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The collective of traditions that has emerged in India is known as hinduism or Sanathana Dharma. Sanathana means “eternal”. One of the many meanings of Dharma is “way of living”. They are eternal because these traditions were perhaps present throughout the world in earlier times but have disappeared elsewhere and have only remained in India.

One significant part of Sanathana Dharma includes samskaras (ritual ceremonies performed in different phases of a person’s life), havans (fire rituals) and poojas. The word “Pooja” has been derived from the term ‘Sampurna Jagruthi’ meaning complete awakening of an aspect of the divine in you.

The central Hindu understanding of the divine is that, there is one universal consciousness which has infinite attributes of power. Each of these attributes have been worshiped as a deity or a god or a goddess. When we do a Pooja, it is an invocation to that attribute or aspect of the divine power. There are specialized poojas offered to specific deities with a prescribed form of ritual. These rituals have been performed the same way for several hundreds of years. Hence these rituals draw the vibrational power from the morphic fields in the collective human consciousness.

A Pooja involves chanting powerful mantras in Sanskrit, specific mudras or hand gestures, meditations, prayers, visualisations, intentions and connecting mystically to that deity or attribute of divine power.

To receive the complete fruit of any Pooja, you need to hold an intention in your heart. Holding an intention is called Sankalpa. ‘Sum’ means holistic, Kalpa means intention. Sankalpa means a holistic intention. Each Pooja is performed with a specific sankalpa. You draw the vibrational spiritual power of the Pooja into your life, whether you hold the sankalpa either in person or even connect to the Pooja online.

Of the various poojas from the ancient Sanathana Dharma, 8 powerful poojas are performed at Ekam with specific intentions.

8 Poojas with specific intentions:

1. Mahaganapathy Pooja for the removal of obstacles.
2. Dhanvantari Pooja for Health and Vitality
3. Raja Rajeshwari Pooja for Love in the family
4. Lakshmi Pooja for Prosperity
5. Durga Pooja for Stress Release
6. Maha Vishnu Pooja for Passion at Work
7. Saraswathi Pooja for Intelligence
8. Gayatri Pooja for Releasing the Departed

 

Performing these poojas at Ekam would be extremely powerful because the vibrational impact would be amplified multifold. As Ekam is specially designed to enhance divine energies impacting human consciousness. Such of you who are passionate, please fill the form below.