[Question from audience] You prescribe Kriya Yoga for a myriad of issues and problems in life. After Kriya, where does Ayurveda or Jyotish or Japa come in?
See, everything is necessary. I am not saying anything is useless, but I’m just saying, give to God the morning star. All other things are secondary details, that you can love them, you can enjoy them. There’s Jyotish, there’s astronomy, there’s astrology, there’s Ayurved. Everything is nice, everything… but you must put God, put the divine essence of truth within all these things. You must see through these things the essential unity of God in all the diversity of subjects and teachings and knowledge. You see what I’m trying to say?
United with the thread of God. Ayurved is God. Everything is God. So without His life, the whole universe lies dead. So what are these scientists and all talking about, that you don’t need God for His existence? I think it’s too audacious a remark to make. I mean, He’s crossing the rubicon here, going beyond His limits. You cannot challenge God. You see, all these people, including everyone, for thousands of years, people have tried to prove God… and they have failed! For thousands of years, people have tried to disprove God…and they have also failed. Because, God is not a subject of intellectual speculation. God is the fact of direct experience. He’s the truth. And therefore, by the practice of Kriya Yog, by chanting, we must experience God in our hearts. We must feel His love. Aye?