Aspects of universal spiritual philosophy, spiritual practice and poetry within Indian Sacred Language and the Haidakhandi Aarti

 

by Sundar and All

This long title announces a workshop, where we will look at the prayers in the Artibook and try to understand the content of this inspired writing of old vedic masters and of Sri Mahendra Maharaj, an Indian Saint, learned wise man and devotee.

We will detect that the mantric language of the Arti is very poetic and a love letter to God, to Babaji, to us. That’s good for our soul and nourishes the deepest part of us, the most generic part of us, our soul.

Besides the love letter aspect, the text is speaking of many spiritual principles we want to keep in mind and learn to integrate in life. By singing them often, traditionally twice daily, the devotee gets automatically reminded of the spiritual principles to focus on; especially, if he sings with awareness of the content. Divine names are also there and can be understood and savoured. Lastly we are called and initiated into various spiritual practices, the royal way for transformation.

It will be my pleasure to show and present and discuss this with the participants and I will do my best to do it in a way that it may be of interest to the searching conscious mind and touch the seeker heart.

Naturally we will not only read the texts but will also sing them together.

I am sure we will have fun together!

Sundar

 

This workshop will take place on Saturday 1st July 2017 at Bhole Baba Ashram (Rieferath, Germany)

For more information or participate, check Next Generation Gathering.

 

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