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All science is disciplined observation leavened by insight: beginning with particular experience and common sense, science arrives at general and uncommon sense. In this sense, everyone is a scientist, but most of the time we do not proceed far enough, nor do we bring the discipline on to much of our experience.
In these musings, Sri Dwaraknath Reddy has given us a chance to share his experiences and he invites us to analyse our own. His similes and metaphors are contemporary. I found this to be very helpful. Many sincere scholars seem to be of the opinion that only objective experience can be subject of scientific analysis and communication. They overlook the fact that reproducible reliable subjective experiences can be communicated and evoked. Dwaraknath shows us by example how this is to be done.
While I was at first surprised by the title, The Physics of Karma, on reflection I found it to be a very appropriate choice. I am pleased to introduce this book to the scientific spirit of enquiry in all of you, professional scientist and layman alike.
– From the Foreword by Dr. E.C.G. Sudarshan