The Vedic Truth as manifested in ‘Diamond’
Diamond explained thus:
The very Vedic Truth as experienced in one’s life is going to be related with its full fledged form; how it works in a man and what experiences are made when the goal is attained. It is personal experiences narrated. And thus, it is Truth. And the veracity of this personal Truth will be corroborated when it becomes universal as spoken in the Vedas. By the form of the experienced man, it proves its own Truth and this form will appear within the body of innumerable men, women and children. It is meant for each and every man, boy and old alike. It is en-masse, as the attainer of the Supreme Light in the cerebrum is the Universalle-La-Homme. It is this ‘I am the Prefect and the Supreme One’. The ancient Vedic Rishis experienced this very Truth in the days of yore; and with an open heart, they vested this heritage to the human race.
Even to-day, to our utter astonishment and bewilderment, we find the very same heritage winding its course in every human heart to burst out like a midday sun to illuminate the globe and to shower the world of bliss over the human race by uniting them into ‘one and oneness’. By personal experiences as well as by bearing the proof of the ‘oneness’, it passes unchallenged, as it is experienced by the person himself. BY these personal experiences, the challenger becomes a witness to the veracity of the Vedic Truth, nay, not an idle witness, but becomes an active announcer.
No, it is not confined here. Swetaswetar Upanishad announces, ‘Let a man attain this Brahmahood (Supreme one) and in the immediate succession follows the Vedic Truth; that is, thousands and thousands of people will see him (the attainer of the Brahmahood) in his living human form, that is, the very identical form of the attainer within them and speak out the wonderful statement of the Vedic Truth.
The Vedic Truth is meant for the whole human race. It is not confined to any ‘ism’. It is the cosmic law of the mankind which conducts him in each and every second of his life; nay, it is the very vibration and the breathing of his heart. It evinces that the Vedas are not the monopoly of the Hindus alone; and again, it is not confined to any race and in India alone. It is meant for the lowliest of the low and the highest of the high. It pervades the globe from one end to the other.
And now, how this most wonderful miracle takes place in a man is related.
The Vedic lore runs thus :
‘And thus this Man, rising from the lower plane to the seventh plane, attains the Supreme Light, and by his own form made of god’s light, appears within myriads of people to prove his attainment of Brahmahood as he is the perfect and the Supreme One’.
“The attainer himself will also see almost all within himself whosoever will come in contract with him as has been mentioned in Kaivalya Upanishad, ‘The attainer of Brahmahood will be seen by all in them (in their own bodies) and he himself will see all in him (i.e., within his own body) and there is nothing furthermore. This is ‘ One is all and All is One’ – Pantheism.
This is the most mysterious feature of the miracle as it is nothing but the most unsurmountable miracle for one Man to be seen by myriads of men as long as he lives.
Now the question of solving the mystery and bringing out its nature in the day-light is left to the scientists.