यज्ञ, Yajna or Yagna is a mysterious process. It is much more than just burning certain grains, herbs, solids or fluids in the fire-pit.. The act done in prescribed time with specific mantras coupled with deep intentions of benevolence brings about unbelievable manifestations in the material world. There are innumerable hidden divine forces (deities) that accept the havya and somehow convert this energy into material objects. The science of Yajna is almost lost in the times but in our Gurumandala we have it intact.
The following post by Acharya Agyaatadarshan Anand Nath ji captures the exact understanding as given by VedaGuru Shri Atharvan ji. On one hand SadhGurudev Shri ‘Atharavan’ elaborates on the principles of yajna on the other he simplifies it for the ordinary man. Gurudev Shri says “Just as rivers flow towards and merge in the ocean, just as every drop from cloud falls on earth, in the same way only due to grace of Lord almighty the rays of deep secrets of Rishis shine in my heart and I humbly imbibe that knowledge in my personal life and disseminate for all.”
Describing the simplest process of a powerful yajna he goes on to say “Nurturing a lamp’s flame – keeping it uninterrupted, continuously is an eternal yajna. Wherever it happens that place becomes the abode of divine energies (shakti-peetha). In my place we have two flames that are uninterrupted…
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