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But today, as Sahaja Yoga is established as dharma, we have to know about Shri Vishnu who is the basis of dharma. Later on He came on this earth as Shri Ram, then as Shri Krishna, and ultimately as Kalki. It is a beautiful evolution of Shri Vishnu. So, one has to understand what is the basis of dharma. If you know, in the matter they are eight valencies. They are negative, positive and neutral. But in human beings there are ten valencies, and these ten valencies are created by Shri Vishnu, within us . They are protected, looked after, and nourished by Shri Vishnu. And whenever He finds human beings falling down in their dharma, He takes His birth on this earth. Ultimate stage is the Virat. At that stage, this Vishnu principle divides into two: one goes to Virat, another to Viratangana. But the third principle is what you call as the Mahavishnu, which incarnated as Lord Jesus Christ. So all these three principles act, at this time, in Sahasrara mainly.
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So now, where is the dharma? Dharma is within, and that is why this Vishnu principle is to be awakened within yourself. And this principle then expands into many ways. Because Vishnu is the one who is, the one who cures. We call Him a Dhanvantari – means a doctor. He is the one who cures because He is our preserver; He is the preserver of human beings. So if He preserve your dharma, then you don’t get sick. And if you get sick, it is Vishnu who will preserve, who will cure you. So He is the one who is, we can call, Dhanvantari – is a doctor. Also, He is Yama. Yama means the one who is responsible for our death. Of course, the Shiva, the… we can call, the principle of existence…spirit has to go first, and then Yama comes to take charge of the body. It is He who decides: Where should you go? Should you hang in the limbo? Or should we send to the hell? Or if you can go to heaven? All decision is taken by Him, with the help of Mahavishnu – that is Christ. So His job is to come when there is a dead body lying, to take away the spirit, and judge the spirit and put it in its proper place. Now a person who is an adharmi, supposing… Such a person He takes him out and puts him into hell.
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As Sahaja Yoga is established as dharma, we have to know about Shri Vishnu who is the basis of dharma. Later on, He came on this Earth as Shri Ram, then as Shri Krishna and ultimately as Kalki. It is a beautiful evolution of Shri Vishnu....  There were ten avatars, ten incarnations of Shri Vishnu. Now Vishnu is the one who grows to be the Virat, to be the macrocosm.... Dharma is within and that is why this Vishnu principle is to be awakened within yourself. And this principle then expands in many ways. Because Vishnu is the one who cures, we call Him a Dhanvantari. That means a doctor. He is the one who cures because He is our preserver. He is the preserver of human beings.... Also, He is Yama. Yama means the one who is responsible for our death.... Vishnu does not like smoking. Tobacco He does not like. He does not like alcohol. He does not like these drugs. He hates drugs. He does not like many medicines that human beings are producing.... The work of Vishnu is to give you Realization, the emancipation of human beings, the evolution of human beings.
 
As Sahaja Yoga is established as dharma, we have to know about Shri Vishnu who is the basis of dharma. Later on, He came on this Earth as Shri Ram, then as Shri Krishna and ultimately as Kalki. It is a beautiful evolution of Shri Vishnu....  There were ten avatars, ten incarnations of Shri Vishnu. Now Vishnu is the one who grows to be the Virat, to be the macrocosm.... Dharma is within and that is why this Vishnu principle is to be awakened within yourself. And this principle then expands in many ways. Because Vishnu is the one who cures, we call Him a Dhanvantari. That means a doctor. He is the one who cures because He is our preserver. He is the preserver of human beings.... Also, He is Yama. Yama means the one who is responsible for our death.... Vishnu does not like smoking. Tobacco He does not like. He does not like alcohol. He does not like these drugs. He hates drugs. He does not like many medicines that human beings are producing.... The work of Vishnu is to give you Realization, the emancipation of human beings, the evolution of human beings.
 
He is the one who incarnated ten times. (Shri Vishnu Puja 1994 and Shivaratri Puja 2002 and 17 August 1990)
 
He is the one who incarnated ten times. (Shri Vishnu Puja 1994 and Shivaratri Puja 2002 and 17 August 1990)

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But today, as Sahaja Yoga is established as dharma, we have to know about Shri Vishnu who is the basis of dharma. Later on He came on this earth as Shri Ram, then as Shri Krishna, and ultimately as Kalki. It is a beautiful evolution of Shri Vishnu. So, one has to understand what is the basis of dharma. If you know, in the matter they are eight valencies. They are negative, positive and neutral. But in human beings there are ten valencies, and these ten valencies are created by Shri Vishnu, within us . They are protected, looked after, and nourished by Shri Vishnu. And whenever He finds human beings falling down in their dharma, He takes His birth on this earth. Ultimate stage is the Virat. At that stage, this Vishnu principle divides into two: one goes to Virat, another to Viratangana. But the third principle is what you call as the Mahavishnu, which incarnated as Lord Jesus Christ. So all these three principles act, at this time, in Sahasrara mainly.

So now, where is the dharma? Dharma is within, and that is why this Vishnu principle is to be awakened within yourself. And this principle then expands into many ways. Because Vishnu is the one who is, the one who cures. We call Him a Dhanvantari – means a doctor. He is the one who cures because He is our preserver; He is the preserver of human beings. So if He preserve your dharma, then you don’t get sick. And if you get sick, it is Vishnu who will preserve, who will cure you. So He is the one who is, we can call, Dhanvantari – is a doctor. Also, He is Yama. Yama means the one who is responsible for our death. Of course, the Shiva, the… we can call, the principle of existence…spirit has to go first, and then Yama comes to take charge of the body. It is He who decides: Where should you go? Should you hang in the limbo? Or should we send to the hell? Or if you can go to heaven? All decision is taken by Him, with the help of Mahavishnu – that is Christ. So His job is to come when there is a dead body lying, to take away the spirit, and judge the spirit and put it in its proper place. Now a person who is an adharmi, supposing… Such a person He takes him out and puts him into hell. ([1])


As Sahaja Yoga is established as dharma, we have to know about Shri Vishnu who is the basis of dharma. Later on, He came on this Earth as Shri Ram, then as Shri Krishna and ultimately as Kalki. It is a beautiful evolution of Shri Vishnu.... There were ten avatars, ten incarnations of Shri Vishnu. Now Vishnu is the one who grows to be the Virat, to be the macrocosm.... Dharma is within and that is why this Vishnu principle is to be awakened within yourself. And this principle then expands in many ways. Because Vishnu is the one who cures, we call Him a Dhanvantari. That means a doctor. He is the one who cures because He is our preserver. He is the preserver of human beings.... Also, He is Yama. Yama means the one who is responsible for our death.... Vishnu does not like smoking. Tobacco He does not like. He does not like alcohol. He does not like these drugs. He hates drugs. He does not like many medicines that human beings are producing.... The work of Vishnu is to give you Realization, the emancipation of human beings, the evolution of human beings. He is the one who incarnated ten times. (Shri Vishnu Puja 1994 and Shivaratri Puja 2002 and 17 August 1990)

Wikipedia

Vishnu is one of the most significant deities in Hinduism. He is also known as Narayana and Hari. He is conceived as "the Preserver or the Protector".

In Hindu sacred texts, Vishnu is usually described as having the dark complexion of water-filled clouds and having four arms. He is depicted as a pale blue being, as are his incarnations Rama and Krishna. He holds a padma (lotus flower) in his lower left hand, the Kaumodaki gada (mace) in his lower right hand, the Panchajanya shankha (conch) in his upper left hand and the discus weapon considered to be the most powerful weapon according to Hindu Religion Sudarshana Chakra in his upper right hand.