[Advaita-l] the qualification to be an advaita guru
brahmasatyam at gmail.com
Tue Aug 9 21:29:28 CDT 2011
I believe Shankara discusses the 'non-omniscience' of the Mukta in Chandogya
On 9 August 2011 20:56, Ramesh Krishnamurthy <rkmurthy at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 9 August 2011 17:18, Rajaram Venkataramani <rajaramvenk at gmail.com>
> > As far as I know, which is not really far, both Sankara and Madhusudana
> > that a jnani is omniscient. I dont know if there is room for three types
> > guru but if there is can someone show references from the works of
> > or His immediate disciples?
> No offence meant whatsoever, but it seems you have a misunderstanding
> regarding the meaning of the term sarvaj~na. It is surprising that you talk
> about sAkShI being a prerequisite to visheSha aj~nAna without understanding
> Please note that sarvaj~natvam of a mukta does not mean specific knowledge
> of all things in vyavahAra. It means an identification with brahman and
> concomitant mithyAtva nishchaya regarding vyavahAra.
> I will address this in more detail in a separate thread.
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