By viewing each of the ten instruments of the Maharishi Vedic
Observatory through the eyes, ten kinds of specific balancing
influences are enlivened in the physiology.
Measurement theory states that the process of measurement
affects the object of measurement. This principle is also true
with the attention. The attention affects the object of attention;
it enlivens that which is observed. Thus, it is the view of Maharishi
Vedic ScienceSM that the observation
of the yantras brings us into harmony with all the Laws of Nature,
those laws responsible for orderly growth in creation. By placing
the attention through the vision on the Maharishi Vedic Observatory,
the evolutionary process is enlivened; any damaging influence
within the physiology gets neutralized at that moment, because
the evolutionary process is inspired. Whatever influence is antilife
or retards the evolutionary process of the individual is said
to be lessened or mitigated.
By the process of aligning the vision through the Maharishi
Vedic Observatory, the effect of balance is said to be produced,
and naturally any imbalance that may be in one's system will
thus be minimized. By viewing each of the ten instruments of
the tabletop Maharishi Vedic Observatory through the eyes, ten
kinds of specific balancing influences are enlivened in the physiology.
The practical use of the Observatory is to spontaneously help
remove imbalances that may exist.
How to Use the Maharishi Vedic Observatory
To gain the full benefit of the Maharishi Vedic Observatory,
one is not required to observe the stars in their positions,
nor is it necessary for one to observe the movement of the shadow
of the Sun. The proper use of the Maharishi Vedic Observatory
is to innocently view the instruments of the Observatory through
the sense of sight for a few minutes daily. This innocent perception
of the Maharishi Vedic Observatory allows one's awareness and
physiology to gain balance and align with the Laws of Nature
expressed throughout the cosmos.
The Maharishi Vedic Observatory contains ten instruments,
which are displayed on the following pages. An understanding
of the traditional use of the instruments is provided to illustrate
how the form and structure of each instrument is derived.
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