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Muladhara Chakra - 10 Benefits Of Awakening Muladhara Chakra

Muladhara Chakra is excellent in strengthening the pelvic area. Other Muladhara Chakra benefits include: Relieves pain in the lower body Good for menstrual cramping Intestinal spasms Coldness Nervousness Anxiety Stress relating to fearfulness and forgetfulness. Helps women to release menstrual blood and cleanse body. Good for women in menopause. Muladhara Chakra Information  Muladhara Chakra is the first of the seven main chakra points. Moola means root or origin Adhara means basis or foundation  It lies at the lowest point of the spinal column below the Coccyx.  It lies between the origin of the reproductive organ and anus. In Hinduism, it is believed that Kundalini Shakti has its roots in the Muladhara Chakra but is lying in a dormant state. A devotee has to awaken it.  It takes deep meditation, different kinds of pranayama exercises, and many asanas and above all a purified, creative and quiet life to complete the awakening process of the Muladhara Chakra.

Education System in Hinduism

The Hindu system of education has its roots in the Vedic culture. There are certain ideals and values that have been cherished in and fostered through education in Hinduism. Vedas are the foundation of Hindu education and of everything else Hindu. Hindu ideals and values are enshrined in Vedas in the form of prayers offered by the Rishis and sages. Lead us from the unreal to the real, from darkness to light, from death to immortality. This is the famous Upnaishadic aspiration and serves as the goal of education in Hindu religion. In the Hindu system of education, great emphasis is laid on understanding the nature of reality and the relation of self to this reality. It is taught that reality is invariable and imperishable and the individual self, like other transient forms, is a part of this real Universal Self. Thus, one of the goals of education is self-realization and realization of the Self. The Hindu system of education is based on the following principles:

Chandra Yantra – Mantra – Benefits – Wearing Procedure Of Chandra Yantra

Chandra Yantra is associated with the moon god in Hinduism. The important benefits of wearing Chandra yantra is that it helps in achieving success in business and relationships. The Chandra yantra wearing procedure and mantra is given below. Chandra Yantra Mantra Om Shram Shreem Shroum Sa Om Chandraya Namah ॐ श्रां श्रीं श्रौं सः ॐ चंद्राय नमः Chandra Yantra Benefits The person wearing the yantra will overcome all kinds of trouble in life due to the bad positioning of Chandra Navagraha in horoscope. There will be success in job related matters. Those looking for new job will soon get the desired job. Farmers, business people and shop owners will see increase in profit. The status of the person in society will improve. Those looking for award and rewards will get them. New position in company, politics, government etc. Blessing of Shiva in overcoming difficulties in life Wearing Procedure Of Chandra Yantra The Yantra should be worn on Monday or on f

Atharvan - Vedic Rishi - Physician

Atharvan is the name of a Rishi found in the Rig Veda and the Atharva Veda. As per Satapatha Brahmana he is an ancient wise teacher. It is widely accepted that the Atharva Veda, the fourth of the Vedas, was once known as Atharvana Veda. It is stated in the Rig Veda that Atharvan produced Agni or fire. Thus he was the messenger of Surya (Sun) on Earth. Rig Veda also mentions that he brought order on earth through Yajnas. He had the blessings of Indra. Atharva Veda mentions about the rishi receiving Kamadhenu, divine cow, as a gift from Varuna. The Rishi is believed to have gifted ‘Soma Juice’ to Indra. Atharvan is also a generic term used to refer to priests in the Vedas. Thus Rig Veda mentions about Bhishaj Atharvan and Brihaddiva Atharvana. The prefix Bhishaj relates to physician. Thus the Atharvana priests might have been famous physicians. This argument gets more strength as Bhishaj Atharvana is a composer of Atharva Veda, which is mainly concerned with cures.