Meta Physics, Physics

The MetaPhysics of Law (Conclusion) 

 Source of Natural and Positive Law The devas or gods and asuras or demons, are allegoric terms, the term asura might stand politically for external invaders; historically for aborigines of India whom the Aryan immigrants had to repel!: socially, for the trash and bad characters; and psychologically, for the perverted tendencies in man. The terms devas and asuras stand broadly to denote respectively the good and the evil aspects in…

Markandeya Purana, Meta Physics, Nasadiya Sukta, Prashnopanishad

The MetaPhysics of Law | Desire To Know | 102 

The desire to know is the desire to experience, to realize, to become, or to create, as explained in the first part of “Aitareya Upanishad“. In Bible, the first episode of Adam in tasting the forbidden fruit is an offence attributable to the outburst of the creative force. The divine command was conservation of force, which was condition of being. Ingrained into the fancy for the forbidden, lies the assumed…

Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, Meta Physics, Nasadiya Sukta, Sankhya, Vedic Science

The MetaPhysics of Law | Creative Evolution | 101 

Metaphysics is branch of philosophy that concerns with ultimate reality sustaining the apparent world of flux in which life and matter have become cosharers in the space-time continum. Mind is consciousness of life and matter, availing both in the terrestrial process. The space-time continum rolls on these two actualities of life and matter. HENRY BERGSON, in his “Creative Evolution“, accepts this dualism of life and matter. In BERGSON’s philosophy, the…

Garbha, Nectar, Ojas, Rasa

OJAS | The Vital Nectar Of life 

Mathomathis would like to present an article on: OJAS – The Vital Nectar of life presented by authors || A. B. Bagde || Sawant R. S. || Yanpallewar S. U || Nikumbh M. B. || Dhimdhime R. S. An Article in Journal of Biological and Scientific Opinion · April 2014 | Bagde A. B et al. Journal of Biological & Scientific Opinion · Volume 2 (2). 2014. According to Ayurveda,…

Charaka samhita, Garbha Upanishad, Garbhavakrantisutra, Gestation, Jiva

Life in the Womb | Gestation (Conclusion) 

Mathomathis would like present an article on Life in the Womb: Conception and Gestation in Buddhist Scripture and Classical Indian Medical Literature By Author: Robert Kritzer. Before proceeding further, make sure to complete the previous article: Life in the Womb | The Garbhavakrantisutra The Garbhāvakrāntisūtra is the first text that mentions each week of the development of the fetus. In Tibet, however, week-by-week accounts are standard in medical texts, notably…

Ashtanga Hridaya samhita, Charaka samhita, Garbha Upanishad, Garbhavakrantisutra

Life in the Womb | The Garbhavakrantisutra 

Mathomathis would like present an article on Life in the Womb: Conception and Gestation in Buddhist Scripture and Classical Indian Medical Literature By Author: Robert Kritzer. Before proceeding further, make sure to complete the previous article: Life in the Womb | Conception and Gestation in Buddhist Scripture | 101 The Garbhāvakrāntisūtra is a rather long sūtra that includes an account of the mechanism of rebirth. The account begins before conception,…