Soon after my birth an astrologer had a look at my birth chart and announced that this boy would become a sannyasi. This statement did not go well with both my parents and grandparents who would have none of that, and sent the astrologer on his way. Although the astrologer did leave, he challenged that if what he had predicted did not happen, he would give up astrology for all time.
As a child, my interests revolved around all things mythological and I would relish the stories of Rama and Krishna narrated to me, but in all other aspects I acted as a normal child would. I was tolerably good at school and made decent grades. I loved to play on the streets and had a gang of friends with whom I would play cricket.
There was nothing in my childhood life to suggest what the astrologer said would come to pass.
Till I was thirteen years old, I used to travel to my grandparents house in Yercaud (Tamil Nadu) each holiday, and used to spend my time picking fruits from the numerous guava trees that dotted our garden. The house was situated on a large piece of land with numerous fruit bearing trees, bee hives and rose bushes, which held all of my attention during my visits there. My grandparents doted upon me, as I was the first grand child in the family, and the son of my grandfather’s third son. What ever I wished for was bought; what ever I asked for was given.
One of those years when I was at Yercaud, I had an acute pain in my stomach, which got worse as time passed. The doctor who was consulted suspected it to be appendicitis and asked for me to be immediately shifted to Salem for medical attention. This was a time when hospitals in Yercaud were very basic, without good facilities, and one had to travel down hill even for emergencies. It was during this time that a helpful gentleman, Mr. Mathew, took me in his car down hill and admitted me to a hospital. By the time I was admitted, the appendix had been fully infected and had burst. The doctors were worried and had to perform an emergency appendectomy. It was during this time that my father prayed to Lord Ayyappa, that he would bring me to his temple the following year, and prayed for my life to be saved. The next year, one day my father came to me with a thulasi mala and announced that I would accompany him to Sabarimala that year. The forty five days of following the vows that go with a visit to Sabarimala was my first experience of a sattvic life. I loved the daily pujas and would insist on doing them myself. For many years this continued and it was an enjoyable period of time for me.
During the year 1991, my father was in search of a guru and had met a man who exuded all divine qualities. He accepted this person as his guru and regularly visited him. Although we used to hear stories about this godly person from my father and the miraculous powers he exhibited, I never had a chance to meet him in person. After a few months, my father’s Guru was leaving for Mt. Kailash, and I too accompanied my father to see him off.
The moment I met him I felt that I had known him for eternity, and seeing him was the most natural thing to do. He immediately put me at ease and lovingly put his hand on me. Although I did not understand then, it was the defining moment of my life, which was about to change me forever. On his return, I used to visit him regularly and began to be interested in spirituality. My guru had traveled the length and breadth of the country and had visited many spiritual giants. He had visited the forests of Mahendragiri and had meditated there. A spiritual powerhouse, my Guru drew me in and showed me the play of the divine.
Being an inquisitive teenager, I used to question him and doubt many of the things he said. My guru was the type who demonstrated more and preached less. So one day, I asked him what is meditation and how does one do meditation? He answered me by placing his finger on my forehead between my eyebrows and that very instant, I went blank. No thoughts, and I could feel the energy pouring into me like a raging torrent. My entire body was buzzing and my head felt light. In an instant he not only answered my question, but set in motion a life long yearning for the divine.
After this incident, I used to have visions with regularity. One day during a public function, I was standing in a corner watching my guru dance. Then suddenly, I saw bright discs of light like a spinning saucer leaving the finger tips of my guru and entering the heads of some of the people in the audience. It was like watching a fireworks show, but the difference being, I was in a hall and there were no pyrotechnics.
Thus began my lifelong relationship with God, without which life has no meaning.
At this time, I was absolutely drunk with love for God. The only thing that mattered to me was God and I was willing to give up anything to reach him. Although in my young mind, God was a great desire, I really did not know what it was that I was searching for, but the vague feeling of separation was acutely present.
My guru was traveling with a retinue of people to Tiruvannamalai – the abode of Arunachala – on a full moon day. It was a general custom in our group to go every full moon day to Arunachala and go around the holy hill. It was an extremely enjoyable time for me as I was totally in love with Lord Shiva and consider him my “Father”. Every trip around the mountain used to and still takes me several notches higher in consciousness and fills my heart with bliss.
Just a day before we were scheduled to leave, I finished shopping for a few personal needs that I would use on my trip and returned home. While parking my two-wheeler, I absentmindedly forgot to engage the stand properly and subsequently dropped the two-wheeler on my leg. The hot silencer burned through my right foot and left it in a mess – burnt and inflamed. With a swollen leg it was next to impossible to walk 15 kilometers bare foot around the hill and would not only put my body through great pain, but could also inconvenience the entire group.
I was shattered. Not only was I going to miss the chance to travel with my Guru, but I was also going to miss the chance to go around Arunachala – the love of my life. At that moment, I made a resolution to make the trip come what may and decided to tell people that I would take my time to complete the trip and would find my way back home. They could come back without me. I tied a bandage tightly around my leg, packed my bags and landed up at my Guru’s House in the morning. I begged him to let me come, but his advice was not to strain my leg and he would not let me come. Instead, he asked me to go to the Kapaleeshwara temple at Mylapore and pray there.
Crest fallen at the lost opportunity, but left with no choice, I tearfully saw them off and made my way to the Kapaleeshwara temple and was slowly limping my way around the temple. There I saw an old woman, who I presumed to be a beggar since she asked me for some money. When I gave her a few coins from my pocket, she intently gazed on my leg and told me in a commanding tone “Put your feet firmly on the ground”.
While it was strange that a beggar lady should address me thus, I did not make much of it and actually planted my feet firmly on the ground and started to walk. After a few steps, I suddenly realized that the pain was reducing rapidly and the swelling was gone. I hastily retraced my steps to thank the old lady and ask her how this was possible, but she was gone. Where she was seated was just no one, just cold stone, but in the sanctum sanctorum Mother’s eyes were no more of stone, but sparkling. It was then that I realized what my guru had been telling me all along, God does appear to us. He still does perform miracles, but it is just that we do not realize that we have been blessed. We expect God to come to us with a conch in hand or with a trident in hand, but fail to understand that god operates through us, through fellow humans and when he does come to visit, our conditioning makes us miss it.
Soon after this incident, my faith in God grew steadily and my guru gifted me a spate of spiritual experiences. My preferred method of communication with him was to ask him questions in my mind and just keep quiet. The answers arrived either in his speech or through circumstances. While I was enjoying myself, HE was silently preparing me for the next stage of my evolution.
“Fire is comforting on a cold day from a safe distance, but as one gets closer it starts becoming a little uncomfortable and when there is minimal separation, it is indeed painful. When one is eventually consumed by it, One becomes that fire itself – The same it is with the Divine”
What we know as ourselves is more often than not the body-mind complex, which manifests as the Ego. This sense of “Me” and “Mine” is what causes desire, attachment, enjoyment and suffering. Unless these barriers are broken down, we continue to associate with thoughts & actions, continue celebrating birth & condemning death, inviting pleasure & rejecting pain, desiring good &repulsing bad. I was a good student at school and made excellent grades. In fact I had an acute interest in science, especially biology and delighted in literature and theater. But once my mind was filled with the desire for God, all else took a back seat. I was meditating regularly and reading all books on philosophy and god that I could get. I realized that god was a greater addiction than anything I knew then. As a result my grades collapsed. And so did my desire to continue in Samsara. I went to seek permission from my Guru to take sannyasa and tread the path of renunciation. As far as I was concerned, I was finished with the world and assumed I could escape the cycle by ignoring it.
It was at this time, that I received from my Guru probably the most important teaching. He asked me a simple question. “What is it that you are going to do by becoming a sannyasi ?” My natural reply was to think of God and strive to reach him. Then came the thunderbolt, “If it is God you want to think of, why don’t you think of him at home, with the air conditioner on?”
“Why do you want to exchange an ever silver plate for a bhiksha vessel and your t-shirt / jeans for a monk’s robe?” “The Basic affliction remains. Unless renunciation is automatic, it is never effective.”
He then gave me the highest teaching; of living in the world, yet without it. Like a lotus leaf. Floating on water; yet not getting wet. He asked me to study, to work, to remain in the family. But at the same time pin myself on to the lotus feet of the Lord. God had many plans for me, many experiences in store, by which I would mature into a full individual with a first hand experience of the world.
It was not yet time for the prophecy to pass…
Author: Bala G.
This is a subject matter which seems to be gaining a fair amount of attention. Would like to share my own thoughts on the matter whilst inviting readers to share their own perspectives and insights on this subject.
Here are my own thoughts on the matter which seem to support this hypothesis:
Several laws of Science (Physics in particular) potentially seem to point towards the convergence of Science and Spirituality.
1. NEWTON’S LAW
“Every action has an equal and opposite reaction” postulated as a validated law seems to mirror the Cause and Effect principle in the Spiritual Realm which we understand in the context of Karma and Karmic retribution.
2. 1st LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
The fact that Energy of an isolated system remains constant, cannot be created or destroyed but can only be transformed from one state to another seems to support the Spiritual aspect of Rebirth/Reincarnation. Since we human beings are manifestations of Energy, it stands to reason that we cannot be “destroyed” – our gross bodies (the vehicle or medium) get transformed to ashes (change of form) whilst the subtle aspect of our being (which we call Souls) tends to find another vehicle/medium to continue its ‘existence’.
3. 2nd LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
Entropy of an isolated system always increases with time i.e the level of disorder (chaos) of energy and matter in a system goes on increasing in a manner such that both become progressively less useful over time. Isn’t that true for us human beings as also even inanimate matter?
“The disorder” (physical and mental) in our system with age goes on increasing till such time we have outlived our utility and deterioration sets in. Likewise as the “chaos” increases for say a tree, the fruit bearing capacity of it gets diminished till such time it can no longer bear fruits.
4. 3rd LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
If all thermal motion of molecules (what we term as kinetic energy) could be removed, a state of Absolute Zero would occur. Here I see a parallel in the Spiritual realm in the sense : If all the chatter in our minds, the turbulence that goes on within, could be “silenced”, we would perhaps (I say perhaps because I have not experienced it as yet !) be able to “connect” with our true self or that total state of Conscious Awareness, where there is no duality and the Absolute Zero corresponds to a state of total stillness.
5. LAW OF REFLECTION OF LIGHT
When light hits a pure polished mirror surface, the angle of incidence equals the angle of reflection.
In the Spiritual world this would correspond to : “As you sow so shall you reap”. Whatever be the intensity of pain we cause others , we are bound to experience an equal measure in return. Another way of interpreting this aspect could be : The outside world is only a reflection of our thought process and the perspective we carry in our mind.
6. SOUND WAVES PRODUCING EFFECTS
In a recent study at a Physiological Laboratory, an American scientist proved with validation that the Gayatri Mantra produced 110,000 sound waves per second – the highest of all Mantras, hymns in the world. Further that basis the combination of such sound waves at a certain frequency , the effect seemed to have spiritually uplifting potential.
For many years Scientists and Spiritualists have each taken self-fulfilling positions and stances which seem to deny the effort towards unravelling the mysteries of the Universe. Quantum mechanics cannot explain why an “observation” is needed to give reality to and determine a quantum event or how supposedly “separate” particles remain entangled even at a monumental distance. Likewise Spirituality has not quite been able to give a cogent, persuasive answer to the workings of “Consciousness”.
However the good news is that in more recent times, the “distance” between Empirical and Intuitive, between East and West is beginning to get closer. Perhaps a greater collaborative and symbiotic relationship between Scientists and Spiritualists (who start with the hypothesis that there is convergence between Science and Spirituality) might hold promise for explaining the many other phenomena of Life that remains unanswered.
Author: Ajay Sachdeva
In many spiritual traditions, enlightenment is presented as the pinnacle of human existence. Its promises of untold bliss, peace, happiness and fulfilment have filled the minds of thirsty seekers for generations. As the mind tires of the world it seeks new pleasures to strive for. Spiritual enlightenment becomes the new ambition.
Enlightenment is not about you. It is surrendering to your true Spiritual nature and becoming a vehicle for its expression in the world. It is an opportunity to make a unique contribution to your race based on your own individual design and calling. The world needs what we have within us to give.
Re-uniting with our spiritual nature is the most effective way to be in the world. The Knowing mind within you cannot be influenced. It cannot be corrupted. Men and women that walk with Spirit effectively navigate the world. They are potent contributors.
Enlightenment is the reclamation of our relationship with the immortal aspects of ourselves – the part of us that is still with God. The mind and body become empty vessels from which Spirit can express itself.
Enlightenment is real but it has been grossly misunderstood. It is not about feeling good. It is all about giving. What gifts have you brought with you? Undertaking a spiritual practice that you did not invent for yourself is the best means of living a sacred life of contribution.
Now that you’ve read about what is enlightenment, the question surely arises: “How do I become enlightened?”
Enlightenment is about reclaiming your most fundamental relationship and becoming a vehicle for its expression in the world. It is all about relationship. It cannot be done alone. When the time is right your Spirit will move you to undertake a spiritual practice. If it is a true practice and one that is right for you, it will take you to new places. It will prepare you for living the sacred life.
Still think you can do it alone? Have you crafted your own special spiritual practice out of a hodge podge of ideas from various traditions? Be careful here. If you go it alone and do as you feel is best, you’ll stay exactly where you are. Take a chance. Feel your Spirit out. Which practice is closest to your heart?
Humanity has a rich spiritual tradition. There are many genuine spiritual practices to choose from. Applying yourself to your practice in a consistent manner will increase your desire and capacity for Spirit. It will create a space within yourself for something new to emerge. Strength and self-honesty is an absolute must here. You must be willing to correct or let go of any behavior standing in your way. As your Spirit takes you to greater heights it will be natural for you to let such things go, but this can take a very long time.
Like a gardener preparing the grounds for planting season, you are setting the stage for something special to happen. When the conditions within you are right and the world calls out for your gifts, your Spirit will activate you. Like a seed bursting with life, it will begin a great process of inner growth and transformation. You are not in control here. You can only watch in awe and make sure the conditions on the ground stay favorable. An ancient part of you is emerging.
An enlightened person becomes a translator between Heaven and Earth. The world needs your contribution. You are a small but vital part of a very great plan. Enlightenment can no longer be a special state reserved for certain adept individuals. You are reading this because a part of you knows this. A part of you yearns for a greater life. If you seek a happy life of spiritual intoxication, you will merely be strengthening one more of the mind’s many ambitions. Become a contributor and you will transcend your humanity to help uplift the human race. The choice is clear. Nasi novare coram.
Rapid spiritual progress can be achieved when we do spiritual practice according to the basic principles of Spirituality. Even though there are many different types of spiritual practice, whether our spiritual practice adheres to the basic principles of Spirituality is a true litmus test for its effectiveness. If not, we run the risk of putting in a lot of effort but not seeing the results that match that effort.
From space travel to the relationships between geometry and spirituality, to mathematically showing we are one.
“Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.”
Those are the words of Albert Einstein, who also gave the famous equation, e=mc2. For many years scientists have been saying that only 2 things exist in the Universe, that being matter and energy. Now they say, there really is just one thing, and that is energy. It is rather strange that it took us that long to arrive at that conclusion, given that Einstein did say that energy is nothing more than mass travelling at the square root of the speed of light. Our reality is split into a duality. Everything has always been separated, day and night, up and down, believer and non-believers, matter and energy, material and spiritual. We make the mistake in thinking that all things are separate. No one thing of a whole can exist with the other. I love the way the Egyptians say it, “Matter without spirit is motionless, and spirit without matter is expressionless.” When we embrace the two and bring them together in unity, then we experience a connectedness, a divine and beautiful wholeness that is perfect and beautiful and is an expression of the infinite energy of Love and Bliss.
Unity. Connected. Infinite Energy. Those are 3 words that would describe the work of pioneer scientist Nassim Haramein. His work is at the forefront of finally bridging the gap between science and spirituality. ‘Spirituality is the physics that we haven’t yet understood.’ says Nassim Haramein. He has authored a paper titled “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass,” which has been validated and published in the peer review journal, Physical Review and Research International. This paper discusses Haramein’s “Connected Universe” theory, which offers a new and alternative understanding of gravity through basic algebraic and geometric equations. Haramein’s work indicates everything in the universe is connected. He has proved mathematically, what the sages and saints have being saying since the beginning of time: We are all one.
‘Nassim Haramein was born in Geneva, Switzerland in 1962. As early as 9 years old, Nassim was already discovering the universal dynamics of matter and energy, which led him on a journey toward pioneering a new approach to quantum gravity and continual developments in unified field theory. He grew up in Eastern Canada with an innate reverence for the design of nature and a determination to discover the basic building-blocks of creation. Nassim dedicated most of his time to his independent investigation into physics, geometry, chemistry, biology, consciousness, archeology, and various world religions. Haramein’s dedication to scientific exploration combined with his keen observation of the behavior of nature led him to a specific geometric pattern which is at the core of his approach and new perspective in unified field theory.
In 2003 he founded The Resonance Project Foundation, and as its Director of Research leads teams of physicists, electrical engineers, mathematicians and other scientists to explore the frontier of unification principles and their implications. The vision of the foundation is to build a world wherein the dynamics of the inter-relationship of all things and their forces are revealed through a Unified view of Physics, informing the development of technological and social systems that bring humankind into a harmonious relationship with Nature, the Earth and the Universe as a whole. The mission is to deliver knowledge and technology based on a holistic and complete view of the dynamics of nature to address the critical and systemic challenges humanity is facing today.
This is done by conducting research in the field of Unified Physics with an unerring focus on following the cues provided by nature to discover its inner workings. Developing technologies and applications that apply these discoveries to solving some of humankinds’ most fundamental challenges. Providing educational opportunities that can empower people through a coherent understanding of the insights and implications of Unified Physics including applications in our personal lives and in the world. Inspiring others by acknowledging and modeling our interconnectedness, interdependence and infinite nature in how we work, teach and explore together with integrity and compassion for all life. Haramein’s lifelong vision of applied unified physics to create positive change in the world today is reflected in the mission of The Resonance Project Foundation. He shares the developments of his research through scientific publications and educational offerings through the Resonance Academy.’
The description of the atom right down to the level of the quarks, to the speed of light to the movement of planets in our solar system, to gravity, are all contained in the ancient and sacred text, The Vedas. It is rather strange that if information comes from the east, it is superstition, but if it comes from the west it is science. We do not entirely know how the information from the east, was obtained. It could have been from help from people behind our planet, or perhaps divine revelation. I am not sure if science wants to simply deny what spirituality is saying or simply be righteous in their way of thinking. Either way, this sort of attitude closes the door to advancement in scientific understanding and technologies. It appears that the tables have turned though. Nicholas Copernicus and Galileo Galilei were two scientists who printed books that later became banned. Copernicus faced no persecution when he was alive because he died shortly after publishing his book. Galileo, on the other hand, was tried by the Inquisition after his book was published. Both scientists held the same theory that the Earth revolved around the sun, a theory now known to be true. However, the Church disapproved of this theory because the Holy Scriptures state that the Earth is at the center, not the Sun. As the contents of the Bible were taken literally, the publishing of these books proved, to the Church, that Copernicus and Galileo were sinners; they preached, through their writing, that the Bible was wrong. The scientific and spiritual communities have been at each other for centuries now. Perhaps it is time to stop fighting each other and support each other on the journey of asking 3 questions both parties are interested in being answered. Who are we? Why are we here? Where are we going to? Of course, as we delve deeper into these questions that word will inevitably come up, GOD. If we remove the names, the personification, the rituals and the dogma, we are left with a single definition of God – that which is omnipresent, omniscient, and omnipotent. This is wonderful, because if we look at Nassim Haramein’s work, you may just find…God.
It has not been an easy journey for Haramein. He has earned the title of madman, a scam, crazy, fraud, and crank. I believe that every truth sayer has a truth slayer. All truth at first is ridiculed and laughed at, then violently opposed and finally accepted as being self-evident.
Albert Einstein’s unified field theory sought to unify the forces and electromagnetism and gravity, however Einstein was unable to complete the theory during his lifetime. Haramein has pursued this theory and laid the foundations for its completion. His solutions to Einstein’s field equations which describe the properties of a gravitational field surrounding a given mass incorporating the concept of torque or spin and the Coriolis effect, the sideways deflection up an object moving across the surface a rotating body caused by the body’s rotation, produced his unified field theory.
Central to Haramein’s concept of the universe is the idea of a vacuum or space in which we interact and create our reality. The Universe is 99.999% empty. The same is said about an atom. Have you ever wondered what drives the planets around the sun or for that matter what drives the electrons around the proton in an atom? For something to move, it needs an input of energy. Where is this energy coming from? What looks like space and what looks empty is actually not.
The space between atoms in the molecule is not empty. It is full. We are bathing in an energy that is the source of all creation. This was always known by civilizations. How much energy is in the space inside the atom? The density of the vacuum was found to be 1094 grams/cm3. If you took all the stars and planets in our universe, and compressed them so they would fit into 1 cm3 of space (the size of your finger tip), the density of that 1 cm3 would be 1055 g/cm3. That is 39 orders of magnitude less than the density of the vacuum! There is an infinite amount of energy in the “nothingness” more than there is in the matter. If we were to extract one billionth of a billionth of a billionth of a percent of what’s there in the space we would have enough energy to run this whole planet! There would be no pollution, there would be no carbon output and there would be enormous amounts of energy for anybody that needs it anywhere on our planet or even our Universe.
The space is the source of everything. It is the medium that connects all things. Haven’t the mystics always said that we are created of nothing, and we come from nothing and shall return to nothing? The paradox is that the nothing is everything. If the space makes up 99.999% of the Universe, then the space is everywhere, always present, and connected to everything.
How does the vacuum/space work? When we look into the vacuum, the main mechanical function of this energy is like a fluid, a super fluid. We are not even aware that the fluid even exists. It is like asking the fish, ‘how is the water?’ The vacuum produces vertical vortexes around a physical object. The shape of this is that of the torus. Haramein says that nothing comes into existence if it is not spun into existence. In the center of this torus (spinning vortex), absolute stillness is present. This is seen in nature in a tornado. The center of a tornado has no wind. It is still. All masters have spoken about turning inwards, going to the singularity (God). The shape of the vortex is absolutely special.
Sacred geometry is said to be a visual expression the universe. For example, the famous Flower of Life has been carved into many temples and holy places around the world. Another expression of the universe, as already mentioned is the double torus shape. Many masters that were able to reach that point of stillness, that point of singularity at the center of their existence actually witness the fundamental geometric principal of creation. That double torus is a function of the space-time manifold. When it goes to the zero point, to the singularity where absolute stillness is present then the geometry goes to the minimum amount of vectors for stability, the minimum amount of vectors for absolute equilibrium. It is looking for absolute equilibrium.
Water is the source of life on Earth and is sacred. A newborn is composed of approximately 75 percent water. Humans are fundamentally connected to water. Six-fold geometry or four-fold geometry is fundamental to the structure of space-time. That geometry is matched by the geometry of water structure and that’s why all life emerges from water, because it’s the information that is going from the structure of space-time to the water molecule and then it’s the molecules that produce the biological organization.
Haramein says that every atom including those we are composed of, is a black hole that both absorbs information from the vacuum and also radiates information out like a whitehole which is a black hole operating in reverse of the vacuum. It is everywhere, it knows everything, it is the source of all information and it self organizes everything. It could be called God.
This is when it begins to get even more exciting. Haramein has calculated that the amount of energy inside a proton is the exact mass of the universe. What this is saying is that the entire Universe exists inside a proton. The mystic Rumi said, “Not only are you in the Universe, but the Universe also exists within you.” All the other protons are holographically expressed within one proton, showing that it is all interconnected. It is all one. We are all one.
The fact that the Universe is holographic and fractal in nature, by understanding a piece of it, we can understand the whole.
There is a connection between us and the field. What we feed into the field, will determine how the field responds to us. If we are able to connect, by going in that silence/stillness, the field will reveal answers to us as well, as it contains information about the entire Universe.
All this time, scientists have been looking for consciousness in the brain. Looking in the brain to look for consciousness, is like looking inside the radio and expecting to find the announcer there. It is rather silly to do so. Consciousness is in the vacuum. It is everywhere. It is in the structure of space. It is in the 99.999% emptiness. The brain just tunes into the consciousness. It is specific to you.
Haramein believes that if you connect with your heart first, which is the organ with the highest electromagnetic impulse in your body, it informs the brain of this request, that puts it all together to download the information from the consciousness. This is also known as inspiration.
We have an infinite potential. We have access to infinite information and knowledge, which we can access if we take just a little bit of time. Even if it’s five minutes every day to just turn our senses inwards and go towards that singularity, go to words that point of stillness within ourselves. Meditation or any technique allows us to turn our senses inwards instead of being outwardly focused. If you just take the time to center then you get closer and closer and closer to that singularity and can connect with the infinite nature and existence of the space around you. Then the infinite wisdom that’s already within you will unfold to your beautiful dharma, because everybody has a mission, everybody has something to do here that’s very important.
Haramein’s work will have a revolutionary impact on our lives. The result of which means society becomes harmonious, working together in support of thriving, eliminating hunger, crime and even sickness. We will stop destroying our environment as there will be no pollution. We will be able to create gravitational fields, space drives – which mean travelling across the universe.
Interplanetary travel will no longer be a dream when this new age of Science arrives. Haramein predicts that within a very short amount of time (20 years) people will be able to get on a ship and go and visit Jupiter for the weekend, go to the moon and so on casually just because we understood how to use gravitational fields and were able to move with the universe, instead of against it. He thinks that this is a very important part of our evolution and transcending beyond the limited resources of our planet.
It may be time for us to ascend and leave the planet. Ascension may be more than a spiritual one says Haramein. He believes that a planet such as earth is unstable and subjective to earthquakes and other natural disasters, including risks of being fried by a solar flare or even be destroyed by an asteroid. By using new science, we could get off the planet and ascend into the stars, keeping our species (or more) alive. Either way, we will either transcend of self-destruct.
Currently Nassim is focused on his most recent developments in quantum gravity and their applications to technology, new energy research, applied resonance, life sciences, permaculture, and consciousness studies. Nassim currently resides in Kauai compassionately raising his two young sons, and surfing the sunlit swells on the shores of the magnificent Hawaiian islands. Haramein has been approached discreetly by many companies and even people who are billionaires to fund his work if he chose to work for them. But he respectfully declined, as he wants the knowledge of his research and the foundation to be freely available to the people.
Resonance Project Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization chartered to conduct research and education in the field of unified physics. Our team, led by Director of Research Nassim Haramein, is dedicated to exploring the fundamental wheel works of nature to gain a greater understanding of universal dynamics for the betterment of all life. We share our discoveries with the wider scientific community and the general public through scientific publications, layman papers, and our Resonance Academy. We encourage dialogue and explorations that are at the nucleus of all scientific inquiry and advancement.
Please send all inquiries to: email@example.com or visit resonance.is for more information. You can also support Nassim Haramein’s research as well as help him spread his work to the world. Support the new movie which is being released, “The Connected Universe” by adding to the crowd funding campaign.
Source of information: Resonance.is, Interviews with Nassim Haramein available from YouTube, Seminars and Workshops given by Nassim Haramein, available on YouTube. All scientific information was compiled to the best of my understanding as well as my interpretation. Please refer to the website for the published papers available freely for download.
Author: Mohan H Surujbally, hiteshsurujbally.com