Born and Unborn


It is a story of the life of a nuclear physicist and a cosmologist, who encountered a mental phenomenon which he interpreted as an encounter with God. While he was doing his Masters degree in Physics, he accidentally came across a spiritual phenomenon that seemed bizarre. More he grappled to understand if the source of the phenomenon was his own brain or not, more he sank in a mental quagmire. Thus he entered a realm where he “heard” the voice of God, who gradually took control of his mind.  Since then he started communicating with an incomprehensible being, who seemed to exist outside the realm of reason and rationality. The inner being became his guide, who helped him to write an epic relating the story of the wandering of the universal man, of whom all human beings are parts.  Then he opened in his mind a vista to unknown territories of the mind through the works of arts. While engaged in a project called “Art without Beginning and End”, he discovered a new vision to explore the physical world. In the end he discovered a new universe, where time existed in a timeless arena. When the tasks that the inner guide had endowed on him were fulfilled, he found himself entrapped in an alien world, where he felt himself encapsulated in a reality totally different from what others called the reality of life. In this multi-layered reality he became a lonely traveler in a colorful visionary world that spanned from the microscopic realm of the molecules to the largest structures in the cosmos. 

The ecstasies of entering the deeper realms of the mind and discovering the mystery of existence were again and again mired by tragedies on the way.  He lost his only son on the mountain top in the Alps orchestrated by absurd coincidences of events followed by a premonition of death -as if everything was predestined from beforehand.  Again and again suffering and despair followed. Believing that the source of suffering was the psychological mess created by the belief in the spiritual world, every time he tried to tear down the spiritual world with scientific rationality, calamities followed, which led him to submit his will to the will of God that seemed to be steering the course of his life.

 The manuscript is a story of a real encounter and a drama experienced by the author. He uses his scientific mind in dissecting and analyzing the spiritual world, while keeping alive the power of doubt and the possibility that brain could be a computer of immense power that can delude the mind. While he reveals the possible ways to understand and interpret the spiritual experiences, the readers who wonder about the question “Does God exist or not?” will get new perspectives to understand God by using one`s own mind and brain as the portal to the spiritual world.


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In 1999 he proposed a new theory of the creation of the universe where the cosmic structures are built in fractal hierarchy following a universal dynamics and a cosmic design. Since then he has been engaged in communicating this theory of "Timelessness in Time". His first literary-philosophical book was about the death of his only son, who was bereaved of life in an accident on the Alps in 1990. After this accident he left scientific research for some years and engaged himself in writing an epic called "Tathagata`s Journey" about the wandering of the universal man, who comes and goes life after life. Through this writing he tried to grasp the meaning of life and death and the purpose of the journey of life while drawing inspirations from the epics, mythologies and the philosophies of the East and the West. The first exhibition of his paintings entitled "Reality Myth and Dream in the Norwegian Landscape: Art without Beginning and End Moving Through the Cycles of Life, Death and Resurrection" was held at Seoul Arts Centre in 1997. He has also held solo exhibitions in India. Presently he is working with a project called "Windows of Light". His latest writing is "Born and Unborn: God Delusion and Reality", where he tells about his experiences of the supernatural world, who has guided his life. The encounter with the supernatural has created great torments and turmoils in his life and made him feel like an alien in the world. He has written this book in order to grasp the nature of the mind and brain and their relations to the cosmos as well as to understand himself. He hopes that through this book the others may also be able to see and understand themselves.

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Relations of the mind and brain to the cosmos, the natural laws and realm not understood by man