A Constrained Model for Soul


After conducting her experiments and concluding that each of us existed prior to birth as a soul, Wambach (36, p.167) runs through a pressing feeling of verifying her data in the truest form. Sadly, however, she realized that “short of committing suicide and observing my rebirth, there was no way I could validate the material that came through my subjects”. It may also be predicted that her desired step is bound to be a failure. She cannot   ensure that her memory and observations after death would continue in the new life. Once I consoled a grieving lady “Don’t lose heart, remember you were a powerful Cleopatra some two thousand years ago.” Her distressed mind was clear and loud “ I don’t remember, I was a Cleopatra ever; I’m miserable and she is of no help to me.” This is a certain end for each of us till we reach a higher state of consciousness called Buddh State (2), when the past lives open up automatically.

 Feelings, emotions, ideas and word-bound knowledge do not travel from one life to the other, normally. Most discussions on death and soul, therefore, end up in a theoretical analysis and discussion citing   Upanishads (37, 38, 39). The only well understood point in the matter of life and death, however, is the distinction between body, spirit and soul. A spirit is an ethereal replica of a physical body (including its clothes!), separable from it under certain conditions by some persons (37), or moving out of body   during the out-of-the-body experience (40). Contrarily, a soul is ‘seen’ as a tiny glistening ball, hovering over an unconscious man, in a sitting of Tantra (41). Description and size of the object and the near dead condition of the subject under experiment establish its identity with atta -- one of the three consciousness bodies photographed by me (2). The other accompaniments of atta in a living man are attadhar, brahm, and   atma. These together constitute our soul 

Ultimate understanding of human consciousness could only be reached after photographic evidence on the constituents of soul came to   light. How does a model of soul look like after meeting the constrains listed above? The answer to the question is attempted in the fourth chapter of the document.