Research and Spiritual Research

The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘research’ as the systematic study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions. While the study of a phenomenon from a spiritual viewpoint is just as systematic, it is not in the same dimension as research carried out in modern sciences.

Spiritual research is researching the spiritual dimension or spiritual realm with the help of an advanced sixth sense (ESP). The spiritual realm is that which cannot be perceived through our five senses, mind and intellect. It includes the world of heaven, hell, angels, spirits, auras, ghosts etc.

Spiritual Research is related mainly to what is known as the 4th and 5th dimension. Time is the 4th dimension and invisible space is the 5th dimension.

Spiritual research about the fourth dimension is research about previous lives to find out the events or deeds at that time which now contribute to positive or negative events in this life. For example, ‘Spiritual research into the previous lives of Bill Gates’ unveiled that he had done a lot of spiritual practice in his previous lives that has contributed to his attaining wealth and attitude of philanthropy in this life. Spiritual research about the fifth dimension is research extending into the subtle positive and negative regions of the universe to find the root causes of problems in our lives.

Spiritual research can also be conducted in the first three dimensions in order to aid modern sciences in finding the root cause of various problems.

The aim and objective of the spiritual research

The spiritual dimension can be the cause of up to 80% of our problems in life. This is a statistic that has been substantiated in the 20 years of research in the spiritual dimension and study of the contributing factors for problems in life by the Spiritual Science Research Foundation (SSRF). What it means for us is that if we are not taking into account the spiritual dimension in finding the root cause of our problems and issues in life, we are potentially missing out on 80% of the story.

The aim of the spiritual research can be:

  • To educate humanity on the spiritual dimension and how it affects our lives.
  • To provide tools for people to:
    • Understand and experience the spiritual dimension
    • Understand and overcome problems where the cause is spiritual in nature
    • Achieve everlasting happiness

Cannot use conventional measurement and analysis tools

When one wants to research the subtle world, one cannot use conventional measurement and analysis tools. Just as we cannot use a measuring tape to measure one’s intellect, so also we cannot use physical, psychological or intellectual methods to understand or explore the spiritual realm. This is because of the simple reason that by definition the spiritual dimension is that, which is beyond the understanding of the five senses, mind and intellect.

Conducted through the sixth sense or extrasensory perception (ESP)

Spiritual research can only be undertaken with the means of an advanced sixth sense (ESP). We are familiar with gaining knowledge through the medium of the five sense organs (eyes, ears, nose, skin and tongue), mind and intellect. This is the paradigm in which we conduct traditional research of modern sciences. However only about 2% of the spiritual dimension is understood by the medium of the five sense organs (eyes, ears, nose, skin and tongue), mind and intellect. 98% of knowledge can be perceived only through our subtle sense organs. Our subtle sense is commonly known as our sixth sense or ESP. Spiritual research can only be conducted with the help of a highly activated sixth sense (ESP). To experience the all-encompassing world of the science of Spirituality, we have to develop our five subtle sense organs, subtle mind and subtle intellect.

What is not spiritual research

The following will give you a feel for what is not spiritual research:

  •  Trying to verify the authenticity of a religious artifact by using carbon dating technologies.
  • Ascertaining through modern science research methodologies the co-relation between religious practice and some sociological or psychological transformation.
  • Trying to verify whether a place is haunted through advanced technological equipment.
    In all these instances, one is trying to measure and understand the spiritual realm with modern sciences. This is known as research and not spiritual research. The ability to measure and understand the spiritual realm with modern sciences is so severely restricted that it compromises the accuracy or effectiveness of the analysis.

Spiritual dimension is just as systematic and logical as that of the physical world

When modern science, for example investigated the cause of Jaundice, it came to the conclusion that one of the causes was infection. They investigated further and found out that the infection was due to the Hepatitis virus. Further they found that there were various types of the Hepatitis virus like Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B etc. In this way, the finer analysis of causes of ailments and problems are being investigated. But the deeper or deepest causes are known only with the help of the science of Spirituality, i.e. spiritual research.

Through the spiritual research conducted by SSRF, it can be concluded that the root cause of a problem can be either in the physical, psychological or spiritual realm. Up to 80% of our problems in life have their root cause in the spiritual realm.

Isn’t this a reason to ponder over spiritual research as a gateway towards assisting so many people find and apply cure to their ailments?

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