Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Help from Yogi Ramsuratkumar

Yesterday Wednesday September 10, 2014 I spent part of the morning at the Ashram of Yogi Ramsuratkumar. Whenever I have the opportunity to visit this Ashram, I always wonder why it has taken me so long to return there. Its a very beautiful and peaceful spot with a number of nice daily functions including pujas and chanting of the name. It is highly recommend that visitors to this Temple town spend time at the Ashram and Samadhi of this great saint. 

To learn more about the life of Yogi Ramsuratkumar please visit his biography at my website Arunachala Samudra, at this link here.

The posting regarding the statue of the Yogi in his Samadhi Hall is very interesting, because it is the experience of many people that the statue indeed has a powerful energy. It is certainly a blessed place to visit if one needs help and inspiration in one's life.

Boys from the Veda Patasala bowing to the statue

View of Statue in foreground and Adhishtanam in background

Extract from above noticeboard by the side of the Statue:-

"Two parallel water lines linking this Statue and the Adhishtanam early on 22.02.2001, the day after interring of the physical bod of Bhagawan surprised every onlooker, for there was neither rain nor dew to carve out this pattern." 

“The adhishtanam is a shrine where the mortal coil of the Sanyasins is interred and a Shiva Lingam is consecrated as per the Shastric injunctions. Its also known as Samadhi. The Adhishthanam of a Great Jnani is an abode, radiating serenity, holiness and spiritual splendor. The Devotees, sadhakas and pilgrims who visit the adhisthanam and reverentially do pradakshinam, japam, dhyanam, namaskarams and puja, become the recepients of the Jnani’s blessings. Spiritual seekers regard the adhishtanam as a place to sit, meditate and resonate with the ultimate silence. Many are the instances where seekers have been blessed specially while praying in an adhishtanam with directions, guidance, intuitive revelations, etc. pertaining to their sadhana.”

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