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Decisions Are They Rational Emotional

In lifestyle on September 9, 2014 at 18:05

With so much talk about Decision Making and specialists (?) who advise and conduct seminars , I though about this a bit.

 

 

An infant looks to its Mother for any support.

 

Infants just follow you right from stepping aside to walking, eating.

 

It decides to follow some of your mannerism(those with whom it spends most of its time).

 

Till some time.

 

One falls in Love.

 

And one does not like somebody.

 

One likes some things in Life, be it food or dress.

 

We take decisions , in these cases without knowing the reasons.

 

Most of the time in Life we react, are not proactive.

 

We become proactive when we are not personally involved.

 

When there are multiple choices available for a problem, most of the time, we are aware of only some alternatives, not all of them.

 

That is why the persons who speak about decision-making state carefully  one should take decisions with the available data.

 

The fact that the choice themselves are limited ensures that the decisions you  take are not totally free.

 

Please read my post ‘Choice’

 

There is this aspect of gut instinct.

 

Decision based on this normally does not disappoint you.

 

How and Why?

 

I have noticed decision-making in personal lives.

 

You like to buy a car, love a girl or Boy,want to go abroad.

 

 

In the last one,here is some deliberation.

 

In all others, you have already decided to your course of action.

 

But you want to justify it , to others as much as to yourself.

 

Reasoning, to me seems to be, an explanation not the Cause.

 

Lord Krishna explains this Gunathraya Vibhagayoga in Bhagavad Gita Chapter 14.

 

On hind sight I wish I could have taken them.

The cost?

I do not know.

But what forced me to choose one in place of another, may be circumstances, but still?

I had chosen what I thought I liked.

In retrospect, I find it could have been otherwise.

May be after couple of years  or even a days later I might find my present choice mentioned here are incorrect!”

http://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2013/07/10/choices-and-life/

 

Language Of Gods Maths And Hinduism

In Hinduism on August 27, 2014 at 18:41

I have read an interesting academic paper on Mathematics involving Higher Mathematics of Numbers and was struck by its findings and the Truths expressed in hinduism Five Thousand years ago intuitively.

 

 

First let me state something about relevant numerical in Indian thought.

 

Ekam-1  Brahman

Dwi-2. Purusha and Prakriti

Thrini-3.Sattva, Rajas,Tamas; Brahma, Vishnu, Rudra.

Shasti-6.Six sense organs, indian Philosophy classifies Mind as an Organ like mouth, eyes ..

Nava-9.Navarasas, Nine expressions of the Living.Navagrahas,Navamsa,Navaveeras( of Shiva, along with Subrahmanya)

 

Here one finds from the subtle Brahman , gradually becoming gross through the others till it reaches the level of the expressions of Humans.

 

Now to Mathematics of Numbers.

Fibinocci Numbers.png.

A simple number pattern, known as the Fibonacci Series, sits at the heart of the marvelous architecture and patterns of life and growth. Image source.http://blog.world-mysteries.com/science/the-language-of-god/

 

Marko Rodin and God’s Particle

Marko Rodin has indeed discovered natures secret about 3,6, and 9.
“We have to cast out all 9′s.” What does that mean? It means that any number that isabove the value 9 or one place value is going to be added together to get a single digit.
So this means if we have a number 26, we add 2+6 to get 8, which is its “archetype”. If we do this for all numbers while doubling and halving, we get a pattern.
This. The secret to the Universe is DOUBLING and HALVING.

Let’s double the number 1 and found out what pattern we get.

1  1
2  2
4  4
8  8
16  7 (1+6=7)
32  5 (3+2=5)

64  1 (6+4=10, 1+0=1)
128  2 (1+2+8=11, 1+1=2)
256  4 (2+5+6=13, 1+3=4)
512  8 (5+1+2=8)
1024  7 (1+0+2+4=7)
2048  5 (2+0=4+8=14, 1+4=5)

Actually, every 6 sets repeats into infinity in this way.
You can also do the same by halving, or dividing the 1 into many parts.
Anyway.. there is more, like how 3, 6, and 9 are never present amongst other numbers in the double scheme.

3
6
12 (1+2=3)
24 (2+4=6)
48 (4+8=12, 1+2=3)
96 (9+6=15, 1+5=6)

3 and 6′s are constantly oscillating back and forth between each other in the doubling and halving scheme.

Now let’s double 9.
9
18 (1+8=9)
27 (2+7=9)
36 (3+6=9)
45 (4+5=9)
54 etc. starts over backwards here.
63
72
81
90
99

So 9 is the unchanging, unwavering number that never really loses its true identity, even though it is undergoing a constant state changing.
Watch Marko Rodins videos on YouTube and just try to understand what he’s saying. Basically he’s found the math to the real “God Particle” or particle of Spirit, known as Brahman in the Vedas, and he has shown how it can be observed, but not with physical instruments.

 

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he Fibonacci series has a pattern that repeats every 24 numbers

Numeric reduction is a technique used in analysis of numbers in which all the digits of a number are added together until only one digit remains.  As an example, the numeric reduction of 256 is 4 because 2+5+6=13 and 1+3=4.  Applying numeric reduction to the Fibonacci series produces an infinite series of 24 repeating digits:

1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 4, 3, 7, 1, 8, 9, 8, 8, 7, 6, 4, 1, 5, 6, 2, 8, 1, 9

If you take the first 12 digits and add them to the second twelve digits and apply numeric reduction to the result, you find that they all have a value of 9.

1st 12 numbers:                                              1    1    2    3    5    8    4    3    7    1    8    9
2nd 12 numbers:                                             8    8    7    6    4    1    5    6    2    8    1    9
Numeric reduction – Add rows 1 and 2:             9    9    9    9    9    9    9    9    9    9    9   18
Final numeric reduction – Add digits of result:    9    9    9    9    9    9    9    9    9    9    9    9

This pattern was contributed both by Joseph Turbeville and then again by a mathematician by the name of Jain.

 

 

Citation.
http://blog.world-mysteries.com/science/the-language-of-god/

Complex Thoughts Simple Explanation Shankaracharya

In Hinduism on May 27, 2014 at 21:15

Thoughts in Indian Philosophy and questions raised are very complex.

 

It delves deep into the subject , not just skims over.

 

 

It calls for abstract thinking of the highest order.

 

However, the Upanishads and Commentator of the of the Upanishads(among other things), Shankaracharya travel that extra mile to make it simple

 

for every one to understand.

 

On Reality.

 

One of the most difficult concepts to follow is the concept of Brahman the ultimate Reality.

 

It is described as without qualities ,Attributes.

 

How does one describe something,which has Nothing to describe?

 

The Upanishads follow the ‘Neti Nyaya‘- Not this, not This.

 

The reality , Brahman  is described as,

 

Neither small, nor Big,

 

Neither short, nor Long,

 

Neither male nor Female,

 

…… this goes on.

 

Now if this seems to be tough, try this one.

 

The Individual Soul, Jiva appears to be different from the  One, due to ignorance, but once Ignorance is removed, it becomes one with the Brahman.

 

 

How is this explained by analogy by the Upanishads, and by Shankaracharya.

 

Upanishads.

 

Take a Pot.

 

What is inside?

 

Air.

 

What is outside the Pot?

 

Air.

 

Now break the Pot.

 

Where is the Air inside the Pot and where is the Air that was out side?

 

The outside air is Brahman , the inside air is Jiva, individual Soul.

 

On The Illusory Nature of the world-Shankaracharya.

 

You are traveling  during twilight in a single track in a Forest.

 

You find a rope. .

 

In the twilight, you assume it is a Snake and you are scared.

 

You shine a Light on it only to find it is Rope ,not a Snake.

 

Now which is true?

 

The Rope?

 

The Snake?

 

Shankaracharya explains.

 

Though the perception of Rope as a Snake is false, it was true till you switched on the Light.

 

You were scared.

 

So, At that point of Time, it  was/is true.

 

Once it was seen in the Light, it is found to be false.

 

Now The Rope is found to be true.

 

Where was it when you saw the Rope.

 

So,

 

The world is real as you experience it, till your ignorance leaves you .

 

The Brahman , Reality dawns when you are without Ignorance.

 

So the Reality and the world of names and forms are both Real at the same time.

 

Yet the Brahman, Reality, Brahman is more Real as the air out side the Pot.

 

So the world is Illusory , yet one has to live through it .

 

 

That’s Shankaracharya!

 

 

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Rig Veda Theorem Unleashes Energy From Space

In Astrophysics, Hinduism on May 9, 2014 at 17:33

I have posed an article how the first two lines of the Purusha is used to Generate Electricity.

Agni Image.jpg

Agni, God of Fire

 

Let me go further,

 

In the experiment carried out basing The Purusha Sukta as the reference point the Electricity created was approximately 150% of the Input:

 

 

The Power Input was 126 Watts, Output  303 Watts.

 

That it means that you still need some Input.

 

What if we can produce without any Input?

 

I thought of this, when in a recent function where I was a Guest Speaker, a Researcher said that, Brahma is a shrewd businessman, he produces

 

every thing out of Zero and is efficiently running it at No Cost!’

 

Valid point for those who read Indian Philosophy.

 

I was sure that Vedas have an answer to this and I have been able to locate a reference and am sharing it with you.

 

Unlike Science, Hinduism does not say anything quite openly.

 

It locks them safely behind Vedic Passwords it would seem to prevent misuse.

 

There is an interesting School of Thought which states that the Asuras are equally, if not Superior to understanding the Vedas than the Devas.

 

Sukracharya is a prime example.

 

He was the only Man to have known the Sanjeevini Mantra, which could revive a Dead Man.

 

Let me not digress,

 

Modern Science, with the best of intentions explains you the procedure adopted in arriving at a Scientific Truth, elements , parts involved and gives

you the result.

 

Hinduism gives you just the results and keeps mum on the procedure etc, leaving this to the deserving if they practice the Qualifying tests to unlock

these secrets.

 

For the uninitiated the statements of the Vedas might seem mundane.

 

But if you have a background in the subject  you are interested in and search the Vedas you get the answer.

 

Such being the case, it is difficult to understand the Vedas, unless you are mentally and ethically qualified, where as in the case of Science being

qualified intellectually would do.

 

The Rig Veda, the oldest literature known to Man begins with the Invocation to Agni, God of Fire.

 

<img style=

” class /> Agnimele Purohitam, Rig Veda First sloka

 

This sloka addressed to Agni means, literally,

 

अग्निमीळे पुरोहितं यज्ञस्य देवं रत्वीजम |
होतारं रत्नधातमम || Rig Veda 1.001.01

aghnimīḷe purohitaṃ yajñasya devaṃ ṛtvījam |
hotāraṃ ratnadhātamam || Rig Veda 1.001.01

* Translation by Griffith in 1896
I Laud Agni, the chosen Priest, God, minister of sacrifice,
The hotar, lavishest of wealth.

* Translation by Sa_yan.a and Wilson
1.001.01 I glorify Agni, the high priest of the sacrifice, the divine, the ministrant, who presents the oblation (to the gods), and is the possessor of great wealth. [Agni = purohita, the priest who superintends family rites; or, he is one of the sacred fires in which oblations are first (pura) offered (hita); deva: a god, the bright, shining, radiant; fr. div, to shine; or, one who abides in the sky or heaven (dyusha_na); or, liberal, donor (in the sense of giving); r.tvij = a ministering priest, he is also the hota_ (Aitareya Bra_hman.a 3.14), the priest who presents the oblation or who invokes or summons the deities to the ceremony; fr. hu, to sacrifice; or, fr. hve, to call; ratnadha_tama: lit. holder of jewels; ratna = wealth in general; figurately, reward of religious rites]‘

 Other translations of the Mantra at the close of this Post.

When interpreted by one who knows Physics and Sanskrit the meaning takes a different hue.

“The sloka is a formula . Expansion of a volume involves an increase in the surface area and the
radius is the controlling parameter in a spherical volume which is the predominant shape in a
fundamental matter field. Triggering involves a time aspect that is of a relatively short duration.
Putting these ideas into a mathematical framework we get a formulation giving a numerical result
which is presented in the sloka as a numerical code using the letters of the sanskrit language as
numerical symbols, shown below.
The most astounding part, the answer gives the cubic volume occupied by an expanding sphere of
light or electromagnetic wave in cubic yards per second.
“3 5 5 3 1 2 8 6 1 8 5 1 3 4 5 6 4 8 8 6 2 2 6 9 6 5″
“AG NI MI LE- PU RO HI TH’M – YA JNA AS YA – DE VA MRI TH VA JAM,- HO THA
RAM – RA THNA DHA THA M’M. ” AG NI MI LE PU RO HI TH’M YA JNA AS YA DE VA MRI TH VA JAM, HO THA RAM RA THNA DHA
THA M’M. ” [ sloka ]

[number value]

3 5 5 3 1 2 8 6 1 8 5 1 8 4 5 6 4 8 8 6 2 2 6 9 6 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

[ digit number]
The sloka has 6 words and 26 syllables, each with a defined numerical value. The number is accurate
to 25 decimal
Digits. As shown below it forms the expanding rate of a relative cubic volume of space, when it is
triggered into
Expansion by a specific theoretical process. It is cubic yards. Taking only the first 15 digits and
converting it into
Metres / cycle gives as the radial value :: (3.5531286185184564E+25)1/3 x .9144 = 3.00612148 x
108
m/cps
The number of daily cycles in a year at that time was 365.7388. Therefore the additional
Incremental volume in a year was 1/ 365.7388. Using the velocity of light as 299792458
(as measured today) the additional time cycles in terms of light speed is
299792458/ 365.7388 = 8.1969 x 105
Therefore the Vedic value of the number of cycles of unit wavelength is
3.00612148 x 108
– 8.1969 x 105
= 299792458
The value of light speed then is exactly as measured today.
Next the derived value of light speed as number of cycles of unit wavelength
using the principle of simultaneity (which is self-similar and scale invariant
In confined spaces) gives :
Y = 2 / ((1+22
)
1/2 – 2)/2 = 8.4721 and 108.4721 = 296575967
Taking the log (10) ratio of difference between measured and derived value as
Log[299792458 / 296575967] =4.6847 x 10-3
The ratio of the Solar Radius to the Earths orbital radius is
6.986 x 108
/ 1.4912 x 1011 = 4.6847 x 10-3
This is identical to the Vedic calculation. The Vedic concept
of the Field of space was different from current views in physics.
The field in space YIELDS FREE ENERGY WHEN IT’S SYNCHRONISED
AND COHERENT STATE IS UPSET SUDDENLY BY A TRIGGERING FORCE.

Let us try to understand this.

Assign number to the Text.

 

Check the sloka for words and Syllables.

 

Check the period in which the Rig Veda was written and find out Daily Cycles.

 

Use the unit wave length.

 

Use The value of light speed then, it was as it is measured today.
Use  the derived value of light speed as number of cycles of unit wavelength using the principle of simultaneity (which is self-similar and scale invariant.

 

Taking the log (10) ratio of difference between measured and derived value.

 

Well, some one would ask,

 

What if I want to produce this energy?

 

What is in the Universe is is in You.

 

In fact You are the Universe.

 

You need not go out and unlock it from out side.

 

You can do it from Within.

 

What it needs the Scriptural Password that can be obtained by following the procedure laid down by The Vedas.

 

Source:

 

Sankhyakarika.

 

 

Purusha Sukta generates Electricity.

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Types Of Energy Purusha Suktam 3

In Hinduism, Indian Philosophy on January 24, 2014 at 09:09

Etha vaanasya Mahima Athojyaayam Gachcha Poorushah I

Paathosya Viswa Boothanni Thripaathasyamrutham Dhivi II

Ethavvan-Whatever is seen

Asya-Reality’s,

Mahima-Expressions,

Purusha-The Reality,

Jyayaan-Special

Boothaani Viswa-whatever in the Universe

Asya-Its,His,

Paathah-quarter,

Asya, His/Its,

Thribaath-three fourths,

Amrutham-Eternal,

Divi-not of here,in Heavens.

Whatever is seen here is His Expressions .

Purusha is Greater than all this.

Whatever is expressed (here) is only a quarter of His (attributes)

Rest is not expressed,in Heavens.

After the next stanza the actual Evolution of the Universe will be described in a highly allegorical Language.

The Reality, according to Hinduism is a Principle.

More specifically Energy.

Two primordial energies are listed.

One is Potential Energy called Prakriti, loosely described as Nature in English.

Another is Purusha the Kinetic Energy.

These two energies are the two facets of One energy, as Science would tell us.

Energy is One.

We name them as different to enable us to understand its workings.

The energy that has the potential to perform is Potential Energy.

That which Performs or induces Performance is Kinetic Energy or Energy in Action or on the Move.

This is Purusha of Hinduism.

Motion is not visible with out both working in tandem.

From the One basic Reality, Its attributes,Purusha and Parkriti become Universe.

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