Thursday, 16 August 2018

Vajramukti Tao of Holistic Healing for Ageless Body Timeless Mind by Chandra Shekhar Bhatt Link:

Yoshinori Ohsumi, a Japanese cell biologist, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine on Monday for his discoveries on how cells recycle their content, a process known as autophagy, a Greek term for “self-eating.”
It is a crucial process. During starvation, cells break down proteins and nonessential components and reuse them for energy. Cells also use autophagy to destroy invading viruses and bacteria, sending them off for recycling. And cells use autophagy to get rid of damaged structures. The process is thought to go awry in cancer, infectious diseases, immunological diseases and neurodegenerative disorders. Disruptions in autophagy are also thought to play a role in aging.
This type of fasting was given in the book titled Vajramukti Tao of holistic healing for ageless body timeless mind Vajramukti Tao of Holistic Healing for Ageless Body Timeless Mind
by Chandra Shekhar Bhatt

In the eve of anniversary of Vajramukti

A new humanness word for taking our or any country to a state of vishwaguru or humane as done by Canada by apologizing to Sikhs
At the anniversary of Vajramukti i am giving an article from my friend Pratap antony for awareness

Hindutva Is Different From Hinduism” caption from

     Many do not know the difference between Hinduism and Hindutva, and so it is disturbing to read and hear about ‘Hindu fundamentalism’.
     It is not Hindu fundamentalism, but, ‘Hindutva fundamentalism’ that is the accurate term for the hatred, division and unspiritual activities attributed to it. Hindutva Fundamentalism is responsible for the disturbing phenomena of attacks on practitioners of other religions in India, and the violence and atmosphere of fear - and the augury of fascism that prevails in India today.
     To add confusion to ignorance, even the participants in fundamentalist acts of violence do not know of the vast difference between the way-of-life called ‘Hinduism’ that they have participated in for over two thousand years, and ‘Hindutva’, the political philosophy that was propounded by V.D. Savarkar in 1923.
     “Savarkar coined the term Hindutva (Hinduness) to create a collective "Hindu" identity as an ‘imagined nation’. Some later commentators state that Savarkar's philosophy, despite its stated position of furthering unity, was divisive in nature as it tried to shape Indian nationalism as uniquely Hindu, to the exclusion of other religions. Savarkar was also an atheist and a staunch rationalist who disapproved of orthodox Hindu belief, dismissing cow worship as superstitious.” (http ://         
     Hindutva is a political construct of cultural and religious nationalism created from a complex mix of religious conviction and political expediency. It is neither a religion nor a ‘way of life’. It is recent and aggressive political ‘guiding principles’, mixing jingoism and nationalism with national identity and religious identity. Hindutva relates nationalism to a particular religious belief, dogma, or affiliation, and goes against the idea of secularism.
     Extracts from, “Here it is enough to point out that Hindutva is not identical with what is vaguely indicated by the term Hinduism. By an 'ism' it is generally meant a theory or a code more or less based on spiritual or religious dogma or creed.”
     “Failure to distinguish between these two terms has given rise to much misunderstanding and mutual suspicion between some of those sister communities that have inherited this inestimable and common treasure of our Hindu civilization.”
     Hinduism, as this ancient ‘way of life’, has come to be called in the last 200 years, is almost impossible to define, and though Vedism, and the Bhakti tradition are amongst the numerous closely related traditions which share common themes that have been integrated in Hinduism, it does not constitute a unified set of beliefs or practices. Hinduism has no organisation, or structure, or hierarchy or institutionalised constitution. It has incorporated within it the most heterogeneous philosophies, but has no central philosophy, though it has a fascinating, multifarious, colourful, living mythology. Yet, Hinduism, was, and still is, the most absorbing and absorptive; accommodating and inclusive; broad and open; giving and liberal; pluralistic and individualistic ‘way-of-life’. The only part of Hinduism that has a rigorously followed structure, is the contentious and distressing caste system.
     Around 600 BCE, when Mahavir and the Buddha lived, Hindu, as a word, or as a description of a way-of-life, or as a name of a people, had not been conceived. This would happen much later, when the Persians called the land on the other side of the river Sindhu or Indus, ‘Hindustan’. ‘Land beyond the Indus’. ‘Stan’ in Persian, and ‘Sthan’ in Sanskrit, means ‘the land of’ and forms part of the name of many central Asian countries: Kazhakistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. ‘Hindustan’, or ‘land beyond the Indus’, is how this Persian name for the sub-continent became popular, and that is how the people of the subcontinent came to be called Hindus - ‘the people of the land beyond the Indus river’. ‘Indus’ is also the origin of the name ‘India’.
     V.D. Savarkar, the atheist and staunch rationalist who disapproved of orthodox Hindu belief, incorporated Hinduism into the political and nationalist ideology of Hindutva, and made it greater than Hinduism. “Hinduism is only a derivative, a fraction, a part of Hindutva. Unless it is made clear what is meant by the latter the first remains unintelligible and vague.”
     Sadly it is not only the uneducated unthinking masses, but a large number of the educated unthinking masses that do not know the difference between Hindutva and Hinduism. Hindutva is religious nationalism, which is unthinking faith and intolerance - a convoluted muddle of religious conviction and political expediency overtaking critical reasoning.
     Hinduism is a non-interfering, apolitical way of life with nothing to do with social reforms, yet recent happenings; the killings of humans, men and children, on the suspicion of consuming and transporting cattle; the persecution of students; the killing of intellectuals and rationalists for their work on social justice and the eradication of superstition; or for propagating inter caste marriage; and for providing insights and perspectives on communities and castes, seem to disprove the idea that Hinduism is a gentle religion.
     In his open letter to the President and Prime Minister of India, last year, Admiral Ramdas wrote. “I also write to you as one who was brought up in the Hindu faith. However, the Hinduism I knew and experienced was gentle, inclusive, and filled with extraordinary diversity. My religion taught me values of love and respect for all beings. My brand of Hinduism was not filled with the kind of violence and intolerance represented by the current brand of “Hindutva” that seems to be fanning the flames of division and fear across the country.”
     Hinduism, the ‘way of life’ that has always been thought of as a ‘gentle’ faith has never been seen to be aggressive, yet the participants in recent Hindutva fundamentalism see themselves as Hindus.
     “Hinduism is referred to as Sanathana Dharma, the eternal faith. It is based on the practice of Dharma, the code of life. The most important aspect of Hinduism is being truthful to oneself. Hinduism has no monopoly on ideas … it’s open to all.” ~ Mala Kalyan.    
●    Hinduism does not condition minds with a faith system, it is independent and objective   
●    Hindutva rationalises and attempts to institutionalise and homogenise religious practices to create a national culture
    Hinduism is inclusive and open minded     
    Hindutva is exclusivist and narrow
    Hinduism accepts and assimilates     
    Hindutva separates and divides
    Hinduism is 'Ahimsa Paramo Dharma' (Non violence is the highest duty).
    Hindutva is - militant and extremist
●    Hinduism is free of ideology
    Hindutva is ideological guiding principles
●    Hinduism is apolitical
    Hindutva is political
●    Hinduism is about individual faith and belief
    Hindutva is about social reform
     The point is, that since Hinduism defies description; is so heterogenous, and is not instutionalised, it therefore cannot be fundamentalist.   
     Critical reasoning is being flattened by the insidious road-roller-like propaganda machine of the Government in power in India today. It is Hindutva fundamentalism that describes the prevalent atmosphere of division, violence and the false idea of nationalism.  There is nothing Hindu about it.
     “We believe that nowhere throughout the Vedas, Darshanas, or Pur├ónas, or Tantras, is it ever said that the soul has any sex, creed, or caste. Therefore we agree with those who say, ‘What has religion to do with social reforms?’ But they must also agree with us when we tell them that religion has no business to formulate social laws and insist on the difference between beings, because its aim and end is to obliterate all such fictions and monstrosities.”Swami Vivekananda - Volume 4 Prose writings, under the head, “WHAT WE BELIEVE IN”

Thursday, 5 October 2017



My Tao of electricity or way of electricity started at naval docks at Mumbai with my friends and students
Learning teaching an amalgamation of yoga meditation martial arts with our apprenticeship of electro technology
It was like Robert M Piercing moving on his bike with his son and writing his book Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance
At the time of my training in Indian Naval shipyard I and few of my friends sitting for discussions, a sort of class I would call Vajramukti interfaith dialogue class, vajramukti meaning a way which takes you from action to liberation.
Sitting under the trees in open, there is small hut where eating stuff and tea is being served, the owner and maker is jain a follower of Mahavir jain he makes nice tea we take vadas along with the tea. Vadas round shaped eating stuff made of potatoes vegetables and dough served with powdered garlic chutney.
 Unni a close friend of mine is helping himself with vada a junior Mathew is sitting and listening to my talks about Jesus Christ  I explained him about my talks with martin
Mathew is a nice man he wants to change his profession to something where he gets more time to himself, for knowing himself or meditating.
Unni helps himself to some more vadas he had to say something, I understand by his gesture, talk is about people like labors who are at time more intelligent than the trained and educated one, but they remain labors only, why is it so. One of them was dear Kalidas a follower of Radhasoami philosophy. I used to meet him regularly for philosophical discussions. He told me try to catch sound currents and you are into process of meditation. Martial artist Bruce Lee was using it for getting video audio and tactical cues while practicing at arena.
I tell unni about the philosophy of karma, since he had studied in convent school his process of thinking is more like them, I tell him about my past birth that I was Chinese all of them looked at me with surprise in their eyes. Unni is carefully silent since he is more diplomatic. Vimal understands and the silence pervades. Suddenly we are all not there at the present moment. We are all alone in our private universes. I understood and I wanted them to be in their own worlds. This was what I used to call vajramukti interfaith dialogue. So that next time they will come up with their own ideas that will be real vajramukti freedom through action. I bid a good bye to them because I wanted to get away from this silence which speaks from inside and go to utter silence, where I see the inner world through meditation.
These videos are based on the books written by Dr Chandra shekhar bhatt  titled Vajramukti Chandra shekhar’s art of Indian gung fu  ISBN 81-7525-010-0  ,Yoga the gift from sanatana to mankind 81-901041-0-1
Vajramuktiyoga from action to liberation by Dr chandra shekhar bhatt further reading
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Tuesday, 15 August 2017

NEW WAY FOR FEMALE EQUALITY BY Dr Chandra shekhar bhatt in the eve of 22 anniversary of VAJRAMUKTIYOGA

We saw a movie TAKEN actor Liam neesan acting as a brave father saving his daughter from trafficking but in real life it happens globally with no one to help females or the so called

Dr Chandra shekhar bhatt the author and innovator of new art vajramukti yoga comes out with the new word for females to help them from long time psycho ingrained effects by the social pattern though, he himself is the victim of such females because of his sisters he had to leave his house, although there are equally bad females also but still we should help humanity to grow

Every day, we hear about the horrors women endure in other countries: rape in Darfur, genital mutilation in Egypt, sex trafficking around the globe. We shake our heads, forward e-mails and send money.

We have no problem condemning atrocities done to women abroad, yet too many of us in the United States ignore the oppression on our doorstep. We're suffering under the mass delusion that women in America have achieved equality.

And why not -- it's a feel-good illusion. We cry with Oprah and laugh with Tina Fey; we work and take care of our children; we watch Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice proudly and sigh with relief, believing we've come so far. But we're basking in a "girl power" moment that doesn't exist -- it's a mirage of equality that we've been duped into believing is the real thing

How to work on gender equality at root level Dr bhatt had tweeted to actor Emma Watson on the subject to make changes on the linguistic patterns or language by making people aware.

Observe the so called female of the tiger you will see she is equally or even more powerful than a tiger why our females are not its due to long time ingrained psychological effects like a moth bisten bistularia who became black due to travelling constantly in front of the chimney of the factory at united kingdom external impacts had become a hereditary character now their new born were black.

Same way its basic psychological effects happening inside the so called female because if you remove the letters “fe” it had to be replaced by some other letter which is far more superior because they are higher than males they give birth to humans nurture them they are dominated by feelings or faith

Dr bhatt would like to add “fa” and make it “famale” so many other words had to be changed in this way to remove the psychological impact and we should have schools like j krisnamurtis for equal growing of both genders he made this art vajramuktiyoga in those directions to heal and help humanity


NEW WAY FOR FEMALE EQUALITY BY Dr Chandra shekhar bhatt