Yoga of Devotion / Gayatri Therapy to return heart and mind to purity (sattva).
Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam, Book 12, Chapters 8–12
·Mar 16, 2020
The Fourth Enclosure is made of lead with its wall height is seven yojanas and within the Enclosure are the Sanatanaka trees. The Fifth Enclosure is made of brass with a spread of ten yojanas. The Sixth Enclosure is made of walls with five-fold irons and its Gardens grow Mandara Trees
and the description is transcripted in detail by Maharshi Veda Vyāsa apparently for the consumption of mortals to carry conviction into their consciousness.
Maharshi Veda Vyas assured that reading, listening or imagining about Mani Dvipa and of the Glories of Devi Bhagavati would provide peace of mind, contentment and fresh springs of hope, purpose and direction of life. Especially so, when new projects are launched and new actions are initiated as also when apprehensions, obstacles, diseases, tragedies or even the facing of death are envisaged by anybody.
O King! Thus I have described to you about the Manidvīpa, the most exalted place of the Devī Bhagavatī. He who daily reads the five Chapters, from the eighth to this twelfth chapter, is surely untouched by any obstacles due to the Bhūtas, Pretas and Piśācas. — Maharshi Veda Vyāsa
The YOGA of Devotion