[Advaita-l] ***UNCHECKED*** Re: RE: Re: Re: Re: [advaitin] rope has some problem in rope snake analogy :-)

Bhaskar YR bhaskar.yr at hitachienergy.com
Wed Dec 27 03:47:06 EST 2023

Hare Krishna

(1) Neither the snake was real (2) nor the rope was real (3) nor was the jumping real (4) nor was the subsequent peace real.

It is the unreal causing unreal as waking is identical to dream. The unreal shAstra removes unreal avidyA. The unreal dream-tiger removes unreal-dream.

>  keeping this in mind (waking mind or dreaming mind...god only knows....)

The reality is aloof from all this. It remains situated in its own glory.

>  the above statement is itself unreal, the reality is unreal, its aloofness is unreal, its own glory is unreal, its socalled situated place is unreal!!

One may refer to Yoga VAsisTha 3.101 for more elaboration on this.

>  what is yOga vAshishTa, when  shAstra itself  is unreal (atra veda aveda so says shruti) so, what is yOga vAshishta here !!?? , just a dream character and my dream's own creation without any substantiality outside 😊 No questioner here and nor any responder here...  so, don’t go by all these unreal things as valid reference to prove something else is unreal, this is the ultimate teaching of vedAnta, no mOksha nor any mumukshu because at the first place no srushti.  

Hari Hari Hari Bol!!!

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