[Advaita-l] jeevo brahmaiva naparaH

Venkatraghavan S agnimile at gmail.com
Thu Mar 16 06:35:43 EDT 2017

Namaste Sri Bhaskar ji,

I think the intention of what I said would apply to any statement related
to Brahman - including your own.

No worries though, ultimately everyone will come to the right understanding.


On 16 Mar 2017 10:20 a.m., "Bhaskar YR" <bhaskar.yr at in.abb.com> wrote:

> praNAms Sri Venkatraghavan prabhuji
> Hare Krishna
> An uncommon commonality in our view point hence happy to write :-)
> True. kArya and kAraNa are simply two words, the substance is only one.
> >  Absolutely right.
> That being so, how can there be any sambandha when there is only one
> substance? Any sambandha, even tAdAtmya or ananyatva, presupposes having
> two entities between whom a sambandha is possible.
> >  This bridge between kAraNa kArya not required really when we realize
> the 'sbustance' in two different words is ekaM eva adviteeyaM.  ekaM sat
> viprA bahudA vadanti..I  call 'neeru'  you call it 'taNNi',  someone else
> call it ' paani'  call it by any name the essence is H2O only nothing
> else.  mruttiketyeva satyaM :-)
> Ultimately, no point getting attached to words and concepts like kArya,
> kAraNa, jIva, jagat, Ishavara, avidyA, mAya, satyam, Sankara said this,
> vidyAraNya said that, etc - because Brahman is beyond all these, and we
> have to necessarily drop every blessed thing in order to know that which is
> beyond knowledge.
> >  again absolutely right prabhuji...I am in full agreement with you.  Why
> we have to be so fussy  in insisting  jeeva is the brahma but jagat is
> mithya etc.  when brahman is beyond jeeva, jagat & Ishwara !!
> Hari Hari Hari Bol!!!
> bhaskar

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