Malaysia Mission held their monthly Satsang in Citra’s Hall, Brickfield Kuala Lumpur on 12th March 2011
The Thiruvadi puja was started by chanting of pranava mantra AUM followed by guru ashtottara. The puja was conducted by Kulapati Sivajnani Nagappan. We all felt satguru’s blessings and his strong shakti present during the ceremony.
The mission was inspired to have the attendance of forty-three Saiva Siddhanta Church members, and a few participants from the public.
All the members felt very happy to see such a big turn out.
Having vibhuthi prasadam. This elder from the community attended the satsang session. He shared his view on “Will Power” Gave a long an explanation and finally said he was very impressed to see our satsang prayers.
According to him, our satsang was very systematic, and the only one that he has attended where everyone is given a chance to share their views for the discussion.
Followed by Natchintanai bhajans
And finally a meditation session.
One of the members son is reading a lesson from Merging with Siva The topic was “WILL POWER”
All the members shared their views based on the title.
Bodhinatha's Latest Upadeshas: "Not Getting Upset, Viewing Reaction from Higher Faculties" (September 14, 2014)
A measure of how serious we are in making spiritual progress is that we've learned the lesson from experience. Develop the ability to watch the mind think, understand the patterns of emotional action and reaction. Have the sense that you are a divine being to root out imperfections. Becoming upset is a temporary suspension of our higher faculties; transmute the energy into the third eye.
Master Course, Living with Siva, Lesson 149;
Master Course, Merging with Siva, Lesson 152;
Yogaswami, Words of our Master
"Eight Features of the Natha Sampradaya" (September 17, 2014)
We have to discover that part of us that is the Self. One of the important benefits of temple worship is it softens the ego. Recognize and love a Being greater than us, building humility. Go to Lord Murugan; His worship strengthens the kundalini. There's a power in learning through listening, shruti, that which is heard. Tradition, sadhana and tapas, informs, inspires, awakens potential.