Puja (Prayer) Services
Puja and Yajnam are ancient Vedic sciences of healing. They help people to overcome problems which are otherwise very difficult to address because they help resolve problems at their spiritual root, addressing the karmas and spiritual forces which influence a person's destiny. These ceremonies purify the atmosphere around the person for whom the rituals are performed and help to remove negative energy from one's aura while they uplift consciousness toward peace, happiness, and spiritual sight. The Vedic ceremonies can help address illness, mental illness, troubles with work, relationships, children, finances, difficult astrological placements, past life karma, family karma, ghosts, demons, black magic and other issues.
After 15 years of offering prayer services to the public, Swamiji has been occupied working to help open our new temple and teaching center, and has not been offering prayer services to individuals for the past two year. Swamiji is once again offering his services for the spiritual needs of seekers around the world. We have a new procedure for yajnams designed to help accomadate Swamiji's busy schedule as work on the new property continues and to achieve even greater results for clients.
Yajnam (Vedic Fire Ceremony)
Sponsor a Regular Puja
If you cannot afford a yajnam, we offer people the opportunity to sponsor one of our regular pujas. In this way you can receive prayers for your concerns without having to pay to have a puja done specifically for you. These pujas happen at various times. Some are broadcast live online and others are not. After the puja you will be sent a pack of holy ash blessed for you during the ceremony.
The 16 traditional Samskaras (Vedic rites) are available for Hindus upon request. Other rituals like grihya pravesham (new house entering puja), and vahana puja (new car blessing), prana pratishtha (blessing for deity images or astrological gems and yantras) and others are also available upon request. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to request one of the Samskaras.