Dharma (RED HOUSE)
The eternal and inherent nature of reality, regarded in Hinduism as a cosmic law underlying right behaviour and social order.
Dharma means “right way of living” and “path of rightness”. Dharma is based on birth and in Hinduism it means ‘duty’, ‘virtue’, ‘morality’, even ‘religion’ and it refers to the power which upholds the universe and society.
Dhairya (YELLOW HOUSE)
Patience is the ability to endure difficult circumstances. Patience may involve perseverance in the face of delay; tolerance of provocation without responding in disrespect/anger. Devi Shailaputri has been considered the embodiment of patience and upon awakening begins her journey from her father to her husband from the Muladhara Chakra or the root chakra which in yogic terms is said to be the base from which the three main psychic channels emerge.
Dhyana ( GREEN HOUSE)
‘Dhyan'(meditation) is the study of deep concentration, calmness and tranquility of the mind. It is the study of attaining complete control over ones mind. Meditation takes the consciousness beyond conscious, sub conscious & unconscious states to super consciousness. It is the training of the mind, commonly translated as meditation, to withdraw the mind from the automatic responses to sense-impressions, and leading to a “state of perfect equanimity and awareness.” Also it is a term used for the seventh anga (limb or level) in the eight-step Yoga practice of Sage Patanjali. This state is penultimate to Samadhi or “absorption.”
Dhyeya ( BLUE HOUSE)
Dhyeya (ध्येय) refers to “one who is meditated upon”, representing an aspect of Govinda. A cause is an aim which a group of people supports or is fighting for.