Using thermal imaging technology an experiment was conducted to demonstrate that Sanskrit mantras can create temperature differences in chakras.
The efficacy and quality of chanting the Name of God can dramatically increase in a spiritually pure environment like the healing room in the Spiritual Research Centre
Explores a unique and seemingly miraculous phenomenon in relation to the spontaneous growth of Audumbar plants at the research centre.
Note: To see all the articles in this series – click here. In relation to just visually observing Sanskrit text, the following were some key findings : Out of 4 languages tested (i.e., English, Hindi, Marathi and Sanskrit) using a PIP instrument, Sanskrit text was found to have the most positive vibrations. In performing these … Continue reading Key findings in differences in languages and scripts
To see all the articles in this series – click here. 1. Background and purpose of the experiment In this experiment using the PIP instrument, we compared numerals in Latin and Devanagari script. Here too, the colours generated from the vibrations from the number two in Sanskrit (Devanagari script) showed better vibrations than its Latin-English … Continue reading Comparison of numerals in languages and effect of fonts
To see all the articles in this series – click here. 1. Background and purpose of the experiment Following the experiment on translated matter, the next thought that came to our minds was whether script matters. Phonetics is a branch of linguistics that comprises the study of the sounds of human speech. Does phonetics and … Continue reading Relationship between phonetics and script
To see all the articles in this series – click here. 1. Background and purpose of the experiment To test when a Holy text (such as the Bhagawad Geeta) is translated into other languages (from its original language which is Sanskrit) if there is any difference in the vibrations emitted by the text. 2. How … Continue reading Effect of translation of Sanskrit text from the Bhagawad Geeta into various languages
To see all articles in this series – click here. 1. Introduction Sanskrit is the primary language of Hinduism for Sacred texts. It is the language that Sacred texts like the Vedas, Upanishads, Puranas, Ramayana, Mahabharata and Bhagawad Geeta were originally written in. These Sacred texts represent the rich spiritual heritage of India. Over the … Continue reading Introduction to comparing Sanskrit with other languages