Cycles in Time and Psyche: Implications for Cyclicity, Fatality and Symptomatics of COVID-like Pandemics


  • Asima Tripathy
  • Rajat Kumar Pradhan



Cosmic time, Relative time, Pandemic cycles, COVID-19, Cyclicity of impressions


We explore the issue of cyclicity of cosmic time and how it might be a recorder of all events by its
identification with the cosmic mind. We differentiate absolute time, universal (cosmic) time and the relative
time as three distinct categories in the objective domain of temporal reckoning. Taking the idea of time
generated by fundamental quantum events through natural frequencies of microsystems, we analyze the
issue of generation of the cyclic time of the cosmos itself due to events undergone by all its oscillating
contents. We propose that such macrocosmic processes of generation of cosmic times by the frequency of
repetitive cosmic events necessarily requires the intermediary of psychic fields which being metaphysical
and transcending matter, encode all information in a detailed manner in a memory that transcends space
and generates repetitive events with subjects which lead to emergence of cosmic objective time. As a result,
spatial as well as temporal non-locality becomes a reality, while individual free will becomes an appearance
only. The difficulty in comprehending these novel ideas and conceptions only proves that our perceptions
are deeply conditioned by our everyday experiences with space and time. The duration, symptomatics,
fatality and cyclicity of COVID-like pandemics can be understood on this basis to have a deeper significance
transcending virology and epidemiology.

Author Biographies

Asima Tripathy

1Post Graduate, Department of Zoology and Microbiology

Rajat Kumar Pradhan

Post Graduate, Department of Physics, Bhadrak
Autonomous College (Department of Higher Education, Govt. of Odisha), Bhadrak, Odisha, India



How to Cite

Asima Tripathy, & Rajat Kumar Pradhan. (2021). Cycles in Time and Psyche: Implications for Cyclicity, Fatality and Symptomatics of COVID-like Pandemics. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 12(2), 53-57.