[Advaita-l] Yoga and Advaita Vedanta - 0
rkmurthy at gmail.com
Mon Sep 25 00:31:05 CDT 2006
Namaste Sri Sundar Rajan,
The post #33262 on the advaitin list from which you have quoted below
is actually a classic case of confusing pramana with sadhana and using
phrases such as "direct means" in a very loose sense.
On 25/09/06, Sundar Rajan <avsundarrajan at yahoo.com> wrote:
> One of the first things to tackle is the 'terminology' - here is as an example of mixing Patanjali Yoga with Nirvikalpa samadhi
> > 3. Those who talk about Nirvikalpa samadhi as defined in Patanjali
> > Yoga as the direct means of AtmajnAna are at variance with Adi
> > Shankaras teaching because NS or Dhyana is not accepted as a
> > pramAna> by Shankara or any other Acharya.
> (SR reply):
> First, some clarifications on nomenclature:
> Nirvikalpa Samadhi is NOT a term used in Patanjali Yoga sutras and
> linking Nirvikalpa Samadhi to Patanjali causes confusions (IMHO).
> Sundar Rajan
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