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Discussions on Vedanta / Re: Panchadasi Lecture #3 Notes
« on: July 05, 2012, 08:51:10 AM »
Pranam Vijay,
Quote. In any perception a vritti or a thought of an object is formed in the mind through the five senses; the thought is illuminated by the reflection of consciousness in the mind to establish “this is”; a second reflection from the vritti establishes “I know this”. Unquote. The first reflection of the consciousness is prior to any thought. The all pervading consciousness is reflected by the mind which is the Reflected consciousness or Chidabhasa. Which is the 'I am'. Then the Chidabhasa reflect the virtti or thought and the knowledge of the object take place.

Hari Om!


Discussions on Vedanta / Re: Notes on Vichara Sagaram -1
« on: February 01, 2012, 11:45:51 AM »
Acharya Sadanandji Pranam,

Is the Chidhabasa contaminated by one's subtle and causal bodies or is its quality alike in all ?

Even in the objective knowledge it is actually the consciousness that is reveled but normally one give importance to the objective part ( vRitti ) of it ignoring the consciousness aspect; knowing of one's true nature, am I correct ?


Sadananda-ji  PraNAms,

<<The falseness arises only because there is no substantive for BMI complex as well as the world of objects around. BMI is part of the world since it is this body, this mind and this intellect and this world of objects.>>

Is there a contradiction here when viewed from the declared aphorism of Brahma is the material cause of the creation ?

Hari Om!


Discussions on Vedanta / Re: On Concepts and objects
« on: November 25, 2010, 04:38:08 AM »
Sadadanadji- PraNAms
<when the mind turns inwards and examines then the shining witnessing consciousness is realized or recognized - as what as I am is that ever shining ever existent consciousness because of which all the objects as well as concepts are known >

It has been told that when the outside object reflect the consciousness it also brings the attributes of the object. In the same manner when the all pervading consciousness is reflected by the mind that reflected consciousness also contains the attributes of mind. How can that contaminated consciousness realize or recognize the pure consciousness when one turn inwards ?

Discussions on Vedanta / Re: I can see!
« on: November 20, 2010, 12:47:14 AM »
Sadanandji Pranam,

I have re-posted this invaluable article in facebook. I have also posted a comment as "Advaita is not the denial of duality; it is an experience of resolving the division, the seeker-sought, the wanting-wanted, seer- seen division."  Can we say 'seeing' is same as 'experiencing' where the two become one ?


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