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Three Q&As In Quora


Three Q/A from QUORA (on brain, philosophy, QM, NDE, consciousness) 1  How does the brain understand philosophy? M. The brain… understanding philosophy? My reply to this is similar to the one I gave recently to another question and which was … Continue reading

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No-self – Buddhist and advaitist perspectives


Difference between Buddhism and advaita Vedanta concerning the notion of ‘No-self’. Consciousness as reality in advaita is beyond conceptualization. It is a direct and ineluctable experience .
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Creation or no creation – becoming or being


If creation is into time, being is timeless. Does time exist? Or, like space, multiplicity, and causation they are just phenomena, appearances? Continue reading

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What is Vedanta


According to Vedanta, what is “real” is what cannot be negated, that which is always true in all places and at all times, or more accurately that which is the substratum of the entire time-space continuum that defines the apparent … Continue reading

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Interdependent arising


Since like a moon in water, a rainbow, and a movie, It is the mere appearance of interdependent arising, No phenomenon exists through possessing an essence. The extremes of samsara and nirvana, of permanence and extinction are transcended. Nagarguna

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