The satta matka king is the epitome of a king. He is bestowed with all the powers and strengths of a king including wisdom, charm, courage, physical prowess, magical powers and an unshakable faith in his duties and obligations. Satta is traditionally believed to be originated from the southern part of Sri Lanka in the province of Eravikulam. The name satta is translated literally into ‘three leaf crowns’.
The satta king 786 is considered by the Hindus as the epitome of all the things that make up a fully fledged Hindu king. He is believed to have three divine qualities: purity, strength and wisdom. Satta can be symbolized as three dots or even one star. However, people usually choose three or four leaf stars because they believe that each represents a different aspect of the satta. Some people also believe that each has a distinct meaning or it may be interpreted according to various verses in the sacred texts.
Satta is equated with a human being who is considered by them to be the epitome of perfection. The satta is believed to possess power over animals and plants. This is because the potency of satta can be transferred to other objects by means of meditation. When this process is perfected, it is believed that the object also possesses this unique power. The concept of satta is so strong that many monks worldwide consider the entire world to be satta.
The sattva attunement involves four steps which are practiced regularly and which are believed to be the key to unlock the power of sattva. The first step is ‘Pranayama’. This is done by meditating on a particular mantra and achieving inner silence. This is accompanied by the second step which is ‘Mantra samadhi’ which involves identifying the sound of that mantra and relaxing completely.
The next step is ‘Nirodha purna niyama’ which includes imagining the power of all positive vibrations and that will help a person to recognize the internal power of the mind. The final step is ‘Moksha sattva’ which involves visualization of the entire divine Sattvic nature inside the body. This visualization is accompanied by deep breathing.
It is believed that the power of saliva can be awakened only through proper practice and these steps. Sattva is also called as ‘Shiva’ and is believed to be the epitome of perfection. Through satta attunement, a person can realize the true meaning and importance of life. There are many advantages associated with this and they include an increase in wisdom, better concentration, good health, good prosperity and happiness, and above all, true contentment.