Leafy vegetables are rich in several nutritious substances. At the same time, these foodstuffs are prone to maximum chemical contamination as they are consumed soon after the use of chemical manures and pesticides. These research with photobionic potencies provide an easy alternative to this problem and these methods can be tried even in our own backyard or roof garden.
Photobionics is the science that works on the basis of the spiritual truth that all matter is the condensation of cosmic light of varying frequencies. This celestial light as it flows down fills each of the worlds (called variously as heavens, planes or loka in Sanskrit) and organises itself in patterns visible to the occult eye in the form of intuitions or revelations. The mind and senses, when purified of the movements of lower nature, can receive and reflect this light which shapes itself as various forms and symbols that rule over and determine terrestrial eventuality and existence. A dedicated exploration of this occult existence brings us closer to the cosmic energies that channel themselves through whorls, vortices and serpentine movements known as kuṇḍalinī in spiritual parlance.
A detailed study of the Nature and Self as a part of sadhana revealed that this kuṇḍalinī exists in plants, animals and human beings alike and evolves in its shape and details along with biological evolution. Even more interesting is the fact that this revelation brought along with it the notations and symbols of chemistry to represent various descending, ascending and whirling movements of this kuṇḍalinī. An exhaustive study of biochemistry in botany and zoology is being taken up to draw parallels between modern science which explains various metabolic processes as cycles and pathways traversed by biochemical substances and tantricscience which predicts and harmonises the movements of cakras and nāḍīs as a part of yoga.
after a number of successive trials, we found that the surface soil was getting unhealthy and pests and caterpillars started attacking the plants making pores on leaves. This condition cannot be met with photobionic methods as these medicines aid the improvement of the health of the plant alone and cannot repel unwanted life. We found the solution for these pests in Jīvāmṛtam, a domestically prepared pest-repellent using cow urine. This helped in the restoration of normal pH of the soil and in preventing the invasion of pests.
Leafy vegetables are rich in several nutritious substances. At the same time, these foodstuffs are prone to maximum chemical contamination as they are consumed soon after the use of chemical manures and pesticides. These experiments with photobionic potencies provide an easy alternative to this problem and these methods can be tried even in our own backyard or roof garden.