[Advaita-l] Can Jivan Mukta become bound again a if he offends Ishwara?

Srirudra srirudra at gmail.com
Tue Jun 18 05:43:32 CDT 2013

Dear Sri Rajaram
We can take the sloka to mean that one should never ever think of offending Ishwara.To emphasise that perhaps the poet took the superlative position.Even a Jeevan mukhta will revert if he offends The Lord has to take to mean that it should not be done.Not that jivanmukhtha will do it.It is just poetic way of cautioning us.Hope in this way we need not speculate on the hypothetical.R.Krishnamoorthy.

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On 17-Jun-2013, at 12:25 PM, rajaramvenk at gmail.com wrote:

> Hare Krishna. What is the sastra (shruti) pramana that a jIvan muktA will not become bound again whatever he does after self-realisation due to prarabda and purva karma vasana? I found the following smrti verse, which says that a jivan mukta will become bound by karma if he offends the lord! 
> jévanmuktä api punar bandhanaù yänti karmabhiùyady acintya-mahä-çaktau bhagavatyiaparädhinaù
> The jévanmuktas again become bound by karma if they commit offense to theLord, possessor of inconceivably great energies
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