Exploiting the physical world has resulted in the neglect of the great potential of spirit world with which human body and mind are closely linked. The progress in science and technology has led to greater physical comforts but lack of peace of mind
A SIMPLE 15 minute practical experiment based on Vedic spiritual science can reveal all secrets, even the principle and theory behind evolution of universe. The most surprising fact about the Vedic science is its ability to give practical results, just like modern science. In spite of hefty efforts like the recent ’Big Bang Experiment’, science is yet to conclude the principles behind Evolution. Vedic philosophy says that the Rishis or seers had discovered the principles of Evolution long back, thousands of years ago. The practical part of the Vedic philosophy has been reproduced by Guru Siyag, by making lakhs of people experience it practically.
Another remarkable fact about this spiritual science experiment is its simplicity, no learning, no prior knowledge and no practice is required at all, and also without spending even a single penny from one’s pocket. It can be performed by any curious and interested person, sitting in any corner of the world, as Guru Siyag induces the spiritual power telepathically. The practical benefits are beyond imagination, people have been cured of incurable disease like cancer and AIDS, the list is unlimited. Guru Siyag declared the commencement of “spiritual revolution in the world” which will justify the “words of Vedic philosophy”, practically giving on the spot results, just like modern science. Vedic philosophy is no more a theoretical subject, as Guru Siyag has made thousands of seekers practically experiment and realise the statements of Vedic philosophy, getting an answer to every question, even the evolution of universe.
Man’s endeavour to look into the potential of spirit is limited to the realm of psychophysical research. In fact, research into deeper aspects of human mind invariably ends with scientists probing the brain. This is because modern science cannot believe or perceive that human body and mind could be linked to another state of consciousness that exists beyond the limits of our physical world. The result is that the potential possibilities of spirit, vis-à-vis matter, has been left to the interpreters of religious spirituality. This has caused a neat division between scientists and religious leaders, making them look at each with a degree of suspicion and even hostility. Exploiting the physical world
has resulted in the neglect of great potential of the spirit world with which human body and mind are closely linked. The progress in science and technology
has led to greater physical comforts but lack of peace of mind. Leading to competition, conflict, discord and internecine struggle in human society.
Sri Aurobindo, one of the 20th century’s greatest spiritual masters and seers, had accurately diagnosed the current crisis in human society as a result of imbalance in man’s treatment of matter and spirit. He argued through his incisive writings and speeches that mankind will not be at peace with itself unless it achieved a correct balance in exploring the potential of spirit and matter. Sri Aurobindo conducted his own independent research into Vedic scriptures to understand and experience the cosmic consciousness and its impact on the physical world. After nearly 40 years of practicing what he called ’Integral Yoga’ as part of his practical research, he made a startling discovery — man is not at the pinnacle of life’s evolutionary cycle on earth. Man is only a ‘transitional being’, yet to evolve further in the realm of spirit.
Vedic philosophy describes human body as physical abode of soul. The soul is made up of seven sheaths – Annamaya Kosha (matter in the form of physical body sustained by intake of food), Pranamaya Kosha (the life force), Manomaya Kosha (mind as distinctly different from intelligence), Vigyanmaya Kosha (intelligence), Aanandmaya Kosha (bliss or ceaseless joy not connected with body or mind), Chitta Kosha (spiritual wisdom) and Satta Kosha (the final state of merging with the Infinite). The complete development of all the seven sheaths is necessary for man’s complete spiritual evolution.
Man has developed the first four sheaths through the physical evolutionary process till today. What about completing the last three stages of his evolution? Sri Aurobindo, assisted by his French disciple known as the Mother, realised during his meditative states that the final evolution could happen only if the cosmic consciousness (whom he described as Krishna’s supramental force) descended on earth.