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Sense-Perception and the Big Bang While We’re At It.

by Aranyakananda The scope of this topic may be too much for me to handle. I won’t be quoting the scriptures. I may not use a lot of technical Sanskrit terms. Nevertheless: Having encountered misunderstandings about Hinduism from others, I … Continue reading

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Prasna Upanishad: The Sense Organs of God

by Aranyakananda In the Prasna Upanishad there is a discussion between Prana (life force) personified and the five senses. I have taken this to represent a conversation between God and man just as the Bhagavad-Gita is. I take this Upanishad … Continue reading

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