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Ideal administration based on the Unified Field: Address of Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam
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12 April 2011
During the global celebration of Raam Navami—the awakening of ideal administration through total Natural Law—on 12 April 2011, Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam, honoured by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi as First Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace, addressed an assembly of leaders of the Global Country in MERU, Holland and at the Brahmasthan (geographical centre) of India.
Maharaja began by commenting on the beautiful address Maharishi gave on this occasion on 27 March 2007, a video of which was played earlier in the celebration. In this address, Maharaja said, Maharishi 'has put his total administration and Total Knowledge for the whole world, under the glorious reality of Rajaraam the Great, Shri Raam of Ayodhya,' the embodiment of wholeness, Totality, 'revered and honoured, and a total blessing to the whole humankind'.
Maharaja went on to present the profound principle Maharishi brought out about the nature of Raam. Maharishi expressed the reality of Raam as Brahm (Totality, total Natural Law), wholeness, understood in modern science as the Unified Field, and honoured his administration of all the leaders of the Global Country of World Peace as 'the expression of Raam, as guiding and administering from that level of Totality, of Brahm, of wholeness.'
This understanding that Raam is Totality is a great blessing from the Vedic Tradition, Maharaja said. He explained that there are many different perspectives today on what or who Raam is—'we see again that ''beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.'' ' For some, Raam is divine; for others Raam may be an enemy, as in the Ramayana in the Vedic Literature; or a story or inspiration, which people may feel is unrelated to them; or a topic of contention.
'Therefore, depending on the state of consciousness of the individual, we have different perceptions of what Raam is. Many of those perceptions are true, maybe all of them, depending on where one is in one's life, what one is doing, one's expectations and outlook.
'The true reality of Raam,' Maharaja said, 'is revealed to us by Maharishi—that Raam is beyond any sect, beyond any religion, beyond any belief system, beyond any particular performance or activity—and yet he is in every one of them at the same time. That's the same way as the Unified Field is transcendental to every aspect of manifestation, yet is inherent and present, and alive, and active in every aspect of manifestation.
'As Maharishi beautifully demonstrated and as science keeps confirming, that the Unified Field is the source, course, and goal of everything. That every point in creation, no matter how small it is, or how big it is, how huge it is on the expressed level, has within it in an unmanifest way, all the Laws of Nature—the Totality of the whole intelligence and power of Natural Law is present indiscriminately in every point of creation, in every aspect of expression.
'Somewhere it expresses itself in one way; another place in another way; in another place in a bigger or smaller way—but that same one, unbounded pure Being is everything and everywhere at every time, past, present, and future. And that is Brahm, and that is Raam on the expressed level.
'So Raam is an expression of that infinity, a total expression of that infinity. Raam as a ruler of Ayodhya, is a physical reality, physical presence, but so perfect in its structure, so complete in its own constitution, that it truly reflects all of Natural Law in a living, breathing, seeing, and acting manner. The whole Constitution of the Universe is there.
Global Good News will continue to feature the address of Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam in the coming days.
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