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Shri Datta Swami

Posted on: 20 Jun 2011

     

UNIMAGINABLE GOD REPRESENTED BY INVISIBLE ENERGY

Note: This article is meant for intellectuals only

The gross matter is visible and imaginable. The subtle energy is invisible and imaginable. The common point in matter and energy is that both are imaginable. Both matter and energy form the two parts of imaginable creation. Even science says that matter is a form of energy and both are inter-convertible. But, now, due to development of sophisticated instruments by science, even the energy becomes visible through instruments. But, since the energy is invisible to the naked eye, you can still maintain the difference between the matter and energy saying that matter is visible and energy is invisible. However, if you consider the energy also as visible since it is seen by the naked eye through instruments, still the invisible energy exists. The energy of the bodies of angels is totally invisible since the frequency of such energy is never embraced by the existing spectrum of energy of science. It is beyond even the invisible spectrum of the energy of science, which can be seen through instruments only. Neither the naked eye nor the instruments can find out the energetic bodies of angels. However, if the angels wish to be seen by you, the frequency of the energy of their bodies gets lowered touching the visible spectrum of the energy of science. By this, the energy of the body becomes the light energy and thus, the celestial body is viewed by the naked eye. The human body consists of matter and the soul is the nervous energy pervading all over the body. Therefore, the soul is invisible to the naked eye. But, the soul is visible through sophisticated instruments as waves of energy. Energy is always in the form of waves.

The Gita says that the soul can be seen by the scholars, who are scientists (pashyanti jnana chakshushah…).The difference between the ancient scholars and the scientists is that the ancient scholars saw the energetic soul through the limited divine power whereas the scientists see the soul through instruments. The Veda also confirms this statement (drushyate tvagrayaa…). The second chapter of the Gita, which is the beginning of the message of the Lord, speaks about matter and energy or body and soul. Slowly, the Gita introduces the invisible and unimaginable God (Mamtu veda na kaschana…). The common point between God and soul is that both are invisible and the difference is that God is unimaginable, whereas the soul is imaginable. With the help of the common point, you can jump from the lower level to the higher level. With the help of the difference, you can distinguish both and avoid misunderstanding that both are one and same. Therefore, body is not the soul and soul is not God. The common point gives the possibility of misunderstanding. Due to common white luster, you mistake the conch shell as silver. In the olden days, the energy was not only invisible but also unimaginable. Therefore, without any trace of doubt, the energetic soul was mistaken as God. Slowly, the development of science clarified the energy as a part of the imaginable creation and not the unimaginable creator. The invisible property is lost because the energy becomes visible through instruments. The nature of the energy is deeply studied and is well understood that energy is in the form of waves and the characteristics of the waves like wave length, frequency, amplitude are well understood. This makes the energy imaginable. Science has removed the total illusion and perfectly clarified that the soul is neither invisible nor unimaginable. Hence, it is clear conclusion that the soul is not God, who is invisible and unimaginable. The separation of body and soul helps the separation of soul and God. Therefore, the separation of body and soul is introduced in the beginning itself and the separation of soul and God is clarified at a later stage in the Gita. As the Gita advances nearing its completion, the materialized body (kshara), the energetic soul (akshara) and the unimaginable God (purushotamma) are clearly mentioned separately as the triad.

There is no problem in separating body and soul since the separated soul can be seen clearly in the lower receiver and the separated body is clearly seen on the upper precipitation funnel. Therefore, this separation is a clear process of separating energy from matter. But, there is a serious problem in the process of second separation. The upper precipitation funnel shows the separated soul as the residue. But, below the funnel, the receiver still remains vacant since the filtered God is neither seen nor even becomes imaginable. This makes the existence of God doubtful. When the separated item is not at all proved, even the process of separation becomes doubtful. You say that the existence of God must be believed without proof of perception. This is the situation of serious difficulty. Therefore, God must be represented by either matter or energy. It is better to represent the invisible God by invisible energy because the common characteristic of invisibility favors such selection. The difference that God is unimaginable whereas the energy is imaginable is set aside for some time, but should be kept in mind so that energy is not mistaken as God. Therefore, God is always represented by the energy pervading all over the cosmos as the representative model. God is also indicated by a specific energetic body charged by the unimaginable God, called as Lord Narayana, Lord Shiva, Father of Heaven etc. The representative model (cosmic energy) does not contain God, whereas the Father of Heaven is a direct model containing God. Even though subtle energy represents God in a better way due to common invisibility, if you take the case of the specific energetic body charged by the unimaginable God, it is as good as a materialized human body charged by God. The reason is that in both the cases there are only two items viz.,

  1. the unimaginable God and
  2. the medium charged by the unimaginable God.

Hence, Jesus, the materialized human incarnation said that He and His Father of the Heaven are one and the same. He emphasized that the energetic medium is materialized medium since matter is a form of energy according to science. This is the meaning of His further statement “I am the light”. However, in view of ego and jealousy of human beings causing the repulsion between the common media, the energetic incarnation is always preferred than the materialized human incarnation. If this problem of ego and jealousy is conquered, there is no difference between energetic incarnation and materialized human incarnation. In fact, materialized human incarnation is far better than the former since it is easily available and very convenient for the preaching of knowledge and clarification of doubts. The energetic incarnation is very difficult in achievement itself, which requires lot of severe long penance, whereas the materialized human incarnation is available to you in this world without any effort. The reason of illusion to think soul as God is clarified by science and people have understood it very well. But, the pity is that the false conclusion still persists in the mind of the people to think that soul is God! The reason for such strong clinging of the false conclusion is the satisfaction of the wonderful ambition that you are already God without any effort!!

 
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