This book is a pioneering study that reconciles the traditional understanding of the Vedic Gods, taken as the constituents of the individualís consciousness, with new discoveries of neuroscience.
Using a variety of sources, the book argues that the Gods may be seen as the cognitive centres in the brain or the archetypal projections of an objective consciousness on the subjective mind.
This book will be useful to scholars of religion, psychology and the emerging new science of consciousness.
About the Author:
Subhash Kak is a world renowned scientist and historian of ideas. Currently Delaune Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Professor in the Asian Studies Program at Louisiana State University, he has authored fourteen books and more than 250 research papers in the fields of information theory, quantum mechanics, neural networks, and history of science. He was awarded the Science Academy Medal and the Goyal Prize, and he was the National Fellow of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla during 2001-2002.