I am a student of School of Bhagavad Gita and have been learning Vedanta and meditation under a guru for last 4 years, I am also a student of psychology with Indian philosophy as elective.
Experience: 4 years
Evolution has brought us to the point where scientific thinking is considered as the most noble among all functions of the human intellect, when thus an intelligent man facing the challenges of his day to day life, at some point he is forced to step back and analyze the amount of effort he has put into the objective world and what he have derived from it. He starts to critically analyze every situation and his reaction towards them, he begins to understand that it is not the objective reality that is conditioning every situation but our mental attitude towards it and that we are ever shackled to the intellect's constant running commentary upon every event that happens in our life, he begins to study this inner equipment called the mind-intellect and hence the great subjective science was born.
Having reached to this conclusion, the great subjective scientists called the Rishis started the greatest quest, which was to break free from the mental conditioning and to find perfect peace and happiness amidst any situation that we may face in our daily transactions with the world.