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In his previous Arunachala message, Dr. Pillai gave a mantra for stilling the mind. Arunachala is Shiva in Infinite Fire Form, embodied as a mountain in Tamil, India. He recently released a new message, which you’ll find in the video and transcript below.

The mantra he gave in part 1  is especially powerful on December 2nd, which is the Full Moon during the Tamil month of Karthigai. According to scripture, Shiva revealed Himself in Infinite Fire form to fight ignorance, ego, and illusion with the Light of Consciousness during the Karthigai Full Moon. The Maha Deepam (Great Lamp) will be lit on the summit of Arunachala on this night. Families across Tamil will also light lamps.

Chanting the Arunachala mantra will connect you with Shiva during Karthigai Deepam. You can light a lamp while you chant it. Benefits may include removal of unwanted karma and wealth and health blessings.

You also can join our Deepam ceremonies and enjoy the benefits from home through ancient Vedic proxy technology.

Arunachala Mantra:

 Arunachala Shiva

Arunachala Shiva

Arunachala Shiva

Aruna Shivom

Pronunciation: Ah-roo-nah-CHEL-uh SHEE-vuh, ah-roo-NAH SHEE-vohm

Read the Arunachala Message Part 1

This is part 2 of Dr. Pillai’s Arunachala message:


Filter your thoughts. This is a mantra. This is not just a saying.

There are so many thoughts coming to you. Most of them are useless, and some misdirect you, leading you to waste your time.

That’s how your life has been spent up until now. But (the mountain) Arunachala is telling you to filter your thoughts.

Filter them, what does it mean?

It doesn’t matter where you get the thoughts from. (They are) maybe some ideas given to you by someone that you regard, or some thought that you have concluded is the right set of thoughts. But filter them.

When to filter them? Filter them in the morning as soon as you wake up. Think of Arunachala. He will help you to filter those thoughts.

All Glory to Arunachala!

God Bless,

Dr. Pillai

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