The Gospel of Thomas & The Gita

The one idea closest to truth, summarizing the Absolute-Relative polarity, is expressed both in The Bhagavad Gita and The Gospel of Thomas, and I am sure elsewhere, particularly in European Phenomenology.

Gita 2:16 says “What is real cannot not be; what is unreal cannot be. This has been realized by the seers of truth.”

In the Gospel of Thomas, 11:2, Jesus says “The dead are not alive, and the living will not die.”

This is the philosopher’s stone and ought to be realized.

6 thoughts on “The Gospel of Thomas & The Gita

    1. Thanks for your comment. You are right, this Gospel is not accepted in most places; it is unfortunate because it has very interesting verses in it.
      I have recently started my graduate studies in physics and my own research is about quantum physics and entanglement. Especially there is a part that I am working on is called Wheeler-DeWitt equation which describes the universe as timeless; it may be similar to what you meant. I am going to look at the link you sent. Thanks for sharing it.

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    2. My lines of research is very similar to your post. I too adhere to a similar research in which the big bang and the universe have not really ever happened though they appear to be. I am glad I saw your post. I will follow more deeply to it.

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  1. A Course In Miracles begins with a similar statement: Nothing real can be threatened. Nothing unreal exists. Herein lies the Peace of God.

    I’m very interested to hear more about your work. Going to check out the above link, too!

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