Maharishi Vedic Mathematics
Even though modern mathematics has achieved enormous success in all areas of life, it can appear fragmented and incomplete. It lacks a solid foundation and breaks down when faced with the ultimate infinite. In fact, the work of twentieth-century mathematician Kurt Gödel gives mathematical proof that mathematics is not complete and can, in fact, never be complete.
In another example, mathematics cannot handle concepts such as “the set of all sets.” The result is that most mathematicians choose to ignore the foundations of mathematics and work in isolated, fragmented areas with no vision of the whole of mathematics.
Maharishi Vedic Mathematics, on the other hand, is a complete field of knowledge. At Maharishi University of Management, you gain direct experience of the infinite field of pure knowledge through the practice of the Transcendental Meditation® program. Your study of mathematical infinity is followed by personal experience of infinity. Your study of mathematics is complete and personally fulfilling and cultures the ability to spontaneously handle all possibilities in life.
The following resources can help you learn more about Maharishi’s Vedic Mathematics:
- Maharishi Mahesh Yogi: Maharishi’s Absolute Theory of Defence, Age of Enlightenment Publications, 1996. Available from MUM Press.
- Catherine A. Gorini: Maharishi’s Vedic Mathematics: The Fulfillment of Modern Mathematics.
- M. Anne Dow: A Unifying Principle Describing How Mathematical Knowledge Unfolds.
- P. Corazza & A. Dow (Editors) Consciousness-Based Education Vol. 5: Mathematics, Parts 1 and 2. Maharishi University of Management Press, 2011-2012. Available from MUM Press.