Jaldhar H. Vyas
jaldhar at BRAINCELLS.COM
Sun Jul 14 21:20:41 CDT 2002
On Sun, 14 Jul 2002, S Jayanarayanan wrote:
> Interesting, but not unanswered! The answer is that
> there is no duality for the jIvanmukta.
> > What their feelings
> > would be to experience the duality while being
> > acutely
> > aware of the nondual world is for a "jivan mukta" to
> > say! I wonder if Sri Sri Sankaracarya has revealed
> > anything to in this regard. Maybe the experience is
> > hidden in his work, "Aparokshanubhuti". Can anyone
> > enlighten us?
> Jaldhar Vyas has been translating the work
> "jIvanmuktiviveka" by H.H. Swami Vidyaranya, on this
Alas, this is another project of mine which has fallen by the wayside for
lack of time. I can tell you what Swami Vidyaranya has to say about the
matter though. Karma has its' forward momentum. It's like with a car.
If you are going fast and suddenly slam on the brakes, it will continue
moving for a while before stopping. So to with the Jivanmukta. After
achieving jnana, there is no more duality but the after-effects of the
pre-jnana duality (prarabdha karma) may continue until they are exhausted.
Jaldhar H. Vyas <jaldhar at braincells.com>
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