|Subject: Science and Spirituality|
|I would generously thank Life Positive for bringing up this brilliant write up by Ms. Nandini Murali named A common quest for truth. It made me realise the amount of hard work and sincerity the writer has rendered towards her child, the article. This is amazing !! I would like to ask Nandini, Madam, how much time you took to pen down your research? Dont know whether I would get a revert from her end though.
The theme of the article, the so-called conflict between Science and Spirituality is an ancient issue. What captured me was the way the writer has produced her thoughts and research as well. As I was going through the article my mind got fixed on the line, In fact, the world as we perceive it is not ‘out there’ but ‘in here’, right inside our amazing neuronal circuitry that is our nervous system!. Was this a mere statement ? A writer has to have serious insights and the basic knowledge on spirituality in order to deliver such inevitable facts.
Dehastha Sarva Vidyascha
Dehastha Sarva Devata
Dehastha Sarva Teerthani
It says that all our knowledge, all the God and the Goddess, all the sites for pilgrimages reside within the Body itself and we need to follow our Sadguru to explore these horizons correctly.
Again, Srimad Bhagavad Gita depicts spirituality as Raj-Vidya which means the Royal Science.
It is a fact that spirituality is inseparable from basic sciences and has to be learned from an able Sadguru, an essential figure towards ones spiritual growth and the One who could make us taste the fine blend of Spirituality and Science.
Thank you once again Life Positive and heartiest congratulations to Ms. Nandini for her magnificent endeavour.
Dr. Kiriti Sengupta
|Posted by: Dr. Kiriti Sengupta on 14 Mar. 2010|
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