God is totally unimaginable
  • sridatta1 January 2008
    God is totally unimaginable

    129) Akaashaabhaavaat khyaatarupaabhaavaat nohyam.


    (In the beginning, the space did not exist and God cannot be any known form of inert energy existing in the beginning. God is totally unimaginable).


    If you say that God is also the primordial energy, which is the entity to do the special work or awareness, it is ruled out, because before the creation of space the inert energy did not exist. Hence, the only possibility of the entity to do the special work or awareness must be the unimaginable God and not the imaginable inert energy. However, if you argue that such God is also unimaginable form of inert energy, your argument has no validity because all forms of inert energy are known in the world. All the known forms of inert energy like matter etc., are available in the world as introduced in the chain of creation in sequence. Then you have to say that God must be some unknown form of inert energy. Such assumption is meaningless because in such case God becomes totally unimaginable.