The Sanskrit root “Gu” means darkness or ignorance. “Ru” denotes the remover of that darkness. Therefore one who removes darkness of our ignorance is a Guru. Only he who removes our ultimate darkness, known as Maya, and who inspires and guides us on to the path of God-realization is the true Guru.  It is difficult to attain such knowledge by his own endeavor by a spiritual aspirant,  no matter how brilliant he is. In essence, one can only attain salvation by serving the satpurush. Treading the path to God-realization by one’s own efforts is likened by the Katha Upanishad as walking on a razor’s edge.

History

The day of full moon, Purnima, in the month of Ashadh (Indian calendar month) is traditionally celebrated as Guru Purnima. The day is celebrated in remembrance and veneration to sage Ved Vyas. He is the Adi (original/first) Guru of the Hindu Dharma, who classified the Vedas, wrote the eighteen Puranas and the Mahabharat. On this day, the Guru is offered Puja (worship) by the disciples.

Pranashakty’s Guru Purnima Celebration

On the day of Guru Purnima, Pranashakty Team celebrate it by receiving Guru Grace Transmission.

This special energy transmission happened through a Puja for Swami Ramalinga, Shirdi Sai Baba and Lord Ganesha.  The Puja was be done by Pranaji and all Pranashakty Students in their respective countries.  Everyone  who wanted t0 receive direct transmission of energy from the gurus were invited to participate in the Puja.  Guru Grace Transmission was done by Pranaji that spread through his students to everyone though the Puja.

Pranashakty Team also did free Jothi Level 1 retreat, Jothi Blessing and healing for those in need. Everyone felt powerful transmission of energy that was keeping them in bliss even one the next day…!

Adi Shankaracharya said, “If a person, despite possessing: a handsome, disease-free body, fame, a mountain of wealth, and even if he has studied the Vedas and all other scriptures, and has himself composed many scriptures, but has not surrendered himself at the feet of a Guru, then he has achieved nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing.”