Cosmic energy is the highest form of all kind of life force that is omnipresent, omnipotent, and omniscient- which exists in the earth cosmos, between the galaxies, and in the space. It is this energy that animates life and maintains balance in the entire universe. This same principle is applicable to the life of the human being, society, states, nations, continent, the world and it goes on regardless to the cast, creed and colour.
It also involves the origin and evolution of the universe, from the Big Bang to today and on into the future. Cosmology it is the scientific study of the origin, evolution, and eventual fate of the universe, world, nations, states, societies and an individual human being too.
In detail, it is an explanation of the origin, evolution, and eventual fate of the universe, from a religious perspective and same is applicable to an individual too. This may include beliefs on origin in the form of a creation myth, subsequent evolution, current organizational form and nature, and eventual fate or destiny. There are various traditions in religion or religious mythology asserting how and why everything is the way it is and the significance of it all. Religious cosmologies describe the spatial lay-out of the universe in terms of the world in which people typically dwell as well as other dimensions, such as the seven dimensions of religion; these are ritual, experience and emotional, narrative and mythical, doctrinal, ethical, social, and material. Religious mythologies may include descriptions of an act or process of creation by a creator deity or a larger pantheon of deities, explanations of the transformation of chaos into order, or the assertion that existence is a matter of endless cyclical transformations.
What is Siddha Cosmic?
A Siddha is one who has attained a stage of realization where he/she is not bound by the injunctions of the Sastras, and where he has gone beyond the Vedas. A Siddha is one who enjoys perfect bliss, who is in pure cosmic consciousness even while in their physical body. The body is treated by him as the best medium of realizing the truth. Similar to the sacred rivers, temples, mountains, etc., the body is a sacred passage to the ultimate Reality. The technique of the preservation of the body is called Siddha Sadhana (practice) : It is an attempt to attain a perfect body called Siddha Deha (Body). In short, one who has obtained the power of dematerializing and spiritualizing the body, and knows how to transmute the corruptible physical into the incorruptible super physical basis of life is a Siddha. A Siddha attains and possesses an eternal spiritual body called the Divine Body and is one who finally breaks out of the karmic cycle and attains total realization.
What is the Relationship between Science & Siddha?
Ultimate goal of life should be fine-tune ourselves to the spiritual body. Bodily staged condition of a soul is a state of diseased stage. The body is cause of material pain and difficulties. Yoga & Meditation guide us to purity our body, mind and soul. Yoga and Meditation is to get rid of our body difficulties and disorders and to make our body healthy, so one can enjoy material pleasure in other dimension. Yoga & Meditation is to bring peace and happiness in life. In Yoga & Meditation human body is a holy place. There are more than 72000 nerves in human body which constitute the energy system and if these nerve system if we are able to service and fine tune with the cosmic energy we reaches a stage of healthy , peaceful and harmony life. There are many kinds of Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Karam Yoga, Siddha Yoga , Bakthi Yoga etc. Jnana yoga is realizing the truth from Veda’s Upanishads, other holy books whereas Karam Yoga is practiced doing duties and responsibilities by and serving others in the society. Siddha Yoga is the way of utilizing our intelligence and attaining salvation and whereas Bakthi Yoga is the process of attaining salvation through love and devotion to god with the help of religious path.