Dr. Masaru Emoto: The Grand Invocation

NATARAJA, THE LORD OF THE DANCE by Arumugam Manivelu

Please chant the Grand Invocation three times on every 11th [of the month] as below.

The Grand Invocation: “Uchu no Mugen no Chikara ga Kori Kotte, Makoto no Daiwa no Miyo ga, Nari Natta.”

This means: “The eternal power of the Universe has gathered itself to create the world with true and grand harmony.”

Masaru Emoto
Messenger of Water
April 11, 2011

South Indian artist Arumugam Manivelu’s “Nataraja, The Lord of the Dance” (1999) © Himalayan Academy Publications, Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii. It depicts Lord Shiva as the cosmic dancer who performs his divine dance to destroy the universe in order to prepare the way for the cycle of creation. Writes physicist Frizof Capra: “It is a continual dance of creation and destruction involving the whole cosmos; the basis of all existence and of all natural phenomena.” Image from the website http://en.wikipedia.org; used under a Creative Commons license.

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