Law of karma and rnaanubandhana (Part II)

Contd… from Part I

Q: Thanks for your simplification. Probably, you are talking about rnaanubandhana while referring to the example of the grand parents being born abroad, for their love of their grand children. There still are some queries going in mt mind. That is of mental prayer. How good is mental prayer and chanting of mantras mentally and performing anushthanas mentally? The premise is that mental prayer is better than verbal prayer more in Kali Yuga more because of wrong pronunciation (uchcharan) of the mantras. Or more so we don’t have much time to sit and perform. Hereby some questions creep in my mind related to karma again.

Horo Veda: Karma are also formed very powerfully just by thinking. A simple story will explain its power: Continue reading

Worship without flowers, law of karma and rnaanubandhana (Part I)

This rambling starts as my query to Webyogi, who has enough knowledge on spirituality and astrology. Why I say enough is that at least for me some answers have been simplified if not totally answered. The answer came as prompt, besides others to “Worship Lord Shiva and Parvati Mata is helpful too (no flowers).” My question was why without flowers. Thence started an email conversation, which I’m putting down, starting with the answer:

Worship without flowers and life
Horo Veda: There were views that shastra support use of flowers and looks like that these people ignored the fundamental right of life: Continue reading