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Hinduism Can Save The World #1

When we celebrate the divine within

This page is part of a submission to a global forum established to help reform global governance and an alternative to the current model that is clearly failing.

It is only when you understand yourself from an internal perspective that you will understand Hinduism, for it is a celebration of life and a way of living life in harmony with nature. Few people realise that thousands of years ago before Persia, Greece and Rome became empires, Hinduism was the primary influence in the world. It is from India that we get the roots of today's science, technology and language for it is the mother of nations and civilisation as we know it.

There are masses of people today who believe they are educated, who know the world and the differences between right and wrong. Yet they remain unhappy because they believe what they've been taught within an unjust system where philosophies have been invented to justify the appalling behaviour of colonialism and modern economics where power triumphs yet victories are ultimately empty for the winners and devastating for the losers.

The uneducated and morally justified continue to suffer and often despise India and Hinduism as they are so attached to their ignorance and artificially inflated sense of self superiority. This ignorance and bad attitude toward life is destroying our planet and sending human civilisation toward extinction. Those in the developed world look at suicide and say how bad it is, but so few seem to care that we are through our attitudes towards life, committing mass suicide and dragging Hinduism along as well.

The simple difference between Hinduism and Abrahamic religions is that Hinduism requires no beliefs, Hinduism teaches that the human body and mind are the most marvellous and sophisticated gadgets on this planet. Because our sense perception is only experienced within our own minds, the universe as we perceive it actually exists within our own consciousness. Simply put, what we see around us is simply a reflection of our internal state of being.

In contrast, the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam all require that people believe in something unknown and imperceptible that cannot be scientifically validated. A part of this belief package that must be subscribed to is that the world is external to our consciousness which causes the population to see themselves as something separate from the world, separate from nature and wanting to control life. But in doing so, while physical technologies and comforts have been achieved, there is no internal balance and this is what is driving civilisation to its own destruction.

1. Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910)
"Hindus and Hinduism will one day rule the world, because this is a combination of knowledge and wisdom".

2. Herbert Wells (1846 - 1946):
"Until the effectiveness of Hinduism is restored, how many generations will suffer atrocities and life will be cut off, then one day the entire world will be attracted to it, on that day there will be a heart change and on that day the world will be inhabited.

3. Albert Einstein (1879-1955):
"I understand that through his intelligence and awareness he did that which the Jews could not do. In Hinduism it is the power that can lead to peace."

4. Huston Smith (1919):
"The faith which is upon us and this is better than us in the world, then it is Hinduism. If we open our hearts and minds for it, then it will be good for us".

5. Michael Nostradamus (1503 - 1566):
"Hinduism will become the ruler religion in Europe, but the famous city of Europe will become the Hindu capital".

6. Bertrand Russell (1872 - 1970):
"I read Hinduism and realized that it is for the religion of all the world and all mankind." Hinduism will spread throughout Europe and in Europe, big thinkers of Hinduism will emerge. One day it will come that Hindus will be the real stimulus of the world. ".

7. Gosta Lobon (1841 - 1931):
"Hindus speak of peace and reconciliation. I invite Christians to appreciate the faith of reform."

8. Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950):
"The entire world will accept Hindu religion one day and if it can not even accept the real name it will accept it by name only." West will accept Hinduism one day and Hindu will be the religion of those who have studied in the world ".

9. Johann Geith (1749 - 1832):
"We all have to accept Hinduism now or later and this is the real religion. If I say no to Hindu, I will not feel bad, I accept this right thing."

The Abrahamic religions are all about domination and this idea is a misinterpretation of Vedic scriptures taken out of context and reshaped for political expediency and other environmental factors. In contrast, Hinduism is about harmonising with nature and working to understand the internal nature of being human which amongst other things provides a permanent solution to suffering referred to as liberation or enlightenment.

In our race to self-destruction we have reached a stage our evolution where if we want to maintain our current standard of living, we need several more planets to provide the natural resources. We also have to consider that the wealthiest 20% of the worlds population consume 80% of all produce and 1/3 of the world population remains hungry. Hinduism teaches how to live comfortably without destroying the world whereas capitalism and the free market economy which is the spawn of the Abrahamic beliefs is actually destroying us.

Hinduism is based on a science which is directly perceivable by all citizens and it requires very little in the way of administration. This allows citizens to become explorers within their own personal universe and when this occurs, a new age of peace and prosperity for all will eventuate, so why do we continue marching towards extinction?

Unfortunately, without understanding mantra saasthram, tantra saasthram, yantra saasthram and then their application with aagama saasthram , one cannot explain the figurines of any ancient Hindu temple and any historicity associated with them. All the four are difficult to understand without a guide teacher aka guru meaning education needs to be reshaped on the gurukul model.

By NZ Yogi

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3 comments to Hinduism Can Save The World

  • Siri

    Hello, This is a nice idea and it could work because it is known amongst some circles of historians that Sanatana Dharma was a primary force across all of Asia in the time before Islam and European colonialism. This history that is emerging like many as being treated as an inconvenient truth in the world were people try to make the world in their own image.

  • Michael

    Hello, interesting and enlightened ideas but how to institute this in the public consciousness?

  • Jamie

    great website. You’re prbably right but the world’s population is too drugged to see it

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