April 25, 2017

The Reality is one and not a sum or concourse

Amit Goswami - 2012 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions
What Quantum Physics Tells Us about Our Origins and How We Should Live Amit Goswami. Because ... In the last century, two philosopher-sages, Sri Aurobindo in India and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin in the West, had the revolutionary insight that evolution does not end its journey toward increasing complexity with humans.

Amit Goswami - 2012 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions
In physical creativity, creatives quantum leap to the intellect body and bend the physical laws to their creative will—momentarily at least. Of course, this ... Look at the great chain of being as envisioned by an ancient philosopher of the West, Plotinus, and by a modern philosopher of the East, Sri Aurobindo (fig. 13). They are  ...

reformulated Schrodinger's equation with his Causal Interpretation in 1951, positing a 'quantum potential' and allowing a degree of mental picturing of what ... add that the emphasis in the writings of Aurobindo and his followers on vibratory frequencies must clearly have had some influence on the development of these ideas.

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The scientific attempts to unravel the workings of the brain and consciousness have a long way to go even if the quantum mechanical behavior proposed by Penrose is ... Sri Aurobindo, the great Indian philosopher and poet, introduced the evolution idea into Vedantic thought through an unfamiliar and unmapped level of ...

Quantum mechanics goes further in describing existence in ways that our senses would, at first, tend to deny. Similarly, exploration into biological processes shows us how our knowledge of the physiology of life is lacking. The limiting intelligence of the mind has a similar inability to recognize higher realms of consciousness ...

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Santosh Krinsky - 2013 - ‎Preview
Before reviewing the theory of rebirth through the lens of our reasoning faculty, Sri Aurobindo first takes up the very question of the limitations of the reasoning faculty itself ... The Newtonian universe has subsequently been superseded by the premises of quantum physics and today the concept of the truth of the universe is far  ...

Santosh Krinsky - 2012 - ‎Preview
Consciousness is not bound by these physical organs, and modern science has begun to recognize this. developments in the field of quantum physics as well as in psychology make it clear that consciousness extends out horizontally throughout the world, and there are also layers of consciousness that are subconscient to ...

Santosh Krinsky - 2012 - ‎Preview
It must be remembered that Sri Aurobindo wrote the Life Divine in the middle of the 2nd decade of the 20th Century, between 1914 and 1918 essentially. his discussion of ... time and space that essentially addresses major concepts of both quantum physics and string theory, both at the “state of the art” in modern-day physics .

Santosh Krinsky - 2012 - ‎Preview
Sri Aurobindo's viewpoint of an integration between mind and matter, between matter and spirit is a reconciling force that shows the limitations of exclusive or one-sided ... Quantum physics therefore is catching up to the insight provided by the spiritual scientists of the ages, and the formulation of these facts as provided by Sri ...

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Roy Posner - 2015 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions
Summary In this fascinating chapter, Sri Aurobindo addresses the relationship between soul and death; the stages between births, i.e. rebirth; as well as rebirth's ... Once that is determined, then in each return to earth, the Person, the Evolving Soul makes a new formation, builds a new personal quantum suitable for a new ...

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Rod Hemsell - 2014 - ‎Read
94 Perhaps what this means is that the next quantum leap in consciousness, one foreseen by Sri Aurobindo as necessary in order to resolve the dilemmas of matter and mind, will be an even more disturbing paradigm shift than the ones already brought about by the new physics of the 20th Century. In Sri Aurobindo's ...

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Ben Goertzel - 2006 - ‎Preview
The great mystic Sri Aurobindo, in the early part of this century, explained and reinterpreted the Vedantic koshas in a way which is particularly relevant here (Aurobindo et al, 2001). Sri Aurobindo took each of ... The lowest level in my hierarchy, Quantum Reality, was not known to the ancient Indians or any pre-modern culture.

The materialist explanation, upheld by physicalism, posits matter to be the ultimate reality. While Aurobindo calls it the 'monism of matter', in the West, as we saw above, it has come to be called naturalism. Chaudhuri defines naturalism as a view that 'designates the essence of reality as Nature with her unconscious physical  ...

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Eric M. Weiss - 2012 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions

Do we survive bodily death? Do we live again in a new body? Without answers to these questions, we cannot know who and what we really are. In The Long Trajectory, author and philosopher Eric Weiss explores these fundamental questions.

Edward F. Kelly, ‎Adam Crabtree, ‎Paul Marshall - 2015 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions

Toward Reconciliation of Science and Spirituality Edward F. Kelly, Adam Crabtree, Paul Marshall. James, W. (1902). The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature. New York: Longmans, Green. James, W. (1986). The confidences of a “psychical researcher.” In F. H. Burkhardt (Ed.), Essays in Psychical ...

Mar 12, 2015 - “Beyond Physicalism” (like Kelly's previous edited volume, “Irreducible Mind”) is the product of the longest running seminar in Esalen history, the “Big ... His descriptions of such things as expansive knowing (also often referred to as “gnosis;” what Sri Aurobindo calls “knowledge by identity” as compared to  ...

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Susan Schneider, ‎Max Velmans - 2017 - ‎Preview - ‎More editions
... is a notion that spans human history – from Plato, Plotinus, and William James in the West, to PataƱjali, Abhinavagupta, and Sri Aurobindo in the East (Kelly, ... and the relativity of space, time, matter, and energy; and quantum physics and the irreducibly uncertain properties of physical reality independent of measurement.

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Goswami reiterates some of Bergson's anti-Darwinian arguments, but bolstered with an injection of quantum mechanical theory to explain the mechanism of creative evolution. Far more influential on Goswami than Bergson, however, are Aurobindo and other more recent Western evolutionary philosophers like Pierre ...

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The implications of quantum entanglement are the subject of much debate, but some scientists acknowledge, in principle, that it could help to bridge the gap between the physical sciences and the field of parapsychology. Sri Aurobindo's diary shows that he was observing telepathic phenomena daily and recording many of ...

Suffice it to say that for Aurobindo material objects have only the appearance of separation from each other in reality they are one. ... For Lonergan, by contrast, “Relativity has eliminated the imaginability of scientifically conceived space and time; and quantum mechanics has eliminated the imaginability of basic processes.

The metaphysical basis for Integral Health — the nature of reality

Dr. Soumitra Basu
In Chapter V of The Life Divine, Sri Aurobindo introduces a concept which has not only a bearing metaphysical thought but has enormous consequences in the fields of science and health:

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