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Bhddha & Unimaginable God
« on: December 29, 2010, 03:27:55 AM »
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  • Bhddha & Unimaginable God
    God is unimaginable according to Buddha
    The purpose of Bhddha’s dramatic meditation
    The process of meditation means the deep analysis about God
    The contemporary human incarnation is the only way to catch the unimaginable God


       Buddha is incarnation of God and does not require meditation. He behaved like an ordinary human being to show that how a human being should be deeply interested about God. The word meditation also indicates the process of effort to know the unknowable God. After spending a long time to know God, Buddha declared that God is unimaginable and the declaration was done through silence. Therefore, the silence about God means that God is unimaginable according to Buddha.

    Even before doing the long meditation under the huge tree, Buddha knows that God is unimaginable because He was the human incarnation of God. Then, what was the purpose of His dramatic meditation? He enacted the process of meditation to give a message to every human being that one should meditate upon God for a long time to realize finally that God is unimaginable. In this context the process of meditation means the deep analysis about God. Unless there is intensified interest on God, one will not think so deeply about God. Hence, even in this context, the word meditation means only intensified interest. Buddhism indicates the surrender to contemporary human incarnation through the first statement “Buddham sharanam…”.  The contemporary human incarnation is the only way to catch the unimaginable God.
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