Enjoy the mystical trials and tribulations of Siddha Rajakumar Guruji
The book “Compassion is Divine Service” is about Siddha Rajakumar Guruji’s transformative journey from a budding film producer to an enlightened swami. The book details not only what Siddha Rajakumar had to give up for his new life, but more importantly, what he gained: spiritual enlightenment
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All powerful Siddhas
The Great Mystic Powers of the Siddhas as indicated by Pambatti Siddha; They can transform the upper, middle, and lower worlds into gold, convert rays of sun into their own, and dematerialize the surrounding area in the blink of an eye. The Siddhas create like the Creator himself, and yet, not quite the same. Some have been known to bring the Primal Lord himself to do their bidding, according to their desires. Their goal is to live in equanimity with him.
Siddha Rajakumar was a young South Indian film director when he first met his Guru Siddha Kagapujanda in 1981. He was rigorously trained in spiritual practices and blessed with supernatural yogic powers by Siddha Kagapujanda at the youthful age of twenty-four.
Meet the siddhas
Siddha Rajkumar Guruji
Siddha Rajakumar was a young South Indian film director when he first met his Guru Siddha Kagapujanda in 1981. He was rigorously trained in spiritual practices and blessed with supernatural Siddha yogic powers by Siddha Kagapujanda at the youthful age of twenty-four. Siddha Kagapujanda transformed Siddha Rajakumar into a redeemer of the Age of Vice and escorted his beloved disciple to all the caves and shrines of the Western Ghats, a mountain range of Southern India throughout which siddhas meditate in the astral form.
Siddha Kagapujanda, also known as Thalayati Siddha is the oldest of all the siddhas. According to his disciple Siddha Rajakumar Guruji, Siddha Kagapujanda has witnessed 75,000 million apocalypses. Standing a meager four and a half feet tall, dark in complexion, and scrawny, with prominent bones and nerves, Siddha possessed miraculous capabilities- and without an iota of ego. Within this person the five elements in nature- earth, water, fire, air, and space- were harnessed, standing by to exert themselves at his bidding! He was undemanding, to the point of disbelief!
The two main characters of the book are Siddha Rajakumar, our narrator, and his mentor Siddha Kagapujanda, or Thalaiatti Siddha. The story revolves around the two men’s relationship as it grows from that of mere acquaintances to spiritual guide and disciple.
I want readers to take away the idea of ‘caring for the less fortunate makes one’s life richer’ from the book.