I was going through this video on YouTube today and found it extremely interesting. Just wanted to share my thoughts on this. We all know about the 13 days ritual when somebody departs from the world. But very few people know , what happens in these 13 days with the demised person’s soul. Why do we do all these karmkands like Pinddaan and shradhs for our loved ones. Lets hear Yogiraj Satgurunath Siddhanath views on this subject.
Yogiraj SatGurunath Siddhanath is a the author of ‘Wings to Freedom’. He explains here very clearly the journey through the entire course of different lokas the soul travels after death and how it descends back to the earth. He also explains beautifully the reason behind every ritual performed for shradh. For example a special type of shradh known as ‘Narayan Bali shradh’ has to be done if the person has died because of an accident. Though this can be done anyhwere , he tells us that there is a special place for this special type of shradh. Do watch the entire video to listen to this fascinating story of soul’s journey.
Here is what he has to say about this video:
“Yogiraj Siddhanath talks about the journey of the soul after the death of the physical body and it’s subsequent rebirth in a suitable womb. Mystical revelation about the different planes the soul crosses, known as Devachan in Sanatan and in Tibetan Buddhism as the Bardo.
For over 40 years, Yogiraj has healed and transformed millions all over the world with his transmissions of kundalini shakti energy and has shared freely his own Samadhi (enlightened state) of peaceful bliss-consciousness. “
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