Analogy Of Kundalini And Ramayana

Analogy Of Kundalini And Ramayana

Ramayana: Ram [soul] and ayan [journey] means a journey of the soul from time to eternity, from bounds of ego consciousness to the limitless expanse of cosmic expansion and from ignorance to competence. Ramayana is the spiritual science of religious progress and progress towards self-realization.

Dasharatha: Dasharatha means an individual who's capable of riding ten chariots represented by ten senses. A person who can command his ten senses by his intelligence is named Dasharatha. Dasaratha is the human being engaged in a life of self-control, discipline, and piety.

The three queens of Dasaratha:The three queens of Dasaratha, Kaushalya, Sumitra, and Kaikeyi signify the three predominant spinal channels of life power energy Sushumna, Ida, and Pingala.

Ram:Ram is the soul or self-representing the unmanifest and immaterial essence of an individual, reflecting the final word reality, purity, and peace.

The soul being eternal in nature is indestructible and immeasurable, can't be minimize, burnt, welted or otherwise removed and is all by itself, all-pervading, stable, immovable and ancient.

Soul or self which is wholly immaterial has to take form, which comes out of matter.

Sita: is the primordial kundalini awakening power or Shakti, the shape side of manifested world often known as matter, nature or Prakriti.

Lakshmana:means focused or one- pointed devotion to 1's chosen ideal. Through one-pointed loyalty the seeker gradually attains God.

Hanuman: stands for mind and intellect. Hanuman the son of wind represents the prana energy operating on the trail of Sushumna. If this prana energy is correctly harnessed, it clears the trail of kundalini [Sita] with a purpose to unite with her husband soul [Ram]. Hanuman is the power of breath, concentration, energy, power and devotion to a person. Prana is the primordial energy that vibrates because the life drive in each residing being.

Ravana: Ravana the devil king stands for delight, ego and ignorance. The unfavourable qualities always limit the personality of an individual for contemplating its greatness. Ravana was the king of Lanka [Mooladhar chakra] represented by very primitive animalistic, unconscious urges and instincts.

Ayodhya/Aranya/Kiskindha/Rameshwaram/Ocean /Lanka geographical representation of non secular states: Ayodhya represents Ajna chakra a state of battle less and a seat of consciousness. Aranya signifies a thoughts full of confused and sophisticated thoughts; Kiskindha is represented by Visudhi chakra [throat chakra] which can be the centre of nectar and poison. The poison within the type of Vali is discarded and nectar within the form of Sugriva is preserved. Rameshwaram is the Manipur Chakra [solar plexus] where Rama carried out the Shakti Pooja to achieve nice siddhis to defeat the Ravana. Ocean represents Swadisthana chakra and Lanka represents the unconscious way of thinking lying in dormant state represented by Mooladhar chakra.

Blueprint of Ramayana:

Once there was a robust and noble king Dasharatha. Kaushalya, Sumitra, and Kaikeyi have been his three wives. Ram, Bharata, Lakshmana and Satrughana had been 4 princes. The noble four princes have been trained in Vedic learning and science of warfare by nice gurus Vasishtha and Vishwamitra.

In a while, the four princes married the 4 daughters of Raja Janaka. Ram as being the eldest and most capable son, Dasaratha needs to crown him as a king but the step mom Kaikeyi crown her son Bharat as the king and send Ram to exile for 14 years.

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