Om bhur bhuvah suvah
Tat savitur varenyam
Bhargo devasya dheemahi
Dhiyo yo nah prachodayat
“O splendid and playful sun, we offer this prayer to thee; enlighten this craving mind; be our protector; may the radiance of the divine ruler guide our destiny; wise men salute your magnificence with oblations and words of praise”.
The Vedic scriptures of the Hindu religion refer to the sun as the store house of inexhaustible power and radiance. The sun god is referred to as Surya or Aditya.
The Vedas are full of hymns describing the celestial body as the source and sustainer of all life on earth. The origin of the worship of the Sun in India is thus several centuries
old. The sun stands for knowledge, spiritual light and wisdom.
Surya is worshiped as a chief solar deity. He is a vision of the divine, whose light fills all the worlds; Surya is also the Cosmic Pillar and support of the universe and the symbol of the Supreme. Surya is the most popular Vedic God. In Rig Veda III 62.10 he is worshiped as Savitr, the source of life and light. The Sun is to be installed in the temple of our body so that it dispels darkness by its effulgence once and all for all time-the darkness of ignorance.
Surya is portrayed with hair and arms of gold, three eyes, and four hands holding waterlilies the flower that longs for the dawn and drives a chariot pulled by seven horses representing the seven days of the week. In Hindu religious literature, Surya is notably mentioned as the visible form of God that one can see every day.
The Indian system of beliefs regards sunlight as the greatest of disinfectants; hence the sun is associated with healing power. Legend has it that Samba the son of Krishna was cured of leprosy by his worship of the sun god. It is still believed by many that sun worship offered at several of the sun temples all over India, is a cure for leprosy and other skin ailments, blindness and infertility.
This attunement/empowerment brings you a stronger connection with lord Suyra, making it possible to tap on to the healing & rejuvenating powers of the Sun.
You can have access to SuryaShakti via “attunement”. During attunement, different energy centres (Chakras) and energy channels are opened/strengthened. This way we can access this energy and channel it through your hands by intention.
Surya Shakti can be used stand alone or we may combine it to any other healing modality for synergic effect. Put your hand on the patient’s body think about Surya Shakti to start the energy flow. Let energy flow.
for more information, reffer Manual for SuryaShakti.
Manual for SuryaShakti is being rewrite and will be available soon.
inexhaustible power and radiance.
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