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Goloka Sanctuary Community Development

 

There are two major purposes for a Goloka Sanctuary Community:

  1. to provide a sustainable, self-sufficient community that will protect the residents from the many hazards that are likely to occur during the pralaya and
  2. to provide an evolutionary and spiritual environment for people of all ages who are interested in attaining Moksha and transforming their physiology into a Satyug physiology, to become the first generation of the Krishna Golden Age.

The development of these communities present many challenges that you can help to resolve:

  • Architectural - design, zoning issues, development of models, blueprints, construction details, engineering specifications
  • Water - collection, storage, purification, delivery, lake management (rain/snow collection pools)
  • Energy - we need electrical energy for lighting, pumping, and other utility uses (solar panels)
  • Heat - for cooking, heating the buildings, heating water for bathing (solar collectors for heat, methane for cooking and refrigeration)
  • Security - both perimeter control and internal needs
  • Buildings - must be earthquake and fire proof, we plan to use a form of concrete monolithic dome - what is the best approach for construction
  • Ahimsa Dairy - generate sufficient fresh milk for the community, plus we want various dairy products such as cheese, kefir, panir, yogurt, butter, ghee, ice cream. Housing for the herd of cows, management of the herd, feed (barley sprout production as fodder, hay production and storage, grazing fresh grass, water), waste management (convert to methane for heating), plans for the dairy when we are underground due to solar storms
  • Organic Gardens - conventional and hydropondic, mostly inside monolithic dome structures, also we need to grow grains, nuts, and fruits, a plan for food production and/or conservation of the gardens when we have to go underground during solar storms
  • Production and distribution of food, clothing, and personal items
  • Waste management - gray water collection and distribution, organic waste collection, composting, conversion of waste into methane and fertilizer
  • Medical and Dental care for the residents, facilities, personnel, equipment, supplies
  • Recreation - indoor and outdoor swimming pools, game rooms, gyms
  • Fine Arts - theatres, exhibition halls
  • MahaVideha University facilities - library, classrooms, lecture halls, laboratories, gym, meditation
  • MahaVideha School facilities- library, classrooms, playgrounds, laboratories, gym, meditation
  • Sri Vyuha Ashram - design and construction of the very large group meditation facility

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Preface

 

I wrote this book to try to convey my sense of awe and excitement about the times we live in today. This classic phrase, which opens A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, seems to exactly relay the situation before us in our present day:

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisd ... continue >>

Chapter 1.
The Cycles of Time

There are various accounts of the age and origin of our universe from ancient scriptures and scientific theories. I have studied many of them, including Creationism from the Christian Tradition, Creationism from the Vedic Tradition, Catastrophism, and Darwinism, and also researched this topic i ... continue >>

Chapter 2.
Our Universe is a Hologram

We need a better understanding of the nature of this “relative” universe that we live in, so we can come out of the matrix of illusion and see the world for what it is. To us, the universe and our lives may seem real, solid and definitely not an illusion. This is because we are embedded in the ill ... continue >>

Chapter 3.
Karma

Religions often refer to God's Judgment and how He metes out punishment for sins and transgressions against Him. This is a somewhat irrational way to explain karma. For one thing, God never punishes - He loves and accepts everyone. Contrary to most religions, God is not jealous, or wrathful, and is n ... continue >>

Chapter 4.
The Great Global Deception

Humanity has been under what has been called “the great global deception” for the last 500 years. We have been told that the earth is a spinning globe in a vast, limitless space and human life is an extremely insignificant part of this universe. However, we know from our dail ... continue >>

Chapter 5.
Balancing of Karma

The pralaya is now here, starting with the amazing world-wide quarantine for COVID-19, which has proven be engineered mass hysteria instead of a real threat to life by a virus. Following the main pandemic was a brief period of riots and protests then another lockdown based on fake &ldquo ... continue >>

Chapter 6.
Exit the Illusion Matrix

PsyopsBy now, in the depths of Kali yuga, almost everyone is trapped in this illusion matrix created by gove ... continue >>

Chapter 7.
Surviving and Thriving

We are not interested in just surviving the effects of the pralaya. No, we want to thrive during this period and use this time wisely to develop spiritually and physically for the joys awaiting us in the Satyug Age. If the Ekam Vitara Network is suc ... continue >>

Chapter 8.
Satyug Kaya Kalpa Programme

First, some background on this revolutionary program to transform an aging, limited Kali yuga physiology into a vibrantly healthy, youthful Satya yuga physiology. Granted, this may seem fantastic to some, but almost everything in this book is fantastic: from the realizatio ... continue >>

Conclusion

Moksha

There is one objective for human life - Moksha. That is the only worthwhile endeavor because Moksha brings freedom, freedom from struggle, freedom fro ... continue >>

About Visvamitra

Visvamitra is the name given to me by Guru Dev when he accepted responsibility for my evolution and existence in September 1994. It is common for the Guru to give the new disciple a name as an ideal to become. Since Guru Dev desires that I become Visvamitra, which means "friend to everyone", I whol ... continue >>

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