“If you believe you have a Spirit, you are already Spiritual”

- YogiGuru Saugaato

The splendid way of life described above was actualized through the framework of Gurukuls. These institutions served as portals through which the entire civilization oriented itself, driven by the singular motive of Oneness. Gurukul embodies a scientific educational approach wherein a student's being is initially molded with qualities such as openness, agreeableness, introversion, and the profound wisdom of Oneness. This transformation occurs through complete obedience and surrender to a mentor. During that era, mentors dedicatedly followed the path of Adwait, seeking communion, and merging with their Param Gurus from the same lineage. Consequently, these mentors were considered authentic gurus.

Delving into a profound clearing of the mind, encompassing thoughts, beliefs, opinions, preferences, planning, and logic, was a crucial initial step meticulously instilled by the guru in the training of students. This mental purification paved the way for unlocking portals into the expansive macrocosm of spiritual sciences. These spiritual sciences govern both awareness and understanding, channelizing and resonating with energies—both virtual and physical, akin to today's modern scientific disciplines such as physics, chemistry, biology, zoology, and anatomy.

Reflecting on ancient India's Vedic culture as described earlier, it becomes evident why it stood as a pioneering community that cultivated a land where inhabitants lived with Ease, Joy, Glory, and Abundance. Notably, scientific and mathematical inventions and discoveries in ancient India were attributed to yogis. In essence, the entire population, including every child, engaged in Yogic Sadhana under the guidance and governance of Gurukuls.

Agastya Muni foretold YogiGuru Saugato's current lifetime during the period around 3500BC. This foresight stemmed from the fact that YogiGuru Saugaato's soul had previously inhabited a physical form in that specific era, prompting Agastya Muni's prediction regarding the soul's transition and subsequent journey.

Following YogiGuru Saugaato's spiritual awakening facilitated by MahaAvatar Babaji, he gained the ability to revisit the past life of the 3500BC era. Through this experience, he could establish a correlation between his current spiritual journey and the foundational teachings ingrained during the Gurukul culture prevalent at that time.

Rekindled by MahaAvatar Babaji's spiritual awakening in this lifetime, YogiGuru Saugaato continued his spiritual journey as a devoted student within MahaAvatar Babaji's Gurukul. YogiGuru Saugaato's spiritual journey aligns with the pattern of a student to his guru, MahaAvatar Babaji, and subsequently as a Guru to his own students. Seekers who touch the authentic realm of Oneness under YogiGuru Saugaato's guidance should comprehend, align, and resonate with the gurukul style of doctrine. This stands as the singular path towards true Adwait and Moksha.

MahaAvatar Babaji’s doctrine to YogiGuru Saugaato has been to see spirituality as a Science than Philosophy or a Faith. To YogiGuru Saugaato, Karmic Healing, Moksha, Adwait/Oneness only happens when we open ourselves to practical changes to our psychology. This practical, psychological reorientation transcends and opens the door towards deeper spirituality. So every true student and Seeker has to go through a strict regime given by MahaAvatar Babaji pertaining to the psychological science and spiritual science.

The true student and Seekers under training of YogiGuru Saugaato finds themselves safe and protected – physically, mentally, spiritually (from the lineage of MahaAvatar Babaji). And are aligned with the Universe bringing them Ease, Joy, Glory, and Abundance.

"One and only path towards Advait" - Lord Krishna

Footnote: The qualities of openness, agreeableness, introversion, and Oneness wisdom align with the Big Five personality traits known as OCEAN—Openness, Conscientiousness, Extroversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism. This modern psychological framework captures traits such as receptivity to experiences, cooperative disposition, social inclinations, and emotional stability. The Oneness wisdom complements these traits, highlighting the interconnectedness of ancient spiritual insights and contemporary psychological understanding.

Footnote** - The information provided is largely based on historical and scientific foundations, drawing from the contributions of notable figures in various domains. The referenced yogis, such as Aryabhatta, Sushruta, Vishwakarma, Patanjali, Swami Vivekananda, Paramahansa Yogananda, Ramana Maharshi, Sri Aurobindo, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, and B.K.S. Iyengar, have played significant roles in shaping disciplines ranging from mathematics and medicine to philosophy and yoga.

These references are anchored in historical records, ancient texts, and scholarly works that document the achievements and contributions of these yogis. Moreover, the mention of basalt as an example is grounded in archaeological findings and studies on ancient construction techniques.
This collective information underscores the scientific and historical underpinnings of the text, providing a well-supported foundation for the discussion of yogic principles and their impact across various domains.