Nariyal Pournima

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        On the day of Shravan Pournima (the full moon day of the lunar month of Shravan) people residing in coastal regions worship the sea, as a form of the rain Deity Varun, and make an offering of coconuts. Offering coconuts on this day is both auspicious as well as symbolic of the energy of Creation. Due to the worship deity Varun is appeased and one does not have to face dangers of the sea. This festival is celebrated along the entire coastline of Bharat with great pomp and splendor.

        On this day the coconut to be offered to the sea is decorated. It is taken to the sea shore in a procession. On reaching the shore the sea is worshipped and the coconut is offered with faith.

Importance of offering coconut to the sea on the day of Nariyal Pournima

        There is high proportion of the Absolute Fire element in the coconut water. The frequencies of Yama have high proportion of the Absolute Water element. On this day there is predominance of frequencies of Yama having high proportion of the Absolute Water element in the universe. These frequencies are in a whirlpool like motion in the universe. By invoking Lord Varun the frequencies of Yama are attracted towards the coconut water. The Absolute Fire element in the coconut water controls these Yama frequencies. The raja-tama particles in these frequencies are disintegrated and are immersed in the sea. Due to this the atmosphere is also purified.

Subtle effect of offering coconut to the sea

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  1. By paying obeisance to the deity of sea with spiritual emotion, a spiral of spiritual emotion is generated in the person.

  2. By worshipping the coconut a spiral of Divine principle is activated in it.

  3. A spiral of Divine Consciousness is activated in the coconut.

  4. Due to the worship of the deity of sea with spiritual emotion, a flow of Divine principle is attracted towards the sea. Unmanifest Divine principle manifests in the form of a spiral and becomes activated.

  5. The principle of deity of rain (Varun devata) is activated in the form of a spiral.

  6. The nirgun principle is activated in higher proportion in the sea in the form of a spiral. Particles of nirgun principle spread into the environment.

  7. A flow of bliss is attracted from God.

    • A spiral of bliss is generated in the sea.

    • The flow of bliss is emitted towards the person.

    • A spiral of bliss is generated in the person too.

  8. A flow of Divine Consciousness from God is attracted towards the sea.

    • Due to this flow a spiral of Divine Consciousness is generated in the sea.

    • The flow of Divine Consciousness is emitted towards the person.

    • A spiral of Divine Consciousness is generated in the person.

  9. A flow of spiritual energy is attracted towards the sea.

    • A spiral of spiritual energy is generated in the sea.

    • The flow of spiritual energy is emitted towards the person and a spiral of spiritual energy is generated in him.

    • Particles of spiritual energy become activated.

  10. The black energy covering on the person is removed.

Reference: Sanatan Sanstha’s Holy Text ‘Holy festivals, Religious festivals and Vowed religious observances