[Advaita-l] oldest text considering everyone as oneself
elisabeth-sylvain at sympatico.ca
Wed Aug 9 13:51:13 CDT 2006
Thanks for your reply, Krunal.
Do you know the approximate date of those writings ?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Krunal Makwana" <krunalmakwana at hotmail.com>
To: "Sylvain" <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 09, 2006 2:42 PM
Subject: RE: [Advaita-l] oldest text considering everyone as oneself
> What is the oldest hindu text that claim the importance of considering
> everyone as oneself,
sarvam khalu idam brahma (chandogya upanishad 3.14.1) + ayam AtmA brahma
(bR^ihadAranyaka upanishad 2.5.19)
Everything is verily brahman + Atman is brahman
yastu sarvaaNi bhuutaanyaatmanyevaanupashyati .sarvabhuuteshhu chaatmaana.n
tato na vijugupsate isha up. 6
He who sees all beings in the Self itself, and the Self in all beings, feels
no hatred by virtue of that realisation
>or advaita ideas ?
To my knowledge, the phrase 'advaita' or non-dual comes from the mandukya
upanishad verse 7.
I don't know if i am correct with the above but I pray to the scholars to
correct me if i have made any mistakes.Kind regards,Krunal
> From: elisabeth-sylvain at sympatico.ca> To:
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> Namaste> > What is the oldest hindu text that claim the importance of
> considering > everyone as oneself, loving others, or advaita ideas ?> >
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