Monday, February 6, 2017

Coexistence as Ideology

As I went about elaborating the premise of Coexistence in the form of Ideology it came under three headings.  First is – Resolutionistic Materialism.  Its central theme is: - all physical and chemical entities (of matter) exhibit harmony (orderly conduct) according to their own ‘basic character’.  Also these participate in (and are part of) universal order of existence.  Material (insentient) nature while being harmony in itself is also complementary to the sentient nature (jeevan).  The ideologies that were available to humankind thus far only expounded dialectical tension or struggle.  While in reality matter has no conflict, no revolt, no snatching or robbing.  Instead there is mutual complementariness, celebration of togetherness and continuous emergence.  I have tried to explain it in this document.  I believe one could only try conveying information through documentation, while only a human being can impart understanding to another human being.  

Most importantly, the way of presenting argument here (in Resolutionistic Materialism) has Science in agreement with Wisdom and Wisdom in agreement with Science.  Wisdom is recognition of inherent purpose.  Therefore in this presentation we analyze only that whose purpose we have recognized and understood.  We all know what happens if we keep analyzing something without understanding its purpose.  That’s the way Science has worked thus far – it kept analyzing without recognizing and understanding inherent purpose (of realities in nature) and it is all too well known the deadlock in which it has brought humankind.  In summary, Resolutionistic Materialism proclaims that all physio-chemical matter in existence is in harmony, all units of matter are mutually complementary, and they are interrelated for further emergence – which is inspiration for human being as well to live in harmony. 

The second heading of Co-existentialism is – Behavioural Harmony based Public Discourse.  Human being is an entity in existence (therefore, has fundamental commonness with all other entities).   The fulfilment of human being is only upon achieving behavioural harmony with other human beings.  The behaviour of human being gets characterised (well defined) only in the form of Humane Conduct, and that’s what I have tried to explain here.

After this third heading is written as – Realization based Spiritualism.  Thus far “Spirituality” has been a mystery (inexplicable) for the world, while now we can understand it very easily (based on the premise of coexistence).  The emptiness that is there in between any two entities, which is also visually evident, we could call it Space or Void.  The same emptiness that is there between you and I, is also there between this Earth and other planets, between one solar system and other solar system, between one galaxy and other galaxy.  Space is uniformly present at all places.  Therefore we know that this entity is pervasive.  All entities (units) are submerged, soaked and encompassed in this pervasive entity (Space).  It is Space whose presence first comes into human being’s realization.  It is after realizing presence of Space that a human being realizes his own presence.  Had Space not been there between you and I, I couldn’t have realized your presence.  Therefore, realization of every presence in existence happens in the pervasive Space itself.  I have tried to explain it here.  How could human being understand himself without understanding existence, of which it is but a part?  (Human being’s realizing that) all units are present only in the pervasive Space is to also witness their co-existential harmony.  If human being overlooks this co-existential harmony in existence then his actions result in nothing apart from problems and misery.

All conflicts, revolts, exploitation and wars in erstwhile human history contradict co-existentialism ideology.  It is surprising how human race expected some good would result from such acts!  Human expectation for goodness has remained unfulfilled and we kept facing consequences of whatever we had done, sometimes feeling good and sometimes feeling bad also.  For example, if someone from our faction killed someone from our enemy’s faction then we feel very good.  This sentiment is there at the level of government and nation as well.  Now what should be done?  Where is the refuge?  Neither seat of state, nor seat of religion, nor seat of education are giving any direction or explaining any purpose.  Now where should we go?  What should we do?  These are the difficulties.  I too had these difficulties prior to my awakening.  After becoming awakened, I determined that I should take this whole discovery to humankind.

- An excerpt from English Translation of Jeevan Vidya - Ek Parichaya 

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