Well, if you enjoy believing that you are part of god, it’s your life. Personally, it seems intellectually dishonest, and is not my cup of tea (or koolaid), so to speak.
I can’t say that I know anything much about Hindusm or the Veda, but it seems to me to be more religious dogma dressed up with your (or the Veda’s?) interpretation that man is a part of god.
And for you to even begin to think differently you have to change you thoughts and understanding on what god is. And very few people are going to be able to do this.
Jesus did, he changed his whole thinking about the meaning of god.
There were two lines of thought in Egypt.
The Roman thinking of God and the Gnostic thinking of god.
Rome ruled, so guess what.
As far as the Vedic and Hinduism teachings. I will put it like this, with the Middle East religions; I like to draw a tree with the different branches of religion as they evolve. If you don’t include the vedic then you have no trunk on the diagram.
That would be impossible to do with the religions that evolved and stayed in India. Way to many branches.
So you have to stick with concepts and ideas.
Do you feel that you have a knowledge and understanding of right, wrong, life, death? If so you are already there in many ways.
If you agree that man created god, then you should not have any trouble with Gnostic thinking.
If you think that woman are equal to men, in the world of gods, that’s Gnostic.
Last, what are your thoughts about death? Older religions were mostly Sky Burials. That is you returned to spirits and back to earth. The last thing they would want would be put into the earth. Jesus was in the middle, using bone boxes. And of course bones held the spirit or the Holy Ghost.
Me, I don’t care, when you are dead, your dead. And the most godly thing you can do is to pass on your knowledge.