Sraddha, meaning intense faith or conviction, is the cornerstone for success in any endeavour, be it in our spiritual or personal path. It enables us to perserve in the face of even the greatest difficulties. The Sraddha suktam, which is part of the Taittiriya Brahmana, underlines the significance of Sraddha and honours it as a goddess.Read More
Pavamanasuktam is a very famous chant from the Vedic tradition. It is often chanted to help clean/refine energy be it in a place or a person. Many times when entering a new house or space of work, this chant was recited to purify the space of its past energy so that a new positive beginning could be commenced.
It is also used in healing, when dark energy such as past traumas, abuses or impressions from abuse/violence needs to be transformed.
Both Listening and learning to chant this chant can be very helpful in a number of circumstances.
Part of the Taittiriya Brahmana, this chant appeals to the natural elements like fire, sun, moon, earth etc., to sustain and nourish the organs and functions in the human system. It teaches us to receive nourishment from the natural sources that surround us, and through that connect to the divine source of nourishment within us. Thus it teaches us that the external and internal are extraordinary sources of nourishment.Read More