Wisdom of the elements

From Greece, to Native America, from Egypt to India, the idea of four fundamental elements which form the foundation for understanding the natural world, is so universal, that a study of them might be an not unrewarding pursuit.

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Summary of the Patthāna Conditions

'The Paṭṭhāna', traditionally regarded as the quintessence of the Buddha's wisdom and as the surest proof of his omniscience; is a system which, in mathematical order, seeks to expand the comprehension of matter, mind and consciousness to cover the entirety of existence.

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Pañca Niyama – Laws of Existence

Note: For a proper introduction to the subject please read the post following post first. https://highermindart.info/panca-niyama-the-five-niyama-of-buddhism/ By learning to comprehend different relations between mind and matter (as shown in the…

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Time

Most people never have enough time, rarely have a good time and in general time seems be something that works usually against them. A person working on a spiritual path can not get around the problem of time. Because acquiring more control over ones life means also acquiring more control over time...

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The Inner Science

In the ancient world, the wise man was often called the knower of the gods. The gods signifying hidden entities which were believed to be the controlling agents of the…

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Ways of Knowing the Truth

How to know the Truth? If your only sphere of knowledge is the sensory world,...It does not make much sense to concern yourself with as to whether something is ultimately…

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