I have decided to give certain fundamental terms that are used in Advaita , which are the basis of analysis in Advaita.
Some terms are as follows Satyam, Mithya, Anrutam, Tuccham, Chit and Maya.
Satyam- "Abadhitam hi Satyam" which means that which cannot be dismissed is Satyam.
Mithya- That viz dependent upon Satyam. This means that Mithya does not have independent existence.
A classic example is that of
Originally Posted by devotee
I am really sorry. How can I commit mistake again and again in understanding your intentions in your posts ? It is the third time when this has happened.
Actually, if you read the sentence, "Does this indirectly means that you have been a class-VIII’s physics student earlier and then qualified for the advanced physics called quantum mechanics." ... it can be interpreted in the way I saw it. I always value your posts and your views on Advaita
sacchidAnanda rUpAya vishwatpathyAdi hetave
tApatraya vinAshAya shri kRshNAya vayam numah: ||
Many many pearls have been given by Shri KrshNa -- this blog will try to collect some
Today's pearls will be from the KRshNa -- Uddhava conversation in Shrimad BhAgvat a.k.a. Uddhava GitA ~
SB 11.19.1 Without relying simply on conclusions of scriptures, one who has acquired knowledge by AtmasAkshAtkAra (has realized the Self, AtmA), that person should,
Updated 10 May 2015 at 11:09 AM by smaranam