Three Philosophical views

The three levels of body mind and Consciousness  are these three levels. The three levels however cannot be understood as supremacy of one over the other. The three are only the ways of evolutionary understanding.


A classical physicist says it is a solid mass under the laws of gravity etc. He considers the stone is different from a human body.

- A quantum physicist says it is quantum pack of energy. He considers both the stone and body are quantum packs of energy, but still there is slight difference.

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A dvaitic is like the classical physicists who says the paramatman is different from the jiva.

A vishist is like the quantum physicist, who says the paramathan and the jiva are same but slight difference.

A advaitin is one who says there is no difference and the difference is only maya (which means not there but sees only at the gross level and not at the ultimate level).

Adishankara, Sri Ramanuja and Sri Madhavacharya have done independent analysis of the ancient texts and formulated stunning philosophical formulations. Shankars’s ‘Advaita’ which unifies God and Man, Ramanuja’s, “Vishista-Advaita” which makes existence a journey towards unification and Madhacharya’s ‘Dwaita’ which separates the Creator from the created.        

Carvaka philosophy

Carvaka (Cārvāka) is a system of Indian philosophy that assumed various forms of philosophical skepticism and religious indifference.[1] It is also known as Lokāyata. It is named after its founder, Cārvāka, author of the Bārhaspatya-sūtras.[2]

In overviews of Indian Philosophy, Carvaka is classified as a "heterodox" (nāstika) system, the same classifcation as is given to Buddhism and Jainism.[3][4] It is characterized as a materialistic and atheistic school of thought. While this branch of Indian philosophy is not considered to be part of the six orthodox schools of Hinduism, it is noteworthy as evidence of a materialistic movement within Hinduism.[5]

It is important to understand the difference between science, religion, atheism and spiritual at this juncture.

For more details

1. "Journey to the Source" by Pradheep Chhalliyil .