In an epical story, when an Archer was aiming at his target, his teacher asked him,
"What all you are able to see?"
"Nothing except the target point" was the Archer's reply.
The story may or may not be true, but it informs us about the state of a person's mind at absolute state when he misses everything else except his target point. This state used to look imaginary to me until recently when I myself attained this state of mind. My story of reaching this state of mind is simple, logical and makes the state easily attainable.
In 1992, I was free from my family responsibilities rightly or wrongly, and began probing Vedic Scriptures for finding some science from them, as is often said by Indians but none had ever found or stated the science available in Vedic Scriptures. For this reason, I used to consider these scriptures as a burden on donkey's back who is carrying it for no gain from it. Indians really carried Vedic Scriptures for over 2,000 years without any gains from them. Responsibility of these gains through studies and spreading the knowledge was taken by a community called Brahmans through Chaturvarna arrangement of Manusmriti. But this community remained busy in cheating people in multiple ways for luxurious lifestyles of own with cost to people, and never bothered to look into the Vedic Scriptures. Conversely, psychologically damaging non-Vedic literature containing fake stories and misleading teachings were kept in circulation for serving their vested interests. For this reason, I conclude that the social arrangement preached by Manusmriti miserably failed in serving its purpose, hence this scripture need be washed off from people's minds and Indian scriptural records. It has now been revealed to me that Manusmriti is not a Vedic scripture, but is anti-Vedic view. The Vediv view was free choice for each individual to pursue a profession based on his choice while Manusmriti binds it to family of birth of an individual.
Truly Vedic Scriptures were never traced for their real intentions. This used to be painful to me. So, on getting free, I tried to find Vedic Sciences in the scriptures. In this journey, I faced two major problems.
Vedic Sanskrit Language
Language used in Vedic Scriptures is named Vedic Sanskrit which is quite different from the modern Sanskrit, and nobody knew what Vedic Sanskrit was. All translations of scriptures circulating in public are based on modern Sanskrit, hence are fake. So my first task was to understand Vedic Sanskrit language. A book 'Ved Rahasya' by Sri Arvind provided some clue to me about Vedic Sanskrit without any conclusion. I took the clue and extended it for my investigations.
Through many obstacles, failures and frustrations, I found the right way to decipher Vedic literature about 2 months back. Since then, I am on the work of translating a Vedic Scripture 'Bhavaprakash'.
My second problem has been presence of a large number of fake scriptures which were written during Vedic period but are not Vedic in their views and intents. These were created by opponents of Vedic scholars who wanted to establish their rule over people of the land through making them physically and mentally sick and exploiting them psychologically, economically, and socially. These opponents have been represented by Brahmans in post-Vedic period.
Whatever popular scripture I tried to translate was found to be misguiding and confusing historically. Some such scriptures are Mahaabhaarat, Raamaayan, Manusmriti, etc. which I had to close down after going through a few pages.
As a health-conscious person, I had been interested in Ayurveda for which a good source book is said to be 'Bhavaprakash'. Modern so-called Ayurveda experts opine that this book was authored in 14th century. I tried to understand contents of this book, and found to my shock and surprise that it is an original Vedic scripture authored by Muni Agastya. Its contents have three parallel meanings about Ayurveda, Vedic History and Vedic Geography. Since this discovery, I have been on the work of translating it and writing articles on my new website for the purpose. The current Ayurvedic practices are fake and harmful to human health, though these are said to be based on Bhavaprakash, but without understanding it truly.
Through working on Bhavaprakash, I have the realization that this has been the work I am made for, and I feel perfectly at home and calm with this work, with everything else disappearing from my sight. I call this state of my mind as 'absolute'.
Another benefit of this work to me is my health which has been improving with pursuance of disciplined lifestyle as per Vedic traditions. I now dream of living happily, healthily and actively for hundreds of years using health secrets provided in Bhavaprakash like the author Agastya lived.