Re: Jnana Marg
I would like to offer some corrections if you don't mind :
"The world is all Miseries only" as compared to bliss gained on Self-realisation. Karma is within MAyA and therefore, the Karmaphala (fruits of Karma) is also within MAyA. A tree of Mango in dream bears fruits of dream mangoes in dream and not outside the dream world.
Originally Posted by jopmala
This statement is absolutely wrong. It shows only ignorance of Jnana MArga.
5) There is no place of any kind of surrendering or kripa in jnan marg but in bhakti marg one has to surrender to his bhagavan to enjoy bhagavad kripa. Since “I am brahma” I need not surrender to any.
Not exactly. Nowhere Bhagwad Gita says that "Aham BrahmAsmi" is wrong assertion.
Jiva itself is brahma is advaita jnan which is vehemently opposed in Gita.
These statements are completely false and have been made without any basis. How can you say this when you are not a follower of Jnana MArga. BTW, the main aspect of JnAna Marga is not arguments but actual Realisation. It involves a path of Yama, Niyama and meditation. The seeker seeks the blessings of God and Guru all the time while treading this path. The destination of Jnana Marga is Self-realisation where the JIva realises that He alone is all pervading non-dual Brahman and merges in Brahman as water merges in water.
(3) jnan marg is a route which leads to no destination. A race Without destination. Only faith( bhakti) can take you to Krishna and argument/reason ( jnan) takes you far away .
"Om Namo Bhagvate Vaasudevaye"