|| अहम् ब्रह्मास्मी ||

Brahman is the universe. Brahman is the constant, infinite and transcendental reality which is the Divine Ground of all matter, energy, time, space, being, and everything beyond in this universe. It is infinite.

So, how am I the universe?

Forget it! Lets digress for an instant.

Consider the subset of the real line A = (0,1]. It consists of exactly all those numbers whose decimal representation is of the form 0.a_1 a_2 a_3 … a_n … where all a(i)’s are from 0 to 9. Fine. Now, consider the three subsets A1, A2, A3 formed from (0,1] as:

A1 = { 0.a_1 a_4 a_7 … }

A2 = { 0.a_2 a_5 a_8 … }

A3 = { 0.a_3 a_6 a_9 …. }

i.e. each of A1, A2 and A3 are formed by taking every third digit from one element of (0,1].

[Note that A’i is equivalent to A though it is a subset of A. In fact, we have constructed three such sets of A1, A2, A3, each same as A from the A itself. This was possible since A is an infinite set]

Now, consider the mapping from A’i to B’i = [1,+∞) given by f : A’i -> [1, +∞) as f(x) = 1/x

i.e. each element of B which is greater than 1 has a reciprocal (less than 1) in A’i. Since reciprocal is unique, this mapping is obviously one-to-one and onto, i.e., Bijective.

Thus, from the set (0,1] , we have created 3 sets B’i ranging from [1,+∞).

Since A -> A’i -> B’i are bijections, we have created three sets X, Y, Z from (0,1].

Thus, the number of points in (0,1] is the same as the number of points in [X,Y,Z] system, the coordinate 3D system.

This also means that the number of points on my finger tip is the same as the number of points in the [X,Y,Z] coordinate 3D system!!

So, I said what I said: I am everything. You are everything. Trust yourself. Believe in yourself. Have faith in yourself.

After all, you are the universe; I am the universe.

|| त्वम् ब्र्ह्मासी

|||| अहम् ब्रह्मास्मी ||
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March 11, 2010 at 22:35

Anonymousyes tat tvam asi…thou art that