The holy day of Datta Jayanti has been celebrated for eons of time in India. There are a myriad of examples to illustrate
the ever-pervading universal trinity that
manifests throughout creation.
Perhaps on this day we can re-examine our 3 bodies ~ physical, subtle and causal to see how we can bring them more into balance.
Become more disciplined in taking care of the physical body with a healthy plant-based diet, regular yoga practice,
fresh air and proper sleep.
For a healthy mind, implement more positive thoughts and qualities. Allow the mind to bask in inner calm.
The causal sheath is called the bliss body, ānandamaya kośa. As we follow dharma, universal and personal duties, we feel the blissful energy flow from our heart.
Ananda, pure happiness, is our natural state of being.
Daily immerse in meditation to feel inner peace
pervade into bliss.
As the 3 bodies vibrate in higher frequency, the universal trinity, sat cit ananda, emerges from within...
with the realization that our soul is eternal, imbued with
higher knowledge, and resides in absolute bliss.
Strive to make each day a day to celebrate the energy of Dattatreya residing within you.
As the clouds dissolve, the sun appears.
Through the control of the mind, the Divine awakens within.
This day is often said to be the birthday of Sri Dattatreya.
Yet the real meaning of Dattatreya goes beyond birth & death.
The great yogi of yogis, Dattatreya, was the original guru. Thus, we celebrate the first appearance on Earth as the birth day. The 3-headed deity represents the Divine Self
as the creator, sustainer, transformer.
The essence of Dattatreya jnana is to realize the Divine Self residing within in the form of the universal trinity.