Scripture Statements

About many statements in scripture there is a view that they are misleading. They do not conform to our physical laws. That should not mean that scriptures are wrong. If you knew the process of God realization, you would agree that it needs a large amount of concentrated efforts in one direction. That direction is God. Aspirant must think of God and only God and nothing else. That is the only way to purify the heart. Looking at the objective of scriptures to explore mind and its transformation, all those statements are quite justified. Let us see a case. In the Hindu scriptures it is stated that two daemons Rahu and Ketu swallow the sun and moon and we see the eclipse. Modern science has come up with the reasoning of objects and shadows. If you see to it, first reasoning takes people to God. It sets in action a flurry of religious activities to purify the house, body etc. That is, people think of God. The second reasoning offered by science is meaningless; it takes you nowhere spiritually. From this point of view all the statements in the scriptures are justified and therefore, those statements are not wrong even if according to science those statements are wrong.

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5 Responses

  1. lkjhgf says:

    Some Scientists also refers from our scriptures to develop a new theory and give their name of invention of the thing that God has already said.

    The virtue lies in the struggle, not the prize.

  2. jmalhotra says:


    sometimes science fails at many point of time where Nature or GOD has to play a role ..

  3. ShreeRadha says:

    Welcome ! But scientists stubbornly reject God’s existence!

  4. ShreeRadha says:

    Welcome ! It is a possibility!

  5. lkjhgf says:

    One of thew example for that , In jain religion it is already stated that the root vegetables such as potatoes, onions have lot of living things present in it i.e bacteria.

    Scientist few years back realized that and made study and then after being proved they add their name about the invention.

    The virtue lies in the struggle, not the prize.

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