I am getting started on using Zettelkasten. Here is one of my zettels, the purpose here is to capture concepts in Indian philosophy and discover connections. I look forward to your critiques/feedback:
In Indian philosophy, light can be understood as both physical and metaphysical. Prakasha refers to manifested light. There are three types: * ordinary fire (_jada agni_), * sunlight (_saura agni_), * lightning (_vaidyuta agni_). The original spiritual light is _jyoti_. How does physical light interface with the metaphysical? * Physical light sustains life on Earth, for example, sunlight provides energy through photosynthesis. * [[Prometheus stole fire and was punished for giving power to humans]] * Light enables creation, as consciousness is the first element required. * Light is involved in metaphysical visions too: 1._Krishna_ grants _Arjuna_ a glimpse of his effulgent divine form, which _Sanjay_ also perceives through inner sight. 2. The _Nachiketa_ and _Yama_ story conveys spiritual light's ability to illuminate the knowledge of death and immortality. Source: link
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