Buddhism May Regain Its Status as the World’s Largest Religion, Susmit Kumar
“All religions are officially banned in China at present but it is said that nearly half of Chinese population practice or believe in Buddhism. When China starts to move away from the communistic ideology we will see the revival of Buddhism.”
A Meditation for the 99 Percent
From the interfaith “Sermon on the Steps” at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, October 29, 2011.
Unity and Synthesis, P.R. Sarkar
PROUT advocates that all people have the right to settle anywhere in the but not intentional infiltrations and expansionist moves. PROUT counteracts these fissiparous forces and encourages those common factors amidst divergent views which lead to unity and synthesis.
The Universal Family, P.R. Sarkar
According to genuine spiritual ideology the system of individual ownership cannot be accepted as absolute and final, hence capitalism too cannot be supported.
The Cosmic Brotherhood, P.R. Sarkar
The original discourse where P.R. Sarkar first mentioned PROUT and formulated its five fundamental principles, on June 5, 1959
The Rise of Spiritual-Centered Social Philosophy, R. Logan
“While materialism has limited ability to meet human needs, humanity cannot afford to reject material development for an otherworldly approach to life.”
Spirituality and Social Change, Dada Maheshvarananda
Talk by Dada Maheshvarananda at the “Globalization or Localization” Conference in Wellington, New Zealand on March 3, 2001.
Spirituality and Social Change, Dada Jinananda
Presentation at the July 2011 Global Prout Conference in Caracas.
The Future of Universalism and PROUT, S. Inayatullah
PROUT is an emerging intellectual force. It asserts that we are at a transition from an old paradigm to a new one.
Science and Mysticism, Susmit Kumar
It is said that we use less than one percent of the capabilities of our minds. There are many unexplored mental potentials about which we have little knowledge.
Understanding PROUT, Dr. Ravi Batra
Spiritual activity is simply a pursuit of the infinite entity. According to PROUT, spiritual needs are an integral part of human nature.
The PROUT Paradigm, Prout Globe
The Self-realization norm has relevance to social transformation.
“Human unity is purely an ideological unity, which means unity in the psychic sphere. Where there is psychic unity, physical unity will also occur. … So for a proper social synthesis what we require is a common philosophy of life; that is, ideological unity.” P.R. Sarkar