Significance of Sudarsana Homam

Posted on May 11 2015 - 9:04am by Swathi
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This homam is generally performed to accomplish any task successfully and also for prosperity. Other benefits include removal of negative energies, healing of the body and mind. This is a very powerful homam and a corporation aspiring for overall growth and success can opt for this homam. This homam also has a yantra (the yantra is a copper plate with special sacred symbols) that has the power to dispel all negative thoughts and attract positive thoughts essential for success.

1. what is the significance of Homas/Sudarshana Homams?

Homas are powerful ancient fire rituals that have been performed in India by the Vedic sages for over 5000 years. Sri Krishna in Bhagavad Gita quotes, “This creation is a yagna”. Yagna also means sacrifice and by this he meant that creation is an eternal flow of birth and death; it is a sacrifice where one’s death gives way for the birth of another, continuously, something gets sacrificed for something to arise. This is how the Vedas interpret the creation and in the purview of the Vedas, the homa is but a miniature model of this Universal Sacrifice.

As a sadhaka participates with all his heart and as various offerings like molten butter, herbs, sticks of certain trees are offered into the sacrificial fire along with the powerful chanting of mantras, the energy generated enables the sadhaka to tune into the Cosmic consciousness or God whereby his prayers are answered. It is well known that the presence of fire has an immediate bearing on the sadhaka’s Kundalini and the energy fields of that place which makes prayer all the more easier. The time taken to perform a homa can be anything between 1hr. to 3hrs depending on the nature of the homa. Certain homas include certain rituals while certain others include a different set of rituals.

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