[Advaita-l] Posting from Jayakumar
girishwe at yahoo.com
Sat May 27 02:47:03 EDT 2017
Dear Sri Jayakumar
In a way most of us are visually challenged. We continue to see AbhAsa as vAstava.
So.. no worry on that matter.
I am not intending to cause nay pain/discomfort to any one by this post. Only conveyed my view on "visually challenged" phrase.
Girish He who has faith has ALL He who lacks faith, lacks all It is the faith in the name of lord that works wonders FAITH IS LIFE, DOUBT IS DEATH - Sri Ramakrishna
On Friday, 26 May 2017 8:45 PM, Jay Kumar via Advaita-l <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
I am Jayakumar, a visually challenged 63 year old person from Bangalore,
included in this group. I was told that whatever I post will also come to
me, but, my first posting did not come to me. As I need some preliminary
assistance (preferably over phone) for posting my views in our group
discussions, as per the instructions, I mailed my request to
'listmaster at advaita-vedanta.org'. I got the reply to post my request also
and that, I can expect someone could volunteer. Hence this request and my
cell no. is 9916494729.
Following is my second posting i.e., my response to the query of one of the
There was a posting by Sri G R Viswanath on 25th May, with the subject
'What is the source for this reference : He writes.)I have this half memory
of a quote instructing the sAdhak not to be surprised by anything that
happens in the world: do not be too surprised if you should one day see a
man climbing up a column of rain drops to the clouds above.
Does anyone know where this particular imagery/quote is from? And what word
best describes this attitude?
Thanks for entertaining this vague question, GRV "
The above was his posting and my response :
As I have not found any specific reply to the above posting by Sri Viswanath
in our group discussions, I would respond as below as it could meet his
The following work is attributed to Sri By Adi Shankaracharya.
in which he describes many such unbelievable, unimaginable and super human
tasks or feats and concludes after every sloka that 'What if he has been
able to perform such a task?
If he is not aware of the knowledge of his own self'.
The name of the work is 'Anathma Sri Vigarhana Prakaranam
[Censure of the one who has not realized his self]
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