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Kaivalya Gita Voloume II

Vijai S. Shankar (Author)
Synopsis Prehistoric man had a mind, but it was non-functional. When the first 'Label' appeared within the mind of pre-historic man, it became functional. The quantity of labels in the mind increased as life sophisticated itself. Slowly, steadily and surely labels were increasing within the mind of evolving man, and this increase was reflected as the 'Known' or knowledge. The growth in knowledge and its meaning consequentially produced 'Ideas' and when these ideas began to be related to each other in a meaningful way, they gave birth to rudimentary 'Logic.' As man evolved, logic kick-started the 'Thinking' process within the mind of man for the first time. When logic became critical and sharp, the thinking process was understood to be 'False' by a few men, who came to be known as ‘Sages’. When they understood that the mind was false, they declared that man is 'Dreaming' in the waking state. Dreaming was found to be nothing but 'Madness', but in a nice way. The sages declared that the dreaming or madness of the mind is 'Illusory' and not real. Since the labels, the known, ideas, logic, dreaming and madness were illusory, the mind was understood to be 'Absent' by the sages!
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About the author

Vijai S. Shankar

An introduction always necessitates the name, qualifications, and achievements of that person being given, in the case of an author, titles of books published. These are the sine qua non for acceptability. They are the stuff upon which the ego is built and strengthened. His words and writings reveal life that is 'here' and 'now', the life that is enlightened and, above all, is already your own. Life expresses itself through every manifestation in the world, be it animate or inanimate, allowing to each its own illusory identity, which is a reflection of its intelligence. Thus thinking happens to man–his basic attribute; perception happens through senses–as thoughts; and a singular movement, which is a process of transformation of energy, as actions in the form of thoughts. The conviction 'I think', 'I speak', 'I do' escapes no man–albeit illusory and never real. The understanding that life is a reflection of light and sound and not physical in time and space is enlightenment. Books from this author-Kaivalya Gita Vol I, Kaivalya Gita Vol II, The Illusions Of Life-Self Inquiry

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Bibliographic information

Title Kaivalya Gita Voloume II
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Zen Publications
Language: English
isbn 0954529812A
length 250p.