Did you know that you can do something to help your departed ancestors in the afterlife ? This article explains why crows pecking at the food offered ritualistically to the departed ancestors can denote that they are being helped.
1. Relief from ancestral distress by performing a simplified version of Shraddha The first evening of Pitrupaksha (a fortnight when departed ancestors come closest to Earth), my spiritual distress increased. I felt immense feelings of sadness, isolation, desperation and I felt completely unsatisfied. I felt helpless and I cried until I fell asleep. The next … Continue reading Spiritual experiences related to Pitrupaksha – Ms Petra Stich
1. God responding to prayers to relieve departed ancestors Due to God’s grace I had a very strong spiritual experience related to Shrāddha (a potent ritual that benefits departed ancestors at a spiritual level). I had just gotten married to Sean Clarke, and it was our first Pitrupaksha (a fortnight when departed ancestors come closest … Continue reading Spiritual experiences related to Pitrupaksha – Mrs Shweta Clarke
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