In Divine Presence Always

“Matha cha Parvathi devi
Pita Devo Maheswara
Bandhava Siva Bhakta cha
Swadesho Bhuvanatrayam”

Meaning: As mother is Parvathi dev, father is Lord Maheshwara (Siva) and relatives are Siva devotees, three worlds are my homeland.

This is a famous sloka of Sankaracharya. As I relocated to Kochi from Trivandrum for new job, this sloka sprung up in my mind. I remembered the Bhagavan’s love and care to me in the form of different people wherever I go. The more and more I realise Bhagavan’s love, I could feel the divine presence everywhere. When my parents, sister and friends are very much concerned whenever I travel away from Trivandrum, I tell them bhagavan is always with me, I will be fine and safe.

When we realise and accept Bhagavan’s divine presence in the heart of all beings and everything and everywhere and trust in Lord, fear and tension disappear. With sound heart, we could walk through life. We can stay alert and get intusions about trouble and dangers in the way and through god’s grace overcome it.

Wishing you all a blessed day ahead ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ’

Om namah sivaya Om namo narayanaya ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ˜Š๐ŸŒน

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20 thoughts on “In Divine Presence Always

  1. This is great Krishna chechi. The concept of god is our guide is above all a power or armour to roam the world alone. Hope you are happy and doing well in new place with new friends. Have great days ahead.๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ‘

  2. I too believe in the magic of intuitions…It never betrays me…And above all I believe in ” เดฌเตเดฐเดนเตเดฎ เดธเดคเตเดฏเด‚ เดœเด—เดคเต เดฎเดฟเดฅเตเดฏ”

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