Studying Indian Philosophy for two decades.
Writes and speaks on Indian Philosophy.
Graduate from a reputed university.
|Alan||08/21/13||10||10||10||Thank you I'll look for the book|
|James||10/07/07||10||10||10||Thank you. :)|
Dear Sam, The proper term for spiritual monism is non-dualism or Advaita, which posits one reality and the existence of no other entity. So, there is no duality or dvaita, so non-dual or A-dvaita.
Dear Prashant, What is best for one person may not be so for the other. That is the essence of aesthetics that it varies with perception and perceiver. So, your question cannot be answered. To answer
Dear Harry, Nothing can come out of nothing. That is illogical. The universe evolves and involves. If the universe is evolving now, it will in a cyclical manner, involve and this goes on forever. So
Dear Hunter, Since this question is a very much debated one and there are many books and papers on this issue, I will put it simply, even at the risk of reductionism, that 'beauty' in Plato's symposium
Dear Pelly, Namaste. In such a situation I would think of the true nature of my Self which is not the body and the mind and is free from any external disturbances. I will contemplate on the glory