Conversation 020 – Quantum Physics and our Vedas

This conversation is a kind of a unique discussion…

Primary roles of Seeker 2 and Seeker 1 are reversed here…

Introducing the first philosophical guru of a child – the father. A son learning from a father the principles of life through a discussion on quantum physics!

Seeker 2:

Seeker 2: Please watch this video and tell me if you can relate to your learnings.

Seeker 1: Full of technicalities and jargons! I will have to watch this video twice or thrice with Vedic and gyana thrishti principles.

Seeker 1: Yes, It is not that easy to comment on this…

Seeker 2: yes…only then you can do it for me… it is totally related to Vedic concepts of time and space must be an interesting perspective for you because you are a (BSc(Physics)) dropout just like me πŸ˜‡

Seeker 1: That what any science will say and so the so called modern scientists and mathematicians… but Srinivasa Ramanujam, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Sir C.V. Raman, Subramanyam Chandrashekar etc.… are exceptions in the sense they are the descendants of Vedic tradition…

Seeker 1: That is a very fundamental first year course just because I discontinued from BSc(Physics) still the urge in me makes me observe, listen and read in all courses of time…I can stretch only with the fundamentals because all are symmetrical and with regular frequency unless disturbed by external forces or phenomena.

Seeker 1: All physical, chemical, forces are in our body and related to five elements –  aakash (space or ether), air, fire, water and the earth… they are cosmic forces and energies with regular intervals and forces apart from what is discussed in the empirical modern sciences.

Seeker 1: That what Madam Curie is able to solve in her dreams of innermost conscience. Tesla went into the deepest and unimaginable space. Albert Einstein accepts and salutes Vedic wisdom and Vedic literature. I had only studied the surface and could not go into them deeply because of deviation and other disturbances.

Seeker 1: Mine is very limited and subjective.

Seeker 2: πŸ‘ but a superb practical explanation…

Seeker 1: If a man is analytical and critical, seeking both positive and negative, knowledge automatically comes to him at his will and command; the more he interacts with the learned and the unlearned and has the appetite to learn from everyone, the more the avenues for him to get enlightened. Choose the person from you learn in courses of time – only once we learn, filtration process happens after experience and assimilation.πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ•‰πŸ•‰πŸ•‰

Seeker 2: How is it?  Normal people can’t understand this MA philosophy…?

Seeker 2: MA MA philosophy philosophy..

Seeker 2: I am also (BSc Physics)😜😜😜

Seeker 1: Yours is an extraordinary inheritance…

Seeker 2: Also (BSc.Maths) (MSc(Tech) information systems) from BITS Pilani, (MBA Operations) from IGNOU  (MSc(IT)) from KSOU … everything only in brackets!!! and ended up with graduate and post graduate degrees in Public Administration, Political Science and Sociology…an amazing turn of events i realize now…

Seeker 1: Yes.. they interpret Vedic and ancient Tamil literatures, of course…

Seeker 2: A person with 5 discontinued degrees… Must be a Guinea’s record… Sorry Guiness record πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

Seeker 1: You can purchase degree sitting in the Home, but knowledge and wisdom….????. Who taught time management and economics to our grand parents and great grandparents…

Seeker 1: Learning and self-learning the universe and learning the cosmos is the real pursuits of knowledge, Money! … even the beggars earn more than a average rich man πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

Seeker 1: The way the money comes, in the same  way, it goes taken away even hoarded…

Seeker 1: Somebody earning, someone else spending it without knowing its value.πŸ•‰πŸ•‰πŸ•‰πŸ™ˆπŸ™ŠπŸ™‰

Seeker 1: Beware of surroundings and with people you are surrounded, learn learn as much as you can…then unlearn everything and re-learn…

Author: Rajini

"Knowledge is the ultimate perfection of self-realization.". (Srimad Bhagavatham 3.26.2) Trying to seek that knowledge through life experiences that leads to compassion, dispassion and ultimately satisfaction.

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