VBT – Meditation 39.1

The Law Of The Three

The whole human consciousness, in whatsoever dimension it works, comes to “The Law Of The Three.” ‘Aum’ is a symbol of The “Law Of The Three.” A-U-M: these three are basic sounds. The atomic sounds, you can call them. These three sounds have been combined in Aum, so Aum is just near the absolute, just behind it is the absolute, the unknown. And Aum is the last station as far as sounds are concerned. If you move beyond Aum, you move beyond sound; then there is no sound.

A-U-M: these three are the last, they are the boundary of existence. Beyond these three you move into the unknown, into the absolute.

Physicists say that now we have come to the electron, it seems we have come to the limit, to the very limit, because the electron cannot be said to be matter. Electrons are not visible; they have no material property. And they cannot be called non-matter either because all matter consists of them, is constituted of them. If they are neither matter nor non-matter, what to call them? No one has seen electrons, they are just inferred; it is mathematically assumed that they are there. Their effects are known, but they have not been seen. Now we cannot move beyond them. The “Law Of The Three” is the limit, and if you move beyond “The Law Of The Three” you move into the unknown. Nothing can be said then. Even about electrons very little can be said.

Aum is the limit as far as sound is concerned, you cannot move beyond. That is why Aum has been used so much, in India, and all over the world. The Christian-Mohammedan ‘Amen’ is nothing but Aum in a different form; the same basic notes are there. The English words ‘omnipresent,’ ‘omnipotent,’ ‘omniscient’ contain it: the prefix ‘omni’ is a derivation of Aum. So ‘omnipresent’ refers to that which is present in the whole of the Aum, in the whole of existence. ‘Omnipotent’ means that which is absolutely potent. ‘Omniscient’ means that which has seen the Aum, the whole, “The Law Of The Three.” The whole universe comes under it.

Christians, Mohammedans, have been using after their prayers ‘Amen.’ But Hindus have made a complete science out of it – the science of sound and the science of how to transcend sound. And if mind is sound, then no-mind must be soundlessness, or – and both mean the same – soundfulness.

This has to be understood. The absolute can be described in either of two ways – negative or positive. The relative has to be described in both ways – negative and positive: it is a duality.

When you try to express the absolute, you can use either positive terms or negative terms, because human languages have two types of terms – negative and positive. When you are going to describe the absolute, the indescribable, you have to use some terms symbolically. So it depends on the mind.


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