=Pt.ShriRam Sharma Acharya
Whatever exists in this world (animate as well as inanimate) is the manifestation of Shakti (Eternal Power). At some places it appears as dormant inactivity while at others it is seen as awakened activity. All the forms of life have originated from it. It is this consciousness that is seen in all the fauna and flora. It is this energy that is responsible for all the action, growth and expansion in this world. The whole cosmos is the play of Shakti. The play of this Shakti in human life is deeply mysterious.
The awakening and strengthening of the three layers of our body physical, subtle and causal; and the five koshas (shells) annamaya, pranmaya, manomaya, vigyanmaya and anandmaya generate different types of currents of Shakti.
THE AWAKENING OF DIFFERENT SUBTLE CHAKRAS MULADHAR, SWADHISTHAN, MANIPUR, ANAHAT, VISHUDDHI, AJ a and sahastrar - is done for unraveling the mysterious world of this Mahashakti. In fact kundalini maha shakti is the base of human life itself. Mother Goddess Adya Shakti Herself energizes the awakened kundalini and enables a sadhak to achieve the highest goal of life. People, who remain ignorant of this mysterious play of Shakti, are akin to a fish that is thirsty in the vast sea.
Those, who strive to delve deep in this mystery and undertake appropriate sadhana, achieve the honor of being called the children of Adyashakti. They become full of spiritual power. Nothing is impossible for them to achieve and accomplish. The supreme knowledge of this Shakti sadhana, capable of transforming the impossible into the possible, is hidden in the twenty-four letters of Gayatri Mahamantra. Advanced sadhaks realize this truth. From this point of view, the nine days of Navaratri are very significant and auspicious for Gayatri sadhana. Those sadhaks who undertake the sadhana of Gayatri Mahashakti, will become dynamos of uplifting spiritual energy which will be a boon for themselves as well as the society. Let all parijans engage themselves in intensive Gayatri sadhana during the coming Navratri Parva .
Thanks GOD, Thanks Sadguru,