Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS), a non- government, non-profit and a leading spiritual organization, headed and founded by Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, conducted a five-day program of Ram Katha from 24th to 28th December 2019 at Thathal, District Una, Himachal Pradesh. The spiritual orator of the katha and disciple of revered Gurudev, Sadhvi Rupeshwari Bharti Ji explained the supreme philosophy of Lord Rama and further unfolded the life lessons from Ramayana. Sadhvi Ji reiterated the spiritual significance of the life and deeds of Shri Rama.
The word "Rama" literally means one who is divinely blissful and who gives joy to others, and one in whom the sages rejoice. Bhagwan Rama exemplified the perfect person; he embodied the divine on Earth, and he taught us how to live our lives in accordance with dharma and divine principles. Bhagwan Rama was the embodiment of compassion, gentleness, kindness, righteousness and integrity. Although he had all the power in the world, he still was peaceful and gentle. Shri Rama is oftentimes called the paragon of humanity, an example of the perfection of human nature. He was adored as the very embodiment of Dharma and had exemplary nature of conduct.
She explained that Satguru is the one who takes you from darkness to light by blessing you with divine knowledge of self-realization. Ram Rajya could only be established based on divine knowledge called Brahm Gyan. This Divine Knowledge can only be realized by any human, with the grace of an awakened spiritual Master. The technique was imparted to Shri Rama by his spiritual teacher Mahrishi Vasisth. Satguru Ashutosh Maharaj Ji has been blessing each soul with Brahm Gyan so one can clean himself and contribute in the vision of ‘Ram Rajya’ transforming into reality even today.
Our great ones and sacred texts exhort vividly and unanimously that spirituality dawns in your life only after direct communion with your spiritual self, the soul. But this direct communion with your soul, involving the direct perception of your soul, can be established only after the achievement of Divine Knowledge or Brahm Gyan by the grace of a bonafide guru. Thereupon, when one walks steadfastly on the path of spirituality as revealed by the Perfect Master, discriminative faculty is gradually awakened, enabling one to discriminate between the real and the unreal. Thus, the Katha successfully concluded revealing the spiritual indications inherent in the acts of Shri Rama. The transcendental bhajans filled the atmosphere with mystical emotions.