The Twenty-Four Siddhis
- ANIMA the ability to make one's body as small as one likes.
- MAHIMA the ability to make one's body as large as one likes.
- LAGHIMA the ability to transcend the laws of gravity.
- VASHITA control over the elements and not a slave to them.
- ANUMITVA the conquest of hunger and thirst.
- MANOJAVA the ability to move the body in time and space as fast
as thoughts move.
- KAMRUPA the ability to acquire any form desired.
- SVACCHAND MRITYU the ability to choose the time of natural death,
leaving the body with free will and fully conscious.
- ADVANDVATVA the power to remain immune from the vagaries of
weather such as heat and cold.
- PRAPTI unlimited consciousness.
- PRAKASHYA the ability to see all levels of the Universe.
- DUR-SHRAVANA the ability to hear from any distance.
- DUR-DARSHANA the ability to see far distances.
- DEVKRIDA DARSHAN the ability to see the astral world.
- YATHASAMKALPA the ability to fulfil every wish at once.
- TRIKALDARSHITVA unlimited knowledge of past, present and future.
- YATHA KAMAVASTHAYITVA the ability to materialise objects.
- PRAKAMYA the ability to overcome all obstacles caused by the
- AGNYADISTAMBHANA mastery over fire, water, air, poison etc.
- PARKAYA PRAVESHA the ability to enter another body.
- APRATIHATA GATI the ability to reach any place desired.
- PARACHITTA ABHIGYATA telepathy and knowing another's mind.
- APARAJAYA invincibility.
- DURDARSHITA the possession of all Divine powers, with the
exception of the power to create and dissolve the Universe.
It is not easy for a spiritual aspirant to meet a Self-realized Master. Greater than this is to meet with the rare jewel of a Divine incarnation as mentioned above, whose mere vision is worth more than a kingdom. Although some seek their whole lives in vain, it happened in Rajasthan, India, that two such Divine incarnations lived at the same time and they were destined to meet.
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