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Ignorance Vs. Denied Knowledge
We have covered in many earlier essays that each experience is truly an outcome of our connection with that event through three connectors: Ignorance, Bias and Knowledge. It is the cumulative effect of these three connectors and their relative proportions … Continue reading
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The certainty of Ignorance
What fascinates me the most is the degree of certainty associated with me, when I am totally ignorant. It appears that only through facilitation and engagement in activities that requires pertinent use of the knowledge that the certainty of ignorance can be replaced. This is easier said than done
Failure is not the outcome of ignorance. Unwillingness to challenge ourselves and allow others and circumstances to challenge us may indeed be a sure sign of the certainty of ignorance! Continue reading
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True sign of ignorance
Small incidents in life give us an opportunity to learn about our ignorance – the blind spots – and hence prepare us to look for the same in other larger aspects of life. Continue reading
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Anatomy of our experience – the Connectors (Gunas)
The three Connectors are:
Knowledge (Understanding, Comprehension, Tranquility) —- Sathvikam
Bias (Partial Knowledge influenced by attachments and preferences, Turbulence) —- Rajasam
Ignorance (Lack of direction, stagnation, Inertia) —- Thaamasam
• It is the perception, influence or response to the dominant connector modulated by the other two that we recognize as our “experience”! Continue reading
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As one begins to explore the religion and seek the meaning behind the traditions, rituals and beliefs, there comes a progressive evolution in our understanding on these matters. This in turn leads to a progression in our thought and understanding in several dimensions. Continue reading
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