Friday, 26 December 2014

THE SRI GNANASKANDAR JEEVA NADI PART 3

We continue our discovery of more amazing true stories of those who came in search of Lord Murugan and his Gnanaskandar Jeeva Nadi in the possession of one Skandar Upasagar.


The ways of the Siddhas might be difficult initially but over time all benefits will come our way. All the Siddhas want from us in return is our pure devotion.

A 80 year old man wanted very much to go to Kailas. It was his lifelong desire. He had the means for it and his health was in good shape. Yet surprisingly he could never make the journey. Now consulting the Gnanaskandar Jeeva Nadi, the words of Lord Murugan came in a stream. 

நாட்டத்தை நடுவில் வைத்து
Naathatthai naduvil vaithu
நம் நம் நம் எனச் சொல்லி
Nam nam nam yena solli
ஓட்டத்தை ஒடுக்கி வைத்து
Othatthai odukki vaitthu
ஓம் ஓம் ஓம் எனச் சொல்லி
Aum Aum Aum yena solli
ஆட்டத்தை அடுக்கி வைத்து
Aathathai adukki vaitthu
அம் அம் அம் என்று சொல்லி
Am Am Am yendru solli
கூட்டத்தை ஒதுக்கி வைத்து
Kutthatthai othukki vaitthu
கூடாத கூட்டு கூடிடாமல்
koodaatha koothu koodidaamal
கூடினால் முடியாத கூட்டை
koodinaal mudiyaatha kootthai
ஊட்டமுடன் உழைக்க வைத்து
utthamudan ulaikka vaitthu
தேகத்தை மறைக்க வைத்து
Thegatthai maraikke vaitthu
தேடுதல் ஓங்கி நிற்க
Theduthal onggi nirkka
அம் உம் மம் என ஆகி
Am Um Mam yena aagi
ஒடுக்கமானால் அடக்கமாகும்
Odukkamaanaal Adakkamaagum
கைலை தெரியுமே
Kailai theriyume

Upon hearing Lord Muruga answer his prayers, the senior man shouted out the lords name and cried aloud. The Skandar Upasagar was astonished at the reading and was wondering if he was capable to give an explanation for this reading.

The man began to speak after some time. He said this Nadi was truly a genuine Nadi. "It is Lord Murugan who is speaking. We should not take it lightly. The Lord has revealed the very mantra that I had been chanting all this years, in this reading. I don't know how that is possible. A secret that is known only to highly evolved spiritual souls is revealed in a mere second by Lord Murugan", he went on continuously explaining the extent of the revelation. He held on to the Upasagar’s hands and blessed him by applying the sacred ash on his forehead before leaving. The Upasagar could only understand 50% of what was said by the elderly gentleman. 

A lad wanted to start his own business. Lord Murugan warned him not to start one at that moment in time as he would end up will problems and difficulties. "Wait a year before engaging in any form of business", advised the Lord. The lord told him Summa Eru, meaning just remain doing nothing.

The lad was not happy with the reading especially when he was asked not to indulge in any activity for a year. He went ahead and began to accept project papers from students and did a writeup for them for a fee. It was a joint venture and he had deposited a huge sum into the business. He had good response and the money started to pour in immediately. He ridiculed the Nadi reading that warned him of taking up any ventures for a year. Very soon he could not deliver the projects on time. He had to return the students money. Some clients became rowdy and smashed up his equipments bringing massive losses. He was dragged to the courts. Finally he had to close shop and ended up in huge debts. He came back for a reading. Although it would be of no use to read for someone who would not listen to a word said, Lord Murugan out of compassion had a reading for him. Lord Murugan asked him to become a wage earner and all shall be well. 


Besides revealing the outcome of readings for those who seek him and the Gnanaskandar Nadi, the Skandar Upasagar speaks about himself and his experiences too. He takes us back to the early years of his worship to Gnanaskandar Moorthy, after officially initiated by his guru, Sakthivel Adigalar. The Upasagar was 16 years old then. Understanding only half of what was told, but nevertheless maintaining chanting of the mantra without failure, he was always in satsang with his guru, heeding his gurus words and advice. "Don’t even think of doing harm to others", was the advice given. "The lord won't like that", the guru told him.

When he lost his pen at the age of eight, he never mentioned it to his guru, although he had never kept a secret from him till then. His guru had taken up austerity or tavam of 48 years, fasting and not sleeping on Fridays. As a result of his tavam, his guru was blessed with the gift of seeing into the past, present and future, since young. Every Friday after the puja was over, the lord speaks through his guru. During the moments when the lord comes onto him, his guru adorns a kavi, ties a turban over his head, wears a rukdrasham, looking very much like a Siddha. He starts to sing loud, while remaining seated all the time, and it comes nonstop. After the session he comes down to his normal state.

As the young disciple (Upasagar) sat beside him that Friday night, after all the devotees had left the guru asked him a question, “Did you find your lost pen?” The young disciple was caught off guard. He replied that it was lost. His guru assured him it will be found. True to the guru's words after a week, although he did not find it, but he received Rs 5 the exact amount needed to buy another pen.

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When the Upasagar was only 18 years of age, a farmer, someone he knew well, came for a reading. Lord Murugan warned the farmer that he would be bitten by a snake. He was asked to light a lamp at Karupana Samy temple situated on the farm. He shall be saved, assured the lord. The man reached into his pocket and took out Rs500 as a contribution or Thakshanai for the reading. A relative of his suddenly stopped him saying the lad (upasagar) did not ask for money and it wasn't necessary to give. They argued about it. They left shortly.

After a month the relative came asking to see the Nadi immediately for the farmer whom she brought the other day. The young Upasagar refused to see the Nadi. The relative begged for pardon and admitted that they were wrong and that the farmer's life was in danger. The relative narrates what had taken place. The farmer went to water his fields in the dark and was bitten by a snake just as revealed in the Nadi. The doctors have given up on him. The relative admitted that neither did they light a lamp and pray to Karupana Samy. Seeing the relative plead, the Upasagar's family coaxed him to read the Nadi. Lord Murugan took them to task saying what they did earlier had offended the Siddhas. The lord  asked if it was so difficult for them to part with the Rs 500, arguing among themselves and finally leaving without contributing. Since they had offended the Siddhas they ended up having to spend five times the amount. Nevertheless, the most compassionate Lord gave them a solution. If emergency treatment was given he would survive. Again, they were asked to pray to Karupana Samy. After a month the man turned up with his family and the relative. He had survived the ordeal but had to spend a hefty amount as told by Lord Murugan. The family honored the Upasagar with cash and gifts. They were devoted the rests of their lives in the service to Lord Gnanaskandar Moorthy.

The Upasagar explains that a contribution or Thakshanai has to come from the heart and has to be genuine. It is given to honor the other and to satisfy one's self. It has to be given with due respects however small the amount. What they did was to dishonor the Nadi by their actions. When they could settle the hefty medical bills why can't they give a small contribution?


The Upasagar says the mystical words that appear in the Gnanaskandar Nadi is not only visible to his eyes but it was also possible for others to see them, provided they were devoted and loving, and had faith and belief. To these people, Lord Murugan himself will asks to show the Nadi to them. Those who come to test and investigate and ridicule and talk ill of the Nadi will never understand the intricacies and mysteries of the Nadi. 

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