[Advaita-l] Mithya and Maya
anbesivam2 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 2 08:10:32 CDT 2009
Bhaskarji, Sastriji is going forward while you are retracing or being
static. Two different angles!
Actaully Sastriji's view is right as retrogression would not make sense.
The simple definition of mithya is "that which seems to exist but not
really' and the simple rule of Maya is 'that which deludes you'. The
delusion takes the form of either denying the reality or taking the unreal
to be real.
On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 6:38 AM, Bhaskar YR <bhaskar.yr at in.abb.com> wrote:
> Maya is itself mithya, because it is found to be non-existent when
> of Brahman dawns.
> praNAms Sri Sastri prabhuji
> Hare Krishna
> But in geeta commentary itself shankara hints about the 'pariNAmi
> nityatva' to the mAya as against 'kUtastha nityatva' of parabrahman is it
> not?? shankara calls mAya as achala & dhruva in geeta bhAshya.yasmAt
> achalam tasmAt dhruvaM nityaM ityarthaH, clarifies shankara. Hence, in
> vyAvahArika sence we can say mAya is pariNAmi nitya, thus mAya cannot be
> categorized as mithya atleast from the srushti & vyavahArika point of
> view. Atleast for the srushti kriya we have to accept the pariNAmi
> nityatva of mAya.
> Hari Hari Hari Bol!!!
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