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Maharishi's mechanics of transforming the world: Raja John Konhaus - Part II
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15 August 2008
Raja John Konhaus, Raja of Japan for the Global Country of World Peace continues his presentation begun in Part I by explaining further how Maharishi's Vedic knowledge of the mechanics of transformation has transformed agriculture and every discipline into a supreme science of life.
'From the very first day when Maharishi established the Spiritual Regeneration Movement 50 years ago, he maintained that the mechanics of the transformation of the world were really the mechanics of Self-realization,' said Raja Konhaus. 'Outer life is matured only when inner life is fulfilled. If man's consciousness, like Maharishi's, is Brahm [Totality]; if it is universal, then every single one of his actions is universal in its application.'
Raja Konhaus showed graphic illustrations of Sutras [verses or hymns of Vedic Literature] from the Shiva Sutras that express how an enlightened man transforms the world. The translations of these verses included such expressions as: 'Such a Yogi* is capable of helping humanity unbounded by space and time'; and 'He has the capacity to create a different kingdom of Nature and a new variety of life'. 'This is what Maharishi has done in Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture,' Raja Konhaus said.
Raja Konhaus then explained that Maharishi had said that the process of transformation itself, the ability to transform anything into anything else, is the underlying theme of Vedic Agriculture. Vedic Agriculture is the supreme science of transformation and Maharishi defined in one phrase how the transformations in agriculture would be guided: 'Agreeing with the culturing intelligence of total Natural Law.'
Raja Konhaus showed a graphic of the familiar structure of agriculture—diversity agreeing with the culturing intelligence of Natural Law, which is a unified expression: what emerges is another diversified expression enriched by that Unity—Vedic Agriculture.
'In this one phrase Maharishi gives us the ultimate connection between man and Nature,' said Raja Konhaus. 'The Unified Field Chart also shows this intimate connection between man and nature, the objective and subjective sides of life. It shows us that transformations from the level of the Unified Field of consciousness can bring about transformations in both the objective world and the subjective world, because they are both governed by the same fundamental law.'
Raja Konhaus then explained a graphic of the most fundamental process of transformation in Nature: 'the sequential unfoldment of Atma [the Self] to Veda [Total Knowledge] to Sharir [the body] to Vishwa [the universe], and finally to Brahm [Totality].
'Atma, or consciousness, unfolds to Natural Law, the Constitution of the Universe, which becomes the physiology, which becomes the universe. This is the primordial transformation, the background for every other transformation,' said Raja Konhaus.
The next graphic showed the sequential transformations in the late stages in the life of a plant. Raja Konhaus explained that in the graphic there is a gap between each stage, and at the top is an arrow that says 'Vedic recitation'. 'At each stage in the life of the plant, this is where transformations occur,' said Raja Konhaus, 'and this is where we want to administer a Vedic intelligence to guide those transformations. In Vedic Organic Agriculture we focus in on the point of transformation in the life of a plant.'
* Yogi: an individual established in the state of Yoga, Union, the integration of individual intelligence with cosmic intelligence.
Global Good News will feature Part III of this talk in the coming days.
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