This season of this year is a very significant time for the worship of Gaṇeśa; first, because the month of Badra is extremely important to Gaṇeśa, and second, because this is a leap year, and the month of Ashwin comes as an Adhika month, meaning it comes twice, in order to reconcile the lunar […]
Here is a great collection of mantras that can be used throughout the day for various purposes. Do you want a mantra for offering food, curing illness, or simply a mantra to surrender to the Divine Mother? You will find it all and more…
In the MahaKali Chalisa we sing praises to Kali Maa for Her good deeds as Her numerous Divine actions are recounted. Before you download the Kali Chalisa, we ask you to please sign up on the form below. Then download and read Swamiji and Shree Maa’s translation of this devotional hymn and meditate on Her […]
Lord Ganesha (also known as Ganapati and Vinayaka) is one of the best-known and most worshipped deities in the Hindu religion. As the God of beginnings, he is honored at the start of rituals and ceremonies. He is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and the brother of Lord Kartikeya, Goddess Lakshmi, and Saraswati.
Ganesh Mantra removes each and every enemy of the devotee’s life and he/she gets focus and clarity. Chanting of his mantras also removes fears and phobia. Chanting Ganesh Mantra not only gives rewards for one’s efforts but accelerates one’s progress and helps to become a better person in life. How To Do Japa Mantra Japa is repeating a mantra […]
There are numerous benefits of chanting the Chandi Path, from experiencing divine peace and the alleviation of fears, to the attainment of perfection and liberation.
The benefit of Chandi recitation escalates with sincerity, the intensity of devotion, and the number of repetitions.
The Chandi Path Phal Shruti, from the Varahi Tantra, describes this in more detail: … read more
Human emotions can be correlated to specific sanskrit bija mantras. In the Kashyapa Sutra, we learn the secret of how to transform negative emotions into positive ones through the repetition of mantras.
Download the full list of bija mantras and practice transforming your emotions today…read more
Listen to the audio: Word-for-Word Translation: oṃ bhūrasi bhūmirasyaditirasi viśvadhārā viśvasya bhuvanasya dhartrī | pṛthivīṃ yaccha pṛthivīṃ dṛṃha pṛthiviṃ mā hiṃsīḥ || Om You are the object of sensory perception; you are the Goddess who distributes the forms of the earth. You are the Producer of the Universe, the Support of all existing things in […]
Arati for Lord Ganesha – Jai Ganesha Jai Ganesha Jai Ganesha Deva
The Sam Gacchadvam mantra can be found in the Advanced Shiva Puja text. In the past, Shree Maa has asked us to chant this mantra as part of a sankalpa for world peace.
Surya (Sanskrit: सुर्य, surya) is the Source of life in our Solar System, and likewise represents the life force of the individual’s ‘Soul System.’
Surya is the King of the Kingdom of 9 gates and he is considered to be the Paramatma, or Universal Self. He is the Light of Wisdom, and the power, confidence and sense of identity in an individual’s birth chart. He rides a chariot pulled by seven horses, representing all the sevens…
This post includes Shree Maa singing the mantra of the Surya, the Sun. Surya represents the Light of Wisdom, the Dispeller of Ignorance.
Soma (Sanskrit: सोम, soma) also known as Chandra, is the Moon. Chandra symbolizes the Light of Devotion, as it nurtures life with the ebb and flow of its soothing cool rays.
The Moon reflects the Sun’s light according to the lunar phases, reminding the Earth that, on Purnima (the full Moon) the mind is fully reflecting the light of the soul and on Amavasya (the new Moon) the Earth is blocking the light from reaching the mind.
This post includes Shree Maa singing the mantra of the Soma, the Moon. Soma represents the Light of Devotion.
This post includes Shree Maa singing the mantra of Soma, the Light of Devotion.
Mangal (Sanskrit: मङ्गल, maṅgala) or Mars, is the Bearer of Welfare and is the planet of action through exploration and protection.
Mars’ characteristics include discrimination, determination and will power. Although the Sun is the source of universal power, Mangal is the executive branch acting on behalf of that power, which is why he is the bearer of welfare. His exploratory nature leads him on journeys and missions, often alone. As the General of the Army of the Gods, Mangal protects from inimical invasions.
This post includes Shree Maa singing the mantra of Mangala, the Bearer of Welfare.
Mercury (Sanskrit: बुध, budha) is the planet of communication, organization, and mental dexterity.
As the Emblem of Intelligence, Mercury informs the Sun of current events and offers advice regarding strategy and alliance.
He is the closest planet to the Sun, and the fastest moving, which is indicative of his role as messenger.
This post includes Shree Maa singing the mantra of Budha, the Emblem of Intelligence.