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Adi and Praja

Chapter 8

Issue 82: Science, and always true

depended on her – (but not at this moment).’ Even Beauty’s death was beautiful.

She had never been out of the country – but she had visited some of the heavens as well as some hells. She has great work to do in the future.


Chapter 8

Praja’s invents sciences

Science and what is always true


(science, and that which is always true)

Praja’s Third Dream continued. But is went along entirely different lines. Instead of watching and inspiring stones, trees, animals and people, she began to take decisions and make plans in her dream. Now it really gets interesting! This part of the dream plays in a time when people just began to really think for the first time – a very, very long time ago.

It would be Adi’s task to teach the highest philosophy and universal truths to people, every time when the most forward among the people of a particular culture in a particular time period had reached the limit of their ability and felt a yearning for still deeper knowledge and development of their mind and understanding, and wished to extend their intuition.

But it was Praja’s task to let it all run as smoothly as possible, to stimulate everyman’s heart, and to guide the whole process for all beings as painless as possible. As said many times: all creatures have free will within their niche of development, and especially human minds have great freedom of choice. Praja can inspire and advice, and protect people, but she cannot do their work for them (because otherwise they would never become gods like she herself). Of course Praja had complete understanding of Adi’s philosophy. (They had the same heart, after all.)

Praja felt it as her task to inspire people to choose the highest of their emotions and feelings, and their noblest and truest thoughts.

So Praja founded Culture. The best thing you can do to develop your mind is of course: think. Think and investigate. So she founded science. Pure science means: to perceive, to compare, to connect, and to reflect whatever you find in the mirror of truth. There are a number of universal verities, which together we may call ‘the mirror of truth – you will find that they are universal if you fully understand them – that means they are everywhere in the universe, inside atoms, planets, galaxies and beyond the farthest limits we can imagine, millions of light years away in every direction. And, of course, ultimately, each of them is an aspect of one still greater truth, etc.

But please have a little bit of patience. Before we start about science, we first have to pay attention to the fundamentals of everything. After that we will talk about science.

It is Adi’s task to teach these fundamentals, and Praja’s task to elaborate on them. I’ll mention some of Adi’s fundamentals. Adi knew these things long before the first human being was born on earth. Then I plan to continue to tell what Praja did with that knowledge. After all, this chapter is about Praja, and Adi will get his turn elsewhere. But just to mentions Adi’s universal teachings I will summarize them here:

However far you think, there is always something beyond that. Nothing ever has an absolute beginning or end, but our mind and understanding is always limited within its own circle. Just as we can see, hear, feel, smell and taste only so much and so far as we can. But beyond that limit there is always more to see, hear, feel, smell of taste. This is true for very big things as well as very small things. It is true for visible as well as invisible things.

The result is that whatever scientists conclude, it is never the final answer. There always remains more to investigate and to understand. The result is also, that however deep a yogi dives in his own inner being, however great his understanding of the human heart and the universe becomes, though he can discover things which as very essential and which never occur to the minds of scientists, he has a limit. The human limit. It is the limit of the mind itself, beyond which he cannot go, for the moment. Greater depths and heights can only be reached in the future, when he surpasses the limits of the mind.

2) Everything that exists pulsates, like your own heart, like alternating summers and winters or dry and rainy seasons. Visible things become invisible sooner or later, and from the invisible things appear – they seem to come in existence, but is reality are the result of a continuation of which always existed. An example: your own life: one day you die, and people around you may think that you do not exist anymore. The truth is that you are even more conscious when you are dead that while you are alive in a visible body on this earth. Because this Law of Nature is universal, it applies to everything, including Adi himself. Nothing ever disappears forever. Not even illusions, because even an illusion is part of Truth. Only when your mind develops you learn to see the Truth inside the illusions. But then, of course, then they are no longer illusions, so you can say they have disappeared. This goes on forever – but sometimes there are periods of rest, like sleeping, and activity like being awake, or the death of a solar system or galaxy or subatomic particle, and the rebirth of its result into activity. At every time evolution goes on. Every day, every lifetime, even after the rebirth of our whole planet, solar system, galaxy, cluster of galaxies, structures of clusters of galaxies, and so on. We can never think of an end to this process.

3) All hearts are connected with, or rather part of, One Heart (the one of Adi). That is why deep within ourselves we are all Adi. We ‘only’ have to learn the Truth behind all illusions. Adi, who came to Earth when he was called by his parents, and Praja by her parents, have a Heart that is shared by all shared by all living beings in and on Earth. But Adi’s heart is connected with a still much greater heart. You can call it the HEART of the Heart of all hearts. And in this way there are uncountable, millions, billions, trillions and many, many more Adi’s in the Universe. And all of them and all of us are forever connected, and therefore all are helping each other – always, even when you think they don’t.

4) Everything reincarnates. After you and I and every being has been dead for some time, we all will be reborn in a new body, though not always everyone at the same time of course. In this way, we, and every other being, help the elements of the body in which they incarnate. Adi incarnates in all beings – not only in our ‘normal,’ visible bodies, but also in our emotional bodies made of invisible stardust, and which continues to exist for some time after we die from our physical bodies. Adi also exists in the World of Good Thoughts, and in the Worlds of Pure Knowledge. Then Adi ‘dies,’ that means he leaves all these bodies in various worlds, and keeps only the very essence of them with him, and is then born in the bodies he rebuilds from the old materials in the Worlds of Knowledge, Good Thought and stardust, and if he chooses so, or is requested or told to, as is the case in our present book, he will also build himself a physical body. The same applies to Praja, because Adi and Praja are but two sides of the same thing.

5) Everything that happens has a cause. Everything that one does has a result. Doing things means to influence energies. And each energy has the power to influence something else. For example, if I think or write something, an energy runs from my mind to my brains, through my nerves to my fingers, and I write. So something that first occurred in my mind as a kind of seed of a thought, has now become, through some processes en evolutions, what you are reading at this moment. You read and think about it (I hope) and that influences your mind. You can accept what I write because you like it, or perhaps you do not accept it because you don’t like it. Or partly accept it and partly reject it, or partly do not really understand, and then you put it in a storage part of your mind, and take it out later, maybe next week, or perhaps very many years later. Then it will help you at the right time. Your mind attracts and composes thoughts, and your intelligence combines these thoughts, and thus creates new ideas.

So, what you think, will result in other thoughts. Also in other feelings. Also in the things you do. Or the things you say. It is really complex, because actions and feelings and thoughts and memories, new ideas and intuition (that is a thought that seems to come from ‘nowhere’ or from some deeper or higher level of your own consciousness that you cannot trace at present, but makes a lot of things clear, and makes you happier or wiser). So whatever scientists study has a cause, even though it may be untraceable, but feelings, thoughts, energies and powers are constantly interworking, influencing each other, and you have to make choices continuously. So cause and effect are linked like a seed with a full grown plant that grows from that seed. The seeds sown, will of course result in a harvest of the same kind.

6) All things of a higher nature are always active to stimulate everything of a lower nature into upward direction. Even if something strives towards its most pleasant entropic condition (that means to say, if something or someone wants to be as lazy as possible) it will, after some time, feel the wish to become active again, and always in an upward direction.

7) Everything evolves or develops – either in a spiritual or in a material direction, the one after the other. Our bodies evolve, matter evolves, our feelings evolve, our mind, our refined spiritual intuition, and who we really are evolves, our Heart, Adi, Praja evolves. Of course also our scientific knowledge and understanding evolve. Even if people try to refuse to evolve and become better, and try to counteract evolution and become evil, they will evolve, because this is a universal law of Nature.

8) There is no self-existent thing in the universe that is not alive. Everything lives, everything has consciousness, or even better to say: everything is consciousness.

9) Everything and everyone will finally know who it or he or she is, and be itself or himself or herself only, and that it or he or she is equal to Adi.


(Why Science?)

So, Praja, keeping this all in mind, as it can be kept in our minds, invented science: the spirit of inquiry, perception and logical thinking.

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