Shani 14th April 2017 Written Episode Update

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Gods are happy to see Ma Lakshmi coming out of Manthan.

Yami asks Sanghya about Sagar Manthan. Did Gods get Amrit? Sanghya denies. Shree has appeared. This is the one of Devi Lakshmi’s avatar.

Shani assures Asuras Amrit will surely come. Rahu agrees. Gods wont get it though. They will neither get Amrit nor Shree. Let’s kill Gods. Shani reasons that no one can force Shree to choose sides. She chooses people depending on their karma’s. Neither you nor Gods can create hindrance in it. Shukracharya seconds him. Shani apologizes to Goddess Lakshmi. Please take your own decision. She replies that she is very much pleased with his behaviour. Tell me what do you want? I will grant your wish. Shani is not keen to ask for anything, any power or maya. Bless me to not have any attachment with anyone

or anything ever. Goddess Lakshmi grants his wish. I will also grant you another wish. Time will come when n number of people will follow you. Whosoever will follow the right path taking you as an example, will always have me by his side. Now I will answer who I will go to. It isn’t possible for ordinary person to keep Shree in control. I will choose the one who has the combination of brains, mercy and love; the one who will be way above in terms of position than me yet is not attached to any maya. Who is that person out of all people present here? Shani says there isn’t any such person here. It isn’t possible for any person to stay away from Maya yet not fall for it. It can only be the one who nurtures everyone. It is only Narayan – a complete person and someone who fulfils all the criteria’s. He thinks upon Narayan requesting him to accept Ma Lakshmi. Narayan appears there. He extends a hand towards Ma Lakshmi and she joins him. He gets his weapons / ornaments back. All Gods, Devi Sanghya and Yami also get their ornaments back.

Devi Sanghya is thankful to Ma Lakshmi for whatever happened while Yami gives credit to her brother Shani. I knew he will find a way out to help Gods. My brother shows right path to everyone. Devi Sanghya looks at her unhappily.

Rahu calls it cheating. It was a sham. Gods took advantage of us to get their Shree back! Indra Dev says we got what we wanted. We let Asuras make decisions. Now we will kill all these Asuras here only. Rahu complains that Gods showed their true colours the moment they got their powers back. Now it is our turn. Attack! Shani reminds them of Tridev’s words. Whosoever cheats will have to bear the brunt of Tridev’s anger. Shree is back but we dint do what we were supposed to. We dint get all the help from Tridev’s just to fight. Gods never back down from their words. Will you do so? Shani tells Rahu to resume Manthan. Rahu keeps a condition – whatever comes out Manthan will be ours. Indra Dev refuses to accept it. Shukracharya points out that they are asking not him but Shani to decide. Rahu repeats his question at Shani who accepts it. Indra Dev does not feel Asuras can be trusted. Shani says everyone will get whatever they deserve depending on their karma’s. You should focus on your karma.

Gods and Asuras Manthan resumes.

Narayan says everything is fine until now. Mahadev nods. I am really happy. SHani has proved that we dint make any mistake in creating Shani and making him Karamfaldata. I have full faith no injustice will happen in Sagar Manthan till Shani is present.

A blast erupts from the Parvat. Rahu thinks Amrit is about to come but large balls of fire emerges from the mountain. Asuras and Gods begin to walk closer but Shani advises them against it. I feel it isn’t Amrit. This isn’t Amrit. Shukracharya points out that it is Mahavish (poison / halahal). They start running away. Shani turns to Rahu. You only kept the condition that Asuras will take whatever will come out of Manthan next. Accept it now. Rahu says I am not mad to accept poison. Tell Gods to drink it. Indra Dev calls it out of question. You asked for it. Now Asuras will have to drink it. Both Gods and Asuras keep pointing fingers at each other. Shani shouts at them to be quiet. Whatever has come out of Manthan is because of your karma’s. We have distributed whatever has come out till now. We will have to distribute this too for the betterment of the world. Asuras and Gods stay put. Rahu says it was Shani who asked us to do Manthan. He should decide who will take care of this poison as none of us will drink it. You enjoy guiding everyone. Do it now!

Shani decides to drink poison shocking everyone present there. I am not a part of it but I am the reason for it which is why I will drink it. He heads towards the poison while his Nana Shree advises him to stop. Shani is having trouble seeing or breathing because of the poisonous fumes coming out of the poison. He still keeps walking forward. He is about to sip it when Mahadev tells him to stop. Everyone folds hands in reverence. Shani asks him why poison came out before Amrit. Mahadev explains that all poison comes out of your mind while you are retrospecting before you get good thoughts. Poison is attached to Amrit just like dark is associated with night. People wanting Amrit have to have poison too. You made me really happy as you dint stop yourself from drinking poison to save the world. In future, Shani will also be considered a reflection of Shiv whenever people will talk about planets. Step back now. Shani says I will have to drink poison though. Mahadev reminds him of his vow. You wont have a right on whatever will come out of Amrit Manthan. I am Shiv. Shiv means that which isn’t. That which doesn’t belong to anyone is mine even if it is poison. I will drink poison!

Precap: Mahadev drinks poison. Shani says only Mahakali can stabilise Mahakaal. He invokes Mahakali to save Mahakaal (Mahadev).

Update Credit to: Pooja

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  1. Kamalanayani

    Mata parvati (Mahakali) aa rahi hai

  2. Mannat

    Can anybody tell me what is the meaning of word PRARABDH

    1. Prabhat means morning


      Prarabdha Karma are the part of sanchita karma, a collection of past karmas, which are ready to be experienced through the present body (incarnation).

      According to Sri Swami Sivananda: “Prarabdha is that portion of the past karma which is responsible for the present body. That portion of the sanchita karma which influences human life in the present incarnation is called prarabdha. It is ripe for reaping. It cannot be avoided or changed. It is only exhausted by being experienced. You pay your past debts. Prarabdha karma is that which has begun and is actually bearing fruit. It is selected out of the mass of the sanchita karma.”

      Each lifetime, a certain portion of the sanchita karma, most suited for the spiritual evolution at the time, is chosen to be worked out, during the course of the lifetime. Subsequently this Prarabdha Karma creates circumstances which we are destined to experience in our present lifetime, they also place certain limitations via our physical family, body or life circumstances we are born into, as charted in our birth chart or horoscope, collectively known as fate or destiny (determinism).

    3. Prarabadh means beginning, not morning




    What are sattva, raja and tama?
    According to modern sciences, the Universe is made up of basic physical particles that include electrons, protons, neutrons, mesons, gluons and quarks. At a spiritual level however, the Universe is made up of something even more subtle and basic. These basic particles are known as the 3 subtle basic components (trigunas) namely sattva, raja and tama. These components are intangible, not physical in nature and cannot be seen with any instruments such as the latest electronic microscopes. Due to the intangible nature of subtle basic sattva, raja and tama components, schools and universities that teach modern sciences are unaware that they exist. However this does not discount the fact that they pervade our entire existence and the world we live in. Depending on which one of the three subtle components is predominant within us, it influences how we react to situations, make decisions, make choices and live our lives.
    The subtle basic sattva component appears yellow, the subtle basic raja component red and the subtle basic tama component black in color when perceived through highly active sixth sense.
    Sattva (Spiritually pure) component: The subtle basic sattva component is the most subtle or intangible of the three subtle basic components. It is the component nearest to divinity. If a person has high amount of sattva component, person experiences happiness, contentment, and has virtues like patience, perseverance, ability to forgive, spiritual yearning etc. A saatvik person does not expect recognition or reward and has no ulterior motives. A saatvik person sleeps for 4-6 hours. Fresh fruits, vegetables and grains are saatvik in nature. White, yellow and blue are saatvik colors.
    Tama component (Ignorance and Inertia): Its predominance in a person is reflected by laziness, greed, attachment to worldly matters etc. The characteristics of a tamasik person are lazy, inactive, depressed, extremely selfish, not thinking about others or even harming them when fulfilling one’s selfish needs, irritable etc. Tamasik people harm others. Most tamasik people harm society at large in the name of religion or some ideology. A tamasik person sleeps for 12-15 hours. Alcohol, dried and frozen food, stale or rotten food, twice heated food, half cooked or hard to digest food is tamasik in nature. Black or any shade of black is a tamasik color.
    Raja component (Action and passion): Raja component provides fuel to Saatvik or Tamasik actions depending on whether a person is predominantly sattvik or tamasik.
    The characteristics of a rajasik person are angry, jealous, proud, egoistic, bossy, attention seeking, greedy, going to any extent to fulfill worldly ambitions and desires, worrying, day dreamer etc. A rajasik person helps others with a lot of ego about the help being given. A rajasik person sleeps for 7-9 hours. Highly salty, bitter, sour, pungent, onion, garlic, boiling hot tea or coffee etc are rajasik in nature. Red, green, violet are rajasik colors.
    As ghosts are raja-tama predominant, they frequent raja-tama environments on Earth as they are most likely to find raja-tama predominant people there. A tamasik person is an easy target for possession and stands a high risk of being controlled by ghosts to harm society. If there is an increase in the raja and tama in the world, it translates into increased wars, terrorist activities and natural disasters.
    Our five senses, mind and intellect are the darkness or ignorance as they keep us away from identifying with our true state i.e. the God within us or the Soul. As we do spiritual practice we begin to change the proportion of the 3 subtle basic components within us towards more of the sattva component and progress towards God realization.

    1. Kamalanayani

      I think I am a kind of Satva-Rajasik person. (I tried to match the characteristics given fav color, veggies and sleep time)
      Thanks Madhushree for such a clear update
      Another question to you – Are Satvik people pure vegetarian ??
      Because I have heard somebody saying like that…


        Yes dear satvik people are totally pure vegetarian.

      2. Kamalanayani

        I am a pure vegetarian not vegan
        I don’t take non-veg in any form
        Thats why I asked
        Thanks @Madhushree

      3. Kamalanayani

        You have quoted some colors but they are all bright versions,

        How about light blue, light pink & light violet ….

        Which of these 3 categories do they belong (Satva-Rajsik or what ?)


        I had head that light shades of all the colours represents sattva category.

      5. Kamalanayani

        Thanks MadhuShree


    I am too satva-rajasik person.
    Yes dear satvik people are totally pure vegetarian.


    *Temples stairs*

    I used to go to the Temple with my mother . The temple had stairs.
    I used to ask her why can’t they build the temple on the ground? Why do you have to climb the stairs each and everyday?

    *The excellent answer by mother.*

    You need to rise above your level to reach God.
    Each step of the stairs is a reminder that you are rising above your level in terms of your envy, greed, anger, ego and all evil parts of your life.
    It also suggests that you have to climb the steps one by one, you can’t just jump off from first step to the last step.
    That is the cycle of life, once you conquer these aspects you reach towards your inner core self…

  7. Kamalanayani

    One can’t reach God in comfort.
    I have also heard something like this in a temple function.

    “God is in such a close distance to us but, to reach him you need to travel a bit at the cost of giving away your six enemies*, six anxieties** and six changes***

    *Desire , anger , greed , lust , pride and jealousy
    **Thirst, hunger, grief , infatuation , old age and death
    ***Existence, birth, growth , maturity, decay and death”

    If you do so, the travel does not end up with you reaching the God, but at the end God will come to you.

    It was a mind-opening phrase to me. I can never forget it. Thank you God for making me know about these things. You are helping me to get closer to you.

  8. Kamalanayani

    @Chaaya & Chanda
    Hmm.. I think both of you are not available for the past 2 days.

    Can we have any discussions on World famous Thirunallar Shani temple which even made NASA scientists afraid of his super-natural powers and on Vishwaroopa Shanidev Templewhere he stands in a form of 27-feet tall idol surrounded by a count of 108 old trees believed to be the stars who to tapasya to please him.

    You can have a dharshan of VIshwaroopa Shani dev in this link –

    1. ChandaMaya

      My schedule is a bit off. I am catching up on the conversations.

    2. Chaaya

      Interesting phenomenon, regarding the satellite.

  9. Kamalanayani

    Shani Dev Beej Mantra (शनि बीज मंत्र)

    ॐ प्राँ प्रीं प्रौं सः शनैश्चराय नमः ॥

    Om praam preem praum sah shanayishraya namah

  10. Prarabdh means say something in past about future

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