Inner World Engineering Based On Vedic Spirituality
As per WHO biggest problem of the 21st century is STRESS . Suicide is the fourth leading cause of death among 15-29 year-olds. Modern Man has learned to control big machines but failed miserably to control his own Mind.
Our scientific power has outrun our spiritual power. We have guided missiles and misguided men.
Famous actor Jim Carrey says – I wish everyone could get rich and famous and everything they ever dreamed of so they can see that’s not the answer.” You can chase followers & money all you want (don’t let me stop you) but I hope you’ll realize beyond your basic needs they won’t do much.
Understanding life’s deeper meaning is especially important in today’s times because we have so many options to choose from. Just as it’s possible to spend a whole day surfing superficially on the net looking at this picture or that movie or that news without learning anything worthwhile or even enjoying anything substantially, so too can we spend our whole life surfing superficially, doing this and that, without ever connecting with our essence, without understanding what it is that makes us us, without manifesting that which we are meant to contribute during our life-journey.
The importance of meaning in life is highlighted by classic books such as Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankly. Based on the author’s survival amidst the horrors of the Holocaust, it explains how without a purpose for life, we lose the drive to live. A lack of a sense of overall meaning and purpose of life is the cause of the many mental health problems facing society nowadays ranging from depression to suicidal urges. They all have their specific, complex triggers, but they also originate in a universal malaise: the alienation and disorientation coming from meaninglessness and purposelessness.
Psychologist William Sheldon of Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons echoes, “Deeper and more fundamental than sexuality, deeper than the craving for social power, deeper even than the desire for possessions, there is a still more generalized and universal craving in the human makeup. It is the craving for knowledge of the right direction—for orientation.”
Who this course is for:
- Spiritual Seeker
- Spiritual Scientist