“धन्यवाद! उन मित्रों को! जो मेरे समरूप हो कर भी मुझे महत्वपूर्ण बनाते रहे हैं!” (अक् सूत्र)
“Thank you! To all those friends! Who, despite being like me, have been making me important!” (AKK Sutra)
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Adhyaatm Murti(Spiritual Idol) OMA The AKK is a Renowned Spiritual Guru, Best Astrologer in India, Counselor, Poet, Orator, Director, Filmmaker, Writer, Photographer and Activist.
Adhyaatm Murti(Spiritual Idol) OMA The AKK was born to his father Pt. HariHar Nath Shastri and mother Smt. Vidhyawati Devi in their ‘Brahman’ family on 21 August in the Holy city of Banaras/Kashi (Varanasi, India).
Swami Oma The AKK have founded and developed a philosophy of the world whose meaning is reflected in the term “AKK”. A stands for infinite and K stands for particle. Thus, The infinite and the particles are combined to form life, the world, and the Omnipotent God. He established a spiritual NGO “AKK – OMA’s Cosmos for AKK Revelation’ in 2001 to organize programmes and discourses on various issues.
Swami Oma The AKK was always against Orthodox traditions and favored Sanatan principles. It is his spirituality that forces him to present himself with Sanatan beauty at many instances. He keeps himself busy in spreading awareness amongst people without any propaganda. Though he never detached himself from any tradition, all the people around him are well aware of his ‘detached’ nature. This energetic spiritual image of him can be conceived through his poetry, writings, ghazals, programs, speeches, discourses and even general talks. Generally saying that he knows really well how to convey the deepest messages of philosophy (Darshan) in the easiest of language.
Adhyaatm Murti OMA The AKK established spiritual NGO “AKK – OMA’s Cosmos for AKK Revelation’ in 2001 to organize programmes and discourses on various issues.
Adhyaatm Murti OMA The AKK established ” AKK Jagrit Matdaata Manch” in 2013 to make the people of India aware of their democratic rights.
Adhyaatm Murti OMA The AKK combined Astrology, Color Therapy and psychoanalysis to produce unique handmade fashionable clothing, established this revolutionary thought as “VASAN” in 2010.
Adhyaatm Murti OMA The AKK launched nationwide movement “BAA” – “Bharat Against Abuse” in June 2019 to put an end to daily verbal rapes through female oriented abuses as an effort to make this society a better and safer place to reduce cases of sexual molestation.
Spirituality can be defined in many ways, but at its core, spirituality is about a connection to something larger than ourselves. It is about finding meaning and purpose in life, and connecting with our deepest selves. Spirituality can involve religious beliefs and practices, but it does not have to. For some people, spirituality is simply about spending time in nature, or connecting with their creativity. There is no one right way to be spiritual. What matters is that we each find our own path to connect with our innermost selves, and to the world around us.
There is no one answer to this question since everyone’s path to spirituality is unique. However, there are some general things that you can do to become more spiritual. First, try to connect with nature and spend time in nature as often as possible. This can help you feel more connected to the natural world and the cycle of life. Second, meditate regularly. Meditation can help you quiet your mind and connect with your innermost thoughts and feelings. It can also help you connect with a higher power or universal energy. Third, be kind and compassionate to others. Showing compassion for others can help you develop a deeper sense of empathy and connection with all living beings. Finally, try to live in the present moment as much as possible. Pay attention to your thoughts, feelings, and sensations, and let go of the past and the future. Live each moment to the fullest and enjoy the simple things in life.
Dharma is a Sanskrit word that has many different meanings, but is often translated as “duty,” “law,” or “natural law.” It is an important concept in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, and refers to the moral code that governs human behavior. Dharma is based on the idea of karma, which is the belief that our actions have consequences in this life and in future lives. Dharma is the principle of cosmic order and righteousness, and encompasses everything from how we should behave towards other beings, to how we should live our lives.
The Sanatana Dharma, also known as Hinduism, is a set of beliefs and practices that originated in the Indian subcontinent. These beliefs and practices were first codified in the Vedas, which were compiled between 1500 and 1000 BCE. The Vedas are a collection of sacred texts that contain hymns, incantations, and rituals that were used by the ancient Hindus.
Vedic astrology is an ancient system of astrology that originated in India. It is also known as Jyotish, which is the Sanskrit word for “science of light.” Vedic astrology is based on the Vedas, a collection of sacred texts that form the basis of Hinduism. The Vedas contain a wealth of knowledge about the cosmos and the relationship between the planets and human beings.
Vedic astrology is used to predict future events and to provide guidance in life. It can be used to determine the best time to get married, have children, start a business, or make any other major life decision. Vedic astrology can also be used to diagnose and treat health problems.
The Vedic system of astrology is very different from the Western system. In the West, astrology is based on the belief that the planets and stars influence our lives. In Vedic astrology, the planets and stars are seen as a reflection of our own consciousness. This means that we have the power to change our destiny by changing our thoughts and actions.
Vedic astrology is a complex system, and it takes years of study to master it. However, even a basic understanding of Vedic astrology can be helpful in making decisions and understanding the forces at work in our lives.