Dr. Vijai S Shankar MD.PhD.
Published on www.academy-advaita.com
26 July 2019
Wisdom reveals that the moment in time and space is eternal. Wisdom also reveals that a moment in time and space renews itself. A moment appears as the next moment in time and space to knowledge in the mind.
Wisdom reveals that the content in the moment in time and space is atoms which transform as a form, albeit illusory. This is because every atom of any form that exists in daily life and in nature is light.
Wisdom reveals that light, which appears as the transformed form in any moment in time and space, cannot be another form than the form that is present in the moment. Wisdom reveals that the transformed form in a moment transforms and sophisticates the form in the same moment.
Wisdom reveals that the process of sophistication of a form in daily life involves humans as well. Wisdom reveals that life is a singular movement. Wisdom reveals that the doing in life is eventual sophistication of movements present in the singular movement of life in the moment.
Wisdom reveals that nature, which includes man, appears as everything that exists in life. Wisdom reveals that the form of human being is what it is and cannot be another form than the form that is in any moment.
Wisdom reveals that the form of the human mind in a human being is what the form is. It cannot be in another form than the form of the mind that is in any moment in the life of the human being.
Wisdom reveals that the form of the human mind in a human being is the behaviour of the human being. Wisdom reveals that the behaviour of the human being in any moment in his or her life cannot be any other behaviour than the behaviour that is in any moment of his or her life.
Knowledge, however, through words, expects what the behaviour of a human being, whether the human being is a child or an adult, should be and should not be. Wisdom, revealed in the article ‘Word (3)’, explains in detail that neither a letter nor a word actually exists in life, nor in the mind of a child or an adult.
Wisdom, revealed in the article ‘Word (3)’, explains in detail that all there is in life and in the mind of a child or adult, in any moment of their daily life, is a movement of light and sound and not actual behaviour.
The enlightened rightly point out that nature is as everything that is in life. This means that nature is not only elements, matter, seeds, plants, flowers, food grains and fruits, but also that nature is as man, woman, children, animal kingdom and their behaviour as an illusion of a movement of light and sound to mean MAYA.
Author: Dr. Vijai S. Shankar
© Copyright V. S. Shankar 2019
‘I’m the king of the castle and you’re a dirty rascal’ – such has been the declaration of many a child. It has also characterised the stance held by countless beings in their own community, leading to favourable and unfavourable consequences, albeit illusory. It has been revealed by the wise in this article and elsewhere that man is not the doer. Whatever is contained within any moment is gifted by the intelligence of life. As the process of sophistication of man’s intellect evolves, so does his understanding of nature. It is a beautiful process of illumination that has no cause. It is as it is.
Julian Capper, UK
German Translator‘s Note:
Fears determine the way people feel about life. The ego wants to have everything and everyone under control. The ego cannot understand that life is a singular force of nature that is present everywhere without gaps, because fears always disappear exactly when the feeling of control arises, but only for a certain time. Thus the mechanism of the mind is to temporarily suspend fears through the feeling of control only to reappear later. A vicious circle that must be understood in order to be liberated from it. Understanding, as shared in this article, that nature is everywhere strengthens confidence in life as it is. This does not mean that one does not experience any more unpleasant situations, but no situation is "difficult" anymore, because it is clear to one that only what is meant to happen happens and nothing else happens. The enlightened ones do not try to get the all-encompassing nature under control and do not believe to have nature under control in certain aspects, even if it may look like this to the mind at times, because they understand that the all-encompassing nature develops in every aspect exactly as it is meant to be in every moment. The Enlightened Beings trust nature in every moment, so they are free of fear and worry.
Marcus Stegmaier, Germany