The knowledge of all Subjects and Categories

What we shall know at the first instant :

In the healthy condition of man, the spiritual vital force (autocracy), the dynamis that animates the material body (organism), rules with unbounded sway, and retains all the parts of the organism in admirable, harmonious, vital operation, as regards both sensations and functions, so that our indwelling, reason-gifted mind can freely employ this living, healthy instrument for the higher purpose of our existence.

When a person falls ill, it is only this spiritual, self-acting (automatic) vital force, everywhere present in his organism, that is primarily deranged by the dynamic influence upon it of a morbific agent inimical to life; it is only the vital force, deranged to such an abnormal state, that can furnish the organism with its disagreeable sensations, and incline it to the irregular processes which we call disease; for, as a power invisible in itself, and only cognizable by its effects on the organism, its morbid derangement only makes itself known by the manifestation of disease in the sensations and functions of those parts of the organism exposed to the senses of the observer and physician, that is, by morbid symptoms, and in no other way can it make itself known.[Dr.Samuel Hahnemann ORGANON OF MEDICINE]

Knowledge and human power are synonymous, since the ignorance of the cause frustrates the effect; for nature is only subdued by submission, and that which in contemplative philosophy corresponds with the cause in practical science becomes the rule. [Sir Francis Bacon, Novum Organum – 1620 ]

The 64 Arts Of The Kama Sutra are:-

1. Singing-Indian-Western
2. Playing a musical instrument
3. Dancing
4.  A combination of singing, using musical instruments and dancing
5. Writing and drawing
6.The Art of Tattooing
7. Adorning an idol with flowers
8. The art of spreading flowers on a bed or on the ground
9. Coloring fabrics, nail and body with colors from plants
10. Fixing colored glass tiles on floor
11.The art of making a bed
12.Producing music by striking glasses of water
13. The art of storing water in reservoirs
14. The art of picture making and decorating
15. Making rosaries, necklaces, garlands
16. Tying turbans
17. Stage playing
18. The art of making ear ornaments
19. The art of making perfumes
20. Proper care of jewels, decorations and ornaments
21. Magic (sorcery)
22. Manual skills
23. Cooking (culinary skills)
24. Making combination drinks and flavored drinks i.e.– lemonades, sherbet etc
25. Tailoring and sewing
26. Making handicrafts e.g.– parrots, flowers etc. from thread
27. Skilsl to solve riddles, puzzles and covert speeches
28. The skill of Antakshari (a singing game were one must start with the letter with which other person’s song ended)
29. The skill of imitating natural sounds
30. Reading, chanting and intoning
31. Mastering tongue twisters
32. Skills at martial arts (the skills to use sword, stick, bow and arrow)
33. Skill to reach logical conclusions based on given facts
34. Carpentry
35. Architecture
36. Knowledge about gold, silver and gems
37. Chemistry (knowledge of properties of materials)
38. The art of coloring jewels or beads
39. Knowledge of mines
40. Gardening
41.The art of cock fighting (getting cocks, quail or rams to fight and make the fowl/animal victorious)
42.Teaching parrots or starlings to talk
43.Applying perfumes on body and hair
44. Understanding of code language
45. Spoonerism (purposefully interchanging position of letters of words while speaking)
46. Knowledge of languages
47. Knowledge of making flower chariots
48. Knowledge of making mystical graphics, spells and charms and ways to avoid spells
49.Mental exercises
50. Composing poems
51. Knowledge of dictionaries and vocabulary
52. The art of impersonation
53. Impersonation of materials i.e.– make common things appear fine rare substances (make cotton appear to be silk)
54. Knowledge of gambling
55. Using mantras (enchantments) to take away others’ possession
56.Skills in sports and games
57.The art of social conduct, paying respect and sending compliments
58. Knowledge of war, arms and army deployment
59. Knowledge of gymnastics
60. The skills of knowing a person’s real character from his conduct
61. The skill of reading and composing verses
62. The skills of enjoying arithmetic puzzles
63. Making artificial flowers
64. Making images with clay

 BULLET 2 Domains of  General knowledge
  1. Art
  2. Biology
  3. Culture
  4. Communication Skill
  5. Cookery
  6. Discovery and exploration
  7. Fashion
  8. Film
  9. Finance
  10. Games
  11. General science
  12. Geography
  13. History
  14. History of science
  15. Law
  16. Literature
  17. Mathematics
  18. Medicin
  19. Music
  20. Politics
  21. Sport
  22. Technology
  23. Television
Aristotle classified knowledge in three different types :
  1. Episteme (Scientific Knoledge),
  2. Techné (Skill and crafts) and
  3. Phronesis (Wisdom).

Whereas episteme concerns theoretical know why and techné denotes technical know how, phronesis emphasizes practical knowledge and practical ethics.

The branches of knowledge as per KOUTILYA-CHANAKYA in ARTHA SASTRA

Branches of knowledge are:

  1. Logical analysis [ANVIKSIKI]
  2. The Vedas[ TRAYEEE]- three types of communication Poetrical – prose narrative -musical
  3. Business [BARTA]
  4. Political science[DANDANITI]

gāndharvaṃ nṛttam ālekhyaṃ vādyaṃ ca gaṇitaṃ kalāḥ ।

arthaśāstraṃ dhanurvedaṃ yatnād rakṣen mahīpatiḥ ॥ cāṇakya-rājanīti 75

Music, dance, painting, discourse, mathematics, technologies, economics and military science, a king should painstakingly protect.

KNOW THYSELF APPROACH OF KNOWLEDGE

Acting-dramatics
Anger-arrogance
Assessments
Awareness situational
Body Image
Body Language
Boredom

Brain Controlling
Clothes – Makeup
Complaining
Confidence
Death consciousness
Depression

Ego
Emotions
Ethics-good standing
Exposure to Violence
Fear
Focus
Forgiveness
Goals
Grieving
Happiness
Heredity
Human Nature
Identity self
Life Quotes
Lying and art of concealing
Meditation
Mental Health
Morality
Observations
Over Reacting

Patience
People Smart
Personality
Physical Health
Positive Thinking
Reality
Relationships
Routines

Sanity
Self Control
Self Discipline
Self Smart
Social Intelligence
Spirituality
Stress
Suicidal tendencies

Therapy
Traits
Trauma
Will Power
Worry

Devider