He takes a great interest in Quantum Cosmology & Consciousness: Encryption Technology: Sri Lankan culture, language – literature and Theology.

He has been a team member in the Beli Lena archaeological research and has written a foreword to the book” Historical Ravana”.

He has published over 70 articles, presented at conferences and in abstract form and has published four books. He currently serves as Managing Editor of Amity Journal USA and is a Governing Board Member of IARS International Research Journal.

Neuro-Physiological Correlates of the Altered States of Consciousness

Innumerable cases show that ASCs are responsible for personal growth. In fact personal growth occurs, to one degree or another, in ASC experiences at all experiential levels, from the more shallow sensory level to the most profound integral level. It must also be said, however, that the deeper the level of the ASC experience, the more profound and thorough-going will be the personality growth. For example, the growth that occurs as a result of peak experiences at the sensory level will be far less profound, far less thorough-going, and likely to concern only certain aspects of the personality; whereas growth that occurs as a result of ASC experience at the deepest integral level is likely to be more profound, more lasting, more complete, and likely to concern one’s entire person hood from top to bottom.

Does an Authentic Personal Brand emerge from an Enlivened Consciousness resulting in Enhanced Social Capital.

While the foundations of a multi-cultural ethos could be laid using tolerance and civility,  I believe that we should reach a stage where we understand and feel for other humans even without express communication, a level I believe is possible though new neural pathways.As Francis Fukuyama (1999) interprets social capital is an instantiated informal norm that promotes cooperation between two or more individuals. The norms that constitute social capital can range from a norm of reciprocity between two friends, all the way up to complex and elaborately articulated doctrines like Christianity or Confucianism. They must be instantiated in an actual human relationship: the norm of reciprocity exists in potentia in my dealings with all people but is actualized only in my dealings with my friends. By this definition, trust, networks, civil society, and the like which have been associated with social capital are all epiphenomenal, arising as a result of social capital but not constituting social capital itself.