[Advaita-l] Please Learned Scholars answer these doubts about Advaitha Sidhanta..
harsha9519 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 2 08:33:53 CDT 2015
Thank you sir...
For you for your wonderful explanation....
On Sat, Jun 27, 2015 at 3:41 PM, kuntimaddi sadananda <
kuntimaddisada at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Harsha Bhatji - PraNAms
> Your emails further proves that Vedanta has to be studies systematically
> under a competent teacher . A competent teacher is one who himself studied
> Vedanta under another competent teachers.
> Just for short. Brahman means infinite-ness - anantam. Guna or attributes
> define an object and differentiate one object from the other. Hence Guna's
> belong to finite object. Infinite cannot be an object hence it is
> undefinable - hence nirguna.
> Infinite itself is not an attribute of infinite - all it means is it
> negates all finite and therefore attributable objects as not Brahman. All
> the terms you have stated are only negation of all objects that can be
> definable. They describe the indescribable using pointers (lakshyaartha)
> for a seeker who has tuned his mind.
> Brahman itself is indefinable as stated by the scriptures - na vaak
> gachchati, na manaH.
> Similarly the subject I, cannot be defined. Only definition that one can
> provide is the subject is that which cannot be objectified. It is a
> negative definition, negating whatever can be objectified cannot be the
> subject - neti neti says scripture.
> Hari Om!
> On Sat, 6/27/15, Harsha Bhat via Advaita-l <
> advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
> Subject: [Advaita-l] Please Learned Scholars answer these doubts about
> Advaitha Sidhanta..
> To: advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org
> Date: Saturday, June 27, 2015, 5:02 AM
> In advaitha Brahman is
> Termed as Nirguna....the
> same brahman is called as Nishkala,Nirvikaara,Shanta,Nithya
> Nishkala meas indivisible,,,,
> Nirvikaara meas never changing...
> Nithya Truptha...means Self Satisfied..
> Nishkriya...without any activity...
> Sat-chit-ananada....Every Happy....
> These are not Brahman's attribute???
> If these are brahman's attribute definitely brahman is not
> brahman is
> And even we cannot say brahman as avarchaneeya...because we
> can call
> brahman by nirvikaara,shantha...sat-chit-ananda...etc...
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