Our Malaysia members have been very active and Kulapati Dhasan sends us some photos from the month of April.
Here we are at Basic Hinduism classes conducted by Kulapati Dhasan and his wife Kulamata, Lalitha.
“Please sit up children!”
(children:) “No ! No ! We will take our own comfortable” position!
“That’s okay! Good! Let’s proceed. First lesson on Gopuram.”
Saiva Siddhanta Church members helped Mr. and Mrs. Rajachandran to distribut free copies of “What is Hinduism” to the public at the Adi Ishwaran Sivan temple, in Sentul, Kuala Lumpure
We had Sivayogaswami mahasamadhi prayers in Yoga-Villa home Kajang. Members from Kuala Lumpur and Kajang gathered for satsang.
Devotee getting blessing from Siva Yogaswami and his personal walking stick.We were very fortunate to touch his walking stick.
It is an honor to our beloved Gurudeva Sivaya Subramuniyaswami and Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami for Saiva Siddhanta Church mission members to be invited earch year to participate in Siva Yogaswami maha samadhi prayers hosted by Dr.Thilagavathy Alagaratnam family at the Scott Road Skandaswami Temple.
Saiva Siddhanta Church members sing Siva Yogaswamigal’s Natchintanai songs.
Sevagar Dhasan Sivananda is giving a brief speech of Siva Yogaswami.
Prasadam served to deities.
Noon prayers conducted by temple priest.
On April 30th, the mission conducted pada puja and satsang at the Iraivan Illam in Klang.
Komaldeva Sivananda and Jhanarthanan are playing mridangam for Natchintanai songs.
A coordination discussion among members on Bodhinathas coming seminars and retreat events.
Hindus believe in each individual as a soul, a divine being who is inherently good. We all have a threefold nature: instinctive, intellectual, intuitive. Develop the intuitive/spiritual/soul nature with compassion, devotion, penance. Use the intellect to help subdue the instinctive mind. Guilt is not a part of Hinduism. There is no eternal hell. You have a continuity of consciousness when you transition to the inner worlds. There is no devil, but there are mischievous "asuras."