Science of Enlightenment — Enlightenment, Liberation and God: A Scientific Explanation
What is the precise nature of Reality or God? And what exactly, in scientific terms, is the much-talked about spiritual phenomenon called Enlightenment? Is it at all scientifically possible for a state devoid of ego to exist? And can a person do his normal duties in life in such a state? This book answers these and kindred questions convincingly: in a way that should appeal to a scientist, a spiritualist and a lay person alike. Uncommonly combining in him the rationality of a medical scientist and the profundity of his religio-philosophical studies, the author demonstrates how the spiritual phenomena of Enlightenment and Liberation do have an eminently satisfactory scientific explanation — an explanation which he also reconciles with conventional spiritual teachings. Finally, flitting adroitly from Advaita to Tao, Zen to Sufism, Buddhism to Christianity, Dr. Trasi shows how the teachings of different faiths aren’t different in essence, but just constitute intricate parts of the one and the same grand, big picture. With deep insight, forceful logic and supporting references, Dr. Trasi’s book not only dispels many of the myths, mis-conceptions and distortions woven around Enlightenment, the Liberated State, the Soul and Death, but explores the rationale behind wide-ranging traditional beliefs as well. Also set out is a scientific explanation of diverse spiritual terms. Nor is the practical aspect neglected here — including, as it does, a scientifically-backed guide to offset the oft-recurring doubts and questions that nag the average spiritual enthusiast. Written lucidly, the book is bound to interest scientists, sceptics, and anyone else even remotely concerned with spirituality.
The series is concerned with *Orthodox Philosophical Systems: Nyaya, Vaiseshika, Samkhya, Yoga, Purva Mimamsa, Vedanta and the Carvaka (or the Lokayata) *Hindu World Views of Man, Cosmos, Creation, Existence, Knowledge and the Like *Hindu Doctrines of, for instance, Maya (illusion), Karma (action) & Immortality *Hindu Concepts of Brahman (the Ultimate Reality), Causality, Liberation, Heaven & Hell, Good & Evil, Virtue & Sin *Hindu Cosmology & Concepts of Space & Time *Hindu Aesthetics: Theories & Practices *Hindu Ethics, Idealism & Humanism * Hinduism, the Religion: Its Different Viewpoints: Historical, Cultural, Sociological, Anthropological and Others *Kindred Religions: Buddhism, Jainism, for instance, Cultic Faiths & Sects, Occultism, Hindu Modes of Worship, Mysticism, Theogony, Religious Symbols and Pantheon *Mythology: Classical & Neo-Classical, Sacred Works and Avataras (Incarnations) *Saints and Seers *Pilgrimage Centres and Other Relevant Aspects.