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SCIENCE AND RELIGION-2
When the mind is stilled by dropping thoughts, the divine dimension of one’s being shines forth. True inspiration and intuition come from this level, and true happiness as well.
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SCIENCE AND RELIGION
Fritjof Capra, Rupert Sheldrake, Karl Pribram and other scientists explained that new research in physics, biology, neurology and other subjects clearly pointed to a convergence between ancient wisdom and modern science.
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A Religion With No False Gods
the Hinduism argument is the opposite of the monotheistic faiths. It says every messenger (or prophet) is to be held true until proved false.
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Was Aristotle’s Claim Of Indian Origin Of Jews True?
That India and the West had rich interaction in the second millennium BC is known only to scholars. This was the time of the Mitanni of Syria, who worshiped Vedic gods.
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Atheistic Hinduism Carvaka, Founder Brahaspati, Deva Guru
Hinduism does not differentiate between one who believes in God and one who does not.
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‘Quantum Consistent With Vedas’ Bohr Quantum Founder
Bohr, Heisenberg and Schrödinger regularly read Vedic texts. Heisenberg stated, “Quantum theory will not look ridiculous to people who have read Vedanta.” Vedanta is the conclusion of Vedic thought.
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Vedas on Consciousness
The state of Being has as its attributes Consciousness, which has Bliss or Ananda as its attribute.
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Why I Left Academia: Philosophy's Homogeneity Needs Rethinking
As an Asian American, and as someone who grew up under the partial influence of Buddhist and Confucian culture/thought, I find this dismissive attitude towards "the East" to be personally and deeply offensive.
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The Pope and Extra-Terrestrials
Hindu popular culture contains stories where the most noble emperor refused to enter heaven if a dog would not be allowed entry. Such stories which shaped Indian culture come from deeper spiritual-philosophical roots.
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Sanatana Dharma Means....
“The two words, “Sanatana Dharma”, come from the ancient Sanskrit language. “Sanatana” is a Sanskrit word that denotes that which is Anadi (beginningless), Anantha (endless) and does not cease to be, that which is eternal and everlasting. With its rich connotations, Dharma is not translatable to any other language. Dharma is from dhri, meaning to hold together, to sustain. Its approximate meaning is “Natural Law,” or those principles of reality which are inherent in the very natu
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A grander view of Darwinism
Interestingly the one person outside the realm of science who seems to have made this connection with extraordinary insight is Rajaji.
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Parikshit: Ego, Deja Vu
Let the words of the hermit become true and let a falsehood not be committed.
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The Uncertainty of Upanishadic Wisdom
Theoretical physicist E.C. George Sudarshan has pointed out how the Vaishesika conceptualization of the atom is closer to the modern quantum mechanics than the Greek model of atom developed by Democritus.
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Philosophy in our schools a necessity, not a luxury
Philosophy examines the most fundamental concepts we have about what it is to exist as a human in this world: knowledge, truth, meaning, justice, beauty, freedom, consciousness.
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Dhimmitude for Dummies
First instance of dhimma, and which is the basis of later pacts, was the pact Mohammed made with Jews of Khaybar Oasis after defeating them, killing many, taking many women as sex slaves. The pact stipulated that Jews can continue to cultivate the lands but ownership of land will lie with Muslims, and 50% of the produce each year will be paid as jizyah. This was in 628 AD. With such humiliating state, the Oasis which was till then richest Oasis in Arabia, went to ruins, as Jews a very good farme
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Science-Hinduism-Religion
Mysteries Explored: Shocking science behind Hindu traditions: Indian Customs Vs Scientific Reasons Traditions in Hinduism were considered mainly as superstitions, but with the advent of science, it is becoming evident that these traditions are based on some scientific knowledge and moved from generations to generations as traditions. Though the common people did not know science in it, they were following it very faithfully over the years.
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The Essence of Yog-Vashishtha
Most of our problems revolve around the questions: What is our life? What am I? What must I do? Why am I here? Where I will be going? Some of us at some time or other in our lives reach the point where we feel: “I am living a useless life. What is all this for? I feel so insignificant—like a dry leaf which is wafted in the wind.” Then there arises inevitable despair and frustration. The response to this human despondency is the teaching contained in this scripture.
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HOW WE RELATE TO THE ENVIRONMENT: A HINDU VIEW
A core Hindu teaching is that the entire universe, without exception, is pervaded by the One Supreme being. (Isha Upanishad I) this is expressed in a poetic way in the Vedas: the universe emanated from the Divine Cosmic Person: the sun from his eyes, the moon from his mind, fire from his mouth, wind from his breath and so on. (Rig Veda X.90)
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