What Happened Today at the Monastery?
Bodhinatha read from today’s Master Course Lesson and offered insights on the subconsious mind. He explained how all past happenings were registered in the subconscious mind. Those that are not correctly understood and resolved, such as disputes between husband and wife, will repeatedly surface to the conscious mind. He emphasized Gurudeva’s point about resolving disputes before going to sleep at night as a way to keep the subsconscious clear.
Yogi Jivanandanatha does the homa today.
Today’s Pilgrims and Visitors
Chinna Chinnakaruppan, an Engineer, and his wife, Dr. Nachu Chinnakaruppan, a pediatrician, arrived for the morning puja. Originally from Kothamangalam, S. India, they now reside in New Jersey with their two young children, Abwani (age 4) and Arun (age 2).
Following a tour of the Iraivan Temple they were then blessed to receive the Darshan of Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami.
On the left is Dr. Bhartendu Srivastava and his wife Uma from Toronto, Canada. With a week-long Pediatrician’s Conference taking place on Oahu, we have had several physicians visiting the temple these past few days.
(Center) Originally from Nallur, Sri Lanka, Sangarapillai Mahendran and his wife Amirthavathy both originally met Gurudeva in 1989. Sangarapillai’s mother strongly recommended that they pilgrimage to the Kauai Aadheenam – and so they did. Here all three couples pose with the silpis on the south side of the Iraivan Temple complex.
All of our visitors are happy to say that they have been subscribing to the Aadheenam’s International magazine “Hinduism Today” for many years and find it the most informative and inspiring magazine on Hinduism available today anywhere.
Iraivan Temple Construction Progress
West side overview shots of Iraivan. With the scaffolding removed we have a magnificent view of the roof line.
Faces and figures of Iraivan, close up.