We were fascinated by the oldest known collection of literature available to the humankind since prior to the existence of religions, so we decided we’d look into it.
We have spent over fifty years studying the Vedas (Sanskrit word for ‘knowledge’) and of course, knowing that several interpretations of this collection have taken place during the span of last couple of thousands of years, it needed to be treated with extra care for accuracy of our study.
The more we went through it, the more there was to learn. These ready blueprints for human life have a wealth of knowledge that make up for complimenting modern day science in the study of both, matter and non-matter. Their ties are great.
Their simple and minute details of the world around us, or of the evolution of universe compel us to question what we know through science already. Could it be that history dates back to further than we thought? Or perhaps humans were more intelligent than we have been believeing them to be during our early years of evolution?
Knowing our world, and knowing ourselves – we call this scientific spirituality. Join us and become a part of this exciting experience of making new discoveries.
Last couple of centuries have seen an interesting rift between two poles – science and religion. Science has emerged as the rational answer to the miracles religions were advocating. We know our world better now that we know science.
Time is no longer a linear parameter but it is cyclical. The universe follows a pattern, and its organization is very meticulous, the laws exist. Science agrees.
Science is also keen to prove that it can create consciousness through matter. But if it didn’t, would it mean that we are more than a composition of chemicals and cells? Be interesting to know.
There can be no physical test lab to examine something that isn’t made of matter, though. So we found out, and were won over, that a methodology for such experiments has already been created, several thousands of years ago, by a scientist named Patanjali.
Patanjali prescribed a methodoloy where the human mind could be detached from the ‘self’ and observe and witness this ‘self’ that is different from the body made of matter. It is more than just an altered or hightened state of consciousness, and this awareness, he advocates, should be tested several times to arrive at the truth.
We also call this experiment Meditation.
Try it for yourself and see.