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In the Kena Upanishad following is said about the Absolute Brahman(not Atma...if Atma and Brahman are same then probably I have asked this question before. But in my opinion Absolute Brahman is a state of pure bliss. Atma merges into Brahman.):
‘What speech cannot reveal, but what reveals speech—know thou That alone as Brahman, and not this (anything objective)that people worship here.’
‘What hearing fails to hear, but what hears hearing— know thou That alone as Brahman, and not this that people worship here.’
‘What smell does not reveal, but what reveals smell— know thou That alone as Brahman, and not this that people worship here.’
As per my understanding, the formless Absolute, although without ear, is capable hearing; although without nose, is capable of smelling; although without mouth, is capable of speech.
My question is: Can the formless Absolute Brahman see, speak, hear and smell without eyes, mouth, ears and nose?