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From The Notebooks of Peter Seeker

Seeker’s Closing Message 

I began these notebooks with a short note to scientists who in the course of their studies might find themselves studying the research I have done over the last forty years. At the end of this notebook, I felt I should close with another note to share a little more about the journey I have made. This note is not about me. Rather, it is about the search for knowledge I have been engaged in throughout my life. I did not start out seeking knowledge. I was one of those factual people dedicated to science trying to uncover information, data, statistics and hopefully some useable technology to improve the lives of individuals and society. I did not have the slightest idea of what life had in store for me.

As I look back on my career, I see there have been three values in my life that made the difference. I did not understand the importance of these values when I started life. Today, I have a better idea of their role in my discovering Brahman. I wanted to share these values with those who are looking for an exciting ride through life on their way towards self-discovery. These values are:

  • Conceive reality as infinite;
  • Believe in this infinity;
  • Seek to achieve that infinity in action.

Remember in the end, we are all Brahman, a self-existent, infinite consciousness expressing itself through the limitations of outer Nature. The more you remove the limitations within yourself, the more Brahman expresses in your life.

Enjoy the Journey
Peter Seeker

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