Forms of Hanuman : Maruti as the servitor (Dasmaruti) and Maruti as the courageous one (Virmaruti)

Forms of Hanuman : Maruti as the servitor (Dasmaruti) and Maruti as the courageous one (Virmaruti)

1.2 Form

Look at the two figures given below. Decide with which figure you feel
more pleasant and then read further.Figure A
Figure B

At one of our workshops in Mumbai twenty-five out of thirty-six
seekers who participated in this experiment gave their answers. The
average spiritual level of the seekers was 35%. During a satsang
(spiritual meeting) at times the spiritual level of a seeker can even
become 40-50%. The spiritual level of an average person is 20% while
that of one who has attained the Final Liberation (Moksha) is 100%. If
average individuals participate in the experiment, they do not
perceive anything. Hence in such experiments everyone does not get
spiritual experiences. Only those who have attained a spiritual level
of 35% and above and are able to perceive something of the subtle
dimension are able to give answers. Sixteen out of twenty-five seekers
experienced serenity (shanti) with figure ‘A’ and the rest with figure
‘B’.

Figure ‘A’ depicts the tail of Maruti as the servitor (Dasmaruti) and
figure ‘B’ the tail of Maruti as the courageous one (Virmaruti). One
must have realised how without even looking at the entire form of
Maruti merely by looking at His tail, energy or divine consciousness
(chaitanya) in His form is manifested. Energy manifests from Maruti as
the courageous one and divine consciousness from Maruti as the
servitor since the latter is merged into Lord Rama.

Forms of Hanuman : Maruti as the servitor (Dasmaruti) and Maruti as
the courageous one (Virmaruti)

Hanuman has two forms namely Maruti as the servitor and Maruti as the
courageous one. The servitor form is the one in which Hanuman stands
in front of Rama with His hands folded in obeisance, His tail resting
on the ground. The stance of Maruti as the courageous one is that of
one ready for battle. His tail is upright and His right hand is turned
towards His head. Sometimes even a demon crushed under His feet is
depicted. To overcome problems of possession, black magic, etc. Maruti
as the courageous one is worshipped.

Article by Hanuman Yagya

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