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3World Transformation – A Divine Call

World Transformation through Self Transformation is the Call of Supreme Divine at this Iron Age. Everyone who are interested to experience ultimate peace, Harmony, Abundance and spiritual progress in present life and future and also want to be a part of world transformation can join this revolution.

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Swami Ramalinga Vallalar

This Divine Call for World Transformation from Supreme has started from Swami Ramalinga Valllar in 1873. Swami Ramalinga is the Avatar of Supreme Authority who came on this earth and seeded Supreme Grace light. During his time he opened the doors of supreme grace light and transformed his body into Immortal Golden body of light. He not only transformed himself into supreme grace light body but also blessed humanity by giving the mantra to invoke Supreme grace light. His coming on this earth is not to attain immortality for himself but to the world. Because of this he sacrificed his immortal body of light by dissolving it on this earth and didn’t go back to ultimate divine source.Now he is very vibrantly available for anyone who calls him from his heart and ready for Ultimate Ascension in this life itself.

The supreme grace light and energy that is received by chanting the mantra given Swami Ramalinga is million times more powerful than any energy healing system available on this earth. Because most of the healing modality just involves invoking energy from deities, planets, stars, galaxies and astral world etc. but Supreme grace light is the ultimate energy of Supreme Authority which is the source of all that is created and existed now.  Siddhas Called this Supreme Authority as Chit-Ambara-Siva (Truth-Consciousness-Almighty). Once we start invoking this supreme grace light in our bodies then Self-transformation begins and all the qualities of supreme grace light i.e Ultimate Peace, Harmony, Bliss and Abundance starts manifesting in us. More we invoke, align and integrate this Supreme grace light within us more it manifests as deeper peace, bliss and inner satisfaction. When we collectively invoke this supreme grace light then we can anchor this supreme divine grace light on this earth and bring purification at all levels of existence i.e Purification of five elements/pancha mahabhoots(earth, water, Fire, Air, Akash), Neagative Ethiric layers of thoughts, Astral  and Celestial energy etc. When all the levels start getting purified then automatically world transformation at all levels takes place. This is the mission of swami Ramalinga or Supreme Divine to bring transformation into this world and establish Supreme peace, Truth, harmony, Love, bliss, and abundance.

Details of Collective Sadhana:

Venue: Where you are

Date:   Everyday

Time: 6AM (morning), 2 PM (afternoon) and 11PM (night) in all countries (no need to adjust your time zone)

It is not mandatory to sit all 3 times in a day. so atleast If you can join any one time i.e morning or afternoon or night is also fine.

General guidelines for meditation:

  • Sit on a woollen mat (you can also use chair but keep woollen mat below your feet) in a quiet place in a comfortable position with spine kept straightand facing east or north for the meditation.

  • Do deep breathing for 3-5 minutes

  • Visualize Bright Supreme Grace Light at your Ajna Chakra/third eye centre and Chant following mantra for 108 times or 15-30 min

“Arut Perum Jyothi…Arut Perum Jyothi…
Thanip Perum Karunai….Arut Perum Jyothi”
Meaning:
“Supreme Grace-Light…. Supreme Grace-Light
Supreme Compassion.. . Supreme Grace-Light”

  • After Chanting the mantra, Sincerely Pray to Divine Arut Perun Jyoti(Supreme- Grace-Light) to bring Ultimate Supreme Peace to all Souls on this earth and celestial regions.  Om Param Shanti Param shanti Param Shanti Om

Note: No initiation or deeksha is need to chant this mantra. It is siddha mantra given by Almighty Divine to Swami Ramalainga. You can also use this mantra as your personal mantra for self-realization and chant it any time apart from mentioned time.

Benefits:

  • Manifestation of Divine Qualities like Peace, Bliss, Joy, Self-confidence Harmony, Abundance

  • You will experience stress-free and inner satisfaction

  • Your aura will become golden of supreme grace light

  • You will meet your goal of life

  • Experience divine protection and grace all the time in your life

 

Organizing Group Meditations:

We invite all spiritual seekers( irrespective of whatever path that you are following) to organize groups and meditate together for world transformation once in a week/month at your place like home, office, temples, park etc

When people meditate together in a group at the same time, day and place for the same cause then the energy that generates is thousand times greater than the tremendous energy generated from group meditation helps to heal the participants and also surroundings by creating divine positive energy. Group meditation is an opportunity for us to serve humanity and also grow spiritually.

Guidelines for Group Meditations:

  • Dedicate only for world transformation using Aruth Perun Jyoti mantra and don’t mix its purity with any other mantras,healing method etc

  • No photos of any gurus, deities etc needed

  • No external rituals

  • It should be free of cost for all

  • No discrimination of any type

SWAMI RAMALINGAM (VALLALAR) – BRIEF LIFE SKETCH

Swami Ramalinga

“I am in this body(Supreme-Grace-Light).

Henceforth, I would enter all the physical bodies”

                                             
Swami Ramalingam, popular known as Vallalar, the Great Munificent, may be regarded as the foremost of the saints and sages of the nineteenth century, considering the heights, widths, depths and intimates of his integral realization of the Divine in all the “inmost, inner, outer and the outermost parts of his being”. He was a yogi who put before the people deathlessness of body as an essential part of the realization of the one blissful Divine, a saint whose very soul-stuff was made of infinite love and compassion, a sage of Truth-consciousness who possessed the divine knowledge and science of deathlessness of body and attained its deathless transformation along with the self-creative power of creating all substances of whatever kind including bodily substances, a born Tamil-poet of divine inspiration who could distinguish the various levels of inspiration and who received in silence the “Word of Truth and Grace from the Cit-Shakti of Grace in the transcendence of Cit Sabha, the transcendent and universal world of Truth-Consciousness”. Besides, he was a critic, writer and commentator and also had knowledge in occultism, alchemy, astrology and medicine particularly in the nutritional and medical values of herbs and leaves. He was a musician too with a keen musical taste for lyrical songs and he composed lyrics to express, in an easier and popular style, his highest and sublime realization of the Divine, particularly that of Truth-consciousness (Satya Jnana).
Of the six volumes of “Arutpa”, the poems of divine inspiration, the last volume is unparalleled in spiritual history as it gives expression to his realization of the vast world of Truth-knowledge and the Beyond, and touches on subjects like transformation and deathlessness of body. If any sort of comparison has to be made at all or even for its own proper understanding, it can be done only with reference to the vast and infinitely detailed spiritual and yoga literature which Sri Aurobindo has fortunately and gracefully left us behind.
The Swami was the one who affirmed openly and clearly in an unmistakable language the deathlessness of his body, which he attained by the power of what he called “Arut Perum Joti”, the Vast Grace-Light of the Divine which he identified as the Truth-Light of knowledge, Satya Jnana Jothi. In the last decade of his life he started first in 1865 an association of spiritual fellowship called “Samarasa Suddha Sanmarga Satya Sangam”, the association for the path of purity, truth, the right and harmony, opened in 1867 a Dharmashala at Vadalur for the feeding of the poor and the hungry, inviting the people to express to their fellow-beings and creatures compassion which is the grace of one’s soul for meriting the Greater Grace of the Divine for His realization; and lastly founded at Vadalur, 40 miles off Pondicherry, in the significant year 1872 a symbolic shrine of worship called “Satya Jnana Sabha:, the sanctum of Truth-knowledge in honour and respect of the universal coming of the God of Vast Grace-Light who was about to manifest, requesting the people to receive Him and His rule on earth in all joy and enthusiasm. In this shrine the diffused light of a lamp is worshipped as the divinely sanctioned and blessed symbol of the divine Light of Truth-knowledge or Truth-Consciousness. He even wrote to suggest that this lamp of light, which is kept behind seven coloured screens of cloth representing the seven veils of Ignorance, might be lit up in the shrine until the God of Vast Grace-Light becomes manifest on the earth with His siddhis or miracles such as the changing of the aged into youth and re-awakening of the dead into bodily life; these siddhis are indications of His manifestation.
Swami Ramalingam was born in 1823 in Marudur near Chidambaram in a Hindu Saivaite family as the fifth child and last son of his father Ramayya Pillai and mother Chinnammayyar who had borne him in her womb after she received vibhuthi, the sacred ash of blessings from an unknown guest of honour, a Siva Yogi who blessed her with a son like himself. Ramalingam was conscious of his birth not merely at the time of birth but even during all the processes that culminated in fertilization, as he wrote to say in “Peru Vinnappam” that the emanations of his soul took active part in the formation of the sperm-cell of his formal father and of the egg-cell of his formal mother with the divine inner light of protection for keeping up the divine qualities of his soul and good physique.
In the fifth month of its age, the child, as was the custom, was taken by the parents to the Chidambaram temple where it broke into mirthful laughter before the deity of Nataraja during the formalities of worship. In front of the adjacent sanctorum called “Chidambara Rahasyam” signifying according to popular notion the vacant sunya or void, the child sensed infinity, which is expressed by the Swami in one of his songs (Arulvillakkamalai – Stz. 44).
His divinity came to be recognized by the devotees in his early age of eleven years when he began to visit the Shiva shrine at Tiruvottiyur, a suburb of Madras, where he sang impromptu devotional hymns and songs in praise of the one Divine, the Impersonal Person of Formless-Form, in the forms of Shiva and the goddess Uma. Even in these early songs we meet with his intense and fiery aspiration for the Grace-World of Truth-knowledge (Arul Veli) and for deathlessness of body. These songs also touch on his aspiration for spiritual life, purification, consecration, devotion, surrender, compassion and reverence for all beings and creatures and oneness with the Divine. These poems of this period form three volumes of his Arutpa.
Many miraculous events are attributed to the Swami in this period of life at Karungkuli, which is two miles off from his later resort of Vadalur. He had mastery over mind, water and rains, fire, etc. and over living beings and creatures like serpents, ghosts and spirits of this world and also on vital beings of the other worlds.
The Swami withdrew himself in seclusion for about six months at Mettukuppam three miles away from Vadalur and in the concentrated state of realization of the World of truth Consciousness and the Beyond, he wrote his masterpiece of “Joti Agaval” in 1872. This piece of poem describes the self-determinations of the Vast Grace-Light, the poises of the world of Truth-Knowledge, planes of ascent, involution and evolution, golden plane of the earth, purifying and transforming powers of the Light, transformation of his body, knowledge and science of deathlessness of body, general nature and characteristics of the world of Truth-Knowledge, the world of Satcitananda beyond etc.
The Swami unfurled the flag of his Sanmarga Sangha on 22-10-1873, marking the day as its effective beginning and also gave the Mahamantra of Vast Grace-Light by Divine sanction, to the disciples on the same day since when he more actively expected the coming of the God of Light to the earth for His direct reign. About this period he also expressed his will to enter into all physical bodies (i.e., on an universal level). The Swami withdrew in seclusion in a closed room in Mettukuppam on 30-1-1874, promising the disciples that the God of Light was imminently coming and he would disappear from their sight for a period and would come back when the Divine Light became manifested. From his last songs, message and spoken words, it is seen that his dematerialization of his deathless body occurred in the Divine presence and in the process of the stable manifestation of the God of Vast Grace-Light on this earth. Thus the dematerialization of his body was a sacrifice and consecration for a supreme purpose. The Swami was never seen thereafter, and the place of his disappearance was soon inspected by the then District Collector and Medical Officer and they have reported confirming his disappearance. One can very well feel today the spiritual and supramental forces of deathlessness in the place of his last resort i.e., Siddhi Valaga Maligai at Mettukuppam as also at Vadalur where the shrine of Satya Jnana Sabha stands as a symbol and monument in honour of the coming of the Supreme Divine to the earth.

                                                                                                         Courtesy: Arut Perum Jyothi & Deathless Body, Vol I

 

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