Yogiraj Vethathiri Maharishi

The Greatest Spiritual Guru of

20th Century

Yogiraj Vethathiri Maharishi

All of us wish to lead a happy life. Almighty nature, Providence, as the name indicates, provides everything for life. Science is well developed to remove drudgeries in material life and helps to lead life with all comforts. But our lives, individual and social, continue, to be in a grip of turmoil, disharmony, ill-health, pains and miseries of various kinds.

Thathvagnani Vethathiri Maharishi has identified that the fundamental causes for all this chaos is man's lack of understanding of his self, his relationship with society and nature. These potentialities lead to actions harming self and others.

After decades of meditation and contemplation, Maharishi has developed methods to bring out the hidden capabilities of mind, life energy, bio-magnetism and physical body. The SKY system formulated by Maharishi can completely transform our lives and help us lead a healthy, prosperous, harmonious and joyous life which is our birthright.

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UNIFICATION OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION

Science and religion had drifted apart in the western world till Einstein said: ''Religion without science is blind and science without religion is lame.'' The gap between the two has been further reduced through the message of Vethathiri Maharishi. While Einstein moved science towards Vedic philosophy through his unified field approach, Maharishi has merged science and philosophy into a single system of jnana—the Brahma Jnana—which portrays how the primordial cause evolved into the present physical universe. The primordial cause—which Maharishi calls pure space, or Allah or Almighty Father or Brahman—is of both consciousness and energy, with an inherent quivering and a self-compressive surrounding force. Thus far, the concept of self-compressive surrounding force is missing in science, resulting in incompleteness of both.