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Moon Virtual Pooja

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Who can perform Lord Moon Pooja?

The Moon is a celestial body closest to the Earth and reflects the energy of the Sun. In astrology, the Moon rules human mind and emotions. Feminine archetype Goddess Parvati rules over the Moon and her characteristics define qualities of the Moon. She is the source of creative energy, and the dynamic extension of Lord Shiva.  Moon’s role in your life is to connect you to Goddess Power called Shakti. The Goddess is a mysterious force that has a tremendous amount of power and wisdom. Traditionally, the Moon is worshipped through different deities that represent his energy in each phase. You can specifically pray to him to receive blessings for the areas of life he rules:

  • Peace and happiness to prevail in your home and want to enjoy domestic life
  • Set right your relationship with your mother
  • Positive, creative, progressive mind and acquire stability of mind
  • Develop good intuition power and increase your consciousness level
  • Get over your health issues and enjoy good health

What are the blessings you receive on performing Moon Virtual Pooja?

Praying to Lord Moon online can bless you with the following benefits:

  • Enjoy good family life, build good connections and have good relation with women
  • Peace and stable environment around you at work and home
  • Productive and fruitful deals for business, or in social network
  • Gain control over your insecurities, negative outlook, neglectful attitude, and come to terms with vacillating, unsettled mind

When you should perform Online Moon Puja?

Online Moon Puja can be performed every day and especially on Mondays, the day of the week he rules.

Fire Lab or Moon Puja:

You can also participate in real time Moon homa or puja performed with elaborate rituals amidst Vedic chants by priests in India.

Mythology Behind Archetype Moon:

According to the mythology, Moon or Chandra is believed to have emerged from the cosmic ocean when it was churned by Devas (angels) and Asuras (demons). According to Markandeya Purana, the Moon is the son of sage Atri and his wife Anasuya, through the divine blessing of Lord Brahma.

There are many legends associated with the Moon’s family. In one such legend, he marries the twenty-seven daughters of King Daksha, who symbolize the 27 stars (Nakshatras) in astrology. When Moon adored only Rohini out of his 27 wives, the others went ahead and complained to Daksha, who in turn cursed the Moon to lose all his powers. Upon worshipping Lord Shiva, Moon was partially relieved from the curse, but, will be going through waxing and waning cycles.

Another popular legend states that Moon had an affair with Brihaspati’s (Jupiter) wife Tara and gave birth to Budha (Mercury). Due to his intellegence and brilliance, Moon was offered the status of a planet. He is also considered as one of the Devas and referred as Soma in ancient texts.

To Participate

The sacred scriptures prescribe fire ceremony, Abishekam (hydration ceremony), Pooja/Archana (Light and Sound ceremony), Yantra and Mantra (special sounds) as the ways to offer your prayer to the divine. Out of these, fire ceremony is the most evolved spiritual technology on earth to connect with the divine beings. Participate in the remedial services to clear your karma and receive the blessings.


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