Dear Mr Sravana:
You have been patiently responding, thank you.
Idealism and practicality has nothing to do with why there is a lack of response. It is because there is no real substance to whatever you have concocted in your mind. Idealism will always attract people even if it is misguided. Here that is not the case.
Why do you think only your experience is unique? Every experience of every person is unique, don't you think so?
Also why do you think people will benefit by what you have to say? I can say it causes much more harm because you are asking people to follow you to a sand castle which will collapse.
Putting logical next to your brand of spirituality does not make it so.
Suppose a person comes here with conviction and claims that over the physical and spiritual there is another level called ether level where spiritual messages travel. Now the person is convinced that he can control all the levels below having won the ether level. The person claims it will benefit all. If I bring such a person to you , will you agree to be his follower?
Not able to click Agree. Want to let you know your comments are very agreeable.
Is it possible for anyone to change their fate?
At best, we can only increase awareness / perceptiveness, thru meditative practice.
None can change fate, unless that option was available. Karmas from purvajanmas give options. But until an event comes true in current janma, we do not know which option was meant to be.
Which is perhaps why it is wise to surrender to that infinity, which we call feet of the lord.
Trying to change weather, boil water, bend spoons, using that energy, is such a waste.
Sravana, if at all you have conditioned your consciousness in certain ways, again, request you, please use that energy for better use.
Also, you tend to easily pit religion against science, with immature claims in previous posts.
If this helps, wish to let you know, an elderly neurosurgeon who experimented with alter-consciousness, awareness, past lives, and what is dubbed that 'awakening', is of opinion that all this 'paranormal' activity is actually, natural biological phenomenon. It is not against science. Since religion does not explain, in the scientific context we understand things, we just need more science to understand this natural biological phenomenon.
There is nothing unnatural, supernatural, paranormal. It is perfectly natural and biological. Humans thru evolution functioned on far too many years of learned awareness, which today is part of the human-instinct. Any normal person can develop that awareness, if they just bother to understand.
Today, we do not have the instrumentation, experimental basis to explain such things scientifically. But science will evolve. Just as electricity was once discovered, science will find a way to understand all of this.
There are brain centres doing plenty of research, around the world, in neuroscience...so, its just a matter of time. For now, articles like "The Neuroscience of Paranormal Experiences" by Corey Washington, may satiate curiosity in some. The article (from spartanideas. msu.edu) is simple, easy to understand, so, please do read it.
So, Sravana, please do not pit religion against science. Neither religion provides an explanation for too many things, nor science.
Each follows what is meant to be. Even in the extreme of one man's food being other man's poison, nobody becomes higher or lower in conscious state because of that.
Your beliefs may not necessarily be what you/we understand them to be, nor should it be acceptable to others. You may wish to examine your claim that 'people can benefit'. Is it possible for anyone to 'benefit' from others, if it is not already within them to seek/understand? Please, things will happen for others, as it is meant to be for them.