Adhyathma Ramayana by Manish Mokshagundam Part 13

Shiva answers Devi about Rama’s incarnation (Continued) – Part 13

13HINDU-TRINITY

All the good, righteous people and virtuous Sadhus along with Bhu (The name of Earth in Sanskrit, considered the one of wives of Vishnu) went to see the creator Brahma to seek and find a solution to the menace of Ravana and rid his band of Rakshasas from the face of the earth.

The all knowing consciousness of Brahma realised instantaneously that the Rakshasas are on the verge of destroying the Earth. The lord of the four bearings, the Chaurmukha-Brahma, the creator instinctively knew what must be done. The will is basically the power to manifest form the unmanifest Shiva and bring phenomenon into the physical world, it is called Iccha Shakti.

The Iccha Shakti (The divine will-power) that is yourself Devi have manifested in the minds of people as my consort Parvati. You see Devi; it is again you that is the Bhu who has manifested as the grand screen or stage called earth where all the activities or the play of life happens.

You see Devi, whenever the balance of nature is disrupted, it calls for immediate action.

From me Shiva the pure potential, again the Kriya Shakti (The divine power of action) emerges; That too is a manifestation of you Devi, known verily as Lakshmi. Presently, the creator and the controller of flow and direction of the universe Brahma realised that he must appeal to Vishnu, the lord of all action and happenings of the universe; who along with Lakshmi makes all things manifest.

The great potential flux, the primordial soup before the beginning of time is Vishnu. The sum total of all potential energy that is latent and ready to manifest and become the observable universe is indeed Vishnu and Lakshmi that too is your power my beloved Devi.

The observable universe that which is both the food and subject to witness is the very purpose of manifestation of the supreme consciousness itself. This is too certainly you my darling Devi. Known to the individual souls (Añu) as the Jnana Shakti (The divine power of knowledge), the subjects of knowledge have to protected at all times. The Añu know you as Sasaswati, the manifestation of your own power as knowledge.

When Brahma with Bhu Devi, all the Sadhus, the Deities and the Spiritual souls prayed to lord of action Vishnu; He manifested in the minds of the Sadhakas (the seekers) as they wished to see him. He was luminous like a thousand suns, dispelling the darkness everywhere. WITH PURITY OF MIND THE SEEKERS GOT THE VISION THEY WERE SEEKING; Vishnu appeared with a smiling face with with eyes that resembled a pair of lotus buds. With a disk in one hand and crunch in the other. A mace in his third and a lotus in the forth hand. He was seated on his vehicle Garuda and was accompanied by his consorts Sri and Bhu.

Brahma tried to sing hymns of praises but was chocked with blissful emotion at the vision of the great lord. Nevertheless he sang a beautiful verse to seek the blessings of lord Vishnu.

 

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Adhyathma Ramayana by Manish Mokshagundam

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Shiva answers Devi about Rama’s incarnation – Part 12

Shiva answers Devi in the language of love imparting the deepest esoteric secrets of existence through the Adhyatma Ramayana.

Mahadeva says that Rama is actually the innermost soul of all. Rama is the combination of myself (Shiva) and you (Devi) and THE COMBINED POWER TO ATTRACT LIFE ITSELF. Rama is the perfect amalgamation of Shiva, Shakti and Añu. I have heard this from Rama himself because there is really NO difference between us.

Once it happened that the earth was overwhelmed by the load of evil unleashed by the Rakshasas headed by their king Ravana. There is a secret here too; when humans become greedy and too self-absorbed in their own indulgence they become Rakshasas. These types of people truth be told, are actually Rakshasas. They invariable exploit earth and bring it to the point of destruction. The Rakshasas bleed mother earth to the point of no return. They cut forests, mine minerals, divert rivers, pollute the air, poison the soil, disrupt glaciers, kill the seas by over fishing; basically, work against the natural order of the existence itself.

As you know Devi, the balance of nature is extremely delicate and once the threshold of destruction is reached there is no going back. In Sanskrit the flow of universal direction is called Rtà, the Chinese call it the Tao, the Greeks call it Logos; every species, every ethnicity has been innately given fundamental knowledge of the functioning of the universal flow and every sentient innately partakes in the upkeep of the Rtà. 

If you look at the ecological pyramid, you will see that the biomass that is the amount of living or organic matter at the bottom is the highest and gradually reduce as the food web goes higher in the prey-predator ratio. Trees produce food from the Sun, which are consumed by the herbivores, then these herbivores are the food for the carnivore and so forth. However, it is important to note that there is a reliable energy transfer through each stage. However, all the energy at one stage of the chain is not absorbed by the organism at the next stage. The amount of energy from one stage to another decreases.

Which means that the organisms at the top of the food web have to conserve the most energy. Humans have been given the unique ability of “Viveka”, the power of pure potential. They can choose to flow along with Rtà to become one with me and grow into Shiva. This flowing with the Rtà is compared to drinking of the nectar of immortality and is called “AmRtà”. When one flows against the Rtà they it is like consuming miasma and is called “AnRtà”.

All the good, righteous and virtuous Sadhus along with Bhu (The name of Earth in Sanskrit, one of wives of Vishnu) when to see the creator Brahma to seek and find a solution to the menace of Ravana and rid his band of Rakshasas from the face of the earth.

Adhyathma Ramayana by Sri Rama Dasa Manish – Part 6

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Adhyathma Ramayana is essentially a Puranic work demonstrating the inquisitiveness of Parvati and clear, unambiguous explanation by Shiva. But in the orthodox circles of Rama devotees, the Adhyatama Ramayana is considered to be a Mantra-sastra, a sacred book, each stanza of which is revered as a Mantra (mystic syllable) and devoutly repeated in a ceremonial way. And Shiva continues the story of Sri Rama to his beloved Parvati

As soon as the Lord of Goddess Lakshmi took birth in Ayodhya, Lakshmi herself started living in the very land of her beloved. Abundance and affluence started flowing in every house. The fields were always green with rich bountiful harvests, the rivers and ponds were full of fish, the earth revealed all sorts of metals and minerals. The citizens were never this happyy and they renewed their pledge of living a life of Dharma. Right from that day onwards every thing in earth heightened its existence and the world was a happy place.

The brothers grew in years and childhood made their parents very happy. Gradually  their youth also approached, there upon the Kula Guru and great sage Vasishta who was  also the son of Brahma ensured that all important Samskara Dharma of the Upanayanam and taught them Vedas along with all of its branches. As also the human law book as well as their branches.
Unsurprisingly the brothers learned them without any real effort, even though these subjects were very difficult to teach and learn. The world witnessed in Guru Vasistha the divine Brahma himself from whom Vasishta has learned and got enlightened; and the disciples were divine beings including Lord Vishnu himself. Never has the universe been so fortunate to so much divinity in a Gurukula.

In time they returned to the palace, King Dasharatha was extremely happy to see that his sons had mastered the Sciences of Vedas, Administration, Warfare, Weaponry, etc as expert sailors master the seven seas. A unique result of the “buddy-system” of martial training that prevailed in the Gurukula had resulted in unbreakable bonding between Rama and Lakshmana on one hand and between Bharatha and Satrugna on the other. What Dasharatha did not know was that mother Sumitra has also tutored her twins to serve their elder brothers this way.

Prince Rama took the affairs of statecraft as a fish takes to water. He and Lakshmana immediately got around to arresting the thieves and  killing the cruel & dangerous animals in and around Ayodhya. Bharatha & Satrugna immersed themselves in foreign affairs and recruitment of civil servants.

their Dinacharya or daily schedule consisted of waking up at very early morning, taking bath, performing with great devotion the Suryanamaskar ie., salutations of dawn, Meditation, then doing saluting like feet of their father and mothers, devoting their time to affairs of ruling of the state along with his buddy-brother. Leading Dharma and upholding Law and then only after solving the problems of the citizens did they partake in food along with relatives and elders. The evenings were designated for hearing of Dharma Sasthras and historical events. The evening twilight was earmark for Shiva-Vandana and arts.

It was wonderful to watch the omnipresent and omnipotent Lord Vishnu person the mundane activities of a human on a daily basis. The one who needs no further evolutionn or involution was seen doing in the absolute quality all the actions needed by humans to the yardstick of every endeavour, that earned Rama the title of “Maryada Purushottama” the limit of Human endeavour.

#SriRamauVijayate #JaiSriRam #JayaSreeRama

Adhyathma Ramayana by Sri Rama Dasa Manish – Part 5

Adhyathma Ramayana is essentially a Puranic work demonstrating the inquisitiveness of Parvati and clear, unambiguous explanation by Shiva. But in the orthodox circles of Rama devotees, the Adhyatama Ramayana is considered to be a Mantra-sastra, a sacred book, each stanza of which is revered as a Mantra (mystic syllable) and devoutly repeated in a ceremonial way. And Shiva continues the story of Sri Rama to his beloved Parvati

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Hearing the news of the birth of a son, King Dasharatha was in bliss with divine joy.  To all those servants who told the news of son’s birth; He gifted new cloths, ornaments and plenty of wealth. As per the orders of the Guru Vasishta, he performed the ritual of birth and also meditated afterwards.

To Kaikeyi a son was born the next and to Sumithra twins sons were born. Dasaratha w also performed ritual of birth to all the children. The citizens who witnessed this divine serendipity shed tears of joy. Charity to countless Brahmins and innumerable Sadhus was given in Cattle, gold, jewels, cloths, land etc. Even the chief of heaven lord Indra had a grand festival to celebrate the Avatara of Rama on earth and gained much punya.

Guru Vasishta noticed that all sentient beings of all of all the worlds were joyous and merry  and the dark infant had an extremely powerful attractive power, so the first born son of Dasharatha was named RAMA. The guru foresaw that the second son was going to be an expert administrator, he was named BHARATHA. The third son born of Sumitra had all the features of good qualities (Lakshanas), therefore he was named LAKSMANA. In the younger twin, Vasishta  foresaw the quality of annihilation of all enemies, so the last son was named SATRUGNA.

After giving these names to all his four sons, King Dasharatha lived happily along with his  three wives.

#SriRamauVijayate #JaiSriRam #JayaSreeRama