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The Copernican Revolution of Ontology

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Once we have a more properly aligned understanding of the true nature of the world, a recovery of what has been hidden, we then allow ourselves an opportunity to reformulate our understanding of the human body...

Vedic Cosmogony: Skepticism, Puruṣa and Hiraṇyagarbha

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When one looks at the early creation myths, i.e. mythos, of the Indo-Aryans[2], what we today call Hinduism, one is confronted with the fact that their early mythology was not so clearly codified or synthesized as its sister cultures in Mesopotamia and…

Dharma and Duty

What is duty? What is dharma? What is righteousness? What is unrighteousness? Adharma? And who is to decide? Volumes have been written Ethics and Morality The topic of so many treatises Throughout the ages Plato and Aristotle’s virtue The…

The Great Balancing Act

There is no doubt A balance and equilibrium exists At the grand physical level of the universe As the innumerable galaxies And their suns and planets Came into existence And sustains itself In a vast and endless dance This balance was observed…

Buddhism 101

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Origins of Buddhism Buddhism originated out of the Hindu and Vedic culture just as Christianity emerged out of and in reaction to orthodox Judaism.  The historical figure we know today as Buddha was raised on the northern Indian/Nepal border…