The first Teachings of Bhagwan Valmik Ji

“Salutaions to the Principle of Truth, from which all beings shine forth and have their existence and where alone they attain quiescence or absorption.”

Yoga Vasistha. Ch1.V1.

Where else have you ever seen a book that within the very first two lines the author answers the greatest scientific and religious questions about God and Creation? Bhagvan Valmiki, out of infinite, divine love and compassion does just that in his book the Yoga Vasistha.

The Yoga Vasistha was written by Bhagvan Valmiki and in this book Bhagvan tells us about the spiritual teachings that were given to Lord Rama by his teacher Sage Vashishtha before Lord Rama set off on his journey as told to us by Bhagavan in the Ramayana. In actual fact, the Yoga Vasistha and the Ramayana are not two separate books but the Yoga Vasistha is the beginning section of the Ramayana.

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Update from the Youth Workshop held on 2nd October 2010

We started with this months session in the usual way. The Langar Hall was filled with sounds of our chanting of the Gayathri Mantra in Sanskrit and the holy vibrations from our practice of Trancendental Light Meditation.

After catching up from the previous months workshop, we talked about the topic of this month, which was all about Lord Rama. We looked at and discussed at an extract from the Ramayana where Lord Rama, along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, visit Bhagvan Valmiki’s Ashram and Bhagvan tells us all about the divinty of Lord Rama.

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Bhagwan Valmik Ji Birth Anniversary Celebrations

The Bhagwan Valmik Mandir Bedford celebrated the auspicious occasion of Bhagwan Valmik Ji’s Birth Annivesary between Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th October 2010. The occasion commenced with the reading of the Sampuran Ramayan Ji Katha (reading of the holy Ramayanan written by Bhagwan Valmik Ji) at 11:00am on Friday 22nd October. The reading of the Holy Scriptures continued up until 7:00pm, which was followed by an hour of Bhajan Kirtan. At the close of the day, on this special occasion the Mandir is always pleased to serve Saag and Mhaki di roti to everyone present. The reading of the Sampuran Ramayan recommenced the following day at 7:00am through to 6:00pm. Followed by Bhajan Kirtan, the day concluded with a special treat for the youngster with the serving of pizza and chips.

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