The Realisation of the Absolute : 1.(a).2.
The Realisation of the Absolute :
1. Introduction :
(a).Integrality and Aspiration : 2.
The one and the most important point to be remembered in all the processes of reasoning out the nature of Existence is that we cannot, with loyalty to reason, make in it such relative distinctions as subjective and objective, since such differences in nature are based on mere arbitrary conception and perception.
We separate in pure Being the subject and the object only with concession to a belief in internality and externality based on immediate empirical experience bereft of intelligibility.
The objective world and the subjective body are both in relation to the cognising entity, and existence is a divisionless mass of cognition, which fact is proved by the inexplicability of objective experience without our positing a conscious reality inclusive of both the subject and the object.
The reality of the universe, both in its objective and subjective aspects, is in its existence, which cannot be known unless it becomes a content of consciousness.
Unless, again, this content itself is non-different from consciousness, it will have no relation to consciousness, and it cannot be known.
Existence must be the same as consciousness in order that existence may be known. If it is not known, it itself is not. Existence is really the existence of consciousness.
The cognitive organ modifying the basic consciousness follows existence.
And, as consciousness is indivisible, such a distinction in existence gets narrowed to identity of nature through inseparability in undifferentiatedness which has neither inside nor outside.
Nothing that is related to another is real.
To be continued ...