advaita-siddhi 12 (Objection by opponent)
elmec at GIASBG01.VSNL.NET.IN
Mon Feb 28 13:19:47 CST 2000
Sri Anand wrote :
> he wakes up there are neither the dream objects nor the negation
> of those objects. But can the advaitin deny the fact that he had
> experienced a dream in the first place?
I have a doubt here. When he wakes up - he wakes up to the reality of
Ekamevaadvitiiyam, isn't it ? In that state of Brahman , who is there to
agree or disagree the fact that he had dreamt ? Is it not us the ajnaanis who
are talking this from the perspective of our ajnaana ?
> No. In that case, when
> he wakes from the world-dream, although there will be Brahman, he
> will also admit the experience of having "dreamed." This precisely
> compromises the nonduality principle because we now have two
> realities - Brahman and the fact that there was a "dream" which
> has come to an end.
It is once again we who are talking, not the Jnaani. He is talking in our
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