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  • Mini Fire Ceremony Kit (MFC)
    Please email Marge for details on this option - babaji.net@gmail.com

    Mini Fire Ceremony Kit

    Yagya is a Vedic offering of fruits, seeds, rice, incense, flowers, ghee, and spices to the Divine Mother in the form of fire, a ritual which the Ancient Indian Holy Scriptures (Vedas) prescribed for a Dharmic life. 
     
    Sri Haidakhan Babaji reinforced this powerful practice and He himself has performed 147 big Yagyas in many provinces of India and this has blessed the country and the whole world. Babaji's devotees all over the world perform Yagnas as part of their sadhana and so many people and places have the opportunity to be blessed by the divine vibrations of the Sacred Fire.
     
    Haidakhan Babaji, during his last appearance (1970-1984), said about Yagya:
     
    "I want to tell you the meaning of the Yagya (Havan ceremony). Havan it is that brings rain, which brings grain. The origin of Creation stems from the havan. The havan is the real form of the Gods; whatever we offer to the havan goes directly to the Gods who are being invoked. 
     
    "By doing havan, people gain happiness and all the pleasures of life; they all have good thoughts and love for each other. By the smoke from the havan the harmful germs in the atmosphere are destroyed and the good bacteria, useful to life, grow in it. This increases the plenty and prosperity of the world.
     
    "Before starting any work, you should first know the significance of it. You may be wondering why these people are burning the fire and 'wasting' things by throwing them into the fire. It has great significance: Creation originated from this." Teachings of Babaji - 22 December 1983

    The Mini Fire Ceremony Kit includes:
     
    Kund, Samples of ingredients, and an Instruction Sheet.  

    I also offer
    "Fire Ceremony Instruction Package - As Taught By Shri Haidakhan Babaji At Herakhan" should you desire even more than the mini kit offers. 

    Mini-Fire Ceremony Instruction  (personal training and list of equipment/ingredients-where to get them) not the supplies, just the instruction and notes on where to get the supplies $25 for written instructions; $50 for personal training via zoom

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  • Shivranjani Incense 40gm (SHI921)
    Shivranjani Agarbatti - reportedly Babaji's favorite
     
    Shivranjani Agarbatti is a natural Masala base incense product, specially designed to spread a mild but pleasing flower fresh aroma, leaving behind an impression of serenity, with a longer retaining property. On burning, Shivranjani leaves the air fresh, healthy and pure, helps concentration of mind in meditation, Pooja etc.

    40gm


     
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    $6.50
  • Om Prayer Shawl/Altar Cloth 45 x 65 (ACSH45)
    Om Prayer Shawl/Altar Cloth 45 x 65 

    THIS PHOTO of the SHAWL is to show the design. This is 45" x 65".  The colors are:
     
    Yellow/Gold (pictured above)
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    $20.00
  • Shivranjani Incense 200gm (SHI200)
    Shivranjani Agarbatti - reportedly Babaji's favorite
     
    Shivranjani Agarbatti is a natural Masala base incense product, specially designed to spread a mild but pleasing flower fresh aroma, leaving behind an impression of serenity, with a longer retaining property. On burning, Shivranjani leaves the air fresh, healthy and pure, helps concentration of mind in meditation, Pooja etc.

    200gm


     
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    $22.00
  • Babaji Mahavatar - Descent Of Eternity Into Time (BGB)
    Babaji Mahavatar - Descent Of Eternity Into Time

    A magnificent collection of color and black and white photographs of Shri Babaji. Accompanying the photos are quotations from the scriptures of various faiths and from Babaji's own words. Through these photographs, one can experience Babaji's divinity.


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    $29.00
  • Rudraksha Mala - 108 Knotted 7mm High Quality Beads (mala-7mm)
    Rudraksha Mala - 108 Knotted 5mm High Quality Beads

    This mala will not fit over the head of an adult - it can be worn by a child, used in a mala bag or on a murti on the altar but does not fit over the head of an adult.
     
    Smaller the bead, the more it costs but I'm putting them on sale.  Click Here to see our nice selection of mala bags.  
     
    It is said that Lord Shiva sat in open-eyed meditation for 1000 years. When he finally blinked, the tears that streamed from his eyes became Rudraksha seeds (rud means tears). These sacred seeds take 25 years to mature. They are used in Shiva mantras, as well as Ganesh and Bhairava, but anything recited with them will be enhanced. Also reputed to help blood pressure problems.
     
    Authentic Rudraksha beads have been found to boost confidence and inner strength and to help with a wide range of mental and physical problems. Buddha wore them, Gandhi wore them, and the Dalai Lama wears them. So did Yehudi Menuhin and Osho Rajneesh.
     
    Rudraksha beads have been worn by Asian yogis and monks because of their interaction with body and mind to foster the tranquility and concentration necessary during extended periods of meditation.  Modern medical research has proven that Rudraksha beads have electro-magnetic properties that have a beneficial influence on the cardiovascular and central nervous systems.
     
    Japa Nam - Repeating God's Name
    Japa is Repeating God's Name
    In order to focus one's mind on God, Babaji taught people to chant the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya. It is a Sanskrit phrase which means something like "I surrender to/bow to/take refuge in God," or "Lord, Thy will be done." The Name of God used in this mantra is Lord Shiva, the Supreme Manifestation of God. Constant repetition of the mantra (japa) focuses the mind on God - opens the heart and mind to God - and stops, or reduces, the tendency of one's mind to constantly plan (the future), worry (about the past), daydream (illusion), or otherwise idle away in essentially useless activity.
     
    Repeating God's Name of Om Namah Shivaya is a protection and a purification of the consciousness. It is like a clear running stream, constantly washing and renewing the mind for higher purpose. Babaji's main purpose for re-appearing is to reform the hearts and minds of people. He comes to remove confusion and evil from mankind. Shri Babaji once said: "The mind can be purified only by japa. This is the only medicine for the disease of the mind. While your mind and heart are impure, how can God live in your heart? The water to clean your heart is the Name of God. Teach everyone to repeat the Name of God -- everywhere."
     
    The mind that is generally focused on God's Name(s) responds, when the need arises, spontaneously to perform its required functions quickly, easily and well. Babaji emphasized Om Namah Shivaya but also gave other mantras on some occasions. The essence of his instruction is "Repeat God's Name." Shri Babaji said that when the great destruction comes to the world, those who believe in and worship God sincerely, and especially those who repeat His Name, will be saved by the power of the mantra. "God's Name is more powerful than a thousand atomic and hydrogen bombs."
     
    How to perform Japa
    Usually, japa is performed on a mala (prayer beads, 108 beads per strand, like a rosary). In the morning, upon waking from sleep, a bath is taken immediately (pour water over all the body from a bucket with a cup). After bath and dressing in your prayer clothes, you sit peacefully in front of your altar. You touch the mala only with the right hand. You hold the beads without using the index finger (index finger is known as the "ego" finger so you leave the ego out of this). You begin where the mala has one larger bead and a tassle; you say one mantra per bead, working the mala around between thumb and middle finger. Once you have completed the 108 repetitions, you turn the mala around and go back the same direction you came. The large bead at the end is called the "guru" bead, so you "don't cross the guru," you keep turning the mala around and going back over the beads the opposite direction. Since 5 is a Shiva number, it is good to do a minimum of 5 rounds of the mala at a sitting. This is done morning and evening.
     
    Japa Nam is also accomplished by constantly repeating the Name of God while working, eating, walking, and everything you do in a day, without always using the mala. When you repeat the Name of God while working, it is also called Karma Yoga.
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    $35.00
  • Knotted Round Quartz Crystal Mala - 6mm Beads (RCRT)
    Knotted Round Quartz Crystal 6 mm beads 16" In Length, Red Tassel

    This beautiful mala is a symbol of the human spirit.  It promotes the Divine Mother Energy: compassion, understanding and nurturing.  
     
    Use with mother Mantras
    Planets: Sun, Moon
    Elements: Fire, Water
    Energy: Projective/receptive
     
    Japa is Repeating God's NameJapa Nam - Repeating God's Name
    In order to focus one's mind on God, Babaji taught people to chant the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya. It is a Sanskrit phrase which means something like "I surrender to/bow to/take refuge in God," or "Lord, Thy will be done." The Name of God used in this mantra is Lord Shiva, the Supreme Manifestation of God. Constant repetition of the mantra (japa) focuses the mind on God - opens the heart and mind to God - and stops, or reduces, the tendency of one's mind to constantly plan (the future), worry (about the past), daydream (illusion), or otherwise idle away in essentially useless activity.
     
    Repeating God's Name of Om Namah Shivaya is a protection and a purification of the consciousness. It is like a clear running stream, constantly washing and renewing the mind for higher purpose. Babaji's main purpose for re-appearing is to reform the hearts and minds of people. He comes to remove confusion and evil from mankind. Shri Babaji once said: "The mind can be purified only by japa. This is the only medicine for the disease of the mind. While your mind and heart are impure, how can God live in your heart? The water to clean your heart is the Name of God. Teach everyone to repeat the Name of God -- everywhere."
     
    The mind that is generally focused on God's Name(s) responds, when the need arises, spontaneously to perform its required functions quickly, easily and well. Babaji emphasized Om Namah Shivaya but also gave other mantras on some occasions. The essence of his instruction is "Repeat God's Name." Shri Babaji said that when the great destruction comes to the world, those who believe in and worship God sincerely, and especially those who repeat His Name, will be saved by the power of the mantra. "God's Name is more powerful than a thousand atomic and hydrogen bombs."
     
    How to perform Japa
    Usually, japa is performed on a mala (prayer beads, 108 beads per strand, like a rosary). In the morning, upon waking from sleep, a bath is taken immediately (pour water over all the body from a bucket with a cup). After bath and dressing in your prayer clothes, you sit peacefully in front of your altar. You touch the mala only with the right hand. You hold the beads without using the index finger (index finger is known as the "ego" finger so you leave the ego out of this). You begin where the mala has one larger bead and a tassle; you say one mantra per bead, working the mala around between thumb and middle finger. Once you have completed the 108 repetitions, you turn the mala around and go back the same direction you came. The large bead at the end is called the "guru" bead, so you "don't cross the guru," you keep turning the mala around and going back over the beads the opposite direction. Since 5 is a Shiva number, it is good to do a minimum of 5 rounds of the mala at a sitting. This is done morning and evening.
     
    Japa Nam is also accomplished by constantly repeating the Name of God while working, eating, walking, and everything you do in a day, without always using the mala. When you repeat the Name of God while working, it is also called Karma Yoga.
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  • Babaji By Gary Roller - 4" Cast In Bronzetone (BAB517)
    Babaji By Gary Roller - 4" Tall Cast In Bronzetone

    The Gary Roller Babaji & Paramahansa Yogananda 
    statues really are spectacular and have been a firm favorite for many years.
     
    This statue is cast in bronze. 
     
    From Gary's Studio: We have received wonderful responses from people in many parts of the world who have seen these sculptures of PARAMAHANSA YOGANANDA and BABAJI. Perhaps some of you have seen these pieces during your visits to the homes and various centers where they have been placed.
     
    It has been an honor and privilege to have these works appreciated by so many devoted students and direct disciples from around the world.
     
    The highest honor came our way when copies of the YOGANANDA bust were placed by his family and friends in his boyhood home and other locations associated with his life.

    The Gary Roller statues are created at his studio upon receiving your order; please note that this usually results in a waiting period of 4 - 6 weeks before the statue will be shipped to you.  Also, we never know the exact cost for shipping outside the USA, so we may be communicating with you about that as well.  The superior quality of these statues makes the wait and the cost of shipping well worth it - as we see it.   Om Namah Shivaya

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    $45.00
  • 108 Bead Knotted Shiva Shakti Mala - Rudraks & Quartz Crystal 6mm (sh-sh-mala)
    108 Bead Knotted Shiva Shakti Mala - Alternating Rudraks & Quartz Crystal - 6mm Beads

    This mala balances male/female, Yin/Yang. Meditating with this mala or wearing it brings in balance and harmony of the masculine energy of cause and feminine energy of effect.  A perfect gift for a "marriage."
     
    Japa is repeating God's nameJapa Nam - Repeating God's Name
    In order to focus one's mind on God, Babaji taught people to chant the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya. It is a Sanskrit phrase which means something like "I surrender to/bow to/take refuge in God," or "Lord, Thy will be done." The Name of God used in this mantra is Lord Shiva, the Supreme Manifestation of God. Constant repetition of the mantra (japa) focuses the mind on God - opens the heart and mind to God - and stops, or reduces, the tendency of one's mind to constantly plan (the future), worry (about the past), daydream (illusion), or otherwise idle away in essentially useless activity.
     
    Repeating God's Name of Om Namah Shivaya is a protection and a purification of the consciousness. It is like a clear running stream, constantly washing and renewing the mind for higher purpose. Babaji's main purpose for re-appearing is to reform the hearts and minds of people. He comes to remove confusion and evil from mankind. Shri Babaji once said: "The mind can be purified only by japa. This is the only medicine for the disease of the mind. While your mind and heart are impure, how can God live in your heart? The water to clean your heart is the Name of God. Teach everyone to repeat the Name of God -- everywhere."
     
    The mind that is generally focused on God's Name(s) responds, when the need arises, spontaneously to perform its required functions quickly, easily and well. Babaji emphasized Om Namah Shivaya but also gave other mantras on some occasions. The essence of his instruction is "Repeat God's Name." Shri Babaji said that when the great destruction comes to the world, those who believe in and worship God sincerely, and especially those who repeat His Name, will be saved by the power of the mantra. "God's Name is more powerful than a thousand atomic and hydrogen bombs."
     
    How to perform Japa
    Usually, japa is performed on a mala (prayer beads, 108 beads per strand, like a rosary). In the morning, upon waking from sleep, a bath is taken immediately (pour water over all the body from a bucket with a cup). After bath and dressing in your prayer clothes, you sit peacefully in front of your altar. You touch the mala only with the right hand. You hold the beads without using the index finger (index finger is known as the "ego" finger so you leave the ego out of this). You begin where the mala has one larger bead and a tassle; you say one mantra per bead, working the mala around between thumb and middle finger. Once you have completed the 108 repetitions, you turn the mala around and go back the same direction you came. The large bead at the end is called the "guru" bead, so you "don't cross the guru," you keep turning the mala around and going back over the beads the opposite direction. Since 5 is a Shiva number, it is good to do a minimum of 5 rounds of the mala at a sitting. This is done morning and evening.
     
    Japa Nam is also accomplished by constantly repeating the Name of God while working, eating, walking, and everything you do in a day, without always using the mala. When you repeat the Name of God while working, it is also called Karma Yoga.
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    $45.00
  • Bright Green Jade 8mm Beads (BJ8MM)
    Bright Green Jade 8mm Beads
     
    Jade is known to increase love and nurturing. A protective stone, Jade keeps the wearer from harm and brings harmony. Jade attracts good luck and friendship. It stabilizes the personality and promotes self-sufficiency.
     
    Japa is repeating God's nameJapa Nam - Repeating God's Name
    In order to focus one's mind on God, Babaji taught people to chant the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya. It is a Sanskrit phrase which means something like "I surrender to/bow to/take refuge in God," or "Lord, Thy will be done." The Name of God used in this mantra is Lord Shiva, the Supreme Manifestation of God. Constant repetition of the mantra (japa) focuses the mind on God - opens the heart and mind to God - and stops, or reduces, the tendency of one's mind to constantly plan (the future), worry (about the past), daydream (illusion), or otherwise idle away in essentially useless activity.
     
    Repeating God's Name of Om Namah Shivaya is a protection and a purification of the consciousness. It is like a clear running stream, constantly washing and renewing the mind for higher purpose. Babaji's main purpose for re-appearing is to reform the hearts and minds of people. He comes to remove confusion and evil from mankind. Shri Babaji once said: "The mind can be purified only by japa. This is the only medicine for the disease of the mind. While your mind and heart are impure, how can God live in your heart? The water to clean your heart is the Name of God. Teach everyone to repeat the Name of God -- everywhere."
     
    The mind that is generally focused on God's Name(s) responds, when the need arises, spontaneously to perform its required functions quickly, easily and well. Babaji emphasized Om Namah Shivaya but also gave other mantras on some occasions. The essence of his instruction is "Repeat God's Name." Shri Babaji said that when the great destruction comes to the world, those who believe in and worship God sincerely, and especially those who repeat His Name, will be saved by the power of the mantra. "God's Name is more powerful than a thousand atomic and hydrogen bombs."
     
    How to perform Japa
    Usually, japa is performed on a mala (prayer beads, 108 beads per strand, like a rosary). In the morning, upon waking from sleep, a bath is taken immediately (pour water over all the body from a bucket with a cup). After bath and dressing in your prayer clothes, you sit peacefully in front of your altar. You touch the mala only with the right hand. You hold the beads without using the index finger (index finger is known as the "ego" finger so you leave the ego out of this). You begin where the mala has one larger bead and a tassle; you say one mantra per bead, working the mala around between thumb and middle finger. Once you have completed the 108 repetitions, you turn the mala around and go back the same direction you came. The large bead at the end is called the "guru" bead, so you "don't cross the guru," you keep turning the mala around and going back over the beads the opposite direction. Since 5 is a Shiva number, it is good to do a minimum of 5 rounds of the mala at a sitting. This is done morning and evening.

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    $45.00
  • Yellow Jade 8mm Beads (YJ8MM)
    Yellow Jade 8mm Beads
     
    Jade is known to increase love and nurturing. A protective stone, Jade keeps the wearer from harm and brings harmony. Jade attracts good luck and friendship. It stabilizes the personality and promotes self-sufficiency.
     
    Japa is repeating God's nameJapa Nam - Repeating God's Name
    In order to focus one's mind on God, Babaji taught people to chant the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya. It is a Sanskrit phrase which means something like "I surrender to/bow to/take refuge in God," or "Lord, Thy will be done." The Name of God used in this mantra is Lord Shiva, the Supreme Manifestation of God. Constant repetition of the mantra (japa) focuses the mind on God - opens the heart and mind to God - and stops, or reduces, the tendency of one's mind to constantly plan (the future), worry (about the past), daydream (illusion), or otherwise idle away in essentially useless activity.
     
    Repeating God's Name of Om Namah Shivaya is a protection and a purification of the consciousness. It is like a clear running stream, constantly washing and renewing the mind for higher purpose. Babaji's main purpose for re-appearing is to reform the hearts and minds of people. He comes to remove confusion and evil from mankind. Shri Babaji once said: "The mind can be purified only by japa. This is the only medicine for the disease of the mind. While your mind and heart are impure, how can God live in your heart? The water to clean your heart is the Name of God. Teach everyone to repeat the Name of God -- everywhere."
     
    The mind that is generally focused on God's Name(s) responds, when the need arises, spontaneously to perform its required functions quickly, easily and well. Babaji emphasized Om Namah Shivaya but also gave other mantras on some occasions. The essence of his instruction is "Repeat God's Name." Shri Babaji said that when the great destruction comes to the world, those who believe in and worship God sincerely, and especially those who repeat His Name, will be saved by the power of the mantra. "God's Name is more powerful than a thousand atomic and hydrogen bombs."
     
    How to perform Japa
    Usually, japa is performed on a mala (prayer beads, 108 beads per strand, like a rosary). In the morning, upon waking from sleep, a bath is taken immediately (pour water over all the body from a bucket with a cup). After bath and dressing in your prayer clothes, you sit peacefully in front of your altar. You touch the mala only with the right hand. You hold the beads without using the index finger (index finger is known as the "ego" finger so you leave the ego out of this). You begin where the mala has one larger bead and a tassle; you say one mantra per bead, working the mala around between thumb and middle finger. Once you have completed the 108 repetitions, you turn the mala around and go back the same direction you came. The large bead at the end is called the "guru" bead, so you "don't cross the guru," you keep turning the mala around and going back over the beads the opposite direction. Since 5 is a Shiva number, it is good to do a minimum of 5 rounds of the mala at a sitting. This is done morning and evening.

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    $45.00
  • Blue Jade 8mm Beads (BJ8MM)
    Yellow Jade 8mm Beads
     
    Jade is known to increase love and nurturing. A protective stone, Jade keeps the wearer from harm and brings harmony. Jade attracts good luck and friendship. It stabilizes the personality and promotes self-sufficiency.
     
    Japa is repeating God's nameJapa Nam - Repeating God's Name
    In order to focus one's mind on God, Babaji taught people to chant the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya. It is a Sanskrit phrase which means something like "I surrender to/bow to/take refuge in God," or "Lord, Thy will be done." The Name of God used in this mantra is Lord Shiva, the Supreme Manifestation of God. Constant repetition of the mantra (japa) focuses the mind on God - opens the heart and mind to God - and stops, or reduces, the tendency of one's mind to constantly plan (the future), worry (about the past), daydream (illusion), or otherwise idle away in essentially useless activity.
     
    Repeating God's Name of Om Namah Shivaya is a protection and a purification of the consciousness. It is like a clear running stream, constantly washing and renewing the mind for higher purpose. Babaji's main purpose for re-appearing is to reform the hearts and minds of people. He comes to remove confusion and evil from mankind. Shri Babaji once said: "The mind can be purified only by japa. This is the only medicine for the disease of the mind. While your mind and heart are impure, how can God live in your heart? The water to clean your heart is the Name of God. Teach everyone to repeat the Name of God -- everywhere."
     
    The mind that is generally focused on God's Name(s) responds, when the need arises, spontaneously to perform its required functions quickly, easily and well. Babaji emphasized Om Namah Shivaya but also gave other mantras on some occasions. The essence of his instruction is "Repeat God's Name." Shri Babaji said that when the great destruction comes to the world, those who believe in and worship God sincerely, and especially those who repeat His Name, will be saved by the power of the mantra. "God's Name is more powerful than a thousand atomic and hydrogen bombs."
     
    How to perform Japa
    Usually, japa is performed on a mala (prayer beads, 108 beads per strand, like a rosary). In the morning, upon waking from sleep, a bath is taken immediately (pour water over all the body from a bucket with a cup). After bath and dressing in your prayer clothes, you sit peacefully in front of your altar. You touch the mala only with the right hand. You hold the beads without using the index finger (index finger is known as the "ego" finger so you leave the ego out of this). You begin where the mala has one larger bead and a tassle; you say one mantra per bead, working the mala around between thumb and middle finger. Once you have completed the 108 repetitions, you turn the mala around and go back the same direction you came. The large bead at the end is called the "guru" bead, so you "don't cross the guru," you keep turning the mala around and going back over the beads the opposite direction. Since 5 is a Shiva number, it is good to do a minimum of 5 rounds of the mala at a sitting. This is done morning and evening.

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    $45.00
  • Jharra Sessions For Those Seeking Balance ()
    Quote from Babaji:
    20 JANUARY 1984
    "All of you must learn spiritual healing - jhara-phunka - and make spiritual healing centers. By that means, many people in the world will get peace and happiness."
     
    Basic Description of Jharra: 
    Jharra is a healing technique in which the practitioner repeats a mantra while sweeping peacock feathers over a person’s body, thereby clearing out dis-harmony and allowing the natural harmony and balance to be restored.  With each sweep of the feathers, a powerful mantra is repeated by the practitioner.  The client remains quiet in a receptive frame of mind. 

    As a Jharra Practitioner since 1986, I am offering Jharra Balancing Sessions (remotely and in person).
     
    These sessions take about 20-30 minutes; for remote sessions, you need to email me your photo and some basic details about your situation. In person, we need to set an appointment.
     
    Recommended: begin with 3 sessions the first week for acute situations; once a week for non-acute.  I have greatly reduced the cost of the 3 session package to make it easier for you to get the healing that you need for your situation.

    Once you purchase a session I will contact you to arrange the details of your appointment.

    Should you have questions or need any clarification please email me directly at
    babaji.net@gmail.com
     
    One session: $50
    Three sessions: $108
     
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    $50.00
  • Soul Landscapes - Paintings by Babaji (SOUZ54)
    Soul Landscapes Painted by Babaji in Haidakhan, India
    22 pictures representing stages of the soul during cycles of development

    These cards are about 5" x 7"  and are printed on very high-quality paper, like a greeting card. 
    They stand up.
    They have the title on the back of the card.

     
     
    Please Note:  For those who live in Europe, the Soul Landscapes can be ordered directly from the creator, Teresa Dawson, who lives in Switzerland. Just send an email to Marge at babaji.net@gmail.com to get the contact info for ordering.  This will save time and postage.

    Meaning and use of the 22 healing pictures

    Babaji painted these pictures with the intent to guide, heal and balance the soul. The states of the soul depicted by these paintings are the healed states, the states in their completion.

    The human soul develops in spiral form, passing through the same stages again and again. Ever on a higher level, on a more subtle level, while the principles, the steps to be taken remain the same. No stage is more advanced than the other. All stages together build a complete circle.

    Each healing picture represents one of 22 main stages of development in their completion. These are 22 particular ways of existing, feeling, thinking, doing and being. A picture always strongly resonates with the person who is in the phase of soul development related to the picture.

    You are capable of sensing or feeling the healing vibration needed at a given time by simply being attracted to the picture reflecting this healed soul state. You will naturally select the picture which contains the healing vibration that will guide and balance your soul for a certain time in your life: either for a specific aspect of personality or for necessary growth or for being shown the healed state condition.

    Water placed on a healing picture absorbs its vibrations and can be used for drinking, cooking, watering plants.

    Teresa Surja Dawson

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    $54.00
  • Knotted 108 Bead Rudraksha & Pearl 6mm Beads (MRP)
    108 Bead Rudraksha & Pearl Knotted Mala, 14", 6mm Beads, Red Tassel

    Rudraksha
    Rudraksha literally means "the tears of Shiva." It is said, while contemplating Mans suffering, Shiva unexpectedly began to cry tears of compassion. As his tears fell, he guided them towards Earth and transformed them into divine seeds or the benefit of those seeking freedom from suffering and union with the Divine.

    The Rudraksha changes karma, controls stress, clarity, sharpens the mind, and increases the power of intuition, protection from negativity, charges the soul with shakti, connection with positive forces, many health benefits.

    Planet: Sun
    Element:: Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether

     
    Pearl
    Purity, Honesty, Innocence, Integrity, Concentration, Focus, Meditation, Tranquility,Wisdom
     
    Planet:  Moon
    Element:  Water
     
    Pearl is a 30th Anniversary gemstone.
     
    Chakras - Third Eye Chakra
    Birthstone - June
    Zodiac - Gemini, Cancer
    Planet - Moon
     
    Pearl signifies faith, charity and innocence.  It enhances personal integrity and helps to provide a focus to ones attention.  Pearl symbolises purity and is known as a “stone of sincerity.”  It brings truth to situations and loyalty to a “cause”.  Inhibits boisterous behaviour.
     
    Pearl treats digestive disorders and the soft organs of the body.  It relieves conditions of bloating and biliousness.  Pearl increases fertility and eases childbirth.
     
    Japa is repeating God's nameJapa Nam - Repeating God's Name
    In order to focus one's mind on God, Babaji taught people to chant the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya. It is a Sanskrit phrase which means something like "I surrender to/bow to/take refuge in God," or "Lord, Thy will be done." The Name of God used in this mantra is Lord Shiva, the Supreme Manifestation of God. Constant repetition of the mantra (japa) focuses the mind on God - opens the heart and mind to God - and stops, or reduces, the tendency of one's mind to constantly plan (the future), worry (about the past), daydream (illusion), or otherwise idle away in essentially useless activity.
     
    Repeating God's Name of Om Namah Shivaya is a protection and a purification of the consciousness. It is like a clear running stream, constantly washing and renewing the mind for higher purpose. Babaji's main purpose for re-appearing is to reform the hearts and minds of people. He comes to remove confusion and evil from mankind. Shri Babaji once said: "The mind can be purified only by japa. This is the only medicine for the disease of the mind. While your mind and heart are impure, how can God live in your heart? The water to clean your heart is the Name of God. Teach everyone to repeat the Name of God -- everywhere."
     
    The mind that is generally focused on God's Name(s) responds, when the need arises, spontaneously to perform its required functions quickly, easily and well. Babaji emphasized Om Namah Shivaya but also gave other mantras on some occasions. The essence of his instruction is "Repeat God's Name." Shri Babaji said that when the great destruction comes to the world, those who believe in and worship God sincerely, and especially those who repeat His Name, will be saved by the power of the mantra. "God's Name is more powerful than a thousand atomic and hydrogen bombs."
     
    How to perform Japa
    Usually, japa is performed on a mala (prayer beads, 108 beads per strand, like a rosary). In the morning, upon waking from sleep, a bath is taken immediately (pour water over all the body from a bucket with a cup). After bath and dressing in your prayer clothes, you sit peacefully in front of your altar. You touch the mala only with the right hand. You hold the beads without using the index finger (index finger is known as the "ego" finger so you leave the ego out of this). You begin where the mala has one larger bead and a tassle; you say one mantra per bead, working the mala around between thumb and middle finger. Once you have completed the 108 repetitions, you turn the mala around and go back the same direction you came. The large bead at the end is called the "guru" bead, so you "don't cross the guru," you keep turning the mala around and going back over the beads the opposite direction. Since 5 is a Shiva number, it is good to do a minimum of 5 rounds of the mala at a sitting. This is done morning and evening.
     
    Japa Nam is also accomplished by constantly repeating the Name of God while working, eating, walking, and everything you do in a day, without always using the mala. When you repeat the Name of God while working, it is also called Karma Yoga.


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