In that subtle moment in which the artist catches a breathtaking scene he completely merges with it and it is due to this blending of his personality with Nature that the result produced on canvas turns out to be so spectacular. This oneness in fact is the secret of creativity, and the greatest of all creators, the Lord, the Guru could manifest such a wonderful world for the very reason that He is present in each particle of Nature. Yet man fails to perceive Him, for he has lost the artistic touch, the art of Meditation and the power of Sadhana. Today his search remains directed outside while the real treasure is inside.
No wonder Yogis sit with closed eyes exploring the inner realm. And when they discover IT a blissful radiance pours forth from their forms. For the uninitiated it might well seem a waste of time to sit thus idly, yet once a sincere aspirant is steered gently onto the path of Sadhana he all of a sudden has a taste of Divine Nectar which prompts him to seek deeper so as to reach the source.
This stage however is crucial, for the first encounter is so pleasant that one may be tempted to neglect one's material needs and duties and devote all time to Meditation. This would invariably lead to failure on the material front and then frustration. Final result is that one either left impoverished or one blindly rushes into the race for wealth and power leaving oneís spiritual quest unfulfilled. This only creates disillusionment and the individual in his ignorance shifts all blame onto the Guru.
The Master however knows that only through perfect balance can the Supreme Goal be achieved. Hence like Lord Buddha he suggests the Majhim Nikaay or the path of golden mean. An ascetic might well spend all his time in meditation, but for a family man the Guru prescribes a special schedule in which a few precious minutes are daily devoted to Sadhana.
A very wrong belief prevalent among the householder disciples is that the ascetic disciples of Gurudev can meet him or have his glimpse through Siddhis whenever they like. The fact is that they are strictly bound by Gurudevís orders and can see him only when he wishes to - sometimes after years at a stretch. Yet their devotion in the Master never waivers, for they have had wonderful experiences which leave them in an uninterrupted state of spiritual ecstasy. In such a state they are able to concentrate better in Sadhanas and progress much faster.
Entering such a state means identifying the Supreme Element - Guru - which can be done only when oneís subtle vision is activated. This journey from the gross to the subtle plane is known as the Guru Tatva Sadhana, Even when the Guru is present in physical form his aim is to unite the disciple with his own soul through the medium of which the latter could form a link with the Supreme. And once a disciple attains oneness with the Para-Brahma form of Gurudev he can then have a glimpse of any God, Goddess or deity.
As he enters this wondrous state doubts vanish. Each moment then he has feeling of proximity to his Guru even though the Master may not be physically present. His activated divine vision ever visualises the form of the Master and such is the joy that he fearlessly and calmly goes on with his duties in the outer world. Sorrows, tensions, passion can prey on his peace only till he has not entered this state, but once he does they are simply fended off by the power of the Supreme Guru Element.
Undoubtedly it is the best Sadhana of all Ages, for through it one can directly interact with Gurudev wherever he might be - in Siddhashram, in the Himalayas or on a far flung planet of the universe. Thus one could seek His help and advice directly, and smoothly sail over all problems and difficulties in life. As Gurudev always said, "This is a transition period we are going through and one can emerge victorious only through the power of spiritualism." To enable Sadhaks to overcome this very crucial period we present this wonderful Sadhana.
This seven day ritual can be started on a Thursday. It can also be commenced from Guru Poornima. Early morning in Brahm Muhurat - 4 am to 6 am - have a bath, wear white clothes and sit on a white mat facing East. Cover a wooden plank with a white cloth. Make a mound of rice grains and on it place the Paarad Guru Yantra. Light a ghee lamp. In the background of the Yantra place a picture of revered Gurudev Paramhans Swami Nikhileshwaranand. Next fixing the gaze on the Yautra chant the following Mantra continuously for half an hour.
Fully concentrate your mind in the recital. Repeat for 7 days. Take care to do the recital at the same hour daily. Chant one round each of Guru Mantra before and after Sadhana daily with a Shwetaabh rosary. This shall double the effect of the ritual. After Sadhana place the Yantra in your worship place at home. Without doubt there shall be amazing experiences and one definitely has Darshan of Gurudev if one is fully devoted. But take care not to reveal your experiences to one and sundry.
Every issue of "Nikhil Mantra Vigyan" magazine contains detailed description of various Sadhanas and prices of specified Sadhana articles. International Prices of some Sadhana articles, books, CDs etc. are listed on our website. You may also contact Jodhpur Gurudham on email/telephone/letter/fax to get the prices.
All kinds of material problems can be solved by performing Sadhanas and taking Dikshas. You may perform Sadhanas yourself to ward off malefic effects of bad planets and to counter the black magic done against you. You should perform Sadhanas yourself after taking Diksha to attain material and spiritual upliftment. Sadhana is the only way to get Divine help to resolve tensions & problems of material life and attaining spiritual elevation.
The chances of success in Sadhanas are increased manifold by taking Diksha as during Diksha, Revered Gurudev transfers a part of His own spiritual penance power into the disciple to steer him towards success. Guru Diksha is the basic foundation for spiritual and material success.
You need to take Guru Diksha before performing any Sadhana or taking any other Diksha. Guru Diksha is the first step of spiritual initiation. When you apply for Guru Diksha, you get a Guru Pitambar(shawl to wear while performing Sadhana) and one year subscription of "Nikhil Mantra Vigyan" magazine free along with Guru Diksha.
You should also take specific Diksha for this Sadhana to achieve complete success in this Sadhana.
You may either get Diksha from Gurudev personally or the Diksha may be granted on a photograph. The photograph should be a recent one, and can be of any size. However the face should be clearly visible on the photograph.
The Diksha is granted free of cost by Revered Gurudev.However, a token amount is charged for each Diksha which goes towards charitable causes through Dr. Narayan Dutt Shrimali Foundation International Charitable Trust Society.
Each issue of Nikhil Mantra Vigyan magazine contains detailed information on various rare and quickacting Sadhanas. You may click here for subscription information.
You may refer to our Frequently Asked Queries section to clarify general doubts about Sadhanas and Dikshas. You may also send us an email/letter/fax to Jodhpur Gurudham for further guidance. Our email address is email@example.com
Ideally you should meet revered Gurudevs personally to discuss about your problems & plans and obtain guidance. Only revered Gurudevs can advice you about the most relevant Diksha and Sadhana for you depending upon your aptitude and ability. You may meet revered Gurudevs during the Sadhana camps. Owing to busy schedule of Revered Gurudev, it is not possible to meet Gurudev everyday in Jodhpur Gurudham. Every month, some days are reserved and scheduled for meeting in Jodhpur Gurudham. These details are listed in the monthly magazine Nikhil Mantra Vigyan and are also available here. You may meet revered Gurudev on other days also. Please check by telephone about availability before going to the Gurudham. You should attend the Sadhana Camps to perform Sadhanas directly under revered Gurudevs' guidance.
You should contact the Jodhpur Gurudham for getting Sadhna articles/books/CDs etc. by post. Alternatively, you may buy them over the counter from our Delhi/Jodhpur Gurudham or from the counters at the Sadhna Camps.
All the Sadhna articles (Rosaries, Yantras etc.) are consecrated and energised by our pundits during auspicious moments for particular Sadhna. We do "Prana Prathistha" of all the Sadhna articles and make them more energised by performing specific "Cheitanya Puja" on all the articles. So, the chances of success in the Sadhna are increased manifold.
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Sadhaks living in other SAARC countries (Nepal/ Pakistan/ Sri Lanka/ Bangladesh/ Bhutan/ Maldives/ Burma) can get Sadhana articles/books/CDs etc. at the Indian price by sending a bank draft. Please add around 20-30% as Postal charges. Please note that the Postage Charges for Paarad (mercury) items will be more (around 30-40% of cost) due to exceptionally high weight.
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