In a heightened
state of yogic awareness, Janak is trapped in the unfolding bubbles of Time. He
witnesses world after world, as if falling from one dream to another. He
forgets where he started from, and all he sees is an undivided transformation
of reality. He is accompanied by one voice, a sage, who knows the singularity
of existence. Unable to climb further up the path of the supreme science, Janak
surrenders to Ashtavakr, who then reveals to him the fallacies and paradoxes
involved in such an endeavour.
Scroll of Ashtavakr contains the complete translations of
Ashtavakr Gita, underlining the direct correlation between consciousness, time
and the quantum worlds of relative realities.
Prashant Saxena is the author of Bhagvad Gita – The Supreme Secret and Return of the Divine Mother. He has been pursuing Indian science since a very early age. Brought up in a family of doctors, who themselves are rooted in the ancient Indian wisdom, and having an affinity for science, he has observed closely the evolution of modern science and the various holistic perspectives on Indian knowledge. He is also the grandson of Dr Veerbala, a Sanskrit scholar and a teacher, and Dr Dharamvir Bharti, the Chief-Editor of the popular Hindi weekly magazine Dharmayug, from 1960 till 1987, who was awarded Padma Shree for literature in 1972 by the Government of India.