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BETWEEN MAN
AND GOD

BORN AND UNBORN

An autobiographical  writing describing the  existence of a world which appears weird and beyond the power of rational comprehension. First revealed through works of arts and writing, the supernatural world gradually takes over control of the rational mind of an existentialist and a scientist and affects the course of  development of his life         



THE DIALOGUE ON THE MOUNTAIN

The supernatural world appears as  spiraling waves moving through the mind and  leaves messages describing the nature of God, world and human will. A dialogue between Man who is bound in a physical body and God, who is invisible and beyond forms and outside the sphere of the perceptive world, deals with the deepest existential issues of human life.



WILL AND WORLD

Through a process of writing where the author acts as a medium through whom  the supernatural world reveals messages, the nature of the world and will is explained and the way human beings should act and live are prescribed. It deals with ethical and moral questions of human existence.
Many mornings when I wake up from sleep God “speaks” and talks about the human and the Divine existence. When it happens it  appears so penetrating and clear that no doubt can tint this experience of a superhuman existence. With day break, when the usual functioning of the brain takes over, and the mundane thoughts appear and start dominating the activities of the mind, this exotic world gradually fades away and lingers in the background as a realm far away from the mortal world. With it doubts about the existence of any supernatural world crowd in the mind.

What is this? How does it happen? It does not leave any clue. God says “It is not possible for any human mind to comprehend this wonder”. Still the mind seeks an answer, and grapples with the impossible task to decipher this mystery. Finally I give up feeling frustration and despair.

However, I understand that Goo has no visual form. It has no audible existence, or any existence detectable by perceptions. When I say “I hear God” it does not mean that I hear sounds. “Hear” means messages appear in the mind without leaving any clue to unlock the mystery of this wonder. It is like silent thoughts suddenly passing by carrying messages from the depth of an imperceptible “nothing”. It may contradict the will and reason which may occupy the mind at that moment. When this happens it has the power to convince, even the most doubtful soul, that this higher consciousness does not belong to the realm of the normal human mind. Visually it depicts itself as movements of waves and spirals (often leaves the signature of a triple spiral). Again “visually” does not correspond to what we know as a process rising in the visual cortex. Instead it is a movement appearing as spirals in the mind without accessing the processes in the brain which create visual images. It is the mind which “hears” and “sees” in ways different from hearing and seeing triggered by the external physical stimuli.