Veda Vyasa - Mathomathis

Vedic Rishis / Indian Saints – Maharishi Veda Vyasa

A Quotes from Swami Sivananda –  “Who is a saint? He who lives in God or the Eternal, who is free from egoism, likes and dislikes, selfishness, vanity, mine-ness, lust, greed and anger, who is endowed with equal vision, balanced mind, mercy, tolerance, righteousness and cosmic love, and who has divine knowledge is a saint....

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Vedic Roots | Classical Division – (Conclusion)

Vedic Roots | Classical Division | Mathomathis would like to present an article on Root By Kadambi Srinivasan | Published by | Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams | Tirupati 2019. The following article would focus on Vedic Roots – A Classical Division. Before proceeding with the following article, read the previous article Kalpa is the method of...

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Leaf Falling - Mathomathis

Sanskrit and Artificial Intelligence | Equivalence

Year 1985 – The AI Magazine – Equivalence Mathomathis would like to present an article on: Sanskrit and Artificial Intelligence by Rick Brigs | RIACS, NASA Ames Research Centeu, Moffet Field, California 94305. The following article is a continuation from the previous article: Sanskrit and Artificial Intelligence | 101 A comparison of the theories discussed...

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Super Brain Yoga

Mathomathis would like to present an article on Super Brain Yoga By Dr. Ramesh MDS. As Master Choa Kok Sui says,~the Body is a living battery that requires constant recharging. This is done through different means, especially through the transference of Life Energy. One of the simplified techniques is MCKS Superbrain Yoga which energizes and...

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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...

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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,...

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