Dr. Vijai S Shankar MD.PhD.
Published on www.academy-advaita.com
1 June 2021
Can You (2)
“Is it possible”
You know that you said something in the morning. You know that because you said something yesterday morning. The same premise applies to the first man or woman who said something in the morning.
The question is: The first man or woman who said something in the morning, however, did not say anything in their yesterday because they did not have a yesterday or the past.
This implies that as many people, who did not have yesterday or the past, said anything, and the first nor the many did know that they said something.
As memory evolved, man or woman came to know that they said after their saying got said in the morning. This signifies that humans came to know that they said something in the morning after the saying happened to them without their speaking it.
As evolution progressed, so did the movements of man and woman progress and sophisticate instinctively. The sophisticated, instinctive movements of lips were registered as saying and stored in the memory of humans.
The sophisticated, instinctive human movements that evolved are numerous, and were registered in the memory as speaking of daily, household chores which were only sophisticated, evolved movements as speaking of actions in games, which were only sophisticated, evolved movements, as numerous actions of humans, which are only sophisticated, evolved movements of humans.
When humans moved in modern times their evolved, sophisticated movements were recognised as actions because of the memory of movements as actions. This implies that humans do not recognise the evolved, sophisticated movements as evolved movements, but label them as actions.
This is obvious as modern man or woman come to know what action has happened with certainty only after some movements happen. But, in fact, an action has not happened - only memory of singular movement in every moment as an action has happened.
The memory of speaking, therefore, is an illusion of evolved, sophisticated movements of lips and not speaking in each moment. So wisdom reveals that it is not possible for you to know what you will say with certainty before it actually gets said. It is not possible because speaking does not happen - only sophisticated, human movements of lips happen.
The enlightened realise that everything in nature, including humans, is only moving in every moment of their lifetime.
Author: Dr. Vijai S. Shankar
© Copyright V. S. Shankar 2021
What a wondrous, kaleidoscopic illusion of the world that we humans have for so long regarded as real is being revealed in these articles by the deep understanding of life by an enlightened one. We humans may be very grateful to understand, albeit gradually, and in such precision, that the life into which we were born is a perfect preparation for regaining the paradise that was lost. May it be so for mankind, if it is meant to be.
Julian Capper, UK.
German Translator‘s Note:
Every statement of the human being can designate a certain thing, a plant, an animal or an action of the human being only after it happened the first time, and not at the first time. This is because at the first time the statement was not yet linked in the memory with a certain entity. The linkage is illusory, because otherwise it would have to already exist at the first time when it happens, which is not the case. The first time the statement happened as a spontaneous, instinctive movement of the human mouth, lips, vocal cords and diaphragm, which causes the lungs to let out air which carries sound waves that appear as speech only to the human mind. And it still happens that way, spontaneously and involuntarily at every moment when speech is meant to happen. Dr. Shankar's article opens the way to deep reflection, revealing a child's wonder at the evolutionary movement of the human body that creates illusory speech and understanding. The amazement takes place in the enlightened adult human being. Mysteriously happen the statements of humans and the enlightened ones.
Marcus Stegmaier, Germany.