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Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture nourishes plants from the level of sound
by Global Good News staff writer
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1 September 2012
Much of a course on Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture is devoted to the latest positive trends in agriculture, including application of no-till farming, widespread use of compost, and no-work gardening methods. However, the central element of the course is its exploration of the advancements that distinguish Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture from organic agriculture.
Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture was inaugurated by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in order to apply the ancient wisdom of the Vedas to the field of agriculture, a field rife with misinformation and faulty methods.
Dr Peter Swan, who created the course and has taught it on four continents, said, 'Maharishi established the foundation of Vedic agriculture in the coexistence of silence and dynamism within Totality. The Constitution of the Universe, the Self of everything, is the foundation of Vedic agriculture.'
In this way, Vedic agriculture, though utilizing the same principles as organics, takes the practice to a deeper level, said Dr Swan.
In Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture, 'we go beyond the merely material level to the level of sound'.
Dr Swan explained that according to modern physics, the universe can be understood as wave fluctuations, or sounds.
Thus, he said, 'if we can enliven the right vibrations, the right fluctuations, then we can use that to nourish the plants. This is the technology of Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture.'
The right fluctuations, in Maharishi's explanation, come from the ancient Vedas.
Dr Swan explained that Maharishi Vedic Pandits are experts in utilizing technologies including recitation of specific Vedic sounds, procedures 'to enliven the growth of the plant, the nutrition of the plant at the right stages'.
'This is a great gift of Maharishi, in addition to Transcendental Meditation and the advanced Transcendental Meditation Sidhi programme, to bring the farmer's awareness in accord with natural law. Here he can directly nourish his plants from the field of sound.'
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