According to the Swami Sri Yukteswar, we would have been born on the verge of enlightenment during the Golden Age, but here we are, surrounded by ignorance and strife, struggling to distinguish Dark from Light, in a Yuga slightly North of the Iron Age of ignorance. Yet, there’s a great harmony that underlies the universe, its physics, and our everyday life.
In his masterpiece, The Holy Science, Sri Yukteswar condenses the vast wisdom of the Vedas into a concise set of sutras, which were clarified by Parmahansa Yogananda. If we think of the Bible as a quick-start guide, the Gita it’s operating manual, then the Holy Science is the architecture framework of the universe. In this book, Sri Yukteswar, the “Master of Wisdom,” defines the structure, systems, and scale of the cosmos and human experience.
This discussion will overview the wisdom of The Holy Science in the language of our day. We will also seek your feedback on a depiction that better conveys the universal emanations then the original drawing found on Page 28.
Loren Stocker holds an engineering degree from Wisconsin, an MBA from Kellogg at Northwestern, and is currently working on a patented innovation that brings visual interaction to the telephony experience. Loren has had a deep curiosity in The Holy Science since he first read the book in 1993. Using his analytical skills, he has pieced together and unified view of the Sri Yukteswar’s Holy Science with the Divine Elements and the Kabbalah’s Tree of Life.