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    Re: Should I totally give up on our Hindu religion ?

    Namaste satay

    Oh I have no idea of his bias; it all seems to lose sense when you put it into boxes with labels on; to me any how. A good singers affiliation and package does little to sway my...
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    Re: Should I totally give up on our Hindu religion ?

    Namaste jaypee,



    If you wish to contact members privately, simply click upon their profile name from which a drop down menu will unfold; There you will find the private message option amongst...
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    Re: Should I totally give up on our Hindu religion ?

    Namaste Sahasranama,



    Simply divine; thank you for posting.
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    Re: Should I totally give up on our Hindu religion ?

    Namaste laypee,

    Non attachments to the fruits of our deeds is critical in surviving kāliyug; even if we have but one ounce of goodness; for in this age it is the most depraved who succeed.
    ...
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    Re: Is Mind the Converter of Consciousness to Energy ?

    Namaste devotee ji,

    I must apologise if my offering is difficult for you to follow. Perhaps this is how certain ideas are currently being expressed in an occidental tong and to scientific minds,...
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    Re: Is Mind the Converter of Consciousness to Energy ?

    Namaste devotee Ji,

    How fascinating to hear of Gaudapad in such a conversation, such a beautiful tradition and heritage that is quite simply a delight to discover; Just reading now on the subject...
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    Re: Is Mind the Converter of Consciousness to Energy ?

    Namaste devotee ji,

    Thank you for this insight; a cue for me to revisit this wonderful upaniṣad with a new perspective. I can not help but wonder; how can this state exist. Without an observer...
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    Re: Is Mind the Converter of Consciousness to Energy ?

    Exactly; this is why we have such a hard job seeing reality.

    Tell me how it look out side the king requests ...
    What is going on in the real world, what do people think, what do you think is best...
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    Re: Is Mind the Converter of Consciousness to Energy ?

    Oh I don't think so, that was a bit of a geeks joke refering to 42, you might not understand if you are from India; as it was reference to an English book which approaches the similar question in a...
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    Re: Is Mind the Converter of Consciousness to Energy ?

    If I might beg to differ, but only very slightly; the mind never stills totally but becomes aware of waves produced externally, not internally; and there is a big difference. Ripples upon the same...
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    Re: Is Mind the Converter of Consciousness to Energy ?

    Namaste Devotee Ji, Kallol Ji,

    I lovely concordance this morning as I am currently reading the Śrīmad Bhāgavatam; this morning I read canto 3.6 on the status quo; I thouht straight away of this...
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    Re: Is Mind the Converter of Consciousness to Energy ?

    Namaste kallol,

    What a wonderful thought to have and question to pose.

    To my mind this is the essence of vāyu tattva and of its concordant sound, in vibration this oscillation is the signal of...
  13. Thread: What is Sanskrit?

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    Re: What is Sanskrit?

    Namaste KT Ji,

    A heritage so rich is had to imagine without a tear or two welling in the eyes;
    so far removed from the red brick and grey slate roofs of neatly ordered boxed
    houses standing like...
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    Re: What is Sanskrit?

    Namaste kT ji,

    This is quite fascinating KT and I must thank you for highlighting, An
    interesting view indeed that context be portrayed this way, A mental framework
    into which I see a very lucid...
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste dA,

    That is interesting, I can't help but wonder just how that effects the way that
    you think. To return to the subject of r with a dot; To my ears it is breathed
    into the letter as it...
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste deafAncient,

    I think that good teachers are very hard to find no matter the condition of our
    physical hearing; naturally then the same is true for good teachers, they
    find it very hard...
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    Re: What is Sanskrit?

    Namaste KT Ji,

    To my mind; it is a curios thing that you relate advaita with Kashmir śavism;
    are they not fundamentally different, in that advaita only leads towards the
    realisation of Kashmir...
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste devotee,

    Thank you for your thoughts and encouragement; I am certainly never going to be
    bored with such a task ahead; So much wisdom is found within the wonderful
    texts that are your...
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    Re: What is Sanskrit?

    Namaste KT ji,

    It could be said that a Humanity who is struggling to keep a hold of its own
    biological intelligence, might well loose this battle with its self were it that
    AI be achieved; The...
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    Re: Bhagavad Gita learning tool

    Namaste,

    How wonderful; Thank you for posting.
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste devotee,

    I can see that I have a great deal to learn; I have taken to using a new text
    editor for all of my computer musings, thus the different page formatting; as
    such I have a...
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste deafAncient,

    Please forgive me; I was being a little facetious, I certainly meant no offence.
    I mention musical instruments, because learning to listen is a major part of
    being aware...
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    Re: What is Sanskrit?

    Why else would śiva destroy, if not for knowledge; Perhaps it is the way in which Sanskrit is rendered that needs attention?
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste,

    In the Hindi script "namaskār" is written as follows:

    Oh dear I can't copy and paste from an "Adobe" document; that is essentially why I now run Linux and not windows, to believe that...
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    Re: 'r'

    Dear devotee,

    Reading through the pdf that you have recommended to me it would seem that I can now hear the vowels pronounced in my mind, so there must have been some subconscious development, a...
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste deafAncient,

    Perhaps you could consider taking up a musical instrument? This young lady taught the pundits a thing or two.

    http://www.ted.com/talks/evelyn_glennie_shows_how_to_listen
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste devotee,

    Thank you so much, I certainly have an idea forming now as to how the syntax is working; this website looks great and though the site is wonderful, in truth I seem to find it...
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste,

    Just a thought and a question if I may: In reading the word "Gururbrahmaa" I hear in my head the chant of my Jyotisha Guru reciting the 2nd stanza of the Guru Vandanā quite clearly; how...
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    Re: What is Sanskrit?

    Namaste KT,

    In response to other aspects of your initial post; it is my belief that the fields of neuro epigenetics and endoctrinology will lay bare the proof to rakshassa that they are rakshassa;...
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste devotee,

    It certainly is a beautiful script, Interesting to read of candrabindu; Just yesterday I have learned that the correct spelling of chandra is actually candra. Although tables are...
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste,

    Quick to return, if I might ask you kind folk another question; is the 'r' depicted in devanāgarī script as the hook above the top bar; I apologise if either the bar or hook have a formal...
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste devotee,

    Thank you so very much for you considerate response; you have helped me greatly in my understanding; Exactly that which I was looking for.
    Much to learn; though I think this is a...
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    Re: 'r'

    Namaste,

    devotee, smaranam; yes you are quite right it is conjoined another word, please excuse my ignorance of the structure of Sanskrit. I see now that the ā is is present only when connected to...
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    'r'

    Namaste,

    Being a bit of a non linear learner, I like to try to understand things as they arise in questions posed by my circumstance; I find that I remember these points so much more easily than...
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    Re: What is Sanskrit?

    Namaste,

    What a thought provoking read; interesting indeed as I am becoming more aware of Sanskrit and studying a little computer programming at the same time. One thought jumps to my mind at your...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste,

    If one no longer need to see God in a personified form, perhaps then it becomes easer to accept a more meaningful form of proof. For example; a mathematical prof that something is not...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste Em,

    Quite; it would seem that Vrindavan is timid in conversational matters, having started a great thread.
    Having grown up in a family with very strong scientific roots, devout atheists;...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste Md,

    Very nice post, thank you for that you have put a smile upon my face and warmed my heart a few degrees; which is much needed as it is rather cold were I am at the moment.

    If I might...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Dear saswathy,

    You highlight the importance of firm understanding or grounding in vedāṅga, education; so as not to become to easily led.
    These are the first axioms required upon ones path, the...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste Anirudh,

    Partial knowledge is not so much dangerous as it is ensnaring, yet that is the very fiber by which the threads of time grow; which paradoxical is also a function that preserves...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste,

    A few musings upon the subjects at hand ...

    Circular arguments are, to my mind, a proof of the lack of experience and of emotional vision, the sap by which the spiritual tree lives....
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste,




    I shall have to admit to being a little bemused as to why you chose to speak of linguistic conspiracy, clairvoyance or telepathy. I have not made mention any of these concepts and...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste,



    Linguistics, or words, are quite likely "stored" and are developed in the nuroepigenome, as such so is the word "God". This is a common notion in Vedic tradition as sounds are seen to...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste,



    Perhaps out side of your perception, but not that of others. We non of us see or hear in the same way, nor with the same light.
    We are all different, some of us are able to detect...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste,



    sanātana dharma.

    Please do come back and discuss when you are versed in this pretext, we might then be able to converse reasonably upon this subject.
    If it sounds like babble;...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste maxpsycho,

    What is the difference between a delusion and an alteration in ones neuro epigenetic landscape? More to the point, if any perceived change in your own genetic make-up is...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste,



    Age is a curious notion, I worked for a long while as a portrait photographer working mostly with children; it is very clear from a very young age, the enormous expanse between the...
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    Re: Prove God exists, how?

    Namaste Vrindavan,



    You could perhaps recommend to your Son, that God is a conjecture and not a Proof.
    The "evidence" or Proof of which, is perceived when following the advise and framework...
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    Re: GMO's and the Meat Industry

    Dear Md,

    Oh you don't sound religious; I like to call it social entropy so as to sound scientific; amounting to the same thing.
    I don't separate science from Vedic culture and perceive the risi...
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    Re: GMO's and the Meat Industry

    Namaste Md,

    You highlight a critical point, in the future of life on Earth ...
    Here are my thoughts upon the subject.

    I would call for a vote of incompetence and a need for greater regulation...
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