A resolve (Sankalp) made to alleviate obstacles in establishing a Hindu nation in the subtle plane, to overcome spiritual distress of seekers and for universal peace
Ramnathi (Goa) – On November 2, 2019, that is Kartik shukla paksha 6, Sadguru (Mrs.) Binda Singbal performed ‘Shri Ark Ganapati Pujan’ to remove obstacles in establishing a Hindu nation in the subtle plane, to remove spiritual distress in seekers and for universal peace. Saint H.H. Das Maharaj from Panval, Banda (Sindhudurg District), H.H. Das Maharai, Sanatan Sanstha Sadguru Rajendra Shinde, Sadguru (Miss) Anuradha Wadekar, H.H. (Mrs.) Sangita Jadhav, H.H. (Mrs.) Suman Naik and other Saints and seekers in the ashram attended it. After the worship seekers experienced greater emission of Divine Consciousness.
Ark means Surya (Sun God). Shri Ark Ganapati is the one who is radiant like the sun. ‘A small idol of a Ganapati should be sculpted using mud from an anthill and 108 durva (bermuda grass) blades should be offered to it. On every Saturday after September 7, 2019 ritualistic worship should be performed on nine Saturdays. After the worship, before sunset the Ganapati idol should be immersed in flowing water’. These were instructions from Maharshi Bhrugu and were complied with. The last worship from this series was performed on November 2, 2019.
‘Shri Kartikeya Pujan’ performed on the occasion of Skanda Shashthi
Ramnathi (Goa) – On the occasion of Skanda Shashthi (November 2, 2019 this year) Sadguru (Mrs.) Binda Singbal performed ritualistic worship of ‘Shri Kartikeya’. A resolve (sankalp) was made that this was being performed to alleviate the distress of seekers so that samashti (for sake of society) spiritual practice of seekers occurs to perfection. As instructed by Maharshi Bhrugu the idol of Shri Kartikeya was consecrated with rose water fortified with sandalwood.
1.Worship of both sons of Deity Shiva Shri Kartikeya and Shri Ganapati occurred on the same day as the former was being worshipped as it was Skanda Shashthi and the latter as it was a Saturday. Seekers expressed gratitude for being able to worship both Deities and for being able to receive Their blessings.
2. Many seekers experienced that the Shri Ganapati idol made from mud from an anthill resembled an Ashtavinayak.