[Advaita-l] What If Time Is an Illusion?

H S Chandramouli hschandramouli at gmail.com
Wed Mar 13 06:16:16 EDT 2019

I am sorry Ramesam Ji.  What I got when I clicked on the link appears to be
a completely wrong one. My post may please be considered as withdrawn.
Regret the mixup.

On Wed, Mar 13, 2019 at 12:29 PM H S Chandramouli <hschandramouli at gmail.com>

> On Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 11:08 PM Ramesam Vemuri <vemuri.ramesam at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> A humble submission in the context of explaining how the "Happiness" of
>> Deep sleep is known to the Awake mind:
>> Quote:
>> The ‘happy-feel’ factor felt in the awake state is neither an experience
>> nor a memory of what was actually there in that timeless and spaceless Deep
>> sleep. What is experienced by the awake mind is the after-glow of the Deep
>> sleep. The Happiness that was the Deep sleep leaves  Its footprint in the
>> form of a totally  relaxed body-organism and this relaxation is stored in
>> the form of tension-free muscles etc. On awaking from sleep, the mind
>> senses this relaxed state and expresses it as “I had a sound sleep; I feel
>> relaxed.”  The  after-glow  gets stored in the brain cells too. That is
>> expressed by the awake mind as “I am refreshed.” As the day progresses, the
>> body muscles accumulate tension and the brain cells accumulate toxins. Thus
>> the awake mind does not any more sense that relaxed and refreshed feeling
>> as the day goes on."
>> ---- From:    https://www.advaita-vision.org/deep-sleep-in-direct-path/
>> Quote ends.
>>  Namaste.
>  This may be ok at one level of understanding. A primafacie view. I am
> sure there are dozens of such postulates proposed. But there could  be more
> fundamental Principles involved which are revealed on a closer scrutiny.
> When apples were falling, only Newton cameup with a Principle underlying
> such happenings.  What is under discussion is some aspects of how advaita
> sidhanta views the sushupti experience.
> Regards

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