed by the celestial architect, Mayan.

~ Vaidya Shakti Garuda is ‘The Divine Healer’ located in front of themain shrine. Maha Lakshmi gave the ‘Svarna Poorna Akshaya Paatra’, The Divine Vessel to Garuda.
~ Hanuman who Helps in Times of Danger is in front of the temple proper.
~ Sri Akshaya Paatra Vinayaka Ganesh, ‘The wealth giving Ganesha’ or Lakshmi Ganapati, is located in front of Maha Lakshmi’s Shrine.
~ Gayatri Vaastu Mandapam Hall is in front of the Lord’s shrine. It contains 24 Gayatri Vaastu Beejakshara Shakti Pillars which are part of the Gayatri Vaastu Hall. These pillars are residences of Siddhas,Rishis, and Divine Beings.

The main sanctum contains Lord Kamala Varadaraja Perumal along with Mother’s Sri Devi and Bhoo Devi. He holds the ‘Swarna Sri Kamala Lotus’ (Golden Lotus) in his hand and the great statement:
‘All that happens is Narayana’s doing’ originated here. Lord KamalaVaradaraja dwells inside his devotees.

~ Mother Sundara Maha Lakshmi is seated in Padmasana Lotus posture in her own sanctum. Mother Sundara Maha Lakshmi is the Mother of all wealth and all treasure. This form of the Mother is Adi Moola Lakshmi – the root form of all Lakshmi Avatars. Sundara Maha Lakshmi brims with millions of Kubera Shaktis, Aishwaraya Shaktis, Shukra Shaktis, treasure Shaktis, and prosperity Shaktis. This is the Dhana Lakshmi (Wealth Lakshmi) Avatar Temple. This is a ‘Sri Sookta Dhana Vriddhi’ – Wealth Enhancing Temple. This is a Kubera Sampath Shakti Temple. This Temple is the Adi Moola Lakshmi Peetam, the seat of all wealth with Shaktis of 64 special Lakshmi Avatars. This is the Maha Sri Shakti Temple. This Temple is the cornucopia of all Aishwaya Prosperity Shaktis of the world. This is a Sarva Karya Siddhi Temple – one that helps you to achieve that which you want to achieve.

~ Gaja (Elephant) Pujas
~ Shukra (Vensu) Shakti – Fire ceremony area~ A haven for Music
~ An ideal place for discharging debts to the Rishis, Devas, and Pitris.
~ Special Times for worship: Shukra Shakti Days: Anuradha Nakshatradays, Dwadasi (12th) Tithi (Moon Phase), Fridays, and Venus (Shukra) Horas.  that you can worship both Sundara Maha Lakshmi and her consort Kamala Varadarajar to receive full benefit.~ Mantra Puja is recommended.

Also we can chant: ‘Om Sundara Maha Lakshmi Sameda Dram Dattatriya Siva Baba Namaha

Recommended Yantra from Astroved: Lakshmi Narayana YantraIncense: Friday/Venus Incense from Astroved
Show Light: candle or ghee lamp; and offer Pink Flowers, or TumericRice) 12th Tithi, Fridays, and Shukra Horas.

Upcoming Jupiter Transit into Cancer ~ Watch replay of Google Hangout with Dr. Pillai: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r53MmM7iU3o&list=UULzw8opUlMnSA2TQfj34K9w

Website mentioned on call:

Suggestion: create a free account at AstroVed and run your own Vedic Birth Chart via the Reports Section and follow along with suggestions in the club session. See previous Vedic Astrology Club recordings for how to run this Report. Please email questions to Valli at valli@pillaicenter.com See information for our call next Saturday on the Events page.

 

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Welcome:

This is the recording of our Vedic Astrology Club call which occurred on Saturday May 24, 2014. Thank you to all the participants and to Rani and Bhairavi, our guest speakers.

Lakshmi and Kubera with His Wife

Picture also shows the Wish-Fulfilling Tree (Kalpavrishka) and Kamendhenu (Wish-Fulfilling Cow) which came out of the Milky Ocean

Call Recording: Lakshmi, Kubera and Discussion

Mytho-therapy:

Kubera

Kubera is the God of Wealth, the Banker of Heaven, and the God-King of the Semi-Divine Yakshas. He is also a regent of the North (one of the Dik Palayakayas), and a protector of the world (Lokapala). He is the Overlord of many Semi-Divine species, and owner of the treasures of the world. He is often   depicted as a fat man, adorned in jewels,  carrying a money pot (or bag), and a club. His name Kubera / Kuvera, means deformed and refers to his deformities, but also splits into Ku meaning earth, and Vira meaning hero.

The Vedic scriptures tell that Kubera was an Asura and once ruled Lanka, but was overthrown by his stepbrother Ravana. He resettled in the city of Alaka in the Himalayas, near Mt Kailash (Siva’s Abode). Kubera is described as a friend of Lord Siva, who granted him Kingship over the Yakshas. Descriptions of the glories and splendors are recounted in many of the Puranic scriptures. Kubera is depicted as a dwarf, with a fair complexion, and big belly. He has 3 legs, only 8 teeth, one eye, 3 heads, 4 arms, and is adorned with jewels. He holds a mace (a club), a pomegranate, and a money bag in his hands. Sometimes he is seen riding a man, or mongoose.

In Tibet, the mongoose signifies his victory over the Nagas who are the Guardians of Treasures of the world. He is adorned with golden clothes and ornaments symbolizing his wealth. His Left eye is yellow and he wears armor and a large necklace down to his large belly. His face is inclined to the Left, he has a beard and a mustache, and 2 tusks protrude from the ends of his mouth, representing his ability to punish and bestow favors. His club, represents Administration of Justice and his standard bears a lion, representing Artha (wealth).

Kubera has 9 occult treasures that belong to him. They are referred to as Nawanidhi, or Nav Nidhi. Each is personified by a guardian spirit.

Mantras for Kubera (set your intent: “I am creating wealth for the world”)

Swarna Rajadas Srajam (invokes aspect of Lakshmi with gold and silver garlands; Dr. Pillai has said Kubera used this mantra and became the Banker in Heaven)

 

Kuberaya Vaisravanaya Maha Rajaya Namaha (Dr. Pillai has said these sounds give wealth and royalty consciousness)

Website mentioned on call:

Suggestion: create a free account at AstroVed and run your own Vedic Birth Chart via the Reports Section and follow along with suggestions in the club session. See previous Vedic Astrology Club recordings for how to run this Report. Please email questions to Valli at valli@pillaicenter.com See information for our call next Saturday on the Events page.

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Welcome:

This is the recording of our Vedic Astrology Club call which occurred on Saturday May 17, 2014. Thank you to all the participants and to Rani and Bhairavi, our guest speakers.

Lakshmi Shobana

Call Recording: Lakshmi, Vadivudai and Other Discussion

Mytho-therapy:

Lakshmi Shobane

Per Dr. Pillai: Approximately 400 years ago there was an acclaimed Madhva Saint named Vadiraja living in Southern India in the state of Kannada. He was fully enlightened, had many Miraculous Siddhi powers, and lived for about 120 years. One day he was visiting a city where the Mayor was preparing for his daughter’s wedding. Unfortunately the bridegroom was bitten by a snake and despite all efforts, he died. The Mayor was told that Vadiraja had just arrived and could restore the boy’s life. The Mayor asked Vadiraja to help in this matter. Vadiraja immediately composed a Hymn to Goddess Lakshmi recounting her Wedding to Lord Vishnu at the time she arose from out of the Milky Ocean. Anyhow, Lakshmi appeared and he requested that she revive the boy. She did and the wedding was carried out.

Lakshmi’s energy promotes auspicious activities. Everything auspicious belongs to Lakshmi, even the word Lakshmi means auspicious. Everything that’s going to give good fortune, joy, and happiness belongs to Lakshmi.

Every word he uses is charged with that power and I have been thinking about it for approximately 3 years. The time has not been right to introduce it to people, until now 2013.

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I leased a building in a powerful temple vortex and we’ll have the ceremony where the women come and chant this Hymn and light the ghee lamps, accompanied by a very special, very powerful Lakshmi Homa. I want people to be able to come spend time here a receive the benefits. I look forward to this program called Lakshmi Shobanam by the great Mystic Saint, Vadiraja. The AstroVed people will make announcements regarding this at the appropriate time.

The Shobanam Hymn is comprised of 112 verses recounting the events of Lakshmi’s Wedding to Lord Vishnu. Hearing this reminds her of her own joy at the time of her wedding. Shobana means Mangala or auspicious. Lakshmi is Sarva Mangala, which means she is not only the Goddess of wealth, but all powerful, and capable of bestowing longevity. That was the power of St. Vadiraja’s Hymn and Goddess Lakshmi was obliged to revive the bridegroom.

Also note that the Tamil Month of Aadi (this year 2014 from Jul 15th to Aug 15th), is very special to Lakshmi, especially the Fridays. There are 4 Aadi Fridays where you can receive special ‘Blessings’ from Lakshmi.

It’s always auspicious to chant and or write ‘Shreem Brzee’ 108 or 1008 times. (This chant is cumulative.) And to burn AstroVed’s Friday Incense for Venus/and Lakshmi.

 

Vadivudai Amman is a Goddess of Beauty, both inner and outer. One mantra for her is

Om Sri Vaidivooday Nayaki Swaha

For Help From Goddess To Do Tapas (Disciplined Practice):

Om Kanambhikaya Vidh Mahe

Sarva Siddhicha Dhi Mahi

Tanno Gauri Prachodayat

There is free virtual pooja for Vadivudai Amman on this page at AstroVed:

http://www.astroved.com/virtualpooja.aspx

 

Website mentioned on call:

Suggestion: create a free account at AstroVed and run your own Vedic Birth Chart via the Reports Section and follow along with suggestions in the club session. See previous Vedic Astrology Club recordings for how to run this Report. Please email questions to Valli at valli@pillaicenter.com See information for our call next Saturday on the Events page.

 

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Welcome:

This is the recording of our Vedic Astrology Club call which occurred on Saturday May 10, 2014. Thank you to all the participants and to Rani and Bhairavi, our guest speakers.

Lakshmi with Elephants

Call Recording: Lakshmi, Purity and Other Discussion

Mytho-therapy:

Lakshmi’s Appearance and Symbolism Lakshmi in her images and pictures is depicted as a female inform with 4 arms and 4 hands, She usually wears red clothes with a golden lining and is either seated or standing on a lotus. She has golden coins and lotuses in her hands. She is frequently pictured with 2 or 4 elephants next to her.

This symbolism conveys the following spiritual theme:

~ Her 4 arms represent 4 directions in space and signify her omnipresence and omnipotence. The red color of her clothing signifies activity and the golden lining signifies prosperity. The lotus signifies that while living in this world one should enjoy the wealth, but not become obsessed with it.

~ Her 4 hands represent the 4 aims of life: Dharma (righteousness); Kama (genuine desires); Artha (wealth); and Moksha (liberation from birth and death). Her front hands represent activity in the material world, and her back hands represent spiritual activities that lead to spiritual perfection.

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Since the right side of the body signifies activity, a lotus in her back right hand signifies that you should perform all duties in accordance to Dharma. This leads to Moksha which is symbolized be the lotus held in her back left hand. The golden coins falling from her front left hand signifies she provides wealth and prosperity for her devotees. Her front right hand bestows Blessings.

~ The 2 elephants pictured beside her signify name and fame that is associated with worldly wealth. The idea portrayed here is that one should not acquire wealth for name and fame and only for one’s self, but share it with to bring happiness to others in addition to himself.

~ Some pictures show 4 elephants spraying water on Lakshmi from Golden Vessels. This illustrates the theme that continuous self-effort in accordance with one’s Dharma, governed by wisdom and purity leads to both material and spiritual prosperity.

Note: Lakshmi does not stay long with anyone who is lazy or seeks her only for material wealth.

Invoke Lakshmi by chanting: OM SHREEM BRZEE

Mantras for invoking Lakshmi for Purity:

Om Sarva Papa Hare (invokes aspect of Lakshmi for dissolving sins, including financial sins)

Harineem (a name of Lakshmi, invoking her in the aspect of Purity)

Mantra for Goal-Orientation: Om Iccha Shakti Uma Kumari (brings energy of authentic desire, especially for people who may not in be in touch with what they really want)

For Narasimha (Lion-faced form of Vishnu) JAYA JAYA NARASIMHAYA NAMAHA

Website mentioned on call:

Suggestion: create a free account at AstroVed and run your own Vedic Birth Chart via the Reports Section and follow along with suggestions in the club session. See previous Vedic Astrology Club recordings for how to run this Report. Please email questions to Valli at valli@pillaicenter.com See information for our call next Saturday on the Events page.

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Welcome:

This is the recording of our Vedic Astrology Club call which occurred on Saturday May 3, 2014. Thank you to all the participants and to Rani and Bhairavi, our guest speakers.

Lakshmi Goddess of Wealth, Beauty, Grace and Purity, Ruler of Venus

Call Recording: Lakshmi and Other Discussion May 3 2014

Mytho-therapy:

Lakshmi

Lakshmi is the Hindu Goddess of wealth (both spiritual and material), prosperity and good fortune. Her name is derived from the Sanskrit word Laksme which means goal, and refers to the goal of life which includes worldly as well as spiritual prosperity. In Hindu mythology she is also called ‘Shri’ and is the Divine spouse or consort of Vishnu. She provides him with the wealth for the maintenance and preservation of this creation.

Mythology: Lakshmi was the daughter of the Maharishi Bhrigu and she took refuge in the ocean of milk when the Gods were sent into exile. During the churning of the Milky Ocean, which was a joint effort by both Gods and demons to bring forth the Nectar of Immortality, Lakshmi reappeared. She was so beautiful and all of the Gods fell in love with her. Shiva had already taken the Moon, Bramha had already taken Saraswati, so her hand was given to Vishnu, whom Lakshmi herself preferred. She is a Goddess of Light, beauty, good fortune and wealth. Diwali, the Festival of Light, is a special time of worship for her.

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Astrological Info: Lakshmi is the Overlord for Venus. Venus is the planet which rules the Zodiac Signs of Taurus and Libra.

Day: Lakshmi and Venus are both worshiped on Friday

Moon Phases:

Full Moon – Pray for money and abundance;

12th Waning Moon – Pray for increased diplomacy, skill in negotiating win-win solutions and good judgments in choices about time, money, energy, greater comfort and happiness

Hora: Venus

Nakshatras: Bharani, Purva Phalguni, Purva Ashada (these are all stars ruled by Venus)

Consort: Vishnu, the Preserver

Vehicle: Horse, Elephant

Incense: AstroVed’s Friday Incense for Venus

Gemstone: Diamond

Colors: Pink and Gold or Silver

Mantra: OM SHREEM BRZEE


Website mentioned on call:

Suggestion: create a free account at AstroVed and run your own Vedic Birth Chart via the Reports Section and follow along with suggestions in the club session. See previous Vedic Astrology Club recordings for how to run this Report. Please email questions to Valli at valli@pillaicenter.com See information for our call next Saturday on the Events page.

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Welcome:

This is the recording of our Vedic Astrology Club call which occurred on Saturday April 19, 2014. Thank you to all the participants and to Rani and Bhairavi, our guest speakers.

Muruga Teaching Secrets of OM to Siva

Call Recording: Muruga and Other Discussion

Mytho-therapy:

At one time Maharishi Brighu knew the secret of Om and was trying to destroy the world. Lord Siva prevented this act by placing his hands over Brighu’s head and saying: ‘You must forget the Om mantra.’ At that instant the secret of Omkara mantra faded from his memory. Brighu realized what was happening and in turn cursed Siva saying: ‘You will forget the Om mantra too.’ And Siva forgot the secret of Om as well.  Later on Siva went to Muruga and asked him to teach the secret of the Omkara mantra to him.  Muruga agreed explaining that Siva would have to be his student. Siva agreed, and Muruga whispered the secret of Om in his father’s ear. This is the history of the vortex of the Muruga temple at Swamimalai.

Dr. Pillai teaches Om as Ah, Oo, Ma:

  • Ah represents Siva,
  • Oo represents Shakti
  • Ma represents Maya

 

 

Even just using one of these syllables manifests great power.

Muruga’s 6 Heads:

Muruga’s 6 Heads represent 6 parts of the brain as well as 6 Siddhis.  These represent the 5 faces of Siva and the Face of Uma Devi or Parvati, which can only be seen by the wise. He is able to see North, South, East West Sky and Earth. These faces represent the 5 senses which lead to the 6th sense, or inner knowing, the Atho-mugam.

The 6 faces mantra is: SA RA VA NA BA VA

Forehead: Tatpurushaya

Top of Head: Ishanaya

Right Brain: Aghora Hridayaya

Left Brain: Vama Devaya

Back of Brain (Occipital Lobe): Sadyojataya

3rd Eye, Pineal Gland Atho-mugam

Website mentioned on call:

Suggestion: create a free account at AstroVed and run your own Vedic Birth Chart via the Reports Section and follow along with suggestions in the club session. See previous Vedic Astrology Club recordings for how to run this Report. Please email questions to Valli at valli@pillaicenter.com See information for our call next Saturday on the Events page.Note: We will have NO Vedic Astrology Club session on April 26, 2014 as Dr. Pillai and guests are doing a live free webcast that day starting at 9 AM PDT and going for several hours: https://pillaicenter.leadpages.net/dr-pillais-master-class/

We will resume our regular weekly schedule in May (Saturdays, NOON PDT)


 

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Welcome:

This is the recording of our Vedic Astrology Club call which occurred on Saturday April 5, 2014. Thank you to all the participants and to Rani and Bhairavi, our guest speakers.

Muruga and Six Temples in Tamil Nadu

Call Recording: Muruga and Other Discussion

Symbolism Associated with Muruga( Healer/Warrior Archetype Who Rules Mars):

Vel, or shakti /spear / lance, is his most powerful weapon. Made by Parvati and given to him to defeat the Asura Soorapadman in battle. The Vel embodies Parvati’s energy and power.

Discus: symbolizes his knowledge of truth

Mace: represents his strength

Javelin: symbolizes his far reaching protection

Bow: represents his ability to overcome all ills

Peacock: His vehicle, signifies Eternal Light, Om, represents the destruction of ego, and symbolizes mastery over space, time, and death

Rooster: Wards off all evil and Negativity, signifies Infinite sound, and adorns his flag.

There is a very powerful debt-busting  mantra for Muruga to dissolve all kinds of debts (personal, credit card, IRS, even the national debt):

Om Sa Ra Va Na Ba Va Ya Ru Na Vee Mo Kshanaya Murugaya Skandaya Swaha

If you recite this mantra 1008 x’s/ day for 40 days, it can set in motion things that will help clear up debts! It is also very beneficial to light a candle or ghee lamp before a picture, or even better yet, a statue or yantra of Muruga, to burn Mars (Tues.) Incense from AstroVed.com, offer flowers, and a small fruit (even a raisin) or nut. If using a statue or yantra, you can also use a red juice for abishekam such as cranberry juice, per Dr. Pillai.

A Gayathri Mantra for Muruga

Om Karthikeyaya Vidh Mahe
Shakti Hastaya Dhi Mahi Tanna Skanda Prachodayat

Website mentioned on call:

Suggestion: create a free account at AstroVed and run your own Vedic Birth Chart via the Reports Section and follow along with suggestions in the club session. See previous Vedic Astrology Club recordings for how to run this Report. Please email questions to Valli at valli@pillaicenter.com See information for next week’s call on Saturday on the Events page. Note: We will have NO Vedic Astrology Club session on April 26, 2014 as Dr. Pillai and guests are doing a live free webcast that day starting at 9 AM PDT and going for several hours: https://pillaicenter.leadpages.net/dr-pillais-master-class/ We will resume our regular schedule in May.

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Welcome:

This is the recording of our Vedic Astrology Club call which occurred on Saturday March 29, 2014. Thank you to all the participants and to Rani and Bhairavi, our guest speakers.

 

Six Faces of Muruga, Healer & Protector

Call Recording: Muruga as Protector & Healer, Time Element: Karanas

Transformative Mantra given to Arunagiri by Muruga: Chumma Iru Sollara (Mind Be Still)

Dr. Pillai teaches that for the Siddhas, health is the most important factor in human life. They say: ’I am the body’. If the body gets sick, even the soul will not stay in a sick body, it will leave. The ultimate teaching is that the body is Light. When our body goes beyond the senses, beyond the material perceptions, we’ll be able to have perfect health. Muruga can help us attain fantastic health because he is youthful forever.

  • Murugan means handsome or beautiful.
  • Kumaran means youthful.
  • Guhan gives you the secrets of life, the hidden secrets of life.

MURUGAN KUMARAN GUHAN is a very powerful mantra to chant. Muruga is never born and will never die. He is the energy of existing forever.

 

Each Karnana is 1/2 a Ttithi (Moon Phase). Run the free Birth Chart Report at AstroVed to find out what Karana you were born in:

Karana Keyword
Bava Creativity
Baalav Spiritual
Kaulav Social
Taitila Steady
Gara Increased Effort
Vanija Mercantile
Vishti Inefficient
Shakuni Devious
Chatushpada Menial
Naga Mystical
Kinughna Destructive

 

Website mentioned on call:

Suggestion: create a free account at AstroVed and run your own Vedic Birth Chart via the Reports Section and follow along with suggestions in the club session. See previous Vedic Astrology Club recordings for how to run this Report. Please email questions to Valli at valli@pillaicenter.com See information for next week’s call on Saturday on the Events page.

 

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Welcome:

This is the recording of our Vedic Astrology Club call which occurred on Saturday March 22, 2014. Thank you to all the participants and to Rani and Bhairavi, our guest speakers.

 

Muruga with Devasena and Valli

Call Recording: Muruga, Discussion of Rahu & Ketu and Vimshottari Dasa (System of Major Planetary Influences

Book mentioned during discussion of Rahu and Ketu:  Lunar Nodes by Mohan Koparkar:

Full Length of Each Planetary Period in Vimshottari Dasa System

Ketu: 7 years

Venus: 20 years

Sun: 6 years

Moon: 10 years

Mars: 7 years

Rahu: 18 years

Jupiter: 16 years

Saturn: 19 years

Mercury: 17 years

A table of which stars are ruled by which planet. A person born with their Moon in that star starts their life in the Dasha of that planet. A person may only get a fractional amount of that planet’s Dasha based on what degree their Moon is in within the star.

Stars (Nakshatras) Ruled by This Planet
Ashwini, Magha, Mula Ketu
Bharani, Purva Phalguni, Purvashada Venus
Krittika, Uttara Phalguni, Uttarashada Sun
Rohini, Hasta, Shravana Moon
Mrigasira, Chitra, Dhanishta Mars
Ardra, Swati, Shatabhisha Rahu
Punarvasu, Vishaka, Purvabhadrapada Jupiter
Pushya, Anuradha, Uttarabhadrapada Saturn
Ashlesha, Jyestha, Revati Mercury

 

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Suggestion: create a free account at AstroVed and run your own Vedic Birth Chart via the Reports Section and follow along with suggestions in the club session. See previous Vedic Astrology Club recordings for how to run this Report. Please email questions to Valli at valli@pillaicenter.com See information for next week’s call on Saturday on the Events page.

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