I have written a few articles on Quantum and Indian philosophy. I have provided excerpts of some articles and Links to them in this article.
If we are experiencing something in Life,it is a state in the stream of Life,that Experience is intricately connected to other Experiences of our own and one experience is Superimposed on the other. The Experiences collectively form one Dynamic system. In such a system, all States,here replace it with ,’ Experience ‘, are linked and when one Experience is gone through,the other is not present, though it forms the whole gamut of Experiences of Life. And when one experience is present, the other is is also present intricately connected to it without our knowledge. And the the experiences are infinite. And ‘The original state must be regarded as the result of a kind of superposition of the two or more new states, in a way that cannot be conceived on classical ideas’ This means that the collective experiences we go through are a superposition of two or more experiences /States and the original State must be regarded as the result of a kind of superposition of the two or more new states.’the result of a kind of superposition of the two or more new states, in a way that cannot be conceived on classical ideas’
The Jain concept of Sapthabhangi Naya describes this Quantum thought beautifully. It states on Existence ,or Being as in a State of
- It is, Asti
- It is Not,Nasti
- Avaktavya, Indescribable,
- Asti,Nasti , Avaktavya,- Is and Is Not and Indescribable.
- Asti Nasti- Is and Is Not.
- Asti, Avaktavya Is, Indescribable
- Nasti, Avaktavya,Is Not and Indescribable.
One can not predicate anything beyond this in Logic.
The Superposition as envisaged by Indian philosophy is explained in Four states Jagruth,Swapna,Sushupti and Turiya. That is, Waking State,Dreaming ,Deep Sleep and Beyond where Delta waves are noticed and beyond this Turiya which is the State of Being. Each state influences the other without our being aware of it; each is unaware of the other when in one State,though we are aware we are in three States at different times,that is excluding Turiya. Here Turiya is that State where the other three States merge or the basis, the original State.
The general principle of superposition of quantum mechanics applies to the states [that are theoretically possible without mutual interference or contradiction] … of any one dynamical system. It requires us to assume that between these states there exist peculiar relationships such that whenever the system is definitely in one state we can consider it as being partly in each of two or more other states. The original state must be regarded as the result of a kind of superposition of the two or more new states, in a way that cannot be conceived on classical ideas. Any state may be considered as the result of a superposition of two or more other states, and indeed in an infinite number of ways. Conversely, any two or more states may be superposed to give a new state…
Lecture on Sri Lalita Sahasranama.
This sahasranama is used in various modes of worship of the Divine Mother such as parayana (recitations), archana, and homa. A different but less popular version of the Lalita Sahasranama can also be found in the purva bhaga of the Narada Purana. The names are organized as hymns, or stotras, but are often broken into mantras to represent all 1000 names.
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Sri Lalitha Sahasranama Nyasa Basics explained. This forms the first part on Nyasa from my class on Sri Lalitha Sahasranama