| Throughout the world scientists and science enthusiasts have tried to decipher mystery of Time Travel, with almost negligible success. Our Vedic rishis had already decoded this mystery thousands of years ago. As per those rishis, time is nothing but the distance between two thoughts. That is why in states of dhyan time does not exist, as at that point thoughts do not exist. Higher the state of evolution or stillness, slower is the passage of time for that being. It is said that in a blink of Lord Brahma’s eye a yuga passes by, and a blink of Lord Vishnu’s eye sees a mahayug pass by.
Through yogic practices like Sanatan Kriya, one is able to still his thoughts and hence become independent of time. He can then travel in time—go forward or backward. Travelling in time in fact is widely used in yoga for the purpose of evolution and for aiding the Creation. Yogis visit past lives to assess their karmic dues and then address them in their present life to move beyond. Similarly, looking into the future is an important tool in the healing sciences, which are based upon rectifying an imbalance before it manifests in the physical.
|“What a clairvoyant does is to look at the subtler body of the being where the frequencies of these events exist in another form before they manifest in the physical. The secret behind this ability lies in the science of agni.”
The ancient sciences of yoga and tantra are so advanced and inclusive, that with them one can access different dimensions of time; right here, right now, sans any time machine! Often enough one hears of evolved beings who can predict the exact sequence of events as they are to occur in a person’s life, just by looking at him. What a clairvoyant does is to look at the subtler body of the being where the frequencies of these events exist in another form before they manifest in the physical. The secret behind this ability lies in the science of
It is known that light is a property of agni or fire. As you ignite the inner fire, there is light and you are able to see the things that were not apparent earlier, even though they very much existed and were all around. At this point, it is safe to say that agni has the power to make the unperceivable perceivable. Here agni refers to the luminous aspect of fire, which makes things visible to the eye.
Agni is one of the five elements or tattvas that compose a body. These elements are present in a specific combination in an individual. When one pursues yoga, under the guidance of the Guru, the ratio of elements in the body changes. The heat of tapa causes the agni tattva to rise in a being. Agni is the governing element for manipoorak chakra, which controls the sense of sight. This agni lights up the world of the ether, granting the subtler senses of sight with which one can perceive the un-manifested or