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Gomutra Benefits – Cow Urine as a Spiritual Healing Remedy

Gomutra, Cow Urine, is traditionally used in Ayurveda. It is widely used in Hindu tradition for various religious and medicinal purposes. Spiritual Science Research Foundation (SSRF), a non-profit organization registered in Australia and United States, has published an article based on their scientific findings on Gomutra, its mechanism of action and how to use it as a spiritual healing remedy. Spiritual Science Research Foundation Writes
Gomutra, though it is inanimate, has the ability to attract Divine Consciousness (Chaitanya) which in turn creates an increase in the sattva component and therefore facilitates spiritual healing. One may question, why an Indian cow’s urine has such a special healing ability. Just as water has the innate property to cleanse and fire to burn, the Indian cow is the only animal which has the ability to attract the frequencies of all the deities in the universe. As a result, any discharges or by-products such as milk, Gomutra (cow’s urine) and cow dung inh…

Rentia Baras

Rentia Baras is the day when Gandhiji was born as per traditional Hindu calendar. It is observed on the 12th day during the Krishna Paksha or waning phase of moon in Bhadrapad month as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in Gujarat. Rentia Baras 2018 date is October 6.

Gandhiji writes about Rentia Baras in a letter written to Bapubhai on October 1, 1926.

I recognize no date as my birth anniversary. I know Rentia Baras. On that day, everyone should spin, and take a vow that he would spin regularly in future, and wear pure khadi if he has not been doing that.

Rentia Baras means ‘the twelfth day, dedicated to the spinning-wheel.’

Note – the birthday of Gandhiji is observed annually on October 2 – this is based on Gregorian calendar. The 12th day of the dark fortnight of Bhadrapada month is as per traditional Hindu calendar.

Note – The corresponding period as per traditional calendar followed in North India is the dark fortnight of the Ashvina Month.

Ramana Maharishi Answers

As the Self is one, why is it necessary to approach a Guru? Ramana Maharishi – In reality it is not necessary, but because we are dreaming on the physical plane, the presence of the realized Master is necessary to wake us up, to remind us of ourselves. When the proud elephant dreams that a lion is coming, he gets a shock and wakes up suddenly. As we are all dreaming, the help of a Guru, within this dream is necessary in order to force us wake up, as the eyes of the Guru disperse the dream. Which is the worst sin? Ramana Maharishi – By identifying yourself with the mind you kill the true Self.