A Muggle’s Bibliothek
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A Muggle’s Bibliothek
© Dr. Ing. Dipl Phys. M. Hüfner 2014
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Brief Explanation of Indian philosophy

Looking   at   the   Hinduism,   it   is   a   philosophy   that   uses   gods   as   symbols   to   get   the ideas   close   to   the   common   people.   God   Brahman   is   for   the   eternal   world   and Atman   for   the   enlightened   individual,   that   is   absorbed   in   Brahman.   Central   to   this philosophy   is   the   Dharma,   the   law   of   ethics   and   morality.   The   cosmic   order   is Sanatana Dharma: The Gods Vishnu and Shiva symbolize this unity of opposites. In Hinduism, there is no   absolute   good   and   evil.   Goethe,   who   had   knowledge   of   Indian   mythology,   had hinted   in   his   Faust   by   the   words   placed   in   the   mouth   of   the   Mephisto   during   his appearance:    „   I   am   a   part   of   that   power,   the   always   wants   the   bad   and   always   creates   the   good, "                                                                         God Brahman ->                                                                                                                      These   gods   are   real   matter   for   the   Hindu.   The   goddesses   Saravati,   Lakshmi   and Parvati   are   assigned   to   the   three   gods   mentioned   as   their   energies.   These   energies can   be   destructive   or   building.   Accordingly,   they   receive   different   names.   Matter   is   in   motion,   which   is   why   the   gods associated   with   a   mount.   For   Brahman   is   the   swan.   For   Vishnu,   it   is   a   mythical   creature   half   man   and   half   bird.   Hence   the angel   has   developed   in   Christianity.   Shiva   rides   a   bull.   The   physicist   of   today   holds   it   all   together   under   the   concept   of conservation   of   mass   and   energy.   Even   Hinduism   summarizes   features   and   personalizes   it   again.   The   three   goddesses,   if   they are    to    express    a    particularly    large    power,    personalizes    to    Shakti.    The    causality    comes    through    the    Karma     expression. Everything   that   is   done   in   this   life,   has   influence   on   the   life   to   come.   One   remains   in   the   hamster   wheel   of   rebirth   ( Samsara ) until   he   purged   the   Moksha,   reached   the   last   four   of   the   goals   in   life. Then   he   is   freed   from   all   suffering. These   goals   in   life   are fixed in Varnashrama Dharma.
This   abstract   model   of   the   world   of   the   Hindu   gods      was      opposed   to   the         projection   canvas   of   the   personal   wishes   to   the Christian   God.   For   this   purpose   everyone      choose   his   own   God   from   the   plurality   of   Gods.   This   is   seen   as   an   avatar   of   the abstract   deities.   This   approach   allows   a   great   tolerance   towards   other   religions.   For   example      Lord   Krishna    is   an   Avatar   of     Vishnu,   who   is   pretty   similar   to   Jesus.   Only   that   he   is   connected   with   cows,   while   Jesus   was   born   in   a   sheepfold.   In   the Bhagavad Gita , Krishna explains to the hero Arjuna the Brahman of the ancient Vedas (Veda means oral knowledge).    Albert   Einstein   commented   on   the   Bhagavad   Gita   as   follows:   " When   I   read   the   Bhagavad   Gita   and   reflect   about   how   God created   this   universe   everythings   seems   so   superflows."      So   is   not   surprising   that   one   finds   the   old   creation   ideas   in   the mainstream cosmology.
From   the   Rigveda   (the   knowledge   of   the   Brahmans),   we   learn   something   about   the   weapon   of   the   gods.   It   was   the Vajra,   which they   hurled   from   heaven   to   earth   in   the   form   of   lightning   and   meteorites.   This   Varja,   forged   from   meteoric   iron,   went   into various   religions   as   a   cult   object.   It   is   found   not   only   by   the   old   Veda   gods   Indra . Agni   and   Vayn,   but   also   in   Buddhism   as   in modified   form   as   a   hammer   of   Thor   in   the   Edda .   In   its   modern   meaning   it   is   the   symbol   of   the   electrical   forces   of   the   universe used from the Thunderbolts Project, which forms a new world immage arising from the plasma state of matter.
The physical world view  between reality and surrealism
last revision:  09/26/2017
 Muggle’s Library
© Dr. Ing. Dipl Phys. M. Hüfner 2014
Kurze
KKurze

Brief Explanation of Indian philosophy

This    abstract    model    of    the    world    of    the    Hindu    gods        was        opposed    to    the          projection   canvas   of   the   personal   wishes   to   the   Christian   God.   For   this   purpose everyone      choose   his   own   God   from   the   plurality   of   Gods.   This   is   seen   as   an avatar   of   the   abstract   deities. This   approach   allows   a   great   tolerance   towards   other religions.   For   example      Lord   Krishna    is   an   Avatar   of      Vishnu,   who   is   pretty similar   to   Jesus.   Only   that   he   is   connected   with   cows,   while   Jesus   was   born   in   a sheepfold.    In    the    Bhagavad    Gita ,    Krishna    explains    to    the    hero    Arjuna    the Brahman of the ancient Vedas (Veda means oral knowledge).    Albert   Einstein   commented   on   the   Bhagavad   Gita   as   follows:   " When   I   read   the Bhagavad    Gita    and    reflect    about    how    God    created    this    universe    everythings seems   so   superflows."      So   is   not   surprising   that   one   finds   the   old   creation   ideas   in the mainstream cosmology.
From   the   Rigveda   (the   knowledge   of   the   Brahmans),   we   learn   something   about   the weapon   of   the   gods.   It   was   the   Vajra,   which   they   hurled   from   heaven   to   earth   in   the form   of   lightning   and   meteorites.   This   Varja,   forged   from   meteoric   iron,   went   into various   religions   as   a   cult   object.   It   is   found   not   only   by   the   old   Veda   gods   Indra . Agni   and   Vayn,   but   also   in   Buddhism   as   in   modified   form   as   a   hammer   of   Thor   in the   Edda .   In   its   modern   meaning   it   is   the   symbol   of   the   electrical   forces   of   the universe   used   from   the   Thunderbolts   Project,   which   forms   a   new   world   immage arising from the plasma state of matter.
Physics  between Reality and Surrealism
Looking     at     the     Hinduism,     it     is     a philosophy   that   uses   gods   as   symbols   to get   the   ideas   close   to   the   common   people. God   Brahman   is   for   the   eternal   world   and Atman   for   the   enlightened   individual,   that is   absorbed   in   Brahman.   Central   to   this philosophy    is    the    Dharma,    the    law    of ethics   and   morality.   The   cosmic   order   is Sanatana Dharma: The    Gods    Vishnu    and    Shiva    symbolize this   unity   of   opposites.   In   Hinduism,   there is   no   absolute   good   and   evil.   Goethe,   who had   knowledge   of   Indian   mythology,   had hinted   in   his   Faust   by   the   words   placed   in the mouth of the Mephisto during his appearance:                   „   I   am   a   part   of   that   power,   the   always   wants   the   bad   and   always   creates   the good, "           These   gods   are   real   matter   for   the   Hindu.   The   goddesses   Saravati,   Lakshmi   and Parvati   are   assigned   to   the   three   gods   mentioned   as   their   energies.   These   energies can   be   destructive   or   building.   Accordingly,   they   receive   different   names.   Matter is   in   motion,   which   is   why   the   gods   associated   with   a   mount.   For   Brahman   is   the swan.   For Vishnu,   it   is   a   mythical   creature   half   man   and   half   bird.   Hence   the   angel has   developed   in   Christianity.   Shiva   rides   a   bull. The   physicist   of   today   holds   it   all together   under   the   concept   of   conservation   of   mass   and   energy.   Even   Hinduism summarizes   features   and   personalizes   it   again.   The   three   goddesses,   if   they   are   to express   a   particularly   large   power,   personalizes   to   Shakti.   The   causality   comes through   the   Karma    expression.   Everything   that   is   done   in   this   life,   has   influence on   the   life   to   come.   One   remains   in   the   hamster   wheel   of   rebirth   ( Samsara )   until he   purged   the   Moksha,   reached   the   last   four   of   the   goals   in   life.   Then   he   is   freed from all suffering. These goals in life are fixed in Varnashrama Dharma.
God Brahman