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Grand Celebrations for Gurupurnima at Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam, India

August 1, 2013

The auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima was celebrated grandly in the traditional way where millions of people offered their gratitude to the lineage of enlightened masters and the happening of a spiritual Guru in the life of a disciple. Millions of followers, devotees and disciples of His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda joined the celebrations from thousands of locations including ashrams, centers and viewers worldwide via two-way video conferencing and live television broadcast also.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 01, 2013

In the Vedic culture, Guru Purnima is the only day of the year when the guru accepts bhiksha (alms) from his disciples and devotees. When the devotee offers bhiksha, it is actually his/her karma that is being offered to the guru who takes away that karma and its effects on the devotee. The Master compassionately accepts the karma, freeing the disciples from lifetimes of karmic bondage and suffering.

The day started with His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda, and his sannyasis and disciples offering rudrabhishekam to the 21 feet holy Ananda Linga and the 1008 Shiva lingas around it. This was followed by the hoisting of the flag for Guru Purnima. Paramahamsa Nithyananda then gave his worldwide Guru Purnima message on the Vedic practice and process called Poornatva (completion).

Paramahamsa Nithyananda explained the powerful secret science of completion.

The process of completion means declaring ‘completion’ through various techniques that are taught in the meditation programs of the Nithyananda Mission, with all the powerless incidents, situations, people, things in one’s life.

Paramahamsa Nithyananda exhorted one and all to experience completion with self and others and complete with all incompletions, inadequate cognitions, incomplete experiences, and to experience the most powerful inner space and the state of advaita.

He explained how an individual’s incompletions build up to become the incompletion of society, how society’s incompletions build up to become the incompletion of the country, and how the incompletion of the country is what leads to wars; and hence the solution for global peace is completion.

Paramahamsa Nithyananda then said that the auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima is to declare completion with the guru, with the lineage of gurus and with the whole Cosmos, which directly leads to success in spiritual life.

The insightful and powerful Guru Purnima message was followed by individual blessings of Paramahamsa Nithyananda to each of the thousands who gathered for the event. The day also witnessed the traditional ceremonies of Gayatri mantra initiation, shaving the head, offering guru mudi to Adiguru Dakshinamurti. The day culminated in a beautiful ceremony of initiation of scores of disciples into the highest life of sannyas.

His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda is a global leader in the science of enlightenment. Nithyananda is revered as a living saint and a Avatar (divine incarnation) by millions worldwide.

He is the most-watched spiritual teacher on YouTube.com with more than 16 million views, and the author of more than 300 books published in 27 global languages. Nithyananda has been named among the world's top 100 most spiritually influential personalities of 2012. An accomplished yogi and gifted spiritual healer, Paramahamsa Nithyananda has healed diseases ranging from migraine to cancer, often with a single initiation.

For close to a decade now, Paramahamsa Nithyananda has been working with scientists and researchers to demystify the yogic sciences of the Universe, including kundalini awakening, DNA activation, brain-cell regeneration, levitation, materialization and yogic age-reversal.

A spiritual genius with an enlightened insight into everything from management to meditation, from relationships to religion, and from success to spirituality, Nithyananda brings to us a wealth of practical wisdom, meditation techniques, kriyas and tools for lasting inner transformation.

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