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Lalita Sahasranamaha - in a New Light

Author Name: Choudur Satyanarayana Moorthy | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

Indisputably, Gayatri* is the greatest Mantra in the Vedas. It has been claimed that it is the quintessence of Vedas. The Mantra:

(भूर्भुवहसुवह) तत् सवितुर्वरेण्यं

भर्गो देवस्य धीमहि धियो यो नः प्रचोदयात्॥

The Mantra means that that there are three layers of existence and in all the layers, that sun Brahman (universal Consciousness) provides its effulgence. We focus our awareness towards that wisdom. We are ordained to repeat this Mantra on every spiritual occasion so that we do not lose sight of the fact even for a moment.

In Bhu and Bhuvar Loka (layers) thought predominates pushing awareness to back-seat. Bhu is earth where we belong and Bhuvar Loka is the world of imagination that tethers us to Bhu (Loka). At Suvar Loka (layer), thought dissipates allowing unobstructed freedom of awareness. Predominance of thought implies duality (dvaita) as “I” am different from the world at large. As a consequence, thought creates a virtual reality common to all beings. We know no other reality. When a spiritual aspirant transcends thought, he graduates into a world of awareness where true reality is revealed. Space and time cease.

That is the world of Lalitambika (Advaita). Most of the thousand names (Lalita Sahasranama) are relevant to a devotee who has transcended Bhu and Bhuvar Loka (layers) and set his focus on Suvar Loka with assistance from Lalitambika.

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Choudur Satyanarayana Moorthy

Mr. C S Moorthy was born in the year 1938 in Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India. He grew up in Mumbai where he did his schooling. He obtained his Master’s Degree in English from Mysore University. He was elected as a Member of Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, UK in May 1978. He retired as Chief Manager Finance at Southern Petrochemical Industries Corporation in 1998. 

He came into close association with Late Swami Chinmayananda and was his ardent follower between the years 1959 and 1969. He was mentored by Swami Chinmayananda’s then principle disciple Sri. Brahmachari Natarajan, who later on became Late Swami Dayananda Saraswati on his own right. He encouraged Sri C S Moorthy to read books by Late J. Krishamurti in 1970. 

Since then Mr. Moorthy attended all the lectures (in Mumbai) of J. Krishamurti and became his great admirer till his death in 1986. Mr. Moorthy commenced his independent research on scientific and spiritual aspects of ancient scriptures. He published his first book “Gleanings from Rig Veda--When Science was Religion in 2011, a concentrated extract of many years of avid thoughts, readings and his deep understanding of sacred scriptures compiled by Rishis.

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