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Sorry. There happened a misunderstanding. You don't like the 'word "ME"' for Brahman, so I expressed it in such way. Sorry for not representing "Me" within quotes. Please re-read with "Me" within quotes, you can understand what I said..
And regarding Nasadiya Sukta, do you know what is the first sentence said??
"There was neither existence nor non-existence"..
If someone say, "Brahman is non-existence", I will prove them wrong.
If someone say, "Brahman is existence", I will prove them wrong.
If someone say, "Brahman is this/that/anything/anyverb", I will prove them wrong.
If someone say, "Brahman cannot be explained in words, It cannot be known and also It is not unknown, It is always known yet it is unknown", I will surely stand with them.
Whomever said "I know Brahman", I'm sure whatever he expresses is not Brahman, because Brahman cannot be known, but in silence/Peace, it is always Known.
It is Me.. But Who am I? I am Brahman, but who is Brahman? Brahman is Me.. More than that, it is always unknown...
It cannot be expressed in any words, any...
This is not just my words, but words in Upanishads as also in Nasadiya Sukta, etc..
In case of "hearts" and "wisdom" pointed in Nasadiya sukta, it's very very simple.
As Ramana Maharshi says, follow the "I-I" though and it will reach to the heart in right side. I felt it 2 months before and feel everytime when I follow that thought. In the right chest, you can feel the vibration, a very blissful presence of something there... Science cannot prove it. Science can examine only nerves and some pranic energies but not the right heart. You can feel it now, just now itself, if u leave back all desires you seek and follow the "I-I" thought..
I can relate to that experience of a blissful presence in the heart area, though I try not to overanalyse it and end up back "in my head", so to speak.
For now it's enough to reflect on "So'ham" as the answer to "koham?"