Religion And Science Complementary not contradictory

Author: pt. shriram sharma acharya

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Preface

Our sagacious ancestors of the Vedic Age had gifted . us with precious heritage of the yoga-science of well-being. However, with changing civilizations and attitudes towards life, in the course of time, people largely became materialistic and ignored the ancient sciences. Subsequent single-tracked commercialized civilization and inclination towards bodily comforts and sensual pressures has raised several problems in the present times. One is so busy making money and seeking more and more comforts that one tends to neglect the fact that the mind-body system is also like a machine, which needs careful maintenance and "re-charging" of its components and power units. As a result, one is facing unprecedented threats and challenges on the health front. Preventive measures and augmentation of stamina and resistance are crucial if one wants to sustain a healthy and hearty life. Revival of sound practice of yoga therefore assumes greater relevance and importance today than ever before. This book introduces the real meaning and scope of yoga and presents a new method of practicing it for strengthening and rejuvenation of body and mind. The method named "Pragya Yoga" is fast and feasible, yet, comprehensive-in-effect. It can be practiced by people of all age groups without any cost or time constraints…..

Table of content

• Science is body, and spirituality, the soul
• A universal religion for humanity
• Limitations of science
• Road ahead for modern science
• Spiritual wisdom must reign over intellect
• Coordination between religion and science alone would yield desired benefits
• inevitable resurgence of religion and philosophy


Author pt. shriram sharma acharya
Edition 2011
Publication Yug nirman yojana press
Publisher Yug Nirman Yojana Vistara Trust
Page Length 120
Dimensions 138X215X70 mm
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  • 31 May 2020




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