Jeevanvidya is universal and inclusive in nature, it is useful for the whole mankind irrespective of their age, sex, religious or political belief.
Jeevanvidya philosophy is secular, it is intimately related to human nature and can be practiced by anyone who wants to learn the art of successful living regardless of their faith or religious belief.
THE CONCEPT OF GOD
According to Jeevanvidya, God is neither an idol nor a human form nor merely a power or energy. God is a cosmic life force and source of each and every creation. This cosmic life force dwells within every creation but has forgotten its divinity. God is Divine Power, Divine Consciousness, Divine Intuition, Divine Knowledge, and Bliss.
POWER OF MIND
Jeevanvidya philosophy emphasis on harmonious thinking. It explores the role of the conscious mind and the sub-conscious mind and relationship between them. Jeevanvidya teaches the art of utilizing the relationship between the conscious mind and subconscious mind for material and spiritual pursuits for successful and beautiful life.
CONCEPT OF COSMIC MIND
According to Jeevanvidya all of us are connected and interwoven through one cosmic mind just like flowers are interwoven together by a thread to form a garland. If a portion of thread receives jerk all the flowers receive that jerk to some extent.Similarly, everyone in the world interwoven together by the thread of the Cosmic Mind.
IMPORTANCE OF HUMAN BODY
According to Jeevanvidya that Human body is a wonderful gift of nature and works like a machine. Jeevanvidya believes that one should nurture one's body with excellent habits and impressions, culture the body and mind with excellent education, training, and teachings, nourish the body with good food.
PURPOSE OF HUMAN LIFE
According to Jeevanvidya, we are born for imparting the bliss, intrinsic in us, through the medium of the human body and for celebrating the festival of Joy. It is also the intention of the Universal Divine Power that we must spread joy and celebrate the festival of bliss through ourharmonious thoughts, speech and action.