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Time, Space, Energy, Mind and Consciousnses
by Dr. Varanasi Ramabrahmam Bookmark and Share
 

Time does not exist independent of process, physical, chemical, biological, cosmological etc. Thus energy transformation through matter or otherwise or change of phase of matter aided by energy is time.

Thus in simple terms change is time - change of place or phase of matter or form of energy is time.

I am of the opinion that in the absence of change time does not exist. The continuum aspect is more mathematical than physical; so is Einstein's special theory of relativity. Special theory of relativity is more a mental conjecture than a physical reality. The appearance of dilation of time and contraction of length are mere appearances from another frame of reference. This has no physics. Energy and mater and changes of them must be there for time to be.

So space independent of time can exist when no change is taking place in it.
Matter and energy are related and the mass-energy equivalence equation is valid only at atomic and nuclear level. It has no relevance or significance in relation to big masses, where only gravitation is chief phenomenon.

Soonya is absence of change also in addition to absence of matter, its change or transformation of energy.

Zero is not a mere mathematical concept. It is a profound concept (absence of something). Also please note the significance and use of absence of something as null set, null vector, null matrix and the like mathematical entities.

Soonya is absence of mental functions too.

Pure Consciousness is jagrat sushupti. When mind is absorbed in its source, the Atman which is also present during mental functions as awareness reveals itself as pure consciousness or unoccupied (by utterances, thoughts, feelings, experiences etc.,) awareness. Content-free contentment. Is also Bhakti, tatparata, peace, silence and bliss.

All these are experienced when mind is enjoying rest and is calm (sans thoughts/feelings etc.,.)

time does not exist independent of process, physical, chemical, biological, cosmological etc.,. Thus energy transformation through matter or other wise or change of phase of matter aided by energy is time. Thus in simple terms change is time - change of place or phase of matter or form of energy is time.

I am of the opinion that in the absence of change time does not exist. The continnum aspect is more mathematical than physical; so is Einstein's special theory of relativity. Special theory of relativity is more a mental conjucture than a physical reality. The appearance of dilation of time and contraction of length are mere appearances from another frame of reference. This has no physics. Energy and mater and changes of them must be ther for time to be.

So space independent of time can exist when no change is taking place in it.
Matter and energy are related and the mass-energy equivalence equation is valid only at atomic and nuclear level. It has no relevance or significance in relation to big masses, where only gravitation is chief phenomenon.

Sunya is absence of change also in addition to absence of matter, its change or transformation of energy.

Zero is not a mere mathematical concept. It is a profound concsept (absence of something). Also please note the significance and use of absence of something as null set, null vector, null matrix and the like mathematical entities.

Sunya is absence of mental functions too.

Pure Consciousness is jagrat sushupti. When mind is absorbed in its source, the Atman. Atman which is also present during mental functions as awareness reveals itself as pure consciousness or unoccupied ( by utterances, thoughts, feelings, experiences etc.,) awareness. Content-free contentment. Is also Bhakti, tatparata, peace, silence and bliss.

All these are experienced when mind is enjoying rest and is calm (sans thoughts/feelings etc.,. - See more at: http://www.boloji.com/index.cfm?md=Content&sd=Articles&ArticleID=14239#sthash.ISViUw8V.dpuf
As far as my understanding goes, time does not exist independent of process, physical, chemical, biological, cosmological etc.,. Thus energy transformation through matter or other wise or change of phase of matter aided by energy is time. Thus in simple terms change is time - change of place or phase of matter or form of energy is time.

I am of the opinion that in the absence of change time does not exist. The continnum aspect is more mathematical than physical; so is Einstein's special theory of relativity. Special theory of relativity is more a mental conjucture than a physical reality. The appearance of dilation of time and contraction of length are mere appearances from another frame of reference. This has no physics. Energy and mater and changes of them must be ther for time to be.

So space independent of time can exist when no change is taking place in it.
Matter and energy are related and the mass-energy equivalence equation is valid only at atomic and nuclear level. It has no relevance or significance in relation to big masses, where only gravitation is chief phenomenon.

Sunya is absence of change also in addition to absence of matter, its change or transformation of energy.

Zero is not a mere mathematical concept. It is a profound concsept (absence of something). Also please note the significance and use of absence of something as null set, null vector, null matrix and the like mathematical entities.

Sunya is absence of mental functions too.

Pure Consciousness is jagrat sushupti. When mind is absorbed in its source, the Atman. Atman which is also present during mental functions as awareness reveals itself as pure consciousness or unoccupied ( by utterances, thoughts, feelings, experiences etc.,) awareness. Content-free contentment. Is also Bhakti, tatparata, peace, silence and bliss.

All these are experienced when mind is enjoying rest and is calm (sans thoughts/feelings etc.,. - See more at: http://www.boloji.com/index.cfm?md=Content&sd=Articles&ArticleID=14239#sthash.wqa4HA1p.dpuf
As far as my understanding goes, time does not exist independent of process, physical, chemical, biological, cosmological etc.,. Thus energy transformation through matter or other wise or change of phase of matter aided by energy is time. Thus in simple terms change is time - change of place or phase of matter or form of energy is time.

I am of the opinion that in the absence of change time does not exist. The continnum aspect is more mathematical than physical; so is Einstein's special theory of relativity. Special theory of relativity is more a mental conjucture than a physical reality. The appearance of dilation of time and contraction of length are mere appearances from another frame of reference. This has no physics. Energy and mater and changes of them must be ther for time to be.

So space independent of time can exist when no change is taking place in it.
Matter and energy are related and the mass-energy equivalence equation is valid only at atomic and nuclear level. It has no relevance or significance in relation to big masses, where only gravitation is chief phenomenon.

Sunya is absence of change also in addition to absence of matter, its change or transformation of energy.

Zero is not a mere mathematical concept. It is a profound concsept (absence of something). Also please note the significance and use of absence of something as null set, null vector, null matrix and the like mathematical entities.

Sunya is absence of mental functions too.

Pure Consciousness is jagrat sushupti. When mind is absorbed in its source, the Atman. Atman which is also present during mental functions as awareness reveals itself as pure consciousness or unoccupied ( by utterances, thoughts, feelings, experiences etc.,) awareness. Content-free contentment. Is also Bhakti, tatparata, peace, silence and bliss.

All these are experienced when mind is enjoying rest and is calm (sans thoughts/feelings etc.,. - See more at: http://www.boloji.com/index.cfm?md=Content&sd=Articles&ArticleID=14239#sthash.wqa4HA1p.dpuf
21-Jun-2014
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Article Comment Thanks for a lucid, inspiring write up.As a teacher of Physics with a thorough knowledge of Sanskrit language and literature, Indian aesthetics, steeped in spirituality with ever an evolving social consciousness you have time and again served fellowmen with thought provoking articles in your own unassuming manner, without ever resorting to jugglery with words.Regards.
T.S.Chandra Mouli
06/30/2014
 
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