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Title: Science of Consciousness in Ancient India
Authors: Verma, S
Keywords: Consciousness
Kāśmīra Śaivism
Patanjala Yoga
Issue Date: Sep-2015
Publisher: Himachal Pradesh University
Citation: Paramhansa Yogananda International Conference on Science, Spirituality and Education, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India, 25th-27th September 2015
Abstract: Consciousness 1 is the subject about which whatever can be said or explored, will remain fractions of achievement from the point of view of sciences. Today although a lot of researches are going on to understand more & more about Consciousness still Consciousness is as mystical as the nature of electron. Actually the methodology of investigation in science which was focused on the pure empirical method in which the observer was separated from the complete procedure of investigation, now is becoming changed, and it has been accepted to consider the participation and effect of the observer in the investigation because it is “Consciousness”. Nothing can be visualized or understood until the observer to observe is not present. Thus observer 2 has its effect and the only thing which can justify the phenomenon is the original nature of observer which is “Consciousness”. That is the main reason why electron changes its nature according to the experimental setup...
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