Oṁ, lōkāḥ samastāḥ
sukhinō bhavantu

May all beings be happy and free.
May my thoughts, words and actions be for that truth.

Hindu Loka

Insight of Spiritual Knowledge of the Universe (Loka) Hindu Veda

Nature (loka) is a part of life which is composed of all non-human (infrahuman) elements in the universe. These elements are sun, soil, air, flora, fauna, and others. All elements in nature or the earth have a relationship / interaction with one another. One example is oxygen from the air which is used by living things (including plants) for respiration and photosynthesis, and plants are used as food for other living things. More concretely, this can be realized through eco-spiritual principles, namely seeing nature religiously-spiritually, seeing nature not only from what is seen. The eco-spiritual principles that are held need to be actualized in real life as a tangible manifestation of our concern for God's creation.
Hindu Loka is the path to the Source of Vedic Truth
God is the source of all existence and even the source of all knowledge, God is the object of knowledge and God is the primary and first source of knowledge. It is not an easy thing if humans want to know everything according to God. Not only because of the limitations that humans have, but also because God is not something that can be reached by the human mind. Therefore, studying the text is a way that can be taken by humans in understanding God. Its purpose is to make it easier for readers to understand its teachings but also to try to reveal the most secret knowledge, namely the knowledge of God.

Cosmology of the Hindu Loka Universe

Cosmology in Hinduism is a derivative of philosophy, as is the character or nature of philosophy which is the source of all knowledge, thus cosmology is related to various fields of science. Cosmology is the study of the ins and outs of the universe, from its birth or existence, its development to its destruction, as an orderly system. So actually cosmology is a knowledge that has a very wide range regarding the universe in which there are all creations, including humans themselves. The term cosmology in Hinduism can be equated with the term Viratvidya, because virat means the same as the cosmos or the universe, and vidya means knowledge. When explored in depth to philosophical concepts, it will have an understanding of the universe or the great Bhuana that exists in this universe. Seeing the concept of Hindu cosmology which teaches about the origin of creation and development of the universe by placing God, who is often also called the soul of the universe, as the origin of this universe. Cosmology comes from the word cosmology which consists of two words, namely the word cosmos (universe or universe), and the word logy/logos (science). So cosmology is the science of the universe. While the word cosmic means relating to the universe. The universe in Hinduism is stated as a sacred form of God or is called maya from God. Prakerti as the basic material principle is also called maya, this material principle is used by the personality of God to carry out creation. The whole world, even the lowest of all, makes an unceasing effort, to wish for the next higher level, which in itself is a shadow of the lower manifestations. Prakerti, who is not atman or all things expelled from the person's environment, still wants to be able to return to atman, because it is associated with an absolute person.

Modern Hindu Philosophy

The development of modern science greatly influences conceptions philosophers about the relationship between man and the universe. The conflict between the thinkers who composed the universe, from a priori concepts and ideas, and those who hold that matter precedes ideas, always exists in history of philosophy, despite many of these antinomies, idealists versus materialists, metaphysical versus positivist, ontological versus empirical and so on in various ways, difference between Plato's and Aristotle's approach to the problem of the universe, is a typical contradiction between the schools of philosophy. God is the source of all that 'is' in this world, be it the source of knowledge, living things, to the universe and its contents. The holistic Vedas consist of knitting various knowledges, both material knowledge (world, propane, aparavidya) and spiritual knowledge (hereafter, sacred, paravidya). Bhuwana Sangksepa as a text originating from the Vedas, also contains teachings about tattwa and divinity which can be used as a guide in life.

God in the Terminology of Saguna Brahman Permeates the Universe (Macrocosm)

Brahman (God) after creating the elements, enters into them. He is a golden person in the sun. It is the radiance of the ever-pure spirit. He is sat cit ananda, the One without the other. Brahman develops itself into the universe for His own lilà or krida, without undergoing the slightest change and without ceasing to be Himself. Even the universe exists in the mind of God. In the Satapatha Bràhmana and Chàndogya Upanisad it is said: 'Verily all this universe is brahman', and also, 'this soul of mine that is in the heart, this is . God is everything else, transcendent and completely outside the universe and man but he enters into man and lives in it and becomes the innermost content of his being.
God in the Terminology of Saguna Brahman Existing in Man (Microcosm)
Human comes from the word manu which means mind or thinking. Humans are the union between the physical body and the soul (atman). In fact, the existence of humans in this world cannot be separated from the existence of the universe, so that between humans and nature have a very close relationship. The universe is called the great bhuana (macrocosm) and humans are called the bhuana alit (microcosm). When studying the elements that make up the universe, then the elements that make up humans, it is said that what is in the universe (macrocosm) will also be found in humans (microcosm), and vice versa. The existence of the macrocosm (bhuana agung) and the microcosm (bhuana alit) cannot be separated from the existence of Brahma, because Brahma is the origin and goal or sangkan paraning dumadi of the entire universe and everything 51 | SANJIWANI: Journal of Philosophy Vol. 11 No. 1, March 2020 contents. The concept of God permeates His creation, especially in humans as a microcosm. How God (Brahman) exists in all the organs that exist in humans. Nothing escapes Him. However, the divine consciousness in humans is still insulated by the existence of maya or the existence of bodily awareness, so that humans do not realize that God exists in themselves, unless someone has understood the knowledge of true identity (atma vidya). Therefore, it is necessary to deepen the teachings of God (Brahma Vidya).

Usada Pranic Healing

Prana is the invisible bio-energy that keeps the body alive and also maintains health. Through the technique of awakening the soul force, divine energy is transferred to the patient's body. With universal energy and special frequencies that are specific to the disease and according to the patient's condition. Usada Prana Bali helps in healing bodily and mental ailments

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Meditasi - Yoga Teja Surya

The understanding of the reality of the Jiva varies from tradition to tradition. There is broad consensus among the major belief systems. Belief in good behavior, need for happiness. Life is not complete without practicing spiritual truth. All fall into one of these four categories or at most derive from one of them or from a combination thereof.