By viewing the tabletop Maharishi Vedic Observatory, a remarkable
balancing effect is said to be generated in one's physiology
By viewing the tabletop Maharishi Vedic ObservatoryTM, a remarkable balancing effect
is said to be generated in one's physiology and awareness. It
is through the use of principles of the Maharishi Sthapatya Veda
program, which is the science of the structure of Nature, that
the Vedic Observatory is said to create this effect. Measuring
the positions of the planets or the items in the universe amounts
to aligning one's intelligence with cosmic intelligence and one's
physiology with cosmic physiology. And because cosmic physiology
is an eternally evolving structure, individual physiology coming
in tune with it gains that same evolving quality.
The marvel of the Maharishi Sthapatya Veda program is that
it can measure precisely; it can measure, by viewing the Maharishi
Vedic Observatory, all that is going on with infinite speed and
with an infinite number of planets and stars hanging in space
at any time. It is possible not only to have the knowledge of
the cosmic structure of life but also to own the knowledge and
make the knowledge a living reality of life by associating it
with the principles that are within the body's intelligence.
The whole body is structured according to Sthapatya Veda,
and the Vedic Observatory is also structured according to Sthapatya
Veda. Anything that is established according to Sthapatya Veda
displays the qualities of order and harmony in Nature-unity in
diversity-the inner Self. It is just like seeing one's own body
or one's own self in the mirror. Simply by observing the tabletop
Maharishi Vedic Observatory through the sense of sight, the reality
of the structure and function of the stationary individual is
brought into alignment with the reality of the structure and
function of the whole moving cosmos.
The Maharishi Vedic Observatory is an instrument to gauge
the alignment of different values in the sky. It is an instrument
to align one's awareness with the structural dimensions of the
structure of the universe, which is the projection of the structure
of the Veda. The structure of Âk Veda, Natural Law, is
the most fundamental structure of the whole universe. The Maharishi
Vedic Observatory is a simple, natural means of aligning one's
awareness with that holistic structure. When one looks at the
Observatory, a great enlivenment of the total Veda is created
within one's Self.
The marvel of the Maharishi Vedic Observatory is its simplicity.
In modern Western astronomy, one gains knowledge of the cosmos
by going outward into cosmic life. In Vedic astronomy, the knowledge
of the cosmos is not gained by going far out to explore the cosmos,
but by going within to explore inner space.
It is possible to gain knowledge of the cosmos in this way
because the whole cosmos is the expression of self-referral consciousness.
And self-referral consciousness is one's own self-referral structure,
one's own body, one's own projection, one's own life. The Maharishi
Vedic Observatory is not structured on the basis of observing
the stars in their positions. The benefit of the Observatory
has nothing to do with the previous understanding one may have
had about it. The effect of viewing the Observatory is based
on a profound expression of a structure that is molded in the
light of Sthapatya Veda.
The Maharishi Vedic Observatory is so comprehensive and so
holistic that from whatever direction one experiences it, that
partial experience of space and time stirs and enlivens the unbounded
infinite range of the infinitely diverse universe that resides
in one's awareness. Even if one doesn't have any intellectual
understanding about the Observatory, the innocent perception
of it will enliven that wholeness within, whose nature is bliss,
enlightenment, unbounded, infinite, and all positive.
"The Maharishi Vedic Observatory is the observatory
of all harmonizing values of Natural Law, which harmonizes all
the differences in the universe. The entire mechanics of the
universe come to be measured in the Maharishi Vedic Observatory."
--Maharishi Mahesh Yogi