Guru – The SPH
Principle of Guru
sarve vedāśca śāstrāṇi purāṇāni ca saṃhitāḥ ।
smṛtayo dharmaśāstrāṇi śrīgurorvacanaṃ param ।।92।।
gukāro’ndhantamaḥ proktaṃ rukāro bhāskarodayaḥ ।
mohāndhakāraharaṇād gururityabhidhīyate ।।93।।
All the Vedas, Scriptures, Puranas, Samhitas, Smrtis and Dharmaśāstras are the supreme words of divine Guru (92). The syllable ‘gu’ stands for the intense darkness and ‘ru’ for sunrise. So, for the cradication of the darkness of delusion of the disciple), he is called Guru (93).
~śrī Pārameśvaratantra, Fourteen Chapter, Verse 92, 93
The Guru is the central figure of the Hindu civilization in both spiritual and sovereign aspects. In the spiritual life, the Guru is the one who continuously works for aligning the people toward spiritual solutions. As a teacher he attends to the people individually and brings them out of their problems with spiritual guidance. As the leader of the sovereign entity, the Guru guides the kings, queens, generals and other members of the ruling body of the kingdom in their governing practices, to guide the civilization as a whole toward the common goal of expansion or superconscious breakthrough.
cakṣurunmīlitaṃ yena tasmai śrīgurave namaḥ॥34॥
Salutations to Śrī Guru, who with the collyrium stick of knowledge opens the eyes of one who is blinded by the darkness of ignorance.
~ Gurugita 34 Verse
In Hindu tradition, Sri Adi Guru Dakshinamurthy is the primordial expression of the Paramashiva as the guru of all types of knowledge. This aspect of Shiva is his personification as the supreme or the ultimate awareness, understanding and knowledge. This form represents Shiva as a teacher of yoga, music, and wisdom, and giving exposition on the shastras. He is worshipped as the god of wisdom, complete and rewarding meditation.
Hindu tradition accords an esteemed special reverence to the Guru or the teacher. Dakshinamurthy, in the Hindu system of beliefs is regarded as the ultimate Guru – the embodiment of knowledge and the destroyer of ignorance (as represented by the demon being crushed under the feet of the deity).
The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism
The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam is the Guru for the Sovereign Order of KAILASA, which is the governing body for the global Hindu diaspora, around 2 billion people in the world . In addition, He has taken up the responsibility as “Jagatguru” the guru for the whole cosmos, transcending beyond the 2 billion Hindus to every being, either animal and human, on the planet Earth.
In this role he guides each and every member of the Sovereign Order of KAILASA as well as humanity as a whole toward spiritual upliftment and superconsciousness breakthrough.
“When, you don’t have confidence on this truth (the powerful cognitions of Hinduism), the confidence does not manifest as powers (expression of superconsciousness). It’s a vicious circle. Here, I am infusing the energy, and make you manifest the power, that gives you confidence on the software, and confidence gives more power, more power gives more confidence. It becomes virtuous circle. Pushing your life from vicious circle to virtuous circle is the job of the Guru. That’s the job of the Guru. And supporting you, holding you during this push and making sure you are successful is my job” – The SPH
Guru is therefore worshipped primarily in regular puja and rituals in KAILASA. His presence is invoked before beginning any meetings, and even daily activities and work. After worshiping the guru, members of the order then proceed with the subsequent order of activities
Through His tireless hard work and sacrifice, the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism assumes the role of Guru for millions of people worldwide. People of all gender, ethnicity, and background from countries all over the world, who revere and hold the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism as their very own God and as the single hope for their lives, have continuously sought out the opportunity to be relieved from their life’s grievances and experience the touch of The Divine (Deeksha) in the presence of the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism during His various programs, sessions, sarva darshans and even through His digital presence through phone or video conferencing and in social media.
With equal love for His people and overflowing compassion, the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism has made and continues to make Himself available to people who ask for any boon or blessing which their heart desires, or confide in Him as their spiritual guide and Master and receive the spiritual initiation through the Divine touch. The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism has dedicated Himself to the people in countless ways including sitting for 10-15 hours at a time and blessing 100,000 people in a day during the sarva darshan, attending to the phone calls of devotees through Dial-The-Avatar program, and by expanding the digital nation of KAILASA so that the services of KAILASA benefit every individual of humankind.
This, even despite being facing a decade-long persecution against His life attacked and facing more than 50 attempts to assassinate His life, the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism continues to take the ultimate responsibility as Guru for each individual, and Jagatguru, for the whole world.