Hare Krsna

"O, all-merciful spiritual master, representative of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, when will my mind completely surrendered unto your lotus feet? At that time, only by your mercy, I shall be able to get relief of all obstacles to spiritual life and I shall be seated in blissful life." Krsna, The Supreme Personality of Godhead

transcendingthemaze:

I felt You,
in the tresses of the wind,
As it blew Your touch
onto my skin.

The light of day
reminds me, of the warmth
of Your embrace.

To You I stumble,
in a drunken haze.
You are everywhere
I set my gaze.

This whirling intoxication
has left me spinning in longing

If this is love, then
I cannot be … without You.

💙❤️

O’ Beloved

transcendingthemaze:

I am torn, but the utterance
of Your praise
ignites ecstasy in every
cell of my being.

You gifted me Your name
amongst the wreckage
of my heartache.

It was always You
I adored
Always You
I had want for

And when I lay
down my head in shame

You bewilder me with
Your beauty, love and grace.

I found myself homeless
and You sheltered me from within.

Lost was I in Your glory
and in heaven in an instant.

astrologyreadings:

VISHNU- The Supreme Soul
Sasankhachakram sakirit kundalam, sapeetavastram sarasiru hekshanam
Sahaara vaksthala kaustubha sriyam, namaami vishnum shirasa caturbhujam
I bow my head to Viṣṇu, Who is adorned with a conch-shell and a spinning discus (chakra), Who has diamond-studded ear-hoops, Who wears a yellow robe, Who has a yellow silken robe, Who has lotus-like eyes, Who has the Kaustubha jewel, in a garland, present at the chest, Who has four-arms, and Who has a mark of Lakṣmi in the chest.
Vishnu is the Supreme God of Vaishnavism, one of the three main sects of Hinduism. 
Vishnu is also known as Narayana and Hari. Laksmi is the wife of Vishnu.
 The Vishnu Sahasranama declares Vishnu as Paramatman (supreme soul) and Parameshwara (supreme God). It describes Vishnu as the all-pervading essence of all beings, the master of—and beyond—the past, present and future, the creator and destroyer of all existences, one who supports, preserves, sustains and governs the universe and originates and develops all elements within.
Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya

astrologyreadings:

VISHNU- The Supreme Soul

Sasankhachakram sakirit kundalam, sapeetavastram sarasiru hekshanam

Sahaara vaksthala kaustubha sriyam, namaami vishnum shirasa caturbhujam

I bow my head to Viṣṇu, Who is adorned with a conch-shell and a spinning discus (chakra), Who has diamond-studded ear-hoops, Who wears a yellow robe, Who has a yellow silken robe, Who has lotus-like eyes, Who has the Kaustubha jewel, in a garland, present at the chest, Who has four-arms, and Who has a mark of Lakṣmi in the chest.

Vishnu is the Supreme God of Vaishnavism, one of the three main sects of Hinduism.

Vishnu is also known as Narayana and Hari. Laksmi is the wife of Vishnu.

 The Vishnu Sahasranama declares Vishnu as Paramatman (supreme soul) and Parameshwara (supreme God). It describes Vishnu as the all-pervading essence of all beings, the master of—and beyond—the past, present and future, the creator and destroyer of all existences, one who supports, preserves, sustains and governs the universe and originates and develops all elements within.

Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya

(via acetaiji)

bhrm555:

Lakshmi

tvayi devi parityaktamsakalam bhuvana-trayamvinashta-prayam abhavattvaye danim samedhitam"O goddess, the three worlds, having been abandoned by you, were on the verge of destruction—because of you, they have again recovered their position."

bhrm555:

Lakshmi

tvayi devi parityaktam
sakalam bhuvana-trayam
vinashta-prayam abhavat
tvaye danim samedhitam

"O goddess, the three worlds, having been abandoned by you, were on the verge of destruction—because of you, they have again recovered their position."

kam va dayalum saranam vrajema 

"In whom shall we take shelter other than Him?

kam va dayalum saranam vrajema

"In whom shall we take shelter other than Him?

ocean-of-nectar:

Shaantaakaaram Bhujagashayanam PadmanaabhamSuresham Vishwaadhaaram Gaganasadrasham Meghavarnam ShubhaangamLakshmikaantam Kamalanayanam Yogibhirdhyaanagamyam Vande Vishnum
Bhavabhayaharam Sarvalokaikanaatham

Lord Vishnu is the preserver and savior of the universe. Always calm and quiet he rests on the great serpent bed. The lotus flower of creative powers springs from the navel of Lord Vishnu. He is the ultimate al powerful  being, who supports the whole universe. The divine Lord Vishnu is omnipresent; he is pervading everywhere as the sky and  dark like the clouds. Vishnu, the lotus-eyed God is the Lord of Lakshmi devi the Goddess of fortune. The ascetics or yogis observe Lord Vishnu through meditation. Lord Vishnu is the destroyer of all fear in the universe. Hence we humbly  surrender to such a gracious and  beautiful personality Lord Vishnu.

ocean-of-nectar:

Shaantaakaaram Bhujagashayanam PadmanaabhamSuresham Vishwaadhaaram Gaganasadrasham Meghavarnam ShubhaangamLakshmikaantam Kamalanayanam Yogibhirdhyaanagamyam Vande Vishnum

Bhavabhayaharam Sarvalokaikanaatham

Lord Vishnu is the preserver and savior of the universe. Always calm and quiet he rests on the great serpent bed. The lotus flower of creative powers springs from the navel of Lord Vishnu. He is the ultimate al powerful  being, who supports the whole universe. The divine Lord Vishnu is omnipresent; he is pervading everywhere as the sky and  dark like the clouds. Vishnu, the lotus-eyed God is the Lord of Lakshmi devi the Goddess of fortune. The ascetics or yogis observe Lord Vishnu through meditation. Lord Vishnu is the destroyer of all fear in the universe. Hence we humbly  surrender to such a gracious and  beautiful personality Lord Vishnu.

ocean-of-nectar:

This Bhagavata Purana is as brilliant as the sun, and it has arisen just after the departure of Lord Krsna to His own abode, accompanied by religion, knowledge, etc. Persons who have lost their vision due to the dense darkness of ignorance in the age of Kali shall get light from this Purana. (SB 1.3.43)







  Divisions of the Creation


The conditioning [or creation] that took place because of it is divided in nine according to its material modifications [or modes: passion, goodness and ignorance],  according to the material qualities of eternal time [movement, knowledge and inertia], and depending its three types of dissolution [with time: the ending of humans, of animals and of the inertial realm of plants and the rest of the universe]. (15) The first one [the mahat-tattva, of the goodness] is the complete of the creation that emanated from the Lord with the three modes in interaction. The second one [of passion] is the I-awareness [or ego] from which proceeded material objects, material characteristics and material activities. (16) The third type of creation is that what was created as a mixture of matter [of ignorance] and [in the form of living beings] is of sense perception. Fourth there are the goods to the senses that constitute the practical basis of material knowledge. (17) The interaction [the movement] to the mode of goodness and the consequent mind results in the deities [ruling the senses] who constitute the fifth kind of creation. Sixth there is the darkness of creation [the slowness of matter] that turns masters into fools. (18) These are the six primary material creations. Now hear from me about the three secondary creations [of plant, animal and man] produced by the almighty incarnation of passion [Brahmâ] who is the intelligence of the Lord.

ocean-of-nectar:

This Bhagavata Purana is as brilliant as the sun, and it has arisen just after the departure of Lord Krsna to His own abode, accompanied by religion, knowledge, etc. Persons who have lost their vision due to the dense darkness of ignorance in the age of Kali shall get light from this Purana. (SB 1.3.43)

  Divisions of the Creation

The conditioning [or creation] that took place because of it is divided in nine according to its material modifications [or modes: passion, goodness and ignorance],  according to the material qualities of eternal time [movement, knowledge and inertia], and depending its three types of dissolution [with time: the ending of humans, of animals and of the inertial realm of plants and the rest of the universe]. (15) The first one [the mahat-tattva, of the goodness] is the complete of the creation that emanated from the Lord with the three modes in interaction. The second one [of passion] is the I-awareness [or ego] from which proceeded material objects, material characteristics and material activities. (16) The third type of creation is that what was created as a mixture of matter [of ignorance] and [in the form of living beings] is of sense perception. Fourth there are the goods to the senses that constitute the practical basis of material knowledge. (17) The interaction [the movement] to the mode of goodness and the consequent mind results in the deities [ruling the senses] who constitute the fifth kind of creation. Sixth there is the darkness of creation [the slowness of matter] that turns masters into fools. (18) These are the six primary material creations. Now hear from me about the three secondary creations [of plant, animal and man] produced by the almighty incarnation of passion [Brahmâ] who is the intelligence of the Lord.

You were a poem to me,
and you know what they say
about the world and poetry -
it’s never the same
once it has been touched
by someone like you.

— Pavana पवन (via maza-dohta)

(via ocean-of-nectar)