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Maharaja Adhiraj Raja Raam's historic address on the presentation of his new book Ramayana in Human Physiology - Part I
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22 April 2008
During the recent global celebration of Raam Navami, Maharaja Adhiraj Raja Raam was presented with the first copy of his new book, Ramayana in Human Physiology. This presentation, on the Maharishi Global Family Chat, marked the beginning of a special three-day celebration at the International Capital of the Global Country of World Peace in MERU, Holland, in honour of the completion of this highly significant work.
The celebration began with the playing of part of a beautiful address by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Global Country of World Peace, on the significance of Maharaja Adhiraj Raja Raam's supreme discovery of the Veda, total Natural Law, in the human physiology (Maharishi's entire address was played the following day). This was followed by Maharaja's comments and detailed account of how the new book came into being.
At the start of the celebration, Dr Peter Swan, Minister of Communication of the Global Country of World Peace, said that this day of Raam Navami was the culmination of Vasanta Navaratri, in the Vedic Calendar the Nine Days in spring celebrating the triumph of Brahm—of Shri Raam—which is celebrated as the birthday of Brahm, of Total Knowledge in the world.
'Today it is thus completely fitting,' Dr Swan said, 'in the tradition of Maharishi's worldwide organizations—in which everything has unfolded completely spontaneously, in accord with the nature of the time, with the support of total Natural Law—that Maharaja Adhiraj Raja Raam is blessing the world with a magnificent new discovery of the Ramayana in Human Physiology.
'This is a historic occasion in the long annals of the history of knowledge in our world,' Dr Swan said. 'This knowledge has never been seen or heard before; and Maharaja has spent hundreds of hours bringing this knowledge to perfection, bringing it to bless the entire world family for all times to come.'
Following the tape of Maharishi's address, Dr Swan commented, 'We have heard from Maharishi of Maharaja's desire to bless the world with a system of ideal administration through which the perfect order of every grain of creation will be lively, so that suffering will belong to no one. This knowledge is contained in Maharaja's new offering, his great book on Ramayana in Human Physiology.'
Dr Swan invited Dr Keith Wallace, the first scientist of the Age of Enlightenment and founding President of Maharishi University of Management, USA, to present the first copy of Maharaja's book to him, to prolonged applause from the gathering of all the Rajas and Ministers of the Global Country of World Peace.
Maharaja Adhiraj Raja Raam said, 'It is a great joy to see this book after so many years come to a printed form. . . . Maharishi so beautifully introduced this topic' in his address. 'It really brings to our focus the value of understanding Natural Law as the guiding structure of intelligence that allows life to progress and evolve as we know it, and to allow life to be lived in perfection.
'It's all the story of Natural Law,' Maharaja said. 'And that's what Maharishi has taught us, and has allowed us to understand in terms of the source, the course, and goal. . . .
'But in an unbounded field, where is infinite rigidity? We can't see it because it doesn't show any structure, it doesn't show anything that we can actually identify as having a localized aspect. And that's why we say it's unmanifest.
'So Natural Law has this level of unmanifest reality, in the Unified Field—it is there but it's unmanifest. And then it manifests in different levels of creation, and these levels are very rigid, and their structure. But their structure, their rigidity is based on Natural Law, and therefore it is natural that they have that same structure of Natural Law.
'That's how we see, when we look at the Veda as the Constitution of the Universe—it's the expression of Natural Law, which is very rigid. Natural Law, it is very rigid—a law doesn't change. It's completely rigid, that's why we have science, because it allows us to study something that is reliable, repeatable.
'One of the great contributions of Maharishi to the field of spirituality—the field of the unmanifest, the field of consciousness, the field of Yoga, the field of Veda—is that he made it really scientific, reliable, and repeatable. And that's sometimes why I feel that he has promoted scientists in his organization so much, because he wanted spirituality to be a science, not to be a mystical thing—and a science that is Natural Law.
'There are different aspects of Natural Law,' Maharaja explained, 'and there is the basis of total Natural Law, and that is what we call the Constitution of the Universe. Its first expression is in vibration and sound: it swells and it becomes vibration and then starts to produce structures. Those structures are rigid—rigid structures, but changing all the time because the nature of expression is change. So they have within them all the time the possibility of transformation; and they are all the time transforming, because they are also based on the field of all possibilities, which is constantly available at all levels of expression.'
Global Good News will feature the continuation of Maharaja Adhiraj Raja Raam's historic address on the presentation of his new book, Ramayan in Human Physiology, in the coming days.
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