No Big Bang? No beginning?

The widely accepted age of the universe, as estimated by general relativity, is 13.8 billion years. In the beginning, everything in existence is thought to have occupied a single infinitely dense point, or singularity. Only after this point began to expand in a “Big Bang” did the universe officially begin.

Although the Big Bang singularity arises directly and unavoidably from the mathematics of general relativity, some scientists see it as problematic because the math can explain only what happened immediately after—not at or before—the singularity.

“The Big Bang singularity is the most serious problem of general relativity because the laws of physics appear to break down there,” Ahmed Farag Ali at Benha University and the Zewail City of Science and Technology, both in Egypt, told

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Sin Vs Suffering comparing Karl Bath’s Dogmatics with Vissudhimaga

A usual observation is that comparison is the fundamental way to gain understanding of anything. Succinctly, all knowledge is comparative. This 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. The difficulty of this claim is twofold: first, it would be difficult, if possible, to study something non-comparatively with the purpose of showing what is not learned in the process. Thus there is no counterpoint against which to contrast the knowledge gained from this comparative study….

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Neuro-Physiological correlates of Altered states of Consciousness

One of the central problems unconsciousness research is the lack of a taxonomy of consciousness. Freud’s two part division of consciousness into a) the conscious and b) the subconscious, besides its well-noted verbal confusion (viz., how could something subconscious ever be said to be conscious), is simply not an adequate conceptual device for handling all the various varieties of conscious states. Maslow’s two part division into..

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Spe Salvi Facti Sumus- Pope Benedict’s encyclical on hope

In the encyclical about hope running into about 75 pages, Pope Benedict is not proposing afacile hope in heaven undoing injustices of life on earth. Indeed, this is where he brings inDostoyevsky. The Pope asserts that “the last Judgment is not primarily an image of terror, butan image of hope”. A world without God is a world without hope, and “God is justice”. OnlyGod can provide the justice that sustains hope in the better future—the eternal life—for oneand all. “God is justice and creates justice. This is our consolation and our hope. And in his justice there is also grace. This we know by turning our gaze to the crucified and risen Christ.Both these things—justice and grace—must be seen in their correct inner relationship..

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Job Descriptions Manual for practitioners

An accurate job description, composed with clarify and brevity and based on the careful analysis of the tasks performed, is essential not only for the staffing process but for job evaluation and the full range of Human Resources functions. Without job description as a guideline, interviewing job candidates would be difficult, selecting the right person would be a gamble. Performance appraisals would be more guess work, evaluations for  promotions would be subject to personal rather than professional considerations, selecting for training would be haphazard, and comparison structure might be invalid. Having a set of job descriptions doe s notautomatically solve all personnel problems. But considering how valuable and useful they are, it is surprising that many companies avoid them or are content to use that are too vague or too good to be meaningful….

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Eucharistic Consciousness

The Holy Eucharist is the oldest experience of Christian Worship as well as the most distinctive. Eucharist comes from the Greek word which means thanksgiving. In a particular sense, the word describes the most important form of the Church’s attitude toward all of life. The origin of the Eucharist is traced to the Last Supper at which Christ instructed His disciples to offer bread and wine in His memory. The Eucharist is the most distinctive event of Orthodox worship because in it the Church gathers to remember and celebrate the Life, Death, and Resurrection of Christ and, thereby, to participate in the mystery of Salvation.

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E-Consciousness a higher state of Consciousness!!

E-Consciousness a higher state of Consciousness…IQ,EQ,PQ,SQ….and more !!

My own research has revealed that until and unless the inner core of a person is radically transformed, training undertaken at the outer superficial sensory  level  will not be sufficient enough to penetrate deep down and  make an inner transformation at the “Core” or at an  integral level. This is the level that human beings have often sensed, or have often felt a need for, which is broader or larger or fuller than the ordinary world, and in some sense lies “beyond” the threshold which normally bounds our existence.

What are some of the results of transcendence experiences of the sort instanced above? In the first place, it is likely that these are experiences of a very high order, of the sort Maslow  terms “peak experiences”, in which the individual is most alive, most healthy, and at the peak of his capabilities. Maslow allows for gradations in peak experiences, and would fit this sort of experience high on the scale, perhaps as the intense most type of peak experience. The results that accrue as a result of peak experiences are: positive changes in the self image, positive changes in interpersonal relationships, remission of neurotic symptoms (at least for a time), increased creativity, increased spontaneity and self-expression, and so on, in the realm of psychological improvement.

Here are some of my own unique findings of a state of E-Consciousness and inner Transformation.

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Research Theses available in  print:
1. Neuro-Physiological Correlates of Altered States of Consciounsess
2. Sin Vs Suffering- a comparison of Buddhagosha’s Vissudhimaga with Karl Bath’s Dogmatics
3. Does an Authentic Personal Brand emerge from an Enlivened Consciousness resulting in Enhanced Social Capital
Some new paradigms of  thinking
* E-Consciousness– Expanded, Enlivened consciousness and the specific ways to understand & activate these subtle levels. This is a higher dimension of E=Mc^2 , that help people live, love, learn and laugh- the 4L’s with two symbols Manzshe and Laksie.
* Human Resource function has to transcend the traditional boundaries and its routine mundane limits to encompass the Organizational Consciousness. HR Practitioners need to be leaders who are capable of understanding Human Consciousness and help build Human Rhythm (coined by him in HR) within a quantum organizational universe which operates in line with well known quantum theories applied to the physical world.
* The repository of Organizational Knowledge is not in data bases 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.
* The commonly accepted six thinking hats need to be replaced with a more comprehensive seven hats which includes the “Gold hat” penetrating deeper dimensions of psyche.
* In renewing the mind, one needs to finally accept the reality of falling on “top of one’s own mind “.
* There is a compelling need for the Legal sphere to understand and incorporate facets of Therapeutic Jurisprudence.
* 4C model of Leadership (competence, commitment, character and consciousness) which aligns with the latest 4D model of human behaviour (acquire ,bond, comprehend, defend ).
* Relational Perspective of Eucharistic Consciousness which operates within a multi-dimensional reality.

Some research papers and publications
Job Evaluation- Application of a point factor plan to employees of the Weaving department of Wellawatte mills – 1980
Industrial Relations in South Asia compared with the position in Sri Lanka- Country paper to Ministry of labour Japan, Scholarship – 1981
Analysis of Emotions using Managerial Grid- Training workbook for senior managers of Alfuttaim UAE, 1983
Compensation Survey of Gulf Countries- Alfuttaim, UAE, research – 1986
Modern day Cults- Research, Cal. Graduate School, USA1987
A Christian critique of the salvific beliefs of Islam- Doctoral dissertation Cal Graduate School , USA 1990- research at Al Ain University dept of Shariah under Dr.Subooni.
Job Evaluation and Analysis Handbook-Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, UAE, 1992
Treatment of Abnormal Psychological problems through Complementary modes of treatment- University of Brighton,UK, 1992
UAE Country report- A comparatve study of the faiths in the Gulf- Research, Haggai Institute, Singapore,1993
Competency Based Recruitment- Standard Chartered Bank, SL, 1994
Appraisal as a Counselling tool- Standard Chartered Bank, SL, 1995
Staff Handbook – Standard Chartered Bank, SL, 1995
Mechanics of Research for degree Students- 1996
Quantitative Techniques for Managers-Booklet, Sri Lanka, 1997
A Christian critique of the Buddhist Concept of Suffering- A comparison of Karl Barth’s Dogmatics (1939), with Buddhagosha’s Vissudhimagga ( 5 th Century) Research,  USA 1999 .
Neuro-Physiological Correlates of Altered States of Consciousness – Doctoral dissertation Clinical Psychology OU- 1995
A Manual of Theology for Advanced Students- Sri Lanka, 2000
Latest Research on E CONSCIOUSNESS Sri Lanka, 2002
Handbook of e-Consciousness with Lotus pond Relaxation CD, 2002.
The Origin of Quaranic Manuscripts- 1991, Islamic Jurisprudence
The Buddhist Concept of Mind -Comparative religions, USA, 1992
Mind Body Equilibrium- 1,113~ A holistic model; Ayurveda, Asterisms in healing of diseases, Journal of Vedic Studies, 2000
Organizational Behavior and Leadership Dynamics-book- 1995
Clinical Psychology – book-2001
Industrial Relations of South East Asia- Japan-1981
Religions- 12 volumes (joint publication ) first two volumes covering Buddhism and Christianity (1500 pages each) released in November 2004
The Psychology of healing- Nov 2005



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