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Scieno-spirituality Connecting Science with Spirituality

Author Name: Sāddhak | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

Modern science based on logical reasoning has made human life a wonderful experience. We have almost conquered time and space with almost everything that exists within it. Humans should have been the happiest beings, but that is not the case. Something is missing in our pursuit of happiness. We need to take a deep breath and think over it.

Spiritualists are the happiest persons. They command both respect and reverence from us. Let us not confuse spiritualist with an ascetic or a religious practitioner. It is all about the control of mind where all thoughts originate. Vedic knowledge, the repository for development of human life, states that the mind is all about consciousness. Consciousness is ‘the perception of what passes in the mind’. Modern science looks differently at a mind. Though it considers mind as a repository of all consciousness but it considers the mind as a physical process only. There is nothing spiritual about it. That makes the starting point of our search for connecting science with spirituality.

The Vedic philosophy is developed around these thoughts. Yog Sutra credited to Patanjali, is a repository of yogic practices which recommend developing mental awareness through sense control, while another tradition called tantra says that senses have no role in controlling the mind. It provides alternative practices

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Piyaray Raina (pen name Sāddhak) was born in a god fearing family in Kashmir, India in 1936. He got his Post Graduate Degree in Geology from Lucknow University in 1959. He worked as a Professional Geologist for about 30 years, and has travelled all over India. He is married and lives with his wife and son in U.S.A. and in India at Gurgaon Haryana. He can be reached by email on: He maintains a Facebook page and has a blog:

He was invited to read a paper on Kashmir Shaivism at the International Vedic Conference held at the University of Massachusetts USA in 2002. He published his first book, titled Socio- Cultural and Religious Traditions of Kashmiri Pandits in 2006. His write-ups and commentaries have appeared on YouTube and were published in many community journals both in India and abroad.