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Uni5 Selftual Navarathri Book 2017 2 months 1 week ago #2111

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2.8 DURGAA STHUTHI
Objective: This is chanted to feel gratitude to AMMA, the single Energy that manifests in many forms in us.
Aum Satgurubhyo Namaha, Aum Haree Shree Ganapataye Namaha
Devi Mahatmiya Navaratri Role Play
Role Play during Navaratri based on Devi Mahatmiyam:
Each day of Navaratri 2 shlokas can be done and for 10 days 20, extra 3 shlokas can be done along with it. In school situation during holidays at weekends we can do extra in working days. The main aim is to make the child and us to feel and connect the energy [ParaSakthi] within us from cosmos depicted as DEVI.
Perform the below things during Morning Prayer, Devi Pooja and in front of Golu.
Each Sloka must be recited 3 times with utmost pronunciation with full devotion.
After reciting sloka, explain the meaning of sloka with quoting examples from day to day life.
Navaratri is realizing that the Divine Power in the center of the house or the center of the temple is Devi who residing as highest quality within us. Using those highest qualities, what are we going to do for our family, society and nature is very much needed to be explained in current situation.
Our selftual’s high qualities are represented as Devi at outer layer.
The bad things that may occur due to our innocence are represented as Asuras.
We need explain that the bad qualities had to be fought with awareness is represented as the war between Devi and Asuras. (Separate Essay)

AUM
1. Athi Soumyaadhi Roudryayai Nathaas Thasyai Namo Namaha
Namo Jagath Pradhishittayai Thevyai Kruthiyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- Salutations to Devi who is in the form of the Panchabhootha structure within the Universe and who is very beautifully structured. Salutations to Devi who resists the evil nature through deep knowledge. Salutations to Devi who is this Earth. Salutations to Devi who provides operation power to support our life on this Earth.

2. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Vishnu Maayethi Sapthika
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who is in the form of Vishnu the intelligence pattern across the Universe and within mySelf.




3. Yaa Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Chethanethiyabi Theeyathaey
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who expresses as the life form in all the living beings including the life within my body.

4. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Buddhi Roopana Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides in me as the intelligence that analyses and distinguishes the good and bad within me.

5. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Nithra Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides in me as my Health, immunity and as the Energy form for relaxation and sleep.

6. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Shoodha Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides in me as my hunger for health and knowledge.

7. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Saaya Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who expresses according to one’s thoughts and who reflects as the life based on one’s thoughts.

8. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Shakthi Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides as the Body, Mind, Intelligence, Awareness and Consciousness Energy and the PanchaBootha Energy in me.

9. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Thrushana Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides as the form of purpose to attain a Goal within me.


10. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Shaanthi Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides as the form of Patience within me.

11. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Jaathi Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides as the form to distinguish between different things within me.

12. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Lacchha Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides in me as the Caution from the nature of the shame that can result from an evil act.

13. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Shaanthi Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides as the form of self-satisfaction with peace within me.

14. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Saartha Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides within me as the dedication to complete the actions.

15. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Gaandhi Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who expresses as the light vibrations of good quality thoughts within me.

16. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Lakshmi Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect Salutations to Devi, who resides within me as the Auspicious nature with High Intention- which is the true.



17. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Swaruthi Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides in me as the repetition to cause and create good quality thoughts and actions.

18. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Smruthi Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect Salutations to Devi, who resides as the Memory power within me.

19. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Thayaa Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who resides as the quality to look at all living beings and people in the same condition as mine and to feel and shower pure, selfless and unconditional love on every being.

20. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Thushti Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who makes me feel self-satisfied, and pleasurable with what I have.

21. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Maathru Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect, Salutations to Devi, who is the Universal mother, my Mother, the Motherhood in every single woman with pure, selfness nature of Motherhood.

22. Ya Devi Sarva Bhootheshu Braandhi Roopanae Samsthitha
Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namasthasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect Salutations to Devi, who makes me realize the diversity of the nature of each object.

23. Indhriyanaam Adhishtaathri Bhoothaanaam Akilaeshuyaa
Bhootheshu Sathatham Thasyai Viyabthi Deviyai Namo Namaha

Meaning:- With immense gratitude and respect Salutations to Devi, who resides as the consumption power of five senses and to enjoy those five senses within me.




Ya devi sarvabhuteshu buddhi - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu nidra - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu ksudha - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu chhaya - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu shakti - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu trisna - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu ksanti - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu lajja - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu shanti - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu Sraddha - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu kanti - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu lakshmi - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …



Ya devi sarvabhuteshu vritti - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu smriti - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu daya - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu tusti - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
Ya devi sarvabhuteshu matri - rupena samsthita, namas tasyai … … …
To that goddess who in all beings is called Visnumaya
Salutations, Salutations, Salutations to Thee, again, and again.

Meaning in English of the Stuti mantra Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu


To that goddess who abides in all beings as intelligence : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as sleep : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as hunger : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as reflection : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as power : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as thirst : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as forgiveness : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as modesty : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as peace : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as faith : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as loveliness : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as good fortune : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as activity : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as memory : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as compassion : Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as contentment ; Sautaions to Thee, …
To that goddess who abides in all beings as mother : Sautaions to Thee, …


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How to Involve Children in Navarathri
1) Allow them to help arrange steps if feasible. Involve them in arranging of dolls in steps and decoration.
2) can offer steps exclusively for kids creation and let them arrange their step. Allow them to start their own creations for Navaratri like drawing, car arranging etc.,
3) allow them to keep flowers on steps in every day Navaratri pooja
4) I will have my kids to sit down completely for mahisasura mardhini stotram and ask them to meditate and pray for their wish. I Encourage them to communicate to God through this.
5) Everyday in evening, cleaning home and setting up for pooja, kids can be involved.
6) until the start of Lalitha Sahasranamam, Kids will be observing and participating in rituals. After completion of Lalitha Sahasranamam, they will rejoin. Since my kids are small, they will not have much patience. So I did this to give a break and also make sure they join Beginning and completion of rituals.
7) in between rituals, If guests arrive, kids will take care of them.
8) I allowed my kids to distribute Prasadam and fruits and small toys for their friends.
8) Followed a rule that on special poojas, they have to be present. They were so excited when I made them to conduct dolls marriage as first special pooja which encouraged them to be present for other poojas.
9) Can allow kids to dance or play music if they know and interested. By Subha Ramalingam Sept 2018

Additional Tips 1. Having children give Paarayanam or share the significance of Navarathri, sharing stories and meaning behind everything. Example each day they can tell the story of Devi and Asuras and what they really mean to us. Details can be taken here. When they speak about this every day it imbibes in this personal knowledge and brings a change in their life. uni5.co/index.php/en/vedic-gods2/trinity...tripura-sundari.html

2. Inviting non-Indians and non-Hindus to the celebration and sharing the message and culture, developing immense pride and appreciation for our culture.

3. Singing bhajans and kritans, developing a direct connection with God. Also, eliminating STAGE FRIGHT, the process of preparation, and having a greater understanding/appreciation of our languages and beauty of poetry (eg. I personally love singing and calling Devi “Maradaka Shyama Sundari” when singing). Simple bhajans even two lines is enough. They can ask for a chorus to also sing the repeats while they lead the song.


4. Giving prasad and bringing and spending time with guests. This is important because children will learn that life is not about living for yourself and conserving and spending resources for yourself and your loved ones. Seeing God and goodness in everyone is important. When guest comes let children give kumkum, ash , chandan paste etc to the guest. If foreigners come let them wear it for them in their forehead. Give them one flower or a petal to the guest to offer to the main deity and make a connection.

5. The process of having a vrata is important for children. The feeling of inviting Devi inside your home and in your heart, who gives you everlasting joy and courage and a sense of hope, is an experience/feeling every child should experience. The children should really understand between blind superstitious belief and God's functionality of Energy through Navarathri.

6. They can sprout wheat grass or mung beans a week before Navarathri and used as a symbol of Energy growth and also
as a fun learning activity to make like a park in the golu.

7. The 10 steps they can understand the zero to 9 number system, the basis of the Universal Number system. Each day they can explain to the visitors about the golu and about the various stages of
evolution and how we are all one energy source but at various levels. This will help and connect deeply in learning the science and math and language at school.

8. They can connect Golu to math, physics, chemistry, biology and language, economics, philosophy etc and explaining them to all
develop their speaking talent and confidence as well.

9. When they grow these cultural upbringing strengthens their identity and their center point where to connect and get guidance when they face hardships and challenges in life.
10. This celebrations with everyone gives a sense of oneness with all, social embracement, empathy and purpose of life.

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Excerpt from the upcoming Uni5 Selftual Navarathri Book 2017

Navarathri Golu is a very important tool to understand scientific concepts (Shastras) by children and adults using perceptible dolls of Cosmic Energy pattern.

One of the Energy's phenomenon is expressed as motion. In modern age we study it as Newton's three laws of motion. But we all including children forget it. By connecting to Navarathri Golu we can easily remember it deeply.

During the First three days we invoke Goddess Durga. Durga removes "Tamas or laziness (inertia) within us and finally kills Mahisasura.

What is inertia? Resisting change (being stubborn by continuing the current state of action) is inertia. Any "Body" will remain in its own state of existence unless and until it is acted upon by an external force. This is Newton's first law. Everybody forgets it because it is not connected to our Self.

This means a ball will continue to roll until it is stopped by any other force. This will be true for any "Body" including objects outside of us, like automobiles, rocks and even resting objects around us.

Vishnu was continuing to sleep (resting body) even when Brahma was attacked by Madhu-Kaidaba asuras. Vishnu wokeup only when Durga force woke him up. This is why we give the credit of killing madhu and Kaidabha to Durga, the inertia removing force in Navarathri.

In Uni5 schools our teachers connects this principle to our own inert behavior patterns and that brings double benefit to the children. Our Rishi's conveyed science (shastras) through Universal cosmic patterns (Puranas), so we use the same for teaching modern science.

Children are asked about all those actions that they perform continuously until an external force is acted upon them to stop it. They answer that they continue to sleep until an external force in the form of alarm or mother’s screaming voice wakes them up. Other examples like sitting in couch and watching TV continues until an external force or internal force (tired eyes, hunger etc) sets in.

This changing force is Durga which is what we invoke in the first three days of Navarathri.

Children understand that the laws of nature connects to our working of inner-faculties too. This self connection makes them to remember the laws for a longer time.

In advanced level, we ask children to substitute the word "body" to "mind" and read again...

Every mind persists in its state of being at rest or of moving uniformly straight forward, unless it is compelled to change its state by an internal or external force. Internal force is inspiration and external force is pain or suffering resulting because of our lazy nature.

Through questioning and discussion we can make children connect to the aspect of mind energy which also follows the same pattern. Unless a mind is compelled to change by the force of "rational-intelligence", it continues to exist in its own state. We connect to how the belief’s of the mind can be changed by the force of rational thinking. Here we connect to historical events that lead from belief’s to rational thinking.

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