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Ramalingam (Saint Vallalar) was five years old then. The elder brother, taking the opportunity of being a teacher, started to teach his young the elementry principle underlying the Tamil literature. Finding the boy not evincing any interest in the initial stage, Sabapathy thought that he would fulfil his desire in course of time. Even thenm the boy did not take any interest; instead he used to go to Knadakottam, a temple located in George Town, Chennai and umased to absorb himself with divine prayers. Thinking that the boy was not amenable in the presence of his brother, the latter thought that the young boy could improve under the guidance of a third person and thus entrusted the responsibility of teaching him to his own preceptor, under whom he took his studies.

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."[8]

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.
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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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A jivan mukti is a fully Self-realized person who is fully liberated while still embodied [din timpul vietii]. Jivan-mukti is also known as sahaja samadhi.

 

Exista cam asa dupa “moartea” lui [nu sunt mai mari cei care intra in rainbow-body fata de cei care intra in jiva-samadhi ori fata de cei care intra in mahasamdhi – sunt la fel, topiti total, complet si definitiv in Divin, doar corpul fizic e tratat diferit]:

 

After a divine person takes (permanent) samadhi there are various ways of preserving or disposing the physical body. It may be:

Earth burial, which is called Bhoo Samadhi / Water burial - Jal Samadhi / Fire cremation - Agni Samadhi or Agni Dah. In the ancient times there were 3 more methods used - The body being consumed by birds or wild beasts (followed by Parsis) / Being preserved in the caves / Mummifying (As in the Egyptian pyramids)

 

-What is Maha samadhi?

A jivan mukti who's body dies. A jivan mukti is a fully Self-realized person who is fully liberated while still embodied [din timpul vietii]. Jivan-mukti is also known as sahaja samadhi.

 

Sahaja samadhi: The effortless ecstasy. This is the state of the Jnani who has finally and irrevocably eliminated his ego. A Jnani in this state is able to function naturally in the world, just as any ordinary person does. Knowing that he is the Self, the Jnani sees no difference between himself and others or the world. For a Jnani, everything is a manifestation of the indivisible Self.

Maha Samadhi : maestrul moare in stare de Samadhi, sufletul lui se uneste/era deja unit cu Dzeu, corpul fizic ramane eventual (nu neaparat la toti) ca moaste (incarcat cu energie, nu putrezeste) un timp nedefinit.

Mahasamādhi (the great and final samādhi) is the act of consciously and intentionally leaving one's body. A realized yogi (male) or yogini (female) who has attained the state of nirvikalpa samadhi, will, at an appropriate time, consciously exit from their body. This is known as mahasamadhi. This is not the same as the physical death that occurs for an unenlightened person.

Enlightened yogis take their mahasamadhi during their final practice of samadhi: and they expire during this final sadhana practice. Therefore, mahasamadhi occurs only once in a lifetime, when the yogi finally casts off their mortal frame and their karma is extinguished upon death.

An enlightened or realized yogi is one who has attained the nondual state of nirvikalpa samadhi where duality of subject and object are resolved and the yogi becomes permanently established in the unity of full enlightenment (Videha mukti).

Each realized yogi enters and prepares for mahasamadhi in a unique fashion.

In Maha samadhi the body will decay over time and the energy will leave the body upon death.

 

-Jeeva or Sajeeva / Jiva / Samadhi also known in Tibetten as the state of Tukdam means "becoming one" with the universal consciousness or merging with the Divine.

It is a very advanced samadhi state closely related to the nirvikalpa samadhi state but then permanent. Intra de vii in Jiva Samadhi. Par tot moaste, dar de fapt nu sunt morti (nici vii ca un om obisnuit), ci vii in altfel. (cum erau masters Zen / budisti care se “auto-mumificau” sau sfintii zavorati)

In Jeeva samadhi you cannot say the body dies nor can you say it is still alive, however the energy will remain in and around the body as if it were still alive and the body will not decay over time either (or extremely slowly as in some cases). This is a state where Siddhas enters into the samadhi state at their own will after completion of their mission on earth and their mind completely dissolved into the Divine, They stop the functioning of the body and mind. [v. Sri Madhavendra Tirtha (jeeva samadhi din Walkeswar Mumbai)]

 

Stopping the body functions, the Siddha ensures by his spiritual achievement that the life does not go out of the body. This body will never or extremely slowly decay for thousands of years because the magnetic force in the body now acts as the life force (prana) in this body. In this state of suspended animation the breathing and blood circulation completely stops but the pranic forces keep the body cells nourished and alive. Then as invisible forces, They continue guiding mankind towards spiritual upliftment. There is a possibility that the Siddha can dematerialize his body from the tomb and materialize it elsewhere in some different location and carry out the mission for another span of years! For example Sadasiva Brahmendra has 3 Jeeva samadhi's at different locations all quite powerful and some say he is still around. In Jeeva Samadhi, the physical body of the Siddha remains intact and alive for thousands of years. When a spiritual aspirant goes in the vicinity of the Jeeva Samadhi, he receives blessings and guidance from the Siddha emitting his divine energies. This is one of the ways of communicating with Siddhas. Now, the Jeeva Samadhi is nothing but one big kundalini energy field and in the vicinity of the high energy fields, the seeker's kundalini also rises. Actually it is a very old custom in India that when one starts his spiritual journey within, he/she visits all saints and samadhis of saints and also the holy temples.

To get the kundalini flowing correctly without problems and without meditating for decates trying to ignite it, this is the best way. There is a saying that if one even gets a glance of saints his sins would get burnt by the kundalini and thus he would be purified.

In south India you find much more complex Jeeva samadhi structures for channeling the energies and some are complete temples that basically represent the jeeva samadhi himself in the structure. This way the temple is used as a reminder that our inner spiritual journey is through internal yoga to realize the indweller God.

Some Siddhas have different instructions specific for the kind of rituals to be done on the samadhi like using certain mantras there, poojas, offering dhoop (thick smoke), feeding the poor in those locations, worship during certain days and time, etc.

 

Who gets benefited?

The point is that just going and visiting the Jeeva Samadhi 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. [la fel e la orice moaste de sfant]

 

-What is a rainbow body?

A fully enlightened person (a jivan mukti) who also liberates the body into light [dupa moarte sau se poate dizova in Lumina si inca din timpul vietii, ca Vallalar s.a.].

The most common level is the normal Rainbow body that occurs only after body death. Every 5 years or so a Buddhist from Tibet enters into this state. There are no physical signs indicating the start of the process before death and once physical death occurs it takes on average 7 days for the body to shrink and dissolve into light and most of the time a small child size body remains behind and in more advanced yogi's only hair and nails. The process of dissolving into light is actually visible around the master in this process.

 

The more advanced level is also called the Rainbow body, but for due purposes lets call it the Rainbow body of light as in this level all the signs are showing up while the yogi is still alive. The process of dissolving into light might go really fast but in most cases it takes month to years to complete, all while remaining fully functional. It is also possible that the yogi who is in the middle of this process slows it down or is unable to continue the process and dies before the completion of the Rainbow body. This has been the case with most of the famous siddhars. If the process is continued the body will start to shrink and shine real light over time until it reaches the size of a baby and then as a flash of bright rainbow light will disappear into emptiness forever.

 

The most advanced and extremely rare level is the attainment of the Rainbow body of great transference. In this level the yogi not only dissolves the body completely into light but remains functional and visible as light.

 

For clarification, these 3 states have nothing to do with Spontaneous Human Combustion SHC and some have made the mistake of believing some saints to have attained the Rainbow body state while in fact it was a SHC case [due to awakened kundalini fire], such as Sambandar, Appar and Sundarar.

 

The ultimate Great accomplishment in meditation is the attainment of the Rainbow body. This is widely recognized as a sign of extreme sanctity in Tibetan Buddhism and among the Bönpo. Reports of this level of transmutation are rare, but still they occur and have been chronicled far into antiquity. The rainbow body however is not limited to Buddhism only as you will see in the pictures below but to understand the process we will turn to the well documented and delineated practice of Dzogchen in Tibet and reflect this practice to the stories of Vallalar from south India who went through the same process.

When Padmasambhava [Guru Rinpoche] left at the end of his time in physical form he dissolved his body completely back to their natural elements leaving nothing behind.

At the heart of the Nyingma tradition is the practice of Dzogchen otherwise called Ati Yoga or the Great Perfection.

According to Tibetan Buddhism and Bön, Dzogchen is the natural, primordial state or natural condition of a human being and the practice of Dzogchen is a body of teachings and meditations aimed at realizing that condition. According to Dzogchen literature, Dzogchen is the highest and most definitive path to enlightenment.

From the perspective of Dzogchen, the ultimate nature of all sentient beings is said to be pure, all-encompassing, primordial clarity or naturally occurring timeless clarity. This intrinsic clarity has no form of its own and yet is capable of perceiving, experiencing, reflecting, or expressing all form. It does so without being affected by those forms in any ultimate, permanent way. The analogy given by Dzogchen masters is that one's nature is like a mirror which reflects with complete openness but is not affected by the reflections, or like a crystal ball that takes on the color of the material on which it is placed without itself being changed. The knowledge that ensues from recognizing this mirror-like clarity (which cannot be found by searching nor identified) is what Dzogchenpas refer to as rigpa. The most direct way to realizing this state are the practices of Trekchö - an advanced practice in Dzogchen.

 

Trekchö practice is a releasing or a cutting through of all one’s tensions and rigidities, all obscurations must be purified. This accomplished through mastering the art of contemplation and visualization. It is mastering meditation in the state of Union. It is a prerequisite for practicing the Tögal practice. For a novice understanding it is a practice of witnessing ones karma and forgiving and dissolving it to the point it holds no power of cause. The physical body can be calmed to a death like state of samadhi. One then is able to consciously contemplate while in a deep state of union.

"Trekchö is the thorough cut of cutting through, cutting the obscurations completely to pieces, like slashing through them with a knife. So the past thought has ceased, the future thought hasn't yet arisen, and the knife is cutting through this stream of present thought. But one doesn't keep hold of this knife either; one lets the knife go, so there is a gap. When you cut through again and again in this way, the string of thought falls to pieces. If you cut a rosary in a few places, at some point it doesn't work any longer."

 

When the state of full Self-realization has been accomplished, the yogi or yogini is ready for the next and last Dzogchen practice, the practice of Tögal. This final practice enables the master yogi or yogini to dissolve his or her physical body into the essence of the elements at the time of death. The master disappears into a body of light becoming the wisdom body, the term is called ‘Ja’-lus or Rainbow body in Tibetan. This level of attainment is also the central aim of Indian Buddhist tantricism known as Vajrayana that the Taoists call the golden body. Another term frequently used is Soruba Samadhi or Gnana Deham as Vallalar used to called it. It is a golden body, a state of God-realization in which Divinity descends and transforms the spiritual, intellectual, mental, vital and physical bodies. It is considered physical immortality or the highest perfection.

 

The practice Tögal occurs in a deep state of contemplation union and is a practice of becoming the essence of all that is. In essence this practice shifts identity to the Cosmic-Awareness. In duality there is always an observer versus the rest. Even in deep meditation there always seems to be an observer left who can realize or recognise things. However if the Trekchö practice has done its job in cleaning and clearing all the blockages, karma and thoughts, the meditation might enter into a state called nirvikalpa samadhi - but in that state all is emptiness and the body is non functional. In Tögal there is a way around this by going into the non-breathing state but remaining fully functional and by doing this you automatically dive into the source of the observer and root it out completely. What remains is the essence of all that is without an observer. Vallalar called this practice Gathi and that was the starting point of the formation of the Rainbow body.

 

Basically to reach the highest state possible in meditation, the so called jalus powa chenpo or rainbow body of great transference, all 3 granthis  used as the 3 bandhas in yoga have to be cleared of stress completely. How do you know when this is done completely:

  1. Brahma Granthi completely stress free - Sexual energy and the universe are one and the same. No more blockages found with tantra.
  2. Vishnu Granthi completely stress free - no more breathing needed and as an immediate effect also no food consumption needed anymore.
  3. Rudra Granthi completely stress free - no more thoughts or dreams. Absolute ego death.

 

Often masters that attain the Rainbow body will return one last time out of compassion for their beloved disciples and give what are known as posthumous teachings, delivered in the form of a last testament. Often the master is in the transfigured state on occasion suspended in the sky. [reprezentati ca o forma-nonforma de Lumina, eventual semanand cu trasaturile maestrului pe cand traia, inconjurata de un curcubeu]

 

De ex: At age of 84, Lama Achuk entered into paranirvana and achieved the rainbow body, a great inspiration to disciples to persevere in their practice of the Great Perfection teachings. 29 August 2011, the cremation ceremony of Lama Achuk commenced. The body of Lama Achuk shrunk from a height of 1.8 meters shrunk to about 3 cm tall, a sign of achieving the rainbow body. [altii la 20-50 cm]

 

Rainbow body of light

(otherwise referred to as Soruba samadhi or in more detail Pranava Deham, Suddha Deham and finally Gnana Deham)

According to the description done by Vallalar, in those who have reached the state of Pranava and Suddha Deham, the beginning stages of the rainbow body while still alive, body changes start occurring starting off with a the inner and outer skin becoming extraordinarily smooth; nerves and muscles relax gradually; bones, membranes and cartilages become automatically flexible; blood and semen changes from a liquid to a thickened state; the brain and all its parts became spongy expanded like a flower; through the entire body leaks the Amrit - "Nectar of the Goddess" - the drink flowing from the crown chakra down into the body and tastes sweet like burned sugar when it passes through the throat chakra and grants immortality when it flows nonstop. The face become brilliant, delicate and harmonious, making evident the internal state of supreme happiness.

When this state deepens the senses can perceive all without being limited by any barrier or obstacle; the eyes can have a view of whole Universe, by that reason they aren't interested in observing the things of the world; they are able to see the content of all the worlds and beings (as much external as internally), without this vision may be hindered by dense barriers like walls or high like mountains; their tongue taste all the flavours, their skin experiences all tactile sensations, their nose sniffs all the smells, their ears are filled of melodies being able to listen any sound produced in any place. With their arms and hands they can take one thing independently of the distance, or give it to other there where he may be; they can reach any destiny without need that their legs do some physical movement, moving without step the ground; with their voice can communicate with anybody in any place of the universe and still beyond. They will be free from the need to consume food, from satisfy the sexual impulse and from feel fear; the body exempt from defects and impurities is refreshed, does not excrete, does not perspire and does not project shadow on the ground; their external appearance corresponds approximately to twelve years old; their hair doesn't become grey, their skin doesn't become wrinkle, they do not age and do not be under the control of death. Their breast and heart swell up palpitating of Love; the four aspects of the mind are illuminated and in total harmony; all the visible parts of the body radiate ecstacy; the ego has disappeared. God, in the form of Supreme Love, fills those Pure bodies with Divine Life.

 

Not being subjected to any limitation, those who have achieved the Pranava and Suddha Deham states are able to create and destroy according to their own will, to resurrect a dead person and return an elder to the youth. Their knowledge is God's Knowledge, their action is God's Action, their experiences come from God himself, being manifested the Divine Grace through them. Even the most insignificant inanimate thing will be called to enter into a conscious life only by the Grace of their Look and by their mere Presence; the Greatness and the Glory of their Divine State necessarily will cover what is said by the six traditional spiritual disciplines (Vedanta, Siddhanta, Kalanta, Bodhanta, Nadanta -Tantra- and Yoganta), but will transcend and surpass all of them, being this Divine State what will carry them to achieve the Total and Perfect Bliss.

 

In one of his poems Vallalar assures having experienced Pranava Deham transformation and evolved even more. By doing it, the Supreme Grace was manifested as total Bliss. Ramalinga explains how he realized the experience of the highest and ultimate transformation: the transmutation in the Divinity, which he described as the fusion with the Supreme God's Body. This Body of Bliss, or Gnana Deham, is omnipresent but imperceptible for the senses.

 

The following 8 pictures are from individuals who were approaching the rainbow body of light state (all individuals below reached the state of non breathing - while remaining alive), however not completing the process such as what Vallalar did, but entered Jeeva or Maha samadhi.

 

Just like the 4 examples above, the 18 siddhars of Tamil nadu and the 84 tantric mahasiddhars of the himalaya underwent a similar process towards the rainbow body but most of them have not completed the process.

 

So it is written that Sivavakkiyar disappeared into thin air with his body. It is also written that Siddhar Agasthiar, Bhogar and Kalanginathar had their bodies become completely indestructable by means of kayakalpa.

https://soonyata.home.xs4all.nl/sorubasamadhi.htm

 

The life story of Sukhasiddhi is very wonderful. When she was about sixty years old, or maybe sixty-five, she experienced a great deal of suffering.

Due to that, she engaged in the practice of vajrayana and attained a state where she appeared like a sixteen-year-old girl. Her story is that she and her

family were very poor and they got to the point where they only had one container of rice left. So, her husband and son went out to look for food.

They went all over, searching, begging for food. Though they went through a great deal of difficulties, they were unable to find any food. Thinking that

they had one container of rice left, they went back home to eat it. However, while they were gone, Sukhasiddhi, out of great compassion, had given the

food to a beggar. When her husband and son came back, they were very hungry and expecting to eat the last container of rice, but they found that

there was no rice left, that she had given it away to a beggar. They were very upset and very angry with her, saying that though they were all experiencing

a great deal of suffering, a great deal of problems, she had given their last food away. They were so upset with her that they threw her out of the house.

Then she became very upset and cried about her husband and son throwing her out of her home. Leaving her town, she gave rise to a very strong

renunciation for samsara, and based upon this very strong renunciation and good fortune, she was able to meet with a siddha from whom she received

oral instructions. She meditated upon them and realized mahamudra, the supreme siddhi. Her mind was liberated within this state of luminosity, and

her body became an empty form like a rainbow. She looked like a sixteen- year-old girl. She unified luminosity and the illusory body. It is said that even

at this time she resides in India and can be found in various places there.

 

Absolute Truth is not an object of analytical discourse or great discriminating wisdom,

It is realized through the blessing grace of the Guru and fortunate Karmic potential.

Like this, mistaken ideas of discriminating wisdom are clarified."

- (Kyabje Bokar Rinpoche, from his summary of "The Ocean of Definitive Meaning")

http://www.chinabuddhismencyclopedia.com/en/index.php/Sukhasiddhi#/...

 

https://dharmawheel.net/viewtopic.php?t=10358

 

Rainbow body of great transference / ja lü phowa chenpo:

This state is similar to the rainbow body of light state, however the process of shrinking goes much faster and in most cases almost instantaneous and the light body remains visible for those who are in need for their help. Now keep in mind that the light body that remains is not a person or individual as we know it. It is divine itself in the form of light. It has no [egotistic / individual / personal] will nor desire and only remains for those who are attuned to it.

 

https://soonyata.home.xs4all.nl/vallalar.htm

 

 

Rāmalingam's mental and spiritual growth progressed rapidly. Rāmalingam says thanks to the Divine by:

    "Effulgent flame of grace, that lit in me intelligence, to know untaught."[8]

Rāmalingam evolved in his spiritual journey from being a devout devotee of Lord Shiva to worshipping the formless.

He was not interested in money, and it is said that in later life he reduced or ignored eating and sleeping. But he seemed fit in body, which was possibly due to his supposed physical transformation.

He declared that death is not natural that our life's first priority should be to fight death. He declared religion in itself a darkness. He laid a very great emphasis on being vegetarian. He said God is "Arul Perum Jothi" who is personification of Grace or mercy and knowledge. He said the path of compassion and mercy are the only path to God.

 

Perhaps one of the most notable factors of this sage is the claim that he supposedly attained a divinization of the physical body. He attained a total of 3 transformations (i.e. transformations into Pure Body, Pranava (Sound) Body, and Gnostic Body). His first transformation was the transformation of his normal human body into the Perfect Body. The supposed attributes of this body are total invulnerability to everything thus rendering him effectively immortal and impervious to any kind of damage as well as having the attributes of being omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient, this body is apparently made of Divine Light.

 

Beyond this state there was a subsequent transformation by which the Perfect Body transformed further into the Grace Body possessing the following attributes: This body has automatically a young appearance like that of a child, can be seen but can't be touched, and has complete and absolute dominion over all the Siddhis.

 

Even beyond the State of the Grace Body supposedly there was a third and final transformation in which the Grace Body was transformed into the Bliss Body. This body is the body of the Supreme Godhead and is automatically omnipresent but can't be perceived by anyone.

 

By achieving this Rāmalingam demonstrated that the ultimate states of spirituality can in fact be attained in this world with the physical body and death is not a necessity to experience the ultimate spiritual experience.

 

On October 22, 1873, Rāmalingam raised the flag of Brotherhood on his one-room residence Siddhi Valāgam in Mettukuppam.[19] He gave his final and most popular lecture, about spiritual progress and, "nature of the powers that lie beyond us and move us," and recommended meditation using the lighted lamp from his room, which he then kept outside.

On January 30, 1874, Rāmalingam entered the room, locked himself inside and told his followers not to open it. After opening, he said, he will not be found there. (He will be "United with Nature & ruling the actions of 'all of the alls'," as told in his poem called 'Gnana Sariyai'). His seclusion spurred many rumors, and the Government finally forced the doors open in May. The room was empty, with no clues. In 1906, records about his disappearance[20] were published in the South Arcot District's 'The Madras District Gazetteer'.

 

http://www.vallalar.org/English

 

It is said that in the last days, the saint never used to take any food either in any solid or liquid form. Even in the absence of these, he was founded to be ever busy as in the early years. A Photographer tried his best to have his photo, but never succeeded in his attempt. The above instances clearly prove that though he was seen in the physical body, yet it had undergone changes, which cannot be perceived by materialists.

The body has been classified into three:

 

1) Gross,

2) Subtle and

3) Causal.

 

The last one is the basis for the other two, and in the case of the saint as one Trinity. In the words of the saint, it is termed as "Three Dega Siddhi". By Three Dega Siddhi, the physical body itself can be transmuted in the form of pure wisdom, and from that altar, he can perform the duties of the Lord and administer all the five acts viz., creation, preservation, destruction, veil and bliss. Having attained immortality, and in recognition of the same, in several of his poems, he exclaims as under,

 

"I am the eldest son of the Lord"

 

"I have been provided with the sceptre of Grace and thereby rule the universe for ever"

 

"My Lord, today you have shown yourself to be with me and myself to be within you and thus removed my suffering and done me good"

 

"O my king, my Lord, my mother, my father, all in one, you removed all the inner veils, thereby bringing me to the perception of things unknown to me so far, and have given me the great experience in the 'great intellectual space of Grace' which has caused me bliss. I take refuge with Thee" etc.

 

In another stanza, he states that he takes refuge in the Lord who fulfilled all his wishes by granting him the "all performing power" through the experience of His Grace.

 

So saying, he took out the lamp which was kept in his room, placed it outside and and dirrected his followers to consider it as the God of real worship following the path of love and kindness towards all living beings, and thereby attain the siddhi he got.

 

He thus locked himself inside the room he used to occupy and expressed his desire that none should venture to open it. He also added that if the Govt. authorities persist to open it, let them be convinced of his desire of not opening it and it it is opened, the room will be found vacant, since from that moment itself, he will enter the soul of everyone and lead them to the right path of Grace. These utterances proved to be final.

 

The above incident occurred at midnight on the 30th day of Januar, 1874, and the directions of the saint are being carried out in right earnest by his followers till now.

 

http://www.vallalar.org/English/VORG000000015B

 

"We all come from the same Light source (Arut Perum Jothi, also called clear light). During the process of creation through the elements the physical body is formed. It is possible for us to reverse the process and make this physical body pure light, here and now, in this plane. We come from the source so we can be the source.

When we express Love, Compassion, and Bliss we are all connected. We are One because those qualities are the qualities of all souls and also the qualities of the Absolute Eternal Grace Light.

There is only one God which is the Absolute Eternal Light, no other form should be worshipped.

There are no castes, no differences of sex...we are all equal.

One should treat all life as he would treat his own life.

One should not believe in scripture but gain his own understanding and knowledge.

All religions, philosophies, and organizations are false, they are only hiding the truth.

One should ask, “Do I accept death and aging?” If you do not accept this, then do something about it and follow my example."

 

Vallalar is one of the greatest examples in history of what is possible in the field of meditation and kundalini evolution. It is well documented and not ancient knowledge as is the case with Jains and Buddhism where fact and fiction become blurry. However only a few were ready to receive this gift if any at all. In Vallalar's words: "Not even my closest devotees have understood what I am talking about". But history repeats itself as this has been the case with almost all the great spiritual masters in history - for example Jesus and Mahavatar Babaji. If the message and teachings were really understood then there would be many more saints and masters reaching those high states of meditaion.

 

“Now the story goes that in his last days he locked himself up in a room with the instruction never to open up the door. However after the police did open the door eventually, there was nobody there. One could argue that he simply dematerialized and rematerialised somewhere else in solitude or even more sinister that he simply walked away while the people around him were asleep. Why do I not belief this is the case is because of the incredible energy around the room where he attained the state of Gnana deham. The vibration and power is unlike anything I have ever experienced and keep in mind I have been visiting many jeeva samadhi's and saints over the past years to compare.”

 

So instead of looking into history for his teachings it would be more beneficial to look at how he did it himself and what methods he used. As you will find out below it was not mere compassion and vegetarianism that did the trick.

https://soonyata.home.xs4all.nl/vallalar.htm

 

Conex v. si viata Sf Varsanufie din Gaza din 29 februarie.

http://paginiortodoxe.tripod.com/vsfeb/02-29-cv_varsanufie_si_ioan....

 

Duhul pe care Sfîntul Varsanufie îl comunica ucenicilor este acea lege a libertăţii care se dobîndeşte prin lepădarea de toată grija cea lumească, murind sieşi precum şi oricărei făpturi, pentru a se dărui pe de-a-ntregul sălăşluirii lui Dumnezeu în minte, în bucurie şi încredere.

 

Odată cu aceasta el îi învăţa pe fraţi să nu se preţuiască sau să se măsoare pe ei înşişi, ci să aducă tot timpul rugăciuni de mulţumire înaintea lui Dumnezeu pentru întărirea şi ridicarea din slăbiciunile noastre. El nu se ruşina să-şi mărturisească ucenicilor luptele pe care a trebuit să le ducă înainte să ajungă la starea de odihnă "faţă de grijile şi necazurile produse de marea alipire de lume, care ne ţine într-o agitaţie chinuitoare", dar rămînea întotdeauna într-o deosebită reţinere în a-şi mărturisi harurile pe care Dumnezeu i le încredinţa. Uneori totuşi îşi îngăduia mărturia răpirilor şi extazelor lui, spunînd, de pildă, că el cunoştea un om care suise pînă la al şaptelea cer, sau scriind: "Grăiesc înaintea Lui şi nu mint, căci ştiu pe un rob al lui Dumnezeu între oamenii de acum, în această vreme şi în acest loc binecuvîntat, care poate scula morţi întru numele Stăpînului nostru Iisus Hristos, şi poate alunga demoni şi vindeca boli de nevindecat, care poate opri şi războaie, poate închide şi deschide cerul ca Ilie. Căci totdeauna are Domnul slugi adevărate, pe care nu le mai numeşte slugi, ci fii (Gal. 4,7). Şi, precum a lucrat prin primii Săi ucenici, aşa poate lucra şi prin cei de acum" (Scrisoarea 90).

 

Nu se cunoaşte cum şi cînd [si daca] Sfîntul Varsanufie şi-a sfîrşit petrecerea sa pămîntească. Cum 50 de ani mai tîrziu se socotea că este încă în viaţă, Patriarhul Ierusalimului a dispus să se deschidă chilia sa; dar a izbucnit atunci un foc care a învăluit adunarea.

 

 

https://soonyata.home.xs4all.nl/mahasamadhi.htm

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https://soonyata.home.xs4all.nl/jeevasamadhi.htm

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Comentariu publicat de Bdi pe Noiembrie 22, 2019 la 2:10pm

The Swami called for, by letter, one Sabapathy Sivacharya of the Brahmin priesthood class who was well versed in Vedas and Agamas, the ancient spiritual and religious literature, and explained to him in secrecy the true significance of Gayatri Mantra (i.e., the Mantra of prayer to the Supramental Sun of Truth - Knowledge).

….

 

Vallalar apart from his spiritual and occult knowledge of things had much of what may be called knowledge of the world. Thus he knew about medicines particularly the indigenous "Siddha" system of medicine, medical herbs, literature, music, logical argumentation, alchemy, astrology, philosophies such as Vedanta and Siddhanta, mantra shastra, powers behind talisman and gems possessing extraordinary powers and qualities. He could readily discuss in great detail on any such subject with one who came to him seeking explanations. In short he was a genius in all subjects. [desi nu avea carte !]

 

One Ramasamy Pillai of Karungkuli was regularly sending food as offering to the Swami who was at Mettukuppam. The Swami asked it to be distributed to the lame teacher of the local school and to the lame lamb of that village. The lame lamb used to stand at a distance and hear the Swami's lectures when its left ear would become bent up a little and the eyes stop winking. After the speech was over, it would go round, along with the devotees, in circumambulation of the Swami's residential house called "Siddhi Valagam", dragging on its two hind legs.

 

One yogi by name "Kalpattu Ayyah" intuitively knew that a man of Knowledge (Jnana Acharya) would come of his own accord to him on a particular day and time, accompanied or surrounded by a retinue of devotees, in order to accept him (the former) as a disciple. The said yogi informed many about his intuition. Vallalar accompanied by many devotees, visited the yogi at his village Tirunarung Kunram on the day and hour as foreseen by the latter and accepted him as His disciple. Vallalar took him to Vadalur and gave him a separate cottage to pursue and practise his yoga. Whenever the Swami happened to deal in his lectures to the devotees, any subject which would benefit Kalpattu Ayyah, he would send for him immediately. In his later days, the said yogi was managing Dharma Shala. He died at Vadalur and his remains has been preserved in samadhi near Dharma Shala. He was a realised soul among the swami's disciples.

 

Karanappattu Kandasamy Pillai was a scholar and musician. He suffered from fainting. Medicines and treatment failed. He approached the Swami for grace. The Swami saw him with eyes of compassion and blessings and gave him sacred ash for the cure of the disease, assuring him further that he would be taken as a disciple and given suitable work. The disease was cured. Since then Kandasamy became a staunch and dedicated disciple of the Swami. The Swami approved him to sing His life and glory (as a part of the latter's sadhana). Kandasamy began to spread his message of "jeeva karunya" and ideals of the Sanmarga movement by lectures and through songs and Bajans (devotional music in congregation). By the Swami's grace he got the inspiration to compose poetry and lyrics. He has writen poems and keertans on the Swami's life, and songs of devotion and love in glory of the Swami. He has compiled in one volume all the works of the Swami and published it in 1924. In that volume he has given authentic informations on several incidents in Swami's life which he gathered personally from devotees and disciples who had lived and moved with the Swami, and kept notes on informations about the Swami in their note books. Kandasamy has published in his "Arutpa volume" a list of names of such persons in acknowledgement of the informations given by them.

 

When the Swami was staying at "Siddhi Valagam" at Mettukuppam he was used to remain absorbed in the Bliss of Suddha Sivanubhava for some days continuously and then he would come out to give discourses to the disciples. Purushottama Reddiar who served the Swami as his personal attendant during Swami's stay at Karungkuli and Vadalur, continued to attend on him at Mettukuppam also. The Swami in the last periods of his life, was used to take in sugar solution prepared in hot boiling water, that is to say, water was well boiled so as to be reduced to three fifth of its quantity and then sugar was added to it. The attendant would prepare and take it to the Swami by means of a forcep. The Swami drank it as such in its boiling state.

 

It was this attendant who had asked once to the Swami to show him Grace by giving him a Sadhana, i.e., a way of practice for his spiritual development. The Swami said, "You are humble as I am. If you do sadhana (i.e., practice of yoga discipline such as meditation) you may receive some light within and a power to do some siddhis (i.e. lower siddhis of an occult nature) and you would grow proud of them to boast of and you would get ruined. So, you do not need any sadhana. But follow the practice of seeing all beings as your own self (i.e., cultivate the vision of equality with all beings) and get it as your habitual nature. One who gets in his nature this habit of seeing all beings alike, is verily the omnipotent Divine". Then by Swami's blessings Purushottama Reddiar took up the work of receiving all the visitors and devotees coming to Vadalur with warmth and tenderness of love and served them with food and drinks at the Dharmashala after making kind and due enquiries as to their needs in that respect. Thus by his attitude of equality, tenderness of love and dedicated and humble service to one and all alike he came to discharge many and varied functions, notably as secretary of the Dharma Shala and Satya Jnana Sabha for many years in the later part of his life. It is no surprise that into such a one, the Swami poured his eyes of Grace and uplifted him to a state of higher consciousness as happened in the foregoing incident at "Siddhi Valaga maliga ".

 

The said attendant would sweep and clean the rooms and inner apartment where the Swami used to remain absorbed in his blissful state, and fed in time the sacred lamp (originally lit by the Swami) with oil and kept it trimmed and ever burning. One day he happened to enter Swami's room for his daily routine of work. It was just the time the Swami, after a blissful absorption, had opened his eyes of Grace which met incidentally (or rather by an act of Grace) the eyes of his attendant. At once the latter was transported into a trance of higher consciousness, and he remained absorbed in it. Other devotees were surprised to know about the incident and asked the Swami what was to be done with the said Purushottama Reddiar. The Swami replied "Do not disturb him; He would get up his own accord". After four or five days of unmoved and absorbed trance, he got up to move out, but yet he remained in a state of silence continuously for months without speaking to anyone.

Comentariu publicat de Bdi pe Noiembrie 22, 2019 la 2:11pm

At Chennai, the elder brother Sabapathi studied the Tamil literature under the able guidance of a great scholar. His hard work and industrious mind enabled him to give religious discourses in Tamil at the request of some rich people. Besides he used to conduct classes to elementary school boys on patio of houses.

With the income received from the above sources, he looked after the needs of the family to some extent and thus led a peaceful life. Ramalingam was five years old then. The elder brother, taking the opportunity of being a teacher, started to teach his young the elementry principle underlying the Tamil literature. Finding the boy not evincing any interest in the initial stage, Sabapathy thought that he would fulfil his desire in course of time. Even thenm the boy did not take any interest; instead he used to go to Knadakottam, a temple located in George Town, Chennai and used to absorb himself with divine prayers. Thinking that the boy was not amenable in the presence of his brother, the latter thought that the young boy could improve under the guidance of a third person and thus entrusted the responsibility of teaching him to his oqn preceptor, under whom he took his studies.

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 gife 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. Days passed. His sister-in-law who was much afectionate towards the plight of the young boy was much worried since she looked after the needs the boy without the knowledge of her husband.

One day she pleaded before the boy to be attentive to his studies as her husband wanted, so as to avoid all the difficulties so far experienced and thus turn a new leaf to the betterment of the family as a whole. The affectionate and motherly advice of the lady had the desired effect and at last Ramalingam consented to take up his studies in right earnest as desired by his brother and requested her to set apart a room in the house for this purpose. The young lady convveyed the news to her husband and after a hard pursuit, Sabapathy gave his approval.

On an auspicious day a room in the upstairs was provided to the boy to carry on his studies without any disturbance. 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). Without the knowledge of the little boy, the sister-in-law used to witness the occurence with awe and unspoeakable amazement. Now we shall try to annotate the type of study that Ramalingam had from the experience gained at the soul level. It has been acknowledged by all that God is one and existing eternally in and out of everything in the whole universe of boundless space.

But the Inner Truth of God’s existence is beyond one’s conception, because it is working from the innermost with the spirit of all powerful Omnigrace. This divine attribute of God is due to come out from each soul-atom for its Eternal Godly life of endless Bliss. This is what we see in the case of the saint Ramalingam. This unimaginable form is within. It is Changeless and not destructible. This is termed as the soul beings. To gain experience and live a Blessed life, all the outer forms come to play but disappear after some time. 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. Even now we see that there is an universal awareness that literacy should form the main theme and illiteracy should be wiped out at the earliest. Unless mankind is awakened to follow the teachings of the saint to the fullest extent, peace cannot be attained in the internal arena of political, cultural and social affairs.

The world is heading towards the growing madness for wealth, pleasure and power by the people and this will invite war and calamity and the impending danger of total destruction will becom inevitable. In the above circumstances, this chapter will be an eye-opener to the entire world. We shall peep into the next chapter now.

http://www.vallalar.org/English/VORG000000012B


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