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,…

Agni Purana, Buddhism, Charaka samhita, Garbha Upanishad, Garbhavakrantisutra

Life in the Womb | Conception and Gestation in Buddhist Scripture | 101 

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 The first Noble Truth of Buddhism asserts that all is suffering. In this context, the word “all” means all conditioned things, that is to say, all worldly things. Hence anything that perpetuates the cycle of rebirth in this world can be considered antithetical to…

Brahmanda, Chandogya Upanishad, Mundaka Upanishad, Shvetashvatara Upanishad

Upanishads and Quantum Philosophy Compared | 102 

Mathomathis would like to continue on Upanishads and Quantum Philosophy Compared , 102. Readers can find the previous article  by  navigating to the link Upanishads and Quantum Philosophy Compared | 101 Chandogya Upanishad refers to the origin of world from akasha, the space-time continuum. Thus the Upanishad says: Where from do all these worlds come? They came from akasha and into akasha they return. akasha is indeed their beginning and …

Lord Narayana, Lord Vishnu, Purusha Sukta, Sukta

The Purusha Sukta | Human Evolution | 103 

Mathomathis would like to present an article on Purusha Sukta by author Zachary F. Lansdowne Ph.D (who served as President of the Theosophical Society in Boston, has been a frequent contributor to The Esoteric Quarterly. His book The Revelation of Saint John, which provides a verse-by-verse analysis of the entire Revelation, was reviewed in the Fall 2006 issue). The following article is a continuation from the previous article The Purusha…