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Hanuman and the power of Yoga

Hanuman and the power of Yoga

This cosmic Vayu is the true power of Yoga. It gives flexibility of body, boundless vitality, indomitable will power, and concentration of mind. Our highest prana is to reach out and merge into the immortal Prana, which is to dedicate ourselves as Hanuman to Rama.

Hanuman grants all yoga siddhis extending to the highest self-realisation.

Hanuman represents the cosmic Vayu manifesting

Hanuman represents the cosmic Vayu manifesting

Hanuman represents the cosmic Vayu manifesting through our individual
prana. This occurs when we dedicate our livesto the Divine self or
Rama within us, letting go of our attachment to the external world of
appearances.

Hanuman endows us with the atma-shakti or self-power through which we
can realise our higher potential and accomplish what is magical. He
grants us fearlessness, self-confidence, daring and boldness to
attempt the impossible and succeed.

Vayu manifests as lightning or propulsive force (vidyut).

Vayu manifests as lightning or propulsive force (vidyut).

Vayu manifests as lightning or propulsive force (vidyut). This is not
just the lightning that arises from clouds but the kinetic energy that
permeates all space.Vayu is the energy operative from a subatomic
level to the very Big Bang behind the universe as a whole. Tapping
into it is what the methodology of Yoga is all about.

Vayu at an individual level becomes prana, which is not just the
breath but the life force that holds all our motivations and sustains
our inner strength and will power.

Hanuman and cosmic energy

Hanuman and cosmic energy

Today our world prides itself in a new information technology, with a
rapid speed of data, calculation and communication. Modern science has
learned to tap the latent powers of nature to transform our outer
lives.At a cosmic level, there is a deeper energy that runs everything
in the universe.

This is called “Vayu”, which is not just a force of the wind or air
element, but the Kriya Shakti or power of action that governs all
inanimate and animate forces.

Hanuman is the great hero of the Ramayana

Hanuman is the great hero of the Ramayana

Hanuman is the great hero of the Ramayana, the wonderful story’s most
fascinating character. Though having the form of a monkey, he is said
to be the greatest sage, yogi and devotee. What is the inner meaning
of this magical figure?

Hanuman is portrayed as the son of Vayu, the wind God. This explains
his speed of movement, his power to become as small or large as he
likes, and his incredible strength. But there are many other yogic
secrets hidden behind his symbolism.

The line which moves the Prana upward is also called Hanuman, and “chief life”, the guiding life.

The line which moves the Prana upward is also called Hanuman, and “chief life”, the guiding life.

Since Treta Yuga Hanuman has remained on the planet and eternally
sings the sound RAM, the seed sound of Cosmic Fire, which purifies
things spontaneously and directly. He is the most ancient one in the
Himalayas and belongs to the four great teachers who are beyond the
three qualities but are present in the petals of the Muladhara, the
base centre, of every human and who help us with the ascent from
matter. He rules over the northern petal associated with silence and
over the energy line of Sushumna which rises from the heart and links
us with the Divine. Therefore this line which moves the Prana upward
is also called Hanuman, and “chief life”, the guiding life.

Rama gives Hanuman his ring so that the latter can identify himself to Sita.

Rama gives Hanuman his ring so that the latter can identify himself to Sita.

Rama gives Hanuman his ring so that the latter can identify himself to
Sita. Thus, when a disciple meets a teacher, he also feels deep in his
inner that this is his teacher. Hanuman is the only one who can enter
into Lanka. He speaks with Sita and assures her that he will stay in
Lanka for a while. During this time he destroys many demons; sitting
on a big arch he fights with them. The Son of the Air symbolically
sits on the diaphragm and purifies the system from a part of the
demons who dwell in the field of the solar plexus, the sacral centre
and the Muladhara. It is the abyss filled with emotions, mental
concepts and mundane material. Before Hanuman returns to Rama he warns
the ego Ravana and burns down Lanka. Together with Rama Hanuman then
leads the monkey army into battle and helps to win the war. In this he
never feels great and neither has any personal motives for his action
but submits himself totally to the Lord.

Hanuman and Rama

Hanuman and Rama

These are no fairy tales but stories belonging to the Buddhic plane.
The Buddhic plane, also called the fourth plane, is ruled by the
element of air. There matter is light and it has a greater
flexibility. Hanuman, the son of the air or of the fourth plane
appears in the fourth song of the Ramayana. The fifth song describes
Hanuman’s work for the liberation of Sita.
The Ramayana is full of esoteric secrets about the universe and man.
Rama represents the Lord, Hanuman the teacher and Sita the soul which
is separated from the wholeness of Life. When she wants to have the
golden deer, which is an illusion, she is kidnapped by a demon of
over-activity who wants to possess all that he likes. Ravana keeps
Sita imprisoned on the island of Lanka which stands for the separated
consciousness. After Sita got locked up, she feels remorse and starts
praying to the Lord. She only thinks of Him and shows a fiery
aspiration to be re-united with him.
Rama, the Lord, searches for Sita, the abducted soul. He sends
Hanuman, the teacher, because Sita is searching for the Lord. The
teacher is the intermediary between the Lord and the disciple, between
the soul and the universal soul. The element of air, manifested in
Hanuman, creates this link.