Pillai Centre’s Free Monthly Fire Lab
Pillai Center invites you to participate and receive the graceful blessings of a particular archetype on their power day. Our Vedic Priests perform the prescribed Fire Lab, every month, to invoke the energy and blessings of the archetype. This is a great opportunity provided by us to you so that you could receive the blessings and benefits from an Archetype on their respective power days.
We perform this monthly Fire Lab through donations. Pillai Center shows a way for you to make the first step and set up the correct energetic exchange between you and the divine.
Free Dhanvantri Fire Lab
For this month, Pillai Center will be organizing the free Dhanvantri Fire Lab on 11th June. Performing this Fire Lab shall help to invoke the divine blessings of Dhanvantri. It shall help to improve your vitality and energy levels, remove fear and other afflictions, and also enhance your health, overall wellbeing, and longevity.
Benefits of Dhanvantri Fire Lab
As per the sacred scriptures, Dhanvantri Fire lab is an ideal way to please Lord Dhanvantri and helps you gain the following.
- Protection from untimely death
- Quick recovery from poor health condition
- Remedies for ill-health
- Improvement in overall health condition
- Bestows longevity
- Alleviates from suffering and pain
- Offers protection from infection
- Boosts immunity against diseases
Who is Dhanvantri
Dhanvantri is the Hindu God for health, he is the divine Physician of all Gods and goddesses. Dhanvantri is regarded as the Father of Ayurveda, the age-old Indian Medicinal system that offers time-tested solutions for overall wellness. He is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the Preserver. It is a common custom for those practising Ayurveda to worship him before treating their patients.
Dhanvantari features a golden complexion and has four hands. His upper hands carry Conch and Ayurvedic texts and the lower hands hold Jalauka (leech) and an Amrut pot. Dhanvantri wears yellow clothes and is decked with flower garlands and ornaments.
The legend of Lord Dhanvantri
Dhanvantri emerged during the famed Samudra-manthan, the churning of the Milky ocean. Once upon a time, the two races, Devas and Asuras, looking to gain more power, were instructed by Lord Brahma to churn the Milky Ocean to get Amrut, the nectar of immortality.
The Devas and Asuras commenced the churning of the Milky ocean and many treasures emerged from the ocean. During the last stages of churning, Lord Dhanvantri emerged from the ocean with a golden pot containing the nectar of immortality.
Once upon a time, Mahabali, belonging to the Asura clan, reign supreme in all the three worlds. Devas, the main enemies of asuras, were oppressed and constantly troubled by them. Feeling depressed over the crisis, the devas led by their King, Indra took Lord Brahma with them and went to Lord Vishnu and pleaded with him to save them. Lord Maha Vishnu proposed that the only remedy was to churn the Milky ocean and obtain the divine Amruta, the elixir that will give immortality to whomever consumes it.
As the ocean churning was an arduous task, Lord Vishnu advised the Devas to make temporary peace with the Asuras and request their help in churning the ocean. To the Devas who were scared of Asuras becoming more powerful by consuming Amrut, Lord Vishnu promised that he would see to it that the Devas, not the asuras, get the Amruta and also instructed the Devas to accept any suggestions from the Asuras side regarding the churning.
As per Lord Vishnu’s instructions, the Devas and Asuras reached a pact on churning the Milky ocean and they started to churn the ocean by using the Mandara mountain as the churning staff and the serpent Vasuki as the rope. The first thing that came out of the ocean was the Halahala poison, which Lord Shiva swallowed to save the world from destruction. Then many heavenly things and beings emerged and were divided between the Devas and Asuras. Goddess Lakshmi too emerged from the ocean, and she married Lord Maha Vishnu.
The churning continued and finally, Lord Dhanvantari holding a vessel filled with nectar, emerged from the ocean. The Asuras snatched the nectar pot from Dhanvantri, but Maha Vishnu took the form of Mohini and tricked the Asuras and distributed the Amrut to the devas.« Prepare for Pentecost Day 2022: Descent of the Holy Spirit Understanding Your Karma and How To Modify It »