Siddha Tradition 2: Science or Magic - Nithyananda Morning Satsang (14 Nov 2010) Message
Living enlightened master and avatar, Paramahamsa Nithyananda wanted to introduce this tradition to the crowd all more deeply before getting into the medicinal and other aspects of the tradition. He said the tradition is science, and It means it is Extraordinary, something really Extraordinary which you may not be able to replicate. Just like Ganges civilization, there was a civilization happening around the Kaveri River. One fortune thing about the Kaveri, it was flowing in hills and intense dense forest. Because of this, the civilization happened in hills and forest and river so naturally the knowledge, technology, evolved in such a way a lot of wisdom, siddha tradition, truth about herbs and plants started happening. All the extraordinary achievements and Extraordinary discoveries happened in the Kaveri civilization that organized and systematized, evolved as a system, tradition by a group of mystics and masters called siddhas. These siddhas are able to play with their mind as a tool and do anything they want in the world. And if you see their verses and technology still those medicines are working, those extraordinary powers are happening, the technology they proposed still they awakens the mind. Paramahamsa Nithyananda said there is no expiry date for their technology, these were very powerful people creating very powerful technology and a very powerful tradition. It is so vast he said he was really awestruck and wonderstruck about which part to start teaching to everyone first. He declared that not only is he going to make the siddha medicine available in shops around the world, he is going to make all the siddha tradition available. Paramahamsa Nithyananda wants the world to know the siddha tradition is not just a voodoo or something like placebo effect. It's a clear science, portable, anyone can use it. He'll make it a living science. Because it is possible through the vibration that can be stored in the herbs and used.