Black Spirituality Religion : God is certainly unimaginable, but can be experienced by anyone.

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  1. dattaswami1

    dattaswami1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

    May 28, 2005
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    God is certainly unimaginable, but can be experienced by anyone.
    The special knowledge has two components, one is knowledge and
    other is unimaginable nature of God

    God is certainly unimaginable, – but God can be experienced by anyone.
    When you experience unimaginable – nature, God is experienced.
    Experience does not mean that you - have understood unimaginable God.
    When you say that the solution of – a problem is unimaginable to you,
    Does it not mean that you have – experienced it as unimaginable item?
    The characteristic of God is – unimaginable nature, it is experienced,
    It means unimaginable God is – experienced, experience does not
    Contradict unimaginable nature, - after all, you can say that something is
    Unimaginable when you experience that – it is unimaginable to you.
    Knowledge is constantly associated – characteristic of God for identity,
    But knowledge exists in scholar also, - God is isolated from scholar by
    The specialty of knowledge of God – that cannot be seen anywhere.
    This specialty of knowledge comes – from unimaginable nature of God.

    The unimaginable nature of God – is mixed with the knowledge and
    The knowledge becomes special – or unimaginable or wonderful.
    The special knowledge has - two components, one is knowledge and
    The other is unimaginable nature of God, - both are experienced items.
    Knowledge is quality or Sattvam, - it is imaginable and experienced.
    Such knowledge mixed with unimaginable – nature of God becomes
    Unimaginable knowledge and both are – items of experience only.
    Knowledge remains imaginable, - but the unimaginable nature
    Makes it wonderful and this is – called as Prajnanam by Veda.
    The point in His knowledge is – clear and imaginable to you.

    But you have not heard that point – anywhere in the world before.
    Hence the point is imaginable by virtue – of its knowledge component.
    By virtue of the unimaginable component – it is unheard anywhere.
    You have not imagined that point – so far and this is unimaginable.
    This does not mean that the point – itself is unimaginable to you.

    For example you have read - Ramayana and Bhagavatam before,
    You know that Gopikas worshipped – Krishna and Hanuman worshipped
    Rama, now you start worshipping – Rama and Krishna as statues.
    But the point there is that Gopikas – did not worship statue of Rama,
    Hanuman did not worship statue – of Vamana, past human incarnation.
    It means that you have to worship – your contemporary human incarnation.
    This point is understood now by you, - it is very simple to understand.
    But you have not imagined this point – so far, so it was unimaginable.
    Both components are experienced, - no objection of experience to
    The unimaginable component - as said above, hence total Prajnanam
    Being experienced by you results – in the experience of God, speaking
    Prajnanam through your contemporary – human incarnation, the Satguru.
  2. Angela22

    Angela22 Well-Known Member MEMBER

    United States
    Feb 26, 2013
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    The Father is experienced by everyone, for He provides us all with what we have. However, He is only truly appreciated and loved by His faithful for all He has done for us from the beginning, and up to now. For He sent His only Begotten to live like us, but without sin, so that His sacrifice for our sins would make us acceptable before His face for salvation.

    Only by those who believe the truth, the resurrection of the Son to life eternal, the Father's works, and the works of the is the Father experienced as He has always planned for His children.