Summary of the results of Sahaj Agriculture at 10 ICAR, NRCs, India.

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Summary of the results of Sahaj Agriculture at 10 ICAR, NRCs, India.

 Overall results of effects of Sahaja Yoga meditation vibration on majority of the crops are very positive and more promising in vibrated crops than in non-vibrated crops.

Table. Summary of the results of effects of Sahaja Yoga meditation vibration on the growth of different crops at 10 ICAR NRCs, India.

NoNRCCrop TestedDifferences by means (% increase over control)Statistical InferenceRemarks
1NRC, Grapes, Majari (MS)Grapes31.6 to 61.44 % in growth parametersLong term experiment will continue till yield stage.
2NRC, OG, Rajgurunagar (MS)Onion & Garlic4.0 to 85 % in growth parameters & 3.4 % in yield of onionIn garlic non significant difference in yield
3NRC, P, Solapur (MS)Pomegranate06.68 in survival rate of cuttingsLong term experiment will continue till yield stage.
4IIR, R, HyderabadRice04.72 in seedling vigourNon significant.Only Lab test taken. Field trials up to yield to be tested.
5IIOR, HyderabadCastor Sunflower11.46 in seedling vigour, 05.67 in germinationNon significant.Only Lab test taken. Field trials up to yield to be tested.
6IIMR, HyderabadSorghum01.0 in germinationNon significant.Only Lab test taken. Field trials up to yield to be tested.
7CAZRI, Jodhpur, RajasthanMoong.42.90 % increase in yield of Moong.30%increase in moong yield over control. In control plot more than 50% crop dried up due to drought.Vibrated moong crop was standing while others crop dried up due to drought.
8NSSR, Ajmer, RajasthanNot conducted
9MRSRS, Bharatpur, RajasthanMustard variety RH-74912.0 % increas in yield .
 Vibrated 1625kg/ha.
Non-vibrated 1450kg/ha.
10CIAH, Bikaner, Rajasthan OatsGreen fodder kg/ha
1st cutting :1556
2nd cutting: 445
1st cutting : 1320
2nd cutting :339
20.61% increase green fodder production over control.Details Enclosed

Overall Inferences

  1. Both the teams i.e. scientists and Sahaj Yoga volunteers took lot of and sincere efforts to conduct the experiments at all NRCs during the first year of these trials.
  2. Data available from 8 NRCs reveal that various parameters studied on different crops and their initial trend related to vibrated group showed from 1 % to 85 % increase over control group.
  3. Laboratory test results from 3 NRCs in Hyderabad and at Solapur (bacterial blight) showed Non Significant results. But the scientists suggested that since the overall growth and vigour of the plants in vibrated group appeared more promising, the experiment should be continued.
  4. Moreover, all the trials (at Hyderabad) are related to germination and seedling stage only. Hence, field trials up to yield stage need to be conducted.
  5. Three NRCs (Sr. No. 1, 3 and 10) have undertaken experiments on long duration crops. Their validations up to yield stage need to be continued.
  6. Last but not the least; the scientists/officers will have to take into consideration the basic principle involved in these experiments.

Sahaj Krishi experiments are fundamentally based on the Spiritual Divine Power (i.e. The Paramchaitanya). The phenomenon of its working, its mechanism and mode of action as well as the stage(s) on which impact will be visually noticed are still unknown and unexplained factors. Similarly, the positive impact observed in a particular case cannot be streamlined and repeated as such as a fixed operational system of the Paramchaitanya. One thing, however, is certain and undisputed i.e. it definitely shows a positive impact on agricultural production as experienced by hundreds of farmers. In this case too an increase in vibrated group ranged from 1% to 85 %. Many of the scientists involved in these experiments are probably unaware of these facts.

Under these circumstances, it is felt sincerely that with proper mutual understanding by both the groups (i.e. the Scientists and the Sahaj Yogi Volunteers) validation trials could be conducted in the coming years for confirmatory results. It may therefore be inferred that in view of increasing production, productivity and quality of agricultural crops, Sahaj Krishi experiments on the present NRCs be continued till we get the final yield and quality data. Few photographs related to these experiments have been presented in Annexure for perusal.

Difficulties / Problems faced during 1st Year of Sahaj Krishi Experiments:

During the course of one year (2015-16) certain problems / difficulties that were discussed by the experimenting scientists / Sahaj yogi volunteers verbally are narrated below:

1. Lack of communication and proper understanding between scientists and SY teams

2. Slight negligence on the execution of some of the trials

3. Data recording not up to the expected level

4. Doubts expressed by scientists on certain observations.

Corrective measures to overcome:

The above observations, by and large, have been noticed on the majority of the centres except a few. The same could very well be discussed and remedial measures to overcome them found out by mutual understanding in a meeting.


Though it will be too early to draw final conclusion on Sahaj Krishi experiments, one fact remains undisputed that the “Divine Power” (Param Chaitanya) emitting from H. H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, which is the base of Sahaj Krishi experiments is certainly working out and creating positive responses in crop production and productivity. Thus, there is a hope now to utilize this technique on large scale spread over large area for the benefit of Indian Agriculture, in general, and the poor farming community, in particular.

Limitations/Requirements of Sahaja Agriculture

  1. The experiments should be divided in three parts like agronomic, horticulture and animal Science.
  2. Every Sahaja Yogi participating in experiment must meditate regularly, attend collectivity, keep himself in balanced spiritual state and follow Sahaja yoga practices.
  3. He/she should confirm daily that the vibrations are clearly felt during experimentation.
  4. In any of these experiments two identical (with respect to soil, water, temperature, humidity etc.) plots viz. experimental (vibrated) and control (non-vibrated) must be formed for comparison and possibly the control plot should remain on farm of non-sahaja yogi farmer with considerable distance.

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