Shubha Vidya-s

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    Shrinivas Gadkari

    Dear Samir Dada,

    I would like to ask you if it is okay to ask questions
    and post comments on Shubha Vidya-s from Vedas and Upanishads
    on this forum.

    For example, for quite sometime I am searching answers to the
    following two questions:

    1. Brihadaranyaka Upanishad describes “Madhu-Vidya” in
    the adhyaya-2, section 5. Matruvatsalya Upanishad has one
    adhyaya devoted to madhu-patra, in which we have a prayer called
    madhu-saptaki. Is there a relationship between the Madhu-Vidya
    of Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, and this adayaya of Matruvatsalya
    2. Dear Bapu has talked about “Suryabhedana Vidya” multiple times
    in agralekh, and pravachan. Also there is a brief description of
    Suryabhedana Vidya in the book on Bala Vidya, that you and Acharya
    Manjrekar have written.
    – Can we get more details on Suryabhedana Vidya?
    – Is this Vidya covered in any of the 108 Upanishad-s?
    – Is this Vidya related to Parshu kshetra, and Chandika
    prasad stotra described in Matru Vatsalya Upanishad?
    – What is the relation of this Vidya to Surya bhedana pranayama
    that is well known in yoga literature?

    We keep searching for answers to questions of these type. It will be
    very helpful if we can receive guidance on these topics on this forum.

    Hari Om.

    With regards,
    Shrinivas Gadkari


    Shrinivas Gadkari

    Hari Om,

    In this post, I am listing some of Shubha Vidya-s that dear
    Bapu has referred to either in Agralekh, Pravachan,
    Matruvatsalya Upanishad or Matruvatsalya vidaanam.

    1. shrI vidyA
    2. aditi vidyA
    3. gAyatrI vidyA
    4. svastika vidyA
    5. svastikshema vidyA

    (from kirAta rudra sUkta)
    6. indrAgni vidyA
    7. shAmbhavI vidyA
    8. puruSArtha vidyA
    9. jyotir vidyA

    (from shiva gangA gauri namAvalI/ gadA stotra)
    10. pancAgni vidyA
    11. brahmAstra vidyA
    12. balA atibalA vidyA
    13. vidyut vidyA

    (from agralekh, pravachan)
    14. rAghavendra vidyA
    15. svarodaya shAstra/ vidyA
    16. suryabhedana vidyA
    17. ashvinI vidyA
    18. kedArabandha vidyA
    19. madhu vidyA
    20. sanjIvani vidyA
    21. vAnara vidyA

    May sadguru bless deserving shradhAvan-s with more insights
    into these divine rahasya-s.

    May we strive to become worthy of sadguru krupa.

    Warm regards,
    Shrinivas Gadkari


    Shrinivas Gadkari

    Hari Om,

    While reading the ongoing agralekh-mala on the Annunaki
    story, the advanced technology described therein makes
    one wonder on what may be the underlying principles of
    such a technology.

    The most striking example:
    Super fast interstellar travel and almost instantaneous
    communication. Since stars are at least several light years
    away, such a technology would defy the theory of
    Relativity. However, principles of Quantum mechanics may
    not rule out such a technology. Today, though, we do not
    have any idea on how to make such a technology feasible.

    Another example:
    Use of crystals for seemingly miraculous results. Our
    understanding of crystals today is close to complete

    One strong possibility is that these technologies are
    not based purely on physical sciences. They are actually
    a hybrid of Vedic Vidya-s combined with physical sciences.

    For example, the trisUtrI of dhAraNa-dhyAna-samAdhi (refer
    Chapter 23 in mAtruvAtsalya-vindAnam) when used by yogis
    in conjunction with different tattva-s of sAnkhya shAstra
    result in different yoga siddhis as described in Patanjali
    yoga sUtra-s and also in udhhava gItA. It may be possible
    to integrate this trisUtri with some combination of sAnkhya
    shAstra and modern science (including Quantum Mechanics and
    General Relativity) to create this Hybrid technology.

    May Adi mAtA shrI vidyA illuminate our minds.

    Hari om.

    Warm regards,
    Shrinivas Gadkari

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