Re: Teach me about Vishishtadvaita.
This is a misunderstanding of VA. As per VA, all objects are real, even those in dreams. If the tiger in the dream was not real, then the experience would not be real. The upanishad too declares that all dreams are real, vide "He is the maker of Dreams" and similar statements in the Br.Up.
Originally Posted by jignyAsu
The objects in the dreams, however belong to a temporary reality, ie, they are real only as long as the dream lasts. In other words, the dream tiger is not like a real tiger, it is a real "image" created by the mind (scientifically speaking) to enjoy the dream.
[CENTER][COLOR="Black"][COLOR="Red"][COLOR="DarkRed"]No holiness rules over my freedom
No commands from above I obey
I seek the ruin, I shake the worlds
Behold! I am blackest ov the black
Ov khaos I am, the disobediant one
Depraved son who hath dwelt in nothingness
Upon the ninth I fell, from grace up above
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[B]~ "Blackest Ov the Black" - Behemoth.[/B]