Dr. Vijai S Shankar MD.PhD.
Published on www.academy-advaita.com
12 November 2018
To Learn (10)
“Does not learn to sing”
Whenever men and women do not sing the way he or she is expected to, it is neither applauded nor appreciated. The same is not expected every time he or she wants to sing.
The non-acceptance of the singing happens in the moment and is known in the moment by those who expect him or her how to sing.
Wisdom reveals that every moment in life renews itself and in between a moment in the mind and in life is moment as well. This signifies that a moment in life and in the mind is eternal.
Brain scans reveal that decisions happen seven seconds before man decides. The scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences reveal that human decisions are made seconds before humans become aware of them.
In the study, participants could freely decide if they wanted to press a button with their right or left hand. The only condition was that they had to remember when they made the decision to use either their right hand or left hand.
Using FMRI, researchers scanned the brains of the participants to find out if they could predict which hand the participants would use before participants were consciously aware of the decision.
The results, by monitoring the micro patterns of activity in the front-polar cortex, were that the researchers could predict which hand the participant would choose seven seconds before the participant was aware of the decision.
Wisdom reveals that this is proof that man neither decides nor predicts nor predetermines. Wisdom reveals that even the movement of the hand to press the button happens and the brain does not make the movement happen in the moment.
Wisdom further reveals that singing happens for understanding to happen that only moving is in every moment and that every moment is only moving. Also, for wise understanding to happen that moving in every moment is instinct and instinct cannot be controlled by man or his brain.
How he or she does not sing the way he or she is expected to happens for understanding to happen that singing is not an actuality in a moment. How he or she does not sing the way he or she is expected to happens for understanding to happen that singing in any moment is illusory and not real. How he or she does not sing the way he or she is expected to for understanding to happen that singing is not present, but only moving is present. Also, for understanding to happen that moving in any moment is instinct.
The moving happens for understanding to happen that when the moving is accepted as singing, it is believed that man and woman can sing and know how he or she should sing.
Wisdom reveals that singing is not done in the moment because life is only moving in the moment. Wisdom also reveals that the intelligence in life manifests the moving and man or woman do not make the moving, which is instinct in the moment, happen. This is because they do not make the moment in life.
The enlightened accept how man or woman sing and do not expect them to sing in a particular manner, because they understand that singing is not present, but only instinct is present in any moment in life. The enlightened proclaim that man or woman will sing the way he or she is meant to sing, albeit illusory.
Sri Ramana Maharishi has declared that what is meant to happen, albeit illusory, will happen. Sri Adi Shankaracharya has declared that man is not the doer in Nirvanashadakam. Kenopanishad verse (1.3) declares that word and mind cannot access the Absolute One. Bhagwat Gita chapter 3 verse 27 declares that man is not the doer.
The enlightened understand that the moving is instinct in any moment and is manifested by the intelligence in life and is neither done by man nor by his brain. The enlightened have declared that life is a singular movement.
Author: Dr. Vijai S. Shankar
© Copyright V. S. Shankar 2018
The mind of man is conditioned to assert, even to insist, that he or she is the doer, even in denial. The doing includes all mental and physical activities. Furthermore, it includes identification with the consequences of these activities, whether he or she likes it or not. These may be elation or disappointment, excitement or self-doubt, any of which will lead to further consequences. Thus man may become the prisoner of his or her mind’s conditioning, albeit illusory. In their compassion for humanity, the enlightened never cease to share their understanding of life, as presented in these articles and gifted through the wisdom of Dr Shankar. In his or her gradual understanding of this wisdom, man’s liberation is restored.
Julian Capper, UK.