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SACRED PLACE MASTER

Our topic for today’s presentation is Sanctum Master. A sanctum Master is the image you place before you during your sanctum meditations. Your Sanctum Master could be a Savior, a God, a Bodhisattva or a Buddha. This presentation is mostly to help you to decide on your favorite Sanctum Master. Here are a few of them:

Yemoja
Yemoja also known as Yemaya is an Orisha Goddess from the Yoruba religion. She was transported to the new world during the Trans-Atlantic slave trade and manifests in different forms in the Americas.  Yemoja is the ultimate protectress; she protects her children and specially favors women with respect to love, conception, childbirth, parenting and healing.

Lakshmi
Lakshmi is a Hindu Goddess of wealth, fortune and prosperity but she is also an important Goddess in Jainism.. She also protects her devotees from sickness and adversity.

Saraswathi
Saraswathi is the Hindu Goddess of knowledge, music, art, wisdom, and learning. She the mother of the Vedas and she represents intelligence, consciousness, cosmic knowledge, creativity, education, enlightenment, power, and "divine knowledge." She is also the Goddess of speech and associated with fertility and purification.

Tara
Tara is a female bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism but she also appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism or Tibetan Buddhism. She is the Goddess of Peace and Protection but also appears in different colors with different functions:

  • Green Tara is associated with compassion,

  • White Tara is associated with compassion, long life, healing and serenity.

  • Red Tara is associated with attracting good things to her devotees.

  • Black Tara is associated with power

  • Yellow Tara is associated with wealth and prosperity.

  • Blue Tara is associated with the transmutation of anger

Krishna
Krishna is the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu in Hinduism but we mostly associate him with the Bhagavad Gita where he encourages Arjuna to fight in the battle between the Kurus and the Pandavas. He is often depicted as the one God and as an Avatara or incarnation.  He is considered as the God of compassion tenderness, love and forgiveness.

Christ
Christ is the Christian savior and messiah. He is also known as Jesus of Nazareth. He is mostly depicted as the Healing Christ, the Crucified Christ or the Holy Christ. He is associated with forgiveness, manifestation, transformation, healing, love and peace.

Avalokiteshvara
Avalokiteshvara is a celestial Bodhisattva. He is the Lord who looks down with companion on all beings. He is known as Chenrezik in Tibet and as a Quanyin, a female Bodhisattva in China. He is associated with infinite compassion and love for all beings.

Buddha
Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. His name is Siddhartha Gautama. He is mostly known for his serene contemplation pose but he has also been depicted as Medicine Buddha (Healing Buddha), wrathful Buddha or the Buddha as the union of male and female. He is mostly associated with compassion and wisdom.

Amitabha
Amitabha is a celestial Buddha. He is also known as Amida or Amitayus. He is the Buddha of immeasurable Light and Life. He is a savior and also associated with compassion.

Vishnu
Vishnu is a great Hindu God. He is the preserver and protector of the universe. He descends to the earth at critical times to restore righteousness. So far he has come to the earth nine times and will come again toward the end of this age. He is often associated with creation, liberation, preservation, protection and strength.

Shiva
Shiva is another great Hindu God. He is the creator, destroyer and transformer of the universe. He is often depicted as the half woman Lord, the Lord of the dance and the Great Yogi. He is associated with compassion, power and triumph over the ego.

These are by no means all the Gods, Saviors, Bodhisattvas, or Buddhas. You are free to check out as many Gods as you can. If you want to resolve a personal problem I encourage you to choose the one that is most likely to help you to resolve the problem. This means that you need to know their specializations. For instance if you want to give birth to children you may choose Goddess Tara, or Quanyin and if you want wealth and prosperity you need Goddess Laxmi.

A great lesson to learn about the Gods is that they are all within us. Thus meditating on a God or Praying to a God helps us to activate the powers we need to resolve our problem. Thus it is very important for you to take time to study each of them and choose the ones that could bring out the best in you. 

If you have resolved your personal problems and want more from the practice I encourage you to begin your meditation practices with the image of the Buddha as serene contemplation or the image of Shiva as the Great Yogi. This is just my recommendation but you can use any image that appeals to you.

 The next stage of the practice is for you to replace your sanctum image with your own photo! The Gods lead us to the stream but they cannot drink for us. A time will come when you will realize that the Infinite is also within you! When you know that the Mystery of the Universe is also within you there is nothing higher to be known!

 

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Salvation

Damnation

Heaven & Hell

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GOD of the Universe

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How to Setup Your Sacred Place

How to Dedicate your Sacred Place

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