Siddhas

Brammarishi Kagapujandar

Brammarishi Kagapujandar is the oldest of all the Siddhas who has witnessed 750,000 apocalypses according to his disciple Annai Siddhar Raj Kumar Swamigal, one of the greatest contemporary spiritual masters the world has ever witnessed. During my stay in the Brammarishi Hills, Brammarishi Kakapujandar, who roams the hills in his astral body, revealed to me and many others that Raj Kumar Swamigal is his divine incarnation. Raj Kumar Swami is an enlightened soul who had previously taken the form of many avatars (divine incarnations) and whom has a direct link with all the Rishis and Siddhars who persist in their astral forms; yet Swamigal is so modest that he does not allow anybody to worship him or fall at his feet. Brammarishi Kagapujandar showed the path of spiritual enlightenment to his disciple Raj Kumar Swamigal when he was 24-years-old. That path is demonstrated by all the Siddhas as the true path of compassion and charity. In the year 2000 Raj Kumar Swamigal formed Maha Siddhargal Trust, the sole aim of which is to evoke the deeply embedded grace within all of us: feeding the needy and other generous acts are instrumental and act as a catalyst in awakening the idea of charity, compassion, and love within oneself.

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Raj Kumar Swami –  kundalini awakening

There is a lot of discussion on the topic of Kundalini. Many want to awaken it. But those who attempt to may not know what it is and whether it is appropriate. An enormous energy, it has to be awakened by a proper mentor who had already woken his kundalini. Very few people have had the privilege of this experience.

The great Siddha Purusha Raj Kumar Swamigal has said that the kundalini should be awakened in ones body before he or she turns thirty. At this age the body is flexible and as a result it may not lead to other complications.

Raj Kumar Swami also said that only when the disciple has unquestionable surrender to his or her guru, can he or she awaken the kundalini energy. Brammarishi Kagapujandeeswarar awakened the kundalini energy in Raj Kumar Swamigal when Swami was only 24 years old. He described it as a joyful experience.

In this picture he is awakening his kundalini energy.

Autobiography of Siddha Raj Kumar Swami

http://www.scribd.com/doc/34566990/Autobiography-of-Siddha-Raj-Kumar-Swami

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Gomatha Adhirai

The cows in the Brammarishi Hills are a source of joy and peace. Every Tuesdays and Fridays early morning Gomatha Pooja is conducted for a cow. The cow is bathed and decorated with saffron and kumkum. A new sari is thrown on its body and a garland adorns its neck. People stand around the cow, chanting mantras and tossing flowers at the cow. Click on to listen to this manthra.

Raj Kumar Swamigal despises the slaughtering of cows. According to him, Mother Earth agonizes when a cow is killed and causes the earth to quake. He says that a cow has many angels dwelling on it. When we honor a cow, the angels bless us.

His favorite cow is ‘Adhirai’. This is the cow you see in this picture. Swami says that a few months before he bought this cow he had her in his vision while he was traveling with his wife Mathaji Rohini. The next day Mathaji Rohini, through her dreams, discovered where to look for the cow. Immediately Swami brought the cow to Brammarishi Hills. Adhirai has her history. Swami said that Adhirai was a Rishi Pathini (a female ascetic) during the time of Kovalan and Kannagi. Their story took place in the first century in South India. Kovalan was an extremely rich merchant who left his wife Kannagi soon after the marriage for a woman called Madhavi. Kovalan left Madhavi and came back to Kannagi, after spending all his fortune on her of course. Kannagi welcomed him as if nothing happened and together they took off to a city called Madhurai with plans to sell Kannagi’s jem studded anklets and to start their new life. Adhirai the Rishi Pathini accompanied them to Madhurai.

If rishis have karma to get over they are born as cows. That is the story of how Adhirai ended up as a cow. Adhirai is now in a farm near Kolli Hills. The farm belongs to Raj Kumar Swami’s Maha Siddhargal Trust. A few months ago, when Adhirai was going to be taken to Kolli Hills from Brammarishi Hills she refused to get in to the vehicle. Swami touched her head gently and told her to go after which she got in to the vehicle.

Mathaji Radha is performing Gomatha Pooja at Brammarishi Hills


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Guardian Angels of Brammarishi Hills

Siddhas revere nature. They prefer that people live in thatched cottages. They have deep feeling not only for the human beings around them, but also for the trees, plants, animals, and birds. There was a great Siddha Purusha Ramalinga Vallalar lived in South India. When he saw a withered plant, he felt despair.

Raj Kumar Swamigal loves nature – the birds, animals, and plants. The dogs in Brammarishi Hills are very friendly. He calls them –Bairava, guardian angel. Their food is vegetarian – milk, rice and biscuits. Swami says that dogs had been millionaires in their previous lives. He says that when we feed them, especially stray dogs, they bless us with lots of money.  The cottage Swami stays is in the bottom of the hills. It is very common to see the Bairavas barking at the hills in the middle of the night. Swami says that the Bairavas can see the siddhas in their astral forms. Sometimes when I sleep in the balcony, I have seen shimmering lights illuminating the hills at night.

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The path of siddhas

The path of siddhas is simultaneously easy and hard. It is easy in the sense that one does not need to endure years of spiritual practices. As kali yuga (age of vice) is ending people are given the maximum number of chances to perform good deeds in order to be redeemed. Siddhas do not care whether one is literate or not; rich or poor. They expect honesty and sincerity. People from all walks of life can follow their path.

What is that path? It is one in which you express compassion and charity towards all living beings. The siddhas themselves led an ascetic life with minimal needs. They worshiped nature. They loved all living beings and practiced vegetarianism. They loved all beings unconditionally and eased their sufferings. Most of them took alms to feed the needy.

How can we be compassionate and charitable to all living beings? God is an omnipresent energy that pervades everything from the cosmos to atoms. This energy encompasses every particle of our being to amalgamate us into one big universe. In that way we are related to each and every spirit.

Generosity and hospitality were the virtues valued most in the ancient world. As life became harder people became self-centered.  Even if they had more than necessary they were unable to give to others who are in need. Materialism is the rule of the world. One who gives away his or her material possessions to those less fortunate or to someone in need is considered enlightened by the Siddhas. Service to mankind is the path of liberation.

Compassion towards all living beings is divine worship.


Raj Kumar Swami’s visit to the sacred hills

Almost everything is based on the fact that God’s Grace can be obtained only through leading a life of compassion in regards to all living beings and not by any other means.

Siddha Raj Kumar Swami’s life is based on this principle. Throughout the year, he organizes charitable activities on at least nine sacred hills in South India. These include the Top Slip in Pollachi, Suruli Hills, Pothigai Hills, Nambi Hills, Kalahasthi Hills, Kolli Hills, Sadhuragiri Hills, and Theerthamalai near Thiruvannamalai. Every December a large scale charitable activity is organized in Brammarishi Hills. During these trips Raj Kumar Swami inspires the members of his Maha Siddhargal Trust, patrons and philanthropists to sponsor charitable activities such as feeding the hungry, and offering siddha medicinal oil –Sanjeevani oil- tooth power, leheyam free to the needy and tribal and offering clothes to women and children.

The secret behind visiting these sacred hills is that the caves where the Siddhas meditated are found here. After the Fire Pooja (Yagna), Swami feeds the people in these hills. It is believed that the Siddhas who are in the subtle body will consume the food we offer to the needy. We receive the benefit of feeding one siddha by feeding ten thousand people. The siddhas bless all the people in the world to live with peace and protection.

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