Interview by Tasnima

  1. What do you mean by Cultural Factor?

The cultural factor is the force of culture that perpetuates as a sequence within our consciousness and shapes the goals we prioritize in our life.   Our goals are conditioned by the cultural force.   When the cricket dominates in the cultural system, we all wish to be cricketers and enjoy being fans of the cricketers.   We stop devoting proportionate priorities to other life dimensions, thus those dimensions suffer.  For instance, it becomes difficult for the nation to win the medals in the Olympics commensurate with its winning in the cricket field or with its population.  Thus, cultural factor forces us to exchange our culture with the time’s evolutionary force.   We become limited by the opportunities presented by time, instead of managing time with our conscious efforts.

  • How did you come up with the idea of merging biology with mathematics?

Mathematics is at the heart of biology.  For instance, a cell divides into two mother cells, which produce four daughter cells: two pure reproduction of the two other cells, one where the first mother cell is dominant, and another where the second mother cell is dominant.   Within the two mother cells, the masculine element is dominant in the first one and the feminine in the second one.   Thus, a cell produces a growth of six cells, as it transforms from a grandmother cell to a mother cell to a daughter cell.  After becoming a daughter cell, the cell reproduces the growth of six cells.  Thus, a cell breeds fifteen cells, six as a grandmother cell, six as a daughter cell, and three as a mother cell that changes its form over time. 

For breeding fifteen cells through the meiosis, there is a need for feeding seventeen cells through the mitosis including two potential mother cells that do not change their form even when the two mother cells are changing their form.  Due to the potential of the mother cell within them, the grandmother cell produces the growth of six mother cells including the one that reproduces five additional grandmother cells by acting like a potential grandmother cell.   Further, the daughter cell reproduces the growth of six granddaughter cells including the one that reproduces five additional daughter cells by acting like a potential daughter cell. 

As an entity, the cell takes on the identity of four generations to generate a twenty-four fold identity-differentiated growth.  The twenty-four folds norm the twenty-three chromosomes that divide the twenty-fourth undifferentiated codon into twenty-three additional chromosomes to produce a pair of twenty-three chromosomes. 

If we continue following the mathematics, we realize how a cell divides into 90,000 messenger RNAs within another cell for multiplying that cell into 90,000 proteins for forming a biological organism as a universe of cells. 

  • Why did you choose the subtitle of the book as Biology Beyond Darwin?

Modern science credits Charles Darwin as the Father of Biology.  Modern biology is guided by the principles illuminated by Darwin, based on the ideas such as natural selection, evolutionary force, and survival of the fittest.   These ideas limit our understanding of the reality of life.   There is ample evidence that a new approach is needed for understanding the potential of a cell.   How does a cell form diverse forms of multicellular organisms?  How time shapes the emergence of these forms through the cultural factor, that then evolves further over the space?

  • In this process of writing the series, how has your experience been as a writer?

Writing has brought clarity to my consciousness of the reality of Mother Nature.  We have the potential of Mother Nature within us.  Therefore, we have the capability to manifest the reality we wish without depending on anybody or reproducing what anyone is producing. 

  • Do you think that the series need to be read in the given chronology?

There are twelve books in the series, Project VIPIN, focused on understanding the vastly integrated processes inside nature.   Each book is on a different theme, and a reader may read the books in any sequence they wish. 

  •  Who have been the driving forces behind the creation of this book?

Mother Nature is the primary driving force driving me to create the book on the cultural factor with the blessings of Shri Krishna and Maha Saraswati.  My guru, Shri Kartar Singh Yadav ji, has illuminated my consciousness about the reality and entrusted me the responsibility for bringing the reality for the universal conscious well-being. 

  • What kind of research did you have to conduct to write this book?

This book required metaphysical research into the ontology, epistemology, and axiology of culture and biology.  It involved researching the causation, the sequential effects, and the consequence.  It also required researching the techniques for managing the consequences dynamically, forming the model for the growth of the desired effects, and considering alternative pathways.   

  • Why should readers take up this book as their next read?

If one is interested in knowing the reality of culture and biology, then this book will help ascend one’s consciousness dramatically to a level beyond their imagination.

  • You mention that cultural factor transforms the potential into the space for transformation. Please elaborate.

The cultural factor is the perpetuating value of the present.   By perpetuating the present, we transform our potential.   We perpetuate the present in our mental space.  Our mental space conceives the vision for the transformation of the present by positioning our consciousness as the absolute and then giving momentum to everything within that absolute consciousness.  Our absolute consciousness (paramatma) transforms us from the “present creature” (Prabhu) to God who is perpetuating the value of the present as a cultural factor.

  1. How different is this book from your previous publications?

This book focuses on the different forms we take over time in different lives due to God element within us.  It helps us become free from the dependence on an extrinsic God.   It helps us be a present God, i.e., the Absolute God.  And, it helps us transcend the limitations of the present God through absolute realization of the goal of our life as the Absolute God.  That absolute realization is the realization that we are the makers of our mood, destiny, divinity, and eternity.

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