Spiritual features of Ramayan and Shrimadbhagwadgeeta  

1.The Ramayan and Shrimadbhagwadgeeta

Ramayan Shrimadbhagwadgeeta
1. The era in which it was created Tretayug Dwaparyug
2. Creator of the Holy text Maharshi Valmiki Maharshi Vyas
3. Subject of the Holy text


Description of the life of Shrirama Points guiding along various paths of spiritual practice
4. Comprehensibility of the Holy text Easy Difficult
5. Knowledge in the Holy text is useful for which seeker
5 A. Path of spiritual practice Mainly Path of Devotion Mainly Path of Knowledge
5 B. Spiritual level of the seeker 55 to 75 60 to 90
6. Effects of studying Holy texts with spiritual emotion Attachment to the Great Illusion (Maya) decreases  and devotion starts The covering of ignorance is destroyed and the individual becomes active to follow Dharma and spiritual practice
7. Energy active within the Holy text Desire + Knowledge (Note 1) Knowledge + Action (Note 2)
8. Divine Consciousness from the Holy text fights with negative energy from which plane of hell Fifth and sixth Seventh
9. Colour of the Holy text in the subtle Bluish (Note 3) Yellowish (Note 4)


Note 1 : The curiosity to know the life history of Prabhu Shrirama, that is sattvik desire is awakened in the mind of the reader of the Holy text. That is why through the medium of this Holy text energies associated with desire and knowledge are activated.

Note 2 : By reading this Holy text doubts in the mind of the reader are answered and he receives excellent guidance on day-to-day living. Due to energies emitted by this Holy text in the planes of knowledge and action, when the reader reads it it becomes functional on the plane of action.

Note 3 : Since the Ramayan is enriched with devotion, in the subtle it appears bluish in colour.

Note 4 : As the Shrimadbhagwadgeeta is a Holy text saturated with knowledge, in the subtle it appears yellowish.


2. Comparison of different kinds of literature

Writing by the unrighteous Writing at the emotional level (light literature) Superior Holy texts such as Shrimadbhagwadgeeta or commentaries on them
1. Energy  emitted by a Holy text /book
A. Positive energy (%) 0 0-5 50-90
B. Negative energy (%) 30-90 1-20 0
2. Writing inspired by whom Strong negative energies from hell region (patal and narak) Ghosts from nether region (bhuvalok), dissatisfied subtle bodies and yaksha (demi-gods), kinnar and gandharva (celestial musicians) from the  inferior region of heaven (Note 1) Divine grace
3. Author
3 A. Spiritual level (%) 20 or less 25-45 More than 70
3 B. Types Atheist or rebel writer Author or poet Great Saint or Sage
4. Effects of the writing
4 A. Effects on the author Due to inflation of ego he can get engulfed by negative energies Inability to attain a spiritual level due to thinking at the mental or intellectual level Attaining a high spiritual level the writer goes close to God
4 B. Effects on the reader Decreases faith in Dharma in the minds of readers and increases their thoughts against Dharma making them unrighteous As emotion is evoked in readers there is a danger of them getting trapped in thoughts at the psychological level or in the imaginary world They receive spiritual knowledge, verbal knowledge on the truth and thoughts about following Dharma and spiritual practice increase in their minds, taking them closer to God-realisation
4 C. Effects on the premises Negative energy is emitted in the premises polluting it and creating a seat of negative energy there Vibrations of emotion spread in the premises creating a seat of emotions Divine Consciousness (Chaitanya) spreads in the premises saturating it and creating a seat of Divine Consciousness there
5. Benefits to the author through the writing An action against Dharma incurs severe sin taking him to the hell region after death As the author is always at a mental or intellectual level his spiritual progress is arrested. After death he goes to the regions of gandharvas, ancestors (pitar) or nether region and then taking rebirth on the earth as destined permanently gets out of the cycle of birth and death An author performing spiritual practice with expectation receives merits and a place in the region of Deities. Those performing spiritual practice  without expectation make rapid spiritual progress and attain salvation (mukti) or Final Liberation (Moksha)
6. How long does the impact of the Holy text/book last Some years (Note 2) Some months Eternally

Note 1 : As the thoughts inserted in the mind by ghosts and dissatisfied subtle bodies from the nether region (bhuvalok) are distressing, negative energy is emitted by this light literature

Note 2 : As the impact of unrighteous literature lasts for several years many generations can suffer religious and spiritual losses. That is why it is absolutely essential to clear what is unrighteous literature at the thought level, from time to time.

Miss Madhura Bhosale (knowledge received in the subtle), Sanatan ashram, Ramnathi, Goa
Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat