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Has anyone seen Lord Laxmi Narayana

From: Rama Krishna K (kramakrishna_at_mail.bhelrnd.co.in)
Date: Fri Feb 15 2002 - 21:20:26 PST

Priya Bhagawadbandhuvullara,
Asmathsree Gurubhyo Namaha
Srimannarayana Ramanuja Yathibhyo Namaha
Srimathay Narayananayanamaha
Srimathay Ramanujaya Namaha
Jaishrimannarayana

With reference to a posting 'Has anyone seen Lord Laxmi Narayana' this
dasan with the grace of our Acharyas likes to put forward the following
points
1.  Everybody is in fact is seeing nothing but Lord Laxmi Narayana all
around.  If one does not recognize the same then it is the seer's
limitation.
2.  The whole universe is nothing but a small minuscule of  the Divya
Deham of Lord Srimannarayana
3.  The above is explicitly explained in Srimad Bhagawad Gita chapters
10 and 11 namely Vibhooti Yogam and Vishwaroopa Sandarshana yogam.  Sri
Kulasekhara Azhwar in His Mukundamala says that what we see with our
mortal eyes as the sky is just the navel of  the Lord.
4.  We cannot expect Lord Laxmi Narayana to come out of  this Universe
and give darshan as there is nothing beyond Himself.  Thus Archamoorthy
is the easiest way to have darshan.
5.  What ever we are seeing/visualizing of the  material/non-material
issues as the Earth, Sky, stars, galaxies, Cosmic Time etc. are just a
fraction of the fraction of the fraction of the Lord Sriman Narayana
6.  Biggest  consolation for us is that the same Lord Laxminarayana is
within all of us also, in full form(and obviously His whole Divya
Parivaram follow suit) showering His grace;  and our duty is just do
Mangalasasanams   ........PallAndu PallAndu  PallAyi RattAndu PalakOdi
Nooraayiram MallAndu tinnOl Manivanna un Sevvadi sevvi
Tirukkappu.....................

Jai Sriman Narayana
SarvAparAdhamulatO

Kilambi Ramakrishna Ramanuja Dasan







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