[Advaita-l] In reply to N. Srikanta as to anubhava and anubhUti

Guy Werlings werlings.guy at wanadoo.fr
Fri Mar 30 09:30:32 CDT 2007

he priya mitra |
namaskAram |

You kindly wrote:
Thank you very much for your Email explaining the difference
> between 'Anubhava" and "Anubhuthi". "Anubhava" is a Universal experience
> that can be experienced by sense organs and also some times by the
> mind. How is "anubhuthi"experienced?Since it is an intuitive experience,or
> if it can be called an "Insight"what is the organ or the instrument which
> experiences "Anubhuthi". As I have read,i have read about for
> example,"Kandar Anubhuthi" in Tamil.Here it means "Grace of Kandan".since
> there is no other organ except the mind,how is this grace experienced?
> Does the mind experience"Anubhuthi"to the exclusion of all other wordly
> experiences?
> Incidentally,while I was studying Ramanujacharya's "Sri Bhashya",I have
> come across this term"Anubhuthi"in the "Purvapaksa"(The Adwaitic position)
> against which Ramanujacharya has directed his criticism. He seems to have
> criticised this view of "Anubhuthi" by Vimuktatman.
> Thanking You, Vandanani.                            N.Srikanta.

I wish to thank you for this very useful and detailed clarification. It 
seems that my own explanations were rather confused and confusing. I do 

vandanAni |


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