Research of Ancient Philosophy


I have to admit, I have been mistaken about the Vijnana Bhairava. I was thinking that it shows the path to go back into the unmanifested. But, translating these “said paths to the unmanifested” which are the traditional translations, I have realized that I have fallen into the same trap “of assumption without questioning”. But, translating it now, I find I like the Vijnana Bhairava has more information than so many upanishads…. Read More

In the previous blog I had written about the questions asked in the Vijnana Bhairava Tantra. To summarize, the questions asked is “Energy is made entirely of coupled noise existing in three variations, the remaining distributed appropriately, still not retreating back to the potential completely. What elementary property forms of energy is this coupled noise made of? How does a new self variation of the unmanifested become manifested? How does this three point… Read More