Attorney-at-Law, Behavioural Scientist, Educationist, Thought Leader, Peace Ambassador & Strategist, Pioneer of e-Consciousness, Author of books including Clinical Psychology, Fundamentals of Theology, Organisational Behavior, Buddhism & Christianity.
Prof.Lakshman is fascinated by neuro-linguistics, a theory of nothingness, emotion and the brain, eudaimonia, humans, animals, sounds, nature, waterfalls, poetry, and roses. So often I get carried away with Wordsworth and wander lonely as a cloud and dance with the daffodils. This is real life to be lived to the fullest!! His vision is: Empowering people to maximize their potential, lead optimal lives and get a chance to smell the roses.
Academic Board Member EDU Brussels: Chancellor University For Global Peace; Senior International Governor of AUGP USA and Chairman AUGP USA SL Operations. Chairman Illustrious Personalities of Sri Lanka. Professor of TUA- the University of America and Professor Amity College, USA. Amity College is a Member of the International Association of Buddhist Universities-IABU.
International President/ Chairman Medicina Alternativa Alma Ata 1962. Knight Commander and Grand Chancellor Knights of Charity Order St John of Jerusalem K ST J : Professor and Consultant Psychologist MA Colombo South Government General University Teaching Hospital from 1993 to 2005.
He believes that the repository of Organizational Knowledge is not in databases or intranets but in human consciousness together which forms the “Mind of the Organization“, which has a unique identity distinct from the individual minds that form it. My quest is to look beyond blockchain technology and find a medium that connects individual consciousness replicating experiences so others could tap them as if from a large stream of never-ending consciousness, which ultimately becomes the fabric of immortality.
Prof.Lakshman has been involved in the extensive study of Veda and 40 branches of Ved in human physiology, Altered States of Consciousness, comparing Buddhagosha’s Visuddhimagga with Karl Bath’s Dogmatics and Comparative Religions. Some of his dealings with Apologetics could be seen here while Buddhism could be accessed on this page. His review of Pope Benedict’s encyclical: Spe Salvi Facti Sumus could be seen here.
Visuddhimagga is the ‘great treatise’ on Theravada Buddhist doctrine written by Buddhaghosa approximately in the 5th Century in Sri Lanka. It is a manual condensing and systematizing the 5th century understanding and interpretation of the Buddhist path as maintained by the elders of the Mahavihara Monastery in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka. It is considered the most important Theravada text outside of the Tipitaka canon of scriptures. His research mentions that a usual observation is that comparison is the fundamental way to gain an understanding of anything. Succinctly, all knowledge is comparative. The dissertation illustrates, in an intentional and explicit way, this observation with the claim that comparative inquiry evinces insights and truths that non-comparative inquiry does not.