Narasimha—the Protector God, who defends mankind when no other solutions can be found
Lord Narasimha is one of a nearly infinite number of personified aspects of the causal field of the body. This form of self is a protector, responsible for solving problems, destroying evil and restoring Dharma. Lord Narasimha’s special skill is to find a solution in the face of a double bind or impossible dilemma. The principle of Narasimha is more of a function than a specific form.
With reverent attention our Being portions off areas of the causal body to function as resonating chambers which hum or vibrate with specific energy signatures. These vibrations are the energetic scaffolding upon which the material realm is propagated.
Throughout the history of mankind, this process of creating reality from the inside out, has been understood through myth, legend, and religious stories. Aspects of the process are personified or animated to help clarify how this happens.
In the Vedic Tradition, Lord Narasimha is the fourth avatar of Vishnu. In greatly troubled times, Narasimha incarnates in the form of part man, part lion to destroy evil. Therefore, Narasimha is the Protector God, who defends mankind when no other solutions can be found.
In energy healing, we appeal to the value of Lord Narasimha within the causal field of consciousness when situations seem impossible. The process is to put attention on the value of Lord Narasimha as a manifestation of Self. Then rest awareness in the ocean of Pure Silence — Divine Being. From the field of Silent Being a solution is received as a download within moments. This download includes all the factors necessary to undo the catch-22.
The story of Narasimha is an illustration that no matter how impossible a situation appears, there is always a solution. There is always a way out. The impossible dilemma is represented by a demon, illustrating that the concept of a completely impossible situation is really an illusion. In order to activate your Narasimha energies, first the belief in double binds must be seen from the perspective that they are illusory.
The Story of Narasimha
Lord Vishnu takes the form of Narasimha in his fourth incarnation, the previous one being that of a Boar (Varaha). Vishnu kills the demon Hiranyaksha during his Varaha avatar.
Hiranyaksha’s brother Hiranyakashipu wants to take revenge by destroying Lord Vishnu and his followers. He performs penance to please Brahma, the god of creation. Impressed by this act, Brahma offers him anything he wants.
Hiranyakashipu asks for a tricky boon. That he would not die either on earth or in space; nor in fire nor in water; neither during day nor at night; neither inside nor outside (of a home); nor by a human, animal or God; neither by inanimate nor by animate being.
Brahma grants the boon. With virtually no fear of death he unleashes terror. Declares himself as god and asks people to utter no god’s name except his. However his son Prahlada (who a devoted worshiper of Lord Vishnu!) refuses. Repeated pressurization on him yields no results for Hiranyakashipu. Prahlada declares the omnipresence of Lord Vishnu.
Once Hiranyakashipu points to a pillar and asks if Vishnu is present in it. Prahlada nods in affirmative. Angered at it, he draws his sword and cuts the pillar; Narasimha appears out of the broken pillar.
Narasimha (being a man-lion god form) kills Hiranyakashipu. He comes out to kill at the twilit (neither day nor night);on the doorsteps of his palace (neither inside nor outside); uses his nails to kill (neither animate nor inanimate); puts him on his lap before killing (neither earth nor in space). Thus making power of the boon ineffective.
The death of this demon king is celebrated as Holi (the celebration of colors) in India, especially in the northern parts.
Offered below is a Healing with Lord Narasimha:
- Purifying the source of self created experiences.
- Healing adrenal glands, spleen, thymus.
- Connecting the physical with Mother Divine.
- Heart expansion.