Spirituality and Science

Yin Yan , the Purusha and Prakriti relation

Purusha and Prakriti, a great union of the 2 forces.

Purusha and Prakriti are the manifestation of the single self in the same Universe. In Indian Philosophy, majorly in Sankhya, Purusha is regarded as Masculine (Shiva), and Prakriti is regarded as Power (Shakti). This is a dualistic view, however, unites to the singularity. It is in such a way that Purusha and Prakriti are incomplete …

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Turiya, the 4th Greatest State of Consciousness.

Turiya State, an Overview Turiya is the final stage of human consciousness. It encompasses all the three stages which we described in our previous articles. It is mentioned in Mandukya Upanishad with the other three stages. However, there is also the mention of another stage or the fifth stage of human consciousness called Turiyatita which …

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Sushupti Avastha of Human Consciousness.

The Sushupti Avastha is the third form of the human consciousness. The common translation found in most of the articles on the web is Deep Sleep. Metaphorically in some context, you can call it a deep sleep but literally, the meaning is something else. It is the dormant stage of human consciousness. In modern scientific …

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On Ontology Of Thought And Self: Reflections From J. Krishnamurti. Part-(2)

Seeing “As It Is”  This is the point we are verily agnizing ourselves, not because someone said it. Such a state can’t be stagnant or concrete; instead, it’s evanescence and see-through one’s self from moment to moment. It doesn’t mean that in such a state, the mind is entirely free from all conditioning, it has …

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On Ontology Of Thought And Self: Reflections From J. Krishnamurti. Part-(1)

Questioning Thought And Self We all think, most of the time we are thinking about something. The thought is the phenomenon in which we identify ourselves. But, did we ever ask the question “what is thought?” which is right now going on in our mind and has an inextricable relationship with the self and being. …

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