Buddhism and quantum physics: Generality

 
 
 
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    The generalized concept of Buddhism is presented in terms quantum physics, which can be used to practice and reach the noble human life, where the related Buddhism principles can be formulated by the quantum physics concept. This can lead to meet the well-known Buddhism practical states, where they are the contemplation and perception. Finally, the zero energy state (nirvana) can be achieved and realized, which is benefit to the un-limited brain performance condition and discussed.


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    Quantum Buddhism; Brain Performance; Contemplation; Perception; Spirit Blueprint; Birth and Death Cycle.

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      [6] P.P. Yupapin S. Pantian and and J. Ali, Čerenkov Radiation: The Space-Time Paradox, Nature & Science, 11(12) (2013) 116-119.


 

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Article ID: 4860
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijsw.v3i2.4860




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