[Advaita-l] the verb "to be"

Haresh Bakshi hareshbakshi at gmail.com
Fri Aug 1 15:17:20 CDT 2008

namaste, the noticer of "to be" has no property of being or non-being; but
act of noticing has the property of being when noticing is taking place, and
the property of non-being when the act of noticing ceases.

Whether noticing takes place or not, the noticer always "is" -- eternally
Present Tense of "to be".

In other words, the Experiencer is not the same as the experience. And, the
Experiencer always "is" -- whether the Existence is noticed as an experience

or not.

dhanyavaadaH namaste cha |

On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 12:48 PM, Marko Gregoric <markogregori at gmail.com>wrote:

> Why? The "noticer" of "to be" has no property of being or not-being.
> Thanks for your answer!
> Marko
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Haresh Bakshi

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