A question on manifestation of maya

Prasad Balasubramanian besprasad at COPPERCOM.COM
Fri Mar 29 09:23:00 CST 2002

Kindly elaborate on the term kAlamAna.

-----Original Message-----
From: Gummuluru Murthy [mailto:gmurthy at MORGAN.UCS.MUN.CA]
Sent: Friday, March 29, 2002 9:47 AM
Subject: Re: A question on manifestation of maya

On Fri, 29 Mar 2002, Swaminarayan T wrote:

> In this context, a few days back, I had the opportunity to have satsang
> with a shastriji who follows the tradition of Shankara and when I posed
> this point to him, he responded with a question to me and asked me to do
> vichara on the same. The question is as follows and I submit the same to
> our members for their considered reactions which will be to my benefit
> in my  own pursuitof the same:
> The subject of discussion is about the "JAGRUT AVASTHAA" and the  "SWAPNA
> AVASTHAA" .The Question is:
>"Is Kaala (Time) included in any Avastha or is Avastha included in the
> Shall be grateful for your reactions.
> Hari Om!
> Swaminarayan.


In my view, it is obvious that kAla is included in the avastha, rather
than avastha is included in the kAla.

Each avastha has its own kAlamAna and each kAlamAna is independent of
the other avastha.

Gummuluru Murthy

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