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Through life, according to the Mest theory of origin and evolution, universe

experiences itself.Universe and the observer are, therefore, whole and the part of
the One and the same. The belief of the observer that he is other than the
universe, the cardinal principle on what the modern science is based, is the root
cause of the ignorance. The truth is slowly dawning with the search of unified
theory reaching close to a dead end. ‘Ahm Brahmasmi’-is not the expression of an
observer (it will sound utterly foolish if it is so) but that of the Brahm
itself coming from its mouth piece, the life. The entrapment of the conscious self
( chetan-tatva) in a physical and material body ( jad-tatva) and the dominance of
the latter over the former have lead the mind to this illusion.
The universe is essentially not ‘what we know and what we don’t know’ as in its
completeness it is not knowable to its own part. The unchallengiablity of this
incomplete knowledge, the mind has about the universe, is the ultimate truth.
Science should progress from here, not with a sense of depression but with an
enhance amazement that it will not have, can’t have and shouldn’t have a complete
theory of the universe.
The eleven organs of knowledge, five of sense (gyan), five of work (karma) and the
brain (mind) are the organs universe developed out of its freewill to know itself.
In that ‘Will’ lies the genesis of our origin, the origin of life. Life so
developed in the process of organic evolution of the universe is by its origin a
part of the Cosmic Self. A part is denied and has, in fact, no right to know the
whole.
Dr Will Durant makes a candid admission on the first page (To the reader) of his
highly acclaimed
book “The Story of Philosophy”, when he says that ‘this is not a complete history
of philosophy. It is an attempt to humanize knowledge….’ He further admits in his
preface to the second edition- ‘the worst sin of all the-though the critics do not
seem to have noticed- was the omission of Chinese and Hindu philosophy’. The two
philosophies jointly constituting what is known as Eastern wisdom ,for the
linguistic obscurantism or for some other obscure reasons, could never get their
due in the process Dr. Durant defines as humanization of knowledge. Even Fritjof
Capra in his famous book’ The Tao of Physics’ has made a laudable attempt but has
still taken a superficial dig into the ‘Himalaya’ of Hindu Philosophy. The
vastness and at the same time unavailability of this unfathomable scriptural
treasure of knowledge has limited the scope of such scholarly exploration. To be
precise, one finds it immensely difficult to separate grains from chaff as lot of
unadulterated crap has found its way into, in the holy name of ‘religion’.
Searching the evolutionary route to life, at some stage, I was convinced that it
can’t completely bypass the Vedic Philosophy though the unavoidable incessant
gobbledygook always discouraged me. Somehow I embarked on the search to find
pearls of knowledge in that vast sea and never looked back.
References from ancient books of wisdom have since then become a more or less
recurring feature in my articles related to Mest theory and will hopefully
continue till my last breath . In my latest deep-diving exercise in those calm
waters, I happened to catch some Shrutis from Ken Upanishad which were in perfect
consonance with my Mestern view relating to the origin of life in the Universe.
Here I go with those; it is for readers to find whether those really make some
sense to them.
1. Yadvachanbhyuditam yen Vagbhyudyatey : That( Brahm, the Cosmic self) is not
expressible by speech rather speech is his expression.
2.Yanmansa na manutey yenahurmano matam :Mind can’t ideate that as that has
ideated the mind.
3.Yachchkshussa na pashyati yen chakshunssi pashyati : That can’t be seen with the
eyes as that enables eyes to see.
4.Yachchotrenh na shranhoti yen shrotramidamshrutam : That can’t be heard by ears
as that makes ears hear.
5. Yatpran na pranhiti yen pranha pranhiyate : That is not a subject of life as
life is subject to that.
6.Tadeva Brahm tvam viddhi nedam yadidamupasatey : The Universe you know and
acknowledge as universe is not the universe.
To sum up, the universe or the Purush, we worship as God, has not created us but
has evolved Himself into intelligent life to find and experience Himself. We are
just instrumental in existence. We are not entitled to an independent identity or
so to become an observer. We are the part of the observation as well as the
experiment. We are here to experience that universe is experiencing through us.
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