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God is certainly unimaginable, but can be experienced by anyone.


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God is certainly unimaginable, but can be experienced by anyone.

The special knowledge has two components, one is knowledge and

other is unimaginable nature of God

 

God is certainly unimaginable, – but God can be experienced by anyone.

When you experience unimaginable – nature, God is experienced.

Experience does not mean that you - have understood unimaginable God.

When you say that the solution of – a problem is unimaginable to you,

Does it not mean that you have – experienced it as unimaginable item?

The characteristic of God is – unimaginable nature, it is experienced,

It means unimaginable God is – experienced, experience does not

Contradict unimaginable nature, - after all, you can say that something is

Unimaginable when you experience that – it is unimaginable to you.

Knowledge is constantly associated – characteristic of God for identity,

But knowledge exists in scholar also, - God is isolated from scholar by

The specialty of knowledge of God – that cannot be seen anywhere.

This specialty of knowledge comes – from unimaginable nature of God.

 

The unimaginable nature of God – is mixed with the knowledge and

The knowledge becomes special – or unimaginable or wonderful.

The special knowledge has - two components, one is knowledge and

The other is unimaginable nature of God, - both are experienced items.

Knowledge is quality or Sattvam, - it is imaginable and experienced.

Such knowledge mixed with unimaginable – nature of God becomes

Unimaginable knowledge and both are – items of experience only.

Knowledge remains imaginable, - but the unimaginable nature

Makes it wonderful and this is – called as Prajnanam by Veda.

The point in His knowledge is – clear and imaginable to you.

 

But you have not heard that point – anywhere in the world before.

Hence the point is imaginable by virtue – of its knowledge component.

By virtue of the unimaginable component – it is unheard anywhere.

You have not imagined that point – so far and this is unimaginable.

This does not mean that the point – itself is unimaginable to you.

 

For example you have read - Ramayana and Bhagavatam before,

You know that Gopikas worshipped – Krishna and Hanuman worshipped

Rama, now you start worshipping – Rama and Krishna as statues.

But the point there is that Gopikas – did not worship statue of Rama,

Hanuman did not worship statue – of Vamana, past human incarnation.

It means that you have to worship – your contemporary human incarnation.

This point is understood now by you, - it is very simple to understand.

But you have not imagined this point – so far, so it was unimaginable.

Both components are experienced, - no objection of experience to

The unimaginable component - as said above, hence total Prajnanam

Being experienced by you results – in the experience of God, speaking

Prajnanam through your contemporary – human incarnation, the Satguru.

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