(Black) Faith and (Blind) Science

(Black) Faith and (Blind) Science

What do we call the superstition that blindly believes the rules of faith without investigating the truth of anything, but how can there be materialistic knowledge, the term science, that blindly blinds the beliefs of an individual or group without evidence? Can we say that the rules or regulations we adopt after judging from a scientific point of view are superstitious? Today, we have called some Vedic prevention and treatment methods prevalent in our society, whether to stop the spread of demons, ghosts, or to cure any diseases. Although science does not make any decision without evidence, in the case of non-evidence, all of these ancient laws have been declared orally invalid.
It is easy to take life away from man but it is not only impossible to take away faith from man. Has science yet proven that ghosts, ghosts are ineffective, Buddhist treatments are flawed, or that magic, spells, spells, spells are completely false, and ecology is irrelevant? Society still has faith and respect for this kind of ancient knowledge. Even after the propaganda of the awareness campaign at the government level, people are still adopting the Vedic system. Even people who believe in it are not uneducated or ignorant. People are relying on so-called (blind) believes to solve problems that science is unable to solve, and their problems are being solved. People who are deprived of health care are being treated for herbal or herbal remedies, but the so-called connoisseurs are simply avoiding the so-called cataracts or connections.
There are no specific criteria for measuring the distance between belief and superstition. I think you should give a few examples to simplify the statement. Frequent accidents occur at certain places on the road. The bench is moving inside the locked house. Someone’s screams are heard in the desert. A man is facing a number of unusual situations during the night in his newly built building. She is a victim of regular nightmares during sleep. Feeling we have ‘Run out of gas’ emotionally. The person is in excruciating pain even though there is no disease in the body. As a result of these repeated actions, a healthy person becomes physically ill and becomes ill. The prevailing health science is unable to cure him. Arguments are growing that his statement is just a reaction to thoughts and feelings. A civilized, educated man who calls himself a demon, a demon, and an emotional person is secretly seeking Vedic rituals, not medical science, after facing such an unusual situation himself. Using it, getting rid of it, feeling safe, encouraging others who have the same problem to deal with it in this way. But even after shaking such a declaration of imperfection and strengthening his faith, he did not open his mouth in favour of this secret knowledge. The so-called tantric, seekers, and gunis who have mastered such knowledge are respected by one section of the society, while others are viewed with scepticism. In many places they are called fake, bananas. There are even reports of people attacking them together. There is a belief behind this. Their sorcery is widely believed to be detrimental.
According to some scientific sources or sources, worship is performed at the site of the accident, and mantras are performed at home to calm the spirits. How long does a bronze vessel hold on its back for a long time without reducing the effects of toxins from the body? How is a man bitten by a snake recovering from gunshot wounds? How does a rope bed pull four people forward to catch a thief? All of this is not a supernatural form of supernatural, supernatural, supernatural activity, but a common occurrence in our society. Why did science shut up then? Why doesn’t science, which portrays this knowledge as superstition, prove such a thing wrong?
However, certain ancient rules are described as superstitious. Such as worship to get rid of demons, demons, mantras or guardians of the body. But many of the practices that are still practised in the Vedic tradition in society have not been fully opposed. Funerals, Shraddha, yajna, tapas, worship, etc. are considered as human beliefs. Faith that is accepted by people from all walks of life. However, there is no scientific reason for this. But on the other hand, science acknowledges that religious beliefs, spiritual knowledge, and worship create positive feelings in the human mind.
It is not the science of science to dismiss such knowledge as the superstition that science is benefiting the society, the people are benefiting from. It must be made public by believing in the interpretation, action-reaction of the innate knowledge behind it, whether it is really a belief or a superstition. If the application of this Vedic knowledge is good for the society, it needs to be accepted and recognized. If a person uses any action declared superstition.
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  • Prakash Ranjan Parida
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