Showing posts from March, 2018

Ramayana - A hidden interpretation!

Hello all, Namaste! Hope all of you had a fantastic week where you were able to bring in your inner divine masculine (actions) and divine feminine (emotions) more balanced so that your actions were taken according to the emotions or intuitions you were having. This week I was planning to write about another very strong lady, Kannagi who comes in a Tamil epic, 'Silapathikaram' (சிலப்பதிகாரம்). But once I posted last week's post about Seetha , suddenly a thought came to my mind with an utterly new interpretation about Ramayana. I was given such a thought in the first place to share it on the blog. Also, remember we have discussed many times in the mythological stories there are hidden or esoteric meanings embedded.  If I don't write about it this week, I will lose the idea altogether. Hence here it is.  Last week in the Seetha post, we already discussed the story of Ramayana , how when Rama and Seetha were in the forest, Seetha was abducted and taken to Lanka by

Seetha-The brave Queen!

Hello all, Namaste! Hope all of you had a great week where you were able to work some more towards fulfilling the destiny you were born to do. Humans are the only life form that can go back into previous experiences, think about it, reflect on it and make changes necessary to capture a better outcome for themselves. All of us are born with this awesome capability, but in the race for everyday life, we forget this completely and go about the life as if a boat in the wind. Shouldn't we change that be the true driver of our boat of life? Last week we discussed the divine feminine with Draupadi as an example with her own voice, freedom to speak her opinions and change the history as part of the Mahabharata in a major way. Today let us discuss another queen, Seetha and how she captured her own braveness in her life. She was another queen who in dire circumstances held on her own and is a great example for anyone having to struggle with their circumstances in their life. (Even tho

Most liked ones!

Moola Nakshatra - A Curse or a blessing?

Kannagi - The incensed lady!

Ashwathama - A lesson to be learned!

Satyam Vada! Dharmam Chara! (Speak your truth! Walk your purpose!)

Ardra nakshatra - The inconsolable human!

Draupadi -The bold Queen!

Kanyakumari - A Goddess waiting!