This Book describes an autobiographical account of the Realisation of the author from basic experiences of life and from conducting extensive scientific investigations into the human condition as it relates to the Natural Sciences in the Evolution of the Species. It is proof that the Darwinian Concept of the survival of the fittest according to biological attributes of living beings is superceded by the spiritual basis for conducting an individual life towards the strive for liberty which has long been described by Hindus as moksha or mukti. The author shows that this libertarianism is attainable within the present life and is a material cum spiritual Realisation that need not be aspired to over numerous lives in reincarnation as Hindus and Buddhists believe. One has all that one needs to survive in dignity of liberty within the home with a family life, and one attains satisfaction, contentment and peace of mind, together being happiness ('ananda' in Hindu spiritual parlance).
My audience would be scientists in Evolution of Man, those of religious bent of mind, and Administrators who would need to reassess their priorities from a reading of what the message is essentially from the book, namely, the Meaning of Life, and Existence. This should lead to rethinking priorities.
This is the following up of visions and utterrances that signposted the existence of a Higher Mind that the author attributed to a Being existing in the psyche of human beings if he himself was experiencing such hallucinations. It had to be chased and a self-psychiatric diagnosis and assement had to be made. It lasted 23 years of investigations into the human condition by studying human beings as basically like any other form of living beings endowed with a mind.