Sanjay’s Groundbreaking Peer-Reviewed Scientific Yoga Research
Ancient India’s scientific beliefs about our world are well known to scientists. For instance, Stanford physicist Andrei Linde, Carl Sagan, and Fritjof Capra. However, Sanjay’s findings are so important and robust they were accepted for publication in three international, scientific, and peer-reviewed journals!
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Sanjay’s Extraordinary Studies Are Peer-Reviewed, Post PhD
Sanjay also excelled academically. After receiving his degree in Divinity at the monastery Sanjay’s extraordinary discoveries concerning similarities between ancient yoga beliefs and modern science got published in peer-reviewed, international, mainstream scientific journals.
Publication of his thesis in 2004 in these mainstream journals is considered in academia as a post-PhD achievement.
His discoveries are the FIRST in the world to get such international acceptance in the scientific community!
In short, Sanjay became the first person in the world to present objective, verifiable evidence (based on ancient yoga texts) that subjective spiritual experiences can be objectively real.
- This remarkable research concerns extraordinary similarities between ancient yoga beliefs and modern science. It is one of the few spiritual discoveries to be so indisputable that it has been published in mainstream, peer-reviewed, international scientific journals. The paradigm-breaking research concerns deep-sea volcanoes, hydrothermal vents, and identical objects named Vadavanala Agni by ancient yogis.
- These vents on the deep-sea ocean floor were discovered by scientists in 1977 only after diving to crushing depths of two miles in a specially designed submarine. But yogis described the vents 2000 years ago while meditating. How is that possible?
- Sanjay was invited by The 22nd International Congress of Historians of Science attended by approximately 2000 university professors from around the world, to deliver a talk on his remarkable findings concerning ancient yogis and their extraordinary knowledge of science. The chair of the session commented, “I found Mr. Patel’s presentation by far the most interesting and I agree with his conclusions.”
- In 2007 Sanjay also became first to present a fully scientifically compatible explanation of Genesis’s 7 Days and Noah’s Flood. His solution is complete, coherent, and in line with mainstream science. Though the debate continues in uninformed circles, the centuries-old controversy begun by Darwin is resolved. This is an achievement that has evaded the Church for half a century.
Wherever Sanjay speaks, he eloquently debunks the skeptics and re-educates them. At universities, students and teachers stay on for hours after his talks to listen and ask further questions. He is open to any and all questions. It’s an extraordinary phenomenon. Spirituality is truly coming of age and winning.
Sanjay is undoing the one-sided discussion of science and spirituality and brings the whole truth to your attention for your perusal. He is evolving into a powerful and charismatic voice for spiritual moderates.
The new facts Sanjay highlights are productive and highly useful in nurturing harmony between science and faith and between the world’s faiths.
In all, Sanjay has authentically practiced and studied intense yoga, meditation, and charity for 40 years – 24/7. He has a non-dogmatic, non-judgmental, compassionate outlook. His greatest inspiration are his parents and spiritual teacher Pramukh Swami ji who was also his thesis guide.
Sanjay is the author of eleven books.
Read these groundbreaking books by Sanjay:
- God Is Real: The Stunning New Convergence of Science and Spirituality
- The Yoga Miracle: How Yoga and Meditation Bring You Health, Happiness, and Spiritual Wellness
Explore Sanjay’s groundbreaking research. Click here
By Sanjay C. Patel – IMAREST, United Kingdom.
UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
Writer for the highly acclaimed Cambridge Monograph Series
and the fine scientific journal
THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN JOURNAL:
ACCLAIMED ASTROPHYSICIST Prof. Pankaj S. Joshi:
“REALLY LIKED IT … AUTHENTIC.”
Fields: general relativity, cosmology, stellar evolution, naked singularities, black holes.
Synopsis from IMAREST journal of Marine Science:
Research of medieval and ancient Indian manuscripts dating as far back as 1500 BC has unearthed extraordinary descriptions of a submerged volcanic edifice and associated hydrothermal vents. Moreover, the location is precisely where geophysicists would point to today: India’s northwestern continental margin. Sanjay C. Patel reveals the results of his research.
Evidence suggests ancient Indians were aware of a submarine volcanic structure in the Arabian Sea, off the country’s NW offshore region, and deduced a little, at least, about its physical features and hydrothermal system. Ancient manuscripts contain descriptions pertaining to its submarine location, volcanism, ‘plumbing’, dynamics, chemistry and appearance.
A single parallel description might be discarded as a fluke coincidence, but 17 parallel descriptions become much harder to ignore (A compilation of what the ancients described is detailed in the Panel (bottom).
The discoveries by ancient yoga sages of deep-sea hydrothermal vents 3500 years ago – well before the age of science – is a truth that has withstood the severest criticism and achieved publication in three professional, peer-reviewed, international scientific journals. More than 20,000 marine scientists have accepted the findings!
How did the ancients acquire their extraordinary knowledge? Was it through meditation as they claimed? The sages’ intimate knowledge of modern scientific topics has vast spiritual implications concerning the real power of yogic meditation.
Yoga isn’t just a physical exercise. It reveals a miraculously accurate scientific view of our world and universe!
Ancient Yoga’s scientific beliefs are well known to scientists. For instance, Stanford physicist Andrei Linde.
Linde was recipient of the Fundamental Physics Prize in 2012 for his brilliant contribution developing the Big Bang theory.
In a 1997 interview in Berkeley, CA, Linde agreed that there are remarkable similarities between scientific theories and ancient Yoga beliefs about our world.
“When I was studying Indian philosophy,” said Linde, “I was extremely excited that what they say sometimes is painfully close to what I think. With many parts of Indian philosophical thought, you never know whether it is in an allegorical way of expressing things, or whether it is literally what people thought at that time.” 
Numerous new scholarly finds after 1997 by Sanjay C Patel have indicated that there are far too many similarities between some ancient yoga beliefs and modern discoveries for them to be random allegories. They couldn’t be a coincidence. Thus, they were published in international, peer-reviewed and professional scientific journals such as The Marine Scientist and vetted by other leading cosmologists. Sanjay’s scholarly discoveries are amongst the few in the world on spirituality to achieve publication in peer-reviewed, mainstream, international scientific journals such as INSA (The Indian National Science Academy) India, IMarEST (The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology) UK, and ICHS (The International Congress of Historians of Science) China.
They have also been vetted by a cosmology writer for The University of Cambridge (UK) and The Scientific American journal (USA).
This overturns the criticism of skeptics that spiritual research is not rigorous enough to be worthy of publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals. In academia there is a maxim: “Publish or perish.” It means getting a PhD or writing a book is not always enough. If your research is truly factual, unbiased, and newsworthy it should get published in a peer-reviewed or other professional journal.
Patel’s groundbreaking findings have met this highly important standard. His research presents evidence that ancient Indian yoga sages (yogis) had authentic knowledge of submerged deep-sea volcanoes and hydrothermal vents thousands of years ago, well before scientists could learn about them. This is because hydrothermal vents are hidden 1.5 miles beneath the ocean surface. Scientists discovered them only in 1977 when they used the state-of-the-art research sub Alvin to dive to the seabed.
So how did the ancient yogis acquire their intriguing knowledge of deep sea hydrothermal vents?
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 Andrei Linde quoted in “Science and the Spiritual Quest: New Essays by Leading Scientists,” by Philip Clayton, p. 186
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