what is it to be Ajah?

What is it to be an Ajah? what is Ajah dharma?


The way of Ajah is the way of wisdom


most of all an Ajah is he who knows himself…

  • To be an Ajah is to know everything is God the unborn, the ajah, the homogenous energy of entirety of everything. The realm of the one love.

  • To be an Ajah is to know that because of false association with ego-identity, us and them is percieved, and duality is seen. In this realm spirit(yang) and matter(yin) are percieved as seperate… we must reunite them through sacred knowledge. The realm of duality

  • To be an Ajah is to know that the realm of all things, is the realm of suffering, with no purpose and a percieved aloneness, arising from the ego confusing the sense of one-ness with alone-ness. This is a sad place to be and leads to desperation, depression, and spiritual decay.

  • To be Ajah is to be one who knows his oneness with God he roams the world like a deity

    The Ajah is devoid of unreal pleasures. The real heart of this philosophy is the true love for Ajah- the cosmic spirit, whom is the highest joy. Ajah loves everything with the same intensity like his/her love for God. It is like unconditional love to all beings equally as he/she sees the world as the manifestation of the cosmic spirit. Nothing is seperate from Ajah. Every things around is Ajah in one form or other and he should passionately embrace it.

    However Ajah may live as religious ascetics or as laypeople. The householder live as married couples and perform daily rituals in their homes. The ascetic take initiation, many times even renunciant vows, and may wander through the countryside.

    Ajah usually dress in orange/saffron and white, to show their association with the religious life. Men and women both wear long hair (often in a topknot),and sometimes rudraksha beads (sacred to the god Shiva), or any other set of beads. Women may wear simple white or saffron saris and no jewelry.

    The Ajah emphasize spontaneity and the states of religious ecstasy and creativity that come of their own accord, without effort. These states are highly valued by Ajah. Ajah still appreciate the role of disciplined sadhana(spiritual practice ), which seeks to induce the state of mystic ecstasy.

    Ajah has always been, for all beings are Ajah, although absolute he is to be meditated on as dwelling within the center of your being. Ajah is also the name given to a spiritual warrior, one who combats the universal enemy: self-ignorance(ego) ultimate source of suffering, Those who are awake. The Spiritual Warrior is a person who challenges the dreams of fear, lies, false beliefs, and judgments that create suffering and unhappiness in his or her life. It is a war that takes place in the heart and mind of a man or woman. The quest of the Spiritual Warrior is the same as spiritual seekers around the world. The Spiritual Warrior faces this challenge with the clarity and awareness that this war is fought within himself and that Truth and unconditional love are on the other side of these battles.The Ajah, the spiritual warrior’s only complete and right practice is to compassionately teach the ways of wisdom, peace &understanding. The Ajah is one who studys, worships, serves, and use the mystical energy that is Ajah. To win the war against fear requires awareness, courage, discipline, and commitment to transform the emotional body. These are some of the characteristics of a Ajah warrior.

    As a spiritual warrior the Ajah is willing to fight for peace and justice, when the goodness & peace is threatened, but remember, The Ajah fights only as a last resort. The Ajah trusts in God first and seeks other ways to resolve a situation: patience, logic, tolerance, attentive listening, negotiation, persuasion, calming techniques. The first and most vital tool of the Ajah warrior is awareness. It is easy to we think we are aware, but pure awareness has no thinking involved. It has no thinking because it has no interpretation. Awareness is to perceive with clarity the truth of what is happening without interpretation or opinion. In a moment of awareness the dialogue in the mind stops. We are “seeing” from a point or view separate from the reasoning part of our mind. This could be described as an epiphany. Practiced seer’s live in this awareness in every moment. Awareness is essential because it is the state of consciousness that allows us to discern between the facts and the Truth. Self awareness is the clarity to know who and what you are, and not get caught up in self important images of ourselves. These self important images in our mind distort our sense of who we are. False images can lead us to low self esteem and self confidence, or they can take us into being self centered. If you have an idea of who you are, then consider that you are not that idea in your mind. You are the one creating the idea, and observing it. Self awareness that you are not any of those images in your mind is essential to becoming free of self importance.

    The Ajah warrior has the courage to question challenge his or her own beliefs. By challenging our own beliefs we can dissolve the lies that cause our suffering. To challenge our own beliefs requires courage because it means the end of our illusion of safety. Ajah warrior must have the discipline to practice deal with their own mind without someone else providing the motivation. An Ajah must exercise their own will at the command of their heart, not an outside authority figure. This often means going against the fearful opinions in our mind that tempt us with illusions of punishment and rewards. We must always have the discipline to follow our own heart.

    The Ajah must love him self. The Ajah then extends that love to humanity. The commitment is required because in our journey we will certainly fumble and fall many times. It is in having a strong commitment that we get back up again. Discerning the will of God is often achieved through night-long “reasonings”, part theological debate, study session, & or part prayer meeting and meditation, which lead to a understanding of truth through realization of our union with Ajah. The mission of Ajah is to give people enlightenment for good judgment, personal growth, and self-awareness. May the exposure and immersion into philosophy and the arts expand your perspectives and lift them beyond the limits of your own perceptions and culture.

    Ajah behavior is to uphold self-discipline, responsibility, and love. The Ajah conquers emotions and materialism. The Ajah honor life, the One Force and the master-student relationship. Ajah offer aid to the weak; and compassion to all people. Rules of engagement with the one people include notions as understanding the good & bad in all things, learning to see accurately, opening one’s eyes to what was not evident and exercising caution, even in small, trivial matters. Above all Ajah uphold their duty to the world & embrace the One.


To be an Ajah believe in One truth. Which is the basis of all reality

To be an Ajah is to teach equality of all people. Ajah teaches that people of different races, religions, of sex or sexual orientation are all equal in the eyes of God, no matter what their dharma, whether they are a worker or a king. Ajah teaches the full equality of men and women.As well as emphasizes daily devotion to the remembrance of God. One should remember God at all times.

Ajah leads a moral and ethical life. A Ajah should represent moral responsibility and righteousness. 

Ajah teaches love & good will towards all beings

Ajah are supposed to practice wisdom, morality, and concentration.

Ajah is a name for God meaning “never born” or “unborn”

since everything is God, those who know this truth adopt the name Ajah,

for they know there oneness with God and of there inherent immortality.

Those who are asleep think they are dieing, because there bodies& minds are failing, but you are truelly spirit, the eternal. The one soul shared by all.

The Soul is likened to a drop of water, God is likened to a vast ocean, yet they are both water.


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