Power of Vedic Psychology

Posted on by Teo Siew Yong

As a spiritual guide and healer, I discover that there is no other psychology that is more powerful and complete than Vedic Psychology. Some of you may be aware that I don’t use any of the traditional psychotherapy and psychoanalytic therapy which most people learn in mainstream institutions or universities of Psychology. This is because Vedic Psychology not only is able to provide me with answers to all the questions I have but it also offers a permanent solution to all complex psychological disorders. One recent case which I worked on, proves the power of Vedic Psychology and gives me so much confidence that I simply know many people with complex psychological disorders can be healed with this science.

Here is one case which I have been working since Sept 2012. A young female client who was suffering from regular anxiety attacks, fear psychosis as well as a self-harming tendency. She is a typical modern youth who is suffering from her past and parasite patterns of severe self-doubt, self-hatred and self-denial. She had been seeing a psychiatrist and a psychologist for over 3 years before she came to see me. She was also dependent on anti-depressant drugs for several years and constantly she felt irritable and uncontrollable with her mood swings and negative thoughts. Usually I would prefer to work with clients who are not on pharmacotherapy as the drugs just basically sedate their senses and most of them are not able to have an awareness to make a cognitive shift.

Honestly, when she shared her past with me, at first my little mind felt a little daunted because it was by far the most complex psychological disorder case that I encountered at that time. Nevertheless, my heart felt that I shouldn’t give up on her and as a divine instrument, the moment I took up the responsibility to cause her reality, I just knew the divine would shower me with the knowledge and guidance.

So over a period of 15 months, I worked on her physiology using yogic tools such as yoga practice, healing, Nithya Kriya for anxiety, Nithya Kriya for mental clarity and emotional stability and Catharsis techniques to shake her deep rooted engrams. At the same time, I worked on shifting her wrong cognitions about herself, people, life and God, using Vedic Psychology from spiritual books and Youtube discourses by my Guru, Paramahamsa Nithyananda and the Science of Completion. She also started a habit of journaling her thoughts and feelings, spending time to witness her thoughts and emotions. In many sessions, we would chat about the way her thinking and the emotions triggered which helped her see that they were very much imprinted from her past experiences. Fundamentally, I just connected her back to the Source – her very own wholeness.

Last week, she shared with me some of the remarkable transformations she experienced  within her. Now she is able to witness the micro-second gap between her thought of self-harming urge and awareness. That gave her so much confidence that she is able to respond not react which, in turn, reduces the urge to hurt herself. Through understanding of how her mind controls her and with her will power, she is able to drop her dependency on psychiatric drugs for the last 6 months! Another significant improvement is her relationship with herself has improved so much that she could see all the relationships around her are also improving. She could now see herself being a mother, a thought she couldn’t imagine in the past as she was not able to handle herself. A few months ago, we sat down to identify a list of fears she had and she was glad to inform me that many of the insignificant fears on the list had fallen off, leaving only the genuine fears because she was able to look in deeper the real source of fear. I simply know healing is happening and she just needs to work on cleaning up her inner space from her root patterns and parasite patterns through powerful initiations of an enlightened master by attending Inner Awakening programme. I was in awe with the progress that she made.

From my own experience, I learned that Vedic Psychology when combined with Yogic Physiology, they make such powerful healing sciences. Here are the 3 key differences between Vedic Psychology and traditional psychology which I discovered:-

  • It is centered on Wholeness. The Vedic Psychology gives the right understanding about you, not the incomplete you. When you are able to connect with your inherent wholeness (poornatwa), it gives you the right understanding of Self, humanity, life, Universe, man-made self, God and the ultimate experience. It focuses on your highest possibility not the incomplete and powerless lower identity that you are made to believe by the outer world and the modern psychology. The modern psychology was discovered by people who had not seen the best species of humanity, they mainly worked with people who were suffering from disorders or clutched personalities and hence the conclusions are not aligned to the highest possibility of humanity.
  • It is a Permanent Cure. The Vedic Psychology is so thorough that it penetrates deep into your being beyond the body-mind system. It recognises your innate spiritual nature and the body-mind does not represent the true Self. The Yogic techniques and natural herbs work holistically without any side effects whereas the psychiatric treatment uses pharmacotherapy such as drugs to control one’s mind resulting in sedation, suppression and a slew of side-effects from the drugs which is not a permanent cure. The science of Vedic Psychology goes to the root of the problem by healing you completely from that memory such that the disorder no longer has power over you.
  • It is done by Healers. Do you know that as per statistics, the psychiatrists has the highest suicide rate amongst all professions? This is one of the biggest sufferings all psychiatrists and psychoanalysts have due to high level of Self-Doubt, Self-Hatred, Self-Denial (SDHD). Imagine the amount of listening every day to all the different problems, difficulties and impossibilities, they are almost like dumping bins for people to off load their junk. Unless they learn the science of completion and do self-completion every day, they will either pass the junk to others or they fall into depression by suppressing it within. Unfortunately, they don’t know how to protect themselves from such a dangerous service that they take up. On the other hand, people who use Vedic Psychology are usually healers, they practice the science of completion so that they are constantly serving others from the space of completion. There is no bad side-effects on them, only spiritual expansion.

In essence, the Vedic Psychology represents the most thorough inner science of human consciousness which is another great contribution by the ancient rishis, sages, saints and masters. It covers all the different mental setups – happened, happening and yet to happen, and issues that humanity is facing. I can foresee that Vedic Psychology will become a recognised Science worldwide in a near future. Namaste 🙂

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About Teo Siew Yong

Teo Siew Yong draws from over a decade's worth of experience in the Vedic healing arts of Yoga and Mediation to share the sacred knowledge and experiences of self healing and self discovery with people who are ready to look within.