Corollary: There is no existence that is not manifested.

Corollary: Anything that is manifested is capable of being perceived.


I am using the dictionary definitions as follows:

EXIST: to have being; be.

MANIFEST: perceived by the eye or understanding; evident; obvious; apparent; plain.

Any conjecture about how existence comes about, is a thought. Any conjecture about existence that is not manifested, is also a thought.

All such thoughts may be perceived as manifestation of conjectures. They are, therefore, existing. All conjectures about existence are, therefore, a part of existence.

Reference: The Creation Hymn of Rig Veda

The Vedic Process of Neti neti” supposedly leads one toward the realization of the ultimate knowledge that supports existence. This process helps break the habit and/or constraints of thinking.

The ultimate knowledge seems to be that existence is what is. There is no separate cause.


Complete Reference: KHTK AXIOMS: A Work in Progress


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  • Chris Thompson  On November 21, 2012 at 8:10 AM

    Very much improved. Reading this and musing over the revisions I had a small epiphany about how the “map is not the territory.” It is good to write this axiom, even if just for ourselves. Maybe that is all one can do: Write it for oneself. Each person in turn must write it for themself.

    • vinaire  On November 21, 2012 at 6:57 PM

      It seems that I am just sorting out the English language, but I guess that is what needs to be done.

      Probably thought has not been looked upon as part of existence. Apparently, a new idea that thought exists just like other things that exist.

      The bottom line of existence is manifestation.


  • vinaire  On March 8, 2019 at 7:10 AM

    It is good to see this old blog post again.

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