Permanent Peace
Overview What's the Evidence What's the Theory Other Benefits What's the Technology What's the Source? What's the Plan What Can I do?
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What is the primary cause of terrorism and war?
A field theory of consciousness
Creating Peace: Four central concepts
The power of peace-creating groups
The laws of nature and the will of God

What’s the Theory?

Gaining the support
of nature’s intelligence

In the Vedic science of consciousness, war is said to begin in the collective consciousness of entire societies. Acute political, religious and ethnic tensions in the collective consciousness fuel violence and social conflict—including crime, terrorism and war. DETAILS >

Field theory of consciousness: In the descriptions of Vedic science, groups of peace-creating experts defuse such society-wide stress and incoherence—by radiating an influence of harmony and orderliness through an underlying field of consciousness. Modern quantum physics has determined that all the fundamental components of the natural world—all the forces and subatomic "particles"—are in fact nonmaterial waves traversing nonmaterial fields. Thus, to understand consciousness as a field, one need only assume that it operates like every other aspect of nature. DETAILS >

Four components: This basic understanding expands into four components—four Vedic concepts that have been extensively validated by both scientific theory and experiment. Stated first in one sentence:

    1. A single unified field of intelligence at the basis of nature
    2. can be directly experienced by the human mind,
    3. producing rapid individual growth and
    4. a radiating influence of peace in society.
1. The unified field: The Vedic tradition indicates that, as the ocean is the basis of all its diverse waves, so a single unified field of intelligence (or consciousness) lies at the basis of all diversity in the physical world. In recent decades, quantum physics has shown that, in fact, such a single unified field does exist—non-material and omnipresent. As the source of all the laws of nature, this unified field of natural law—defined in the latest superstring theories—can be seen as the most fundamental level of the organizing intelligence of nature. DETAILS >
2. Transcendental Consciousness: In Vedic descriptions, the human mind can directly contact this unified field of nature’s intelligence. The connection to the unified field is said to take place during Transcendental Consciousness—a fourth major state of consciousness—distinct from the three commonly experienced states of waking, sleeping and dreaming. In the last fifty years, scientists have identified such a fourth state of consciousness. DETAILS >
3. Individual growth: When, in Transcendental Consciousness, the individual awareness opens itself to the unified field of nature's intelligence, the human mind and body are said to evolve rapidly toward higher levels of functioning. Now hundreds of studies have documented such growth—as measured by increased intelligence and creativity, improved health, and enhanced psychological maturity. DETAILS >
4. Peace in the world. Vedic science explains that a large group of people can together experience the inner peace of Transcendental Consciousness. This profound influence of peace then radiates into the entire society. Now 50 demonstration projects and 23 published studies have identified this radiating influence of peace, as measured by reduced crime, accidents, warfare, and terrorism. DETAILS >

These four basic concepts—the unified field, Transcendental Consciousness, individual growth, and the direct creation of peace—are now well-documented elements in a long-lost science of consciousness. Persuasive evidence indicates that modern science and ancient wisdom have joined hands in a theory and technology of peace.

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“The stuff of the world is mind-stuff.

Sir Arthur Eddington

First physicist

to verify

Einstein’s general

theory of relativity