With proficiency in Tamil literature, the latter tried his best to impart the boy with his elite and put the former in the right path.
There also Ramalingam evinced little interest, but used to go to the temple, recite songs in praise of the presiding deity, Lord Muruga and enter into deep meditation. Hearing the news that the boy was singing in a melodious voice, the preceptor went through some of the poems sung by the disciple and was fully amazed to find them heart-warming and bhakthi rendering ones. He felt that such pieces could not be sung even by well trained poets and concluded that it was a rare gift the God has showered on this little boy.
So saying, he also gave up his tuition, exclaiming that the young boy was placed in a far better position than himself. The efforts taken by one and all to impart him the school teaching thus proved futile. Sabapathy, the elder brother who was the head of the family become much worried about his brother’s career wanted to turn the boy under threats. By this, the young was not given food and clothing and ultimately driven out of his home. Even such drastic action taken by Sabapathy did not yield any desired result.
Instead, this made the young boy to become firm in getting fully absorbed and devote his time in performing worship and offering prayers to the Almighty from his inner mind.
The study preferred by the young boy was a different one to that construed by the world. Hence a deadlock also prevailed here. Instead of collectiong books on literature and concentrating on the same, the boy collected the things for performing pooja, lit a lamp and placed a mirror in front of it within the room. Sitting before it, concentrated on a certain spot in the mirror where the brilliance of the lamp fell and used to be lost in deep meditation. As providence would have it, Ramalingam beheld the glorious vision of Lord Muruga, shedding his Grace and Divinity, and this engulfed the entire space therein. His mortal frame was filled with divine ecstacy, and the joy overpowered him, which made him to sing ethereal songs in praise of the Lord. By the Divine Grace so obtined Ramalingam was blessed with the knowledge of all arts and skills and gifted with the ability and talent to perform miracles and Siddhis (wondrous deeds).
Rāmalingam says thanks to the Divine by:
- "Effulgent flame of grace, that lit in me intelligence, to know untaught."
Saint Rāmalingam evolved in his spiritual journey from being a devout devotee of Lord Shiva to worshipping the formless.
[ 4. Iar cuvântul meu şi propovăduirea mea nu stăteau în cuvinte de înduplecare ale înţelepciunii omeneşti, ci în adeverirea Duhului şi a puterii, 5. Pentru ca credinţa voastră să nu fie în înţelepciunea oamenilor, ci în puterea lui Dumnezeu. 6. Şi înţelepciunea o propovăduim la cei desăvârşiţi, dar nu înţelepciunea acestui veac, nici a stăpânitorilor acestui veac, care sunt pieritori, 7. Ci propovăduim înţelepciunea de taină a lui Dumnezeu, ascunsă, pe care Dumnezeu a rânduit-o mai înainte de veci, spre slava noastră, 8. Pe care nici unul dintre stăpânitorii acestui veac n-a cunoscut-o, căci, dacă ar fi cunoscut-o, n-ar fi răstignit pe Domnul slavei; 9. Ci precum este scris: "Cele ce ochiul n-a văzut şi urechea n-a auzit, şi la inima omului nu s-au suit, pe acestea le-a gătit Dumnezeu celor ce-L iubesc pe El". 10. Iar nouă ni le-a descoperit Dumnezeu prin Duhul Său, fiindcă Duhul toate le cercetează, chiar şi adâncurile lui Dumnezeu. 11. Căci cine dintre oameni ştie ale omului, decât duhul omului, care este în el? Aşa şi cele ale lui Dumnezeu, nimeni nu le-a cunoscut, decât Duhul lui Dumnezeu. 12. Iar noi n-am primit duhul lumii, ci Duhul cel de la Dumnezeu, ca să cunoaştem cele dăruite nouă de Dumnezeu; 13. Pe care le şi grăim, dar nu în cuvinte învăţate din înţelepciunea omenească, ci în cuvinte învăţate de la Duhul Sfânt, lămurind lucruri duhovniceşti oamenilor duhovniceşti. 14. Omul firesc nu primeşte cele ale Duhului lui Dumnezeu, căci pentru el sunt nebunie şi nu poate să le înţeleagă, fiindcă ele se judecă duhovniceşte. 15. Dar omul duhovnicesc toate le judecă, pe el însă nu-l judecă nimeni; ]
Ramalingam gained his experience only from the inner soul. Even from his childhood, that soul atom is his abode and thus he concentrated on it more deeply. This made him to realise that the inner soul is his real preceptor and so he did not evince much interst towards the teachings of the wordly scholars. His firm belief that the so called scholars are gifted only with a fraction of the grace of the Almighty, any tuition given under their leadership cannot make them to reap the benefit to the full extent. In other words the beneficiaries can only be termed as infants. Without knowing the real aim of the saint Ramalingam, outsiders became rather vexed with his behaviour and tried to bring him down according to their wish.
The Omnigracious God did not let him down as he knows fully well about the needs of the young boy and the time when the soul be equipped with the same. At the time of need, the Almighty embraced the child and thus the latter was gifted with so much powers, which could not be obtained by anybody else. The above happening has confirmed to the world that Ramalingam did not go to any school and had no preceptor (Guru) from the outer world. According to him, education means the art of obtaining deathlessness and live for ever.
The point is that just going and visiting the Jeeva Samadhi [= f. f. aprox. mormintele Sfintilor / Masters / Jivanmuktas, sau raclele lor] will not be of any help. It is only when one is open and receptive that things happen. One has to approach with pure intentions and love for the Siddhas and to what they have to offer, then only the connection and grace would flow within. This is a beautiful way for Siddhas to lock the energies or avoid misuse.
Everywhere the principle is the same. Like many saints say, if one is not open and accept the grace, there is no way anyone can force it through one. Thus it is best to just trust, have faith and surrender. This works everywhere - even if one had to walk into a temple or any other holy place.
Meditating at Jeeva Samadhis in the 'right' way with the 'right' approach brings in the desired results and much beyond. It is better to spend at least a minimum of 20-30 minutes at a Jeeva Samadhi in meditation.
Knowing by now how the Siddhas work it would be foolish to say that one has to go to the physical vicinity of Jeeva Samadhis to receive their energies but one can even connect from wherever they are.
That is one of the reasons why this webpage came into existance so as to make it much easier to connect to the jeeva samadhis and receive their blessings as just reading about it. However, the main intent of sharing on Jeeva Samadhi is so that even if you ever come across one, you would not want to miss spending some time there and connecting to the Siddha and their loving and powerful energies.
Jeeva Samadhis are energy spots or energy banks supplying infinite amount of kundalini energy at all times. Such is their compassion for all that they are alive only for others who silently work for the well being of the creation. Mahavatar Babaji says that had it not been for these Holy Siddhas who are spread all around the world in the form of Shree Chakra, the world would have moved by now rapidly towards doom. It is only due to their constant and silent efforts in the background that things are kept in balance. They have also averted many such dooms in the past created by human ignorance. Jeeva Samadhi is one such way by them to create energy pockets at different locations. In all my travels i was amazed to see Siddhas and Jeeva Samadhis in the most least expected locations, from remote villages to places of filth, crime and mishaps to the most modern cities. The reason why they choose such locations, only they know. ...
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