Survival was then the basic object of their existence. They were brought together by the common need to survive or by the herd principle which meant little individuality. But as humans developed into families, clans and groups, life became easier and they began to think independently out of the survival principle.
By Prof. Dr. Akal Bahadur Singh May 09, 2022
Compared to Eastern thinking, psychology in the West is more physiological, and so different schools of psychology do encompass elements related to the physiological aspect of the mind, particularly in the context of psychiatry.
By Prof. Dr. Akal Bahadur Singh Mar 16, 2022
Psychological transformation is transcending the psychological structure consisting of our mental attributes i.e. mind, body, feelings, emotion etc, as these are ever changing and have no permanent existence, and arise because of our lack of understanding the psychological processes which is a never ending thought process.
By Prof. Dr. Akal Bahadur Singh Mar 04, 2022
Progress is then mainly materialistic, scientific and outward oriented. Our efforts are then focused more on developing, enriching and perfecting our body/physical being, life/vital being and earth-bound mind or mental being. Knowledge is then limited to the knowledge of the nature of things.
By Prof. Dr. Akal Bahadur Singh Feb 07, 2022
The philosophers and scientists, starting with the eighteenth and nineteenth century philosophers who were somehow influenced by Eastern thought, realized that they cannot do away with subjective experiences, - which the previous scientists and philosophers termed as mere subjective impressions.
By Prof. Dr. Akal Bahadur Singh Dec 20, 2021
Science does not understand the psychological process of mind. So there is a qualitative gap between science and religion. This severely limits our mental capacity and our normal mind cannot smoothly grade into the domain of psychology.
By Prof. Dr. Akal Bahadur Singh Oct 08, 2021