Analogy of Kundalini and Ramayana

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Ramayana: Ram [soul] and ayan [journey] means journey of 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 spiritual growth and progress towards self realization.

Dasharatha: Dasharatha means a person who is capable of riding ten chariots represented by ten senses. A person who can control his ten senses by his intelligence is known as Dasharatha. Dasratha is the human being engaged in life of self control, discipline and piety.

The three queens of Dasratha: The three queens of Dasratha, Kaushalya, Sumitra and Kaikeyi represent the three main spinal channels of life force energy Sushumna, Ida and pingla.

Ram: Ram represents soul or self which is represents unmanifest, immaterial essence of an individual, reflecting the ultimate reality the purity and peace. The soul being eternal is indestructible and immeasurable, cannot be cut, 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 came out of matter.

Sita: is the primordial kundalini power or Shakti the form side of manifested world known as matter, nature or prakriti.

Lakshmana:means focused or one- pointed devotion to one’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 path of Sushumna. If it is properly harnessed, clears the path of kundalini [Sita] to unite with her husband soul [Ram]. Hanuman is power of breath, concentration, power, strength and devotion of the person. Prana is the primordial energy that vibrates as the life force in every living being.

Ravana: Ravana the devil king stands for pride ego and ignorance which always limits the personality for contemplating its greatness. Ravana was the king of Lanka [Mooladhar chakra] representing very primitive animalistic, unconscious urges and instincts.

Ayodhya/Aranya/Kiskindha/Rameshwaram/Ocean /Lanka geographical representation of spiritual states: Ayodhya represents Ajna chakra a state of conflict less and seat of consciousness. Aranya indicated a mind full of confused and complex thoughts; Kiskindha is represented by Visudhi chakra [throat chakra] which is also the centre of nectar and poison. The poison in the form of Vali is discarded and nectar in the form of Sugriva is preserved. Rameshwaram is the Manipur Chakra [solar plexus] where Rama performed Shakti Pooja to attain great siddhis to defeat the Ravana. Ocean represents Swadisthana chakra and Lanka represents the unconscious state of mind in dormant state represented by Mooladhar chakra.


Blueprint of Ramayana:
Once there was a strong and noble kind Dasharatha. Kaushalya, Sumitra and Kaikeyi were his three wives. Ram, Bharata, Lakshmana and Satrughana were four princes. The noble four princes were trained in Vedic learning and science of warfare by great gurus Vasishtha and Vishwamitra.

Later on the four princes married the four daughter of Raja Janaka. Ram as being the eldest and most capable son, Dasratha wants to crown him as a king but the step mother Kaikeyi crown her son Bharat as the king and send Ram to exile for 14 years.

Sita and Lakshmana go with Ram for exile in the forest. Dasratha dies in agony, pain and despair. Evil king Ravana full of all negative characteristics abducts Sita and takes her to Lanka. Sita spiritual powers kept Ravana away from her.

Rama and Lakshmana meet Hanuman when they were desperately searching the Sita. The three gather an army of monkeys and attack the Lanka. After killing the Ravana in a long battle the Rama again unit with his eternal consort Sita and returns back to Ayodhya with brother Lakshmana and devotee Hanuman.

Blueprint of kundalini energy:
When a child is conceived in a mother’s womb, Shakti first forms the Sahastrara chakra [crown chakra] in the head this is the seat of pure consciousness.

Kundalini next form Ajna chakra [third eye chakra] between eyebrows where one can control any adverse circumstance and become fully illuminated.

Afterward the kundalini forms Visudhi chakra a state of where complete mental purification is achieved and the attainment of different mystical siddhis is possible.

Then kundalini forms Anahata chakra [heart chakra].

Descending further the kundalini forms Manipuri chakra [solar plexus] which controls the life and death. The creation of heat and astral body experiences are related to this chakra.

Then kundalini forms Swadisthana chakra [naval chakra] which is water element.Awakening of this chakra can cause great increase in physical desire so it is dangerous and should be crossed in quick manner.

Lastly the kundalini form the Mooladhar chakra which is the seat of unconscious mind and then kundalini goes dormant and rest there.

After the birth the individual focus of consciousness separate from supreme consciousness and under the spell of senses and ego it becomes dormant and inactive.

Kundalini unfolds with regular practice then the conditioned soul becomes absolute and self realized.

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