A “Question of the Month” with Sri Aurobindo’s reply and a story from the Kena Upanishad
I was somewhat surprised by the sentence: "And what will be the result of knowing and possessing Brahman as the supreme Ananda? It is that towards the knower and possessor of the Brahman is directed the desire of all creatures. In other words, he becomes a centre of the divine Delight shedding it on all the world and attracting all to it as to a fountain of joy and love and self-fulfilment in the universe."
In my humble view Brahman being infinite cannot be neither known nor possessed. Brahman is not an energy. What is named by the word "Brahman" in the text is a projection or a manifestation of the Divine Light that shines through the screen of the human mind acting as a mediator who transmutes the Divine Light (pure information) to communicate divine information by creating a materialised tool.
Yeah! Any other comment ?