Materialistic philosophy, being based on intellect alone cannot perceive the meaning of our existence. The human being, as a mere physical entity in this vast universe, has little significance. What makes his life significant is hidden and much more Real. Man is not a glorified animal, but a spiritual being with unlimited potentialities, which he can develop when he recognizes that he is one with the great Reality which underlies the universe and is vaguely referred to as God.
The author, who was both a scientist and a deep student of the spiritual dimension, here adopts an approach that is a synthesis of science, philosophy and religion. He probes here such subjects as the concept of the Absolute, the manifest and the unmanifest, mathematics as the basis of manifestation, and the nature of maya or illusion, time and space.
The serious reader will be highly stimulated by the concepts of Dr Taimni on the nature of the real, though invisible, universe, in relation to the visible one.