[Advaita-l] Avidyaa is Subjective not Objective
bhaskar.yr at in.abb.com
Wed May 22 07:40:46 CDT 2013
I have already shown that in the Br.up. 1.4.10 bhashyam Shankara Himself
has said that avidyA is to be admitted in/for Brahman. [this is not to be
confused with what I said above: avidyA is an attribute of the anAtmA and
not of the Atman.)
praNAms Sri Subbu prabhuji
Without considering & clarifying the context in which shankara apparently
implied that avidyA is brahmAshrita, I think you will be doing advaita
hAni or siddhAnta hAni. Do you really mean here in this bhAshya shankara
talking about brahmAshrita avidyA without jeeva aspect !!?? dont you
remember in this same maNtra bhAshya itself shankara clearly says
nAvidyAkartru bhrAntaM cha brahma ?? and how can we forget the sUtra
bhAshya where shankara clearly says : yat sarvajnaM sarva shakti brahma
nityashuddhabuddhamukta svabhAvaM shAreerAt adhikaM anyat tat vayaM
jagataH srashtru brumaH...... Ishwarasya .....nityanivruttAvidyAtvAt...do
you mean to say here by taking avdiyA Ashraya brahma become jeeva?
because, as you know, there is no provision here in advaita for the
second 'chaitanya' apart from THAT.
Hari Hari Hari Bol!!!
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