।। 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

Indra Vaibhav Sadhana or Prayog

Real Story Of Sadhak Through Indra Vaibhav Sadhana:

God Indra
It is poverty and object impoverishment that greeted me as I entered into this world. With beautiful childish dreams floating before my eyes I would hope in my early years this false hope slowly faded away as I reluctantly realized that impecuniousness was there to stay in our house.

Early morning each day my father would leave to toil day long and return with flour in the evening just enough to temporarily douse the roaring fire in our – my mother and three kids – guts. Mother too washed dishes for other households for tidbits that would comprise our second meal.

As my perception towards life matured with age I often wondered if this was living. Attempts to seek some job would land me with nothing more than mean chores like car-washing or sweeping with no assurance of a payment. Most times blows and curses were all I got.

Then one day I realized I couldn’t take any more of such life and one night in spite of the emotional bond of kinship tugging at my heart I stole away from home. At the station I boarded a train without bothering where it was bound for. As I sat in a compartment words drifting from the next cabin caught my attention. A hearty conversation was on between two passengers from which I realized that the train was bound for Jodhpur. The talk centered on a spiritual Guru, who as appeared from their words could solve any problem in a person’s life.

For me this piece of information was like sun bursting out of dark clouds and I literally rushed to them to know more. The next morning when I landed at Jodhpur I made straight for the Guru’s home. Once face to face with Gurudev Dr. Narayan Dutt Shrimali I found him to be a simple looking man robed in a spotless white Dhoti Kurta. It was my first meeting yet deep down I felt as if I know him for ages.

Without hesitation I related my tale of woes to him. Having heard my part he kept silent for several moments and then said,” Stay here and work in the Ashram.” I was delighted at the offer and within a few months I found myself settling down to the Ashram routine. However whenever I was alone I could not help worrying about my family.

Months flew by and one day I was summoned in Gurudev’s presence. “Tell me about your family.” He said. “Don’t you remember them?” before I knew it I was sobbing inconsolably. When I had regained my composure he said “I never believe in mincing words. To tell you the truth, son the future holds no promise of a better life for your family.”

“But Gurudev all I ask for is two square meals for them. “I managed to blurt out; afraid I would burst into tears again. You can do something, can’t you?”

“Even luck can change,” he said,” and the selfless way in which you have worked in the Ashram won’t go waste. For your efforts I am now revealing an important Sadhana to you. “At the Ashram itself I accomplished the Sadhana and no sooner was it over than Gurudev bid me adieu. I was not certain where to go and headed for the station. There I ran into a family which too was returning home after a visit to Gurudev’s place. Their luggage was bulky and I offered to help. “Why did you leave the Ashram, “Asked the head of the family when we had settled down in a compartment.

“Gurudev now wants me to work outside. I don’t know what to do?”

“Would you like to accompany me?” he said taking me unaware. “I have a large business and could do with an honest hand.”

It was all happening due to Gurudev’s grace. They was real rich family. I joined their business and devoted my free time to educating myself. Much pleased with my honesty and dedication the rich man later helped me start a garment shop of my own and within a few years I had all one could dream of. Then came the day when I invited my family from back home to come and live with me. They had given me up for dead and their joy knew no bounds on seeing me not just alive but rich and prospering.

More than my honesty or dedication I know it is due to Gurudev’s blessings and power of Indra Vaibhav Sadhana or Prayog that I live in such affluence today.

One needs Indra Vaibhav Yantra and 21 Indrabhs for the ritual. It can be done on 13th day of any fortnight of the Lunar month. Early morning at 6 am have a bath and sit on a yellow mat facing South. Cover a wooden seat with a pink cloth. On it draw a pot/number with vermillion. On this place the Yantra and offer on it rice grains, vermillion, flowers, and incense and also light a ghee lamp. Next without keeping a count, chant thus for 60 minutes.

Mantra: Om Shriyam Shreem Vibhootyam Shreem Vei Namah

Next offer five red roses on the Yantra each time chanting the Mantra. Repeat this Sadhana after a fortnight. On the second fortnight light a holy fire and make oblations of 21 Indrabhs each time chanting the Mantra. After the ashes have cooled down tie them and the Yantra in the pink cloth and throw the bundle in a river.

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