Hanuman – A Symbol Of The Mind

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Disciplined And Filled With Devotion

Divine Self

Hanuman, the great God of the Ramayana is a symbol of the mind that has become disciplined and filled with devotion. Hanuman is the evolved state of our unruly monkey mind that constantly jumps from thought to thought. This mind is fully focused on the presence of the Divine Self, the Lord of Life within the heart.
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When Rama asks Hanuman, “How do you look upon me?”
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the great hanuman gives a three-part answer, “When I believe I am the body, then I am your faithful servant.
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When I know I am the soul, I know myself to be a spark of your eternal Light.
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And when I have the vision of truth, you and I, my Lord, are one and the same.”
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With this answer, he shows us three states we flow through in our spiritual quest. Many times we identify with the person, the body-mind –ego we think we are. At those times we can realize that we are here to do God’s work, to serve that higher Self in us and in everything.
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One level up and we realize we are not as separate from divine intelligence as we thought, that there is a higher knowing and presence working through us. We sense we are not separate from other beings and that our existence is an expression of the indescribable presence of God in us.
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🚩🚩 ।। जय श्री राम ।। 🚩🚩
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🚩🚩।। जय श्री हनुमान ।। 🚩🚩

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Source : Facebook/Voice Of Hindus

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