Hinduism and Quantum Physics: Experiential vs Mathematical view of the Conscious Reality

The official photograph from the 1927 Solvay Conference in Belgium. The greatest collection of brilliant minds ever assembled up to then, and up to present. (Courtesy Flickr/Ted Buracas

When I listen to the debate in the West on Evolution vs Creationism, I am often amused.  Both the ways, heated camps in their own right are either incorrect or incomplete.  For, such a debate is not even possible - nor warranted - in the Eastern Spiritual circles - fashioned as they are by the Dharmic (or Hindu) Spiritual viewpoint.It is true that material world has improved and progressed over the millenia to a point where human beings have reached the peak of existence as it is today.  No m … [Read more...]

Water is NOT a Human Right (and other Outrageous nonsense) from Nestlé Chairman

There are a lot of nuts in the world out there, but this guy certainly takes the cake! He is Nestlé Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, who while interviewing for a documentary called  We Feed the World says "water isn’t a human right". (Hat tip: Puneet K.)Doesn't stop there... goes on further to become even more outrageous! He attacks the idea that nature is good, and says it is a great achievement that humans are now able to resist nature’s dominance. He attacks organic agriculture and says gene … [Read more...]

In The Present Is The Whole Of Time

Washington D.C. 1st Public Talk 20th April 1985:'In The Present Is The Whole Of Time'This is not a lecture on any particular subject according to certain disciplines, scientific or philosophical. Lectures are meant to inform on a particular subject or instruct, but we are not going to do that. So this is not a lecture, nor is it a form of entertainment. In this country especially, one is greatly accustomed to being entertained, amused. Rather in these talks, this afternoon and tomorrow … [Read more...]

Responsibility leads to Freedom

"Freedom is not a concept, freedom will happen to you only when your compulsiveness is gone." Question to Sadhguru: Could you tell us all how we could help young people to understand what you're talking about?Sadhguru: See when we say youth, youth means humanity in the making, not yet totally conceited not yet totally lost, still in the making so it's a great possibility. The kind of situations we have created in societies today, particularly in the Western societies and rapidly it is … [Read more...]

Relationships are divisions between Individuals

The following talk was given on April 24, 1971, New York and has been taken from "Awakening of Intelligence" by J. Krishnamurti. I would like to talk about relationship, about what love is, about human existence in which is involved our daily living, the problems one has, the conflicts, the pleasures and the fears, and that most extraordinary thing one calls death.I think one has to understand, not as a theory, not as a speculative, entertaining concept, but rather as an actual fact - … [Read more...]

What Osho said about J. Krishnamurti and his work on his death

When Jiddu Krishnamurti died, Osho expressed his thoughts on him as a being and his work.  Its relevance, its longevity and its usefulness.  It is worth reading.  The discussion has been called "Death of the mystic, J. Krishnamurti" J. Krishnamurti died last Monday, In Ojai, California. In the past you have spoken of him as another enlightened being. Would you please comment on his death?The death of an enlightened being like J. Krishnamurti is nothing to be sad about, it is so … [Read more...]

The Future of Humanity: a dialog between J. Krishnamurti and David Bohm

Here is an amazing discussion between Jiddu Krishnamurti, arguably one of the Greatest philosophers of the 20th century and David Bohm, the Nobel Laureate in Physics.  The dialog is on "Future of Humanity".   Related articles from External SourcesFrom an interview with David Bohm What can we do in this world? (J. Krishnamurti) Observing from a Quiet Mind - Krishnamurti Living Wholeness: J. Krishnamurti David Bohm, Compassion and Understanding Changes of Mind (1/3): a … [Read more...]

Gobbledygook Analysts, Reverse Hatred and Targeting Culture will not solve India’s Rape problem!

Sanjay Srivastava is professor of Sociology at the Institute of Economic Growth in New Delhi.  In his article in The Hindu, he suggests that somehow Swami Vivekananda's photograph and his pose with folded hands somehow is responsible for installing "masculinity" in the country in the name of Nationalism. (Taking the aggression out of masculinity)Well, if I take that utterly ridiculous gobbledygook as some "creative psychological truth", then Nanak's upturned hand trying to bless everyone does t … [Read more...]


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