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  • Writer's picturePremanandhan Narayanan

Understanding the Raja Yoga Concept of Kalpas and Last Births

Raja Yoga is a spiritual path that focuses on meditation, self-discipline, and self-realization. According to Raja Yoga philosophy, the universe goes through cycles of creation and destruction, known as Kalpas. Each Kalpa is said to be around 5000 years long, and at the end of each Kalpa, there is a judgement day, or 99.99% Pralaya, where the universe is destroyed and then recreated.


Parmathma, means Supreme Soul or God, communicates with Raja Yogis through meditation. The statement "we have come to the close, means judgement Day is in the corner. So it is our last birth in this kalpa for everyone" - suggests that the current Kalpa is coming to an end.





However, it's important to note that this statement is not meant to be taken literally or as a prediction of the end of the world. Instead, it is a symbolic and spiritual message that encourages Raja Yogi's to focus on their spiritual practices and strive for self-realization.


It's also important to understand that becoming karma theeth, or free from the cycle of birth and death, is not a simple or easy process. It requires deep spiritual purification and the burning away of all karmic debts. Therefore, simply practicing Raja Yoga meditation does not guarantee freedom from the cycle of birth and death.


Furthermore, it's important to remember that spiritual beliefs and practices are highly personal and subjective. While some Raja Yogi's may believe that this is their last birth in this Kalpa, others may have different interpretations or experiences.


In summary, the statement that "it is our last birth in this Kalpa for everyone" is a spiritual message that encourages Raja Yogis to focus on their spiritual practices and strive for self-realization. However, it should not be taken as a literal prediction of the end of the world, and becoming karma theeth is a complex and difficult process that requires deep spiritual purification.

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