[Advaita-l] Kutchu and his glasses - realising Brahman
vishy1962 at yahoo.com
Sat Aug 9 00:36:28 CDT 2008
Yes, there is apoint in what Mr.Marco says. Just look at his background...
A simple man of 35 years, that too from earstwhile easternblock where they might not even smelt about Advaita or vedanta, just by reading the book " I am that" of Shri Nisargadatta... speaking such a words!!!! Can anyone call these as meaningless??
I sincerly feel somthing might have exploded in him, and the book of shri Nisargadatta just being the ignition.
Hope your goodselves have understood what I am trying to convey
--- On Fri, 8/8/08, Marko Gregoric <markogregori at gmail.com> wrote:
From: Marko Gregoric <markogregori at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Advaita-l] Kutchu and his glasses - realising Brahman
To: kuntimaddisada at yahoo.com, "A discussion group for Advaita Vedanta" <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org>
Date: Friday, 8 August, 2008, 6:12 PM
Thank you for your comments. I completely agree with you but on one
point only: my statements are completely meaningless.
On 8/8/08, kuntimaddi sadananda <kuntimaddisada at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- On Fri, 8/8/08, Siva Senani Nori <sivasenani at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> The "anubhooti prakaaSikaa" of Sri
>> Suresvaracharya ends on a similar note: that the relased
>> thus attain release.
> Senaniji - PraNAms.
> You mean - Naishkarmya Siddhi of Suresvara - I think Anubhuuti Prakasha is
> by Shree Vidyaranya.
> The story of the necklace - The man who was wearing necklace went to visit
> his friend who was fascinated by the necklace and wanted to see. The man
> gave it to him to examine. When he returned home, he could not find his
> necklace on his neck and thinking that he forgot in his friend's
> ran back - When his friend pointed out that the necklace that he was
> searching was on his neck only, all the time, while he came running all
> way in search of it. He had to run all the way back to discover that he
> never lost the necklace. Was that running necessary?
> The running was necessary to find out that the running was not necessary.
> If he did not run back to his friend-teacher he would not have discovered
> that what he was searching for is with himself.
> Saadhana is necessary to discover that saadhana was not necessary since
> truth is a self-evident fact. But that self-evident fact becomes
> self-evident only after saadhana or after mind is prepared to reexamine
> issue correctly - or what is called chitta sudhhi. This is the same
> with Marko's meaningless one-liners. They become meaningful only if
> understands the problem correctly and if and when one understands the
> problem correctly, then those meaningless one-liners, will remain as
> meaningless, since they are after the fact.
> Hari Om!
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