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Atman and suffering


  Does Advaita Vedanta acknowledge the existential reality of suffering and non-suffering occurring in Atman even after the spiritual liberation, or suffering becomes impossible in Atman after the spiritual realization? Alberto Martín, Contributor to Advaita Vision and own blog: ‘Unanimous … Continue reading

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Freedom or liberation (moksha)


Distinguishing liberation (moksha) from samsara (being bound). The former is playing a role in life knowing that it is a role. Wisdom (knowing what or who one is) is liberation. Tendencies or inclinations are not necessarily binding. Continue reading

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History and men’s actions – ll


  From QUORA (dialogue) (Theses) Now when I say blind belief I say a belief without a reason. Believing in an anthropomorphic god. I agree to the fact that it is religion that developed a community, a society or rather … Continue reading

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Revolt against existence


An Infinite Prison House (A Revolt Against Existence) (February 7, 2014 – From Facebook) Who is to be blamed for limitations of Body-Mind Complex [Man, generic]? Who designed this horribly incomplete life on earth, and why? Why illness, cruelty, greed … Continue reading

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Freewill and Destiny


FATE AND FREEWILL FREEWILL AND DESTINY ARE EVER EXISTENT. Destiny is the result of past action; it concerns the body. Let the body act as may suit it. Why are you concerned about it? Why do you pay attention to … Continue reading

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‘Confession’ – 2


(No need to add any other comments to the ones below) Dear (X) – One of the many things I’ve done in life that has been valuable is learn how to write English for a Master’s thesis. I also taught … Continue reading

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Great hubris in our time


(Unlike Prometheus, who stole fire from the gods to give it to humans, these others stole oil resources from their owners and gave them to themselves) ‘The Hubris syndrome’, by David Owen (medical doctor and politician) ‘For some politicians and … Continue reading

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A boy (Nachiketas) confronting ‘Death’


But, those who are fit for worldly existence, they are living in the midst of ignorance, as though in the midst of thick darkness, being entangled in hundred of fetters, forged by craving for sons, cattle, etc.; considering – (thinking … Continue reading

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The Tree of Sam…


The Tree of Samsara …it has its uproar, rendered tumultuous through the various sounds arising from dancing, singing, instrumental music, disport (play, jest), clapping on the arms, laughing, pulling, crying, exclaiming, “Alas, alas!”, “Leave me, leave me!”, induced by mirth … Continue reading

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‘The tree of the World’ (Transmigration)


… to ascertain the real nature of Brahman [God, the Supreme] through the determination of the tree of the universe of which Brahman is the root: That which has its roots above – the root that is the state of … Continue reading

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