Sunday, April 10, 2011

All religious and scriptural claims are not the yardstick to know what is truth and what is not truth.

There is no evidence is there for the creation and creator theory other than the religious fable because nobody as seen creator creating the creation. Mere belief cannot be taken as truth.  Therefore, it is necessary investigate   the source for all existing things [universe] in order to the mystery behind physical existence.  

It is impossible to believe in the theories without verification.  One has to get himself satisfied and establish by discovering what the ultimate truth is. All religious and scriptural claims are not the yardstick to know what is truth and what is not truth. 

 Even granting that there was such a thing as religious propagated god, heaven and hell they are highly implausible assertions with absolutely no supporting evidence. That many millions of people have believed these absurd claims provides no evidence that they are true.

By condemning the religion and its propagated ideas are not the means of Self-Realization but realizing the fact that, the “self’” is not individual but it pervades in everything and everywhere in all the three states.  Therefore, it is necessary to analyze the three states to realize the fact that, the “self” is neither the waking entity not the dream entity but it is the formless substance and witness of the three states, which comes and goes in succession.

 Thus the religion and its idea of god, which is based on the waking entity is false hood because the waking entity itself is false self within the false experience.  Therefore, whatever seen, known, believed and experienced as reality within the waking experience is falsehood.     Thus any doctrine which prescribes other than Self- Realization or Self-Knowledge will lead one towards hallucination.      

There is no point in examining the curious details of the religious fables because they are  simply a statement of faith (as it was intended to be) and there is absolutely no reason to suppose that it is true (in fact, since it is absurd it is very likely to be false).  One is asked to blindly believe but no reason is given, or evidence presented, for why one should believe. 

In the case of religious belief the ulterior motive is usually social control or the financial benefit of some part of an organized religion. Believing with no evidence to support belief is not a virtue but rather a sign of ignorance. The belief is based on the false self.  The believer himself is   the false entity within the false experience.  There is no scope for duality in reality. 

 It is true that there are people whose intellectual abilities are such that we cannot say they are unintelligent and yet who regard themselves as believers of faith. This is because, although there may be no reason to believe the religion, there are conditions under which a person will accept and cling to it. This may be the occurrence of some emotional "crisis" but mainly results from childhood conditioning, in which parents with religious beliefs inculcate these beliefs in their innocent and unsuspecting children, before the minds of those children have developed to the point where they can intelligently decide about the truth of what they are being told.

If a person values their upbringing by their parents then they will be inclined to maintain the faith which they inherited from parental grooming, unless they are sufficiently intelligent to be able to distinguish between real and the unreal it becomes impossible to give up the religious conditioning that was given to them before they had developed the mental ability whereby to accept or reject those beliefs.