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Maharishi's Vedic Mathematics
'Maharishi’s Vedic Mathematics is not a branch of mathematics such as geometry or analysis, but a totally new level of mathematics. It provides the means to describe the totality of all the Laws of Nature and is, at the same time, the structure of pure consciousness actually responsible for their harmony and orderliness.'   'Vedic Mathematics is the structuring dynamics of Natural Law; it spontaneously designs the source, course, and goal of Natural Law—the orderly theme of evolution' (Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, 1996, p. 338).   'Maharishi explains that the Veda and the Vedic Literature are the impulses of intelligence expressed as the sounds of the self-interacting dynamics of Rishi, Devata, and Chhandas within the structure of Samhita and that this is the administering intelligence of the universe. The dynamic, ordering principle that gives precision to this sequential unfoldment is Maharishi’s Vedic Mathematics.   'Vedic Mathematics," Maharishi explains, “is the tool that structures different Laws of Nature from the holistic value of Natural Law in self-referral consciousness.'   —From: Maharishi’s Absolute Number: The Mathematical Theory and Technology of Everything, by Dr. John F. Price, in Modern Science and Vedic Science, vol. 7, no. 1.
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