Guru Purnima also spelled as Guru Poornima is celebrated in the month of Ashadha (July-August). The Grace of God will reign fully on July and August during the Full Moon of the Guru, known as Guru Purnima. Grace is the ultimate key required for spiritual self-realization and to transcend the bondage of lifetimes of Karma.

The realization that God is within you can be awakened and activated for the rest of your life. To be in a state of Grace and Higher Intelligence makes life sweet and full.

The Greatness of Guru

The word 'Guru' means remover of darkness (In Sanskrit, “Gu” means darkness, “Ru” means remover). Traditionally, the Guru is considered as an embodiment of the Hindu Trinity Gods namely Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Thus, Guru Purnima is the day of eradicating ignorance and illuminating our lives with knowledge.

July and August is the most auspicious Full Moon of the year to pay one’s respect and reconnect to God or the Guru.

Increase the Flow of Grace

Grace is the ultimate key required for spiritual self-realization and to transcend the bondage of lifetimes of Karma. Grace is Light and shows up in your life as luck. Even if your chart is full of afflictions, things still work out if you have Grace. Einstein had Grace, he described the moments of discovery as “a Light coming upon him”. Recognize that luck in your life means you have Grace and there is no such thing as too much. You can increase the flow of Grace on Guru Purnima .

Throughout the ages, Moon has been identified and recognized to bring bountiful blessings to those seeking God’s Grace. This Divine Moon occurs once a year and is the most important time by far for accessing the Divine.

Astrospeaks

Astrologically, Jupiter is considered the most beneficial of all the planets. It is said that a well-placed Jupiter can remove 1 million sins. This is because Jupiter governs Supreme Intelligence. With Intelligence, we can avoid or overcome most problems. The Moon’s aid is most important in manifestation of Supreme Intelligence as Moon represents consciousness.

The ancient Rishi’s state that; “All Knowledge is within us always”. The only difference between most people and a yogi is that one knows how to access the source of All Knowledge and the other doesn’t know how to access it. This is why yogis can know many things by meditating and through their intuition . The omnipresence and omnipotent characteristics of True Knowledge can only be described by the ethereal Jupiter.

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Guru Purnima, or the Full Moon of the Guru, is celebrated in the month of Ashadha (July-August). The planets are uniquely positioned to give this Guru Purnima a fresh perspective and new hope for the spiritually inclined.