[Advaita-l] Comments of an ISCKON follower
bhaskar.yr at in.abb.com
Tue Mar 20 04:05:00 CDT 2012
There is no 'sAyujyam' in this. The very word 'sAyujya' involves a
two-entity pre-requisite where one 'joins' the other, yet the two entities
remaining in tact. In Advaita there is only one Reality which is to be
Yes, advaita teach us the one & only reality. But shankara does talk
mukti like sAyujya (not exactly as per dvaita) where as you mentioned
above two entities remaining intact. shankara talks about apAntaratama-s
etc. in sUtra bhAshya where these mukta jeeva-s do come back to earth as
per the instruction of parameshwara. Can we say, this type of mukti
jeeva-s (who are messengers of god) are not paramArtha jnAni, who does not
have even an iota of individuality!!??
Hari Hari Hari Bol!!!
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