Life, Matter and their interactions
Life, Matter and Their Interactions by Dr. T.D. Singh (H.H. Bhaktisvarupa Damodara Swami). How do we explain consciousness, free will, love, purpose, beauty, etc., which seem to be beyond the mere interaction of biomolecules? And, if life is beyond matter, in what ways does it interact with matter and what laws does it follow? The author draws upon insights from ancient Vedantic texts, to present an alternative view of life beyond molecules.
Man and Nature – Science and Vedanta
· The mathematization of nature: how did it happen?
· The unlimited mysteries of nature: still much more to be discovered.
· What is man’s relation to nature?
· Scientific conceptions over the decades: foundations are shaken.
· The limitations of present day science is often acknowledged among scientists. This intellectual challenge can be a formidable eye-opener for the next generations of researchers: new tracks!
· Many elements of nature were forgotten over the centuries and never included in the equations. Time is ripe for clever scientists to uncover them and bring a new dimension in the study of nature!
· Preserving the environment: a common responsibility for all, and another good reason for scientists and spiritualists to join hands.
· If you understand the problem, it is likely you will be able to fix it.
Mysticism – Science and Vedanta
What is Mysticism?
1) Mysticism in science
The mysterious quantum world
Mystery behind physical constants
Mystery in biological systems
Mystery of time
Mystery behind scientific discoveries
2) Mysticism in religion
Spiritual senses of the soul
The guide of the mystic
The stages of a mystic
Darwinism and its limitations
Mysticism: a meeting point of East-West dialogue
Spiriton – particle of life beyond genetic code
Towards a Culture of Harmony & Peace
Towards a Culture of Harmony & Peace edited by Dr. T.D. Singh (H.H. Bhaktisvarupa Damodara Swami) with a foreward by Desmond M. Tutu. Contributions from religious leaders, interfaith participants, scientists, social justice and empowerment workers, etc., including six Nobel Laureates in Peace, three Nobel Laureates in Chemistry, the president and the prime minister of India.