[Advaita-l] About the term in 'Ishwara' in Advaita - a brief note
Jaldhar H. Vyas
jaldhar at braincells.com
Wed Apr 4 07:12:09 CDT 2012
On Wed, 4 Apr 2012, rajaramvenk at gmail.com wrote:
> If the position is Brahman, although homogeneous, includes everything,
> then the term nirIshwara would be incorrect. But as everything including
> Ishwara is unreal, your Brahman excludes everything.
No because if you accept Brahman is hmogoneous but includes everything
there is nothing else to exclude.
> When you worship, you have to know at the back of your mind that this is
Not me. When I worship it is with one-pointed concentration on Bhagavan
in the front of my mind and in the back. But then my bhakti is not
defective like the Vaishnavas. :)
> The only thing you accept as real is the limitation you impose on the
Ishvara is not being singled out. He is in the same position as any other
vyavaharic entity. But it is by knowing Ishwara one learns this.
Jaldhar H. Vyas <jaldhar at braincells.com>
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