Go to Badrachalam and you will have a lot of surprises – says the Muni. What are they?!
Who is a culprit? Can one such be transformed totally? Sage Agastya proves it is not only possible to transform an accused to a noble one, but also that even the impossible is just an opinion and that nothing is impossible for the Siddhas.
The wicked may seem to be living peacefully and happily, but the Siddhas and Almighty know when and how their fate will turn things upside down. The same applies to the good and pious. They may seem to be dwindling in mediocrity and suffering, but the Siddhas know what is in store for the good. This is a testimony for those who have faith, are never forsaken!
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[stextbox id=”info” image=”null”]The Grace of Siddha series can be read here.[/stextbox] Though related to Sage Agastya’s Jeeva Nãdi for forty years, I couldn’t perceive a few things completely. They come to read Nãdi with great enthusiasm and a lot of expectation.. When I am reading Nãdi for them, the Sage will reveal some seemingly unrelated information. […]
In our time period, where conflicts of religious interests is at its heights, this post reveals that different religions exist only for humans, but from a true spiritual perspective, the people belonging to different sects and religion are all the same souls from the Almighty.