Good Thoughts
Good Words         Good Deeds
VOHUMAN means WISDOM and MAZDA means the DIVINE.

There is ASHA, USHTA & VOHUMAN in Mazda's creation
USHTA is to those who use their VOHUMAN to be on the path of ASHA

2004 is a "6" year in Numerological terms
"6" is the number of "LOVE".
LOVE more in 2004.

© 2004, Meher Amalsad, Author of Bread For the Head™


My Dear Zarathushti Sisters and Brothers:

It is said that: LOVE is an act of FAITH � when FAITH matures it becomes LOVE.

The following contribution is a culmination of my FAITH in LOVE along with my LOVE in FAITH.

The topic of Sudreh and Kushti has always fascinated me. This fascination led me to a unique quest for learning in the past ten plus years.

The information acquired has touched me at a spirit level, which in the distant past was beyond the comprehension of my mind.

It also helped me to somewhat correlate and understand the spiritual constitution behind the physical construction of Sudreh and Kushti.

My humble conclusion is that:

The Sudreh or Kushti is not a "GARMENT OF CONVENIENCE",


In these 7-part Series titled: �THE GARMENT OF THE MILLENNIUMS� ITS SYNERGY ON HUMAN ENERGY�, I will be sharing information along with experiential exercises and rare pictures that has touched the spiritual dimension of my consciousness.

Please note that the information shared in this 7-part series is supported more by the conviction of my faith rather than the prescription of science.

Because I firmly believe that: IT TAKES FAITH TO TRUST THE ODDS.

Furthermore, this information is not meant to prove anything but simply to share something that I value very dearly in my heart and soul.

As you read this information, may you ALWAYS be BLESSED in ALL-WAYS.

In the spirit of sharing
May the

Light Of Valuable Energy
and the
Love In God's Heart Today
be with you and your family.

With Blessings of love and light always from Meher Amalsad


A 7-Part Series
Part 1 of 7

Is it bell-bottoms or jeans? Is it mini or maxi? Let us find out through the help of these stories.

A story is told in “Review of Reviews” about Mr. Stead from United Kingdom, who in 1910 was selling beautiful Persian rugs woven by Zarathushti women. One day, Mr. Stead sold one of his rugs to an Englishman who had a small daughter.

Now, whenever this little girl would relax on the carpet, she would start singing in a strange language. She said that she sang what she heard from the carpet. Whenever she was picked off from the carpet she would stop singing.

This intrigued her parents, so they conferred with eminent doctors who concluded that the girl was sound in body and mind.

One day, the father asked Mr. Stead to call an Iranian and tell him to quietly jot down the song verbatim.

After a careful investigation, they discovered that the words and the tune of the song were exactly the same, which the Zarathushti ladies would customarily sing while weaving the carpet. These were songs of praise traditionally sung by Zarathushtis.

The girl through her power of clairaudience not only could hear the song but was also blessed with the innate ability to reproduce the song.

The woolen threads, from which a carpet is woven, possess excellent property of absorbing colors produced by the vibrations of the sound, and when the carpet comes in friction with the wind, it reproduces those vibrations in the form of sound.

To be able to listen to these specific vibrations requires the power of clairaudience.

Like wise, the Kushti, which is also made of wool, absorbs sound as well as all vibrations – the physical and the ultra-physical.

I want you to hold that thought as you read the next story.

Sources and Resources to gratefully acknowledge for the entire 7-Part series:
  • Ahura Mazda and Asho Zarathushtra
  • My Grandparents, Parents and Family
  • Ervad K. N. Dastoor from India for his reflections and interactions through personal discussions and audio cassette programs
  • Navjote and Sudreh Kushti -- the golden gifts -Siloo Mehta, Cypress, California, USA.
  • An 'Alat' of the Zarathushti Religion- Sudreh & Kushti -Pervin Mistry, FEZANA Journal, Winter 1997, USA.
  • Hands of Light -Barbara Brennan, Ph.D.
  • Anatomy of the Spirit - Caroline Myss, Ph.D.
  • The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying -Sogyal Rincpoh
  • Rare photos about the construction of the Kushti from root to fruit -Homai & Maneck Vyarawalla, India.
  • Amesha Spentas & Chakras� Shahriar Shahriari, Los Angeles, California, USA,


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