Brahmarishi

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A Brahymarishi is a rishi who is in a constant state of connection, has a constantly high CQ.[1]

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Sanatana Dharma > Achara, Ashramas, Brahman, Brahmarishi, Dharma, GodHead, Moksha, Neo-Hinduism, Paramatman, Purushaarthas, Rishis, Samadhi, Saptarishis, Varnas, Vichara

Rishis > Brahmarishi, Saptarishis

Notes

"A brahmarishi is one who is constantly in communion with Brahman, the Supreme Godhead. That is to say, these rishis are always in a state of cosmic consciousness in which they are immediately in touch with everything in the cosmos. They can be called the highest class of rishis, who have attained the divine knowledge (brahmajnana) or unity with Brahman. This knowledge of the Supreme is attained after years of austerity, meditation, study, and selfless service to the Supreme, resulting in total self-purification. It is a combination of physical, mental, and spiritual exertion."[2]

Footnotes

  1. Vanamali. The Science of the Rishis: The Spiritual and Material Discoveries of the Ancient Sages of India. Toronto: Inner Traditions, 2015.
  2. Vanamali. The Science of the Rishis: The Spiritual and Material Discoveries of the Ancient Sages of India. Toronto: Inner Traditions, 2015.