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Role of the Raja: Administration
through silence, giving Total Knowledge, establishing affluence and peace in the nation
by Global Good News staff writer
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20 July 2009
In Maharishi's Second Year of Invincibility - Global Raam Raj, Global Good News presents Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's explanation of the supreme parental role of the Rajas (Administrators) of the Global Country of World Peace for all the people in their domains, based on their administration through silence in 192 countries of the world.
Maharishi has explained that the functioning of Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam's* administration of the Global Country of World Peace, supporting the creation of enlightenment for every individual and invincibility for every nation, is that of administration through silence—the full awakening of total Natural Law and its infinite organizing power in the consciousness of every individual and in the whole collective consciousness of every nation and the entire world.
In a beautiful address in January 2007, Maharishi explained the role of a Raja in terms of their administration through silence. He explained that the consciousness of the Rajas is able to hold responsibility from their deepest level of silence. That is the requirement of a Raja. A Raja is the Administrator of the cosmic value of life from deep within, from the absolute, completely unmanifest field of eternal silence.
On the basis of administering from the level of infinite pure silence in their own consciousness, Maharishi has also beautifully described the Rajas' supreme parental role in caring for the health, happiness, fulfilment, and enlightenment of all the people of their domains.
During his Global Press Conference on 25 August 2004, Maharishi was asked to please explain what is a Raja, and what will a Raja do to create world peace?
Maharishi responded, ' ''Raj'' means kingdom, and ''Raja'' means the owner of the kingdom.' Maharishi gave the example of a family:
'The parents are owners of the family. Parents have a loving, caring, and supporting parental relationship with their children. A Raja is supposed to have Total Knowledge, and his relationship with the people of his kingdom is to impart Total Knowledge.
'A Raja is like a father of the nation. He nourishes the children by caring for everything for them. The supreme level of care lies in introducing Total Knowledge to the children. This Total Knowledge will be their guiding light for life, enabling them to achieve what they want and not have to face problems, sickness, and suffering. Then there will be harmony in the individual life on the ground of fulfilment, affluence, and coherence in national consciousness.
'The Raja is an administrator with a parental role for his Raj. This is what ''Raja'' means. His parental role is to support the children of his kingdom and make them so competent, healthy, wealthy, and wise that they will always be the guiding light of their environment—the bright, shining light for the destiny of all the people. . . . The only way to throw out the darkness is to quietly bring the light. This is a very royal way of re-establishing peace, prosperity, order, and affluence in every nation. . . .
'That is why I had to choose a word that will correspond with the very natural, caring property of the parents: Raja—Raja Raam*. ''Raam'' means totality of knowledge—that is Brahm. ''Raam'' is defined as Brahm. And Raam Raj, the kingdom of Raam, is defined as having no suffering for anyone: 'Raam Raj dukh kahu na vyapa'. This will only be on the basis of the administrators giving knowledge of Total Natural Law to every child.'
* Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam is the First Sovereign Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace.
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