Guru Purnima, Puran Maarg, Divine Communion
GuruDev, Expanding our Consciousness, Enlightened Vision
Guru Poornima, Teachers/Visionary Day
Each day teaches us something; Sum thinks teach us the True Essence of each and every Priceless Moment Magnificently
The True Moments, The True Day/Days; Way/Ways of living and practicing Righteousness in all that we Think, Do/True and Express
12 July 2014 is being celebrated as Guru Purnima. The translational definition of this represents Guru/Teachers Day respectfully.
Guru represents the spiritual guide, teacher, the visionary and the guiding light of one another’s lives with the devotion of discipline, goodwill and righteousness remarkably. Puran’s translational definition refers to complete while Maarg refers to the path respectively. Here it earnestly intends to refers to the divine order of trust that governs the landscapes of our lives ingeniously, God bless. The governance is the wisdom while the capabilities and virtues that we have been entrusted with are based upon our attitudes where we are time and again reminded to b e consciously aware of living our purposeful life with due diligence, prudence, righteousness, sincerity, truthfulness and our brilliant creative wisdom consistently.
Purnima represents the full moon day as well as the completeness/the divine essence. This humbly evokes our conscious awareness to awaken to our completeness; our self realization; embracing our graceful radiance and wonderfulness, to experience the pure elements of our magnificent nature by living our divine purpose, our divine principles, our divine values and our divine will infinitely.
It is a great privilege and honor to reach across and felicitate each and every guru; each and every teacher/visionary for their nobility, guidance, grace and wisdom respectively.
Guru in Hindi/Sanskrit refers to teacher/enlightened noble soul/visionary and in Sindhi to seek. Dev seeks to refer to the divine essence, the goodwill and the image of God that sacredly remains ensconced within the realms of our true nature and true self amazingly.
The translational definition of Guru Purnima from Sindhi to English refers to the following; “Seek Completeness”.
This respectfully refers to expanding our consciousness and raising it to the level of the divine light; emerging/merging and experiencing the divine union with the oneness of who we truly are; to be one with the supreme consciousness, practicing righteousness in all that we think, do and express infinitely, God bless.
©2014 Vashi Chandi