' The Incomprehensible '...


Philosophy rejects decisively all those Vedantic pantheistic notions and Western mystical naïveties which would deify man and identify him with God.

It asserts that the phrases in which these beliefs are embodied, such as the Indian "That thou art,"

the Persian "I am God," and the medieval European "union with God," are exaggerations of the truth,

which is that God is immanent in us,

that through realization of our higher self we become more like God,

but that God never ceases to be the Unattainable, the Incomprehensible.



-- Notebooks Category 25: World-Mind in Individual Mind >
Chapter 1: Their Meeting and Interchange > # 150
Paul Brunton

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