Menu

vishista-ADVAITA vedanta

SCIENCE, RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY

What are the interrelationships between science, religion and philosophy: the author explores.

 

Shantanu Panigrahi shared a memory.

Just now  ·

Shared with Your friends

But science and religion are never exhausted so long as one lives on, for there is always scope to learn the fullest extent of the combination of science and religion and arrive at a conception of Reality that works to ensure peace of mind and progress in all one's material endeavours. Slow and steady wins the race to find the truth and arrive at a religion that incorporates the best science known to man and conceptualise the remainder into a raison d'detre for living. Through the process of neti neti, one discards hitheto truths and religious thoughts to march on relentlessly towads the goal for total knowledge and the usage of that knowledge in ones moment by moment existence. So for me on the 19 of March 2020 today all philosophies born of ignorance have been supplanted by the religion of Vishista-advaita Vedanta in  a non-duality that accepts the existence of God as Creator of Brahman, the universe, the Self that is approached by unattachment to all ego-based understandings to be at one with the truth. The truth is that God resident in our psyche as Om leaves us to our own devices and Creation has everything necessary for human beings to live out their lives productively and constructively so that one has meaning to one's life. Without religion the ship cannot sail forwards  and in its finest conception there is a new horizon to travel  towards each moment of time, nonchalantaly, spontaneously and unpremeditatedly, without fear for all ignorance has disappeared from the mind.

Philosophy is for the ignorant, who have not spent time and effort studying the Nature that we are part of and the means of understanding that Nature is a process known to me as satya-advaita yoga, or the yoga of truth-accommodation. It is a process of living, and it goes one as part of Vishista-advaita Vedanta so long as one lives.

Truth accommodation is a higly self-protective way of living one's life for the reason that when the full truth is realised in Vishista advaita Vedanta, one is the Self, the Brahman which is the Self-preserving universe. The Om or God is at this point redundant consigned to the dormancy of the psyche, and this God as Creator is redundant.

2 years ago

See your memories

When one has exhausted science and religion and found that these have no solutions to human suffering, one turns to the philosophy.

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

20 March 2022 Update:

Shantanu Panigrahi

1h  ·

Shared with Your friends

Ananda comes from peace within (obeying God) and peace outside of harmonising with all humanity and also all other living beings: Om Shanti.

Shantanu Panigrahi

11m  ·

Shared with Your friends

Surrender your mind unto the Lotus Feet of God and find out the meaning of life, of how to attain ananda (bliss).

0 comments

Shantanu Panigrahi

17m  ·

Shared with Your friends

Soul is the essence of what a person is in terms of his/her character and outlook which is wholly under the control of the mind.

0 comments

Shantanu Panigrahi

26m  ·

Shared with Your friends

Spiritual gains means those acts of empathy, kindness, toleration, patience and caring for others be it human, animal or plant life which are all soul-edifying.

0 comments

Shantanu Panigrahi

48m  ·

Shared with Your friends

The way to harmonise is to become a renunciate through unattachment to all considerations of material gains so living purely to spiritual gains.

0 comments

__________________________________________________________________________________

14.32 am (UK-Time) 20 March 2022

I have become Swami Shantanda a Swami being a senior member of a religious order —used as a title, My Order is Vishista-advaita Vedanta, my Lord is Sri Krishna.

 

Go Back

Comment

Blog Search

Comments

There are currently no blog comments.