May 5, 2023 - On the auspicious occasion of Chitra Pournami
“Chitra” is the first month of the Tamil calendar and “Pournami” is the full moon day in the Hindu calendar. Chitra Pournami marks the first full moon since Tamil New Year on April 14th and is known for its spiritual importance and significance.
On May 5th each year, Hindus world-wide celebrate Chitra Pournami with many festivals and sacred rituals. This is also one of the full moons during the year that attracts the most people to make the sacred walk around the holy mountain, Arunachala in the town of Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, South India - the birthplace of the SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam.
Nominations for the May 5, 2023 KAILASA Om Award Ceremonies are now open.
July 3, 2023 - On the auspicious occasion of Guru
The word Guru is the combination of two Sanskrit ords – “Gu” meaning darkness and “Ru” meaning light. A Guru is a spiritual teacher, guide or enlightened master who leads disciples from darkness to light. A fundamental aspect of Hinduism is the Guru-Disciple relationship. The Guru is said to be more important than God. God is always and everywhere, but it is the Guru who opens the Disciple’s eyes to the existence of God. The Guru is the doorway to one’s own experience of the Divine.
Guru Purnima is a day to celebrate the happening of the Guru in our lives. It is a day when disciples offer gifts of gratitude to the Guru and, in return, the Guru liberates them from negative patterns that are blocking their success. For this reason, Guru Purnima is key to achieving higher states of consciousness since lifetimes of negative patterns are dissolved by the Guru.
Nominations for the July 3, 2023 KAILASA Om Award Ceremonies are now open.
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