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Re: BHADRAACHALA YATRA by "venkata sriram" sriram_sapthasathi

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Wed Feb 28, 2018 12:09 am (PST) . Posted by:

swamypvap

Sri Rama Bhadra is Bhdraatmaka.
As Bhadraatmaka,Sri Rama is Varada and Samrakshaka.
As Samrakshaka, Sri Rama protects Iham as well as Param.
if a pilgrim(Yaatrik) installs Sri Rama as the Raja/Master and Lakshmana as the source of inspiration to follow Dharmam as practiced by him and Mata Sita as Prajhnana Swarupini/Sakti Swarupini under the Krupa(grace) of Sri Guru Hanuman in Hrudayam, then that devotee would realize that his Deham(body) is Achalam(hill) and its Lord(Prabhu) is Rama Bhadra as Bhadraatmaka.

Wed Feb 28, 2018 4:26 am (PST) . Posted by:

"venkata sriram" sriram_sapthasathi

Wonderful !

With regards,
Sriram

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On Wed, 28/2/18, swamypvap@yahoo.com [TeluguBhaktiPages] <TeluguBhaktiPages-noreply@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

Subject: www.telugubhakti.com BHADRAACHALA YATRA
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Date: Wednesday, 28 February, 2018, 7:34 AM


 









Sri Rama Bhadra is Bhdraatmaka.
As Bhadraatmaka,Sri Rama is Varada and
Samrakshaka.
As Samrakshaka, Sri Rama
protects Iham as well as Param.
if a
pilgrim(Yaatrik) installs Sri Rama as the Raja/Master and
Lakshmana as the source of inspiration to follow Dharmam as
practiced by him and Mata Sita as Prajhnana Swarupini/Sakti
Swarupini  under the Krupa(grace) of Sri Guru Hanuman in
Hrudayam, then that devotee would realize that his
Deham(body) is Achalam(hill) and its Lord(Prabhu) is Rama
Bhadra as Bhadraatmaka.










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Wed Feb 28, 2018 7:13 pm (PST) . Posted by:

swamypvap

Bhava signifies Pita Maheswara.
Maheswara is in all Bhutamulu as Atma.
Madi(mind) produces Bhaavamulu (thoughts and it signifies Mata Maaheswarai.
Eswara is Adviteeyam,Sarva Vyapakam and Anantam.
Mata Eswari is Dvaita Rupini as Eswara Kari(Sakala Nigama Artha Gocharakari) as well as Vishnu Maya Rupini(Leela Naataka Sutra Khelana Kari).
Accordingly Madi(mind) has the dual role as Moksha Kaarakam as well as Bandha Kaarakam.
Mind(Madi) has the creative capability in the form of giving birth to a thought (Bhaavam). A thought gives birth to another thought and dies in due course of time. Thus the thought process continues indefinitely.
Accordingly Bhaavamulu(thoughts) are of two kinds. The first kind is Eswara Bhaavam (contemplation on Eswara) and the second kind is Laukika Bhaavam(worldly thought).
Mata Parvati as Jhnana Rupini/Sakti Rrupini married Eswara as Vairagya Rrupam/ Chidaananda Rupam.
Accordingly a spiritual seeker in quest of Mukti(freedom) from all the Bandhamulu (clutches) like Jagath, Gruham and Deham etc so as to attain everlasting happiness should offer his/her Madi/Hrudayam(mind) to Eswara as Pati/Natham under the Krupa(grace) of a SatGuru/ Brahma/ Purohith by uniting Hrudayam with Eswara as Pati/Natha through Eswara Bhaavamulu (meditation on Eswara). Due to this unification of Hrudayam (mind) with Eswara as Pati, the Hrudyam(mind) of a Saadhaka (seeker) produces Eswara Bhaavamulu(thoughts) as Atmajulu (children) of Eswara as Eswara Sankalpamulu.


Wed Feb 28, 2018 7:14 pm (PST) . Posted by:

swamypvap

As Mahaneeya Gunaatmajam, Prabhu Rama set a standard (Pramaanam) to Satgunamulu/Dharmam and established the truth that Dharmam as followed by Him is Satya Saadhanam. As Sareeram(body) is a tool intended for Dharma Acharana(practice), Dharmam as depicted in Srimad Ramayanam is the one and only way for realization Satyam/Brahmam.
As Viryavaan, Prabhu Rama exhibited his valor and courage only to establish Truth.
As Raja Dharma Avataram, Raja Rama used to share like a mother in the grief and as a father in the happiness of the people of his kingdom.
As Drudavrata, Prabhu Rama had observed Brahmacharyam and was like a king/head of Tapasvees during Vanavaasam.
As Krutagnasya, Prabhu Rama had embraced Hanuman affectionately and called him as dear as his brother Bharata who carried his Paadukulu on the head and latter on accorded the highest honor to them as the crown of Ayodhya. Prabhu Rama was the source of inspiration to Bharata to sacrifice the throne of Ayodhya and to administer as a humble representative of Prabhu Rama.
As Satyavrata, Rama made Sugriva and Vibhishana as the kings of their respective countries.
As Chaaritra, Prabhu Rama Charitam is Anantam, Maha Paataka Naasanam,Vimalam and Mukti Pradaayakam.
As Vidvaan, Prabhu Rama is Smitha Bhashi, Mitha Bhashi , Madhura Bhashi and Poorva Bhashi..
As Sarvabhutah Hitah, Prabhu Rama was affectionate to Ahalya, Guha, Sabari, Kaakaasur, Jataauvu and squirrel irrespective of any consideration.
As Samrtha, Prabhu Rama won the heart of ParasuRama who was overpowered by anger. Prabhu Rama also overpowered the ego of Samudra at the time of Setu Nirmaanam
As Priya Darsanaha, Prabhu Rama was admired by even his opponents like Maaricha, Vaali, Taara and Mandodari etc.
As Jitakrodho, Prabhu Rama pardoned Kaakaasur, Sugriv and Vibheeshana when once they bowed down to him.
As Dhyutiman, Prabhu Rama is Neela Megha Syamam and Pumsaam Mohana Rupam
As Anasuyaka, Prabhu Rama never had an eye on the kingdom/riches of Ravana nor even on the throne of Ayodhya.
As Kasya Bibyati Devah ca Jyata rosaya Myuge, Prabhu Rama was a terror even in the minds of gods at the time of releasing an arrow from his bow.
As Atmavaan, Prabhu Rama is Sudda Brahma Paraatpara Swarupam and Kaalaatmaka Swarupam.This truth is ever remembered with great reverence as Ram Naam Sach Hai when a dead body is taken out for cremation. The bottom line is Sri Rama Raksha Sarva Jagath Raksha.










































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