[Advaita-l] I am Alone in the Universe?
v.subrahmanian at gmail.com
Sun Mar 10 01:39:57 CST 2013
On Sun, Mar 10, 2013 at 8:45 AM, S Srivastava <sksrivastava68 at gmail.com>wrote:
> > Simply stated any experience of an object implies its existence;
> otherwise mind cannot experience.
> All I know -and will ever be able to know - is the object-like appearance
> in my awareness, which is nothing but a modulation in awareness. In other
> words, all the time I am experiencing only myself.
In the aparokShAnubhUti we have a fine verse:
सर्वोऽपि व्यवहारस्तु ब्रह्मणा क्रियते जनैः ।
अज्ञान्न विजानन्ति मृदेव हि घटादिकम् ॥ ६५
Whatever is done by everyone is always 'with' Brahman. In other words, the
Only One Existent 'vastu' Brahman alone is the doer, the doing, the done
upon. All clay-products are nothing but clay. All brahma-vikAra is none
other than Brahman. Brahman alone appears as all. The pramAtR, the
pramANam and the prameyam are all only Brahman projected as the three-fold.
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