The Bhagavad Gita is the greatest spiritual
treasure for mankind which the Hindus follow for spiritual perfection. The Bhagavad Gita – Bioscience and Psychology
is a prestigious book on God and his tenets.
This book draws the link between science and spirituality, explaining how
certain changes in the body played an important role in the actions of the
characters in the Mahabharata. It highlights the benefits of vedic chanting,
dissonance reduction, mindful meditation and many other aspects. This book
explains the overlapping roles that physiology, psychology and philosophy play
in spreading spiritual learning through the Bhagavad Gita.
Some of the
key topics covered include
validity of telepathy with explanations (Sanjaya’s vision)
their connection with the body (Arjuna’s dilemma)
reduction by God Krishna citing various Vedic scriptures
of ancestor worship
of deontological reasoning
meditation (Sankhya yoga) vs Dynamic
action (Karma yoga)
-Gaia theory in relation to the Vedic cycle
an engineer born in Tiruchirappalli in 1978. He completed his graduation in
Civil Engineering from GCT Coimbatore and is presently working as an Assistant
Engineer at the Tamil Nadu Public Works Department (TN PWD). He is a yoga practitioner
and creative novel writing is one of his hobbies. He is married and lives with his
mother, wife and child.