READING VEDIC LITERATURE IN SANSKRIT
His Majesty Prof. Tony Nader-Ram

His Majesty Prof. Tony Nader-Ram:
The discovery that the human physiology is Veda tells us that the
human physiology contains within it the total, infinite organizing
power of Nature. The field of all possibilities is open to human
understanding and direct experience. The human physiology is
itself the field of all possibilities—Veda expressed in material form.

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Vedo'ham - I am Ved
   His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
   on the importance of regular practice of
   the Transcendental Meditation technique:
Chart of the 40 aspects of Vedic Literature and Corresponding
Qualities of Consciousness and Areas of Human Physiology
 

Those who practice Transcendental Meditation have
the experience that Transcendental Consciousness is
unbounded awareness--it is pure wakefulness; it is fully
awake within itself; it knows only itself and nothing else.

Knowing itself only, Transcendental Consciousness is
the knower, it is the process of knowing, and also it is the
known--it is all three itself--it is togetherness of the knower,
knowing, and known. It is the Samhita of Rishi, Devata,
Chhandas; therefore,

My Vedic Science, the science of the Samhita of Rishi,
Devata, Chhandas, is the science of Transcendental
Consciousness, which is self-referral consciousness, or
pure consciousness, therefore,

My Vedic Science is the Science of Consciousness.

-Maharishi's Absolute Theory of Government, pp. 255-256


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Holistic
(Dynamic
Silence)
Whole
Physiology
Flowing
Wakefulness
Sensory
Systems
Offering and
Creating
Processing
Systems
Reverberating
Wholeness
Motor
Systems
Expressing
Autonomic
Ganglia
Transforming
Limbic
System
Expanding
Hypothalamus
Self-Referral
Pituitary gland
Measuring and
Quantifying
Neurotransmitters,
Neurohormones
All-Knowing
Basal ganglia,
cerebral cortex,
cranial nerve,
brain stem
Distinguishing
and Deciding
Thalamus
Specifying
Cerebellum
Enumerating
Cells, tissues,
organs: types
and categories
Unifying
Association
fibres of the
Cerebral Cortex
Analyzing
The central
nervous system
Lively Absolute
(I-ness or Being)
Integrated
functioning of the
central nervous
system
Integrating and
Harmonizing
Cycles and
rhythms,
pacemaker cells
Invincible and
Progressive
Immune system,
biochemistry
Establishing
Anatomy
Nourishing
Venous and
biliary systems
Differentiating
Lymphatic
system and
glial cells
Equivalency
Arterial system
Balancing-
Holding Together
and Supporting
Cell Nucleus
Separating
Cytoplasm and
cell organelles
Communication
and Eloquence
Cytoskeleton and
cell membrane
Diagnosing
Mesodermal cells
Synthesizing
Endodermal cells
Enlightening
Ectodermal cells
Transcending
Ascending tracts
of the central
nervous system
Stirring
Fasciculi proprii
Structuring
Descending tracts
of the central
nervous system
Blossoming of
Totality
Voluntary motor
and sensory
projections
Ancient and
Eternal
Great intermediate
net
Memory
Memory systems
and reflexes
All-Pervading
Wholeness
Cerebral Cortex
Layer I
Silencing, Sharing
and Spreading
Cerebral Cortex
Layer I
I
Unfolding
Cerebral Cortex
Layer V
Dissolving
Cerebral Cortex
Layer VI
Omnipresent
Cerebral Cortex
Layer I
II
Unmanifesting
The Parts, But
Manifesting The
Whole
Cerebral Cortex
Layer I
V