Homas can change your destiny!
𝑺𝑰𝑮𝑵𝑰𝑭𝑰𝑪𝑨𝑵𝑪𝑬 𝑶𝑭 𝑷𝑬𝑹𝑭𝑶𝑹𝑴𝑰𝑵𝑮 𝑨 𝑯𝑨𝑽𝑨𝑵
🔥Havan, which is also known as Homam, or Yagna, or Yagya, is an outer form of worship in which an altar is built, sacred fire is kindled using specific types of grass or wood; and then pouring into it oblations such as ghee or clarified butter, food, grains, sesame seeds, while chanting Mantras from the Vedas.
🔥The chanting of mantras while performing Havan is to invoke Gods and seek their blessings and favours. It is also done to ensure fulfilment of specific desires and overall welfare of an individual, a group of people, the entire society, entire country, or for that matter – the entire universe.
🔥It is believed, that during the early Vedic period, Havan was the only ritualistic worship of God and puja rituals are much later developments. The physical or the outer aspect of the Yagna was always viewed with suspicion by the followers of Gyan Marg (the path of wisdom). In Satapatha Brahmana we are told that both the gods and demons tried to derive benefits by performing the Yagna. However, the demons performed it externally while the Gods while performing the Yagna also kindled the fire within them and thereby became immortal.
🔥The summary of the meanings of the mantras during Havan is as follows:
“Oh resplendent glory, light of the universe, we light this fire to remove darkness from our midst. Thou dwelleth within our hearts, may we burn out all our sins and vices. Bless us Oh Lord, with kindness and generosity, knowledge and strength, food and wealth and good children and useful animals. Oh Almighty Lord, in thy name we offer all these ingredients into this sacred fire. Oh Lord, whatever we have received from thee - food and wealth, happiness and prestige, are not ours – they are thine. Let not our education, strength and wealth, make us arrogant and conceited, for they are all thine.”
🔥“𝐈𝐝𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐚𝐦𝐚𝐦𝐚” chanted at the end of every mantra during a Havan, literally means that this is not mine; it belongs to the whole society. The heat generated during a Havan, prints a divine impression on people’s hearts. Wherever a Havan is performed, there - the land gets an impression and purifies. Also, those attending it receive a mental and physical impression, which lasts a long time.
🔥In olden times the spots where Havans were performed, became sanctified. The people who participate in them become psychologically elevated. A Havan or Yagna exerts a special power on women, infants and children. It also makes them highly cultured. That is the great efficacy of a Havan. As a Yagna or Havan cures a person of bad thoughts, wicked actions and vices, it is often called a killer of sins.
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