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Every point in creation is wholeness: Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam addresses celebration of removal of obstacles
by Global Good News staff writer
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11 September 2010
On 11 September, Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam, First Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace, addressed the global celebration of clearing obstacles to invincibility in national life. In his address Maharaja explained that such celebrations of particular days in the Vedic calendar are conducted in a precise sequence, including Maharishi Vedic Pandits' special recitations, as well as honouring the Teachers of the Vedic Tradition of knowledge.
Maharaja explained that the spiritual teacher 'is the one who brings wholeness to life and brings the true understanding of what every ceremony, every procedure, and every Yagya* truly means. He connects the Absolute with the relative and the relative with the Absolute, and brings to light that every point of creation is truly wholeness, and wholeness is always permeating everything.'
Maharaja said that in the process of creation and manifestation whatever we do, whatever we think, whatever our mind entertains, 'is part of the evolutionary process that takes us from one step to the other; from one situation to another, until we realize the full value of our own nature as being Totality, wholeness, absolute pure Being—and that there is no difference between anything and any other thing in its true essence.'
Global Good News will feature the continuation of Maharaja's address in the coming days.
* Yagyas are ancient precise performances by specially trained Vedic Pandits of India, to create specific life-supporting influences from the field of pure consciousness, the source of Natural Law.
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