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"We are all connected – Isha Vasyam Idam Sarvam."

This profound phrase often resonates within me, echoing the timeless wisdom from the Sai Satcharita: "It is by the grace of the Lord that a mute can speak and a cripple can climb a mountain. He alone knows how to bring our endeavors to fruition."





When I sit down to write about Saipanth or Shunya Kriya, it feels as though Bhayya himself guides my hand, infusing my words with His divine grace and blessings. It's these moments that I cherish deeply, feeling connected to a higher wisdom.


I have had the incredible opportunity to engage in discussions and even debates with Bhayya on the spiritual teachings He imparts. I often find myself questioning Him, "You pledge to bear the burden of each one of us, to lead us like a pack of wolves, ensuring no one is left behind. How can this be, given our varied stages of spiritual development?"


The Sai Satcharita illustrates how Baba would converse in the language most comprehensible to the seeker. With immense compassion, Bhayya elucidated the concept of "Isha Vasyam Idam Sarvam" to me in terms I could grasp most naturally.


In a moment of reflection last evening, while reading a book, I stumbled upon an article discussing evolution. A British scientist, Rupert Sheldrake, introduced the intriguing concept of a species' morphogenic field. He believes that once a member of a species acquires a new skill, it subsequently becomes quicker and easier for other members across the globe to learn it.


Sheldrake suggests that this phenomenon stems from a 'hologramic' link between each individual's brain and the collective morphogenetic field of the species. He explains this through 'Bisosciation'—a sudden cognitive leap that creates a new neural circuit interconnecting existing ones.


This theory, bolstered by recent studies on neuroplasticity, was derived from his experiments with rats. He observed that once a single rat mastered a maze, the skill was rapidly and effortlessly acquired by rats worldwide.


The newer studies on neurophysiology have explained this further.

 

 

Calcium- Fodrin – Caplain Cascade:

 

This research in neurophysiology done at University of California has revealed the role of neuropeptides in learning process by facilitating possible “soldering” mechanism for formation of new neural connections. The researchers performed experiments on rats by stimulating their brains with electrical pulses.

 

 

Salient findings relevant/applicable to our spiritual sadhana:

 



The transformative effects on the brain continue as long as there is consistent engagement in Sadhana. Discontinuation of Sadhana can lead to a lower energy state, which may reverse the beneficial processes initiated by regular practice.


This underscores Bhayya's emphasis on the importance of steadfast and habitual Sadhana – there's simply no alternative to this discipline.


While the scientists didn't specifically mention Sadhana, I have drawn this parallel based on my own understanding and interpretation.






We are intrinsically interconnected...


In our spiritual practice, we immerse ourselves in Bhayya's guided meditation, embracing the resonance of his voice.


It is theorized that spiritual masters like Bhayya, whose Kundalini energy is fully vitalized, have the power to influence neural activities in the brain through their spoken word or through the contemplative act of engaging with their written teachings.


Reflecting on historical accounts and scriptural wisdom, such enlightened beings share three cardinal attributes – the '3 Cs': Creativity, Communication Skills, and Charisma, which are considered manifestations of a fully awakened Kundalini.


My hypothesis, thus, is that Bhayya's ability to induce neural alterations in even a few practitioners within the Saipanth community could, by virtue of the morphogenic species theory, catalyze changes across the neuronal networks of all practitioners.


This insight harks back to a core tenet consistently emphasized by Bhayya – that our collective odyssey commenced from a singular cellular origin, reaffirming our unity: "Isha Vasyam Idam Sarvam."


Sairam

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SAIRAM Ananth. The article on Ishavasya Midam Sarvam is beautifully explained scientifically.


Your quote from A British scientist, Rupert Sheldrake,that says about the intriguing concept of a species' morphogenic field - once a member of a species acquires a new skill, it subsequently becomes quicker and easier for other members across the globe to learn it, is amazing. This reminds of 1st sloka of Vedas sahana vavatu, sahanau bhunaukthu; sahaveeryam karavaavahai....


Importance of sadhana is well explained scientifically. This article is worth to remember everyday so that we all remain motivated to do sadhana as prescribed by our Guru.


By the by strange incident happened just now while i was reading this article. I heard voice of Ravi Bhayyaji. Though…

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