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Guru Poornima – Choosing Rudraksha by Therapy

“Guru brahma Gurur Vishnu Gurur Devoh Maheswaraha
 Guru Saakshaat Para Brahma Tasmai Shree Guruve Namaha”
Guru is Brahma; Guru is the Vishnu; Guru is Shiva
Guru is the Absolute Brahman incarnate. Obeisance to Guru.

The full-moon day in July is the auspicious (Poornima) day when Guru Poornima is celebrated by worshipping our Guru, the spiritual master, who taught us divine love, by performing poojas performed in prostration to him. A qualified spiritual master is essential to learn self-realization. Bhagavadgita (Ch.4.34) asks one to learn the truth through a Guru or spiritual master, inquire from him submissively and render service unto him.

The self-realized soul imparts knowledge as he has seen the truth. A real Guru imparts gynana (true knowledge) and teaches how to raise one’s consciousness beyond material physical boundaries. He teaches meditation to attain real peace of mind, true self-knowledge, eternal happiness, liberation from karmas, develop true love for

“Guru Govind doono khade kaek lagu paay
 Bahhari Guru aap ne Govind diyo dikhaye “

Guru is the entity who dispels the darkness of ignorance and illumines our lives with pure knowledge and hence his day signifies the worship of the Guru and offering of obeisance his feet. The full moon symbolizes the mind filled with delight and signifies the elimination of darkness and evil from the mind.

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