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Sun Creates The King?

At Last, Your Royal Initiation Happens This Month – August –
Two exclusive events in this extraordinary month of August, one for initiation and the other a powerful transit, present an incredible opportunity to provide you a dramatic personal empowerment “shift” this August.On August 16th, the Sun is moving into Leo. Leo is the sign for kings/queens/ presidents/ leaders in all areas. You have the opportunity to obtain this King’s consciousness this month. Even if you are not born under Leo, you can still gain the magnifence of the Sun’s power.

On August 5th a vital additional celestial event by the name, Avani Avittam could maximize the Sun’s Potential, greatly enhancing your life.

The Sun is the king of the planets. No matter what your sign is, during these 30 days when the Sun is in Leo, this is the exact moment in time to enhance your will power, pride, determination, heart, vitality, life purpose, and motivation.

You will soon discover goals finally being accomplished which have been deemed impossible in the past to achieve.The reason is that there is a cosmic Sun energy vortex in a small geographical location here on earth where the energy of millions of Suns in the galaxy emanate. The Siddhas claimed that the Suns in the galaxy visit this place on a daily basis to receive energy for their sustenance. This small, previously abandoned temple is called Keela Surya Moolai.

The Amazing Revitalization of the Sun Temple
The Keela Surya Moolai (“Eastern Sun Temple”) has been fully renovated, re-energized, reopened, and ready for worship including the installation of a new Sanctum Sanctorum for Lakhsmi in a secretive form in which she has an auspicious 6 toes. Dattatreya Siva Baba has organized a special ritual here for 30 days – the entire period that the Sun stays in Leo.

What is in store for you on August 5th?
The Gayatri Mantra, a mantra dedicated to Sun is considered to be the greatest mantra of all. The ancients devised a method for proper reception of the Gayatri mantra to our psycho-spiritual bodies so that we advance both materially and spiritually. The technology that was used for this purpose is the sacred thread worn typically by the Brahmin community in India. Whenever you chant the Gayatri mantra, the sacred thread absorbs all the holy vibrations and releases them for your benefit.

The sacred thread is worn or renewed during the Vedic month of Avani (July 16th – August 16th) on the Sharavana star day. It is considered incredibly auspicious to offer prayers to Gayatri Linga on this significant day. This applies to one and all irrespective of whether you wear the sacred thread or not. Sponsoring the sacred thread ceremony or Upanayanam is a godly act which adds infinite merit to you.

What should you do to take advantage of these twin events?
Praying to Sun at Keela Surya Moolai boosts yourself in all areas of your life. Special Abhishekams have been arranged for the entire month when Sun is in Leo. You may also maximize your authority and leadership by getting an energized Sun yantra which also helps your progress in all areas of your life.

As per Siddhas, offering an abhishekam and archana to Gayatri Linga and Goddess Gayatri Devi on Avani Avittam day will give you total life benefits. You can participate in these poojas irrespective of whether you wear the sacred thread or not. So prepare for the royal sun entering its own sign by chanting the Gayatri Mantra and offering prayers to the Gayatri Linga.

More About the Sacred Thread Ceremony or Upanayanam:

Upanayanam, also called “sacred thread ceremony” is a ritual where the concept of Brahman is introduced to a young boy. Traditionally, the ceremony was performed to mark the point at which boys began their formal education.The hallmark of having gone through the Upanayana ceremony is the wearing of the Sacred Thread or Yajopavitam on the body. The thread is circular, being tied end-to-end (only one knot is permissible); it is normally supported on the left shoulder and wrapped around the body, falling underneath the right arm.

The length of the thread is generally 96 times the breadth of four fingers of a man, which is believed to be equal to his height. Each of the four fingers represents one of the four states that the soul of a man experiences: waking, dreaming, dreamless sleep and knowledge of the absolute.

Yajopavitam has three threads (actually only one thread, folded three times and tied together) each consisting of three strands. These threads represent

Goddess Gayatri (Goddess of mind),
Goddess Saraswati (Goddess of word) and
Goddess Savitri (Goddess of deed).

It denotes that one who wears the sacred thread should be pure in his thought, word and deed. The sacred thread reminds a Brahmachari to lead a regulated life with purity in his thought, word and deed. These threads also represent the debt that is owed to the guru, parents and society.

The knot in the middle represents the formless Brahman, the pure form of energy which pervades all. The three threads again represent the manifestation of Brahman as Srishti, Sthithi and Vinasa. The sacred thread illustrates the fact that everything in the universe emerges from and then merge with Brahman.

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