Amaataye - Diego, Jarah, Milagros, Jean y Claire (Vancouver, Aug 2008) Amataye (New) – Diego y Leticia (Pisaq, Sep 2013) Anandamayi (New) – Diego, Eduardo y Leticia (Pisaq, Dec 2013) Jai ambé - Mistico (Vancouver, Aug 2008) Jai Sri Ma - Diego Palma (Playa del Carmen, Oct 2010) Kali jaya - Amy Thiessen (Pisaq, Oct 2009) Kali ma - Marni Samuels (Pisaq, Feb 2011) Saraswati (New) – Pisaq tribe (Pisaq, Sep 2013 – Full Moon) Sarasvati - Pisaq tribe (Pisaq, Jul 2013) Sarva mangala - Diego y Eduardo (Pisaq, Sep, 2012) Sri Ma (New) – Pisaq tribe (Pisaq, Mar 2014)
Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu “May all beings in all worlds be free and happy”
OM BHUR BHUVAHA SWAHA TAT SAVITUR VARENYAM BHARGO DEVASYA DHIMAHI DHIYO YONAHA PRACHODAYAT Because of its ability to bring into the subtle body keys to tuning one’s consciousness to the higher realms, the Gayatri is called a Master Mantra.
Lord Ganesha is said to be the dissolver of sorrows and the remover of obstacles bringing success into our lives.
In hinduism the Trinity of Gods are Brahma, Vishnu (all pervading) and Shiva (creation and dissolution of the universe). Govinda is the name of Shri Krishna (incarnation of Lord Vishnu on earth). Literally means “the protector of cows.” Gopala, Rama and Narayana are other names of Krishna. Hare or Hari means “Shining One”
Shiva is responsible for the creation and desolution of the universe. He is the eternal yogi, blissfully unaffected by maya (illusion). He destroys our attachments and delusions and brings our liberation.