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Guru Chant

December 27, 2009

The trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.

“Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu Guru Devo Maheshwara Guru Sakshat Param Brahma Tasmai Sri Guruve Namaha: Our creation is that Guru, The duration of our lives is that Guru, Our trials and hardships are that Guru.  There is a Guru that is nearby and a Guru that is beyond the beyond.  I offer all my efforts to the Guru.

Guru Brahma is the lord of creation and represents all the times and moments of new beginnings and creation in our lives.  Our parents are our original creators and so they are our first Guru Brahmas.  Guru Vishnu is the sustainer, representing the stretches of continuousness that make up our lives.  Guru Devo Maheshwarah is Shiva as the dancer.  This represents destruction and the hardships.  The moments in our lives when something is ripped from us, relationships fall apart, when we are thrown into turmoil.  Even though these moments can be dark, the wisdom that dawns after, the ways in which we are able to grow as a result of these experiences, make them essential to our lives.

In this chant we are honoring and recognizing these aspects of life as opportunities to learn.   We are respecting the experiences of our lives as situations that can teach us.  Learning to except the darker moments as necessary parts of the cycle of life can make going through those moments easier.  Before Brahma is able to create, Shiva has to destroy.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. December 27, 2009 6:34 pm

    nice post, yes, Shiva destroys and then it all starts again :) I love this chant too, it is so melodic and sweet

    • December 28, 2009 10:37 am

      Thank you!! I just added you as a link!

  2. saronguardian permalink
    July 11, 2010 3:42 am

    I am a trance channel for a Seraphim Angel by the name of Saron. His main purpose is to put people on or keep them on the pathway to ascension or enlightenment. I channel weekly in public at the Ganesha Center in Las Vegas, NV. You can find my blog at:

    http://saronguardian.wordpress.com

    I love your blog!
    Thank you for doing what you do!
    Erik

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