ammassridhar's picture

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There is a principle of utter simplicity ubiquitous in Nature.
The wise realize it as silence divine.

Brahman, the One, is a state of being. It is not a "He," a
personal being; nor is it an "It," an impersonal concept.

Brahman is that state which is when all
subject/object distinctions are obliterated.

Brahman is ultimately a name
for the experience of the timeless plenitude of being.

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Omkaradatta's picture


I find this a beautiful expression of Eastern wisdom. Western Advaita (nondualism) is still caught up in "there is no this, there is no that", for the most part, which (while quite possibly true) points to nothing. I can say "there is no milk" when I run out of it in the fridge, but it doesn't make me any wiser ;-).

Omkaradatta | Thu, 09/04/2008 - 20:54