2018, Vol. 3, Issue 1
Yogic science: The grandest technology to understand ‘wholistic man’
Author(s): Dr. Miteshkumar G Vagh
“Health and happiness are your birthright, claim them and develop them to your maximum potential”. This message of Swamiji Gitananda Giri Guru Maharaj is a firm reminder that the goal of human existence is not health and happiness but is Moksha (liberation). Most people today are so busy trying to find health and happiness that they forget why they are here in the first place. Yoga is the best way for us to regain our birthrights and attain the goal of our human existence. Yoga is an in-depth, wholistic, science of man and indeed the only science that deals simultaneously with all aspects of the philosophy, psychology and practicality of conscious evolution. While modern science tends to look outward through an experimental model, the science of Yoga enables us to search the depths of our own self, thus realising the ultimate truth through an experiential model. This body of knowledge gained through intense, systematic, introverted investigation into the workings of the human mind has been handed down from master to disciple through millennia. It is suggested that a two way integration of the experimentally tempered modern science with the experientially modeled science of Yoga can lead us to many answers for challenges plaguing modern humankind such as debilitating chronic illnesses related to aging, environment, and hedonistic lifestyle. Modern medical advancements provide the rationale for the integration of various traditional healing techniques including Yoga to promote healing, health, and longevity. It is imperative that advances in medicine include the wholistic approach of Yoga to face the current challenges in health care. This paper discusses different methods and characteristics of science and finds that all of them have equivalents in Yoga.
Pages: 2167-2169 | 287 Views 6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Miteshkumar G Vagh. Yogic science: The grandest technology to understand ‘wholistic man’. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(1):2167-2169.