[Advaita-l] Akramadruk in Naishkarmya Siddhi
vmurthy36 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 25 23:58:11 CST 2014
On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 5:43 PM, Bhaskar YR <bhaskar.yr at in.abb.com> wrote:
> > OK no more arguments on this issue and I admit that I donot know the
> meaning of this vAkya : yasyAtmanOvijneyaM na kiMchit parishishyate sa
> AtmA sarvajnaH :-))
When you say Atma is Sarvajna it is not Sarvajna like Ishwara. Ishwara is
Sarvajna because he knows each and every detail of everything in the world.
But Atma Brahma is not like Sarvajna like that. He knows everything in the
Universe is not different from Him. Everything is Brahman only. It is
sufficient to know everything is Brahman. This Knowledge is Sarvajnatva.
He knows everything as Brahman and truly everything is Brahma. We say Atma
is Sarvajna. But Sarvajnatva of Atma is not like Ishwara's Sarvajnatva. You
can ask Ishwara how many total hairs are on ALL the people's heads or any
individual person also. He will give the answer. But not Atma.
> It can
> have Samanya Jnana of everything but not Visesha Jnana.
> > vishesha jnAna required for us (upAdhi paricchinna jeeva-s) to do
> vyavahAra not for the Atman since in Atman there is no duality,no
> vyavahAra..neha nAnAsti kiMchana.
> If you go into a
> room you may see 100 objects. You can say you have Jnana the objects are
> existing. Sarvam Khalvidam Brahma. But you cannot say you know what is
> each and every object and its particular details.
> > again each & every object's vishesha jnAna (like this is bangle, this
> is ring, this is bracelet, this is coin etc.) required in vyavahAra where
> there is triputi i.e. jnAtru, jneya and jnAna. But sAmAnya jnAna that it
> is gold is enough to know that whatever is there is gold only. vishesha
> jnAna is required to do vyavahAra & this is called vyavahAra drushti,
> sAmAnya behind this vishesha is tattva drushti and that is what samyak
> Sri Sureshwara is saying Atma is Akramadruk. He can have the Samanya Jnana
> of all objects simultaneously and not one object by one object in
> There is no Krama for Samanya Jnana.
> > please see above.
> Hari Hari Hari Bol!!!
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