[Advaita-l] What is 'aprAkRta' ?
bhaskar.yr at in.abb.com
Tue Aug 2 04:58:59 CDT 2011
One logical flaw I can point out in the above is that if by 'Lord' we mean
Satchitanandaghana, Brahman, then it cannot be/have a body.
> Yes, and the same satchidAnandaghana parabrahman has been coined as
sOpAdhika brahman to accommodate the sAdhaka-s who are more particular to
do upAsana. As far as I remember, somewhere in geeta bhAshya shankara
says, brahman assumes the form according to the 'iccha' of his devotees
and in that form only he will do 'anugraha'..is that verse : yo yo yAm
yAm tanuM bhaktaH shraddhayArchitumicchati?? not sure.
witness to the baby krishna growing up to an adult and an aged one.
has no vikAra-s. The body has. Only that which is in some way or the
connected with prakriti can have modifications of whatever type
> I think krishna stopped growing further from his adult-hood, because,
sofar I have seen only bAla krishna and adult krishna photo-s & have not
seen aged krishna with grey hair, curved back, wrinkle skin, walking stick
krishna..but mahAbhArata says, after the 'death' of krishna, arjuna has
performed the 'antya saMskAra to krishna's 'pArthiva' shareera :-))
Hari Hari Hari Bol!!!
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