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Why do We Burn Camphor in any Pooja?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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No aarti is performed without camphor. Camphor when lit burns itself out completely without leaving a trace of it.

Camphor represents our inherent tendencies or vasanas. When lit by the fire of knowledge about the self, the vasanas burn themselves out completely, not leaving a trace of ego.

Ego is responsible for a sense of individuality that keeps us separate from the Lord or consciousness.In addition, camphor when burns, emits a pleasant perfume. This signifies that as we burn our ego we can only spread love and nothing else.

 (Disclaimer: The views expressed in this write up are my own).

Why do we burn camphor in any pooja?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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No aarti is performed without camphor. Camphor when lit burns itself out completely without leaving a trace of it.Camphor represents our inherent tendencies or vasanas. When lit by the fire of knowledge about the self, the vasanas burn themselves out completely, not leaving a trace of ego.Ego is responsible for a sense of individuality that keeps us separate from the Lord or consciousness.In addition, camphor when burns, emits a pleasant perfume. This signifies that as we burn our ego we can only spread love and nothing else.

(Disclaimer: The views expressed in this write up are my own).

Why do we Burn Camphor in any Pooja?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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No Aarti is performed without camphor. Camphor, when lit, burns itself out completely without leaving a trace of it.

Camphor represents our inherent tendencies or vasanas. When lit by the fire of knowledge about the self, the vasanas burn themselves out completely, not leaving a trace of ego.

Ego is responsible for a sense of individuality that keeps us separate from the Lord or consciousness.

Camphor when burns, emits a pleasant perfume. This signifies that as we burn our ego we can only spread love and nothing else.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this write up are entirely my own.

Why do We Burn Camphor in Any Pooja?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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No aarti is performed without camphor. Camphor burns itself out completely, when lit, without leaving a trace. Camphor represents our inherent tendencies or vasanas. When lit by the fire of knowledge about the self, the vasanas burn themselves out completely, not leaving a trace of ego. Ego is responsible for a sense of individuality that keeps us separate from the Lord or consciousness. In addition, camphor when burns, emits a pleasant perfume. This signifies that as we burn our ego, we can only spread love and nothing else.

(Disclaimer: The views expressed in this write up are my own).

Why do We Burn Camphor in Any Pooja?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , , | | Comments Off on Why do We Burn Camphor in Any Pooja?

No Aarti is performed without camphor. Camphor, when lit, burns itself out completely without leaving a trace of it. Camphor represents our inherent tendencies or vasanas. When lit by the fire of knowledge about the self, the vasanas burn themselves out completely, not leaving a trace of ego. Ego is responsible for a sense of individuality that keeps us separate from the Lord or consciousness. Camphor when burns, emits a pleasant perfume. This signifies that as we burn our ego we can only spread love and nothing else. Disclaimer: The views expressed in this write up are entirely my own.

Why do We Burn Camphor in Any Pooja?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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No aarti is performed without camphor. Camphor burns itself out completely, when lit, without leaving a trace. Camphor representsour inherent tendencies or vasanas.When lit by the fire of knowledge about the self, the vasanas burn themselves out completely, not leaving a trace of ego. Ego is responsible for a sense of individuality that keeps us separate from the Lord or consciousness. In addition, camphor when burns, emits a pleasant perfume. This signifies that as we burn our ego, we can only spread love and nothing else.

Why do We Burn Camphor in Any Pooja?

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No aarti is performed without camphor. Camphor when lit burns itself out completely without leaving a trace.

Camphor represents our inherent tendencies or vasanas. When lit by the fire of knowledge about the self, the vasanas burn themselves out completely, not leaving a trace of ego.

Ego is responsible for a sense of individuality that keeps us separate from the Lord or consciousness.

In addition, camphor when burns, emits a pleasant perfume. This signifies that as we burn our ego we can only spread love and nothing else.

Why do we burn camphor in any pooja?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , | | Comments Off on Why do we burn camphor in any pooja?

No Aarti is performed without camphor. Camphor when lit burns itself out completely without leaving a trace of it.

Camphor represents our inherent tendencies or vasanas. When lit by the fire of knowledge about the self, the vasanas burn themselves out completely, not leaving a trace of ego.

Ego is responsible for a sense of individuality that keeps us separate from the Lord or consciousness.

In addition, camphor when burns, emits a pleasant perfume. This signifies that as we burn our ego we can only spread love and nothing else.