What is Powertime?
The celestial timings occurring throughout the year are known as Powertimes. The ancient spiritual masters observed the space and using their spiritual power, they introduced power times for the betterment and benefit of the individual, society and the World.
There are different power times, and each has unique powers. The concept of Powertime was developed by ancient masters who used it to acquire immense spiritual and material power quickly.
Powertimes at Pillai Center
Proper use of Powertimes is one of the core teachings of Dr. Pillai, and thus, Pillai Center organizes a program called Powertime Practice for free. It is a live video conference facilitated by Pillai Center Teacher Sucharita Moore. Every Saturday, you can join the global, online community of like-minded spiritual trailblazers for a deep exploration of Dr. Pillai’s Powertime teachings.
You can also join our guided meditations and learn powerful technologies to harness the power behind the time. Powertime practice will ensure so you’re in the right place at the right time and do things that will positively impact important areas of your life.
How enrolling to Pillai Center’s Powertime Practice will help you
- Teaches you to put together, implement and maintain your meditation practice.
- Provides proper guidance on how to apply Dr. Pillai’s teachings and techniques in your day-to-day life.
- Informs you about the current year’s important power times and use them to your advantage.
- Participate in focused group energy through specific guided meditations.
- Clarifications on your questions about Dr. Pillai’s teachings and Pillai Center offerings.
Significant Power times
As we saw earlier, there are several power times, each possessing unique characteristics and power to influence a particular scheme of things in your life. Here we will be discussing some of the significant power times and the ways they could impact your life.
Poornima means full Moon in Sanskrit. It is the fifteenth day of the lunar phase, in which the Moon reaches the final stage in the Shukla Paksha. This day is considered very auspicious to commence any new work or business. Many important festivals fall on Purnima days; Guru Purnima, Kartik Purnima, Buddha Purnima, etc., are some examples. This powertime is also an ideal time to worship most of the Hindu Gods. Many devotees follow the practice of fasting during the Poornima days.
Amavasya is a vital powertime with great significance. It marks the beginning of Shukla Paksha of the lunar month. Amavasya is a perfect day to perform Shraddha ceremonies to please ancestors. As per the Hindu belief the departed forefathers come down to the earth and visit their descendants on this day.
Of all the Amavasya, Mahalaya Amavasya is very significant. Amavasya occurring on Monday is Somvati Amavasya, and the Amavasya falling on Saturday is Shani Amavasya.
Usually, it is not advisable to start any activity new on an Amavasya day. Moreover, consuming non-vegetarian food has to be avoided.
The time present between one and half hours before and after the sunset is known as Pradosham. Though this time occurs every day, the Pradosham time of the Thrayodashi day is believed to be very auspicious. Pradosham powertime is ideal to worship Lord Shiva and Lord Narasimha. Moreover, it is a perfect time to pray for spiritual advancement and material accomplishments. Pradosham falling on a Saturday is known Shani Pradosham and is very auspicious.
Ekadashi is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘Eleven’; it is the eleventh day of two fortnights of the waxing and waning Moon in the lunar month. Ekadashi is the most ideal time to worship Lord Maha Vishnu. Therefore, Vaishnava devotees all over the world observe Ekadashi Vratham (fast) on this day. It is believed that fasting on Ekadashi would bestow peace, harmony, and prosperity upon you.
Shashti occurs on the sixth day of each lunar fortnight; thus, there are two occurrences of Shashti every month. The Shashti powertime falling during the Krishna Paksha fortnight is ideal for invoking Lord Subramanya or Lord Muruga. Devotees of Lord Muruga fast during these days and end their fast at the end of the day after praying to Lord Muruga. Of all the Shashti days of a year, the Skanda Shashti falling on the sixth day of the Shukla paksha in the month of Kartika (October – November) is significant. Lord Muruga devotees all over the world observe the Skanda Shashti with great pomp and grandeur.
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