The first book on hymns, mantras and stotras is well known since time immemorial. An attempt was made a decade back to connect the dots. They spoke about mysticism and its impact on our day-to-day life. Over time, we are slowly and gradually drifting towards the outer world with little focus on the inner being. This has led us to anxiety, depression, and varied health issues.
The modern youth is in a hurry to acquire education, to work and get married, to own a vehicle, a fabulous home and plenty of money. They soon realise that the things that ensured happiness yesterday do not do so today; the novelty has faded, and there is vacuum everywhere. The truth is that we are driven by desires, both good and bad. Every achievement brings temporary happiness and every failure, frustration. Then one realises the futility of the body, mind and intellect. So mind control essential happens through thought control.
The Circle of Divinity is a transliteration of our ancient texts, verses and vedantic nectar to help obviate the issues faced and resolve them via our day-to-day rituals and mantra recitation for purification and toning the psyche.
Prayers, Psalms and hymns are common in all religions and a fundamental part of religious literature. Then come meditation and reflection. As long as man is conscious of his limitations, he can't but worship a personal God, on whom he depends every step of his life. With the idea of such a God come devotion and worship. Prayers and hymns are but the natural outcome, Hymns or stotras as they are called in Sanskrit is found in religious scriptures since time immemorial. The mantras which are spiritual incantations are said to produce certain desired ends. The ordinary man, not initiated into their esoteric meaning, finds it difficult to understand them, is the reason why, an attempt is made for easy of understanding thro transliteration wherever possible.. Another difficulty more or less common to all hymns is due to our lack of familiarity with the vast mythology, with incidents narrated and epithets used. The Endeavour is to make it simple to understand, easy access to all with transliteration wherever possible.
The book is broadly divided into three parts. Part one deals with meditation, part two with mantra, stotras and part three with import of Gita and its essence in day to day life. Hope the readers will find it easy and use the mantras daily on regular basis, so as to bring harmony in body mind and spirit. Let go of all negative thoughts and inculcate a habit of positivity, love, peace and happiness.
Brahma Sutras (81)
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