E=mc2 and Om Namo Bhagavate Vaasudevaya

“A few years ago, my Guru advised me to “Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya” to solve all my problems. He said it is the most powerful mantra with immense benefits. I have been reciting this mantra for nearly two years. No miracle happened in my life. Nothing has changed. My problems have moved from bad to worse. Why didn’t this mantra help me?” Jagdish Shukla, an IITian has sent this WhatsApp message.

“Jagdishji, you better ask your Guru. I am neither a Guru nor an expert of any Mantras…” I replied.

“Udayji, I have been reading your articles. I know you can explain many things in Sanatan Dharma scientifically and logically…Please be kind enough to explain this mantra. Is it scientific? Will it work? If yes, why didn’t it work for me?” This time Jagdish called me over the phone.

“Have you learned Albert Einstein’s theory of special relativity?”

“Yes. E = mc2”

“If you just write down that equation or formula in an examination or test, will you get any marks? You will have to explain that. How will you explain that?”

“Yes, you are right. We have to expand this short form. The theory states that the increased relativistic mass (m) of body times the speed of light squared (c2) is equal to the kinetic energy (E) of that body.”

“Most of the original mantras are equations of Vedic science. Can you explain the mantra on the same lines?”

“Yes, I will try to. Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya means Om, I bow to Lord Vasudeva or Lord Krishna.! It is a powerful yogic mantra of pure consciousness. The mantra creates vibration in our body which in turn becomes positive energy and gets connected to the cosmic energy…”

“Aha…super! I know you have a scientific background. Still, you believe in such non-existing vibration energy, positive energy, etc. You are a person who learned the law of energy, right? Vasudeva is Krishna’s father. How can he be Krishna?”

“Udayji, actually I don’t know these things. I have read such an explanation in many places. My Guru said the mantra is a shortcut to please Lord Krishna to get boons… I really want to know about it…”

“Hmm. First and foremost, to the best of my understanding, you are reciting it wrong. But that is not the real issue here. You are just reciting a mantra on an automatic mode. Even if you recite the formula E=MC2, the results would be the same. Such mantra chanting may have some effects, but is confined to believers only. Mantras have some placebo effect on strong and blind believers. They exaggerate it. Mantras won’t work for everybody. It won’t work with non-believers. To say something scientific, you need empirical shreds of evidence and it should be universal – means it should have effects on everybody…”

“You mean to say Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya is NOT scientific? Is it rubbish nonsense? You mean to say Mantra is not effective at all?”

“On the contrary, it is the top formula of Vedic science…All you have to do is study it properly the way you learned E=MC2. It’s a formula for eternal happiness.  …. From my book: “The Secret of Krishna’s Birth: Deciphering The Krishna Code”
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