BHAGAVAN VAIDEESWARA  

Bhava Samadhi Darshanˢᵐ

SPIRITUALLY HEAL YOURSELF

WITH THE SUPREME PONTIFF OF HINDUISM,
JAGATGURU MAHASANNIDHANAM,
DIVINE HOLINESS
BHAGAVAN NITHYANANDA PARAMASHIVAM

 

FREE GLOBAL
LIVE ONLINE EVENT
Wednesday, 7 April, 2021
(United Nations World Health Day) 

7.00AM IST /
WEDNESDAY, 24 MARCH 2021 6:30PM PDT

Build Relationship with Cosmic Beings || Experience Deep Lasting Transformation

KAILASA’S VAIDEESWARA BHAVA SAMADHI DARSHAN PROGRAM IS SPECIALLY DESIGNED TO HELP YOU EXPERIENCE:

  • WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO CONNECT WITH THE DIVINE?
  • HOW TO EXPERIENCE THE ULTIMATE SPIRITUAL HEALING OF ALL AILMENTS AND SUFFERINGS BY CONNECTING WITH THE DIVINE?
  • WHAT IS FEELING-CONNECTION / DEVOTION TO GURU
  • RECEIVING THE INITIATION AND MIRRORING THE NEURONS OF BHAGAVAN VAIDEESWARA MANIFESTING THROUGH THE LIVING INCARNATION OF PARAMASHIVA, THE SUPREME PONTIFF OF HINDUISM, JAGATGURU MAHASANNIDHANAM, HIS DIVINE HOLINESS BHAGAVAN NITHYANANDA PARAMASHIVAM

    WHO IS BHAGAVAN VAIDEESWARA?

    BHAGAVAN VAIDEESWARA, also known and worshipped as Sri Vaidyanatha Swamy. Baidyanath, Baijanath, Vaijyanath, Sri Vaidyanatheshwara, Vaitheeshwara – is the manifestation of Paramashiva as the lord of the ancient Hindu science of medicinal herbs and Ayurveda (whole-body healing system).

    Vaidya means Physician, Eeshwara or Natha means God / Master. Bhagavan Vaideeswara is worshipped as the Master Physician, as the ultimate Cosmic healer who can cure even the incurable afflictions of worldly existence. 

    ‘Health’ in Hinduism is not just disease-less-ness, it is a state of positive, complete well-being-ness, wholly centered on the Self. ‘Swastha’ – the Sanskrit word for Health – means ‘Centered on Self’.  To feel bliss continuously inside us and to float with blissful lightness is what is called ‘Arogya’ or ‘good health’.

    Bhagavan Vaideeswara awakens the innate natural bliss and healing potential (Kundalini Shakti) dormant within every being and fills us with tremendous energy required to come back to the natural healthy state.

    Sastra Pramana 

    References from the Sastras on the Powers of Spiritual Healing

    Several verses in the Rig Veda (Suktas 1.43, 1.114, 2.33, 7.46) extol the glory of Lord Rudra (Shiva) as the best of physicians, as the one who cures even the incurable.  

    In Guru Gita (verse 93), Bhagavan Paramashiva says that Guru is the ultimate healer, the one who heals from the sufferings of worldly existence.

     

    Rig Veda 1.043:

    गाथपतिं मेधपतिं रुद्रं जलाषभेषजम |
    तच्छंयोः सुम्नमीमहे ||

    gāthapatim medhapatiṃ rudraṃ jalāṣabheṣajam |
    tac chaṃyoḥ sumnam īmahe ||4||

    To Rudra, the Lord of Sacrifice, of hymns and balmy medicines, we pray for joy and  health and strength

    (- Rig Veda 1.043.04)

    RV 1.114:

    इमा रुद्राय तवसे कपर्दिने कषयद्वीराय पर भरामहे मतीः |

    यथा शमसद दविपदे चतुष्पदे विश्वं पुष्टंग्रामे अस्मिन्ननातुरम || 01 ||

    imā́ rudrā́ya taváse kapardíne kṣayádvīrāya prá bharāmahe matī́ḥ |
    yáthā śám ásad dvipáde cátuṣpade víśvam puṣṭáṃ grā́me asmínn anāturám || 01 || 

    To the strong Rudra bring we these our songs of praise, to Him the Lord of Heroes with the braided hair, That it be well with all our cattle and our men, that in this village all be healthy and well-fed.  – –RV1.114.01

    RV1.114.05 :

    दिवो वराहमरुषं कपर्दिनं तवेषं रूपं नमसा निह्वयामहे |

    हस्ते बिभ्रद भेषजा वार्याणि शर्म वर्म छर्दिरस्मभ्यं यंसत || 5 ||
    divo varāham aruṣaṃ kapardinaṃ tveṣaṃ rūpaṃ namasā ni hvayāmahe |

    haste bibhrad bheṣajā vāryāṇi śarma varma cchardir asmabhyaṃ yaṃsat || 5 ||
    Him with the braided hair we call with reverence down, the wild−boar of the sky,  the red, the dazzling shape. May he, his hand filled full of sovran medicines, grant us protection, shelter, and a home secure. RV1.114.05  

    RV 2.033:

    तवादत्तेभी रुद्र शन्तमेभिः शतं हिमा अशीय भेषजेभिः |

    वयस्मद दवेषो वितरं वयंहो वयमीवाश्चातयस्वा विषूचीः || 2 ||

    tvādattebhī rudra śantamebhiḥ śataṃ himā aśīya bheṣajebhiḥ |

    vy asmad dveṣo vitaraṃ vy aṃho vy amīvāś cātayasvā viṣūcīḥ || 2 ||

    O Rudra, with your most benignant means of healing, may I enjoy hundred winters – RV2.033.02

    RV2.033.12:

    कुमारश्चित पितरं वन्दमानं परति नानाम रुद्रोपयन्तम |

    भूरेर्दातारं सत्पतिं गर्णीषे सतुतस्त्वं भेषजा रास्यस्मे || 12 ||

    kumāraś cit pitaraṃ vandamānam prati nānāma rudropayantam |

    bhūrer dātāraṃ satpatiṃ gṛṇīṣe stutas tvam bheṣajā rāsy asme || 12 ||

    To you Rudra  I have surrendered myself, just as a boy  approaches  his respected father . The Lord of all existence, I beseech you ! Please bestow upon us the cure to our ills  – RV2.033.12

    RV 7.046:

    स हि कषयेण कषम्यस्य जन्मनः साम्राज्येन दिव्यस्य चेतति |

    अवन्नवन्तीरुप नो दुरश्चरानमीवो रुद्र जासु नो भव || 2 ||

    sa hi kṣayeṇa kṣamyasya janmanaḥ sāmrājyena divyasya cetati |

    avannavantīrupa no duraścarānamīvo rudra jāsu no bhava || 2 ||

    He through his lordship thinks on beings of the earth, on heavenly beings through his high imperial sway. 

    Come willingly to our doors that gladly welcome thee, O Rudra, and heal all sickness in our family  – RV7.046.02

    Guru Gita - verse 93

    आनन्दमानन्दकरं प्रसन्नं ज्ञानस्वरूपं निजबोधयुक्तम्।
    योगीन्द्रमीड्यं भवरोगवैद्यं श्रीमद्गुरुं नित्यमहं नमामि॥९३॥

    I always bow to Guru, who is bliss, who exudes delight, and who is cheerful. His very nature is knowledge, and he is aware of his own Self. He is highest among the yogis and is adorable. He is the physician for the disease of worldly existence.

    -Bhagavan Paramashiva to Devi in Guru Gita verse 93

    apta pramana

    The ‘Sthala Purana’ (Historical Significance and anecdotes of location) of Vaitheeswaran Koil (temple) in Tamil Nadu says:
    It is here that Paramashiva along with his consort Parvathi (known by the names of ‘ThayilNayagi’ and ‘Balambikesa’ ) heals the wounds of all the Devas (inflicted in the war with the Asuras) with the application of medicinal oils brought from Kailasa.

    It is in this very place that Bhagavan Sri Rama worships Vaitheeswara and heals the wounds inflicted on Jatayu by Ravana and liberates him (Jatayu Kund).

    It is by the worship of Vaitheeswara in this place that Angaraka (planet Mars) is healed of his leprosy.

    In this very place, the Sun, the Moon, Angaraka (Mangal Graha), Indra, the Devas, the Vedas, the Saptarshis, Dhanvantri, Bhagavan Ganesha and Bhagavan Subramanya (as Sri Selva Muthukumaraswamy), Siddhars and Nayanars – all of them continue to grace this land and worship Paramashiva here as Vaitheeswara, the Master physician.

    The sthala puranas of the various other Vaidyanatha Swamy temples across India are also replete with similar historical stories and testimonies of the power of healing and remedy experienced by devotees of Bhagavan Vaideeswara.

    SRI VAIDYANATHA ASHTAKAM

     

    श्रीराम सौमित्रि जटायुवॆद- षडाननादित्य कुजार्चिताय ।
    श्री नीलकण्ठाय दयामयायश्री वैद्यनाथाय नमः शिवाय ॥ १ ॥
     

    sree rama soumithri jatayu veda
    shadananaaditya kujarchithya,
    sree neelakanthaaya dayaa mayaaya,
    sree vaidyanathaya namasivaya. ||1 ||

     
    I salute that God Shiva,
    Who is the king among physicians,
    Who is worshipped by Rama and Lakshmana,
    Who is worshipped by Jatayu,
    Who is worshipped by the Vedas,
    Who is worshipped by Lord Subrahmanya,
    Who is worshipped by the Sun God,
    Who is worshipped by the Mars God,
    Who is having a blue neck,
    and who is the personification of mercy.
       

    (Composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya)

    SRI VAIDYANATHA ASHTAKAM (Composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya)

    प्रभूतवातादि समस्त रॊग-

    प्रणाशकर्त्रॆ मुनिवन्दिताय ।

    प्रभाकरॆन्द्वग्निविलॊचनाय

    श्री वैद्यनाथाय नमः शिवाय ॥ ४ ॥

     

    prabhootha vaataadhi samastha roga,

    pranaasha kartre muni vandithitaaya,

    prabhaakarendvagni vilochanaya,

    sri vaidyanathaya namah sivaya. || 4 ||

     

    I salute that God Shiva, Who is the king among physicians, Who cures all great diseases like rheumatism and arthritis, Who is saluted by great sages,and to whom, the Sun god, Moon and God of fire are eyes.

    SRI VAIDYANATHA ASHTAKAM (Composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya)

    वाक्श्रॊत्रनॆत्राङ्घ्रिविहीनजन्तॊः

    वाक्श्रॊत्रनॆत्राङ्घ्रिमुखप्रदाय ।

    कुष्ठादिसर्वॊन्नतरॊगहन्त्रॆ

    श्री वैद्यनाथाय नमः शिवाय ॥ ५ ॥

    vaakshrothra nethranghri viheena jantho,

    vaakshrothra nethranghri mukha pradaya,

    kushthaadi sarvonnatha roga hantre,

    sri vaidyanathaya namah sivaya || 5 ||

     

    I salute that God Shiva, Who is the king among physicians, Who blesses those beings who have lost their speech, hearing, sight and ability to walk, With these abilities and who provides cure for devastating diseases like leprosy.

    SRI VAIDYANATHA ASHTAKAM (Composed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya)

    वालाम्बिकेश वैद्येश भवरोगहरेति च।

    जपेन्नामत्रयं नित्यं महारोगनिवारणम्॥

    baalaambikesa vaidyesa bhavaroga hareti ca,

    japen nama thrayam nithyam mahaaroga nivaranam.

     

    Those who recite this prayer thrice a day with devotion and pray to the Lord Vaidyanatha, the One who is with his consort Balambika and who removes the worldly fear of birth and death, would get cured of all great illnesses.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Benefits of attending Bhava Samadhi Darshan
    • Paramashiva states that ‘He created Himself as many to enjoy Himself.’ As the present living incarnation of Paramashiva, The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism has opened what was once an exclusive session , now made public to the world for the sole purpose of initiating whole of humanity at once, in large numbers into the state, space, powers, being and superconsciousness of Paramashiva through Hinduism’s most powerful process – Bhava Samadhi Darshan. 

       

      During Bhava Samadhi Darshan, as microcosm (Pindanda), we mirror the neurons of the macrocosm (Brahmanda) intensely. The inner potential energy (Kundalini) floods through the brain immensely. We know this to be the awakening of non mechanical parts of the brain or otherwise simply referred to as “whole brain awakening.” All simply through Darshan! Wow.

    How to receive the most in Bhava Samadhi Darshan

    Gratitude. 

    • Gratitude to yourself for your existence on Planet Earth till today. 
    • Gratitude to your loved ones for having you and being with you through thick and thin. 
    • Gratitude to the world for all it has done for us – realised, unrealised. 
    • Gratitude to the moveable and immoveable objects/persons in your life. 

    If you are already connected to The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism as your Guru, gratitude towards the Guru during Bhava Samadhi Darshan is by mere remembrance! 

    If you are yet to be connected, worry not! With immense gratitude in that moment for everything in life, gratitude towards Paramashiva and the living incarnation of Paramashiva will be an added gift to your basket! Gratitude for the Guru is indeed blessing of janmas all together.

    Naivedyam Offerings for Bhagavan Vaideeshwara

    In Hinduism, a sacred meal (Naivedyam) is a personal offering of every individual with their chosen deity (Ishta Devata). Devotees are encouraged to personally prepare organic sattvic vegetarian food items and offered to Bhagavan Vaideeshwara manifesting through The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam, His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam. 

     

    Darshan is superconscious atomic energy exploding at that time of Darshan. Auspiciousness in health mentally and physically, completion with karma related to wealth, abundance, prosperity, healing and fulfilling relationships are a natural by-product in the life of one who has received Darshan of the living incarnation of Paramashiva. 

     

    At the time of Darshan, the food offered as Naivedyam becomes sacred consecrated food known as Prasadam. Hindu temples around the world are known for distributing only Prasadam as part of their food bank, not because of moral value, but the immense healing properties in the Prasadam which will do collective good to mankind of the society, city and country who is consuming the Prasadam

     

    Therefore, SHRIKAILASA Uniting Nations for Nutritious Food and Hunger-Free World, in collaboration with SHRIKAILASA Uniting Nations for Ancient Sciences invite and encourage you to be part of KAILASA’s Nithyananda Annalaya (Food Bank) by sharing the Prasadam offered to Bhagavan Vaideeswara today to people in your area. On behalf of KAILASA’s Department of Human Services, we thank you in advance for your contribution. We request you to please kindly fill this form (http://tiny.cc/fooddonation) which would enable us to mark your contribution as part of KAILASA’s History. 

     

    One or more of the Naivedyams mentioned below can be offered as Naivedyam to Bhagavan Vaideeswara – 

    1. Tamarind Rice
    2. Chakra pongal
    3. Fruits

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    Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam

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