Pritam Muniji

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Early life

Pritam Muniji in Kayavarohan

Hon. Pritam Muniji was born on 14 February 1977 in a village named Sarsan, Gujarat state. As a child itself he decided to take Sannyasa and devote his life to spread Yoga and Sanatana culture. For the first time he left his house in 1989 to spend entire night in a Devi Temple Meditating. That particular night he was blessed by two Yogis having sparkling body. They discussed among themselves certain things and later one of the Stunning yogis having thin and long body agreed to take future responsibilities of young boy, later both of them disappeared blessing him. After this he started feeling some sort of invisible guidance, cooperation, and security. He preferred not to share his personal divine experience with anybody. Again in February 1993 he left the house to visit Girnar Mountains. Visiting Girnar he came back to start write-up in details about the “Cultural Revival of Sanatana Dharma” throughout the world and methods of Saadhna in the fields of renunciation – propensity. He was not interested in formal education, but to satisfy the wishes of his parents he acquired a degree in science faculty as well mastered different disciplines. He also travelled in different mountain ranges like Himalaya, Girnar, Abu etc. including on the banks of rivers Ganga, Yamuna, Tapi, Narmada, and Mahi and so on. The supreme grace of his guru Lord Shiva guided and protected him all the way. After some time love towards the God and inclination to take Sannyasa, he asked blessings of his nearest family members to leave the house. On 27 November 2003 he left his home.

Spiritual Initiation

Direct disciple of 28th incarnation of lord Shiva Lakulishji – Hon. Kripalu Muniji's (Bapuji) disciple Hon. Sucharit Muniji and Hon. Rajarshi Muniji, initiated him in Sannyasa Initiation, respectively on 16 February 2004, and 27th of February 2009. [[1]]

Life after Spiritual Initiation

After receiving initiation in Sannyasa, Hon. Pritam Muniji left for Himalaya to stay near Masoori, then at village Kanjetha, on the banks of river Narmada, and again near Dehradoon to spend five years in Solitary life and Mauna (silence) practicing Yoga (Feb. 2004 to Sept. 2009). Again on 27 May 2009, receiving best wishes from staunch followers Muniji left for Himalaya. He decided not to come back to civilian society till he receives such instruction from the Lord Shiva. After coming back from Himalayas in July 2009, Spiritual Guru, Hon. Rajarshi Muniji, the direct disciple in Lord Lakulish linage initiated him in this particular linage and offered all the rights as a Guru to spread the spiritual work started by lord Lakulish.

Shiva Volition “Resurgence of Sanatana culture”

Work started by Hon. Kripalu Muniji in 1956,” Resurgence of Sanatana culture”, and handed over to Hon. Rajarshi Muniji in 1993, was now passed over to Hon. Pritam Muniji. This way the massage given to him by Lord Lakulish in the state of meditation in 2007 was officially delivered to him after two and half year by Hon. Rajarshi Muniji. Graciousness of lord Lakulishji allowed Hon. Pritam Muniji to work in the field of “Resurgence of Sanatana culture” throughout the world. Hon. Pritam Muniji decided to devote his entire life for the cause and with the help of total Yoga practice, explain others as well, how to become free from bondages of five basic elements and achieve immortality. Hon. Pritam Muniji tirelessly started travelling all over India to spread the message of “Resurgence of Sanatana culture” he as well visited different countries like, Mauritius, New Zealand, Australia, U.K., U.A.E. Nepal and so on. In nearest future around the world trip is on the cards which includes all six continents. If we may describe the life of Hon. Pritam Muniji in few words, that is, selfless life saturated with love towards one and all, spreading, and revival of Sanatana Culture throughout the world. Helping needy persons, spreading the techniques of Yoga Practice, allowing to achieve Divine Body, which is free from worldly sufferings like sorrow, desires, sickness and death.

Lakulish Sanatana Sanskriti Prabodhan Abhiyan

In the year of September 2010, Hon. Pritam Muniji established “Lakulish Sanatana Sanskriti Prabodhan Abhiyan” (Lakulish Sanatana Culture Persuasion Mission) in New Delhi, to propagate “Revival of Sanatana culture” throughout the world. He is determined to propagate this work all over the world.

Bhagavan Lakulish

Around 5000 years back “Bhagavan Lakulish” was born as an Incarnation of “Lord Shiva”. On behest of Bhagavan Lakulish “Revival of Sanatana Culture” throughout the world was undertaken by lineage of divine tradition and gurus of his dynasty. One beautiful winter evening around 5.30pm in the year of 2007 Bhagavan Lakulish blessed Hon. Pritam Muniji in Divine form while he was sitting in meditation. Hon. Pritam Muniji promised his guru the incarnation of Lord Shiva to take responsibilities of “Revival of Sanatana Culture” throughout the world. Automatically after Bhagavan Lakulishji presented himself in front of Hon. Pritam Muniji all the required things started rolling smoothly, be it spiritual or practical to spread “Revival of Sanatana Culture” throughout the world. At present more and more people from India as well from all over the world are joining hands with Hon. Pritam Muniji to spread “Revival of Sanatana Culture” throughout the world, doing so they are accepting a simple way of life consisting of Sanatana dharma principles. “Lakulish Sanatana Sanskriti Prabodhan Abhiyan” an organization was registered by Hon. Pritam Muniji in the year 2010 in Delhi to be able to work all over the world. Under the auspicious guidance of Hon. Pritam Muniji, lots of volunteers, persuader, and spokespersons are being trained. More and more people who are really hungry of real knowledge are taking spiritual initiation and starting to walk on the path of self realization. People from every village, city, state, country, representing every cast, religion, nationality, or gender are welcome to join in this mission for the sake of self development in cultural and spiritual life. We welcome everyone in a Universal family with a wish – May everyone be Happy.

Compiled from Hon. Pritam Muniji's Discourses

Bhagavan says

यदा यदा हि धर्मस्य ग्लानिर्भवति भारत। अभ्युत्थानमधर्मस्य तदात्मानं सृजाम्यहम्॥

परित्राणाय साधूनां विनाशाय च दुष्कृताम्। धर्मसंस्थापनार्थाय सम्भवामि युगे युगे॥

yadā yadā hi dharmasya glānirbhavati bhārata|

abhyutthānamadharmasya tadātmānaṁ sṛjāmyaham||

paritrāṇāya sādhūnāṁ vināśāya ca duṣkṛtām| dharmasaṁsthāpanārthāya sambhavāmi yuge yuge|| (B.G. 4-7, 8)

O Bharat! whenever righteousness is on the decline, unrighteousness is in the ascendant, and then I do come myself forth, for the protection of the virtuous, for the extirpation of evil-doers, and for establishing Dharma (righteousness) on a firm footing. I manifest myself from age to age.

God creates cultural and spiritual loyalty as well social systems according to the policy of dharma in human incarnation. The God comes to the earth in some human incarnation to regulate the social regulations according to the policies of dharma and Sanatana culture. Sanatana dharma is not the creation of any human being. Paramaatmaa has given some principles and values of dharma to humankind while creating this world, and they shall be valid till the end of this universe. This Sanatana way of life is totally free from any controversies, it assures totalitarian welfare of everybody and everything, it is permanent, and principles of this Sanatana culture are genuine for all the times to come. Different great personalities at different time and places tried to rectify different opinions which were against basic principles. They tried to mould dharma, karma, human welfare, and principles in proper way according to the present social conditions. Their efforts allowed human society to eradicate their degrading material way of life, and allow them to lead a life full of humanitarian welfare. Later group of individual persons strongly believing and following in those principles presented by some or the other Wise Man, named it as the only real Dharma. This way the time has given birth to different Dharma. People started believing only in hereditary linage of those wise persons and denying the pure values of Sanatana dharma. Human Society started worshiping human being who is prone to birth-sickness-death, instead of worshiping real God incarnation. Propagators of religion, religious places, and monasteries, instead of following the truth, Tenacity, Sacrifice, and simple way of life saturated with wishes to do something for the welfare of society, started building Great palaces, buildings coated with gold, and collection of rich treasure. Result was obvious, basic needs of a vast number of persons in the society were left without basic requirements to lead a normal life. Number of baggers, thieves, grief ridden persons, and miserable people started increasing. Basic principle of physical world was destabilized, as a result balance between earth, water, fire, and air was disturbed and natural calamities started making havoc throughout the worlds. People started thinking the creator and destiny is not favorable and they have to do with it. Here most important is to find our own faults and accept the values of Sanatana dharma, Sanatana culture, lead a simple life and spread this all around.

(Compiled from Hon. Pritam Muniji's discourses)

It is obvious that all the Beings in this world always crave for eternal happiness, healthiness, fearlessness, freedom from sorrow and death. This can be achieved through spiritual knowledge only. Discourses, stories can give you only some sort of worldly explanations; it cannot provide you eternal happiness, health, and courage. One cannot become a wrestler only by reading books about wrestling or listening to the lectures about it, one has to have good practice and healthy food for it. The same way one can become only sensible by reading books or attending discourses on spiritual knowledge, but to gain spiritual knowledge, retention of self-experience and yoga practice is most essential. Retention of spiritual knowledge is possible only with the help of Practical and Scientific Yoga. The practice of yoga is not for the benefit of health only. The aim of Yoga Practice is to become free from its present miserable state, bondage in Maya, sorrow, death, ignorance and to achieve the state of total freedom. It is to reach the state of immortality, and to reach the stage of Divinity.

(Compiled from Hon. Pritam Muniji's discourses)

Shvetashvetara Upanishad says clearly पृथ्व्यजोऽनिलखे समुत्थिते पञ्चत्मके योगुणे प्रवृत्ते। न तस्य रोगो न जरा मृत्युः प्राप्तस्य योगग्निमयं शरीरम्॥ pṛthvyajo'nilakhe samutthite pañcatmake yoguṇe pravṛtte| na tasya rogo na jarā mṛtyuḥ prāptasya yogagnimayaṁ śarīram|| Means: - A person, a Yogi who experiences the manifestation and inter relationship of basic five elements Earth, Water, Fire, Air and space, who achieves the body full of Yoga energy never falls sick, never becomes old, and reaches immortality. If a kid wants to become a doctor and says, I do not want to attend basic school, please give me direct admission to medical college, it is not done. He must prove his eligibility by securing very good marks in science in school level first. Through the practice of various aspects of YOGA one has to cleanse (purify) oneself from bodily impurities, distracters, and intellectual conditioning, to successfully achieve the highest horizons of Yoga. For that, first of all one should chant Mantra received from a GURU having full strength of Mantra Consciousness. Along with the same, one should purify and strengthen vitality with the help of yoga exercise, Pranayam, Shatakarma, Bandha, and Mudra. One has to develop good ordination, strong Resolutions, through Satsanga, learning scriptures, Contemplation, Rumination, Mauna (silence), and total self contemplation. Practicing Yoga, Pranayam and meditation helps remove ignorance and helps enlighten one's Satva gun (pure qualities) and knowledge of Brahman. To enter the higher level of Yoga it is essential to receive long term guidance of guru to purify entire internal self as well experiencing the knowledge of yoga philosophy with practice. An eligible Shishya receives yoga initiation from his guru and guided through the divine path of yoga by unfolding its secrets. This way a Saadhaka experiencing knowledge and accomplishment gradually enters the state of Samadhi. Sometimes Yoga accomplishments distract Saadhaka from the right path, that is why a Yoga Saadhaka should always keeps himself away from it and reach the ultimate heights of Yoga to get rid of sickness, diseases and death to achieve immortal divine body and liberation. We are the descendants of great sages, we are not suppose to west out life and time in acquiring wealth, pleasure, comfort, and honor, but to try and improve our present and future spiritually.

(Compiled from Hon. Pritam Muniji's discourses)

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