SPIRITUALISM AND FUNDAMENTAL DUALISM: Madhva of India had glorified difference between things. He traced back his dualistic thought to the Hindu scriptures known as the ‘Upanishads’. His main works are his commentaries on the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita, the Vedanta-Sutras, and the Indian epic poem of Mahabharata. Five types of distinctions, or differences are central […]
In a changing world, day follows night, Spring follows Winter with unchanging Constancy. In understanding Life and Death, man must seek the unchanging nature of Individuality, Consciousness, and Spiritual Connection.
The Science of Consciousness must investigate and explore the Totality of Consciousness, the entire contents of Consciousness.
Man is a created being. Man is a Spiritual being which displays man’s humanity, moral nature, individuality, and consciousness. Spirituality describes the nature of man’s connection with God.
Who or what created this Universe? A spontaneous event cannot be described as a creative event. Creation is associated with imagination, purpose, design, inspiration and all of these could be called creative thought or influence.
The Theory of Total Consciousness must explore the total contents of conscious experience.
The term consciousness is not a description of mere psychological function or mental awareness. Consciousness includes awareness of both mind, and body in relation to external and internal environment for the purpose of maintaining the state of existence.
Indian Identity is defined by a culturally driven desire of a pursuit of Pure Knowledge and Perfect Wisdom. Philosophy of Medicine explores the underlying principles of human consciousness, and human existence.
The attribute called “LIFE” exists as long as the waves( TARANG )continue to move and remain in motion. I would like to draw an analogy between the fluidity that manifests as a flowing stream and the fluidity of a mind that lets a ‘thought wave’ to propagate. The propagation of ‘thought waves’ across generational lines describes my Wave Theory of Immortality.
Consciousness is awareness of existence in a given environment and it includes awareness of both external and internal aspects of that existence.