Defining Infinite Conception

What is Infinite Conception? Infinite conception is the idea that all life is one.

Infinite conception would explain our births, our deaths. Our creations, our apocalypses. Our eternal afterlives, our reincarnations. And much more about human civilization.

It explains them quite clearly: They are essentially all human illusions.

Do not expect your mind to accept or even comprehend the concept of infinite conception. For starters, infinity itself a concept almost impossible to process. To try to relate infinity to your life–then human life–and then all life–will boggle your mind!

Infinite conception ultimately would make individuality an illusion.

But how can we be certain that this is the “actual reality” that exists outside of our “human perception” of reality?

Even if it could be proven, infinite conception would still remain the ultimate paradox. While it is probably the reality we spend our entire “birth-to-death cycle” denying and attempting to escape, the paradox is that even if we were able to prove it, we would still be required to deny it.

Regardless of what we believe, or what methods we use to escape reality, infinite conception would mean that we continue onward as one mass in an infinite loop.

To understand what you are about to read, you have to be aware of the four core components of the human condition:

Denial (Escape from reality)
Self-Deception (Deceiving oneself using illusions)
Self-Hatred
Self-Love, Self-Worship and Narcissism

That said, what parallels the idea that all life is one?

Let’s first list the basic parallels of infinite conception, which include:

The Abilene paradox – When a group of people collectively decide on a course of action even though none of the individuals would have chosen that particular course.
Anonymous – A loosely associated hacktivist group with no real “leadership”.
Collective effervescence – The perceived energy formed when a large group of people gather together, causing them to behave differently than how they behave in ordinary life.
Collective intelligence – Group intelligence that emerges from collaboration and competition.
Collective unconsciousness – Coined by Carl Jung, it is an organization of individual experiences of the members of a certain species.
Communal reinforcement – Where a concepr or idea is repeated and asserted within a community, making that concept or idea common knowledge.
Crowd psychology – When individuals gather together and gain power through forming a group rather than acting individually.
The Gaia hypothesis – The idea that all organisms and their inorganic surrounding on Earth are closely integrated.
Global brain – A metaphor for the worldwide intelligent network formed by all the people of this planet together with the information and communication technologies that connect them (Internet, etc).
Group behaviour – When individuals group together and find themselves acting in a similar way.
Higher consciousness – The state of mind of an individual who has become aware of actual reality.
Human spirit – The spirtual or mental part of humanity, illustrated as singular.
Noosphere – The spirit of human thought.
Peer pressure – The influence exerted by a peer group on an individual. Individuals seem to be more or less influenced by it.
Reality tunnel – Reality is formed from beliefs and experiences of an individual, forming a different interpretation of the world around them.
Social Representations – Values, beliefs, ideas and practices that are shared among members of groups and communities.
Superorganism – One organism consisting of many organisms.
Zeitgeist – The “spirit” of the times, or age.

Again, on their own, each of these items can be debated. Each have been studied and each are complicated. It is only when they are unified together when you can start to paint the picture that, quite simply, “all life is one”.

Now that we know the parallels of infinite conception, let’s list what infinite conception would explain. It would explain…

Why we love others when we love ourselves (manifested from self-love).
Why we hate others when we hate ourselves (manifested from self-hatred).
Why the fundamental parts of human history over the last five thousand years have repeated themselves over and over.
Why we as human beings exist in an infinite cycle of self-deception and denial throughout of our lives: We are required to.
Why we found that all human DNA is 99.9% identical throughout the entire human population, and 98.4% identical to a Bonobo.
Why human cultures tend to worship children. Why human cultures tend to neglect the old.
Why we created a one-and-only God in our mirror image whose one-and-only “people” we are to be (manifested from self-worship).
Why we have a love/hate relationship with this God (manifested from self-love and self-hatred).
Why our pasts seem to align with our futures. Why our futures seem to align with our pasts.
Why organized religions create and perpetuate our dominant beliefs on life (self-deception).
Why social problems, on both the macro and micro level, can be explained and deconstructed. Take the simple problems of homicide and war (self-hatred) and the reality that the behavior of large corporations fit the textbook psychological criteria for psychopathy.
Why a human being can just as easily believe Christianity as they could Scientology (self-deception). The doctrine itself is unimportant. The psychology behind all belief is universally self-deception.
Why our illusion of individuality takes on certain behavioral traits of parents, relatives, friends, acquaintances, actors, heroes and anyone that individual was was surrounded by as a child.
Why our pattern of behavior norms and cultural norms are both universal, and generally irreversible.
Why individuals take on the culture, religion, mind-sets and traditions of their parents and surroundings.
Why every civilization will rise as they all will eventually fall.
Why no idea human beings create has ever stood the test of time-not a language, not a religion, not even an empire.
Why the only idea that seems to be universal is “all life is one”, which has resonanted throughout the ages in creation myths, religions, philosophies and artistic expressions.
DNA and RNA are paralleled in all living organisms and why all living organisms adapt to their environment–and why evolutionary mutations self-replicate.
Why the building blocks of life self-replicate, they are neither born nor do they die.
Why psychedelic and psychotropic drugs such as DMT (dimethyltryptamine) and mescaline have universal perspective-altering effects on the human mind.
Why DMT is found widespread throughout the plant kingdom, and why DMT will probably be found in trace amounts in all living organisms on Earth (the science continues today).
Why DMT may be produced in the human pineal gland, the significance this discovery would be for infinite conception.
Why in 1985 we were able to put a baboons heart into a human baby and why that baby was still able to live (Baby Fae).
Why cultures, ideas, religions, traditions, customs, hit songs and viral videos spread via proximity.
Why both men and women both possess varying degrees of masculine and feminine traits (the individual is only 50% human).
Why pets align to human personalities in proximity.
Why the female menstrual cycle becomes aligned when women are in proximity with one another.
Why time is distorted during sleep and hypnosis.
Why deja vu and other phenomena are universal to the human condition.
Why there is a startling interconnection phenomena experienced by identical twins.
Why individuals are acutely similar to their parents and grandparents–and even total strangers.
Why two total strangers can look and appear familiar to each other even though they have never met (law of attraction).
Why active holy sites (where millions have traveled to in the past) often seem familiar to an individual who first travels there. Try it.
Why an individual can recall looking through the eyes of another (or experiencing the consciousness of another) when dreaming.
Why there are subtle connections between sex and death.
Why there are subtle connections between sleep and hypnosis and time distortion.
Why there are subtle connections between physiology and psychology.
Why there are subtle connections between cosmology, atomic theory and organic chemistry.
Why there are subtle connections between the human condition and reported paranormal phenomena.
Why there are subtle parallels that create a balance between modern monotheism and reincarnation-based religions. Western monotheism parallels a singular God, while Eastern reincarnation parallels multiple lives. Unified together is one life, infinitely.
Why the breakdown of an atom closely parallels the breakdown of the solar system.
Why the living cell of an organism closely parallels the function of the combustion engine.
Why the behavior of a corporation closely parallels the behavior of a human sociopath–and the reason for this manifestation.
Why the Internet closely parallels the singular interconnected consciousness of all life on Earth.
Why writers, musicians, and artists have an innate ability called flow, seemingly a direct link into the subconscious (or super-conscious).
Why the work of certain artisitic talented individuals “hits a nerve” AKA, becomes popular.
Why there are three primary basic human motivations: The motivation to work, the motivation to create art, and the motivation to survive. Why there is required to be a balance and the reason we are inclined towards one or the others.
Why we possess a motivation to work and what this motivation represents.
Why we possess a motivation to create artistic expressions and what this motivation represents (writing to ourselves).
Why we possess survival and reproduction motivations and what these motivations represent.
Why books, songs, works of film and works of art that parallel the human condition tend to be the most viral.
Why we believe in karma, destiny, astrology and psychic connections–and what they parallel.
Why hypnosis exists, how it works, why it can work psychologically and has worked medically.
Why we have a tendency to worship celebrities, sports figures, musicians, artists and war heroes.
Why the above individuals and the talented often lead tragic personal lives.
Why we have a higher likelihood of substance abuse and suicide when we fulfill our dreams and/or become famous.
Why the fulfillment of dreams often becomes an individual’s nightmare.
Why we have a tendency to neglect the billions of starving and worship corrupt individuals who drive for money, useless material possessions and power over others.
Why mass movements form, what they represent, why they rise, and why they fade.
Why individuals who are randomly born with unique talents and unique skills, with no logical explanation or source.

Again, on their own, none of these things really prove anything.

It is only when they are unified together when the picture can be painted.

One of the most difficult concepts to keep in mind is that self-deception still exists at the core of the human condition.

The ability to deceive yourself, which was taught to yourself as a child, is one of your most precious talents you fiercely guard. Self-deception is what truly sets the human condition apart from the perception of reality that all other living things seem to have.

In other words, animals seem to completely lack the capacity for self-deception, but in humans self-deception is boundless. This is the reason you may not be able to conceive reality.

The bottom line regarding self-deception is that the human condition can and will believe anything taught to it as a child. These teachings to create a traditional mind-set that takes place in an alternative reality that does not actually exist outside of the mind.

As discussed in other articles, self-deception is not only at the core of the human condition, it is also one of the ultimate parallels of infinite conception. It would be a paradox that the human mind must deceive itself regarding its individuality merely to remain ‘sane’ and continue to operate within an artificial civilization.

Quite a hilarious paradox, if you consider it. If this does not make much sense to you, I will explain it to you another way:

You are caught in an infinite loop.
You are required to deceive yourself constantly so you do not become aware of the reality that you are caught in an infinite loop.
The human condition exists within an infinite cycle of self-deception so that you do not become aware of reality.

Deceiving yourself that you are an individual is the only way to remain ‘operational’ within an artificial human society. Without this self-deception, you will no longer ride the rails that human civilization has laid down for you. You will see clearly that it is all an illusion.

In other words, aware of the singularity of life, human civilization is rendered transparent.

You may find this last point interesting.

In the West, it is generally believed that consciousness occurs in the human brain. In the East, it is generally believed that the human brain is merely monitoring a “master” consciousness.

Ponder on this long enough, parallel to the idea of infinite conception, and you will understand another paradox.

The paradox of balance. All life is one.

The Power of Human Movement

With the decline in physical education in America, and the early specialization of sport most athletes encounter, it is becoming more common to be met by athletes with little ability to perform basic human movements. Not only are athletes restricted in some movement patterns, they also tend to have underdeveloped strength to perform a movement as simple as a squat.

In the days before I was born, physical education showcased a variety of sports and disciplines into the lives of athletes and common people alike. With this degradation in teaching movement, it is not only important to train to develop the performance of the athlete, but also to ensure a variety of abilities to function throughout all movements.

If you have an athlete in need of training to improve in their sports career (or if you just want to be a better athlete yourself) – try implementing these tactics to increase the ability to perform optimally.

1. Body Weight Exercises: The only reason that a person should engage in weight training is because the use of their body isn’t enough of a stimulus to induce growth and performance gains. The use of the body however cannot be neglected. Pushups and pull-ups can be implemented in a near infinite number of combinations; squats and jumps as well. If you haven’t had athletes use these exercises you are missing out on establishing a base of strength that is vital for future improvement.

2. Movement Training: Often neglected in training programs is movement training – more or less running and shuffling and skipping. Sprints and numerous agility games should be used to develop a broad range of motor patterns for athletes to call upon in competition. The use of organized agility drills (pro agility, 4 cone drills, etc.) establishes a base motor program to be used to solve movement scenarios in a game. While you cannot perfectly simulate the movements of a competition, you can build your body’s memory of movements that can be called upon and adapted and ultimately used by the body.

3. Spatial Awareness: The body’s ability to understand where it is in space, and perform well is vital to all athletes. In the past, many athletes participated in gymnastic drills and various forms of tumbling from an early age. This understanding of moving the body and using force while the center of mass is fluctuating helped to ward off injury and increase performance. To train this function in your athletes, cartwheels, handstands, tumbling in various forms, will all help to shape an athlete’s understanding of their body.

The training of an athlete needs to begin with the idea that an athlete has a minimal base to work with, never assume that something simple is easy before beginning training. By allowing athletes and trainees to prove they can perform movements – you guarantee that you will build resistance to injury, improve the athlete’s ability to learn later movements, and achieve success and see progress early. If you take this perspective in training, you will be well on your way to athletic success.

Infinite Intelligence Will Attract Wealth Into Your Life

The universe is filled with an infinite intelligence that touches every living creature. No matter how you name infinite intelligence or even if you believe it exists you are still connected and filled by it. All you need to do is ask with full understanding and faith that you will receive all that you desire. This is not a new idea and I certainly did not make it up. It is a tried and true axiom of nature dating back thousands of years.

During the early part of the 20th century the greatest amount of wealth creation in the history of mankind occurred. One of the underlying causes was the ‘New Thought’ movement led by authors such as Wallace Wattles, the author of the Science of Getting Rich.

The entire movement was based on the idea that Infinite Intelligence’s main goal in the universe is to increase life and abundance for all living things.

In other words you were meant to have and achieve all that you desire. The plan of the world is for you to be completely fulfilled in all ways. There is not nobility in your suffering or poverty. If you are not living up to your full potential you are wasting a great gift and actually working against the purpose and plan of Infinite Intelligence.

Ask yourself, what is the main purpose of all living things in the animal kingdom? To create new life and to live the best life possible.

You are no less deserving than an animal. In fact as a thinking, creative being you are part of a greater plan. God knows where the gold is, so ask him and he will give it to you.

ClickBank Alternatives – The Greatest Secret Not Yet Revealed

How is your ClickBank account balance? Are you just raking in the sales? I thought not. You just fall into the 99% of aspiring ClickBank affiliates who never make it past go, let alone collect a check – ever!

Disappointing right?

Well, don’t be completely discouraged because there are ClickBank alternatives out there that will completely blow your mind – some of them will pay you if you simply supply them with a post code. Yes, that’s it, all you have to do is simply use the resources given to you by, let’s say, an insurance company. You can use their simple form to either email to your autoresponder list, or you can place their banners on your own or other people’s websites.

If a potential customer simply fills in as much as their zip code, you will be financially rewarded.

Sound too good to be true?

I reckon that there’s a reason why every affiliate training program out there revolves around ClickBank – because they don’t want the likes of you and me to find out where the real money is, which is what I am about to reveal to you.

There are a host, and I mean, a vast quantity of other affiliate networks out there offering all types of different products and simple ways to make commission, which are entirely different and far easier than ClickBank!

You don’t believe me?

Check this out:

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So, here is a word of advice – if you are just starting out as an affiliate marketer and you are looking for free traffic, by all means, take a course offered on ClickBank, but once your training is done and you start applying what you have learned to your own business, don’t limit yourself – there are so many ClickBank alternatives out there that have:

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I wish you all the very best in your affiliate marketing endeavors. And remember – don’t give up, your success may be just one more link away!

Impact Of Technology In Banking

In the world of banking and finance nothing stands still. The biggest change of all is in the, scope of the business of banking. Banking in its traditional from is concerned with the acceptance of deposits from the customers, the lending of surplus of deposited money to suitable customers who wish to borrow and transmission of funds. Apart from traditional business, banks now a days provide a wide range of services to satisfy the financial and non financial needs of all types of customers from the smallest account holder to the largest company and in some cases of non customers. The range of services offered differs from bank to bank depending mainly on the type and size of the bank.

RESERVE BANK’S EARLY INITIATIVES
As a central bank in a developing country, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has adopted development of the banking and financial market as one of its prime objectives. “Institutional development” was the hallmark of this approach from 1950s to 1970s. In the 1980s, the Reserve Bank focused on “improvements in the productivity” of the banking sector. Being convinced that technology is the key for improving in productivity, the Reserve Bank took several initiatives to popularize usage of technology by banks in India.

Periodically, almost once in five years since the early 1980s, the Reserve Bank appointed committees and working Groups to deliberate on and recommend the appropriate use of technology by banks give the circumstances and the need. These committees are as follows:
-Rangarajan committee -1 in early 1980s.
-Rangarajan committee -11 in late 1980s.
-Saraf working group in early 1990s.
-Vasudevan working group in late 1990s.
-Barman working group in early 2000s.

Based on the recommendations of these committees and working groups, the Reserve Bank issued suitable guidelines for the banks. In the 1980s, usage of technology for the back office operations of the banks predominated the scene. It was in the form of accounting of transactions and collection of MIS. In the inter-bank payment systems, it was in the form of clearing and settlement using the MICR technology.

Two momentous decisions of the Reserve Bank in the 1990s changed the scenario for ever there are:
a) The prescription of compulsory usage of technology in full measure by the new private sector banks as a precondition of the license and
b) The establishment of an exclusive research institute for banking technology institute for development and Research in Banking Technology.

As the new private sector banks came on the scene as technology-savvy banks and offered several innovative products at the front office for the customers based on technology, the demonstration effect caught on the reset of the banks. Multi channel offerings like machine based (ATMs and pc-Banking), card based (credit/Debit/Smart cards), Communication based (Tele-Banking and Internet Banking) ushered in Anytime and Anywhere Banking by the banks in India. The IDRBT has been instrumental in establishing a safe and secure, state of the art communication backbone in the from of the Indian Financial NETwork (INFINET) as a closed user group exclusively for the banking and financial sector in India.

CHANGING FACE OF BANKING SERVICES
Liberalization brought several changes to Indian service industry. Probably Indian banking industry learnt a tremendous lesson. Pre-liberalization, all we did at a bank was deposit and withdraw money. Service standards were pathetic, but all we could do was grin and bear it. Post-liberalization, the tables have turned. It’s a consumer oriented market there.

Technology is revolutionizing every field of human endeavor and activity. One of them is introduction of information technology into capital market. The internet banking is changing the banking industry and is having the major effects on banking relationship. Web is more important for retail financial services than for many other industries.

Retail banking in India is maturing with time, several products, which further could be customized. Most happening sector is housing loan, which is witnessing a cut-throat competition. The home loans are very popular as they help you to realize your most cherished dream. Interest rates are coming down and market has seen some innovative products as well. Other retail banking products are personal loan, education loan and vehicles loan. Almost every bank and financial institution is offering these products, but it is essential to understand the different aspects of these loan products, which are not mentioned in their colored advertisements.

PLASTIC MONEY
Plastic money was a delicious gift to Indian market. Giving respite from carrying too much cash. Now several new features added to plastic money to make it more attractive. It works on formula purchase now repay later. There are different facts of plastic money credit card is synonyms of all.

Credit card is a financial instrument, which can be used more than once to borrow money or buy products and services on credit. Banks, retail stores and other businesses generally issue these. On the basis of their credit limit, they are of different kinds like classic, gold or silver.

Charged cards-these too carry almost same features as credit cards. The fundamental difference is you can not defer payments charged generally have higher credit limits or some times no credit limits.
Debit cards-this card is may be characterized as accountholder’s mobile ATM, for this you have to have account with any bank offering credit card.

Over the years, the banking sector in India has seen a no. of changes. Most of the banks have begun to take an innovative approach towards banking with the objective of creating more value for customers and consequently, the banks. Some of the significant changes in the banking sector are discussed below.

MOBILE BANKING
Taking advantages of the booming market for mobile phones and cellular services, several banks have introduced mobile banking which allows customers to perform banking transactions using their mobile phones. For instances HDFC has introduced SMS services. Mobile banking has been especially targeted at people who travel frequently and to keep track of their banking transaction.

RURAL BANKING
One of the innovative scheme to be launched in rural banking was the KISAN CREDIT CARD (KCC) SCHMME started in fiscal 1998-1999 by NABARD. KCC mode it easier for framers to purchase important agricultural inputs. In addition to regular agricultural loans, banks to offer several other products geared to the needs of the rural people.

Private sector Banks also realized the potential in rural market. In the early 2000’s ICICI bank began setting up internet kiosks in rural Tamilnadu along with ATM machines.

NRI SERVICES
With a substantial number of Indians having relatives abroad, banks have begun to offer service that allows expatriate Indians to send money more conveniently to relatives India which is one of the major improvements in money transfer.

E-BANKING
E-Banking is becoming increasingly popular among retail banking customers. E-Banking helps in cutting costs by providing cheaper and faster ways of delivering products to customers. It also helps the customer to choose the time, place and method by which he wants to use the services and gives effect to multichannel delivery of service by the bank. This E-Banking is driven by twin engine of “customer-pull and Bank-push”.

CONCLUSION
Technology has been one of the most important factors for the development of mankind. Information and communication technology is the major advent in the field of technology which is used for access, process, storage and dissemination of information electronically. Banking industry is fast growing with the use of technology in the from of ATMs, on-line banking, Telephone banking, Mobile banking etc., plastic card is one of the banking products that cater to the needs of retail segment has seen its number grow in geometric progression in recent years. This growth has been strongly supported by the development of in the field of technology, without which this could not have been possible of course it will change our lifestyle in coming years.

The Power of Limited Time

The most powerful resource that we have is time. Everything we do is time-dependent and changes forever with the passage of time. Even though we may think that we are repeating things in fact there is no such thing as a repeatable cycle in the pure sense of the word as time is only ever going forward and cannot be slowed, stopped or reversed.

Time can not be changed itself but it does possess the supreme power to effectuate anything it touches. Conside for a moment that Man is initially driven by basic needs like hunger, shelter, love and security but as these are slowly fulfilled, he begins to desire more and more things like cars, houses, recognition, financial security for the future, etc. The future times for which he is so busily preparing, however, will come to pass quickly even whilst he is in the process of gathering things he believes to be important in this life. In other words, what we do in our allocated time is vital to a rich and fulfilling life.

We are all employees of “Eternal Time Limited” being clocked in on our individual shifts.

Time can change our moods, aspirations and how we look at ourselves and Life itself. We evolve our thoughts to a degree and then as time passes we degenerate into a state of fear, apprehension and not being so sure about that which we were previously positive about.

So how do we control Time and become masters of it? How do we use it for our advantage, even though we know that it is measured by others around us to categorise us in terms of how efficient we are in dealing with life’s affairs. Our successes and failures are measured in terms of what we have achieved in a given time.

There is an ever-increasing pressure for us to achieve more in less time. However, most of us procrastinate every day of our lives. We let the precious time roll on by without doing anything that will lead us to an improved state. We need direction, goals, aims and objectives to achieve more in less time. We can manage our time better if we have the desire to achieve smaller goals.

Frustration grows when things around us either go faster than what we would like them to or slower than our internal clocks allow. We find ourselves constantly adjusting to the speed of our environment, matching it as closely as possible so we can synchronize our collective aims and objectives.

One technique that works well is to impose a time limit on any task. If you mentally restrict the amount of time allocated for achieving a mini goal, and actively fight the urge to perfect the task then achievement of the overall goal becomes easier. We spend far more time in perfecting and completing tasks then we do in starting them and keeping them going towards completion. We hang on for the ultimate perfect result for self-satisfaction and admiration of others whereas we could in fact complete a whole series of mini tasks quite quickly and without stopping if we consciously enact this secret of major successes.

Another powerful way to achieve more in less is to automate your processes wherever possible. Use your computer for focusing on specific tasks. If you are a business owner, you can actually create pockets of Creative Time by removing yourself from a significant part of your business through automation of business processes.

Sky is the Limit for IT Jobs in Delhi

The IT industry is hiring Big- Time!!
Well the floodgates of jobs available in Delhi’s IT industry have just become wider. What are IT companies looking for? Are you ready for your dream job in Delhi?? Going by conservative estimates, the pace with which IT industry is hiring is only likely to multiply in the future. With an estimated 1.5 lakh jobs in the offing this year in India!

According to a recent survey conducted by Manpower Inc, a global recruitment consultancy firm, strong hiring has been predicted in sectors like finance and insurance as well as real estate. Since the IT element in these verticals is significantly high, job prospects would remain high. Banking, finance and insurance-related work within the IT sector is definitely something to watch out for.

IT Jobs in Delhi [http://www.timesjobs.com/delhi] are the fast growing opportunity for available jobs in Delhi. The top IT companies with prospective hiring activities are Greenfield Online, they have been providing internet survey solutions and are growing at a fast pace, Cityxsys Technologies has set up a Global Competence Center (GCC) in New Delhi being one of the largest service partners for SAP business, Accenture is one of the world’s leading management consulting, technology services and outsourcing companies, Satyam Computer Service Ltd. is a global IT consulting and services provider, IBM is India’s largest MNC employer with over 38,500 employees, Advance Computer Services Limited (ACS) has earned a reputation as a premier global provider of efficient and cost-effective solutions and services in the fast-paced and ever-changing information technology.

Interestingly, hiring is not only limited to Indian IT majors, MNCs are also playing the number game and showing the art of scaling up. Technology MNCs like IBM, Accenture, HCL infinet, HP have reported a rapid growth.

As opportunities in the IT sector continue to come by the dozens, graduates can definitely en-cash by keeping themselves updated about the trends in this business. Gyanendra singh of Mancer Consulting Services Pvt Ltd says, “There has been a drastic change the way software companies recruit now. There is a lot of emphasis on Academics of candidates & reputation of college from where he has passed out. Now companies’ don’t prefer to hire candidate who do not have sufficient technical qualification.” He adds, “Java/J2EE has been an all time favorite for most of IT MNCs but recent developments in Mobile & Telecom field has attracted many MNCs to start their R&D Centers in India. These companies are aggressively hiring candidates qualified in C/C++, protocols, DSP etc.” If you are a degree holder from a reputed institute, you will surely be hand picked by the top IT firms.

The high attrition rate has led IT companies to offer lucrative packages to retain employees. Daily pick up and drop for all employees from their residence and back, free lunch & snacks on all working days, attractive Insurance Schemes, company leased accommodation, car Lease, ESOPS etc. are being offered by all major IT companies.

Could Shankaracharya Foresee Einstein

Einstein was the greatest scientist this humanity has ever produced. He was not only the summation of the scientific progress made by the human race but was also a path breaker. He paved way for the scientists to to think about “The Infinity” which was by that time only a synonym of an absurd. He showed the limitations of human efforts by showing that there was an ultimate speed with which an action could propagate in space. Einstein sait that it was the speed of light.

Einstein was the first scientist who based his theory on the foundations of relativity. He said nothing in this was absolute. Everything is measured in relation to something else. A passsenger inside a bus moves with relation relative to the floor of the bus. The bus is moving relative to the earth. The earth is moving in relation to the sun. The sun also moves relative to some other points in the galaxy. This hierarchy is never ending. It goes on. The same is true about the mass and the length of an object. The mass of an object is measured relative to the mass of a standard weight which may be a kilogram, a pound or a stone etc. the length of an object (length means all dimension including length, breadth and depth etc.). The Einstein summed up all his results of relativity in his ‘The Special Theory of Relativity’.

For Einstein, the speed of light could not be transcended. It was a boundary of human efforts. With his Special Theory of Relativity he showed that if the speed of an object (in scientific language an object means a particle) is increased several unbelievable effects are observed. The mass of that object starts increasing with the increase in its speed (scientific word is velocity). At a speed near that of the light the mass of an object becomes infinetly high and at a speed equal to that of the light the mass of that object is infinite. Mass increases with the speed of an object was a new theory for the contemporary scientific community. It was very difficult for them to understand this new theory from einstein. Einstein proved it theoritically.

Similar results were obtained by Einstein for the effects of speed on the length of an object and time passed in a moving clock. He postulated that the length of an object starts contracting with an increase in its speed. At the ultimate speed, the length of an object becomes perfectly zero. It becomes a point without dimensions. Similarly with an increase in speed the time for the moving object passes slowly. This is called dilation of time. At the maximum speed (equal to that of the light) no time passes for the moving object.

During those day a humorous paradox was in vogue. If one of the twins soon after its birth is moved at a sufficiently high speed then on his return still as a breast feeding baby his counterpart would have grown with sons and grandsons. This is because of different amount of time passed for the who was moving and the one who was not moving. For both of them different time periods would elapse due to the difference of speeds with which they were moving.

This theory was unique for its unique implications. By that time the newtonian mechanics was in working which based all its laws and theories only for observable events. It was about the displacement, velocity, acceleration, gravitation, mass, force and the law of conservation of energy. These were all observable phenomena. The events were observed and then generalized give a theory. “Invisible and Trans-practical” subjects were not dealt with by this sceince prevailing just before the era of Einstein (this statement can safely be made about Plank’s work on Quantum mechanics and Heisenberg’s work on wave theory also).

Einstein, first of all, took the sceinces from the domain of observation to the realm of hypothesising. Hitherto the sciences talked in terms of “apparent reality” while Einstein started the era of relativity. He violated the boundary of “apparent and comprehensible” and entered the zone of “strange but true”. He showed that his hypothesis was a general applicability and the then prevailing scientific beliefs were a special case of his theory of Relativity. He did never show that the prevailing and percievable newtonian mechanics was wrong rather he only said that the truth lies beyond that pervievable sciences also.

Adi Shankaracharya was also one among those great luminaries which this humanity has ever witnessed. He also propounded a new path and took philosophy to an ultimate state. The highest epistemological point the philosophy ever saw in the human history was propounded by Adi Shankaracharya. Those who are the students of philosophy would be knowing that among the contemporary existentilists philosophies a lot has been borrowed from Shankarachayra. Husserl’s phenomenology would be a clear violation of copyright of Adi Shankaracharya’s Advait Vedanta, had it been existing there at that time. Adi Shankaracharya’s Advait Vedanta.

Advait Vedanta propounded the oneness of this world, however he menifested the relative existence at more than one level. Advait Vedanta propounded that the total existence is at three relative levels. First level is Pratibhasik or apparent. Here the knowledge is always full of illusions and as soon as the right caue is remedied this Pratibhasik appearance is lost and Pragmatic level of existence called Vyavharik Gyan would come into play.

Vyavharik Gyan is the level of existence where this whole world lives in its routine life. It is not false but it is not the ultimate reality also. There is a possibility of still a higher level of existence. This ultimate level of existence is called the Parmarthik level or it may be called the level of absolute knowledge. This level of Parmarthik of knowledge is attained only when through the knowledge of absolute the ignorance i.e. Avidya is removed. What is Avidya for an individual is Maya for the whole world. It shows that Maya is the sum total of all Avidyas of all individuals.

This knowledge of the absolute is called the Brahamgyan. One who attains this Brahamgyan is called Brahamgyani. Shankaracharya never propounded the theory of falsity of this world for a common man. For a common man this world at Vyavharik level is a reality. It becomes Mithya only for those who had already attained Brahamgyan. Before attaining Brahamgyan this world is as true as anything. It is not an illusion like Pratibhasik knowledge.

The existence of Maya is only for Brahamgyanies. For a common man there is nothing called Maya. For him everything in the world and of the world is a truth. The mountains are true, flowers are true, deities are true, the god is true, so on and so forth. It is not the object specific. It does not depends on the objects. It does not depend on the world or the seeker rather it depends on the level of the seeker’s knowledge. By the time the knowledge or Gyan of the seeker does not transcend the Vyavharik level and attain Parmarthik level of Gyan there is no contradiction in taking this world as true. But once the knowledge enters the domain of Parmarthik Gyan everything of this world becoms Mithya and only the Braham is the absolute there.

Those who studied Adi Shankaracharya and Einstein both, may find that adopting different paths both of them arrived at the same conclusions. These conclusions are not subject specific. These conclusions hold good for physics, for philosophy, for religion and now for societies and political systems also.

Both of Adi Shankaracharya and Einstein initiated the theory of relativity in their fields. They propounded the concept of relative values of the entities. For Einstein an object may appear as lying stationary when viewed in comparison of the earth but when it is viewed from the sun or the moon it may appear as moving. It is also possible that a star appearing moving from the earth may appear stationary from some other celestial body as the polar star appears stationary from the earth. Every motion, every position, every shape, every size, every color, every age, every vision is relative to some other reference points. This is exactly what Shankaracharya had said about eight hundred years back.

It may appear a snake at twilight but when a torch is lit it is found a string. Further on receiving the light of Parmarthik Gyan this string also disappears and only the Braham remains their. It may appear a piece of silver from a distance but on removing the distance between the object and the eyes it is found an oyester. On attaining the absolute knowledge i.e. the Brahamgyan this oeyster would also disappear and what it remains is the only Braham.

For Einstein the deciding factor is the speed (velocity) of the object and for Adi Shankaracharya it was the level of the knowledge i.e. the Gyan. Despite that, there is one very surprising similarity between both of Einstein and Adi Shankaracharya.

For Einstein when an object attains a speed equal to that of the light its length would vanish. It would occupy zero space. It would transcend the limitations of space. Similarly at this speed, the time would be infinitely dilated. No time would pass for that object. Hence Einstein says when a body attains the speed of light it would transcend the limitations of the space and the time. This object would no longer exist in the coordinates of the space and the time which was the essential condition for its existence. This object would now exist (!) in the spacelessness and the timelessness. This conclusions startled each and every contemporary scientist of Einsteinian Era.

Adi Shankaracharya also took the Brahamgyanies to the same state of the timelessness. Which he called as Trikaalateet i.e. existing beyond the limits of time. On attaining Brahamgyan one merges into the Braham itself. Braham is the sum total of all and every thing. It encompasses all. The space and the time are within the Braham and the Braham is not in the space and time. Becoming the Braham is transcending the limits of the space and time.

Readers may feel confused at this point of this article. They are taught about the differences of the science and the philosophy, of Shankaracharya and Einstein, of the Advait Vedanta and the Special Theory of Relativity. For their consolation, this article is further developed.

There has been a basic difference between the methodologies adopted by these two veterans. Einstein proceeded from inside out and Adi Shankaracharya did it from outside in. The earlier ventured upon the outer world and the later explored the inner self. The earlier used the outer world to highten his inner self and the later expanded his inner self to encompass the outer world. But both of them reached a state of spacelessness and the timelessness.

Here it is again a messge for those who keep arguing that the sciences and the religions are essentially different; that the different disciplines impart varying knowledge which cannot be conciled and that the future of the human race is always diversifying.