A question on manifestation of maya
srikrishna_ghadiyaram at YAHOO.COM
Fri Apr 5 21:02:46 CST 2002
Hari Om !!
--- swamy swarna <swamyswarna at YAHOO.COM> wrote:
> Dear Srikrishna,
> hari om. The 'atom' has now become crystal, which
> includes a multitude of atoms including its original
> atom. So the atoms still remain atoms but the
> realises that it falsely identified itself with an
> atom earlier, like a frog in a well thinks that the
> well is the whole world or universe.
> The atoms cease to exist only in a theoretical
> that they are all condensed forms of the same energy
> which pervades the whole universe. And since energy
> can neither be created nor destroyed, (if we assume
> that that law of physics is still valid), what is
> apparently being created or destroyed is only a
> transformation of one state into another.and only
> perception is shifting from one level of
> to another higher level.
> so after a jivatma gains moksha, he may still
> the intrinsic oneness of all jivatmas, without
> their existence. will that be advaita or not?
It is my understanding that what is you describe is
not the "Absolute Advaita" position. First acceptable
level is One-ness underneath All, only because of
superimposition of Name and Form, we see plurality,
and at a higher level is the theory of Non-Creation.
When Rama asked Sage Vasistha, some question about
Jivas, Sage Vyasa said, "there are no Jivas".
There is no question of "all Jivatmas". There is only
ONE Atma or Brahman.
> different stages of consciousness, truth appears to
> different, due to perceptional limitations.
> kindly clarify. jai sri krishna.
> swamy sv
> --- Srikrishna Ghadiyaram
> <srikrishna_ghadiyaram at YAHOO.COM> wrote:
> > Hari Om !!
> > --- swamy swarna <swamyswarna at YAHOO.COM> wrote:
> > > dear shree swaqminarayan,
> > >
> > > crystal. so, jeevatma is feeling itself to be
> > > different from the paramatma, only due to its
> > > limited
> > > consciousness, which can be called maya or
> > > and
> > > the bonds, which hold the atom in its state are
> > the
> > > very links, with which a sentient being in that
> > atom
> > > can connect to all other atoms!
> > >
> > > thus, with removal of avidya, the jivatma
> > > its
> > > consciousness and realises that it is actually
> > part
> > > of
> > > a harmonious whole and that there is no real or
> > > fundamental difference between it and other
> > >
> > With the removal of Avidya, the Jivatma realises
> > that
> > it is actually the Paramatman (not a part of
> > paramatman). It would realise that there are no
> > other
> > 'atoms'
> > Om Namo Narayanaya !!
> > Srikrishna
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