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The Unified Field of all the Laws of Nature discovered by modern quantum physics is a completely self-interacting, self-referral field. Although the property of self-interaction of the Unified Field can be compared with corresponding types of non-linear dynamics at more superficial levels—like non-linearly interacting fields, auto-catalytic feedback loops, or cyclic homeostatic feed-back loops—the dynamics of the Unified Field is unique because it displays the property of complete or pure self-interaction.

Even some specific quantum fields that are referred to as ‘self-interacting’ fields—like the Higgs fields and the gluon field—do not have the property of pure self-interaction. For the case of a Higgs field the Feynman graphs demonstrate classical ‘self-interaction’ through the meeting point of several lines (pertaining all to the same field) and quantum-mechanical ‘self-interaction’ by the repeated looping. However, this type of ‘self-interaction’ is not pure self-interaction because; the propagating Higgs field also interacts with the space-time geometry.

In contrast, the infinite series of loops represent the infinite quantum-mechanical self-interaction of the Unified Field; and the formula of Superstring Field Theory shows that the Superstring Field— the Unified Field—is interacting with itself alone and with nothing else: this means pure self-interaction. In particular, the Unified Field creates its own space-time geometry through its self-interacting dynamics.

In physics the description of the dynamics at the classical level is characterized by the fact that classical objects with fixed properties are referred to a classical space-time. In contrast, the pure self-interaction of the Unified Field at the most fundamental quantum-mechanical level implies that one has neither classical objects with fixed properties nor classical space-time geometry to which events can be referred.

This has enormous consequences. In order to establish sequentially progressing series of events, quantum measurement theory requires a series of ‘measurement situations’ where correlations between values of observables are established. In the context of quantum cosmology, this leads to the conclusion that the self-interacting unified wholeness at the level of the Unified Field expresses itself in a characteristic three-in-one structure, namely, ‘Effective Observers’ or ‘Information Gathering and Utilizing Systems, ‘Quantum Correlations’ between themselves and ‘States of Objects of Observation’.

It is essential to emphasize that quantum cosmology makes no real fundamental division into observers and observed. The three components of the ‘measurement process’ emerge from a unified description and in this way one has a real three-in-one structure.

A simple and yet most basic example that demonstrates from a slightly different angle how this type of three-in-one structure can arise has been given by T. Banks. The space-time geometry emerges as the ‘screen’ to which the states of the non-gravitational fields are referred. The time parameter quantifies the ‘quantum correlation’ between these two aspects.

The property of pure self-interaction of the Unified Field together with the resulting three-in-one structure of the ‘measurement process’ in quantum cosmology implies that the Unified Field generates sequentially progressing series of events through the process of pure self-observation. This quality of pure self-observation in turn means that the non-material, quantum-mechanical Unified Field can be identified as the field of pure self-referral consciousness.

Vedic Science offers complete and systematic knowledge of the eternal self-referral dynamics of the field of pure consciousness knowing itself. It provides the direct subjective approach to the unified basis of Natural Law, the Unified Field of Natural Law, the field of pure consciousness—the field of the Self of every individual.

According to Vedic Science, the complete knowledge of the self-referral dynamics of the field of pure consciousness is available in the most ancient record of knowledge; the Vedic Literature. The Vedic Literature displays the ‘fluctuations’ of the field of pure consciousness, which are spontaneously generated from the self-referral impulses of the intelligence of the Unified Field within itself.

These impulses of intelligence are generated as the field of pure consciousness recognizes itself in terms of the three qualities, namely, the observer, process of observation, and the observed—within the unity of its self-referral state.

In Vedic Language, the Unified Field is called Samhita, the observer is called Rishi, process of observation is called Devata, and the observed is called Chhandas. Vedic Science is the science of the Unified Field of observer, process of observation, and observed, the science of the Samhita of Rishi, Devata, and Chhandas.

Transcendental Meditation offers the subjective approach and has succeeded in fathoming the total subjective field of consciousness—the field of the Self of every individual.

The experience and utilization of the field of pure consciousness; which has been identified as the Unified Field of all the Laws of Nature—result in the enlivenment of the holistic evolutionary qualities of the Unified Field in all areas of individual and collective life. This expresses itself in profound benefits for the individual—such as increased intelligence and creativity, better health, decreased anxiety, increased self-actualization, better job performance, etc.—and thereby makes the individual successful in all avenues of life. Moreover, on the collective level this expresses itself in increased coherence and harmony in the family of nations, as measured for example by reduction of domestic and international conflict. Thus, Transcendental Meditation is an effective means to establish and secure lasting World Peace.




Pure Transcendental Consciousness

Inside, we are ageless and when we talk to ourselves, it’s the same age of the person we were talking to when we were little. It’s the body that is changing around that ageless centre.

A consciousness-based living awakens and integrates the total brain through the experience of the unified, silent, self-referral level of one’s consciousness, transcendental consciousness, and during the practice of transcendental meditation.

Transcendental meditation should be practiced at the beginning and end of each day. It is a simple, effortless, natural mental technique, enjoyed by millions around the world from every nationality, culture, and religion. It develops coherent brain functioning, bringing holistic benefits to all aspects of life. This pure transcendental consciousness equated today by leading theoretical physicists to the Unified Field of all the Laws of Nature discovered by modern science, opens to every one of us the home of all the Laws of Nature in their conscious awareness, gives us command of Natural Law for all success and fulfillment in life.

In the present fragmented approach to life, we study only specific areas of knowledge like the sciences, business, and the arts. This fragmentation enlivens only specific areas of the brain, and never the total brain. We experience localized functioning but not holistic functioning. Lack of holistic brain functioning is the root of many problems and mistakes that we make in our lives, which creates so many difficulties for the government and the nation. We are in chaos, and nations are full of problems and conflict just because of this failure of our developing the total brain.

All that is necessary to completely change the situation is to acquire the daily experience of transcendental pure consciousness—Unified Field of all the Laws of Nature within us in order to create highly coherent brain functioning, as measured by EEG coherence in the brain. This awakens the hidden reserves of our brain potential. The ancient Vedic texts proclaim that knowledge is structured in consciousness, the field in which reside all the impulses of intelligence responsible for the creation of the entire universe. For one who does not know this field, what can knowledge accomplish for him? He who knows it, is well established in all the possibilities of life. From this we see that the quality of consciousness directly determines the quality of knowledge that we can gain and express in his or her daily life.

This consciousness-based approach to life, combining direct experience and intellectual understanding of the unified Field of Natural Law, the field of pure consciousness, enlivens the unbounded creative potentiality dormant in us and gives us the experience of deepest inner bliss and peace. This approach allows us to function from the deepest level of awareness, which is the home of all creativity, and thereby delivers the fruit of all knowledge. Life spontaneously lived in accord with Natural Law frees us from mistakes and problems.

Thinking and acting from the level of the Unified Field of all the Laws of Nature in their awareness gives the ability to spontaneously engage the support of the evolutionary power of the Unified Field of all the Laws of Nature for our thought, action and behavior, bringing success and fulfillment to personal and professional life. There is a Vedic saying that describes this phenomenon of gaining the support of Natural Law to fulfill one’s aspirations: For those established in self-referral consciousness, the totality of Natural Law who is the administrator of the universe, spontaneously carries out their thoughts and actions. This expression gives the key for everyone of us to gain good fortune in every aspect of our daily life.

Vedic Astrology

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Albert Einstein; the great physicist said, "Time is the fourth Dimension," Vedas say that "Time is the first dimension." In the beginning there was nothing. This concept of "nothing" is beyond the comprehension of ordinary human mind! It is so because before the concept of time there was absolutely nothing which is known as the "Shoonya" or ‘Zero’ or complete silence. Only the yogis who have attained "Nir Vikalpa Samadhi" state can experience this "nothing" and none else can. It is a state beyond time or "timeless state."

Vedas say that from this nothing originated vibration known as the "Pranava" or the sound ‘AUM’. From this sound there emerged five symbolic instruments of creation of universe. These were known as the Five "Tan matras". From the Tan matras came five primordial forces called Space and Time, Atmosphere, Light, Fire, Liquids, and finally the solidification of all. The mixing of these forces resulted in creation of the universes, as we know it now. It is an accepted scientific fact that even the universes are time bound. The theory of relativity; so called because all facts are related to time, speaks of speed in relation to time.

Vedas speak time as the limiting factor for all creation. Every thing is time bound. So the question came as to what is the scale of time? The Vedic seers, who are known as the Rishis, Maha Rishis, Brahma Rishis and Deva Rishis according to their knowledge of time and creation, have equated "Time" in relation to the age of Brahma the agent of creation. His age is 100 years in a special time scale. Note: Brahma is the name of the creative agent which should not be confused with "Brahman" the Timeless primordial force behind all creation.

The Rishis found that as far as the earth and the life in it are concerned the motion around the Sun is enough as a time scale for knowing the changes which would occur with the movement of the earth in relation to the Sun. They also found other celestial bodies like the Moon, Mars, Mercury; Jupiter, Venus and Saturn cast their influence on the earth. The seers also advised that every action must produce a reaction which comes back to the source of its origin in due cycle of time. The word "Karma" means action. Newton’s third law of motion is based on this concept.

The Planets were found to be the best guides as to the type of forthcoming reaction good or bad in the moving time scale. Thus was born the science of Vedic astrology, which is known as "Jyotisha" or ‘illuminator’ in Sanskrit. Vedas are knowledge taught by teacher to disciple through the medium of sound. They cannot be learnt by reading or memorizing. An ordinary example can be cited to illustrate the point. Ordinary "Yes" means I accept. "Yes? Also means what do you want? ‘Yyeess’ means I have my doubts, ‘Yus’ mean’s reluctant acceptance, Yes sir means please tell me and so on.

Astrology is a part of Veda hence it is known as Vedanga (anga means limb). We call it Vedic astrology because it is based on time schedules stipulated in Vedas according to yogic meditational observations of the planets in motion around the sun in relation to the earth and its motions.

The Land of Vedas

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Veda is the entire knowledge of nature. The word ‘Veda’ is originated from the Sanskrit verb – ‘ vid ‘ denoting ‘knowing’. Thus, Veda means knowledge. Veda is believably the first creation in the history of knowledge and education. It originated right from the beginning of this creation or when man started to breath, that’s why Veda interprets ‘sosham’ denoting Sanskrit-word – sah + aham = ‘that is me’ God says – "The point where you began and the point where you exist, as well as the point where you will end-everywhere I am dwelling. India, the land of Veda, and the origin of spiritualism have a huge store of religious and cultural knowledge and all of them are originated or interpreted from Veda; not only spiritual but material, scientific knowledge is also introduced in Veda. Everybody knows the oldest alive knowledge in Sanskrit was introduced by Veda. The Vedic knowledge is so deep and so large that it is absolutely impossible to interpret and spread it in a short time and limited space. It’s most important knowledge with an authentic interpretation and application system to let people know the way to leave in peace, harmony and successes.

There are four Vedas – The Vedas are believably ‘unmade’ because it is so huge with the deep knowledge one can’t imagine to compile in the pages and that is why Veda is called – ‘apaurusheya’ that is to say man can’t make it. When it was introduce there was no existence of paper or any writing material or activities, therefore, Veda was introduced and spread by hearing tradition the Sanskrit word – shrotra = ears, therefore Veda is called shrotra; to be hearable, and the people who practice Veda are called -‘ Shrotriya’ (Brahman).

Vedas are in 4 independent volumes and every volume covers such wide area of natural activities. In short, Veda covers – spiritualism-devotion, physics-mathematics, arts-commerce and astrology to medical sciences.

The Vedas are considered the earliest literary record of Indo-Aryan civilization, and the most sacred books of India. They are the original scriptures of Hindu teachings, and contain spiritual knowledge encompassing all aspects of our life. Vedic literature with its philosophical maxims has stood the test of time and is the highest religious authority for all sections of Hindus in particular and for mankind in general. “Veda” means wisdom, knowledge or vision, and it manifests the language of the gods in human speech. The laws of the Vedas regulate the social, legal, domestic and religious customs of the Hindus to the present day. All the obligatory duties of the Hindus at birth, marriage, death and so on owe their allegiance to the Vedic ritual. They draw forth the thought of successive generation of thinkers, and so contain within it the different strata of thought.

The Vedas are probably the earliest documents of the human mind and is indeed difficult to say when the earliest portions of the Vedas came into existence. As the ancient Hindus seldom kept any historical record of their religious, literary and political realization, it is difficult to determine the period of the Vedas with precision. Historians provide us many guesses but none of them is free from ambiguity.

It is believed that humans did not compose the revered compositions of the Vedas, which were handed down through generations by the word of mouth from time immemorial. The general assumption is that the Vedic hymns were either taught by God to the sages or that they were revealed themselves to the sages who were the seers or “mantradrasta” of the hymns. The Vedas were mainly compiled by Vyasa, Krishna, Dwaipayana around the time of Lord Krishna (c. 1500 BC)

The Vedas are four: The Rig-Veda, the Sama Veda, the Yajur Veda and the Atharva Veda. The Rig Veda being the main. The four Vedas are collectively known as “Chathurveda,” of which the first three Vedas namely, Rig Veda, Sama Veda and Yajur Veda agree in form, language and content.

Each Veda consists of four parts – the Samhitas (hymns), the Brahmanas (rituals), the Aranyakas (theologies) and the Upanishads (philosophies). The collection of mantras or hymns is called the Samhita. The Brahmanas are ritualistic texts and include precepts and religious duties. Each Veda has several Brahmanas attached to it. The Upanishads form the concluding portions of the Veda and therefore called the “Vedanta” or the end of the Veda and contains the essence of Vedic teachings. The Upanishads and the Aranyakas are the concluding portions of the Brahmanas, which discuss philosophical problems. The Aryanyakas (forest texts) intend to serve as objects of meditation for ascetics who live in forests and deal with mysticism and symbolism.

Although the Vedas are seldom read or understood today, even by the devout, they no doubt form the bedrock of the universal religion or “Sanatana Dharma” that all Hindus follow. The Vedas have guided our religious direction for ages and will continue to do so for generations to come and they will forever remain the most comprehensive and universal of all ancient scriptures.

The Rig Veda or The Book of Mantra is a collection of inspired songs or hymns and is a main source of information on the Rig Vedic civilization. It is the oldest book in any Indo-European language and contains the earliest form of all Sanskrit mantras that date back to 1500 B.C. – 1000 B.C. Some scholars date the Rig Veda as early as 12000 BC – 4000 B.C. The Rig-Vedic ‘samhita’ or collection of mantras consists of 1,017 hymns or ‘suktas’, covering about 10,600 stanzas, divided into eight ‘astakas’ each having eight ‘adhayayas’ or chapters, which are sub-divided into various groups. The hymns are the work of many authors or seers called ‘rishis’. There are seven primary seers identified: Atri, Kanwa, Vashistha, Vishwamitra, Jamadagni, Gotama and Bharadwaja.

The rig Veda accounts in detail the social, religious, political and economic background of the Rig-Vedic civilization. Even though monotheism characterizes some of the hymns of Rig Veda, naturalistic polytheism and monism can be discerned in the religion of the hymns of Rig Veda. The Sama Veda, Yajur Veda and Atharva Veda were compiled after the age of the Rig Veda and are ascribed to the Vedic period.

The Sama Veda or The Book of Song is purely a liturgical collection of melodies (‘saman’). The hymns in the Sama Veda, used as musical notes, were almost completely drawn from the Rig Veda and have no distinctive lessons of their own. Hence, its text is a reduced version of the Rig Veda. As Vedic Scholar David Frawley puts it, if the Rig Veda is the word, Sama Veda is the song or the meaning, if Rig Veda is the knowledge, Sama Veda is its realization, if Rig Veda is the wife, the Sama Veda is her husband.

The Yajur Veda or The Book of Ritual is also a liturgical collection and was made to meet the demands of a ceremonial religion. The Yajur Veda practically served as a guidebook for the priests who execute sacrificial acts muttering simultaneously the prose, prayers, and the sacrificial formulae (‘yajus’). It is similar to ancient Egypt’s “Book of the Dead”. There are no less than six complete recessions of Yajur Veda – Madyandina, Kanva, Taittiriya, Kathaka, Maitrayani and Kapishthala.

The Atharva Veda or The Book of Spell is the last of the Vedas. This is completely different from the other three Vedas and is next in importance to Rig-Veda with regard to history and sociology. A different spirit pervades this Veda. Its hymns are of a more diverse character than the Rig Veda and are also simpler in language. In fact, many scholars do not consider it part of the Vedas at all. The Atharva Veda consists of spells and charms prevalent at its time, and portrays a clearer picture of the Vedic society.

Art of Living

Art of Living

Art of Living

For Veda (science of body, mind and soul) the whole Universe and creation is lab and pure unsoiled meditative and exploring mind is scientist. For it, reaching the truth is perpetual bliss; whereas, for worldly science one needs human-created lab and specially trained inquiring mind; scientist.

We need both Veda and science. Veda is truth. Science is fact. The truth is that there are references in Veda of mind powers, wonders, fetus, embryo, implants and transplants and even black holes; all in symbolic manner.

The mind of true seer scientist can decode it for truly deserving ones. We all deserve this pure knowledge of human existence by first living truthfully.

We should not test the developed people by acquired knowledge as it is only mind games. Veda is experiencing the truth through reality and seer scientists experience the truth then state or write.

Main thing is to be happy and satisfied with your own truth, be a humble learner like a child. The best thing is to have confidence in oneself and work towards whatever one wants to attain.

Nature has given the freedom and power for this to all. So, why worry about gaining and hoard academic information or grabbing a Guru. A right Guru can only give you an idea about the path but you have to traverse yourself, doing your own things according to your mind and find the truth for yourself.

Science knows the truth through facts. Mind of scientists experiment and then come to conclusions even if the scientific experiments first hypothetic statement, is put ‘suppose’ ‘this’ then experiment is executed.

Veda is source of every art and science. It is law of Nature that everything has to merge back into its origin.

The root of all is the same reality; from science to religion, philosophy to psychology, and all others ‘isms’ and ‘ities’ Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Christianity, Sufism etc.

Let us know and create our own reality to be a true human. We are proof of one reality, one energy and one truth. Everyone has all the attributes of Supreme consciousness. Flourish and nourish Truth, Love, Karma, and Light.

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