My quest for Truth opened like the unfoldment of the lavender petals of the ajna chakra to bring into view the Lotus Feet of Siva, who is Gurudeva, who is Bodhinatha, when I typed "Hindu" into a computer in 1997 and up sprang Gurudeva.org. I had returned consciously in this lifetime to Saiva Siddhanta, albeit in a Western body. The bondage of the ocean of tears became the freedom of the ocean of mercy. Each morning I link through TAKA to all the wisdom and guidance I need through the blessings of Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami. TAKA brings to light Lord Siva's anugraha shakti. It provides a living, flowing, stream of higher consciousness, a doorway to our soul. Bodhinatha's compassion is boundless and we are truly afforded the opportunity to be in oneness, through prapatti, with the Nandinatha Sampradaya and with the renunciate sannyasins of Kauai Aadheenam as we are held by Siva's grace in Bodhinatha's loving hands. TAKA brings us into a singular consciousness as a Hindu family from every corner of our planet to the place where Siva walks the Earth, where amrita flows freely, to the gate of the San Marga, the straight path to God. It is an honor for us all to be given the gift, the ability, to support this invaluable resource as we are buoyed up by it daily in our journey together toward merging with Siva.
Mr. Hitesvara Saravan,
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"There are three kinds of karma: the karma of all deeds done in our past lives; the karmas we bring into this birth to experience; and the karmas we are making by our actions now."
Karma is an automatic system of divine justice. Karma is self-created destiny; a consequence or fruit of action, karmaphala. By accepting not reacting, performing karma yoga, karma can be softened, mitigated. Seeking the grace of God and guru in the right spirit, the mind focused on the Deity and open to blessings, receiving the intense grace of the Deity in a powerful pilgrimage can actually eliminate karma.
Path to Siva, Lesson 31.
Tirukural, Section IV, Destiny, Commentary by Gurudeva.