Is Present Reality: The Super-science of the transcendental value investigates our reality as an entity.

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Is Present Realty: The Super-science of the transcendental value investigates our reality as an entity who has the power to shape the present and be the light that affirms our presence in the eternal future.

The transcendental value of the past is immanent within the present. The present becomes the subject of scientific investigation. The entity who conceived the scientifically investigable present is the super-scientific factor, whose reality transcends beyond the limits of science. An observer behaves as a mirror image of the present and uses the light of self-consciousness for illuminating the reality of the universe. Without the observer’s light, the present of the universe is the dark matter. Once the observer services the sentient light force, the future of the observer is the black hole.

As a manager of our reality, we have an option not to transform our sentient energy into a light force, behaving as if we are the white star source of light, for illuminating the reality of the universe. Instead, we may invest our energy for conceiving a different reality at any moment that thereafter constitutes the past. Such unique reality is scientifically observable in the present as the illuminated matter. The illuminated matter is a proportion of the present, which is the dark matter. Thus, if an observer observes the illuminated matter as the rope, it might as well be a body of atoms that eventually transforms into a body of cells. That body of cells may be the reality of a snake. What we observe and experience in the present is not necessarily the reality. This work reveals the blockages that limit our vision’s dimensionality and the solutions to be the reality that shapes the eternal present.

As a theology and philosophy enthusiast who has read the works of the Greek philosophers and religious books; I must say the third book in Vipin Gupta’s “Is Present Reality the Super-Science of The Transcendental Value,” should be included on the Great Hall of Fame of wisdom books shelf. – Susan Violante, Reader Views

The author has penned down all the possible blockages that hinder our vision to be the reality that can shape our present better. This book talks about the mystical value of the past that leaves an impact on our present. The author enlightens us with several paradigms in providing solutions for managing the present reality. — Aashi Vats, The Literature Today

Restorative. Interestingly Intriguing. This book in mainly to investigate our reality as an entity who has the power to shape the present and illuminate our presence for the eternal future. Be it content, conceptualization or the editorial work done, this book is marvelous. My advice to the readers would be to be patient, be prepared to unlearn the learnt things so that this advanced and prodigious book can bring the much needed change in our mindset. – Atrayee Bhattacharya, Criticspace Journals

I am fascinated and thirsty to see how metaphysics, the supernatural, and science are connected to my present reality. My mind continued to process the information, even after I took breaks from reading. My dreams were also very interesting. I felt as if my subconscious was trying to guide me to gain greater understanding of what I was learning. – – Paige Lovitt, Reader Views

This book is a prolific work of several years of dedicated analysis, designed and provided to us to lead a better life through awakening our consciousness. One gets to know how limited or hindered are our existing prowess about reality. What we observe or experience in the present may or may not be the reality. — Aashi Vats, The Literature Today

There are various mathematical criticisms done throughout the book which incorporates the Western science with the Eastern cultural wisdom. There is a medley of revelations done. You’ll be surprised to know that the speed of light is infinity. Scientific minds would definitely have a long argument over this; however, I would ask you all to read this book, for you never know how much you actually don’t know or never think over. – Atrayee Bhattacharya, Criticspace Journals

“Is Present Reality” illustrates the multidimensional reality (past, present, and future); humans’ multi-dimensions (intellectual, physical and spiritual), as well as the multidimensions of other realms of existence. It doesn’t limit reality to our own life, as reality continues when we transcend which it would be the reality without us. – Susan Violante, Reader Views

I would recommend this book for anyone who is struck and confused somewhere in the ladder of success. This book is a wholesome solution to people who fail to amass the widened knowledge that is available in our ancient scriptures. The book is difficult; still it is unapologetic in diversifying from the known and established facts and that is the best part of it. — Aashi Vats, The Literature Today

I was intrigued by the concluding part where self consciousness is described as the origin of life. Reality is the illuminating value; a sentient entity is the illuminator factor which in turn forms the reality. This book goes on in unleashing several new and unknown or never-described version of Reality. Don’t let the present be curved and the future be limited by the effects of past reality; this happens to be the quote in the beginning. Doesn’t this invigorate our mindset? – Atrayee Bhattacharya, Criticspace Journals

I recommend this book to inquiring minds thirsty to reach a higher level. It is a five star, well written analysis of our present and how we can change ourselves to obtain the ‘future present reality’ we want. Through detailed explanation and scientific application, which includes an eclectic group of different disciplines, it reveals to readers concepts that will baffle, enlighten, and open their minds. – Susan Violante, Reader Views