There is no possibility of knowing the unknowable nature of God

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There is no possibility of knowing the unknowable nature of God

The unimaginable nature is experienced in the stage of detection as well as the final result and the experience is the very knowledge itself.

When the unimaginable nature of God is experienced through imaginable medium, it means that you have attained the knowledge of unimaginable nature of God. This does not mean that the unimaginable nature of God becomes imaginable. Knowledge of unimaginable nature means that the existence of unimaginable nature is detected or known. Without the knowledge there cannot be experience. The experience of unimaginable nature means only the knowledge of existence of unimaginable nature of God and in this point there is no possibility of the unimaginable nature becoming imaginable. Through the knowledge of existence of unimaginable nature of God, you have concluded the existence of unimaginable God in a specific medium. Here either in the stage of detection or in the stage of result of detection, there is no possibility of knowing the unknowable nature of God. You can only know the existence of the unknowable God and this does not mean that you can know the unknowable nature of God.



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Repeated post ?

Namaste
I think you have already posted this post earlier.
Pl. check i think it is repeated one.
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madan_gautam | Fri, 03/27/2009 - 13:13
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Shankara preached atheist that they are God

Shankara preached atheist that they are God

When God in human form came to this earth as Shankara, all the children of God were found to be atheists (Buddhists and Purvamimamsakas), who denied God. They accept God only if they are already God. Even if a little practical effort is required to become God, they did not want to become God. Of course, they were prepared for any lot of mental effort like thinking etc. Shankara started the path accepting their desire completely and proposed the above said Advaita in which the soul can become God by maintaining the happiness continuously. Slowly, He wanted to bring them to the real path by which they can become really God. When a soul does not aspire to become God and wants to remain as practical servant of God only, it will be selected to the Golden chance of becoming human incarnation in which it really becomes God like a wire is treated as current for all practical purposes when current enters it.

At Thy Lotus Feet His Holiness Sri Dattaswami

Anil Antony
www.universal-spirituality.org
Universal Spirituality for World Peace
antonyanil@universal-spirituality.org

dattaswami2 | Sat, 04/04/2009 - 06:19