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Learned from God I have learned so much from God That I can no longer call myself a Christian, a Hindu, a Muslim, a Buddhist, a Jew.
The Truth has shared so much of Itself with me That I can no longer call myself a man, a woman, an angel, or even a pure soul.
Love has befriended Hafez so completely. It has turned to ash and freed me of every concept and image my mind has ever known.
~ Hafez

Khwajeh Shams al-Din Muhammad Hafez-e Shirazi (also spelled Hafiz) was a Persian mystic and poet who is now revered as one of the most influential Persian poets of all time. He was born sometime between the years 1310-1337, in the city of Shiraz in present-day Iran. Hafez today is primarily remembered for his lyrical poetry written in ghazals, a difficult and uniquely Persian verse-form. Prior to Hafez, ghazals were primarily used to write songs celebrating wine and earthly pleasure. Hafez revolutionized the form by utilizing the stock symbols of wine and pleasure as metaphors for spiritual experience. In so doing, Hafez elevated his short, simple verses to the level of high art. Hafez's poetry advocated abandoning all restraints and preconceptions so as to come into direct contact with the spiritual realm. As a result of his mystical and profoundly transcendent subject-matter, Hafez has become an inspiration for poets of all cultures. Arguably the most influential Persian poet of all time, Hafez has been translated into countless languages, and his works were particularly influential to a number of the early European Romantics, including Goethe and Friedrich Schiller.

– Persian poet (1315 – 1390)

Dhanvantri Vitara

 
  Dhanvantri  
The Dhanvantri

The Dhanvantri is the Celestial Physician and the originator of Ayurveda, the science of perfect health. He is invoked in the MahaYajña Vitara to work with the deva of our body to create a Satyug physiology.  A perfectly healthy Satyug physiology provides a delightful human existence and is required if one is to be a member of the first generation of the coming Krishna Golden Age. We are at a time now when Krishna said that a brief 10,000 year Satyug will arise, about 5,000 years after His departure at the beginning of Kaliyug

The Dhanvantri is a Celestial Being so He is not perceived by physical senses. He can be perceived by the senses of the Manomaya Kosha. His work is conducted in the subtle bodies, which translates into changes in the physical body. In the image on the right, The Dhanvantri is shown holding a container of Amrit, the nectar of immortality. This is to illustrate that He has the ability to confer a very long life. The Dhanvantri is invoked to perform all necessary healings to support the transformation of the physiology into Satyug physiology. This physiology has a lifespan of 100,000 years and its DNA is 100% active.

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