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Rituals and worship


Paushti karma is a type of enlightened activity that increases well-being in a broad sense. It is also rituals that are performed to provide various kinds of benefits.

Rituals can be performed with varying degrees of intensity:

- once or over an extended period of time (1 to 6 months),

- in 1 ashram or in 2-5 ashrams at the same time.

1. Puja


During puja, the God is venerated in the murti created for him on the altar. Five symbolic substances are offered to him which represent the five original elements that we wish to purify and sanctify by the blessings of this deity. Arati, fruits and sweets, garland, and bhajans are also offered.

Performing puja promotes awareness of and connection to God and the receiving of blessings and spiritual gifts.

Collective pujas in ashrams that a person can join with sankalpa and offerings on the altar:

- Puja to Shiva. Lord Shiva is the embodiment of non-attachment, self-control, and all things auspicious. Puja enhances all these things in life.

- Puja to Dattatreya. Lord Dattatreya is the combined embodiment of the Creator, the Preserver, and the Destroyer and is the Guru who protects against evil and gives supreme wisdom. Ishta-devata puja bestows all benefits and promotes advancement on the spiritual path.

- Puja to Vishnu. Lord Vishnu is the personification of dharma and the stability aspect. Puja promotes stabilization and protection.

- Puja to the Guru-tattva (Mahapuja). The Guru represents the light of truth, our Atman, our wisdom, reason, and prudence. Puja strengthens the samaya connection, guru-yoga, and grants clarity and wisdom at times.

- Puja to the goddesses Lakshmi and Saraswati. The ritual attracts the energies of prosperity and success in learning.

- Durga puja. Conducted to protect against obstacles, disease, and negative forces.

- Siddha puja. Ritual of Siddhas, performed for overcoming obstacles in material and spiritual life, perfection in different aspects.

2. Homa


Homa is a fire sacrifice (an offering of gifts to God, which is called into the fire) for the purpose of eliminating negative and destructive energies, releasing karmic debts, eliminating problems, disturbances, and obstacles, realizing goals and desires (both material and spiritual), improving health, filling with power and energy, harmonizing planetary influences, gaining strength, support, and protection. The main purpose of the ritual is to purify consciousness and the subtle body, connect with divine energies, and open the channels that connect us to higher dimensions.

Other names for homa are yagya, agnihotra, and havan.

There are homas, which you can join with sankalpa and offerings or order individually for yourself:

1. Ganapati-homa. Ganapati is an incarnation of wisdom and well-being. It eliminates fears, worries, doubts, and disturbances, gives peace of mind, strength, confidence, and love; solves problems with obstacles in marriage and successful family life, protects against negative influences of people, influences of evil spirits and demons, promotes wish fulfillment, success, wealth and happy life.

2. Shiva-homa. Shiva embodies creative and destructive beginning simultaneously. Homa purifies karma, and gives protection from all evil and negative forces and any possible dangers. It promotes the fulfillment of desires and goals, from health to finances, from relationships to self-development.

Mahamrityunjaya homa is performed to give a person a long, healthy, and full-of-strength life, to get rid of chronic and severe illnesses and their true karmic causes, and to protect from a premature and early death.

3. Shiva-Parvati-homa. It gives the most powerful favorable effect to achieve happiness and success in all spheres of life, fills you with strength and energy to achieve your dreams. For those who seek to find integrity, it helps to enter the connection with his power, connecting the inner Shiva with Shakti. For the family helps to harmonize relationships.

4. Maha Vishnu-homa. Vishnu is one of the gods Trimurti (a puranic triad of deities), and this yagya is performed for spiritual growth and development, gaining awareness, and learning new things in all spheres, but also includes gaining welfare, abundance, happiness, and health for oneself and family, happy marriage.

5. Dattatreya-homa. Gives insight into the depths of non-divided vision, self-release, unified taste, and pure vision.

6. Sarasvati-homa. Sarasvati is a Goddess of learning, wisdom, and fine arts, gives insight and wealth of soul. Homa promotes success in learning, creative processes, eloquence, and right thinking, leading to increased wisdom, awareness, and enlightenment.

7. Savitar Gayatri Homa. Homa is the most purifying. It has the ability to wash away the negative influence of bad karma from the past that creates constant failure or obstacles, helps to harmonize and pacify the mind, unlocks one's potential, supports overall well-being, longevity, health, and beauty, and promotes family happiness.

8. Mahalakshmi Homa. Mahalakshmi is the Goddess of well-being, abundance, prosperity, wealth, good fortune, and happiness. Mahalakshmi Homa is held for abundance in the material world, wealth, and the fulfillment of various desires and goals.

9. Durga Homa. Conducted for protection, purification from the root causes of negativity, fears, poverty, suffering, unkind thoughts, anxiety, and expectation of the worst, negative energy in general. It protects from mistakes and problems, gives self-confidence, awareness of one's potential and courage, and helps to get rid of bad habits and sins.

10. Saptarishi-homa. The highest dimension, Satya-loka, is in the constellation of the Big Dipper, which in Sanskrit sounds like Sapta-rishi-graha, the seven planets of the Great Sages. The seven rishis are the creators of the universe and the progenitors of all those living today; they are the supreme sages. Their blessings can bestow great wisdom and the power of yoga.

11. Brihaspati-homa. Brihaspati is the Deity of prayer and sacrifice. The planet Jupiter. Mentor of the gods, the establisher of the Dharma. Brihaspati Homa is held for spiritual growth, self-development, increased wisdom, magnanimity, happiness and optimism, mercy, morality, and prosperity.

12. Surya-homa. The God of the Sun rules the soul and spirit. Endows strength, health, creativity, fortress of spirit, the joy of life, the strength of will, promotes intellectual and spiritual development, and strengthens the desire for self-realization.

13. Hanuman-homa. Conducted to protect against encroachments on property and safety, delivers and protects from negative energetic and magical influences (spoilage, evil eye, hex, curse, etc.), protects adults and children from possession and malign spirits (bhut, pishacha), strengthens health, hormonal system. Compensates for the negative influence of Saturn, especially during sade-sati. Promotes well-being and elimination of problems.

14. Navagraha-homa. It removes bad influences from all nine planets, getting rid of all negative effects. It influences absolutely all spheres of human life, cardinally improving it in all directions.

15. Shani-homa. Shani (Saturn) is responsible for the ability to take responsibility for one's life, justice, and the ability to fight a long battle and perform complex tasks with minimal effort. On the physical level, it represents the joints, knees, nervous system, and veins. Homa is recommended for eliminating negative aspects and obtaining favorable results in sadhana.

16. Pitri-homa. Pitri-homa is performed to honor the souls of loved ones who have left this world. It helps them find peace, happiness, and tranquility. Homa improves the most important areas of life: success, finances, career, health, and relationships. It allows you to strengthen repeatedly the help from the genus, cleanses from generic programs and harmful legacies, and heals many areas of life.

It is possible to hold a personal homa in several ashrams at once.

3. Ritual practices.

Ритуальные практики

1.The reading by a monk in a home, a room, of a sacred text endowed with the power of blessing.

The ritual can only be performed if one of the monks is in the city where the ritual is ordered.

- "Yoga Vasishtha."

- "Tripura Rahasya."

- "Avadhuta Gita."

- "Moksha Dharma."

- "Ribhu Gita."

- "Shiva Gita."

- "Sripada Srivallabha Charitamrita."

- "Shiva Purana."

2. Performing rituals to protect a place, room (home), or person.

The ritual can be performed remotely

- Ganesha arati and Ganesha puja

- Shanti stotra

- Lakshmi Hymn

- Durga-arati and Durga-puja

- Protective theurgy

3. Blessing, purifying, and consecration of a home.

The ritual can only be performed if one of the monks is in the city where the ritual is ordered.

- Morning Sutra,

- Brahma mantra (regular and extended version),

- Consecration with water

- Shivalinga puja

- Lakshmi puja

- Ganesha puja

4. Rituals for well-being and prosperity.

This transfer to the practice of ritual is done online or face-to-face and assumes that further ritual activities can be performed by the person applying independently.

- Lakshmi arati

- Lakshmi puja.

- Lakshmi-sadhana Vasishthi

5. Prayers, rituals for health and long life.

This is a transfer into practice that is done online or face-to-face and assumes that the convert will be able to practice on their own in the future.

- Dhanvantari sadhana

- Mahamrityunjayi sadhana

- Dattatreya-kavacha

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