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Ganesha. Su historia y su significado espiritual - Vive el Yoga

Conoces al dios con cabeza de elefante? Seguro que sí. Hoy hablamos de Ganesha, su historia y su poderoso significado espiritual.

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Conociendo a Ganesha y aprendiendo a invocarlo

@solitalo Ganesha es una de las deidades más veneradas en la religión hindú. Es el dios removedor de obstáculos y señor de los comienzos, además de simbolizar la sabiduría, el intelecto, las artes …

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Ganesha Art Print

Ganesha art print by Angela Gollat.   Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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Sri Ganesha ¿Quien y qué es?

por Urdhvabhaga Das Ganesha, también pronunciado Ganesh o Sri Ganesh, conocido como Ganapati y Vinayaka, es un semidiós ampliamente adorado y reverenciado en el panteón Hindú. Su imagen se aprecia …

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Lord Ganesha Sitting on Lotus

Lord Ganesha Sitting on Lotus (Reprint on Paper - Unframed)

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Jan 16: NEW MOON – True Desire – Uttara Ashadha (Vedic Astrology)

The new moon of January 16 (6:17 pm PT) is aligned with a hidden and mysterious realm of the heart. Initiating an important transformative cycle in relationships and personal power, this new moon inspires new understanding of the needs and desires of others and yourself. In Vedic astrology the new moon falls in the area of the sky known as of Uttara Ashadha. Symbolized by an elephant’s tusk, Uttara Ashadha is connected to the Hindu elephant god, Ganesha, who is revered as the “Remover of Obstacles.” Uttara Ashadhais the star of “unstoppable victory.” Stubborn negative forces that hold us to unwanted patterns can be cast aside under Uttara Ashadha. It is said that this star will never accept defeat. The new moon is conjoined the planet of love – Venus. Since last month Venus has been traveling though the burning realms of her exterior combustion with the sun. Romantic relationships, friendships and other alliances may reach a turning point, as the queen of love and abundance abandons her throne in the morning sky to travel alone through the hot white fire of the sun. Next month she will reappear as evening star with a new lease on love and desire. Combined with the transit of courageous Mars into sidereal Scorpio, this new moon supports the creation of healthy boundaries and renewed self-respect. There is a tremendous power to transform unneeded patterns of victimization and self-negation during this lunar cycle. In India, the new moon will be celebrated as Mauni Amavasya and it is considered auspicious to take a vow of silence at this time. Take a moment for silent reflection. What is your true desire? When is it safe to trust others? The new moon holds an answer in the weeks to come with lessons around openness, commitment, and equality. *To fully understand how these astrological influences affect you on a personal level, book a one-on-one Vedic Astrology Reading with me here.

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The Story and Symbolism of Ganesha

Who is Ganesha? You may have seen this elephant headed deity in books, magazines, on websites, on malas and jewelry. But who is this Ganesha really? And why have so many been called to work with him? The Story of Ganesha Ganesha was a mythological figure said to be the son of Shiva and Parvati. Parvati was said to have created her son Ganesha from the Earth (some say sandalwood!) by molding it into the shape of a boy. Shiva was out wandering and meditating while she did so. Parvati asked her son to guard the door while she bathed and to not allow anyone to enter while he stood guard. Later that day, Shiva returned home to find this unknown boy refusing to let him in his home. He was outraged to find this boy claiming to be Parvati's son and, in a fury, set his gang of demons (Bhutaganas) after Ganesha. Ganesha surprisingly holds his own against the fearsome demons and only by the help of Vishnu, who came in the form of Maya and distracted Ganesha, could Shiva then lop off Ganesha's head. Parvati emerged from her bath after hearing the commotion and reprimanded Shiva for killing her son. To make amends, Shiva ordered a new head to be found for him and they used the closest animal they could find, an elephant! This is how Ganesha got his his elephant head! Ganesha's Meanings Ganesha is often called the

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