[Advaita-l] deva kaNa or God particle

Abhishek Madhyastha abhishek046 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 6 11:26:59 CDT 2012

Suppose this is particle is brahman, then what happens if someone
finds a particle smaller than it and that particle is shown to be
fundamental? Does it mean that Brahman is divisible?!!
How absurd does that sound! From the vedanta point of view wouldn't
viewing Brahman as a particle/object be the same as the mistake of
saying "I am this body", i.e identifying the self with objects?

On 7/6/12, Vidyasankar Sundaresan <svidyasankar at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> What we call Brahman is the God particle. This particle pervades the
> Do you mean to say that the so-called God particle (the Higgs boson)
> is brahman? Or do you want to say that brahman is a different kind of
> God particle holding the universe together?
>> universe and provides the force to hold
>> the universe together. With out this particle the universe cannot exists.
>> This is the laymans explanation
> Could we rise above this sort of layman's explanation on this list? These
> facile equivalences do a major disservice to both science and vedAnta.
> Vidyasankar 		 	   		
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