The Buddhism is the only science which studied the human deeply




(From the Interview of Prof. D. Sc. G.Lkhagvaa to the “Daily News” one of three major Newspapers, Mongolia, October 16, 2020)


Corr. (correspondent Ts. Baasansuren): To what extent has a person been studied by science?

Prof. If we take the entire study of science 100%, then 95% of them are not living things, but 5% are living being, of which 1% is related to humans.

Corr. So little?

Prof. If a person is not studied enough, then it is impossible to talk about his development.

Corr. What does human development mean?

Prof. American journalist Dr. Jon Horgan published a book in 1996 called “The End of Science”. He wrote this book on the basis of surveys of more than 20 geniuses of the world sciences, but none of the geniuses was able to depict the future of their creations. In short, they could not answer the questions Why? And How to be? Geniuses did not know a way out of the impasse. However, Buddhism knows the reason for the impasse. The reason is that science and art have reached their limits of mind or mental potential. Unfortunately, the human mind is limited. This also refers to human brain activity and appears within the Selfness, and has a beginning and end like other things of samsara - the cycle of time. Buddhism also knows a way out of the dead ends of the mind. This is consciousness.

Consciousness is immortal, its development is unlimited, therefore human development is not limited. Because the development of a person is determined only by consciousness, not by the mind. Thus, in Buddhism, the mind does not play any positive role, and it is simply neglected and must be gotten rid of. In connection with this, I recently gave a lecture "The New Beginning of Science" in the form of a response to the book by J. Horgan "The End of Science". “New beginning” means consciousness. This is also my answer to your question: what is human development.

Corr. A simpler explanation about consciousness in your opinion?

Prof. The real world is beyond our thoughts and ideas, that is outside our mind. Consciousness is our true wisdom, with which we deal after leaving our mind.

Corr. What are the acceptable techniques for teaching the levels of consciousness?

Prof. Meditation only, there are no other ways.

Corr. In your lecture, you refer a lot Buddha and Einstein.

Prof. A. Einstein, as the leading genius of our era, saw the most correct way out of the impasse of science. He said, if there is any religion that could cope with modern scientific needs it would be Buddhism. By his opinion, Buddhism is a religion of a scientific nature, in power to give answers to questions of science. Thus, he saw in Buddhism not only scientific character, moreover, the salvation of science in general: by integrating Buddhism and modern science.

Corr. What is the scientific nature of Buddhism?

Prof. Buddhism is the only science that has deeply and comprehensively studied human and his development. In Buddhism, the development of human consciousness at different levels is considered, ranging from the saint, mahasadva, bodisadva to divinity. These names represent levels of consciousness of developed people. This great scientific discovery of Buddha was realized and is being carried out for thousands and thousands of his disciples at different periods of the times of human history. Einstein's energy formula is one of the proofs of Buddha's scientific knowledge.

According to this formula, energy and mass are the same, that energy is converted into mass, and in turn, mass into energy. This is the Buddhist development of consciousness as human enlightenment. Where m means man as matter, and it has transformed into energy during meditation, then man is simply not recognizable as matter, and in this case m = 0, then only E remains - the energy or light, what does it mean Enlightenment. In this case, the energy formula of Einstein used as the formula of the spirit (soul) or formula of consciousness: E = (m = 0) c2

In addition, a human of consciousness has the power to regulate him selves the metabolism and the entropy of his body and bring these to zero. This is the phenomenon of samadi and the implementation of the Nernst theorem, the third law of thermodynamics. Samadi is one of the high levels of meditation or consciousness. Buddhism is generally deeply scientific. Therefore, I found in Buddhism supernatural science in all directions as human studies, traditional medicine, cosmology, philosophy and others.

Corr. Your theory about human and his development is very interesting. I would like to know more about this theory.

Prof. These theories are based on the Buddhist concept of human, which speaks of five mahabhutas (elements) and spirit (soul) that are not yet available in our science. The ancient Indian concept of the five mahabhutas or basic elements (land, water, fire, air and ether) fully correspond to the particles from which existed everything in the Universe, including us. In addition, human created up to 70% from energy and due to the capacity of energy, humanity is so diverse. In this regard, human is not exhaustible and eternal, and is subject to the laws of natural sciences like energy, physics and thermodynamics. Also, the energy information of a person is inherited, which are created by physical, linguistic and mental activities of a person, and are called karma. This is that part of hereditary data, which makes up 2/3 of all inheritance in humans.

Corr. Your assumption of death, rebirth or reincarnation.

Prof. Death is a temporary phenomenon that only affects the physical body of a person. Since this is a phenomenon, it does not belong to our true quality or true essence. Human has acquired a physical body as clothing. In this life we ​​wore different clothes, many of them are not even in our recollections. The body is nothing like a rainbow and foam, it exists and through time they are not. We already know that energy, consciousness and spirit belong to our higher energy body, make up about 70% and are equivalent to our “true I or true myself”, which means immortality and eternity of human. By virtue of the higher body, human is eternal. Even an atomic bomb is not capable of destroying our true body. This applies not only to humans, but to the whole being. We can consider the Buddhist and scientific points of view on death, eternity, and reincarnation in following.

Buddha legalized: Everything does not come from anywhere, therefore nothing arises. Everything does not go anywhere, so nothing is destroyed. Nothing can be destroyed, only can be changed. According to the first law of thermodynamics, energy can be neither created nor destroyed. But can be transformed from one form to another. The laws of science and Buddhism exactly coincide with each other. From here we can draw conclusions. First, a person is eternal due to his True Self - the higher energy body. Secondly, since he is eternal, after death he must come to another body, that is, reincarnation is obligatory and indisputable. Now the question arises: what is such a transition to another body and what law is authorized for such a transition? Consider the evolutionary theory of Darwin, which is that living things evolve under the influence of natural selection. The praise of Darwin's greatness is that he understood how this happens: random changes occur, and then natural selection leaves the beneficial ones from them, ignores the neutral ones and cuts out the harmful ones. In Buddhism, another pattern says: “Everything that is caused by a reason is fade away when a reason is caused as well.” Nothing happens by accident. For something to happen, there must be a reason. This is the Buddhist worldview. Buddhist theory of all: “without origin or disappearance.” This means that the transition to another body after death occurs according to the Buddhist and Vedic laws of evolution in accordance with karmic information, which corresponded to the energy information of physical, speech and mental actions of human. There are not even the slightest mistakes because the information is completely correct. Thus, a person can transform into 8 million species of life forms. This transformation of life in Buddhism is called eternal suffering and will continue indefinitely until you find the right way to overcome the cycles of time. Overcoming the cycle of time is true liberation from suffering forever.

Corr. They say that there was a time when Mongolia was a country of many enlightened people. However, the country did not develop.

Prof: The enlightened ones are people of consciousness. Consciousness will not give us material wealth; it is not a means of achieving our thoughts and goals. However, consciousness neglects all desires and needs of a person. This is the true price of consciousness. This does not mean that ancient Mongolia, including India - the country of great enlightened people must necessarily be rich. One’s can I say that the ancient and present Mongols are people who are completely different from each other. Their difference is like heaven and earth. Our ancestors were people of consciousness, and we are people of mind. By virtue of consciousness, our ancestors guided the world of that time, and for many centuries established the real peace on the world. This is the price of consciousness.

From a quantum physics perspective, I don't see Einstein, Heisenberg, Max Planck, and Buddha as different individuals. They are all equal, like Einstein or Buddha.





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