Who would have the idea of denying life on the pretext that it is not explainable? We are not asking for evidence about the existence of life: it is there everywhere as an evidence.
And yet, no one can say that he has seen life, because there is no way to present it as an object, a phenomenon that we would isolate in order to observe it under a microscope or a telescope: we just notice its manifestations. We see that beings are alive, that nature is alive; but life, that is to say, the energy, the current that infuses itself into them to bring them to life, to develop and die (yes, to die too, because death, as a transformation process, is part of life) -…life, it is impossible to have a precise knowledge of it. We do not know what it is, where it comes from, or where it ends, but we cannot doubt it.
Some will say, ” We do indeed know what life is about. When a child is born, we know that it has been given life by a man and a woman who have met, we now know all these processes in detail. And when a tree grows, we know that it originated from a seed whose germination and growth processes are also well known. »
It is true, everyone now knows how life on earth is transmitted and sustained. But its origin, how it emerged in the universe, then in the human being, is another question – …and especially how to manage to control it!
Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov, Synopsis Collection No. 3, Part I