The Material Basis of Spirituality Science. Animate vs Inanimate Dualism

The division or separation, or distinction of man as perishable body and imperishable Soul is fundamentally flawed for both Animate and Inanimate Matter derive their nature from unvarying and unchanging properties of the Chemical Elements. Animate vs Inanimate Dualism is primarily based upon Vital Operations and Mechanical Operations and it is not concerned with physical or chemical properties of Matter. To that extent, in my analysis, the Four Upanishadic Aphorisms or Mahavakyas make claims not supported by the real nature of Matter.

The Material Basis of Spirituality Science. The Constitutive and the Regulative Principles of Human Existence

What it is to be a Substance? and What it is to Exist? We need to establish knowledge about the man on a firm basis and the information it provides must be tested for its accuracy and consistency with an external reality. We have to make the fundamental distinction between the living and the non-living …

TAT ASMI PRABHO – FIFTH MAHAVAKYA – ANIMATE VS INANIMATE DUALISM

TAT ASMI PRABHO – FIFTH MAHAVAKYA – ANIMATE VS INANIMATE DUALISM Indian Schools of Thought, ADVAITA(NONDUALISM), VISISHTADVAITA(QUALIFIED NONDUALISM), and DVAITA(DUALISM) account for man and world by describing three fundamental orders called 1. God, 2. Soul, and 3. Matter. However, they fail to account for Animate vs Inanimate Dualism. This distinction is very important as most …

TAT ASMI PRABHO – FIFTH MAHAVAKYA – MATERIAL vs SPIRITUAL DUALISM

TAT ASMI PRABHO – FIFTH MAHAVAKYA – MATERIAL vs SPIRITUAL DUALISM In Indian tradition, the phenomenon of universe, world, and everything that exists is divided into three fundamental orders; 1. Matter, 2. Soul, and 3. God. To account for three distinct orders, Indian tradition applies three fundamental divisions or Dualism; 1. Animate – Inanimate, 2. …

FIFTH MAHAVAKYA – TAT ASMI PRABHO – FUNDAMENTAL DUALISM

Aphorism refers to a short, concise statement of principle. The ‘Upanishads’ are commentaries on texts called Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda, and Atharva Veda. The Upanishads include four short, pointed sentences expressing a general truth. These Upanishadic Aphorisms are popularly known as ‘MahaVakya Chatushtaya’ or Four MahaVakyas. These four statements are primarily concerned with …

LIGHT OF LIGHTS – TAT ASMI PRABHO – TRIBUTE TO DR SARVEPALLI ANANTHA PADMANABHA RAO

LIGHT OF LIGHTS – “TAT ASMI PRABHO” – FIFTH MAHAVAKYA – “PANCHAMA MAHAVAKYA” DISCOVERED BY DR. SARVEPALLI ANANTHA PADMANABHA RAO: LIGHT OF LIGHTS – “TAT ASMI PRABHO” – FIFTH MAHA VAKYA DISCOVERED BY DR. SARVEPALLI ANANTHA PADMANABHA RAO, M.S., HE DISTILLED THE WISDOM OF VEDAS AND UPANISHADS FROM SHANKARA’S UPADESHA. Dr. Sarvepalli Anantha Padmanabha Rao, …