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Is duality real?


Subject-object – Advaita Vision comment Anon.: ‘No matter who says what, it is your job to look directly at your own experience/mind without the images of models, teachers, books, and like minded people, and to recognize how the subject-object dichotomy … Continue reading

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Conversation with ‘H’ – 4


First, I agree with you concerning technical vocabulary (including Sanskrit!); it really is not required, normal English being sufficient for understanding, I should say, any subject matter, though there are terms from another language which don’t have a direct correspondence … Continue reading

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Conversation with H – Cont.


12.3.16 In my previous comments as a preliminary reply to H – taking into consideration his   scruples on the use of language and of certain anthropomorphic-sounding expressions in particular – I accepted that much of the language in Eastern texts … Continue reading

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Rama and sage Vasishta – ll


Rama: Sir, egolessness is also after all a feeling. Any sort of feeling is a part of superimposition. How does one get rid of it? Vasishta: We add the paste of a water purifying fruit (Strychnos potatorum) to turbid water. … Continue reading

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