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Matangi Mahavidya And Matanga Rishi – Story Of Origin of Goddess Matangi

Story of origin of Matangi Mahavidya associated with Matanga Rishi is found in Brahma Yamala. It is believed that Matanga Rishi performed intense penance for several years and finally Goddess Shakti appeared in the form of Goddess Matangi Mahavidya before him. Another belief is that Matanga Rishi performed intense penance to get rid of evil forces from earth. Evil had raised its head so much that it was impossible for good to survive. To answer the prayers of Matanga Rishi, a powerful light appeared from the eyes of Goddess Tripura Sundari. That powerful light then appeared as Goddess Kali and then she took the form of Raja Matangi Mahavidya. Matangi Mahavidya is also known as Maha Pishachini and Ucchista Chandalini. Other names of this form of Goddess Shakti are Ucchista Matangi, Raja Matangi, Sumukhi, Vaishya Matangi, Karna Matangi etc.

Five Fingers - Five Chakras And Five Elements

The post deals the five chakras and five elements associated with the five fingers based on Hasta Yoga. In Hasta Yoga, the five fingers are associated with the five chakras – the energy transformers. Thumb – manipura or solar plexus Index finger – anahata or heart plexus Middle finger – vishuddha or throat plexus Ring finger – swadhisthana or sacral plexus Little finger – muladhara or root plexus. This is the reason why yogis, astrologers and saints suggest that there is a relationship between individual organs and the hands and fingers. Holding the fingers in various mudras therefore helps in curing numerous ailments in the body. Fingers are also a good indicators of the health condition of a person. Five Fingers and Five Elements In Hasta Yoga, the five fingers are associated with the five elements. Thumb – Agni or fire Index finger – Vayu or air Middle finger – Shunya or Space Ring finger – pirthvi or earth and Little finger – jal or water This is the

Stop Showing Unhappiness and Critical Attitude

Many of us knowingly or unknowingly display unhappiness and critical attitude to others. This actually does not do any good to anyone. It only spreads negative energy. So instead of carrying our gloom outside we need to learn to spread fun and laughter. Some people think that being a grouch will help them – they will be taken seriously by others. But this is not true. Simply putting a mask of seriousness will not help you achieve success. The respect you get out of it will be fake. The attitude that I am the center of the universe is bad for your mental health. Such people have a high chance of getting blood pressure and heart attack. Serious people are not at all resilient. They cannot face a crisis. They will crumble under pressure. To cultivate mental toughness one needs to be silly and fun loving. We need to accept all aspects of life. Be genuine and learn to laugh and be cheerful. www.hindu-blog.com