Vethathiriyam includes fourteen principles of life for the welfare of society that are suitable for people of all cultures throughout the world. For illustration, a few examples from these principles are:
(a) food and water are two natural treasures that must be made available to everyone just like sunlight and air,
(b) economic justice must be assured for all citizens of the world,
(c)respecting womanhood and giving full equal rights to women is essential for the service and knowledge that they provide, and
(d)the educational curricula need to include the teaching of the “cause and effect” as a law of nature,
(e) a world without war must be ensured to fully utilize all the available resources for the benefit of humanity and to eliminate untold suffering that wars cause.
Deep understanding of nature is essential for living in harmony with the law of nature, while balancing material well-being with spiritual progress.
Vethathiri’s profound revelations led him to propose that the primordial state of the universe, which he called Absolute Space, has two inherent attributes that are latent:
(a) Force or Gravity: Inexhaustible self-compressive force, the source of all forces, which acts everywhere,
(b) Consciousness: The omniscient order of function in everything. As a result of the self-compressive nature of the absolute space, an infinitesimal volume of space begins to spin in a whirling motion, called a fundamental energy particle. The spinning action propels an outward repulsive force.
The co-joining of the two forces, attractive and repulsive, is defined as Universal Magnetism. It fills the universe as a wave. It is the first phase of self-transformation of the absolute space from being to becoming. As a result of self-compressive force, fundamental energy particles group to form atoms of different elements that produce different masses in the universe with all their wonderful attributes.