29 Jun One of the most profound moments in my life, the clarity of Wisdom Truly touched my Soul. The Holy Science presented Is A Guide for the Sons. SRI SRI SWAMI SRI YUKTESWAR GIRI Seventh Edit urn I Third Printing .. The ensuing effect is the idea of particles 4 THE HOLY SCIENCE — the . The Holy Science. Excerpts from The Holy Science by Sri Yukteswar. Forward by Paramahansa Yogananda. Prophets of all lands and ages have succeeded in.

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We find that when extraordinary means such as excessive fast- ing, scourging, or monastic confinement are sxience sorted to for the purpose of suppressing the sex- ual passions, these means seldom produce the desired effect. I bet this book is for those who have deeper I say very deeper understanding to the eternal wisdom, have sense those in deeper relaxation state.

If we represent the Yugas in a clock, the lowest spiritual time would be at 6 o’clock, approx. In the herbivorous animals the incisors are strikingly developed, the canines are stunted though occasionally developed into weapons, as in elephantsthe molars are broad-topped and furnished with enamel on the sides only.

The last and lowest sphere is Bhuloka, the sphere of gross material creation, which is always visible to everyone. Buddhi, the 2nd Kosha.

The optic nerve carries light and does not perform the functions of the auditory and other nerves; the auditory nerve in its turn carries sound only, without performing the functions of any other nerves, and so on. The complete extirpation of all these suffer- ings so that their recurrence becomes impossible, is Paramartha, the ultimate goal.

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It may be remembered that by the culture of Varna and Niyama, the eight meannesses vanish from the human heart and magnanimity comes in. On the contrary, the herbivorous animal refuses even his natural food, leaving it untouched, if it is sprinkled with a little blood.

Philosophers, being able to comprehend the internal electrical Light that shines within them, find their heart’s love flowing energetically toward the Light that relieves them of all causes of excita- tion, cools down their system to a normal state, and, invigorating their vital powers, makes them perfectly healthy, both in body and in mind.

Thus man, being possessed of aiswaryas, the ascetic majesties aforesaid, fully comprehends the Eternal Spirit, the Father, the only Real Sub- stance, as Unit, the Perfect Whole, and his Self as scisnce but a mere idea resting on a fragment of the Spiritual Light thereof.

Dharma, the men- tal virtue, yukteswa then in its fourth stage and completes its full development; the human intellect can comprehend all, even God the Spirit beyond this visible world. Man, comprehending this Chitta, becomes able to understand the whole scisnce Dark- ness, Maya itself, of which Chitta is a part, as well as the entire creation. The root of the tree of life. This state is Kaivalya, oneness. Man is then called Devata or Angel in the scienec.


Observation of organs of sense. By observation of the nourishment of the young we find that milk is undoubtedly the food of the newborn babe. Everyone can understand devoting oneself to God.

In this state man comprehends his Self as a fragment of the Universal Holy Spirit, and, aban- doning the vain idea of his separate existence, unifies himself with the Eternal Spirit; that is, becomes one and the same with God the Father. Therefore the first section of the book deals with veda the gospel, and seeks to establish fundamental truths of creation and to describe the evolution and involution of the world.

Man’s involuntary nerves, however, irrespective of his will, are working continuously of themselves from his birth.

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Scientists and Sages are the same. The period around a. In this book he yuktewsar with a scientific clarity the subtle but definite laws by which yogis perform miracles and attain self-mastery. Szvadhyaya consists of reading or hearing spiri- tual truth, pondering it, and forming a definite con- ception of it. Any advanced sincere seeker may be fortu- nate in having the Godlike company of some one of such personages, who may kindly stand to him as his Spiritual Preceptor, Sat-Guru, the Savior.

In Drebbel of Holland invented the microscope. So the Word, Yukkteswar, Aum, being the man- ifestation of the Eternal Nature of the Almighty Father or His Own Self, is inseparable from and nothing but God Himself; as the burning power is inseparable from and nothing but the fire itself. The manifestation of Omnipotent Force the Repulsion and its complementary ex- pression, Omniscient Feeling or Love, the Attrac- tion is vibration, which appears as a peculiar sound: All desires being fulfilled, and all miseries re- moved, the achievement of Paramartha the highest goal is made.

To live naturally, the lower animals can select these for themselves by the help of their instincts and the natural sentinels placed at the sensory entrances — the organs of sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste. In this way I have tried my best to show that there is no real discrepancy, much less any real conflict, between the teachings of the East and the West.

Samadhi, true concentration, enables one to abandon individuality for universality. In this state man becomes Devata, a divine being. Their minds, understanding, yukteeswar, the principal faculties, temper, and general dis- position are also properly developed. The foremost of these is Satyaloka, the sphere of God — the only ileal Sub- stance, Sat, in the universe.


Holy Science

The virtue of Love. Quotes from Holy Science. When man finds his Sat-Guru or Savior. According to this wrong method of calcula- tion, therefore, the first year of Kali Yuga was numbered along with the age of Dwapara Yuga. Only a few specially gifted persons can rise superior to the influence of their professed creeds and find absolute unanimity yuktrswar the truths propagated by all great faiths. The fifth and 1 last of these sheaths is the gross matter, the Atom’s outer coating, which, becoming Anna, nourish- ment, supports scienc visible world and thus is called the Annamaya Kosha.

The method I have adopted in the book is first to enunciate a proposition in Sanskrit terms of the Oriental sages, and then to explain it by reference to the holy scriptures of the West. This Pranava appears in different forms at the different stages of advancement, according to the purification of the heart Chitta.

It is owing to Jnanavatar Swami Sri Yuktes- war’s unerring spiritual insight that it now be- comes possible, through this book, to establish a fundamental harmony between the difficult bibli- cal book, Revelation, and the Sankhya philosophy of India. As mentioned in Chapter 1, this Maharloka represents Avidya, Ignorance, which produces the idea of separate existence of self and is the source of Ego, the son of man. In the dark state of the heart man misconceives; he thinks that this goly material portion of the creation is the only real substance in existence, and that there is nothing besides.

Thus natural living is helpful for the practice of Yama, the ascetic forbearances as explained earlier. When he looks for further explanation, he finds that all his wakeful conceptions are substan- tially nothing but mere ideas caused by the sckence of five objects of sense the negative attributes of the five internal electricities with the five organs of sense yukheswar positive hopy through the medium of five organs hply action the neutralizing attributes of the electricities.

Tapas is religious mortification or patience both in enjoy- ments and in sufferings. This state of mind is prevalent in Treta Yuga. This Holy Sound Pranava Sabda manifests spontaneously through culture of Sraddha, the energetic tendency of the heart’s natural love; Yukteswat, moral courage; Smriti, true conception; and Samadhi, true concentration.