Mechanics of Evolution of Natural Law

Maharishi’s Commentary on Ṛk Veda, Apaurusheya Bhāshya, brings to light the mechanics of evolution of Natural Law. It explains how the WHOLENESS of Natural Law—the unmanifest, eternal ocean of self-referral consciousness—gives rise to the sequential, orderly unfoldment of specific Laws of Nature in the Veda and the entire manifest universe.

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Theme One:

 

Maharishi’s Apaurusheya Bhāshya, Personal Experience of the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme, and Principles of Modern Science: These three angles of investigation together provide a clear vision of the mechanics of Natural Law in the unmanifest GAP between each expression of the Veda, which structures the Veda and the whole creation

 

This is Theme One of a three-part advanced course. Theme One is being offered 1 – 4 April 2016, on a WPA at MERU.

 

Diving deep into Maharishi’s knowledge of Vedic Science

 

‘In sequence as we go on inspecting the structure of the whole Veda, we come out to see a very intelligent and perfect sequential progression of the tree of knowledge from the seed of knowledge. As from any seed, which has compactly contained within its nature the whole diversity of the tree, the sprouting comes out, and this grows into a tree, and the whole thing comes out into a tree, and all the fruits come out from there. So, in order to enjoy the fruit of all knowledge, we have to develop the state of all knowledge in our consciousness, and the way to do it is the Sidhi programme.’
—Maharishi, 20 February 1982
Advanced Vision of Maharishi’s Apaurusheya Bhāshya, Boppard, Germany

 

Maharishi’s timeless video lectures

 

Discover in the self-referral intelligence of your own Being the liveliness of both Unity and diversity, where the total potential of Veda is available as the source of order and symmetry in the whole universe.

 

Course will be conducted by:
for Men: Dr Girish Momaya and Dr Dinesh Mithal
for Ladies: Sheila Chalmers
Course Fee: euro 400.- (including meals)

 

Housing:
Single room accommodation: euro 120
Double room accommodation: euro 75 per person