The full moon day in the month of Ashadha (June-July) is known as Guru Purnima. This year, this sacred festival starts July 8th and ends on Sunday July 9th, and honors the ancient lineage of enlightened beings who have graced the world with their presence, imparting the knowledge of the “Self.”
The word “Guru” in Sanskrit is translated as “dispeller of darkness.” The Guru dispels the darkness of ignorance and leads seekers on the path to enlightenment. Guru Purnima is the relation of Buddha Maitreya the Christ’s incarnation as Shiva, the First Yogi ~ Adi Yogi who became the first Guru ~ Adi Guru.
“Adiyogi (Shiva) made a dimensional change in the way people perceive and understand the existence and the source of creation. And he made himself a bridge between a simple piece of creation and the source of creation. He said, “If you walk this, there will be no distinction between you and that which you refer to as the creator.” The journey is from creation to the creator.
This is the most significant day because before the idea of religion entered anyone’s mind, Adiyogi put the idea that a human being can evolve beyond his present dimensions of existence; and he gave the tools to make that into a reality. This is the most precious idea that has entered the human mind: that he can evolve beyond his present limitations and go into a completely different dimension of experience, existence and access into the existence.”
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