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Kartikeya, the 2nd son of Lord Shankar and Goddess Parvati or Shakti, is known by numerous names Subramaniam, Sanmukha, Shadanana, Skanda and Guha. In the southern states of India, Kartikeya is a popular deity and is healthier often known as Murugan. He is an personification of perfection, a courageous chief of god's forces, and a conflict god, who was created to destroy the demons, representing the detrimental tendencies in human beings. Kartikeya's other title, Shadanana, which implies ‘one with six heads' corresponds to the 5 senses and the mind. The six heads additionally stand for his virtues permits him to see in all the instructions - an necessary attribute that ensures that he counters all types blows that may hit him. The war imagery and the six heads of Kartikeya signifies that if humans want to lead themselves effectively by way of the battle of life, they must all the time be alert lest they're proven the unsuitable path by crafty folks with the six demonic vices: kaama (intercourse), krodha (anger), lobha (greed), moha (ardour), mada (ego) and matsarya (jealousy). Kartikeya carries on one hand a spear and his other hand is always blessing devotees. His vehicle is a peacock, a pious fowl that grips with its feet a serpent, which symbolizes the ego and wishes of people. The peacock represents the destroyer of harmful habits and the conqueror of sensual desires. The symbolism of Kartikeya thus factors to the methods and means of reaching perfection in life. Divyayogashop present many workshop such as yoga, hypnotism workshop, reiki, pranik healing, aura reading and sadhana. See more <a href="http://www.divyayogashop.com/puja/puja-service/">Divyayogashop puja</a> <a href="http://www.divyayogaspiritualmember.com">healer club</a>.
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Kartikeya, the 2nd son of Lord Shankar and Goddess Parvati or Shakti, is known by numerous names Subramaniam, Sanmukha, Shadanana, Skanda and Guha. In the southern states of India, Kartikeya is a popular deity and is healthier often known as Murugan. He is an personification of perfection, a courageous chief of god's forces, and a conflict god, who was created to destroy the demons, representing the detrimental tendencies in human beings. Kartikeya's other title, Shadanana, which implies ‘one with six heads' corresponds to the 5 senses and the mind. The six heads additionally stand for his virtues permits him to see in all the instructions - an necessary attribute that ensures that he counters all types blows that may hit him. The war imagery and the six heads of Kartikeya signifies that if humans want to lead themselves effectively by way of the battle of life, they must all the time be alert lest they're proven the unsuitable path by crafty folks with the six demonic vices: kaama (intercourse), krodha (anger), lobha (greed), moha (ardour), mada (ego) and matsarya (jealousy). Kartikeya carries on one hand a spear and his other hand is always blessing devotees. His vehicle is a peacock, a pious fowl that grips with its feet a serpent, which symbolizes the ego and wishes of people. The peacock represents the destroyer of harmful habits and the conqueror of sensual desires. The symbolism of Kartikeya thus factors to the methods and means of reaching perfection in life. Divyayogashop present many workshop such as yoga, hypnotism workshop, reiki, pranik healing, aura reading and sadhana. See more <a href="http://www.divyayogashop.com/puja/puja-service/">Divyayogashop puja</a> <a href="http://www.divyayogaspiritualmember.com">healer club</a>.
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