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THE PULSE OF WISDOM
The paper has discussed on the pulse of wisdom.It has focussed on the relationship between the mind and body.
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THE PULSE OF WISDOM Upanishads is defined as those writing that include the Vedic literature which means “sitting down near.” Purusha and Prakiti is a strong and enumerations philosophy. Therefore, Samkhya maintain a radical duality between spirits/ consciousness (purusha) and matter (prakiti).In Samkahya however, it is between the self (purusha) and matter and later incorporates what westerners world normally relate to as “mind”. This means that self as the Samkahya understand it as more transcendent than “mind”. The teaching of samkhya ...
... the transformation of Buddhism from the pre-modern to the contemporary era in Japan and the central role its visual culture has played in this transformation. Finally, the Japanese modern society regards the Buddhism generally has the peripheral to the modern life of today. (Brannigan, pg 356).
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