Thiruchendur | 9 Kalasams | Gopuram 108 Cosmic Gateway to Beautiful Masculine


Virah Bhakti for my Beautiful Masculine


Swami ji Swami ji Pranaam Pranaam You are the Mother of my Bride I am the Gruesome Bridegroom Mother of my Bride, Guruji nearby Father of my Bride, Gurudeva Beyond Please don’t faint this time when you meet my wedding party. I admit they are asuras, rakshasas, beasts, and demons. Weed smokers, prostitutes, drug addicts, porn peddlers. To you they are ugly, Mother of my Bride To me they are Rudraksha beads from the wedding party of this Gruesome Bridegroom They have cried my tears here on this planet Father of my Bride, Gurudeva Beyond They remind your Devas of Nonduality Nonduality Sundaram Sundaram The sex addicts, the obese, the poor and the troubled They are my Kaala Dhan, Shadow Wealth to acquire Nonduality Nonduality Sundaram Shadow Wealth Shadow Wealth Sundaram Please convey this message to the Bride’s wedding party Guruji nearby, Mother of my Bride Gurudeva Beyond, Father Beyond Dress my Bride in the finest of Kanchipuram saris, woven with gold threads, sewn with tiny Navratan stones Make her Silver blouses to hold tightly her heavy breasts Golden Cover her body in blue diamond dust Jasmine flowers flowing through her hair are a must Sundaram Shadow Wealth Shadow Wealth Sundaram I will come as I am, Mother of my Bride The Gruesome BrideGroom The Kaala Dhan of Nonduality’s Shadow Wealth Bloody, pussy, pissy, shitty Take me as I am, my Father-in-Law to Be Sundaram Shadow Wealth Shadow Wealth Sundaram Don’t faint this time or ask me to dress nicely Embrace me Embrace me Mother of my Bride-to-Be Sundaram Shadow Wealth Shadow Wealth Sundaram Let my wedding party goers Swirl Twirl at our Divine Union Especially the Red One the Red One She’s my darling She’s my darling Sundaram Shadow Wealth Shadow Wealth Sundaram We have no lineage, we have no ancestry No decorum, no manners, no gentility Our skirts are too short, our hair is too curly We have silly tattoos, our armpits are smelly We smoke, we drink, we eat too much We make money adharmic. We slouch. We don’t meditate. We sleep way too much. Let my wedding party goers Swirl Twirl at our Divine Union Especially the Red One the Red One She’s my darling She’s my darling Sundaram Shadow Wealth Shadow Wealth Sundaram Marry me to my Bride On Mahashivratri March 11, 2021 Let my Sundaram and I become the Beautiful One the Beautiful One Nonduality Nonduality Sundaram Sundaram Nonduality Nonduality Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Shadow Wealth Shadow Wealth Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram Sundaram


Gopuram 108: Meditate on Collective Energy


In ancient times, temples were built on the outskirts of villages in India. Travelers on foot and by bullock cart could see the Gopuram, or temple tower from far distances and this would let them know they would soon approach a village. The village temple was for weary travelers a place to find rest, refuge, supplies, and safety.


There are over 2 million temples in India. Mostly, Gopurams are found in South Indian temples. Gopurams are built with multiple levels, in odd numbers of 5, 7, and as much as 11 levels. Gopurams are ornately decorated with elaborate sculptures, depicting village history, telling stories, recounting myths, and conveying spiritual knowledge through the metaphors of symbol, sculpture, and expressive form.


People come together from far and wide to gather in temples to experience collective energy, the power of togetherness. Meditate on Collective Energy as you look at the Gopuram.


The Collective Energy of the temple in Thiruchendur can be described as the Beautiful Masculine.



Kalasam 9: Meditate on Collective Security

The Kalasam, the inverted pot, is a structure that sits at the apex of the tall Gopuram of a temple. Some temples have only one Kalasam at the top of a Gopuram, while other temples can have multiple Kalasams, such as 7 or 9.


The temple Kalasam is made of five precious and semi-precious metals combined such as gold, silver, brass, copper, and lead. Nine grains are typically stored in Kalasam, these are called the Navadhanya:


1) Barley

2) Ragi

3) Varagu

4) Thinai

5) Kambu

6) Horsegram

7) Saamai

8) Cholam

9) Paddy


Bengal Gram, Wheat, Horse Gram, Green Gram (mung), Rice, White beans, Black Sesame Seeds, Chick Peas or garbanzo beans, and Black Gram.


Mantram 108: Meditate on Collective Consciousness: The Gurudeva Ashottara

The Beautiful Masculine, who is the Jewel of Eternal Truths, is recognized for his beautiful qualities. His 108 qualities are described by his 108 names.


Aum Shri Subhramunyaya Namah, meaning Hail to the silent sage who shines bright.


May you create yourself in the form of the Beautiful Masculine by meditating on the mantram Aum Shri Subhramunyaya Namah. May you create yourself in the beautiful masculine form of the silent sage who shines bright.


May you become Golden Alchemists, who transform. May you illuminate yourself and all those around you. Aum. May you discover, within your deep inner self, the precious jewels hidden in daily alchemy with daily sadhana.


You are the Beautiful Ones, my Golden Alchemists, you are my Valiant Sacred Daughters and Valiant Sacred Sons.


I am Neelam,


Sundaram Sundaram


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