Ramayana Mahabharat Ved Puraans Upnishads our History
Hanuman is the son of Vayu, the wind God. This explains his speed of
movement, his power to become as small or large as he likes, and his
incredible strength. But there are many other yogic secrets hidden behind
Today our world prides itself in a new info tech, with a rapid speed of data, calculation & communication. Science has learned to tap latent powers of nature to transform our outer lives. At a cosmic level, there is a deeper energy that runs everything in the universe.
This is called “Vayu”, which is not just a force of the wind or air element, but
the Kriya Shakti or power of action that governs all inanimate and animate
Vayu manifests as lightning or propulsive force (vidyut).
This is not just the lightning that arises from clouds but the kinetic energy
that permeates all space. Vayu is the energy operative from a subatomic level
to the very Big Bang behind the universe as a whole. Tapping into it is what
the methodology of Yoga is all about.
Vayu at an individual level becomes prana, which is not just the breath
but the life force that holds all our motivations and sustains our inner strength
and will power.
Hanuman represents the cosmic Vayu manifesting through our individual
prana. This occurs when we dedicate our lives to the Divine self or Rama
within us, letting go of our attachment to the external world of appearances.
Hanuman endows us with the atma-shakti or self-power through which we can
realise our higher potential and accomplish what is magical. He grants
us fearlessness, self-confidence, daring and boldness to attempt the
impossible and succeed.
Hanuman is the great hero of the Ramayana, the wonderful story’s most
fascinating character. Though having the form of a monkey, he is said to be
the greatest sage, yogi and devotee.
Jai Shri Hanūman