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Ancient Science: What is action?

According to modern understanding, action is a basically the act of doing something to achieve an aim. In physics, an action is a type of motion to achieve something. Strangely, when we look at any of the ancient Sanskrit literation that describe the formation of reality, individuals in reality or the workings of reality, we… Read More

“Internally” observed and “Externally” observed

Many questions arise when we talk about “observables”. First and foremost “what is an observable?” which inherently begs to ask “What can I really observe?” But, even more inherent question in all of this is that which we automatically assume. “What is the observer?” For example when we talk about an “observer” in quantum physics… Read More

Ancient Science: Real-time vs Offline Analysis

It is strange that the more I get into understanding how all this around me works, the more I get into data analytics and AI concepts. This is another of those topics that reads much like a data analytics topic, but is very much related to the formation of reality as explained in the various… Read More

Ancient Science: What is “work Done” or KAra?

In physics, work is that which either object from one location to another and hence is expressed as a product of force and displacement or that which translates energy from one form to another. The point to note here is that the definition of “energy itself” is very vague or has no definition independent of… Read More

Ancient Science: Revisiting vijnana or coherence

I had done the translation of some verses of Vijnana Bhairava long back and it seems a long long time back. While the translation paved the way to understanding other concepts, now that I have understood some of the in-depth concepts, it is time to revisit and rethink vijnanam with the new information. I believe… Read More

Ancient Science: What is distance and direction

As I have indicated in many of my previous blogs and books, we sense raw data, but experience derived data. Distance and direction are derivatives that are known only in the analytical fifth dimension which is caused because of storage and analysis. This derivatives then leads us to the formation of the derivatives of space… Read More

Ancient Science: Indeterminate and Determinate

As I have indicated in my previous blog, the “Brahman” is considered to be the “indeterminate truth” rather than an existence of all possibilities. The main difference being a “indeterminate truth” is a “continuous expanse of indeterminate” rather than a set of “discrete determinate” that come together to form an indeterminate. In fact in Sanskrit,… Read More

Astrology: What is Mina rAshi?

Like many other terminologies, “rAshi” is also completely misunderstood in modern astrology. It typically is used to indicate one of the 12 (zodiac?) segments and hence starts the concept of janma rAshi or the sign under which you are born etc. So, minA rAshi is commonly translated as the pisces zodiac sign. I do not… Read More

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