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Sunday, October 24, 2010

The Truth Behind Deepavali Celeberation (Festival Of Lights)

Deepawali or Diwali is certainly the biggest of all Hindu festivals. It's the festival of lights (deep = light and avali = a row i.e., a row of lights) that's marked by four days of celebration, which literally illumines the country with its brilliance and dazzles all with its joy. Each of the four days in the festival of Diwali is separated by a different tradition, but what remains true and constant is the celebration of life, its enjoyment and goodness.
By the ritual worship of lord Ganesha,Lord Mahaletchumy and Lord Saraswathi one hopes to dispel all problems and obstacles, and invites Knowledge and Wealth into ones life. After the worship, the premises is adorned with oil lamps (deep) or lights for the entire night to invite the Gods , Angels and best wishes to the house.
It is said that on the day of Diwali , Lord Ram, a King exiled for fourteen years in the forest, returns to the kingdom of Ayodhya. In devoted reception and in joy, the whole city of Ayodhya was lit with lamps. 
It is not by coincidence or for the fact that lamps are lit everywhere that Diwali is known as the festival of lights. Light symbolizes true knowledge. True knowledge arises by an inner awakening – awakening of the seven sacred knowledge centers within our head and spine region, known as chakras. When the knowledge centers are awakened through the practice of a special technique, we attain such treasures that are invaluable and indispensable to us. These treasures are unique angelic qualities of the soul, which when awakened within us, equip us with arms of love and compassion, sacrifice and tolerance, patience and peace, deep concentration and strength that no riches can ever buy, nor any educational course can provide.
Since time immemorial, many Saints and Sages, Masters and Prophets have been known to practice and teach such a technique for humanity, that awakens the soul power within. This practice is known as Kriyayoga Meditation. By its sincere regular practice, the knowledge centers are awakened and the beauty of angelic powers blooms within. Slowly and steadily, the lamps within are lit that give us all we ever seek and need in life to overcome all obstacles on our path of work, and to attain all knowledge, power, wealth, peace, health and happiness that we can ever dream of in our lives. We succeed in making the impossible possible and fulfill all dreams and desires of life. The practice of Kriyayoga Meditation is the eternal and complete worship of Ganesh, Saraswati and Lakshmi and all creation.
Lord Ram, a great Prophet of India, is known to have practised the  technique of Kriyayoga Meditation. Lord Ram was known to be a Master of working the bow and arrow. The bow represents the head and spine, within which are found seven knowledge centers also known as chakras. The arrow represents a straight line, which is a symbol for infinity. Prophet Ram, therefore, had attained the infinite powers of the knowledge centers found in the head and spine. 
The fourteen years of exile of Ram represents the time period of practice of the technique of Kriyayoga Meditation. During the fourteen years, Lord Ram battled with the prevalent evil traits and tendencies, represented in the story of Ramayana by the many different demon characters. Defeating the many evil tendencies and eventually the King of Demons- Ravan, who represents the greatest and most powerful of all evil tendencies within, Ram emerged victorious and attained the highest power, the highest knowledge of immortality and angelic qualities within - Prophet-consciousness. 

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