Essentials It says it will achieve a "Heaven on Earth in Scotland" through consciousness-raising policies based on the ancient knowledge of Vedic principles, which have evolved in the present day.
It advocates processes including meditation and Yogic Flying - an "advanced" form of meditation. It proposes setting up a group of 7,000 people committed to Transcendental Meditation and Yogic Flying in Scotland.
This, the party says, will create a positive field of national consciousness and effect change.
The party was first formed in Britain in 1992 and says it is committed "to nature, to life, to mankind - to every individual and their happiness".
The party says it will seek to eradicate 50% of disease in Scotland within the first term of the Parliament and ultimately create a "disease free" society.
The Natural Law Party says its policies will eventually lead to "dramatic reductions" in government expenditure allowing the Scottish Parliament to use its tax-varying powers to introduce a maximum tax reduction of 3%.
The party wants Scotland's infrastructure reshaped to "promote the health and good fortune of everyone".
It will seek a 50% cut in pollution as soon as possible and promote "pollution-free" industry and transport.
The party advocates free full-time education for all up to degree level and free part-time education for all adults. It wants to see the development of "Vedic education", which it says develops the Self and is the basis of a successful life.
The party says it supports devolution and the principle of self-determination but says the starting point for change begins with the individual and "self-rule".
The Natural Law Party says its policies are complementary to natural law parties worldwide and through its principles will seek "global solutions to global problems".