Toshadevi Nataraja with her daughter Velika. Toshadevi is an ardent student of the Master Course and gives powerful testimony on how much Gurudeva’s teachings have affected her life. She is also a dedicated supporter of Iraivan. She came on this pilgrimage all the way from beautiful island of St. Lucia. Her daughter Velika is is in university in New York and they are having some quality time together. Velika is a student of pediatric psychology and working on some programs that address issues of domestic violence. They send a big “Aloha” to the rest of their family who could not join them. Mother and daughter are having quality time together.
Tina Desai from Ontario, Canada has complete Level Three of the Master Course and is firmly committed to becoming a sishya of Bodhinatha and joining the fellowship of Saiva Siddhanta Church. Tina tells the amazing story of how her father subscribed to the New Saivite world when she was just 18 years old in 1979, how she was raised on Hinduism Today and knew from the start that Gurudeva, Bodhinatha and the Kailasa Parampara are her spiritual home.
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Prostrations To Lord Ganesa! Jai Satguru Bodhinatha!Jai Gurudeva . Thank you ladies for the kind comments. It really was a happy time for both of us. words cannot express our gratitude for this opportunity. It feels wonderful to be a part of this devoted family of Saivite Hindus. Dear Padmaja I missed seeing you and your Lovely Pooja. Last year I enjoyed making the decorations with you and the group. I learnt alot from you.Aum shanti
Anbe sivamayam Satyame parasivam.! Prostrations to the Precious feet of our Dear Satguru Bodhinatha! Congratulations to you My Sister Tina. Your are a fine example of what I am striving to be . Thanks for your kind heart, considerate nature,and selflessness. May you be blessed always. Aum shanti
Religion needs to be of the present. Mankind is evolving spiritually; mass consciousness is rising. When we go to the temple, in the right spirit, contributing devotion and prana, being open to the blessings of the Deity; it purifies the mind. The Hindu religion focuses on the mind; purifies it; controls it, subdues the ego, makes us more humble.