[Advaita-l] The Divine Discontent
Jaldhar H. Vyas
jaldhar at braincells.com
Fri Aug 17 00:43:31 CDT 2007
On Thu, 16 Aug 2007, Dr. Yadu Moharir wrote:
> If one accepts the view expressed below, then this would be a dvaita's view, will it not !?
> Where as one looks for the conceptual "God" within and becomes the same
> will be the real saadhanaa.
That type of sadhana can also have problems. It can degenerate into
narcissism (See Indra and Virochana in Chandogyopanishad.)
Rather ones attitude to God should be that expressed in the first rk of
Ishopanishad. "All of this is pervaded by the Lord, what is in the world
and beyond it." This feeling naturally leads to vairagya as expressed by
the rest of the rk. "Do not covet for whose indeed is wealth?" (It is
Ishvaras not ours.)
> Sriram Krishnamurthy <asksriramjobs at gmail.com> wrote:
> The Divine Discontent
> Spiritual hunger means thirst for God's Darshan. Spiritual hunger is the
> ultimate meaning of every activity in life. .
> Source : Swami Sivananda Daily Readings.
Jaldhar H. Vyas <jaldhar at braincells.com>
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