Vedic Science is the science of Veda. ‘Veda’ means pure knowledge and the infinite organizing power that is inherent in the structure of pure knowledge. Pure knowledge is the state of awareness in which consciousness knows itself alone, when awareness is completely self-referral and when awareness has nothing other than itself in its structure. This state of pure knowledge, when knower, known, and process of knowing are in the self-referral state, is that all-powerful, immortal, infinite dynamism at the unmanifest basis of creation.
This is Vedic science – all about the knower, the known and the process of knowing: all about consciousness , both in its self-referral , self-interacting state and as it expresses itself in the infinite variety of the whole creation. The knowledge of this most basic principle of life — the self-interacting dynamics of consciousness is the science of pure knowledge, the science of Veda.
Human awareness can identify itself with this most basic, self-referral value of consciousness in transcendental consciousness. is state is easily gained and most naturally enjoyed through Transcendental Meditation®. The functioning of transcendental pure consciousness is the functioning of natural law in its most settled state. The conscious human mind, identifying itself with this level of nature’s functioning, gains the ability to perform in the style with which nature
performs its activity at the most fundamental level. The human mind is thus a field of all possibilities spontaneously functioning in harmony with all the laws of nature, and able to accomplish anything. This is how human life will be cultured through Vedic Science.
Vedic Science and Modern Science Joining Hands
Through its objective approach, modern science reveals that which is perceived- the object. The subject, the perceiver, remains separate from it. Modern science investigates the field of the known, but it does not touch at all the field of the knower and the spontaneous process of knowing. Vedic Science is a complete science, which extends and fulfills the objective approach of modern science by incorporating the knower and the process of knowing into the field of investigation.