"Bhakti-yoga: A Method of Nonmechanistic Science (Part III)"

BTG Issue: 
December 1981 | Vol. 16 No. 12
"How a transcendental scientist gains knowledge of the Absolute."

"The term science refers to knowledge we can reliably verify by practical methods. So to study a subject scientifically, we must clearly understand how to use our senses to obtain trustworthy knowledge of what we are studying. This article, which concludes a series from the forthcoming book Mechanistic and Nonmechanistic Science, examines how a person can take advantage of his innate transcendental senses to obtain direct knowledge of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krsihna, who is the ultimate object of study in the science of bhakti-yoga."

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