‘Athma Thathwardha Ramayan’ explains the Journey of Jeevathma (soul) to Paramaathma (God): 1)The moving chariot, the body which has ten senses is called Dasaratha. 2)That body which has manas with three gunas Sathva Rajas and thamo gunas are Kausalya, Sumithra, and Kaikeyi. 3)The manas which is turned towards Atma is Sita, 4)The virtues which are meant for Atma to become God is Lakshmana, 5)The body which is meant to do Karma of God is Hanuman, 6)The Bhakti Rasa Thathwam is Bharatha (Who has done Dharma Rakshna when Lord Rama was not present at atmapuri Ayodhya) 7)The enemy for mamakaram i.e., the attachment is Sathrugna. Sathruvulaku Ghanudu (Sathrugna protects the man who has Bhakti Rasa Thathwam to sustain Dharma) 8) The desires in the body is Ravana, 9)The desirous body in which the blood has the three qualities like Vibheeshana, Ravana and Kumbakarna are Sathva Rajas and thamas qualities. 10)The emanated thoughts from the mind are nothing but monkeys 11)That human mind in which the sensual feelings are Vali 12)That human body in which the Jnana Rasam in the Jeevam is nothing but Sugriva (Sareeramuna Uthpathi aiyna Jnana Rasam – Sa + Vu + Ga + Ra + Va) 13)That human body which is full of Daivathvam (Angamuna paru Daivathvam is Angada) 14)The Guru at the Young age is Vasihta (Vairagyam sihtimchesina vadu), the Guru Janaka who gave Sathyam to Rama as His consort, The Guru Viswamithra who makes you do Karma for the welfare of the world. 15)The virtue in us is Lakshmana who is Adesa (one who is with you to obey all the time) and the Karma in us is Hanuman who is Acharana (one who does Karma without any ego and attachment) 16)The bridge towards Manas to kill Desires is the Sethu towards Lanka and after The Kama dahana the coronated place in Ayodhya, 17)The fruit of Sathya Palana and Dharma Rakshana are Lava and Kusa who are nothing but Shanthi and Prema and much more…A must pick up for spiritual enthusiasts!
VijayaSarathi Puchcha is a fifty-six-year-old poet in English and Telugu (Indian language), who
settled in Prasanthi Nilayam, Puttaparthi, Anantapuramu, Andhra Pradesh. After completing
M.Sc. in Chennai, he is employed at Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning (Deemed
University). His life sojourn starts at Puttaparthi and continues…
Having lived in the close proximity with Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba of Puttaparthi, and
having read the literature of all faiths, the natural thinking in line with innate philosophical meaning
in life and living in the journey of knowing the omnipresent, omniscience and omnipotent
concept sprouted and shared, depicting Lord Sri Rama Thathwam (Philosophical inner
meanings in life and living of Lord Rama).
His latent passion in writing poetry from childhood, expressing the philosophical and experiential
meaning of life, living in a society with a purpose, by staying and being employed at Prasanthi
Nilayam reflected more.
The comprehensive reading of the epic story of Lord Rama, Poems, Songs and Thathwam of
each episode in Ramayan takes anyone to realize that all the characters in Ramayan are in
one’s own self, all Philosophical inner meanings in Ramayan are guideposts for the journey of
the soul towards God.
His thirst for knowing inner philosophical meaning in great scriptures and reflection in poetry is
He can be contacted by email, email@example.com for suggestions, sharing of
experience, and corrections if any.
This book titled, “Quantum Physics of Consciousness and Non-duality in Eastern Philosophy” is based on the correlation of the author’s six decades of interest and practices in ‘Eastern Spirituality’ and nearly four decades of learning in ‘Quantum Physics’. One can divide this book into four broad sections: The first section (Chapter 1) consists of ‘Introduction’ (in which the terms: Consciousness, Non-duality, and Eastern Philosophy are briefly introduced). The second section (Chapters 2-8) deals with non-duality in Hinduism (Vedanta, Upanishads, Brahma Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, and many more Vedantic philosophies). The third section (Chapters 9-14) describes non-duality in Buddhism (in India, China, Tibet, Korea, Zen, and Taoism). The fourth section (Chapters 15-16) justifies the title of this book by explaining Consciousness and Non-duality with the help of Quantum Physics and Eastern Philosophy. The author sincerely believes that a book of this nature will go a long way in bridging the gap between these diversified topics. The readers interested in this subject will find this book highly fruitful.
This book is the outcome of discussions done over darshans on varied subjects like life and death , consciousness of the void etc.
The conversation so shared would surely benefit the readers as looking towards life with a better perspective.
From the battlefield of Mahabharata, Lord Krishna uttered the holy words of Bhagavad Gita, the epic of Indian spirituality which has inspired countless people over many centuries. The Bhagavad Gita holds immaculate relevance as natural imbalance is the biggest concern in life at present times. In chapter 7 (verses 4-6) Shree Krishna tells Arjuna about the duality of nature –physical and metaphysical. In chapter 10, Lord Krishna suggests his presence in every particle of the universe and informs mankind to nurture the nature henceforth; for only the assimilation of this principal can stimulate and rejuvenate the natural world. Chapter 17 and 18 give the message of attaining wholeness of being if we follow the principal laws of nature. Since the human body is made up of nature, the deviation from the natural causes disharmony in life and the world in general. The knowledge embedded in Gita is fathomable and logical. The sections seeming difficult also simply direct to infuse oneself with nature. Becoming companion of nature is an easy task for the mankind which is born and fostered by nature.
For the seeker of truth, central to the journey is the guidance of the Guru. Infused with divinity, the Guru guides the seeker to change his/ her perceptivity of the reality of life. A stepping stone to awakening an awareness within the seeker of the shortcomings of man and the need to overcome them. The seeker’s journey is full of highs and lows, often discouraging and disheartening. His/her solace lies in the faith rested in the Guru, who never fails the seeker. Complete surrender by the seeker ensures the path walked on is always lit by hope and blessings of the Guru.