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Sita is also the feminine principle of space and receptivity that the cosmic Vayu depends upon.

Sita is also the feminine principle of space and receptivity that the cosmic Vayu depends upon.

Sita is also the feminine principle of space and receptivity that the
cosmic Vayu depends upon. Without Hanuman, we cannot find Sita, and
Rama cannot fulfill his destiny of the highest dharma.

Let us not forget our own deeper cosmic energy in our fascination with
the latest information technology that is but its shadow. Hanuman
reveals to us the way of transcendence.

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 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.

Lord Hanuman with the Blessings of Devas

Lord Hanuman with the Blessings of Devas

Varundev blessed him saying, “You will enjoy the lifespan of 10 lakh years and you will never get affected by my grip and water”


Yamraja blessed him saying, “you will be always free from my punishment, will always remain healthy and become famous a the most powerful in the world”

Kuber Bhandari Dev gifted him his Gada and blessed him saying, “You will never feel restless in the war and my Gada will make you win in all the wars. Nobody can kill you.”

Lord Shiva admired him and blessed him saying, “You are my brain child and you are my part only. The weapons and powers I have given you; will always protect you and make you winner.”

Lord Vishwakarma gave his divine powers to him and said, “you will be famous as a great worrier and immortal in the world with the weapons created by me.”

Brahmaji said, “You will have long lifespan and will become great and win over all the Brahmand”

Lord Indra gave his necklace of lotus to the child Hanuman and said, “ as my Vajra broke you jaw bone, you will be famous as ‘Hanuman’ from today. My Vajra will not be able to kill you. Oh Hanuman, you will be worshiped as a terror for the enemy and best friend and generous giver amongst the friends and worshipers.”

Pawanputra Hanuman is considered as a part of Lord Shankar’s Rudravatar and apart from Lord Ram, Lankapati Ravan and Vibhishan were also impressed with Hanuman ji’s qualities.

No God or Devil is equal to Hanuman ji in 14 worlds and 3 universes. Indeed, Hanuman Ji’s character is the most famous and respectable character in Ramayan after Shri Ram.

In the episode of Ramayan, when Lord Ram becomes the king of Ayodhya after winning the battle of Lanka, he gifted precious gems and jewellery to Sugriv, Jambuvan, Angad, Lankapati Vibhishan and other monkeys and in the end Lord Ram took Hanuman ji in his lap and honored him with his own jewellery, what he was wearing. Then, Hanuman ji with his eyes filled with tears said, “Oh Lord, I do not expect all this but you warmth and blessings that I can remain a your worshiper always. That I do not get attached with anyone else except you and I get to listen to your glory till the world exists.” Listening to this, Lord Ram hugged him and blessed him saying, “Till the time, people will be knowing me, your name will also be remembered. From now on, my soul resides in yours.”

Hanuman symbolizes the sadhana shakti, or power of spiritual practice

Hanuman symbolizes the sadhana shakti, or power of spiritual practice

In the Ramayana, Hanuman symbolizes the sadhana shakti, or power of spiritual practice. He is also the symbol of the faith that can move mountains. He is the son of the monkey hero Kesari (lion-like

resolve), and mother Anjani (beautifying collyrium—the divine ungent
of pure feeling applied to the vision of the soul). God in the form of
Cosmic Prana-the wind-god, Vayu (an aspect of the Cosmic Mind)-is his
Divine Father. In fact, Hanuman is an emanation of Lord Shiva
(Brahman, or the unchanging reality amidst and beyond the world).
 The
emergence of faith in the heart of an aspirant is the result of the
convergence all of these mystical elements.

Cosmic Vayu and universal Prana

Cosmic Vayu and universal Prana

The yogi works through that cosmic Vayu and universal Prana, in attunement and harmony with the whole of life.


The true bhakta or devotee surrenders to the Divine will which is the motivating force of Vayu.

Vayu’s vibration is Om or Pranava, the primal sound behind all creation.

The Upanishads teach us that Vayu is the directly perceivable form of Brahman, the Cosmic Reality