[Advaita-l] Jiiva at Satya Loka - Will He or Won't He come back

Swamisarvabhutananda via Advaita-l advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org
Tue May 27 09:15:11 CDT 2014

Since it is not right of ur understanding I presume no one ventured to deal with it!

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> On 27-May-2014, at 8:09 am, ramesh badisa via Advaita-l <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
> ""I do not think that
> Sagunopaasaka can gain nirguna brahman by analyzing 
> himself has been endorsed anywhere. Even in krama mukti, the jiiva in 
>> satya loka has to be exposed to the teaching of
> mahaavaakya to gain 
> mokha; otherwise he returns back to karma bhuumi- that is my 
> understanding."" -sri Jaldhar’s reply (dated May 19 or 20, 2014)
> Namaskaram. 
> With reference to the above,I am writing the following, based on my memory of what I have
> read before.
> While it is true that the jiva at satya
> loka will be exposed to the teaching of Maha Vaakya to gain mokha, Brahma
> sutras (4th part) says 'No Return' for such jiiva- meaning that it will never
> return to karma bhuumi despite no self experience; rather such jiva will stay
> at satya loka until it experiences its real self. If pralaya takes place prior
> to self experience, then the jiiva will be at satya loka at the time of
> creation, and will continue its effort to realize its true nature. 
> Namaskaram
> Ramesh    
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