A living being, especially civilized man, has a natural desire
to live forever in happiness. This is quite natural because,
in his original state, the living being is both eternal and joyful.
However, in the present conditioned state of life, he is
engaged in a struggle against recurring birth and death.
Therefore he has attained neither happiness nor
The latest desire man has developed is the desire to travel
to other planets. This is also quite natural, because he has the
constitutional right to go to any part of the material or spiritual
skies. Such travel is very tempting and exciting because these
skies are full of unlimited globes of varying qualities, and they
are occupied by all types of living entities.
The desire to travel there can be fulfilled by the process of yoga,
which serves as a means by which one can transfer himself to
whatever planet he likes—possibly to planets where life is not
only eternal and blissful, but where there are multiple varieties
of enjoyable energies. Anyone who can attain the freedom of
the spiritual planets need never return to this miserable land of
birth, old age, disease and death.
One can attain this stage of perfection very easily by his individual
effort. He can simply follow, in his own home, the prescribed
method of bhakti-yoga. This method, under proper guidance,
is simple and enjoyable. An attempt is made herein to give
information to the people in general, and to philosophers
and religionists in particular, as to how one can transfer
oneself to other planets by this process of bhakti-yoga—
the highest of all yogic processes.