The Brainstem Brainwaves of Atman-Brahman: The Synthesis of Science and Spirituality

The Brainstem Brainwaves of Atman Brahman The Synthesis of Science and Spirituality A study of mystical phenomena done by London University educated Molecular Biologist Philosopher Sutapas Bhattacharya claims to have found the physical correlate of The Divine Light or Godhead and t

  • Title: The Brainstem Brainwaves of Atman-Brahman: The Synthesis of Science and Spirituality
  • Author: Sutapas Bhattacharya
  • ISBN: 9788121212
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A study of mystical phenomena done by London University educated Molecular Biologist Philosopher Sutapas Bhattacharya claims to have found the physical correlate of The Divine Light or Godhead , and therefore to have completely revolutionized the way we think about philosophy and the universe at large Shows the deep relation between all mystical traditions and how IndA study of mystical phenomena done by London University educated Molecular Biologist Philosopher Sutapas Bhattacharya claims to have found the physical correlate of The Divine Light or Godhead , and therefore to have completely revolutionized the way we think about philosophy and the universe at large Shows the deep relation between all mystical traditions and how Indian Vedantic metaphysics have primacy over modern Western Reductionist metaphysics.

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    1. I just finished my first reading of this book, and a lot of the ideas went over my head. It's a lot of knowledge to take in all at once. I'd recommend it to anyone interested on a new (and maybe even scientifically verified) perspective on Vedanta. Even if you don't agree with its central proposition, it is damn useful as a guidebook to show you where to take your own reading next.

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