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VEDIC PUJA [VEY-DIK POO-JAH]: NOUN

worship of the Divine through precise and powerful rituals perfected and preserved over thousands of years; power to transform your life

WHAT IS VEDIC PUJA?

Vedic = coming from the Vedas, the expansive ancient Hindu texts detailing the practical human application of various meta-physical sciences including but not limited to astrology, yoga, and meditation.

Puja = offering, adoration, worship. The Vedic puja, practiced by one billion Hindus worldwide, is a loving offering of light, flowers, and food to an image or representation of the Divine, on a decorated and cherished altar. More than just a symbolic sacrificial offering, puja creates a high vibrational healing environment, channeling a flood of light and love into an individual’s energetic and physical body. Our ancient Vedic sages perfected the rituals of puja over hundreds of years, bringing clarity and precision to the healing energy.

Today, thanks to the discipline and commitment of Hindu priests and spiritual leaders over thousands of years, Vedic pujas are just as precise and powerful as they were in ancient times. We as modern people have access to this miraculous technology that has the power to re-align our earthly trajectory, by giving us special access to our stars – and the ability to change aspects of them in alignment with Divine Love.

In a word, the Vedic puja is the most comprehensive spiritual remedy: a healing bridge to re-align aspects of ourselves that we were previously unaware of.

WHAT IS VEDIC PUJA?

If astrology is a roadmap that helps us reflect and identify what’s going on energetically in our world and our individual lives, then pujas are the medicine that help us practically address and heal issues on time – at astrologically ordained times.

The issues that plague our lives, in every area – money, family, career, love, home, happiness – do not have to persist. They have expiration dates – as long as we are aware of them and take the necessary steps to heal them at the right time.

Puja is the scientifically vetted and precise solution to life’s many challenges, channeling specific configurations of energy and light, so your desired manifestations and shifts can occur at the personal level.

WHAT ARE THE COMPONENTS OF A PUJA?

Puja can be either performed by an individual worshiper, or in the presence of a Hindu pandit (priest) who has usually undergone a lifetime of training and service, and is also the descendent of a powerful lineage of pandits going back thousands of years.

   
IMAGE OR REPRESENTATION OF THE DIVINE:

The worshipper gazes lovingly upon the idol, just as the idol bears witness to the worshipper. By gazing on the image of the Divine, the worshipper begins to uncover his or her own higher self. This is called darshan, or the act of gaining blessings through sight. At the end of the ritual, worshipers bow, or perform namaskar to the idol or image, relinquishing all ego and control and demonstrating utmost gratitude, love, and humility.

 
IMAGE OR REPRESENTATION OF THE DIVINE:

The worshipper gazes lovingly upon the idol, just as the idol bears witness to the worshipper. By gazing on the image of the Divine, the worshipper begins to uncover his or her own higher self. This is called darshan, or the act of gaining blessings through sight. At the end of the ritual, worshipers bow, or perform namaskar to the idol or image, relinquishing all ego and control and demonstrating utmost gratitude, love, and humility.

   
IMAGE OR REPRESENTATION OF THE DIVINE:

The worshipper gazes lovingly upon the idol, just as the idol bears witness to the worshipper. By gazing on the image of the Divine, the worshipper begins to uncover his or her own higher self. This is called darshan, or the act of gaining blessings through sight. At the end of the ritual, worshipers bow, or perform namaskar to the idol or image, relinquishing all ego and control and demonstrating utmost gratitude, love, and humility.

 
IMAGE OR REPRESENTATION OF THE DIVINE:

The worshipper gazes lovingly upon the idol, just as the idol bears witness to the worshipper. By gazing on the image of the Divine, the worshipper begins to uncover his or her own higher self. This is called darshan, or the act of gaining blessings through sight. At the end of the ritual, worshipers bow, or perform namaskar to the idol or image, relinquishing all ego and control and demonstrating utmost gratitude, love, and humility.

   
IMAGE OR REPRESENTATION OF THE DIVINE:

The worshipper gazes lovingly upon the idol, just as the idol bears witness to the worshipper. By gazing on the image of the Divine, the worshipper begins to uncover his or her own higher self. This is called darshan, or the act of gaining blessings through sight. At the end of the ritual, worshipers bow, or perform namaskar to the idol or image, relinquishing all ego and control and demonstrating utmost gratitude, love, and humility.