Where Science and Buddhism Meet PART 2

innerprisms.bandcamp.com Where Science and Buddhism Meet: Emptiness, Interconnectivity and the Nature of Reality Check out my latest project at www.innerprisms.com! 🙂 Please don’t forget to rate and favorite if you enjoy! 🙂 Thank you for taking the time to watch this! If you enjoy this video and think it would be of some benefit or interest to others please share! My intentions are of a pure and positive nature and with this I hope to share what I believe to be a very meaningful message. I’ve made this to share what I believe to a profound convergence of two way seemingly opposite ways of perceiving and understanding reality. Lots of love!! – Gerald Here is a very partial list of resources, please message me with any questions! You can download a version of this video directly from Vimeo ( www.vimeo.com -Wave/Particle Duality — Tao of Physics – pg 67, 69 Quantum Enigma — pg 10 en.wikipedia.org www.youtube.com science.howstuffworks.com The Fabric of the Cosmos — pg. 206 -The Emptiness of Atoms- www.youtube.com education.jlab.org -The Quantum Field – en.wikipedia.org Tao of Physics — pg. 210

18 thoughts on “Where Science and Buddhism Meet PART 2

  1. @JaichunYoo why do you think all of us have things in common. because our consciousness decided that we wanted to separate temporarily and become individuals.

  2. How come there aren’t any notable Buddhist scientists? I mean practicing Buddhists who have made notable contributions to science. I’ve been Googling round for ages and can’t find a single one. All other religions have heaps of such scientists. Weird.

  3. Well, I don’t believe in any existing god in human history. And I don’t believe in any religion, either. But I have thought the same things as the vid tell us. I think every opposite extreme is one things, though it seeming is quite different. I think every individual is me, not other person. Only by means of death we can get back to eternity, totally different world.

  4. ~ May all beings have hapiness and the causes of hapiness; this is immeasurable loving-kindness

    ~ May all beings be liberated from suffering and the causes of suffering; this is immeasurable compassion

    ~ May all beings be free of suffering and always stay happy; this is immeasuruable joy

    ~ May all beings be free of grasping and aversion towards others and develop faith in the equality of all who lives; this is immeasurable equnimity.

  5. @Dearhunter43
    Uhmmm, exactly, in Buddhism, we don’t know that if the god really exist or not. The Buddha was a prince of a country in the North of India. He felt tired of the power and cheating, so he left his position and travel to find out the truth, then become the director. That’s the history.
    But…… if the God really exist, I think maybe he is a great scientist and philosopher….

  6. I do my best to see Buddha Nature in everything, and some do their best to worship God. Realize that they are the same! The mistaken belief many religions have is that the name God has to be used, and a book called the Bible must be read for it to be valid.

    I consider God, Allah, Buddha Nature (and all other highest truths) THE SAME TRUTH! Seemingly different Religions are merely different sets of customs and traditions of explaining and celebrating one same truth.

    All Love to you 🙂

  7. @pearlva910 I like where your coming from but to be a part of religion you must worship something and usually its something bigger and better than you.. but reality is we are all one and we all make up god so if there is anyhthing to worship its the conscious mind… but Im a buddhist too but its a philosophy not a religion

  8. you have missunderstud the “paradox” of how light seems to be. there is no prof whatsoever of “observation” ever changing anything. however thinking like this might come to serve the real questions as:
    Dark matter / energy or what gravity / light really is.

  9. This is an awesome video. I totally enjoyed it.
    Thanks a million for the video.

    Though, just one thing, the constant background music was a bit distracting. I enjoyed and wanted to hear everything you said, not mixed with the music. So I think the music was good when you are not narrating, but when you narrate, I rather hear you. Thanks again for this wonderful video! Great great job!

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