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The Fields of Cognition

Book cover "The Fields of Cognition"

Kshetra Kshetragna: The Field and the Knower of the field

446 pages, 14.5 x 21cm, 15 €. Book in Spanish Language.

Here we have Sesha's masterpiece par excellence. Divided into two sections (one theoretical and another which expands on the previous subject through the use of aphorisms), this book summarises the essence of all that is possible to know.

Through its 163 aphorisms  the reader is introduced to fields ranging from eastern to western philosophy, from physics to medicine, from ethics to metaphysics and epistemology, from inner to outer meditation, from transcendental to simple. It is yet another incomparable book, especially recommended to the most thorough of searchers into the depth of Being.

The book contains explicit graphs and tables which summarise the complexity of the subject. It is a book of conscientious analysis that takes the reader through the most surprising regions of human and divine thought.

Selection of texts

Introduction Chapter II (PDF) Aphorisms 33,85 y 162 (PDF)

Index

Introduction

Preface by the Editor

 

PART ONE

CHAPTER I: THE ESSENTIAL NATURE OF NON-DUALITY

Common Sense

Logic And Beauty

Logic

Duality And Information

Dual Paradox

The Nature Of Information

Information

Field Of Information

Field Of Cognition

The Non-Dual Nature Of Information

The Whole And The Part

The Mind: The Great Frontier

Probability

Conservation

Uncertainty

Symmetry

The Thousands Of Worlds

 

CHAPTER II: DUAL AND NON-DUAL MODELS IN REALITY

 

Duality And Non-Duality

Impermanence

Paradoxes

Information

Differentiated Information

Non-Differentiated Information

Fields Of Information

Closed Information Fields

Open Information Fields

Consciousness

Fields Of Cognition

The Nature Of Cognition Fields

Closed Cognition Fields

Open Cognition Fields

 

CHAPTER III: THE FOUR CONSTRAINTS

 

The Four Constraints

The Constraint Of Borders

The Borders

The Sensory Border

Spatial Constraint

The Nature Of Space

Part And Whole

Causal Constraint

Interpretive Constraint

Name And Form

 

CHAPTER IV: INFORMATION MODALITIES

 

Information

Differentiated Information

Undifferentiated Information

 

CAPÍTULO/CHAPTER V: FIELD MODALITIES

 

The Field

Cognition Field And Sensory Border

The Closed Field – Differentiated Information

The Dream Cognition Field

The Cognition Field of the Thought State

The Causal Sense

The Observation State Cognition Field

Closed Field – Undifferentiated Information

The Concentration State Cognition Field

Open Field – Undifferentiated Information

The Meditation State Cognition Field

 

SEGUNDA PARTE/PART TWO

CHAPTER VI: APHORISMS AND THEIR EXPLAINATIONS

The Nature Of Consciousness (Aphorisms 1 and 2)



II- The Nature Of Dual Fields (Aphorisms 3 to 46)

Information Fields (Aphorisms 4 to 9)

Causality/Coincidence (Aphorisms 10 to 11

Espacialidad/Spaciality (Aphorisms 12 to 13)

Frontier/Border (Aphorisms 14 to 20)

Interpretation (Aphorisms 21 to 23)

Consciousness (Aphorisms 24 to 28

Cognition Fields (Aphorisms 29 to 42)

The Modes Of The Agent Of Perception  (Aphorism 43)

Dream Subject (Aphorism 44)

Subject (Aphorism 45)

Exin (Aphorism 46)

 

III- The nature of Non-dual fields (Aphorisms 47 to 67)

Non-Dual Information (Aphorism 48)

The Field Of Cognition (Aphorisms 49 To 52)

Concentration (Aphorisms 53 To 56)

Meditation (Aphorisms 57 To 59

Samadhi (Aphorisms 60 To 67)

 

IV- Duality And Non-Duality (Aphorisms 68 To 93)

 

Maya (Aphorisms 68 To 74)

The Mind (Aphorisms 75 To 77)

Karma (Aphorisms 78 To 84)

Discernment (Aphorism 85)

Duality And Non-Duality (Aphorisms 86 To 93)

 

V- Characteristics in the Fields of Cognition (Aphorisms 94 to 121)

 

Symmetry (Aphorism 94 to 102)

Probability (Aphorisms 103 to 112)

Conservation (Aphorisms 113 to 115)

Ubiquity and Instantaneousness (Aphorisms 116 to 117)

Indetermination or uncertainty (Aphorisms 118 to 121)

 

VI- The nature of a knower of a closed field of Cognition (Aphorisms 122 to 128)

 

VII- How to transform a Dual field into a Non-dual field (Aphorisms 129 to 155)

Meditation (Aphorisms 129 to 138)

Dissolution of the Border constraint (Aphorisms 139 to 143)

Dissolution of the Spatial constraint (Aphorisms 144 to 147) Dissolution of the Coincidental/Causal constraint (Aphorisms 148 to 151)

Dissolution of the Interpretive constraint (Aphorisms 152 a 155)

 

VIII- Final Liberation (Aphorisms 156 to 163)

 

APPENDICES

Appendix 1.- The Paradox of Borders

 

Appendix 2.- The Nature of Information

The materialistic concept of information

The idealistic concept of information

The universe is information

What is information?

Characteristics of information

Instability

Probability

Symmetry

Synchrony

Conservation

Uncertainty

 

Appendix 3.- Aphorisms: Kshetra Kshetragna /The Field and the Knower of the Field)

 

 

 

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