Nama Article 30th November 2014
Excerpts from a discourse by our Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji
'Kăsum pirappum kalakalappa kaiperndu' - The 'ăicchiis' (the Yadava women) wear two 'thăliis' (the auspicious mark worn by married women in a chain around the neck). One made of thread and the other of gold ('Kăsum pirappum'). They wear glass bangles and with their hands churn the curd with the 'mathu' (wooden rod used to churn curd). Every sound possesses a power. Every 'dwani' (sound) is like a 'Mantra'. One is forbidden to draw 'kolam' with charcoal piece because it is believed the house will be burgled. The lines drawn are like the Yantar. The 'kolam' lines drawn in this manner draws burglars. When we draw 'kolam' we should not do it on water. It attracts bad spirits. We should always speak only good, positive things. Utter such words as - 'sowkyamă', 'santhoshamă' That is, always speak positively - 'I am comfortable; I am happy.'
Once I saw Yogiramsuratkumar with many letters in his hand, which he tore up after going through them, uttering, 'nalla sedi vandirukku', 'nalla sedi vandirukku'! (Good news has been received! Good news has been received!). Words have power ('Vărthaigalukku oru shakti irukku!').
Please check these: Excerpts from a discourse by our Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji
The words that a saint or a sage utters are not empty sounds that he makes. They are forces that are released like atom bombs; they can manifest themselves in the physical world and events can take place