A View of Santhigiri Ashram

A View of Santhigiri Ashram
Lotus Parnasala and Sahakarana Mandiram , Santhigiri Ashram, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Clairvoyance - Its Dimensions in Hinduism

Gurucharanam Saranam

Clairvoyance – Its Dimensions in Hinduism

The human being is the depository of eternal wisdom. Spiritually highly evolved Rishies in ancient India had developed the faculty of clairvoyance (darsan). The stream of knowledge that came out of them is known as Self-knowledge – Atma jnanam. Atmajnanis means those who realized the Ultimate Truth or the knowledge of the Self..This spiritual tradition of self-knowledge is known as ‘Aarsha Bhaaratha Samskaara’or Sanatana Dharma. The origin of this spiritual legacy has been traced back to Manu, the first Archetypal Guru and his spiritual lineage. The Manus are the first projection of the impersonal God and the creators of solar system/s .The Gurus appearing in the lineage of Manu impart dharma to humanity according to the requirement of each Age or Yuga. But in course of time this spiritual path has disappeared which had its negative repercussions in the life of man .This lost spiritual path has been restored by Navjyothisree Karunakara Guru by perfecting and gifting to humanity a new spiritual path for its spiritual evolution.

With regard to spiritual visions, Guru taught that the source of clairvoyance (vision) differs.Spiritual visions may originate from various astral powers - bhoothas (ghosts), pitrus (ancestral souls), devi-devas (angelical beings), rishis, sages, sanyasis etc.Most of the spiritual seekers get stuck in these intermediary astral worlds. The ultimate source of vision is The Supreme Light of God. A Guru who has realized the Supreme Light of God alone could know the source of spiritual visions that a truth seeker might experience. Knowledge of the entire creation, dharma, karma, as well as the errors and their correction etc.are known through spiritual vision. Knowledge about all astral matters, diseases and its cure and even awareness about the past, present and future time can be known through spiritual visions. Such a Guru tradition with the power of spiritual visions can help us in our spiritual growth in this age of spiritual transition..

After Navajyotisree Karunakara Guru merged with the Supreme Light of God in the year 1999, it is Sishyapoojita Amrita Jnana Tapaswini who mediates between Guru and the followers through the power of clairvoyance.

Mukundan P.R.
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