As pronounced in Durga mantra:

Devi Maa Resurrected in all Life forms at Arariya, Bihar

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu shakti - rupena samsthita
Namas tasyai, namas tasyai, namas tasyai namo namah

It is confirmed that all life forms are feminine while only God, carrying the power of universe, is masculine. Devi ma resides in all natural entities- in mountains, trees, soil, sky, all living beings and profound space. She dwells and institutionalizes herself as energy or Shakti in all particles. Nature is often referred to as mother or Ma. It is said that only a mother has the strength to endure the pains of all her offspring. She can bear their misconduct with a smile and does not revolt even if she is in deep pain. To resurrect the importance of Ma in our lives, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan organized a Devi Bhagwat Katha from 8th June, 2016 to 14th June, 2016 at Arariya, Bihar.

Devi Maa Resurrected in all Life forms at Arariya, Bihar

Sadhvi Aditi Bharti Ji, preacher, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan in her discourse elaborated on importance of conservation of nature from undisciplined acts like large scale cutting of trees, polluting air, and water and being unkind towards natural resources. The Katha beautifully eulogized strength of feminism which is worshipped in our country, Bharat and belief is that society progresses when women are respected. Sadhvi Ji said that successful person is one who balances within oneself masculine qualities of resilience, independence and self- confidence with feminine qualities of compassion, love and sacrifice. The supreme lord complements itself with nature and hence this balance is of utmost importance for sustenance of this world.

Sadhvi Ji further explained that technique by which an individual can experience this entire cosmos within oneself is known as Brahma Gyan. Brahma Gyan is actual perception of divinity achieved by undivided focus of a devotee on its divine eye. Divine eye resides at the center of forehead, between eyebrows and is activated by the grace of a perfect master. With consistent practice of Brahma Gyan, devotee masters the art of balancing between its masculine and feminine instincts.

Various distinguished personalities present on the occasion appreciated the highly knowledgeable discourse by Sadhvi Aditi Bharti Ji. They praised the efforts by DJJS on various social platforms and especially on nature conservation program named ‘Sanrakshan’ and bovine conservation program ‘Kamdhenu’. Guests appreciated the uniqueness of Devi Bhagwat Katha as it underlined the relevance of this spiritual program in contemporary world and addressed the current issues in society.

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