Ancient Indian Philosophy

Ancient Indian Philosophy

Samrat Urval

February 23, 2021

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Philosophy is the mother of all subjects as from philosophy emerged other important subjects we know of today. The nature of philosophy is the study of general and fundamental questions about knowledge, existence, values, reason, mind, language etc. It helps to break down the barrier of personal bias and enables one to explore the philosophical question posed in its true nature. 

One can intellectually philosophize anything, but the real question is — what value does that serve? The understanding of intellectual matter is fun for the mind as it challenges the familiar patterns of the mind. It makes one think and rethink about their position on a particular subject or issue. However, the nature of the mind is that it loves its old patterns and given an opportunity would fall right back in line. It can be frustrating to be caught in this loop because it seldom gets any answers that can be applied and practised. 

Unless the mind and body do not experientially immerse itself into the realm of philosophical exploration, it does not budge much. Once experiential nature of action and reflection is real because one takes an idea, discusses it, applies it, reflects, learns from it, reapply it and gets a new philosophical understanding creating meaningful change for change is the only constant real thing.

We at IEXP 360 based in the land of incredible India are a true paradise for philosophical exploration. One can have innate discussions as different points of view are looked like a blessing contributing to the deep-rooted vast ancient knowledge existing here. India is a land of seekers for there is no one path to reach an ultimate goal. The sheer diversity brings many philosophical underpinnings to the same view and can often leave one with a sense of awe. 

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