- Albert Einstein introduced a new framework for all of physics and proposed new concepts of space and time.
- Scientist can get the intuition in deep cognition and contemplation.
- For obtaining unknown knowledge through intuition, there should be primary and secondary means.
Einstein got E=mc2 by intuition and he integrated three fundamental particles namely proton, neutron and electron in a formula which is universally accepted as quantum law for any scientific development. Similarly, Indian yogi gets the integrated function of three Tattva (Particles) namely Varuna, Aryama and Mitra; which are equivalent to three fundamental particles of Science. This three Tattva (Varuna, Aryama and Mitra) are called ‘Apah’ in Veda and the same are functionally expressed in XIV chapter of Bhagvad Geeta. Some difference exists between scientific expression of E=mc2 and the statement provided in XVI chapter of Bhagvad Geeta. The modern science provides the formula for quantification (For obtaining the number); were as, Bhagvad Geeta provides the detail features of each one while integrating and becoming the cause for creation. The article explains the salient feature between the scientific approach and Vedic approach for fundamental particles.
Albert Einstein, in his theory of special relativity, determined that the laws of physics are the same for all non-accelerating observers, and he showed that the speed of light within a vacuum is the same no matter the speed at which an observer travels. As a result, he found that space and time were interwoven into a single continuum known as space-time. Events that occur at the same time for one observer could occur at different times for another. In 1905, Albert Einstein introduced a new framework for all of physics and proposed new concepts of space and time. Einstein then spent 10 years trying to include acceleration in the theory and published his theory of general relativity in 1915. In it, he determined that massive objects cause a distortion in space-time, which is felt as gravity.
The Legacy of E=mc2 can be applied in Scientific processing related to topics like: Big Bang, The tug of gravity, Continuum, Black holes, Supernova, White Dwarf, Electromagnetic Force, and Gravitational waves. The Scientific community is well aware that the Quantum Theory of relativity has wide application in the field connected with starting of creation of Universe for inanimate & animates World. During creation, the different domains (Loka) like physical, cosmic and spiritual domain were established for existing the Planets, Solar System, Galaxy and Stars. In scientific term, the existence of different processing like Bing Bang, Black Hole processing, Collider, Fusion & Fission Energy formation, and balancing the heavenly networking (Energy) and trafficking (Space) of stars, galaxy and solar system were established. Similar kind of yogic approach has been discovered many centuries ago to establish the totality in energy transformation through Kundalini yoga and other principles. Yoga and Meditation can harvest the crop concerned with pure energy through different steps of Aastang Yoga. There, a yogi can attain the zone of intuition.
2. Intuition for scientist and yogi:
Scientist can get the intuition in deep cognition and contemplation. Yogi can also get the deeper zone of intuition with the help of inner yoga (Antarang Yoga). There, a yogi adopts the step by step process of concentration and deep meditation. It is stated that Albert Einstein could get this formula (E=mc2) through intuition. Intuition is a zone or filed where Unknown concepts of creation exists. This (Intuition) can easily be obtained by intellectual, Scientist and Yogi. The understanding of basics fundamental principles and processing of energy and space can be obtained by means of intuition; which Yogi gets easily. This is because; he follows the fundamental approach in meditation. The Scientist can also get the same (Intuition) with deep cognition and contemplation. Einstein was able to establish himself in this zone.
2.1 Process for obtaining the intuitive knowledge
At the time of going ‘insight’, the mind of intellectual or Scientist has to be concentrated and expanded. Naturally, there cannot be any attachment either to one thing or the other in a person who has the established conviction that the self is the Universal Consciousness and everything is included in it. Though, deep concentration is followed, but activity does not demand the reality of the objects (Consciousness or self) to which it is directed. Einstein would have gone for similar kind of concentration while diving into the unknown reality. The essential factors for any activity are the availability of the means of activity, such as the mind and the senses, and the feeling of reality in regard to external appearances, called objects. Einstein could have achieved the purity of his mind and senses before withdrawing (pratyahara) and making them introvert.
For obtaining unknown knowledge through intuition, there should be primary and secondary means. Primary means is the process of deep meditation and secondary means is the process of deep concentration. In the absence of primary means, Yoga prescribes concentration of mind as secondary means for achieving the zone of intuition; provided the mind and senses are kept pure. The concentration on special concepts is prescribed, by which the fluctuation of the mind is removed and the same enables to reflect Truth. In the spirituality, knowledge or Gyana is prescribed for higher minds with the help of meditation and for the lower ones Yoga is recommended.
2.2 The Importance of Intuition
Intuition is a field or domain where ‘Unknown of the universe’ is revealed. This field starts whenever universal consciousness (free from human intelligence) is attained. This consciousness is different than the general consciousness prevailing with intelligent people at the awakened state (Jagrut Awastha). Common consciousness exists at centre of eyebrows (the nucleus of human intelligence).Universal Consciousness has to be focussed as a direct action along the lines of Concentration on a single thought. Universal consciousness exists at third ventricle or Bindu Visarga, which is having the possibility of the dispelling of ignorance. General consciousness cannot destroy ignorance, because it does not act to dispel distorted Vritti (Rajasic qualities). The destruction of ignorance is possible only when action is associated with concentration and meditation.
The scientist or intellectual can touch the circumference of intuitive zone by observing the righteous means of living (keeping minimum level of six temperament), learning the subject systematically with complete knowledge of the subject and loving the work in hand with attitude of ‘work is worship’. Keeping these in mind, intellectual or scientist can concentrate on the subject along with slow breathing (inhalation and exhalation) to move towards the intuitive zone (as shown in image). This is possible when they are in the range of Alpha or Theta zone of the brain.
It is very interesting to note that the universal Consciousness is not opposed to ignorance. It (Universal Consciousness) denotes the speed of light in vacuum; were as, ignorance would not have consciousness and the same might not be volunteer to expand mentally. But by exploring Ignorance, the universal consciousness can be attained. By the term ignorance, it does not mean that someone is completely vague on the subject. This means that one is unable to lead towards the field or domain of pure universal consciousness. The intellectual and scientist can overcome this kind of hindrance with help of deep concentration and meditation on single thought. This process (concentration and meditation) will eliminate the fluctuation (vritti) related to hypothesis or thought. In turn, concentration and meditation will eliminate the turbidity (Tamas) and distortion (Rajas) aspects of mind. Whenever human intelligence is turned into Viveka (special kind of cosmic intelligence), this will lead towards universal consciousness & the same will get opened up. This is also known as removal of ‘Avidya’ in Yoga.