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Born is Unborn Between Heaven and the Brain Hardcover – June 1, 2014
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While vacillating between submission and revolt, faith and doubt about my own sanity of the mind, I could not distinguish reality from illusion, knowledge from ignorance, and suffering from joy. One followed the other in my life as unavoidable reality of existence. God followed man, and man followed God as inseparable dual partner, penetrating the body and mind. Here what one might call something inside the brain and mind, and those that seemed to exist outside it, merged as the One, who defined the human existence as a part of the Divinity. Together with molecules, atoms, and dusts and gases in the cosmos I experienced human existence as one with God.
This story of my life took its violent turn with a tragedy when I lost my only son in an extremely improbable accident on the Alps in Switzerland. Now, God reappeared again, as "He" had done in my childhood, to help me find my way out of despair and meaninglessness. Unlike in the childhood, this time it became an inner journey through different realms of consciousness. God appeared as a Divine poet explaining the meaning of life in the world. At the end of this journey God appeared as Father speaking to "His" son and answered the questions which the reason-bound Man wished to pose. These dialogues once more changed my understanding of the nature of existence of God and Man. I understood that God cannot ever be known, the way we wish to know by using the methods of enquiries based on the laws of science. However, God exists and there is no other way to know "Him" but to submit the mind to "Him".
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- Publisher : Books of Existence (June 1, 2014)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 288 pages
- ISBN-10 : 829337005X
- ISBN-13 : 978-8293370055
- Item Weight : 1.23 pounds
- Dimensions : 5.98 x 0.81 x 9.02 inches
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