Newsletter – Jul 2020
Dear Member Friends,
We, from the desk of Sri Viswa Viznana Vidya Adhyathmika Peetham, wish you all, “A very happy Guru Purnima”. I hope you are all doing great with Swami’s blessings and by this time you might have learned to coexist with Covid-19. This year, we all miss one another as all programs are scheduled online. Now, it became a dream to go to Pithapuram ashram, have Sath Guru’s pada darshan, and having our delicious sambar rice prasad. I think, like me, everyone is anxious to have Sath Guru’s darshan and waiting for the invention vaccine to roam freely from one place to another. The COVID-19 has taught lessons to mankind to lead a simple life with ancient Vedic time’s habits.
The imbalances in five elemental forces in nature or in a human body exhibit ill-health states. Now, we have rains in India and we must plant more and more plants to protect life from all types of pathogens and pollutions.
Guru Brahma: Guru Vishnu: Gurudevo Maheswara: Guru sakshath Para Brahma: Thasmai sree Sath Guraveh Namah
Sath Guru ordered us to plant three plants assuming them as Brahma, Vishnu and Maheswar in our homes and he promised that he – The Parameswar(The Absolute), will reside in them and protect those householders. It is a wonderful opportunity to get Sath Guru’s grace and blessings. So, let us all plant saplings to get Swami’s blessings as well as protect mother Earth and Earthians.
We all miss Sath Guru’s darshan, is that true? Are we really missing? No, because Mantra is Guru and the Guru is the form of Maha Mantra. Whenever we chant the mantra, we are auto connected to Sath Guru and remember the universe is the mantra. The power of Sath Guru is present in every atom in this universe. Hence, every minute, we are with Sath Guru. To understand this secret, we must live in awareness.
So, dear all, let us do more sadhana with awareness about the omnipotent mighty power of Guru, and plant saplings to have abounding blessings. This season sky is showering rain droplets and if we follow Sath Guru’s words, we will be drenched in perennial Sath Guru’s blessings.
Till… next Newsletter!
Renuka Devi Vangara