[Advaita-l] Difference between waking and dream states
svenkat52 at gmail.com
Sat Oct 21 11:55:20 CDT 2006
Apologies for mispelling your name.I noticed it only after hitting the send
On 10/21/06, S Venkatraman <svenkat52 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Namaste Shstriji,
> In your original post you had stated that from the standpoint of absolute
> reality both waking and dream states are mithya by which I understand that
> their reality or existence is only relatively real and not absolutely real.
> That they are subject to arrival and departure and are not nitya.
> The above statement of yours - that they are mithya - appears to me as
> more correct than the one you make in the next post - that they do not have
> any existence. If they do not have any existence how can there be any
> experience of them at all?
> Where am I going wrong in my understanding? Would be grateful if you could
> On 10/19/06, S.N. Sastri <sn.sastri at gmail.com> wrote:
> > My article on this subject sent a little while ago needs correction.Thelast
> > sentence should be: from the standpoint of absolute reality neither the
> > waking state nor the dream state has any existence.
> > I am sorry for the mistake.
> > S.N.Sastri
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