[Advaita-l] If Jagat is Satya like Brahman

Rajesh Benjwal rbenjwal at gmail.com
Wed Apr 6 00:40:19 CDT 2016


Jagat is name of a vastu and like that satyam and mithya is not the name of
a vastu but these indicate towards our understanding of existential nature
of a vastu. So when you say "excreta is" then there are
two variables involved one is "excreta" and one is "is" where-ever there is
"samAnAdhikaraNam"  like this there two types of buddhis are available. One
is sad and one is asad. Here one is  "excreta buddhi" OR  "excreta vRitti"
and one is "sad buddhi" which is in the form of "asti." Now this "asad
buddhi" keep changing with the object but "sad buddhi" never changes, it
remains same.

So when you say jagat OR  dog's excreta is satyam you are talking from "sad
buddhi" POV, when you say it is mithyA then you are talking from "asad
buddhi" POV, in vhyavahAra both are available.


On Wed, Apr 6, 2016 at 9:28 AM, Venkatesh Murthy (वेङ्कटेशः
सीतारामार्यपुत्रः) <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:

> Namaste
> Everything is Brahman and Jagat is also Brahman. Therefore Jagat is
> Satya only not Mithya. Everything in the world is Satya and Brahman
> only. This argument will have objection by Dvaitis like this. If
> everything is Brahman and Satya the dog's excreta lying in the street
> is also Satya and Brahman. What is the difference between you and that
> dog's excreta? You both are the same.
> Therefore to avoid becoming same as dog's excreta we have to say Jagat
> and everything in Jagat is Mithya. Dog's excreta is also Mithya only.
> It is not Satya. But Sruti has said Tat Tvam Asi and Aham Brahmasmi.
> Therefore I am not Mithya. I am Brahman. I am Satya.
> --
> Regards
> -Venkatesh
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