Tuesday 27 July 2021


Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

27 July   2021




Yesterday a Tamil Medical Professional wrote in response to my letter to the NSW Premier:


[Gaja, do you think NSW Premier would have understood your letter. I don’t think so. Please make it clear. Don’t create an opportunity for them to take you into custody.]

My response was :

[I write as per my intuition / Unarvu………At each stage where I endured pain due to the other side – and did not even think of revenge - it became intuitive power – like that of a mother’s.

 In this instance the Premier is likely to connect to that due to her being a caring daughter. Once the Energy is in us – that Energy takes over and leads us. If the Premier feels the pain of the protests deeply – she would connect to the ‘devolution’ suggestion in my Energy. I am known for being good at developing that kind of structure – including from within NSW Health]

Later someone completed the other side of my work and directed me to the Colombo Telegraph article ‘Black July – Are You Kidding Me?’ by Sanmugam Kanaga-Ratnam. In terms of Australia, today’s Sydney Morning Herald carried an article headed:

‘Western Sydney community leaders face vaccine hesitancy challenge’. Neither of the above writers would have read my work and v.v. But when we believe and we feel the need of the community as ours – we pick up the common energy intuitively. This confirms to us that our work is needed.  To me that is the certainty of belief, expressed by Omar Khayyam as follows:


‘The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ,
Moves on: nor all thy Piety nor Wit
Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line,
Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it.


The Sri Lankan war happened due to lack of belief based order within the institution of government. Instead, the policies were desire based.

In his article Mr Sanmugam Kanaga-Ratnam presents different pictures of the one manifestation as follows:

[On July 7th, we saw on social media postings, a team of police officers drag a Buddhist Priest and take him into custody; a woman wearing a mask was kicked and dragged into a van by a contingent of police officers as she stepped out of court after posting bail. ….Recently, one of these commentators, a young woman, Achala Seneviratne, a human rights lawyer, called July 7th. “Black July”!!

I have news for Ms. Seneviratne – the July 7th event she refers to is a picnic in Vihara Mahadevi park compared to the July 1983 massacre of the Tamils appropriately labeled “black July.” in Sri Lanka’s history.]


Each group would interpret validly the reasons / causes of the manifestation as per their own investment in those who apparently caused it and/or the issue itself. The latter would interpret more reliably and hence would get closer to the solution than the former. The true cause has no form. The more answers we find in vertical pathway the less and less conscious we become of what happened. Hence we would not ‘copy’ the answers without attributing credit to those who initially made the discovery – including through tragedies.


In the alternative, if we travel laterally and connect the outcomes of each independent group our picture becomes global – with one becoming the problem and the other the solution. In Sri Lanka’s case – to Sinhalese only government including the one that failed Tamils in 1983, – India became the problem and China the Opportunity. To Tamils who have invested commonly with India through Hinduism,  it is the other way around.


The more communists we have in Sri Lanka, the greater the commonness of Sri Lankans. But that comes at the expense of Democracy. Hence military rule by current government who are in action confirming breach of ‘Buddhism Foremost’ article of the Constitution.


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