Sankhya-1
Oriental Philosophy of Nature
Science and the Vedas
(rev. 2008Feb25)
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Index
1. How Cats See Ghosts: This was originally our Bharatiya Sanskriti II
presentation at San Marcos University in Lima Peru …. 2-16
2. Philosophy Science & Politics - Where is the World Going?: Bharatiya
Sanskriti III additions, BSDM history and quotes from Quantum
Question…. 19 – 48
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Philosophy of Nature in
Classical India
San Marcos University
Lima, Perú
•Oldest university in the Western world.
•Established 450 years ago.
•More than 50,000 students.
www.unmsm.edu.pe
NIOS
North American Institute for
Oriental and Classical Studies
•Established 12 January 2004.
•Faculty and Advisors: Harvard,
Oxford, distiguished professors
from Indian and North and South
America.
10-11 March 2006
Universidad San Marcos
Friday
1. How Cats See Ghosts
Sankhya – Analysis of Nature
2. Applications
Vastu – Architecture
Gandharva – Music y Dance
3. Songs of the Acharyas
Saturday
1. Three Minutes with a Genius
Upadesamrta of Rupa Goswami
2. Caste System, Natural or Unnatural
3. The Game of Dice – Drama
from the Mahabharata
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Hanumatpresaka Swami
H. H. Robinson
January 1948
Guam, Marianas Islands
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University of California
Electrical Enginrering
Biological Engineering
Psychology, ФВҚ
North-Western University
Mentor Donald T. Campbell
Second City Theater
Okinawa Karate
Bengali Vaisnava 1974
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Occidental
A Lover’s Quarrel
Prof. Harvey Cox
Oriental
Srimad Bhagavatam
Harvard University
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The Throne of Reason
• Paracelsus y Magnus
• Mechanical Philosphers
• Chemical Philosophers
Alchemy
Theology
Sociology
Psychology
Psychiatry
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
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Oriental
Adi purusha – Govinda
(Peter Pan)
Purusha avataras – Yamaraja
(Prison Warden)
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Oriental
Tiempo
• Purushas - Transcendental
•PSYCHOLOGICAL
Ahankara – Reflected Ego
Buddhi – Knowledge
Manas – Mind, Calculation
Indriya – Physical Body
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Oriental
Ahankara – Reflected Ego
Buddhi – Knowledge
Manas – Mind
Indriya – Gross Body
$500
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•PSICOLÓGICO
Ahankara – Ego Reflejado
Buddhi – Knowledge
Manas – Mind
• Carl Jung
Tavistock Lectures
Hopi Indians
• Black Poetess
• An Invalid Hand
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Oriental
• Purushas - Transcendental
Tiempo
•PSICOLÓGICO
• Indriya – Cuerpo Físico
Kham – Space
Vayu – Tactile
Anala – Visual
Apa – Taste
Bhumi - Olfactory
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Oriental
Espacio
Marshall Mc Luhan
Media is the Massage, Understanding Media
E. T. Hall
The Hidden Dimension, Beyond Culture
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Sankhya
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Oriental
Tactile / Mass
Karate
How Cats See Ghosts
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Occidental
Teología
Sociología
Psicología
Psiquiatría
Oriental
Adi purusha – Govinda
Avataras – Yamaraja
Ahankara – Ego reflejado
Buddhi – Perspectiva
Manas – Mente, Cálculo
Biología
Química
Física
Kham – Espacio
Vayu – Tácto
Anala – Vista
Apa – Gusto
Bhumi - Olfato
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Thank you,
please do not
throw stones.
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III Bharatiya-sanskriti
- Festival of Classical Indian
Culture
Philosophy
Science
&
Politics
Where is the World Going?
San Marcos University - NIOS
1 & 2 March 2007
Lima, Peru
Part One: Philosophy & Science
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B. S. Damodara Swami
Dr. T. D. Singh
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B. S. Damodara Swami
Dr. T. D. Singh
Manipur
The Forbidden Kingdom
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Manipur
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Flowers
Siroi Lilly
Orchids
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Animals
Brow Antler Dear
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Origin of Polo
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Manipur
Calcutta University – Chemistry
University of Buffalo
University of California
Srila A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami
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B. S. Damodara Swami
Dr. T. D. Singh
Charles Townes
Nobel Prize - Laser
1984 Bombay
1st World Congress
for the Synthesis of
Science and Religion
1990 San Francisco
1st International
Seminar on the Study
of Consciousness in
Science
Sir John Eccles
Nobel Prize
Neurophysiology
George Wald
Nobel Prize - Chemistry
1997 Calcutta
2nd World Congress
for the Synthesis of
Science and Religion
Dalai Lama
Nobel Prize - Peace
Paulos Gregorious
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President of World
Council of Churches
CONTENT
A Rapid Sanskrit Method
Profesor George Hart, Universidad de California
Catalogus Catalogorum – 160,000
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Vastu-veda – Arquitectura
Ayurveda – Medicina
Yantra-vidhi – Mecánica
Jyotisha-veda– Astronomy, astrology
Gandharva-veda – Music, Dance, Drama
Danda-veda – Ciencias Políticas
• Sankhya – General Philosophy of Nature
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Bhagavad-gītā 7.4
bhūmir āpo 'nalo vāyuḥ
kham mano buddhir eva ca
ahankara itīyaḿ me
bhinna prakṛtir astadha
Earth, water, fire, air, space, mind,
intelligence and false ego — all together
these eight constitute My separated material
energies.
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My separated material energies.
False ego - I am independent of God.
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TOMMORROW
Danda-veda -- Political Science, Social Philosophy
Classical Indian Philosophy can supply a Philosophy
of Nature that integrates the study of physical,
psychological, ethical and intuitive levels.
Continued study: Pada-padma, the first two cantos of Srimad Bhagavatam
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Fundamental Questions
1. If the Sankhya is so great then why haven’t we heard
about it before?
2. Can make a heaven on earth?
3. What about weapons for self defense?
4. What do the Scientists say about this?
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A Well Kept Secret
Max Mueller
Colonialismo
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Heaven on Earth
Psychotic Core
Michael Eigen, April 2004
Everyone is possessed of a
fundamental narcissistic complex in
which the self has become both the
subject and object of its own erotic
potency.
Mental hospital.
Therapeutically perfect.
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What do the Scientists say?
QUANTUM QUESTIONS
Ken Wilbur, Shambala, 1984
Albert Einstein
ETHICAL DIMENSION
The scientific method can teach us nothing else
beyond how facts are related to, and conditioned by
each other. The aspiration toward such objective
knowledge belongs to the highest of which man is
capable, and you will certainly not suspect me of
wishing to belittle the achievements and the heroic
efforts of man in this sphere. Yet it is equally clear that
knowledge of what is does not open the door directly
to knowledge of what should be.
INTUITION & MOTIVATION
This knowledge of objective truth as such is
wonderful, but it is so little capable of acting as a
guide that it cannot prove even the justification and
the value of the aspiration toward that very knowledge
of truth. Here we face, therefore, the limits of the
purely rational conception of our existence.
Pg 106
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What do the Scientists say?
Prince Louis de Broglie
INTUITION & MOTIVATION
The great epoch-making discoveries of the history of
science (think, for example, of that of universal
gravitation) have been sudden lightening flashes,
making us perceive in one single glance a harmony
up untill then unsuspected, and it is to have, from
time to time, the divine joy of discovering such
harmonies that pure science works without sparing
its toil or seeking for profit.
Pg. 117
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What do the Scientists say?
Prince Louis de Broglie
ETHICAL DIMENSION
In the last chapter of his great work, The Two Sources of Morality and Religion, Henri
Bergson, having reached almost the end of his book, showed to us a humanity in the
formidable grip of mechanism, and as if succumbing under the weight of the discoveries
and inventions which the creative ability of its mind had been able to realize.
Bergsen rightly says: Machines which move on petrol, on coal, hydro-electric power and
which convert into motion the potential energies accumulated during millions of years,
have given to our organism so vast an extension and so formidable a power, so
disproportionate to its dimensions and strength, that surely it had never been foreseen in
the plan of the structure of the species.
And wishing to make us appreciate the essential point and the disquieting side of the
problem, he adds: Now, in this excessively enlarged body, the spirit remains what it was,
too small now to fill it, too feeble too direct it. Now this increased body awaits a
supplement of the soul, now the mechanism demands a mysticism.
Finally, the work finishes on these words, pregnant with meaning: Humanity groans halfcrushed under the weight of the advances that it has made. It does not know sufficiently
that its future depends on itself. It is for it, above all, to make up its mind if it wishes to
continue to live.
Pg. 122
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What do the Scientists say?
Max Planck
I might put the matter in another way and say that
the freedom of the ego here and now, and its
independence of the causal chain, is a truth that
comes from the immediate dictate of the human
consciousness.
Pg. 150
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What do the Scientists say?
Werner Heisenberg
(From his book, Wolfgang Pauli’s Philosophical
Outlook)
Very early in his career Pauli had followed the road
of skepticism based in rationalism right to the end,
and he then tried to trace out those elements of the
cognitive process that precede a rational
understanding in depth.
Pg 158
Wolfgang Pauli
Werner Heisenberg
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What do the Scientists say?
Sir Arthur Eddington
What is the truth about ourselves? Various
answers suggest themselves. We are a bit of
stellar matter gone wrong. We are physical
machinery, puppets that strut and talk and
laugh and die as the hand of time pulls the
strings beneath. But there is one elementary
inescapable answer. We are that which asks
the question. Whatever else there may be in
our natures, responsibility towards truth is
one of its attributes. This side of our nature is
aloof from the scrutiny of the physicist. I do
not think it is sufficiently covered by
admitting a mental aspect of our being. It has
to do with conscience rather than consciousness
Pg 178
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What do the Scientists say?
Sir Arthur Eddington
The materialist who is convinced that all
phenomena arise from electrons and quanta and the
like controlled by mathematical formulae, must
presumably hold the belief that his wife is a rather
elaborate differential equation, but he is probably
tactful enough not to obtrude this opinion in
domestic life. If this kind of scientific dissection is
felt to be inadequate and irrelevant in ordinary
personal relationships, it is surely out of place in the
most personal relationship of all, that of the human
soul to the divine spirit.
Pg 207
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