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The Cosmic Blueprint and Human Destiny Part 1

Following on from the exchange between the Indian Navy Officer and Vivek at Prashanti Nilayam, Vivek has taken up the theme of the Cosmic Blueprint and provided a number of examples of this blueprint in action. Nonetheless, the state of the Earth is the fruit of human action and inaction, and as Vivek explains, humans have been deprived of their birthright, and turn to inventions and technology.

The Cosmic Blueprint and Human Destiny Part 2

Vivek continues his reply to the Indian Navy Officer, expanding on the coincidence shared by them at the gate to Prashanti Nilayam Ashram in Puttaparthi. While reflecting on so-called technology and progress with crops and foods, Vivek admonishes that all life forms without exception have an indispensable role to play for the greater good of the entire natural world. The only life form that is not likely to be missed if it should suddenly disappear is man. Man has a sacred destiny and is united with the destiny of the Earth. A return to the Vedic ethos is a return to true humanness.

Ayurveda has the Answers


Vedic scientist-philosophers have known for thousands of years that a preventative if not total cure exists in nature for every disease that could possibly affect humankind. As a result of this knowledge being spread far and wide by the scientists, perfectly good health was enjoyed by most people who followed the Vedic way of life from the earliest days on this planet.

The Key to Good Health Lies in Natural Medicine: Part 2

There is much on offer from Ancient India and its Ayurvedic remedies. India and its denizens do themselves a disservice if they copy the so-called “west” in fashion, culture, foods and medicines. What is needed is a return to the simple village lifestyle as advocated by the Avatar of this Age, Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Here, we go over properties of some ancient – and proven – remedies of India of yesteryear, Bharat.

There is something that has to be understood about allopathic medicine and Big Pharma: In much hope, you continue to take the drugs that your doctor prescribes in the hope that you would be cured of whatever you are suffering, only to discover belatedly that a cure is only a pie in the sky. Pharmaceutical companies are not in the business of curing people’s ailments. If they did, they would go out of business.

The Key to Good Health Lies in Natural Medicine: Part 1

In mid December, 2012, I had a dangerous and debilitating multiple bypass operation in a South African private hospital after which I died. A Voice in the golden mist into which I floated in bliss sent me back saying it was not yet my time, that I still had much work to do. In great reluctance, I returned.

After recuperating from my ordeal for two years on a quiet South African farm, I was called back to India. It was only then, while trying desperately to re-gain my stolen health, that I learnt of natural preventatives and even total cures for every known disease, including the so-called “cholesterol-blocked arteries” which, according to my cardiologist, necessitated my urgent by-pass surgery. These natural cures abound not only in India but also elsewhere around the world.

Rising Public Consciousness and Critical Mass

There is a growing awareness of the fact that multinational companies involved in the rape of the planet are owned by a handful of the wealthiest people on earth. Human progress and the advent of the Golden Age assure us that new forms of energy will be discovered and peace will prevail on Earth. There will be no reason to raise a weapon, one against another, for awareness of the inherent divinity within will rise in consciousness.

Alien Teachers

My Indian years gave me the opportunity, among other things, to observe the fact that many outstanding young men and women who were making a mark in their professions in both India and as expatriates in the west had had their early education in either traditional or ordinary government or private schools. They were every bit as successful as, if not better than, their mission-educated counterparts. Yet brain-washed middle-class Indians fondly believed that their children in mission schools were receiving a “prestige” education.