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Ramayan in Human Physiology: How all the parts come together in wholeness
by Global Good News staff writer
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18 March 2012
Having given a brief overview of the story of the Ramayan in the Vedic literature, Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam (Professor Tony Nader, MD, PhD) went on to discuss more about the knowledge brought out in his book, Ramayan in Human Physiology. Maharaja is a distinguished scientist who was appointed by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi to represent the Global Country of World Peace.
Please see Part I and Part II, Part III, and Part IV of this article.
'What do we see in the Ramayan?' Maharaja asked. 'When we look into the details, there are many very intricate exchanges where there is fear, sometimes anger, there is deception, there are people seeking their own satisfaction, and how they interact with others.
'So it's a very powerful social story—a powerful analysis of society and psychology and how society works. And there are different levels of understanding of the Ramayan,' and Raam ultimately is seen as the embodiment of wholeness, of Totality. . . . That is really the supreme reality of how 'wholeness, Totality, takes over all the parts—all the pieces and all the limitations—and brings them back to itself, so that everything lives in harmony and in perfect coordination.
'It is as we have said, the different parts of a structure—a car, a plane—work together, each even has a different function. In a plane one will analyze the altitude, the other one will analyze the pressure, the other one analyzes the temperature of the oil, the engines are pushing air and creating speed, the wings are creating the differential pressure and raising the wings in the air. So like this, any structure with its differences, suddenly together makes a whole.
'Like this, the Ramayan is simply the story of how different parts come together under the principle of wholeness, of holistic value, and how when they are functioning like this as a holistic value, they create that perfection—so that . . . we have a body that functions, that does something that is realistic, that allows us to grow, to evolve, to achieve our goals, and to have fulfilment and enlightenment in our lives.'
Global Good News will continue to feature Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam's recent discussion of his new book, Ramayan in Human Physiology.
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