The 36 divine qualities of deities or devi devtas

June 16, 2024

The 36 Divine Qualities Of Deities Or Devi Devtas


In yesterday’s message, we had mentioned 36 divine qualities which are present in deities or devi devtas. Let us check each quality and imbibe the quality inside us, to make ourselves perfect, pure and praise worthy. The more we imbibe all these qualities, the more we will experience success in all spheres of life – personal as well as professional and all our relationships will also become beautiful. 

A beautiful practice is to select one quality and bring it into practice for a week and then take a new quality for the next week. At the end of the day, every day check yourself and make a note in your personal diary how well did you practice the quality in your life. You can mark yourself on a scale of 1 to 10 everyday, depending on your progress for that particular day and try and increase your marks the next day. Do this for one week for one quality. Every week take a different quality. Do this for all 36 divine qualities for 36 weeks.

List Of 36 Divine Qualities
1. Accuracy 2. Appreciation 3. Benevolence 4. Carefreeness 5. Cheerfulness 6. Cleanliness 7. Contentment 8. Co-operation 9. Courage 10. Detachment 11. Determination 12. Discipline 13. Easiness 14. Egolessness 15. Energetic 16. Far-Sightedness 17. Fearlessness 18. Generosity 19. Good Wishes 20. Honesty 21. Humility 22. Introspection 23. Lightness 24. Maturity 25. Mercy 26. Obedience 27. Orderliness 28. Patience 29. Politeness 30. Purity 31. Royalty 32. Self-Confidence 33. Simplicity 34. Sweetness 35. Tirelessness 36. Tolerance

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