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    Dear Yajvan ji,
    :)

    Can this also be interpreted as : the moment between waking and sleep ?
    waking : Jaagrat.
    Sleep : Sushupti
    Jaagrat Sushupti : The wakeful Deep Sleep State... Ramana...
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    Dear Yajvan ji,
    :) I would like to further quote Alatashanti prakaranam itself :

    verses 68, 69:

    as creatures seen in a dream undergoes birth and death so also do all these creatures...
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    Dear Yajvan ji,
    :) Namasthe!!

    :) Where do you classify this statement of Ribhu Gita :



    and here is one more:
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    Dear Yajvan ji,
    :)

    I would like to suggest a reference Alatashanti prakaranam of Mandukya upanishad where Gaudapadacharya clearly states that the ideas of creation are only suggested...
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    Dear yajvan ji,
    :) Namasthe!

    I am not denying that there are different views.
    All I am saying is that the different views are "Lower" ... for people who have not matured to the...
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    Dear Yajvan ji,
    :) Namasthe!

    This being a Uttara forum : Creation is a Myth :)!!
    It is like the horns of a hare!!

    Please listen to this secret , with great alertness: Ribhu Gita,...
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    Dear Yajvan ji,
    :) Namasthe!

    I'll give it my try. :)

    A mantra, is defined as "Mananat trayathe iti mantrah",
    mananat: upon reflection, upon contemplation.
    Trayathe: protects, saves,...
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    Dear Yajvan ji,
    :) Namasthe!

    Traditionally I think "now then" is used to mean that "after having gained the required qualifications"...

    After gaining the required mental purity to be...
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    Dear Yajvan ji,
    :) Namasthe!

    Buddha was walking when Angulimala came there in a forest. And Angulimala was not a "vinaya". However that encounter transformed him into one.

    Our duty as...
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    Der Yajvan ji,
    :) Namasthe!



    :) Humm, we seem to be saying the same thing - but differently verbalized.

    Your posts, as usual are very beautiful.

    A small suggestion. If you can...
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    Dear Yajvan ji,
    :)

    Very nice thread. Thanks for the nachiketas meaning and explanation.

    A small comment:



    Its not transcending. Who transcends ? The mind cannot transcend.
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