LAW is the science and art of maintaining order for a mistake-free, fulfilling life. The ideal of law is the eternally lively field of Cosmic Law, the Constitution of the Universe, which maintains order on the supreme level of existence and is equally evolutionary for everyone at all times. The field of the total knowledge of law is founded in the Constitution of the Universe—the field of the science and technology of total Natural Law—the Unified Field of all the Laws of Nature.
‘Inauguration of Law and Order by me is a practice of all generations of mankind. In their administration, what do the people sit together and do? They evolve, they write down, a code of conduct, a code of law and order which will be a guiding light for all the people of their country, all the people whom they want to rule. They write down the constitution, that is, write down the law and order. But, because law and order designed by human intellect always has, and will always have human weaknesses and human failings, that is why constructing new laws on the level of human intelligence will never be satisfactory, because the very nature of life is spontaneously and always administered by that law which in itself is so orderly that in its domain it has no disorder. I am inaugurating today that perspective, that knowledge of Natural Law, which is not man-made.’
5 March 2006, MERU, Holland
Inaugural Address to the Parliament of World Peace, Session on Law and Order
‘We are out to create a problem-free world; we are out to give to the world, to every nation, an atmosphere of peace and harmony, where man-made constitutions will be supported by the God-made constitution—Natural Law.’
‘Crime can only be arrested by the individuals themselves, who will use their full brain physiology and will not do any partial things by law. So lawmakers will enjoy making law which will be more and more in accord with Natural Law. More and more coherent national consciousness will create more and more evolutionary laws, and the time will come soon. We are on that path now to create these groups [practising Yogic Flying].’
24 July 2002, MERU, Holland
Global Press Conference
‘These are all the principles of Natural Law: how to behave, how to speak, how to do this thing, how to do that thing. How to behave in all the relationships in the world is in all the religious books and in all the teachings of the politics of the world. How to behave? There are military etiquettes; there are all kinds of international rules. But those who know Natural Law, those who know the religious law of their own religion, know that if you violate them, if you harm your neighbour, then it is called a sin. If you do wrong to someone, it is called a sin. There is no way that you will avoid the effect of the sin of harming another man.
‘All these beautiful rules of behaviour are prevalent in all cultures, in all languages, in all countries. What we are teaching is how to create a man who will not make mistakes according to his own religion. A mistake in one religion is always a mistake in the other religion also.’
10 August 2005, MERU, Holland
Global Press Conference
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