[Advaita-l] Causal Body

Srikrishna Ghadiyaram srikrishna_ghadiyaram at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 6 11:16:39 CDT 2003

Hari Om !!

--- Jay Nelamangala <jay at r-c-i.com> wrote:
> The acceptance of peculiarity (vishEsha) is
> inevitable even for advaita,
> though
> advaita ignores it.  Advaita regards Brahman as
> partless.  This implies that
> partlessness is a property of It.   

If you decide to measure my devilishness, will
'devilishness' become my property ??  I think not.
Yes, 'Devilishness' as a property may exist in some
experience of yours say in Ravana. While explaining
about me to some other party you resort to measuring
my devilishness. Still, 'devilishness' does not become
my property. Inspite of such argument, what happens if
you come up with a '0' measure. Does devilishness
become my property ??

> It is akhanda.  
> So partlessness is not
> different
> from it.  Then the question is, "how can there be
> the thought that
> partlessness
> is a property of Brahman? "
Om Namo Narayanaya !!


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