His Current Devised Strategy, Efforts to Prompt Actions, Maintaining Discipline, Consistency and being Systematic

He knows that success is mix of strong tenacity of purpose/ mission, vision, strategy, tact/ prompt decisions, prompt actions, perpetual efforts, maintaining discipline, schedule, consistency and systematicness. Now, he has mission, vision, even makes prompt prudent decisions, but the part that he lags is prompt actions, perpetual efforts, time and work management, maintaining discipline, schedule, consistency and being systematic. He wants to achieve career goal that he has expressed – becoming businessman or monarch. To be administrator or governor of organization or state one should achieve success in administrating and governing himself.

He wants to prove to psychiatrist and the world by becoming and achieving status of both entrepreneur and monarch. He has achieved first step of success after fighting hard and continuously by efforts and simple tact. He has regularized circadian rhythms and achieved sleeping schedule of starting at 23.00h at the most to 4.30h at the most. He has to work beyond this in managing time and work efficiently and optimally. This would lead his work culture and lifestyle to be organized. He has tendency to relapse into irregularity but he has to effort continuously to maintain discipline, schedule, consistency and being systematic and efficient work and time management. He has found a means to achieve this by reminding purpose, motivation, what and how of maintaining discipline, being systematic, efficient time and work management time and  time again by displaying them as desktop background.

As for his academic or scientific project is concerned, motivation is twofold – it has both spiritual and material implications. Spiritual implication is fulfilling godly mission by giving secular perspective to Spiritual Knowledge. Material implication is to enable him to learn volumes of information – Spiritual as well as material Knowledge in short time by finding or developing technology of transferring data in digital form from computer into brain as neural data. This would in turn enable him in fulfilling his godly mission more efficiently.

As for business he is educated, tech savvy, has got insights, prudence about arming himself with knowledge drawn from financial engineering, management, digital marketing, business laws, business communication, etc. Further as, doing job is not viable for him as per job market trends, he has no other career option.

Certainly, world is not going to accept his ideas, wont be convinced of his reasons about his potentials to be researcher, entrepreneur and monarch, until he practically becomes. There is no need of proof for something evident. For achieving these goals, he has to effort continuously, consistently, persistently at human pace until availability of technology to transfer data from computer to brain enabling him to quickly achieve his goal and not waiting for same. He has to work simultaneously on all the 3 aspects/ areas.

He has prioritize his list of things to do, channelize his energy, instead of scattering it randomly. More than this is to lead a regimented life, with reasonable allocation of time for each activity in professional social, personal spheres of life. He will learn to optimize these in due course of time with practical experience gained by planning, adjusting and succeeding in each stage.


His Mission, His Recent Insights and Actions

His main mission statement has been – IIM – Investigation, Interpretation and [prevention of] Misuse [of Spiritual Knowledge]. As it is said Knowledge is totally distinct from worship or devotion or belief, he wants to make Spiritual Knowledge independent of scriptures or any ritual from any sort of traditional belief. He wants to devise a method by which Spiritual Knowledge to take support of logic, science, history, Hermetic Theory, scaling of time and size by affine transformations. He wants to carryout investigations of Spiritual Knowledge based on carefully examining facts from above realms. There are certain points i.e., certain aspects or points that are seemingly asymmetrical in his perceptions that he wants to investigate upon.

Regarding sciences exploring Spirit, Brain and Machine connections he has come up with an approach to equip him in his research. He has to get good theoretic grounding then diverging towards more of applied aspects like Engineering – Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical.

Mathematics part: Measure theory, fractal, chaos, algebraic, differential topology, Functional  Analysis, Fourier Analysis, Distributions and Fourier Transforms, Banach Algebra and Spectral Theory, Harmonic Analysis.

His choice of books for them:

  • Measure, Topology, and Fractal Geometry – Edgar
  • An Introduction to Mathematical Chaos Theory and Fractal Geometry –Donahue
  • Introduction to Topology and Modern Analysis – GF Simmons
  • Algebraic Topology– EH Spanier
  • Differential Topology – Guillemin, Pollack
  • Differential Topology & Quantum Field Theory – C Nash
  • Protein Structure: Geometry, Topology and Classification – Taylor, May, Brown
  • Functional Analysis – W Rudin
  • Primer on Wavelets and Their Scientific Applications 2e – Walker
  • A Handbook Of Harmonic Analysis – Yoshihiro Sawano

Physics part: Starting with Theoretical Physics, Quantum Physics, Quantum Chemistry, Quantum Field Theory, Quantum Computing, then a course on Electric and Electronic Engineering.

His Choice of books on these topics:

  • Concepts in Theoretical Physics – B. Simons
  • Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Field Theory (2011) – J Dimock
  • Quantum Chemistry 3rd Ed – Lowe, Peterson
  • An Introduction to Quantum Field Theory – Peskin and Schroeder
  • Advanced Topics in Quantum Field Theory A Lecture Course – M Schifman
  • Quantum Computation and Quantum Information 10th Ed – Neilson, Chuang
  • Explorations in Quantum Computing 2nd Ed – C. Williams
  • Nano, Quantum And Molecular Computing – Shukla, Bahar
  • Physics in Mind: A Quantum View of the Brain – Werner Loewenstein
  • The Electrical Engineering Handbook –Dorf
  • Complete Digital Design: A Comprehensive Guide to Digital Electronics and Computer System Architecture –Balch
  • Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits –Agarwal
  • fundamental electrical and electronic principles 3e – Robertson

The Computer Science part: He thinks of having broad understanding on theoretical computer science, automata, formal languages, computing, then soft computing – machine learning, fuzzy logic, neural nets, evolutionary computing – genetic algorithms, stochastic algorithms etc., then proceeding to Computer Engineering then to Systems Engineering and Architecture.

His Choice of books on these topics:

  • Theoretical Computer Science –Goldreich, Rosenberg, Selman
  • Elements of Information Theory 2nd Ed – T. Cover, J. Thomas
  • Introduction to Theory of Automata, Formal Languages and Computing – Hopcroft and Ullmann.
  • Introduction to Theory of Computation – Michiel Smid
  • Computational Complexity – Christos Papadimitriou
  • Introduction to Soft Computing – Eva Volna
  • Learning and Soft Computing: support vector machines, neural networks, and fuzzy logic models – Vojislav Kecman
  • Soft Computing for Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining – Maimon, Rokach
  • Evolutionary Computing in Advanced Manufacturing – Tiwari, Harding
  • Introduction to Evolutionary Algorithms– Yu, Gen
  • Evolutionary Algorithms for Solving Multi-Objective Problems – Coello, Lamont and Van Veldhuizen
  • Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing: Behavioral and Cognitive Modeling of the Human Brain – Amit Konar
  • Cognitive Robotics – Hooman Samani
  • Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy logic: Theory and Applications – Yuan, Klir
  • A First Course in FUZZY and NEURAL CONTROL – Nguyen, Prasad, Walker
  • An Introduction to Genetic Algorithms – Mitchell Melanie
  • Neural Networks in Bioprocessing and Chemical Engineering – Baughman and Liu
  • Data Mining: Concepts, Models, Methods, and Algorithms – Kantardzic
  • Data Mining: Practical Machine Learning Tools and Techniques – Witten, Frank, Hall
  • An Introduction to Systems Science – Warfield
  • Computer Systems: Theory, Technology and Applications – Herbert, Jones
  • The Computer Engineering Handbook – Oklobdzija

Biology part: Systems Biology, Neuroscience, Biophysics, Bioinformatics, Mathematical and Computational, Cognitive Neuroscience, Biomedical, Neural Engineering.

Assorted books addressing Biology part:

  • Life: An Introduction to Complex Systems Biology (Understanding Complex Systems) – Kaneko
  • Translational Systems Biology Concepts and Practice for the Future of Biomedical Research 1st Ed – Vodovotz, An
  • Computational Systems Biology 2nd Ed – Eils, Kriete
  • Theoretical Neuroscience Computational and Mathematical Modeling of Neural Systems – Dayan, Abbott
  • Dynamical Systems in Neuroscience: The Geometry of Excitability and Bursting – Izhikevich
  • Guide to Research Techniques in Neuroscience – Carter, Shieh
  • Cognitive Neuroscience 3rd Ed – Banich, Compton
  • Computational Neuroscience: A First Course – Mallot
  • Computational Explorations in Cognitive Neuroscience: Understanding the Mind by Simulating the Brain – O’Reilly, Munakata & McClelland
  • Illustrated Review of Neuroscience – Krebs, Weinberg, Akesson
  • Neuroscience –Purves, Augustine, Fitzpatric, Hall, White
  • Bioinformatics for Biologists – Pevzner, Shamir
  • Bioinformatics: Databases and Systems – Letovsky
  • Bioinformatics and Systems Biology: Collaborative Research and Resources – Marcus
  • Comprehensive Biophysics – Egelman
  • Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering Part I, II – Ortuño, Rojas
  • Physiology, Biophysics, and Biomedical Engineering – Wood
  • Handbook Of Neural Engineering – Metin Akay