Sankhya, Theosophy and Wholistic Approach to Reality


The Sankhya doctrine envisages the deepest insight into the working of the human psyche and spirit in the evolutionary Human plane and the Aatmic plane after the physical existence transcending to the Supra Cosmic Conscient aura.Astrology-the ancient science from which one learns fate and destiny is rooted in Sankhya.The seven continents,the seven oceans,the seven basic notes of Harmonica,the seven horses of the sun's chariot speaking of the seven colours of the sun's ray and probably the seven universes to be established by us in the Assembly of learned as truth with Sankhya's seven,-universe.All life forms reincarnates into another being or as an iota,-Panchtatva(The God Particles) mingles with the Supra Conscient Light.This higher immortal self who is the spiritual element in man doesnot represent the highest aspect of his nature.Within him abides eternally the Monad,the Purusha of the Sankhya Philosophy,the Aatma of the Vedanta,that unseen mysterious eternity about whom we cannot form any idea though He is the very core of our complex being and this whole process of knowing 'who am I' and 'why am I' is the essence of the Vedanta s,shankhya, Christian and Theosophy for carrying the spiritual Consciousness to the Zenith of glory and happiness.

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Hrishikesh Misra, Dev Sanskriti Vishwa Vidyalaya, India
Rajnish Kumar, Shi Shanti Kalyan Sansthan, India
Syed Afzal Imam, Patna University, India

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Conference: ACERP2021
Stream: Comparative Ethics

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Misra H., Kumar R., & Imam S. (2021) Sankhya, Theosophy and Wholistic Approach to Reality ISSN: 2187-476X – The Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy 2021 Official Conference Proceedings
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