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The wholeness of infinite silence and peace can be experienced through our own physiology
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20 February 2012
On 20 February, during the global celebration of Mahashivaratri, Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam, honoured by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi as first ruler of the Global Country of World Peace, commented that on this day we celebrate 'our true unbounded nature in infinite bliss and peace'.
Maharaja commented on the quality of 'infinite silence, pure Being, perfect undisturbed peace'—described in the Vedic literature as 'the fourth,* the unifying value of all diversity'. On that level, Maharaja said, Maharishi has established all aspects of his knowledge and the administration of his organizations around the world—'the source of all intelligence, creativity, and dynamism, from the pure field of infinite silence.'
On this day, Maharaja commented, 'we go back to our Self, our individual Self which we have understood and experienced through Maharishi's [technologies of consciousness] to be infinite, unbounded peace, infinite silence . . . established in our pure level of consciousness, which we are able to experience through the instrumentality of the nervous system and the whole brain. . . .
'Therefore, knowing that while there is infinite diversity even in the structure of our own physiology—almost infinite amounts of individual qualities and their interactions—all of these different values are unified, they work together. In their working together in harmony, each supporting each other, and each feeling as parts of the whole, they create the whole. They allow the whole to be experienced.'
This wholeness of the quality of infinite silence, Maharaja said, 'is independent and unbounded and doesn't change with changes of any surface aspect or any transformations. And that wholeness can be experienced through our own human physiology, which is Totality and wholeness.
'Today we rejoice in this gift of nature, this divine gift to us, that we can be infinity, live infinity, experience infinity, and have all our dynamism always anchored in that level of pure, unbounded Being,' Maharaja concluded, saying that this is a 'great day of reminding ourselves of our true unbounded nature in infinite bliss and peace'.
* Maharishi explained that the Vedic literature describes this field of infinite silence as a fourth state of consciousness. This is in accord with the findings of modern physiological research, which has characterized the restfully alert state of mind and body during the Transcendental Meditation Technique as a major fourth state of consciousness, distinct from waking, dreaming, and deep sleep.
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