।। श्री गुरु चरण कमलेभ्यो नम: ।। ॐ परम तत्वाय नारायणाय गुरुभ्यो नम: ।। ॐ ह्रिं मम प्राण देह रोम प्रतिरोम चैतन्य जाग्रय ह्रीं ॐ नम: || ॐ भुर्भुव: स्व: तत्सवितुर्वरेण्यं भर्गो देवस्य धिमही धियो योन: प्रच्योदयात|| गुरु वाणी: Such thoughts are missing in animals, birds and insects. Even gods and demons do not think thus. This is why humans are said to be the most unique in the universe. But if a human never thinks why he has been created by the Lord, what the goal of his life then he is no better than the animals.

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Friday, September 2

Amritatva Sadhana Secret of Eternal Youth


Amritatva Sadhana, revitalizing the youth in you:


Revered Gurudev & Mataji
What actually is the definition of old age? Is it physical ageing or has it more to do with psychological effect that the passing years have on the human psyche?

No doubt after forty the body starts to grow slow but how about the mind? In many cases it is the remarks of others that make one aware of the increasing age, the wrinkles and the graying hair. But this is a natural process that everyone has to go through and it is quite inevitable. But why does it have to mar one’s working capacity, one’s thoughts and one’s power to plan and implement?

May be it is rare but one come across people of 70 to 80 who are more active than those in the twenties. Many of our famous international politicians and business persons are good examples. Churchill it is said led Britain out of the brink of defeat to victory when at the age of 80 he took over as the Prime Minister of UK. There are hundreds of such examples.

If we observe carefully we shall find that ageing is more of a psychological process. No sooner do the hair turn gray than people start nurturing the fear of ageing. Such fear, such thoughts only tend to make one grow listless. Slowly there creeps in a lack of enthusiasm in one’s actions and style of working and then true enough ageing has a toll on one’s body and mind.

Overeating and too much worrying also makes one prone to early signs of ageing and if one resorts to wine and drugs then the dusk of one’s life manifests rather quickly.

Today plastic surgery it is said can take care of your wrinkles. But what about the wrinkles in your mind that make your thinking befuddled and compel you to lead a mirthless, joyless existence?

And if we study our ancient texts we find that Rishis in the ancient times used to live to thousands of years. Are these claims false? How could they remain active and youthful for so long? What was the secret of their longevity and youthfulness?

The secret was Tantra. Through Sadhanas they could keep old age at bay for years and years. Even hundred years old Yogis could remain young and active. One of such Sadhanas is Amritatva Sadhana.
This Sadhana will not make your hair black or make your wrinkles vanish. But it sure fill you up with an enthusiasm for life and make a unique radiance glow on your face. It shall fill you with enough energy to work twenty hours a day without tiring or feeling bored.

Try this wonderful Sadhana on a moonless night. Have a bath and wear white cloths. Cover yourself with Guru Chaadar (Special Protective Shawl). Cover a wooden seat with white cloth and in a copper place a Amritaashan Yantra on it. Chant one round of Guru Mantra. Then offer vermillion, fresh white flowers and rice grains on the Yantra. Then light a ghee lamp and chant 75 rounds of the following Mantra with a Kayakalpa Rosary.

Mantra: Om Shreem Amritatvam Saadhaya Shreem Om Phat

After Sadhana for ten minutes pour water on the Yantra in the form of a thin stream all the while chanting the above Mantra. For this place the Yantra in a Shallow Vessel. Then chanting the Mantra further 21 times, offer 21 roses on the Yantra.

After this drink some of the water and with the rest have a bath. For five days let the Sadhana articles remain in your worship place at home. After five days, drop the Yantra and the rosary in a river or pond. You shall soon find a subtle transformation in yourself.