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Sri Arunachala Pancharatnam

By Bhagavan Sri Remana Maharshi

Verse 1:

Karuna purna sudhabde

Kabalita ghana viswa rupa kiranavalya

Arunachala Paramathman

Aruno Bhava Chitha kanja suvikasaya

Meaning: Ocean of nectar, filled with compassion, swallowing the dense universe with your rays of light, O’ Arunachala, the supreme itself, Be the sun for the auspicious blossoming of the heart lotus. 539 more words

Spiritual

Sunrise at Arunachala

Sunrise at Arunachala

For the first time in the last couple of days that am here at Thiruvannamalai, I was able to go out for a walk. 1,664 more words

Journal

I don't mind - Mooji

The simple statement: “I don’t mind” is very deep when seen in the context of our habitual choosing and rejecting of life circumstances. The modern sage Krishnamurti once asked his audience: “Would you like to know my secret?” It was clear that of course everyone wanted to hear his secret and all were in high anticipation. 166 more words

Exploring Consciousness

"Mantren" - Einige Hinweise und Tips

Mit dem rezitieren von Mantren kannst Du dich mit bestimmten Energien verbinden. Durch die jeweilige Energie-Resonanz-Formel (Mantra) ist es möglich deine eigene Schwingung so zu verändern damit Du die Energie anziehst und somit in Resonanz gerätst. 303 more words

Arunachala

How do you Feel ??? If Your Wake up Call from sparrow

       Arunai Anantha Resort – Tiruvannamalai  located in the Lapse of Mt. Arunachala spread over 4 acres of Landscapes, Bamboo’s, more than 295 Trees with 9 colours of flowers and Thousand’s of Plants & Herbs.  211 more words

World Environment Day

Ein heiliger Berg

Arunachala

Der Arunachala (auch bekannt unter den Namen Arunagiri, Annamalai, Arunai, Sonagiri und Sonachalam) ist ein etwa 980 Meter hoher Berg im indischen Bundesstaat Tamil Nadu… 118 more words

Arunachala

ARUNACHALA, TIRUVANNAMALAI

STEP OUT – TAMIL NADU

The holy hill Arunachala in Thiruvannamalai is approximately 2, 669 feet above the sea level. The hill is situated 210 kilometer from Bengaluru. 90 more words

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