Posted: 06.03.2018
 
jainnewsviews.com by Philip Horváth The first time I consciously remember hearing about Jainism was when I was in the middle of an obsession with sevens and eights. Inspired by Timothy Leary’s and Robert Anton Wilson’s “Game of Life” and Arthur Young’s Theory of Process , I had been playing with various matrices that describe universe in sets of seven (e.g. Chakras) and eights (e.g. the Law of...
Posted: 28.02.2018
 
jainnewsviews.com The son of the first Tirthankara of Jainism, Rishabhadev Swami; Bahubali is a revered figure among the Jains. Jainism holds up Bahubali as the one who succeeded in attaining liberty from worldly desires through a long period of sustained meditation. The story of Bahubali, though varied in details, is that of a ruler who won against his brother and was filled with grief over his actions and...

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