[Advaita-l] [advaitin] Clarion call of a SAGE
skbhattacharjya at gmail.com
Mon May 22 11:58:14 EDT 2023
When we quote a verse from the texts like the Bhagavad Gita, it is
generally understood, as to who was the speaker, addressing whom, where
and when/under what situation etc. In case of quoting a sage of the 20th
century I guess it will help most of the readers, if the name of the
speaker, and the name of the text etc. are also mentioned.
My 2 cents
On Sun, May 21, 2023 at 8:44 PM 'sreenivasa murthy' via advaitin <
advaitin at googlegroups.com> wrote:
> Dear friends,
> A Sage of the 20th century reveals :
> Upanishads declare with one voice that truth and reality combined in one,
> can be intuited in one’s own self when one transcends both the senses and
> mind. This intuition of the Self is universal ( sArvatrika ), for as
> Shankara says, everyone is conscious of one’s own existence and can never
> conceive the opposite. And this Self is the Reality. Again this intuition
> is limited neither by time nor by space for both of these belong to the
> region of the non-Self( anAtma ) and are conceivable only by the empirical
> ‘me’ which again pre-supposes the True Self.
> The latter can be
> neither affirmed nor doubted,
> neither proved nor disproved to
> neither accepted nor rejected,
> neither experienced as an object nor
> thought away,
> It is prius which supplies the very ground of these thought-processes.
> THE END
> May The Indwelling Reality bless all the sincere mumukshus
> with the realization of this paramArthasatya in their hearts.
> With respectful pranams,
> Sreenivasa Murthy
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