[Advaita-l] Prasna regarding Aruna Prasna
vmurthy36 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 8 05:35:22 CST 2013
This event really happened. Once a man learned in Upanishads and Brahma
Sutra Bhashya went to see a Sanyasi. He wanted to have a thorough
discussion. But the Sanyasi asked him Do you do Sandhyavandana daily or
not? The man said I am not doing it regularly. The Sanyasi said Then there
is no discussion required with you. You first learn to do your Nitya Karma
unfailingly and come to me.
In the Advaita list we have to understand importance of Prerequisites and
following them without fail. Only then we can become eligible to discuss
Advaita. Otherwise it is waste of time.
On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 1:21 PM, kuntimaddi sadananda <
kuntimaddisada at yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 11/8/13, Venkatesh Murthy <vmurthy36 at gmail.com> wrote:
> If we have to discuss only Advaita here it is not possible.
> Because SILENCE
> is the one and only way to teach Advaita. Dakshina Murthy is
> SILENCE only. All the doubts of the students are cleared by
> SILENCE only.
> Shree Venkatesh Murthy - PraNAms
> I have no interest to get into these discussions - However for those who
> are interested silence does not teach advaita either. advaita is negation
> of duality that is being experienced is not a reality That has to be
> established by a shravana, manana and nidhidhyaasana which involves thought
> process. Detailed discussion of this was provided recently in the series
> posted with the heading - vichaara saagara of Nischaladasa. Please study
> the part 11 and Part II - respond to the purvapaksha. After the study
> contemplation on the truth sitting in silence will help in abiding in the
> knowledge. Silence is not absence of thoughts silence is in spite of noise
> or even the thoughts since the truth that is paaramaarthikam is independent
> of either absence or presence of thoughts,, which are just superimpositions
> on the truth. That is what mithyaa means. Since these topics have already
> been discussed in the above series posted last week, I remain silent..
> Hari Om!
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