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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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Christianity and other religions.


Christianity not the only religion that advocates gratitude, generosity, love , etc. – as subtly suggested by article. Continue reading

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Vedanta and Quantum physics ll


I don’t mean to dismiss quantum physics, for its findings have applicability in terms of the apparent reality. Nor do I mean to disregard the relevance of understanding the non-dual nature of reality, for certainly non-dual vision provides the foundation … Continue reading

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Revolt against existence – 3rd answer


3. Everything is perfect…  there is nothing wrong. We get back what we have created with our thoughts, words and acts.. The second part of that paragraph (starting with ‘there is nothing wrong…’) is only a partial answer, pertaining to … 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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Tristan and Isolde – ll (fem. principle)


Tristan und Isolde Liebestod – ‘love death’ – is the central theme in Wagner’s opera with that title. A theme that reverberated through European culture from the time of the Romantic revolution – especially German Romanticism (Fichte, Schelling, etc.) – … Continue reading

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