[Advaita-l] What If Time Is an Illusion?
kuntimaddisada at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 7 03:02:31 EST 2019
Chandramouliji - PraNAms
Yes, you are right. I have heard that statement before - not sure where.;
The fact is it is akhanda since in the deep sleep stage it is undifferentiated homogeneous - ignorance of everything. Since it is known - the consciousness is behind it. Of course, we can only report about that state ' I did not know anything' only when the instrument for communication - the mind and the faculty of speech are in the working condition.
I like the phrase too!
Anyway - with this, I remain.
Since avidyA vRittis in plural is mentioned, I am not sure if the term akhanda
aakaara ajnaana vRitti in sushupti is appropriate. Confirmation of its use
by some commentator would have been useful.
On Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 7:55 PM kuntimaddi sadananda <
kuntimaddisada at yahoo.com> wrote:
> << That is what sushupti or deep sleep state implies - the absence of
> subject-object duality - hence the ignorance - or akhanda aakaara ajnaana
> vRitti >>.
> Can you please give some reference to where this akhanda aakaara ajnaana
> vRitti during sushupti is mentioned. I have not come across such a
> Chandramouliji - PraNAms
> I think it is discussed in the 11th Chapter of Panchadashi - I think there
> was some discussion with Subbuji and late Shreeman Sastriji. I am not sure
> Swami Paramarthanandaji covered this chapter.
> Shree Subbuji can help.
> Hari Om!
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