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    Re: Isha Upanishad refutes Mayavada (Illusionism) by Shankara

    Quote Originally Posted by silence_speaks View Post
    Dear savithru ji,




    who said that one cannot realize through Bhakti ?
    "Emptiness and nihilism" -- shunyavada is not the same as Advaita as taught by shankara.
    Nirguna Upasana is nothing but just that emptiness and nihilism in disguise.


    A Belief is a belief ... it just means you do not know... even if it is based on a tradition. Do you believe you have two hands or do you know ? If you know ... its not a belief. IF you believe, it means you are not sure !!


    Love!
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    Yes my views are not based on blind faith I just know and I am smiling inside as to what things you followers of Mayavada lose who will enter into an even more blind darkness than the one's who worship only the saguna Brahman as the Rishi says.

    This thread is not about me its about the truth of Vedas and the Upanishads the fact that you never addressed my criticisms shows the cowardice of Mayavada which cannot stand up to scrutiny against the Light of the Vedas. You are just displaying your ignorance to the whole world.

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    Re: Isha Upanishad refutes Mayavada (Illusionism) by Shankara

    Dear savithru ji,


    Nirguna Upasana is nothing but just that emptiness and nihilism in disguise.
    Not true ! This is what I was saying. If Shankara was a nihilist, then why did he pray to Vishnu ? What was "Bhaja Govindam" ? Thats why I said that understanding has to be there.

    Yes my views are not based on blind faith I just know and I am smiling inside as to what things you followers of Mayavada lose who will enter into an even more blind darkness than the one's who worship only the saguna Brahman as the Rishi says.
    We revel in Bliss 24 7 ! What is there to miss ?


    This thread is not about me its about the truth of Vedas and the Upanishads the fact that you never addressed my criticisms shows the cowardice of Mayavada which cannot stand up to scrutiny against the Light of the Vedas. You are just displaying your ignorance to the whole world.
    To ascertain that Shankara was wrong you first have to :
    1) understand what shankara said.
    2) yourself understand vedas better - in a holistic fashion.

    both these require very sound knowledge of sanskrit (vedic sanskrit) and logic. Along with a life dedicated to study of vedas.

    Have you got all that ? Thats why i said you claim is baseless.

    Love!
    Silence
    Come up, O Lions, and shake off the delusion that you are a sheep

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    Re: Isha Upanishad refutes Mayavada (Illusionism) by Shankara

    Our traditional scholars and philosophers are well versed in both Purva Mimamsa as well as in Uttara Mimamsa. I advice readers to read the Integral Advaitism by Sri Aurobindo written by Ramachandra Mishra where differences between our view and the Shankarites have been clearly laid out. The game is all over for the followers of Shankara more and more people have started realizing the truth and how Shankara has misled the whole world by introducing his Buddhist theory of Maya to Indian philosophy which needs to be thrown away at any cost. More and more people are following the philosophy and view put forward by Sri Aurobindo.
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    Re: Isha Upanishad refutes Mayavada (Illusionism) by Shankara

    namaskar,

    Quote Originally Posted by savithru View Post

    I am on the path of Hindu revivalism.

    Good luck with your journey.
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