Third Eye Astrology

1Divya-Drishti or the divine eye-sight, also known as Yoga-Drishti comes from the mystic land and is believed to have been practiced by saints and sages thousands of years ago. The ‘divine perception’ which is intuitive perception or cognition that carries with it an intrinsic certainty and conviction. It is a spiritual attainment which according to vedic enables the yogi to communicate with heavenly bodies. This Divine vision is gained by the practice of  that balances the flow of prana-shakti in ida, pingala and sushmana and uplifts the higher mental faculties which awaken the chakras and kundalini and even enables the yogi to see into the past and future.

In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna tells Arjuna:-

तु मां शक्यसे द्रष्टुमनेनैव स्वचक्षुषा |

दिव्यं ददामि ते चक्षुः पश्य मे योगमैश्वरम् ||

 ” But surely you cannot see Me with these human eyes of yours; therefore; I vouchsafe to you the divine eye. With this you behold My divine power of Yoga. ” – (Bhagavad Gita XI.8)”        Read More………

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In addition to the seven chakras of the subtle body, the Tantras have described a network of subtle channels known as nadis through which the life force (prana) circulate. Nadi means “stream”. According to the tantric treatise Shiva Samhita, there are fourteen principal nadis. Of these, Ida, Pingala and Sushumna are considered the most important.
Ida is the left channel. Ida is white, feminine, cold, represents the moon and is associated with the river Ganga (Ganges). Originating in Muladhara, Ida ends up in the left nostril.

Pingala is the right channel. Pingala is red, masculine, hot, represents the sun and is associated with the river Yamuna. Originating in Muladhara, Pingala ends up in the right nostril.

Sushumna is the central channel and is associated with the river Saraswati. Within the Sushumna nadi there are three more subtle channels: Vajra, Chitrini and Brahma nadi through which Kundalini moves upwards running up the body from just below Muladhara chakra to Sahasrara chakra at the crown of the head.    Read More………

Spiritual Advisor 

spiritual-advisorThird Eye Astrology means Divya Drusti, Angels are the beings of light. They are thoughtful and caring to the problems we face in our day to day life. The word ‘Angel’ is taken from the Greek word ‘Angelos’ which means ‘Messenger’.  Third Eye Astrology Reading is an esoteric science practiced by enlightened masters, who have got the blessings of the Siddhas to communicate with the Angels and seek their guidance to ease us from sufferings. We are fortunate to have an enlightened master like Vedic spiritual guru who has undergone 15 years rigorous training to become the perfect messenger of the divine.

Third Eye Astrology Reading: Divine Guidance for Life Problems “Nothing comes to you until you initiate to seek it” — If you are in a position where problems haunt you on a daily basis, it is an indication that you need to seek the help of the divine energy. Supreme beings such as the Angels do not guide every human being, but only a blessed few and holy people!         Read More………

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Divya Drusti

Divya Drusti comes from the mystic land of India and is believed to have been practiced by saints and sages thousands of years ago. It is strongly believed that the science was perceived through the enlightened vision of the sages of those times.

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Chakras

Chakras are those energy centres through which the Cosmic energy flows into the human body. The practise of “Yoga in Daily Life” can awaken these centres, which are manifest in each and every person. Muladhara : Solidity, Svadhisthana: Liquidity, Manipura: The gaseous,  Anahata: The Aerial, Vishuddha: the etheric, or space

Indian Temples

India is an abode of Maharshis with their tapas and teachings. The ancient rishis selected the Kshetras or Thirthas which are the divine places for meditation (tapas). Kshethra and Thirtha are having separate meanings in their value. Kshethra is sacred with the statue or murthy (Deva or Devatha) and the Thirtha is sacred with water (Thirtha) which flows through that place.

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Homam

Homam is a very powerful tool for spiritual progress. Chanting mantras in front of fire while offering material substances into fire has a great cleansing and calming influence on one’s mind and gives great level of mental focus, peace, calmness and bliss.

Hindu Priest

Hindu priest is called a Pujari and his main duty is to perform worship services, which are known as Pooja’s, Homam.  During Hindu festivals, traditional events such as weddings, the sacred thread ceremony, performance of last rites and special deity ceremonies, Priests are called upon to conduct Pooja’s either at the temple or at the location of the event.

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Pooja

Pooja is the act of showing reverence to a god, a spirit, or another aspect of the divine through invocations, prayers, songs, and rituals. An essential part of pooja for the Hindu devotee is making a spiritual connection with the divine

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Ganapathy Homam

Ganapathy Homam

Ganapathi Homam is performed to beget happiness, prosperity and good health. Anyone is desirous of praying to God to remove any obstacles in any of his plan/ work/Business /action and also to be victorious in his deeds can pray to Lord Ganesha.

Chandi Fire Rituals

Chandi Fire Rituals

Chandi Homam is the most powerful and vigorous Homam of all HomamsMaa Chandi is a very powerful and fierce deity. She is the primordial energy that is responsible for the creation, maintenance and destruction of the entire universe.

Rudra Homam

Rudra Homam

Rudra Homam is dedicated to Lord Siva.Lord Siva is the destroyer of death. The Sri Rudram slogan is an ancient Vedic hymn. Rudram is one of the famous names of Lord Siva.By performing Rudra Homam we can get victory over death

Devi Bagala Mukhi homam

Devi Bagala Mukhi homam

Devi Bagla Mukhi has the power of turning things into its opposite. It is also believed that by offering Puja and Homa to Ma Bagalamukhi somebody can get a relief from legal problems; can avoid the possibility of accidents, even an anticipated unnatural Death.

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