Satya Bala and Wak Sanyam

One source which can let us know the balance of Agni Soma in our body is our Nadi or Nerve. It helps us understand the degree of heat and cold in the body. This Nadi is the internal thermometer of our body. If there is high degree of heat inside the body, we are fed with medicines with high quantity of Soma to fill the gap in quantity of Soma. Similarly if the body is suffering with high degree of cold, then the treatment advisable is of medicines with high quantity of Agni. This same principle is applicable on Wak Shakti, because of which the speaker needs water to pacify the heat.


Anna Swaroopa Nirupana

From Mana to the Earth, this Atma is incorporated of just seven things. The name of seven alone is Atma. The Anna of this Atma are also seven. If any one of these Anna gets inflicted by conflict due to absence of mind, it goes into the Atma and starts disturbing it. It creates conflicting Anna deformity. For example, it creates fear. Only the Anna controlled by a healthy and alert mind, are healthy for the Atma. If any one of the Anna creates conflict of all seven, it becomes the reason for misery.

Gati – Stithi Nirupana

“Tamaha Prakashwatta” Like darkness and light, both Stithi and Gati Tattwa are in constant struggle with each other. But even though being constant opposites, Light and Darkness cannot exist without each other. Just like dark Krishna and luminous Radha remain together, in the same way Stithi and Gati are a couple. Gati Tattwa is the foundation of Stithi Tattwa and Stithi Tattwa is the foundation of Gati Tattwa. Out of these two the Stithi Tattwa is the one which is termed as “Brahm”.

The Ishwara Tattva

There are two approaches to gaining knowledge. The first is to know the one primordial individual which finally becomes everything; this method is known as Vigyan. The second is to understand how everything in this cosmos finally gets subsumed in that one thing. This is called Gyan. The truth remains the same anyhow.

A brief introduction of Pandit Motilal Shastri

“Madhusudhan Ojha’s knowledge of Vedic science in fact expanded in Motilal Shastri to a remarkable extent. Had there been a supreme council of our academia on the lines of Vedic ‘Panchal Parishad’, its great member-scholars would have understood the real worth of this unique literary happening and would have taken it to the world. ….We can call this literature as the encyclopedia of the intense and complex definitions of the Vedic Science. Such an amazing explanation of the subject is unparallel.”