Brahman simply can’t be on the paper. At best, it could analogize to the drip of ink at the end of the pen before the circle is drawn.

Poorly analogized, Brahman simply can’t be on the paper.

Example: You draw a circle on a piece of paper. In it, you put “Collective human consciousness”.

If you were to draw another circle that shows Brahman as not being connected, it wouldn’t be enough, because it’s still a circle drawn on a piece of paper, in the same dimensional plane as the circle of collective human consciousness.

Brahman simply can’t be on the paper. At best, it could analogize to the drip of ink at the end of the pen before the circle is drawn.

That’s how I analogize it anyway.

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