The Spiritually inclined will understand:

The covid virus has a vibration of 5.5hz and dies above 25.5hz.
For humans with a higher vibration, infection is a minor irritant that is soon eliminated!
The reasons for having low vibration could be:
Fear, Phobia, Suspicion
Anxiety, Stress, Tension.
Jealousy, Anger, Rage
Hate, Greed
Attachment or Pain
And so……we have to understand to vibrate higher, so that the lower frequency does not weaken our immune system.
The frequency of the earth today is 27.4hz. but there are places that vibrate very low like:
Assistance Centers.
Underground etc.
It is where the vibration drops to 20hz, or less.
For humans with low vibration, the virus becomes dangerous.
Pain 0.1 to 2hz.
Fear 0.2 to 2.2hz.
Irritation 0.9 to 6.8hz.
Noise 0.6 to 2.2hz.
Pride 0.8 hz.
Superiority 1.9 hz.
A higher vibration on the other hand is the outcome of the following behaviour :-
Generosity 95hz
Gratitude 150 hz
Compassion 150 hz or more.
The frequency of Love and compassion for all living beings is 150 Hz and more.
Unconditional and universal love from 205hz

So…Come on …
Vibrate Higher
What helps us vibrate high?
Loving, Smiling, Blessing, Thanking, Playing, Painting, Singing, Dancing, Yoga, Tai Chi, Meditating, Walking in the Sun, Exercising, Enjoying nature, etc.
Foods that the Earth gives us: seeds-grains-cereals-legumes-fruits and vegetables-
Drinking water: help us vibrate higher ….. !!!

The vibration of prayer alone goes from 120 to 350hz

So sing, laugh, love, meditate, play, give thanks and live !

_Let’s vibrate high …. !!!

This information is compiled & edited by Naturotherapist Dr. Harshal Sancheti, Nasik but
the original source of this information is from the book Power Vs Force
Based on David R Hawkins’ Doctoral Thesis.


Very interesting – Can you guess what is common between all these prominent temples.

  1. Kedarnath
  2. Kalahashti
  3. Ekambaranatha- Kanchi
  4. Thiruvanamalai
  5. Thiruvanaikaval
  6. Chidambaram Nataraja
  7. Rameshwaram
  8. Kaleshwaram N-India

If your answer is they all are Shiva temples, you are only partially correct.

It is actually the longitude in which these temples are located.

They all are located in 79° longitude.
Surprising is that how the architects of these temples many hundreds of kilometers apart came up with these precise locations without GPS or any such gizmo like that????

  1. Kedarnath 79.0669°
  2. Kalahashti 79.7037°
  3. Ekambaranatha- Kanchi 79.7036°
  4. Thiruvanamalai 79.0747°
  5. Thiruvanaikaval 78.7108
  6. Chidambaram Nataraja 79.6954°
  7. Rameshwaram 79.3129°
  8. Kaleshwaram N-India 79.9067°

Do you know why we break a coconut when we go to a temple?

Its the process of breaking the coconut which we have to imbibe within ourselves. You first tear away the husk from the coconut. That husk is your wishes, desires. You need to leave it. Then comes the hard shell…that’s the ego. You need to break that. What flows out is water…which is all things which are negative inside you flows out. Left behind is the coconut pure white…that is the soul. So you connect with the almighty in your purest form which is the soul.


Goddess & ME

Me: Hello Goddess

Goddess: Hello…

Me: I’m falling apart. Can you put me back together?

Goddess: I’d rather not.

Me: Why?

Goddess: Because you’re not a puzzle.

Me: What about all the pieces of my life that fall to the ground?

Goddess: Leave them there for a while. They fell for a reason. Let them be there for a while and then decide if you need to take any of those pieces back.

Me: You don’t understand! I’m breaking!

Goddess: No, you don’t understand. You’re transcending, evolving.
What you feel are growing pains. You’re getting rid of the things and people in your life that are holding you back. The pieces are not falling down. The pieces are being put in place. Relax. Take a deep breath and let those things you no longer need fall down. Stop clinging to pieces that are no longer for you. Let them fall. Let them go.

Me: Once I start doing that, what will I have left?

Goddess: Only the best pieces of yourself.

Me: I’m afraid to change.

Goddess: I keep telling you: YOU’RE NOT CHANGING! YOU’RE BECOMING!

Me: Becoming, Who?

Goddess: Becoming who I created you to be! A person of light, love, charity, hope, courage, joy, mercy, grace and compassion. I made you for so much more than those shallow pieces you decided to adorn yourself with and that you cling to with so much greed and fear. Let those things fall off you. I love you! Don’t change! Become! Don’t change! Become! Become who I want you to be, who I created. I’m gonna keep telling you this until you remember.

Me: There goes another piece.

Goddess: Yes. Let it be like this.

Me: So… I’m not broken?

Goddess: No, but you’re breaking the darkness, like dawn. It’s a new day. Become!! Become who you really are!!


Smt Radha Rani Family tree

Radha’s Elders
Paternal grandfather: Mahibhanu
Paternal grandmother: Sukhada
Father: Vrishabhanu (Pundarika Vidyanidhi)
Maternal grandfather: Indu
Maternal grandmother: Mukhara
Mother: Kirtida (Ratnavati)
Elder brother: Sridama (Abhirama Gopala)
Younger sister: Ananga-manjari (Jahnava-devi)
Paternal uncles: Bhanu, Ratna-bhanu, Subhanu.

So-called husband: Abhimanyu
Father-in-law: Vrka-gopa
Mother-in-law: Jatila (Ramachandra Puri)
Brother-in-law: Durmada
Sister-in-law: Kutila

Radha’s Ashta Sakhis:
Lalita (Svarupa Damodara Goswami)
Vishakha (Ramananda Raya)
Chitra (Govindananda Thakura)
Indulekha (Vasu Ramananda)
Champakalata (Shivananda Sena)
Tungavidya (Vakreshvara Pandita)
Ranga-devi (Govinda Ghosh)
Sudevi (Vasudeva Ghosh)
And: Vrinda-devi (Mukunda Dasa)
Dhanishta (Raghava Pandita)
Nandimukhi (Saranga Thakura)

Radha’s Ashta-Manjaris:
Sri Rupa-manjari: (Srila Rupa Goswamipada)
Rati-manjari: Srila Raghunatha dasa Goswamipada)
Lavanga-manjari (Srila Sanatana Goswamipada)
Raga-manjari (Srila Raghunatha Bhatta Goswami)
Guna-manjari: (Sri Gopala Bhatta Goswami)
Manjulali-manjari: (Sri Lokanatha Goswami)
Vilasa-manjari (Sri Jiva Goswamipada)
Kasturi-manjari (Srila Krishnadasa Kaviraja)

Radha’s Favorite Pets:
Calf: Tungi
Chakori bird: Charu-chandrika
Cows: Bahula, Sunada, Yamuna
Doe: Rangini
Elephant: Madhuri
Monkey: Kakkhati
Talking Parrots: Shubha, Sukshmadhi
Peahen: Tundika
Swan: Tundikeri



I counted my years
& realized that I have
Less time to live by,
Than I have lived so far.

I feel like a child who won a pack of candies: at first he ate them with pleasure,
But when he realized that there was little left, he began to taste them intensely.

I have no time for endless meetings where the statutes, rules, procedures & internal regulations are discussed,
knowing that nothing will be done.

I no longer have the patience
To stand absurd people who,
despite their chronological age,
have not grown up.

My time is too short:
I want the essence,
my spirit is in a hurry.
I do not have much candy
In the package anymore.

I want to live next to humans,
very realistic people who know
How to laugh at their mistakes,
Who are not inflated by their own triumphs
& who take responsibility for their actions.
In this way, human dignity is defended
and we live in truth and honesty.

It is the essentials that make life useful.
I want to surround myself with people
who know how to touch the hearts of those whom hard strokes of life
have learned to grow, with sweet touches of the soul.

Yes, I’m in a hurry.
I’m in a hurry to live with the intensity that only maturity can give.
I do not intend to waste any of the remaining desserts.

I am sure they will be exquisite,
much more than those eaten so far.
My goal is to reach the end satisfied
and at peace with my loved ones and my conscience.

We have two lives
& the second begins when you realize you only have one

This lovely poem was written by Mario de Andrade (San Paolo 1893-1945) Poet, novelist, essayist and musicologist. He was one of the founders of Brazilian modernism.]


7 mysteries Revealed about Shiva :

1 Why Snake?

Snakes are a symbol of awareness.

You can’t be asleep with a snake around your neck!

2 Why Ashes?

To remind you of the impermanence of life; knowing that we live life fully.

3 Is the Moon an Ornament?

The moon and the mind are connected. To be happy in all phases of life, you have to have a say over the mind.

4 Why Damru?

It has the same shape as the symbol of infinity. Shiva is the unbound infinite consciousness!

5 Trishul – A Weapon?

Shiva rules over the three gunas represented in the trishul. Yet he encourages everyone to do their dharma – to act and stand up for truth.

6 Blue Bodied

The sky is limitless and so is Shiva.

The sky is blue and Shiva is blue too.

7 What about Ganga?

Ganga represents gyan (knowledge). Wisdom dawns naturally when you are established in the Shiva.


15 Legitimate Signs That Will Help You Recognize If Your Are Dealing With Depression

1. They’re more quiet than usual

2. The use the excuse “I’m tired” a lot 

3. They tend to loose their appetite 

4. They avoid eye contact 

5. They want to be alone a lot 

6. They smile for a moment but go back to a blank expression afterwards

7. They struggle to stay engaged in conversation 

8. They’ve become emotionally distanced 

9. They’ve become apathetic about things they’d normally be engaged in

10. They have big mood swings 

11. They avoid making future plans

12. They have difficulty concentrating 

13. They start talking about bleakly things 

14. They start giving “short” responses 

15. They get irritable with “little things”

(via @ thedepressionproject on ig)


Soul Is Free

Excerpted from “Karma and Reincarnation” book, The Wisdom of Paramhansa Yogananda

Souls are made in the image of God. Even the greatest of all sinners cannot be damned forever. A finite cause cannot have an infinite effect. Due to the misuse of his free will, a person might imagine himself to be evil, but within he is a son of God. A king’s son might, under the influence of liquor or of a bad dream, think himself poor, but as soon as he recovers from his state of intoxication, or as soon as he awakens, he forgets that delusion. The perfect soul, ever sinless, eventually wakes up in God when it remembers its real, eternally good, nature.

Man, being made in the image of God, is deluded only temporarily. This temporary delusion leads him to think of himself as mortal. So long as he identifies with mortality he must suffer. A soul’s delusion of mortality may extend to many incarnations.

Through self-effort, however, always influenced by the law of God, the Prodigal Son develops discrimination, remembers his home in God, and attains wisdom. With illumination the prodigal soul remembers its eternal image of God, and is reunited with cosmic consciousness. His Father then serves him “the fatted calf” of eternal bliss and wisdom, liberating him forever.

Delusion is Temporary
Man may misuse his free will for a time, considering himself mortal, but that temporary delusion can never erase from within him the mark of immortality and God’s image of perfection. A baby’s premature death cannot possibly have permitted him the use of free will to be either virtuous or vicious. Nature must bring that soul back to earth to give it a chance to use its free will to work out also the past karma which caused it to die so young, and to perform the good actions that lead to liberation.

If an immortal soul has not worked out in one lifetime of school those delusions which bind him, he needs more lifetimes of schooling to bring him the understanding of his innate immortality. Only then can he return to the state of cosmic consciousness. Ordinary souls therefore reincarnate, compelled by their earth-bound desires. Great souls, on the other hand, come on earth only partly to work out their karma, but principally to act as noble sons of God to show lost children the way to their heavenly Father’s home.


Chita Lagi Amavaaya

Sravana Amavasya which is also celebrated as Chita Lagi Amavasya in the Shrimandir.
Post by – Arjun Bhattacharyya

Sri Jagannatha, Sri Balabhadra and Srimati Subhadra wear a very special ornament called Chita on Their foreheads for the rest of the year. Only at the time of Anavasar are these ornaments are removed and again on today’s tithi, it is offered back on the foreheads of the Lord.

The chita of Sri Balabhadra is in the shape of an eye and is studded with Lapis Lazuli, Chita of Mother Subhadra is in a diamond shape and is studded with ruby and Sri Jagannathas chita is in a tear drop shape and is studded with a diamond.

A special pitha called the chittau pitha is offered to Their Lordships today.

Amazing are the festivals of Lord Jagannatha! There is a festival for practically everything which Lord does! If He eats, there’s a festival; if He sleeps, there’s a festival; if He walks, there’s a festival;if He has a fight with His consort, there’s a festival and even if a small ornament is offered to the Lord, there’s a festival!! ✨

Utsava priya Bhagavaan Sri Jagannatha ki jai!