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There is only one Truth and a single path to Truth, only views are different.

Mission of Sakthi Foundation is to unify everyone by helping to understand that their views are only different levels of expressions of one single concept (Energy). This unification or unity in diversity is Peace or love or happiness, which is established only by embracing our view with others view and contemplate why the views differ.

Please discuss all topics in this blog with the above intention. We can discuss here Atheism, all Religions, Spirituality, Science in connection to body, mind, intelligence, Awareness and Consciousness.

To achieve this we are giving you a template where you can identify your views and others view. This will guaranteed Unity, peace, love and happiness. With this Universal template, all difference of opinion between religions, science will melt away like heat melting all different ice cubes to pure water.

Five templates that will unify all our thoughts.
Check if our view is based on the knowledge we got from our
1. physical senses
2. Our personal strong likes and dislikes'
3. A logical pattern
4. connection to our Self
5. That is universal to all at times.

We will find that every view of us is at one of the five levels. The higher level is that which stays for longer and universal. This view will bring peace and happiness in our lives.

”ஊர் கூடினால் தான் தேர் நகரும்” - தைப்பூசம் கட்டுரை [Thai Poosam Festival]

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”ஊர் கூடினால் தான் தேர் நகரும்” - தைப்பூசம் கட்டுரை


இன்று [24.1.2016] தமிழகத்திலும் இலங்கை, சிங்கப்பூர் மற்றும் மலேஷிய தேசங்களில் முருகப் பெருமானுக்குத் தைப் பூசத் திருநாள் கொண்டாடப்படுகின்றது.

நமது செந்துரையில் UNI5 CENTERன் சார்பில் பல ஆண்டுகள் முன் தைப்பூசம் ஒரு முறை மிக விமர்சியாகக் கொண்டாடப் பட்டது.

தற்போதும் பள்ளியில் முருகனுக்கு மிக விமர்சியாகத் தைப்பூசம் நடத்தப்பட்டது.

தை மாதம் என்பது தமிழகத்தில் அறுவடை முடிந்த காலம்.அக்காலத்தில் அதிகம் விவசாயிகள் வாழ்ந்த காலம்.அப்போது கையில் அறுவடையின் பலனாகப் பணமும் பொருளும் இருக்கும் காலம்.

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St.Thomas tomb in Madras - a true report

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தர்மம் மிகு சென்னையில் புனித தாம்ஸின் ஜீவசமாதி

புனித தாமஸ் பாரத தேசத்தில் குறிப்பாக மயிலையில் உள்ள சாந்தோம் பகுதியில் வாழ்ந்துள்ளார் என்பதில் ஐயம் இல்லை. தாமஸ் தம் ஆத்மா  ஷாந்தி அடைந்ததால் அவ்வூர் சாந்தோம் ஆனது. மயிலையைச் சுற்றியுள்ள பகுதிகளில் அவர் ஏசுவின் ஆன்மீக நெறிகளை ப்ரச்சாரம் செய்துள்ளார்.

அவர் காலத்தில் அவர் பரப்பிய கிறிஸ்துவ நெறி இன்றையதில் இருந்து சற்று மாறுபட்டதே! உள்ளூர் அரசனின் ஆதரவும் மக்களும் அவருக்கு இருந்துள்ளது.

அவர் கல்லால் செதுக்கிய புனிதச் சிலுவையும் அதைச் சுற்றியுள்ள திருவாச்சியும் அதை உள்படுத்த வடித்தக் கருங்கல் மண்டபமும் புனித தீர்த்த பெருங்கிண்ணமும் சாந்தோம் தேவாலய அருங்காட்சியகத்தில் உள்ளன.

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St.Thomas could not have been killed

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புனித தாமஸை மதவாதிகள் எதிர்த்தனரா?
புனித தாமஸ் பாரத தேசத்திற்கு வந்து தன் ஆசான் ஏசு கூறிய சத்யப்பொருளின் மூல சாரத்தை உணர்ந்துள்ளார்.தம் தேசத்து மக்களுக்கு ஏசு அதை விளக்கியுள்ளதை எடுத்துக் காட்டியும் இருக்கிறார்.இதை ஏற்றுக் கொண்டவர்கள் நம் மக்கள்.

ஆனால் ப்ரச்சனை எங்கு வந்திருக்கும் தெரியுமோ?
இன்றும் நம் தேசத்தில் பற்பல ஆச்சாரியர்களைப் பின்பற்றுபவர்கள் கண்மூடித் தனமான போக்கில் தம் ஆச்சாரியனை விட மேலோங்கியவரோ இணையானவரோ வேறில்லர் என்று கூறிவிடும் போது சமூஹத்தில் பிற ஜனங்கள் மன சங்கடத்துக்கு ஆளாகி, வெறுக்க ஆரம்பிக்கிறார்கள்.

இதையே தான் தாமஸின் பாரதச் சீடர்கள் செய்திருக்க வேண்டும்.இதன் மூலம் பிற கொள்கைகளையும் ஆசான்களையும் பின்பற்றுவோருக்குத் தாமஸின் ஆன்மீக நெறி மீது வெறுப்பும் பழி வாங்கும் எண்ணமும் மேலோங்கி இருத்தல் வேண்டும்.

அரசியல் சூழலும் இதற்குத் துணை போய் இருத்தல் வேண்டும்.

ஆனால் தாமஸின் கல்லறை என்பது இன்றைய புனித ஜீவசமாதிகளுக்கு நிகரானதே! ஏனெனில் பல மதத்து மக்களும் அதை வணங்கினர், வணங்குகிறார்கள் என்பதே உண்மை.

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St.Thomas - a respected disciple of Christ by Indians

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St.தாமஸும் பாரத தேசமும்

 

பாரத தேசம் பல சமயங்களின் பிறப்பிடம் ஆகும்.

தூய பக்தியும் ஞானமும் கலந்த ஆன்மீக வழியில் மனிதன் தன் மனதைச் சமைப்பது - பக்குவம் செய்வது சமயம் எனப்படும்.

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Tharangampadi - Birth places of Indian press and Indian protestant Christianity

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தரங்கம்பாடி – Birth place of Indian press and Protestant Christianity in India

பாரத தேசத்தில் முதன்முதலில் அச்சில் ஏறிய மொழி எது?

தமிழ் தான்!

எங்கே அந்த அச்சுக்கூடம் அமைந்தது?

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Need of Buddism for present day - Tamil version

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போதியின் கீழ் பரிணமித்தவர்

தெளிந்த ஞானத்தின் மூலம் தன்னை யார் என்று உணர்ந்த தன்மைக்கு ”புத்த” என்று பெயர்.அத்தன்மையை அடைந்த சித்தார்த்த கெளதமர் என்ற இளவரசன் புத்தர் ஆனார்.இத்தன்மையை உலகில் யார் வேண்டுமானாலும் - மதம்-மொழி-சாதி-குலம்-தொழில்-பால்-இனம்-நாடு வேறுபாடு இன்றி அடைய முடியும் என்பதையே புத்தர் பலவழிகளில் தன் வழிகாட்டுதல்கள் மூலம் உலகிற்கு உணர்த்தினார்.

புத்தர் வாழ்ந்த காலத்தில் வேத வழியில் உள்ள சமயங்களை ஒரு குறிப்பிட்ட சாதி மக்கள் தங்கள் கைவசம் எடுத்துக் கொண்டு அதன் மூலம் சுயநலத்துடன் அரசியல்-பொருளாதார-பதவி-பட்ட-செல்வாக்கினைத் தேடினர்.

சாதிப் பாகுபாடுகளும், அதை ஒட்டிய பல தனிமனிதக் கொடுமைகளும், அவமதிப்புகளும், மிகவும் கண்மூடித் தனமான மூட நம்பிக்கைகளும் புத்தர் வாழ்ந்த காலத்தில் நாட்டில் மண்டிக்கிடந்தன.

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Bhavani - legend about Thriveni sangam of Tamil Nadu

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A town named with proper noun...

Bhavani - the name itself reflects the vibration of the sacred name of Goddess. Bhavani is one of the most celebrated names of Goddess Maha Sakthi. Bhavani means ''one who never fails...''

Maharastra state celebrates Bhavani Devi as the predominant energy as Tulja Bhavani. Veera Shivaji was an ardent devotee of Bhavani Devi.

Bhavani is a small but famous island like township [famous for weaving] in Erode district of Tamil Nadu. The town is 14 Kms from Erode city. It is being titled as ‘’carpet city’’ also. The town is named behalf of the predominant deity - Sellandi Amman - Maha Kali. She has been enshrined at the middle of the town.

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108 names of Annapoorna Devi - Tamil and English

SAKTHI FOUNDATION - CAC

 

ANNAPOORANAI ARCHANAI  - 108 NAMES

ஓம் சத்குருப்யோ நமஹா

ஓம் மஹாகணபதயே நமஹா

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Deva Deepawali of Tamil Nadu - Aadi 18th festival for Cauvery river [Englihs]

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Uni5 - Aadi 18 Festival - Festival of water conservation.

Aadi month in Tamil is referred as Karkadaka in Sanskrith. This falls in mid of July every year. Aadi first is the Dakshi yaa yanam month.

Sun shine falls much in the southern part of the Earth by which seasonal changes.

In Tamil Nadu this month brings the monsoonal winds from South west direction.

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18 steps of Ayyapan - Tamil version [UNI5 explanation]

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பொன்னு பதினெட்டாம் படி....

சபரி மலையில் 18 படிகளை ஏறிச் சென்றால், அதோ பொன் அம்பலத்துக்குள் ஐயன் ஐயப்பன் நெய் விளக்குகளின் ஒளியில் ஜொலிக்கிறார்.

கொஞ்சம் அவரைப் பார்ப்பதற்கு முன் வெளிவாசல் மேல்கூரையைப் பாருங்கள் - ’தத்வமஸி’ என்று எழுதி இருக்கிறதா?

அது தான் சபைமலைக்குச் செல்பவருக்கு வாழ்க்கையில் கிடைக்கப் போகும் மிக உயர்ந்த செல்வம்!

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16 Names of Ganesha for daily archana - Tamil and English

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16 Names of Ganesha for archana

ஓம் சத் குருப்யோ நமஹா! OM Sath Gurup yo namaha

ஓம் ஸ்ரீம் ஹ்ரீம் க்லீம் க்லெளம் கம் கணபதயே வரவரத சர்வ ஜனம்மே வச்சமானாய ஸ்வாஹா!

ஓம் சுமுகாய நமஹா: Om sumukaaya namaha

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Thiruvilayadal puranam - 20. Feeding sugar cane to stone elephant

20. Feeding Sugarcane to Stone Elephant

The Pandya who was ruling at the time came to know that a Siddhar had visited his kingdom and conducted a discourse. He was very surprised and eager to meet the enlightened one, use his powers.

So he sent his soldiers to escort the Siddhar. Will such an enlightened one oblige? Such people have neither fear nor desire and so he refused to visit the king in his palace.

What this means is that the mind clears only with intense practice, not by force. It also shows that pure minds do not seek worldly pleasures.

The next day was the first day of the Tamil month Thai, when the sun changes its direction. The people of Madurai celebrate Makara Sankranthi very beautifully. Sun symbolises awareness of the divine truth.

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Thiruvilayadal puranam - 19. All knowing Siddhar

19. The All-knowing Siddhar

‘Ellam Valla Siddhar’ sits peacefully with his fingers in chin mudra in the sanctum sanctorum to the right of Durga’s sanctum sanctorum near the abhisheka teertham.

He bestowed Sakthi Foundation with 12A 80G status

It is customary for devotees to offer flower cones when their prayers are answered. Sakthi Foundation too offered the flowers when we got 80G certification honestly and without much cost when we prayed to the Siddhar.

There is also a copper idol of the Siddhar near the deity. His naughty smile is so attractive!

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Thiruvilayadal puranam - 18. The Union of Clouds

18. The Union of Clouds

Though Varuna was upset about the state of affairs, Indra instigated him into thinking arrogantly that there was nothing to fear from mere humans who depended on the Gods for their very lives.

Where are prayers and penance?

This is the state we are in even today. We do not care for nature. In those days - why, even ten years ago - we would perform yagas and chant Varuna’s name if monsoons failed. But today, because there is no unity among people, all that is lost. People are content so long as their individual lives run smoothly. We think someone else will take responsibility.

When Muthuswami Deekshitar was passing by Sathanur, he was dejected to see the land struck by drought. He sang in Amrithavarshini raga and brought rains to the region. Today musicians can come together to sing. But where is the money in that?

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Thiruvilayadal puranam - 17. The Seas Dry Up

17. The Seas Dry Up

Who is the seller of gems?

The Lord came to Madurai to sell high quality jewels. So long as everything in the universe is a manifestation of the One, the jeweller  too is that One. But only those traders who are honest, not greedy and conduct business transactions ethically, they are all Sadasivamurthys. We should understand that one such visited Madurai.

Who is Abhisheka Pandya?

The Lord gave the boy blue sapphire for his crown. This boy will rule Madurai well and be known as Abhisheka Pandyan. The word Abhisheka has two meanings – one is washing and the other is the crown. This name indicates that he was highly spiritually evolved.

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Thiruvilayadal puranam - 16. Selling Rubies The Pandyan who lost his SAL energy

16. Selling Rubies The Pandyan who lost his SAL energy

Veerapandyan was an insignificant king. But he desired pleasures, especially the company of women. Indulging in sex lowers our SAL energy considerably. One of the reasons for our country’s poverty is the indulgence of kings and leaders in excessive sex. When we see the youth today propagating living in and free sex, the future of our country seems very dark indeed. Veerapandyan had many children through many women. Despite that he had no heirs from his chief queen. The king and the queen followed several rites to somehow get a child and finally succeeded. The crown goes missing Modern research shows that children born of illicit relationship do not have a healthy mind. When Veerapandyan died unexpectedly, his illegitimate children looted the treasury and went away to different kingdoms. He had been attacked and killed by a tiger in the jungle. In all this, the crown embellished by the nine gems was also lost. What is a crown? The crown worn on the head stands for awareness. Only those who think they and their people are the same are eligible to wear the crown. The Nine Precious Stones Each of the nine precious stones stands for a human quality. By wearing them, we can increase our life force to some extent, say the scriptures. But just wearing jewels engraved with these stones is of no use. The nine stones are: 1. Ruby 2. Pearl 3. Coral 4. Emerald 5. Yellow sapphire 6. Diamond 7. Blue sapphire 8. Hessonite 9. Cat’s eye The nine stones are available on earth. Earth represents the physical body. The nine stones have nine properties associated with the body. Deities in temples are decorated with the different precious stones because they have the ability to increase the life force. Every spiritually significant place be it Madurai, Srirangam, Srivilliputtur or Tirupathy bedecks the idols of the deities with jewels for this reason. The ritual of using specific jewels at specific times is also related to this. The diamond nose stud of Madurai Meenakshi, the snake diamond of Kanyakumari and the golden tower of Srirangam all have been used to rejuvenate the natural power of the earth. This was why Meenakshi and Uttara Kosa Mangai have been carved from emerald. The temple tower in Thiruvalangadu was decorated with gemstones, which is why it was called Rathanmbalam. The king would wear a crown with all nine stones so that his life force may increase. And now the crown of the Pandya dynasty was missing. More importantly, the precious stones had been stolen. Where to buy similar stones? Even if they had the money, they should be able to source it in the first place. What is the significance of losing the crown? It shows that the Pandyas had lost all the life force they had collected through spiritual practices. Indulging in sensual pleasures had negated all the spiritual energy they had built up. Now the king must realise and his awareness increase. Young Pandya Veerapandya’s five year old son through the chief queen had to be crowned the king and there was no crown for coronation. The minister, not knowing what to do, surrendered to god. When the highest knowledge is lost, only with divine guidance can it be retrieved. The Lord too came to Madurai as a seller of gems and explained to the royal family the significance of the gems. The young boy listened with heightened awareness and ruled with great after the coronation. He did not want to lose the gems, that is, the knowledge, again. This is the change of heart the gems achieved. Om Namah Sivaya!

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Thiruvilayadal puranam - 15. Explaining the Vedas

15. Explaining the Vedas

The greatest wealth our ancestors have preserved for us is the Vedas.

What is Veda?

It addresses the question, ‘What is the purpose of human life’ in the most spiritually scientific ways.

It explains the natural laws right from the time the world was to the evolution of man.

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Thiruvilayadal puranam - 14. Creating Self-Awareness in Meru Mountain

14. Creating Self-Awareness in Meru Mountain

Veera Pandya succeeded Ugra Pandya. And like his forefathers, he to sincerely conducted spiritual practices. He was keen to ensure the comfort of his subjects.

He would immediately approve any initiative meant for the betterment of the people. He would sanction all resources needed to achieve this goal.

During his time, the monsoons failed and many were forced to migrate. Only those who were determined to till the land remained.

Veera Pandya decided to conducted all the Vedic rituals needed to bring rains and improve the SAL energy of Madurai. But for this he had to invite sages who had not strayed from the path from across boundaries because many of the learned populace had left Madurai putting their life before everything else. But this would involve a great expense, what to do?

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Thiruvilayadal Puranam - 13.Overcoming Indra’s Arrogance

13. Overcoming Indra’s Arrogance

There was constant conflict between Pandyas and Indra, especially since Indra was envious of the Pandyas.

Indra’s Fears

Our arrogance tells us to always let our five senses be focused on self-awareness. This also indicates our fear that in the pursuit of higher principals, we may lose our ability to enjoy sensual pleasures.

Pandya kingdom suffered a drought. People and other living things died of hunger and thirst. Chera and Chola kingdoms also faced the same situation. So the kings of the three kingdoms bowed before Sage Agastya who resided in Pothigai hills.

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Thiruvilayadal puranam - 12. Taming the sea that disturbed Madurai city

12. Taming the Seas

Like his parents, Ugra Pandya and his wife Kanthimathi too followed their royal duties properly. The subjects too followed their king in leading a principled life.

Like all kings, Ugra Pandya too had a desire – to become Indra. Becoming Indra does not mean becoming the king of some heavenly kingdom in a fairy tale!

Become Indra refers to wanting to enjoy excessive sensual pleasures. For that one must undertake extreme steps. If one journeying on the spiritual path does not consider all pleasures as become one with the Supreme then it can lead them astray.

He wanted his people in Madurai also to enjoy the worldly pleasures more. This desire blinded his self-awareness and wisdom.

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