In our universe everything whether it is land, air, water, fire, insects, worms, moths, animal or stone, crystal and metal or else colors, fragrance, shape, size, movement or our earth and planets or stars all of them have some POWER or ENERGY which can do miracle. Miracle is not supernatural or unnatural it is something extra, additional and different but very natural and also beyond nature and different from that. Miracle is as natural as a stone and is as real as us, our breath and as powerful as is Sun.
For a specific purpose or problem a specific Gem, Rudraksha, Mantra, Yantra, Tantra, Yagya, Stutipaath (Prayer), Conch, Talisman, Ring, Locket, Crystal or Coin etc. can be used.
Miracle of stones is the use of powers for bringing the change of choice and this is the best example of naturality of miracle because nothing can be more suitable than a rock in a serial wise beginning. This whole discussion was focused to convince that every object in this universe is having some positive or negative energy. Now we can realize that stones have some hidden power, radiations and energies in them. Different stones are having different types of energies in them, which can bring changes in us. So our treasure of stones or Gems can help us a lot.
Similarly Rudrakshas also have electromagnetic properties, which influence human physiology. Rudraksha Kavach is considered as a more powerful remedial tool because it is made to enhance the positive qualities and to eradicate the negativities that are there in the life of a person.
Yantras have mystical powers in them and therefore they protect us like a shield. Literally ‘Yantra’ means an instrument. It is like microcosmic picture of macrocosm. These Yantras representing Gods are based on specific geometrical designs and mathematical equations. The Yantras are considered highly efficient because they help you do better in contemplation, concentration and meditation and the possibilities of your making mistakes or going astray while meditating also decrease with the smart use of Yantras.
Mantras create vibrations inside us and thus enhance our personality and intellect. The powerful vibrations created by Mantra chanting stroke the “Chakras” to attract divine forces. This process mysteriously heal our spiritual, physical and psychological body. Man has unlimited powers inside him. These miraculous powers can be awakened with the miraculous power of Mantra meditation.
Pranayama (performing breathing exercises) is considered best Tapa for improving health, eradication of sins, awakening of Kundalini and realisation of god. Prānāyāma is mentioned in verse 4. 29 of the Bhagavad Gītā. According to Bhagavad-Gītā As It Is, prānāyāma is translated to "trance induced by stopping all breathing", also being made from the two separate Sanskrit words, prāna and āyām.
The complete process of Puja of various layers (Avaranas) of the Yantra of a specific God is termed as Paddhati. Every God and Goddess has a specific Yantra and the process of Puja of it is a subtle aspect which demands lot of concentration. the prereqisite eligibility condition for starting Yantra Puja is to do at least 1, 25, 0000 Japa of the Mantra given by Guru. Yantra Puja is the best method of attaining the blessings of presiding deity of Yantra in least possible time.
Kavacham, literally meaning an armour, is a set of verses invoking a god or goddess to act as a shield in times of perils. The power of vibration in the slokas is such that the mere chanting of such verses is supposed to shield us from the particular perils.
Chanting 1000 names of ishtadevta is termed as Sahastranaam. Most well-known are Vishnusahasranama & Lalitasahasranama. Nowhere else in world literature do we have anything to match these long, 'streamlined' poems, densely packed with meaning and seemingly endless recitals of Lord's names, glories and splendours, with no sacrifice of poetic elegance & grace. Rhythmic sound effects & the elvating moods produced by these stotras must be heard and experienced to be believed.
Stotram and stuti, come from the same verb, stu (to praise), and basically both mean "praise". Usually stuti is a smaller piece than a strotram.
A set of five integral limbs of the worship of a specific God/ Goddess is termed as the Panchanga. They are 1. Patala - Mantra given in coded form describing the meditation image. 2. Paddhati - Ritual worship of the avaranas, the devas attendants. 3. Kavacha - Kavacha for warding off evil. (usually worn on body) 4. Sahasranama - Chanting 1000 names. 5. Stuti - The hymn of praise for the Ishta devata of the Sadhaka.
Suktam and Strotram and Stuti literally mean the same thing extolling. Suktam forms part of Vedas. Strotram and stuti, usually do not. Usually, stuti is a smaller piece than a strotram.
Stotra is a Sanskrit word, that means "ode, eulogy or a hymn of praise". A stotra can be a prayer, a description, or a conversation, but always with a poetic structure. It may be a simple poem expressing praise and personal devotion to a deity for example, or poems with embedded spiritual and philosophical doctrines. Many stotra hymns praise aspects of the divine, such as Devi, Siva, or Vishnu.
The suprabhatam is the wake up call to god. This is generally a small Stuti which is done early in the morning
Ashtakam & Chalisa
Astakam and Chalisa have more to do the fixed number of verses in the prayer. Astakam will have eight and chalisa, actually they are hindi prayers and not sanskrit, comprises of 40 stanzas.
Dhyanam & Archanam
Dhynam and archanam are not prayers. they are types of worship. dhynam means meditation and archanam means pooja. the books like say, ' lakshmi dhynam' or devi archanam gives u a set of prayers and pujas on laxmi which will enable u to use them during the meditation/worship of laxmi/devi.
Prayer is an invocation or act that seeks to activate a rapport with an object of worship through deliberate communication. Prayer can be either individual or communal and take place in public or in private. It may involve the use of words, song or complete silence. Prayer may be directed towards a deity, spirit, deceased person, or lofty idea, for the purpose of worshipping, requesting guidance, and assistance, confessing transgressions (sins) or to express one's thoughts and emotions.
Different types of Rosaries are used for reciting different mantras for the accomplishment of very objectives. Seers also say that a rosary of 108 beads gives accomplishment of all Siddhis. As per Numerology the number 108 denotes Siddhi. Therefore, there is tradition of using 108 beads in Japa Mala.
The Crystals protect us from negative vibrations. It is a powerful medium of light and energy, which works as sonic protection against negativity. It works as transformer and amplifier of various energies into biological energies that rebalance and reenergize our biological system on the cellular, emotional, mental and spiritual levels.
Conch is blown to purify the environment specially while performing worshipping ceremonies. Scientists have agreed the fact that the blowing of a conch increases the positive qualities in the atmosphere such as courage, hope, determination, will power, optimism etc. It is stated everywhere in Hindu mythology that conch brings money and fame.
By worshipping Parad Shivlinga one gets blessings of Lord Shiva quickly because impact of worship of Parad Shivlinga is one thousand crore times more than the worship of any other Shivlinga.
It is believed that Rings cause mystical impact on us because when the stone of ring touches the skin of our finger the positive energies emitted by it causes positive impact on brain because the nerves of our fingers have direct connection with our brain.
By placing appropriate Pyramid Energy System, the energy force field of the land and building will be transformed into Positive (strong and healthy) and the person's bioenergy will now be supplemented instead of being depleted. So, the person inside the building will feel less fatigue and tension and have surplus energy to meet the demands and pressures of daily work/life. People in positive energy force field get better sleep, live healthier life, are more satisfied, meditate better & have greater immunity against stress, fatigue, infection and disease.
Coins can be considered as talismans to bring good luck. Lockets of Yantras, Rudrakshas or Gems are meant to be worn in the neck. According to Yogies the positive vibrations of lockets activate Throat Chakra and Heart Chakra. When we wear a locket in our neck it works as a shield for guarding us from black magic, evil spirits, ghosts and also from the malefic influence of planets.
Fengshui means wind and water. From ancient times wind and water have been considered two major powers. Wind distributes the energy and water accumulates it. The same energy is responsible for the health, progress and good luck of man. Fengshui products are supposed to improve the flow of positive energy in environment around us.
Colour therapy aims to balance and enhance our body’s Energy Chakras and also to help stimulate our body’s own healing process. Colour therapy uses colour to rebalance the Chakras (on energy centres) that have become depleted of energy.
Lal Kitab has announced unique remedial measures to solve chronic and critical human problems in day to day life. These remedies are cheap and within the reach of common man.
No form of asceticism is superior to fasting. By doing fasting mind becomes introversive, sight turns clean and body remains light. It is the most effective technique of curing all diseases. Fasting has unlimited power in it because psychological strength works behind it. Fasting can be done by the powerful people not by the weak. Fasting is the best solution to get rid of sexuality and lust.
Different Yagyas are performed to achieve different objectives. For example Mahamrityunjaya Yagya is done to prevent sudden death, accidents and diseases. Sridurgasaptashatichandi yagya is effective for accomplishing different objectives like eradication of poverty, sorrow and enemies; Putreyshti Yagya is beneficial for acquiring desired progeny; Bagalamukhi Yagya is very popular & helps to win over enemies and courteases.
Arghya (water) is offered to gods to attain desired boon. It is an essential part of all Puja ceremonies. God loves it and that is why it is appreciated highly in Srimadbhagvadgita too.
Abhishekam, is conducted by priests, by pouring libations on the image of the deity being worshipped, amidst the chanting of mantras. Usually, offerings such as milk, yogurt, ghee, honey, Panchaamrutam, sesame oil, rosewater, sandalwood paste may be poured among other offerings depending on the type of abhishekam being performed. "Rudraabhisheka" is performed on Shiva lingams.
Aushadhisnan with Ayurvrdic herbs has got a special mention in Ayurveda. It improves health.
Jal Visarjan is to flow flowers, lamps or idols of gods or goddesses, in water to attain special blessings.
Devdarshana (pilgrimage) is considered very auspicious in all religions all over the world. Different people have faith in different temples, therefore, in order to get the blessings of god or goddess for the fulfilment of their wishes they believe to visit these temples.
Similarly Charity is a very important part of Puja other two parts are Japa (recitation of mantra) and Tapa (asceticism).