Lectures

It is a quest for the truth. It is the ability to see things exactly as they are. It is also known as ‘samkit’ and ‘samyak darshan’ and occupies a central place in the path of self realization.

Objectives of Satya Vigyan Foundation

  • Promote the adoption of truthfuless
  • Explore and expound the working of the truth
  • Highlight how awareness of the gross truth at the material level
  • Engender the realization that dhyana is the logical extension of the practice of truth.

The objectives

To promote the adoption of the truthfulness as the defining trait and master strategy in life. Truthfulness is quality that effortlessly develops all other positive qualities that help in leading a good worldly as well as a spiritual life.

To explore and expound the working of the truth in the inner world of one’s psyche and in the outer world of which we are all a part and with which we interact on a constant basis. In the process the SVF hopes to demonstrate that the practice of truthfulness is the strongest bulwark against modern day businesses, media and politics that increasingly manipulate one’s emotions to serve their own agenda.

To highlight how awareness of the gross truth at the material level, step by step, leads to the discovery of subtler and deeper truths relating to one’s own existence and the workings of the universe.

To engender the realization that dhyana is the logical extension of the practice of truth. Both are two sides of the same phenomenon. Together, dhyana and satya greatly expedite meaningful progress on the path of samyaktva, which is the unique cornerstone of Indian spiritual traditions.

Based on these insights, it was decided to develop and present workshops on samyatkva. Pursuant to this, so far over twenty workshops have been held in different parts of the country. Public response has been tremendous! Nearly 5000 participants have been inspired to focus on samyaktva as the key goal of whatever the practice.