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Dancing Form of Ganesha in Home as per Hinduism and Vastu - Nirtya Ganpati Benefits

Dancing form of Ganesha is considered an auspicious murti in Hinduism. Keeping it at home is good as per Vastu. Dancing Ganesh (Nirtya Ganpati) ushers in good luck and peace. Here are some of the benefits of having Nirtya Ganpati murti at home. Keeping the dancing form of Ganesha at home helps in overcoming financial troubles. It is an ideal choice for solving debt related issues. It also helps in achieving success in stock market, lottery and games. His dancing energy at home or shop helps in keeping out negative forces. Keeping nirtya Ganptai murti at home is considered helpful in finding solution to property related problems. It is also good for recovering lost money. Keeping dancing Ganesh made of silver or gold helps in getting the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi. It also attracts positive energy. Keeping pure clay form of Ganesh is a good and effective solution to all Vastu related problems in the home. Ganesha is the one who can remove all troubles in l

Jyotir Dhyana – Meditation on Light

Jyotir Dhyana in Hinduism is the meditation on the inward light by a spiritual aspirant. It is advocated by Sage Patanjali in his Yogasutra and is a means of concentration. According to Sage Patanjali, concentration and meditation are the means to understand and realize the ultimate reality – the universe is the result of reflection and expression of this reality. Jyotir Dhyana is one among the numerous methods of concentration mentioned in the Yogasutra. The verse in Yogasutra that explains Jyotir Dhyana is: Vishoka va Jyotismati – concentration on the inner light leads to a state which is beyond sorrow. More than a verse it is an aphorism in the Yogasutra text. What is Jyotir Dhyana in Yoga and Meditation When sitting in meditation, while breathing in an aspirant should think of the heart as a lotus with petals touching the Sushumna (navel). While breathing out, the aspirant should imagine that the lotus with the petals is turned upward and that inside tha