Scientific experiment conducted with the help of Universal Aura Scanner (UAS)

Research conducted under the guidance of Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale (Founder of MAV)

Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay (MAV) conducts unique research on Sanatan’s Texts

Maximum positive energy is emitted by Marathi Text ‘Spiritual practice according to Gurukrupayoga’ which is an unparalleled confluence of Bhaktiyoga, Jnanyoga and Karmayoga

Mrs Madhura Karve

Jnanyoga, Bhaktiyoga, Karmayoga, etc. are different Paths of spiritual practice. In today’s Kaliyug, Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale has created ‘Gurukrupayoga’ which is a unique confluence of Bhaktiyoga, Jnanyoga and Karmayoga. By performing spiritual practice according to Gurukrupayoga, thousands of seekers have progressed spiritually fast in a short time. Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale has compiled religious Texts on various Paths of Yoga. These religious texts are imparting invaluable guidance to seekers who are performing spiritual practice according to their respective Paths of Yoga.

To study the vibrations emitting from these religious texts, these were examined with the help of UAS (Universal Aura Scanner). The observations in this experiment and their interpretation are given here.

Mr Rupesh Redkar using the UAS for the experiment

1. Maximum positive energy (Chaitanya – Divine consciousness) is emitting from the religious text ‘Spiritual practice according to Gurukrupayoga’

No negative energy was found in any of the religious texts in the experiment. All the religious texts in the experiment have a lot of positive energy (Chaitanya – Divine consciousness), and the proportion of their Chaitanya varies. The reason for this is that according to the Principles of the respective Path of Yoga, specific types of vibrations get emitted from their religious texts. The vibrations of Shakti (Divine Energy), Bhav (Spiritual emotion), Chaitanya, Anand (Bliss) and Shanti (Peace) are becoming progressively more effective as they become ever more subtle.

2. Gratitude unto the Holy feet of Mokshaguru Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale, who has created ‘Gurukrupayoga’ and helped seekers progress spiritually faster

In the present Kaliyug, it is very difficult to perform spiritual practice through Paths of Yoga such as Jnanyoga, Bhaktiyoga, Karmayoga, etc. Since the environment in Kaliyug is extremely Raja-Tama predominant, it is difficult even to recite the Name of a Deity. Therefore, Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale has created ‘Gurukrupayoga’ Path of spiritual practice. The Spiritual text – ‘Spiritual practice according to Gurukrupayoga’ – emits vibrations of Shakti, bhav and Anand. This Spiritual text imparts guidance on the eight-fold spiritual practice at the theoretical as well as practical levels. In the spiritual practice according to Gurukrupayoga, Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale has placed more emphasis on elimination of personality defects and ego. He has taught seekers how to offer doership unto the Holy feet of God besides performing every karma (Action) with skill and perfection through the medium of satseva (Spiritual service). Similarly, He asked seekers to complement their satseva with chanting (God’s Name) and bhav. In this manner, Jnanyoga (through elimination of personality defects and ego), Karmayoga (through satseva) and Bhaktiyoga (by complementing satseva with chanting and bhav) get accomplished.

Name of the Religious text Related Path of Yoga Types of vbrations emitting from the religious text Aura of positive Energy (In metres)
Hathayoga (Path of deliberate rigour) for spiritual progress Hathayoga Divine Energy 149.1
Introduction to Karmayog Karmayoga Divine Energy 168.7
Geetagyandarshan (Insight into knowledge in the Geeta) (Note) Jnanyoga Chaitanya 281.4
Spiritual practice for awakening spiritual emotion Bhaktiyoga Spiritual emotion + Bliss 360
Spiritual practice according to Path of Guru’s Grace Gurukrupayoga Divine Energy + Chaitanya + Bliss 408

Note –  The Religious text ‘Gitagyanadarshan’ has been written by Jnanyogi H.H. Anant Athavale, Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale’s elder brother

In short, due to the eight-fold spiritual practice as per Gurukrupayoga, seekers progress faster spiritually by following all the three Paths of spiritual practice – Bhaktiyoga, Jnanyoga and Karmayoga.

We express gratitude a million times at the Holy feet of Moksha-guru – Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale – who created Gurukrupayoga and emancipated seekers in a short time.

Cover of Marathi Text used for the experiment

– Mrs Madhura Dhananjay Karve, Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay, Goa.

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Path of Guru’s Grace – Gurukrupayoga

While there are many generic paths to God, the Path of Guru’s Grace (Gurukrupayoga) is the most important from the perspective of achieving the ultimate in spiritual evolution. In every aspect of life, it is best if we have a guide or a teacher to help us understand, learn and progress. Progressing spiritually is no exception to this Universal rule. It is only by the grace of the eternal Guru Principle (the Teaching Principle of God) acting through a Guru in human form, that a student makes progresses faster spiritually.

No matter what spiritual path we are on, if we try and do it on our own, we can reach only up to a particular spiritual level. Beyond this, Guru’s grace is an absolute necessity to take us to the next level.