As per Veda even though God is unattainable, He reveals His body

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As per Veda even though God is unattainable, He reveals His body

Veda says that God is beyond even imagination and logic and therefore cannot be obtained by anybody through any effort (Na medhayaa…). But, in the same place, Veda says that God is attained by topmost devotees, who are very anxious to attain Him. In the same place Veda again says that God reveals His medium or body to such devotee in which He exists so that God is attained by devotees indirectly. Nobody can attain God directly.

The only way to attain God is indirect method in which God enters a medium and identifies with it. When the current enters the wire, the current pervades all over the wire and the current is experienced through shock by touching the wire. Here though wire is touched directly, current is experienced through the wire indirectly.

Even though this appears as indirect way, it is also the direct way because the current pervades all over the wire. Similarly even though medium is experienced, it means God is experienced through the medium. Hence, in one angle it appears as indirect way but from another angle it is as good as the direct way.