“संकट कटै मिटै सब पीरा” “जो सुमिरै हनुमत बलवीरा” Greetings on the auspicious occasion of #HanumanJayanti Lord Hanuman is epitome of selflessness,unlimited power, bravery,fearlessness & unparalleled devotion. May lord Hanuman bless you all.
If you have grown up a Hindu in North India, Hanuman chalisa is somehow hardcoded into you, recite a line, and the next line magically appears on your lips.
Strength, loyalty, karishma and much more we learn from our dearest God.
Lord Hanuman holds the power of the cosmic Vayu that governs all energies in the universe. Through his grace we can master all outer and inner forces to the highest Self-realization that is Sri Rama.
Hanuman is the great hero of the Ramayana, the wonderful story’s most fascinating character. Though having the form of a monkey, he is said to be the greatest sage, yogi and devotee. What is the inner meaning of this magical figure and his relevance for everyone?
Hanuman is portrayed as the son of Vayu, the wind God. This explains his speed of movement, his power to become as small or large as he likes, and his incredible strength. But there are many other yogic secrets hidden behind his symbolism.
Hanuman and the power of Yoga
This cosmic Vayu is the true power of Yoga. It gives flexibility of body, boundless vitality, indomitable will power, and dynamic concentration of mind. Our highest prana is to reach out and merge into the immortal Prana, which is to dedicate ourselves as Hanuman to Rama, to offer our mortality or temporal existence to the immortal and infinite.
Hanuman grants all yoga siddhis of movement, energy, will power and wisdom, extending to the highest Self-realization, allowing us to master all cosmic energies.
Hanuman is the conduit of the power of Rama as the universal Self. Rama represents the Self who guides all nature – through which the wind blows, out of which the Sun and Moon move, which holds the Earth in place through gravity.
The real yogi works through that cosmic Vayu and universal Prana, in attunement and harmony with the whole of life.
The true bhakta or devotee surrenders to the Divine will which is the motivating force of Vayu, the power of Rama behind it.
If you are in varanasi India you can visit Hanuman temple or Sankat Mochan temple in varanasi.