Mahesh Yogi was a genius, who developed the Seven Claims of Awareness. He founded the explanation and methodology for producing higher states of Awareness. Dr Keith Wallace, ex President of MIU, described Enlightenment as the entire development of Consciousness, with respect to the harmonious features of each part of the body. He stated that India may be the home of the very most profound understanding and techniques for the advancement of Physiology. “What the ancients intended by Supreme Understanding, Jnana, was that condition of perfect purchase, zero entropy”, he says in his content ” The Neurophysiology of Enlightenment”. In his PhD Thesis ” The Physiological Ramifications of Transcendental Meditation”, he conclusively proved the living of a Fourth Main State of Consciousness. Here’s an abstract of a report posted in the periods at the Lucidity Association’s Meeting on Higher Claims of Awareness in Chicago in 1990.
Vedic psychology, as presented by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, delineates seven main states of consciousness (Maharishi, 1972). The daily routine of waking, dreaming, and sleeping constitute the three common changing states of awareness. Furthermore, Maharishi’s Vedic psychology describes an invariant sequence of higher levels of consciousness. The 4th state of awareness, termed transcendental awareness (TC), is certainly characterized as a content-free condition of “restful alertness”, the best ground state of your brain, pure consciousness (Maharishi, 1969). In this state “… recognition becomes completely ‘self-referral’ � awareness has nothing apart from itself in its framework” (Maharishi, 1986, p. 27). Maharishi describes TC the following: This is circumstances of inner wakefulness without object of idea or perception, just natural consciousness [TC], alert to its unbounded nature. It really is wholeness, alert to itself, [Self-awareness] without distinctions, beyond the division of subject matter and object � transcendental awareness (Maharishi, 1977, p. 123). TC is kept to be as specific from the normal waking condition as waking is certainly from dreaming or asleep.
Latest research reviews have determined over 20 physiological correlates distinguishing TC from basic relaxation, sleeping, dreaming and waking (See Alexander and Boyer, 1989; Alexander, Cranson, Boyer and Orme-Johnson, 1986; Wallace, 1986; for a complete review). He previously given millions the knowledge of Transcendental Awareness and his contribution to humanity was immense. He got Indian Philosophy all over and made Geetha probably the most well-known books ever ! May his soul rest in Peace ! He described the Geetha as the Lamp lit by god, the father at the altar of humanity, redeeming Man from Ignorance ! He travelled all over with the message of Vedic Wisdom and was adored by Nobel Laureates and intellectuals. He was one of the biggest sons of India !