Creation is not God

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If God is the creation itself, again God becomes alone and cannot have any entertainment. For entertainment only, He wanted a second item, which must be different from Him (Sadviteeyamaichchat). The support is quite different from the supported item. You cannot say that both are one and the same. Entertainment is of two types. In the first type, you see the drama from outside.

— Universal



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Disagree

I totally disagree with your this quote/statement.
It is rubbish.
OM

madan_gautam | Fri, 03/27/2009 - 13:58
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Entertainment of God is the basic reason for creation-as per Ved

The simultaneous entry of God into the entire creation like the case of worldly cause and effect contradicts the very basic reason for creation. According to the Veda, the basic reason is the entertainment of God by watching His creation. The seer must be different from the seen so that the sight connects the two leading to entertainment. If the seer becomes the seen or pervades all over the seen, the connecting sight disappears. For the convenience of the sight, the seen must be separate from the seer.

Even in the case of the entertainment of a person, by seeing his own imaginary world, the seen is in the seer but the seer is neither in the seen as said in the Gita (Natvaham teshu te mayi…) nor is the seen itself as said in Veda (Neti Neti .., Nedam tat…).

When there is a requirement, the seer can enter into the seen through a limited form only so that the seer can see the rest of the seen. Hence in the Veda, the first stage is the creation of the world by God within Himself as the imagination and observing the world as a seer separately. The second stage is the entry of the seer in to seen through a limited form called the human incarnation as per the requirement.
At Thy Lotus Feet His Holiness Sri Dattaswami

Anil Antony
www.universal-spirituality.org
Universal Spirituality for World Peace
antonyanil@universal-spirituality.org

dattaswami2 | Mon, 04/06/2009 - 07:25
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what you have experienced till.............

Let us discuss direct experiences what ever you have experienced till yet in your Spiritual journey and leave aside for a while all other references.
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madan_gautam | Mon, 04/06/2009 - 12:44
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Our friend is in a trance and I don't believe he even hears you. What will follow will be more preaching that has no relationship to your comments.

Phroggy | Mon, 04/06/2009 - 18:08
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Agreed

I agree with you, but i will call him unto the last second to revive.
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madan_gautam | Mon, 04/06/2009 - 18:28
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I often get the impression, particularly from his webpage, that he believes himself to be the Swami to which he refers. If this is so, it's a particularly difficult delusion to overcome since there will be no receptivity.

Phroggy | Mon, 04/06/2009 - 18:50
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Agreed

This is the most dangerous point for a seeker and it is responsibility of the people like us to point out and at the same time to let him know the truth,let it be mine or yours but both leads to same point and will save him from being blind.
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madan_gautam | Mon, 04/06/2009 - 19:04
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Agreed

This is the most dangerous point for a seeker and it is responsibility of the people like us to point out and at the same time to let him know the truth,let it be mine or yours but both leads to same point and will save him from being blind.
OM

madan_gautam | Mon, 04/06/2009 - 19:07
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I like to think I'm always open to the possibilities.

Phroggy | Mon, 04/06/2009 - 19:14
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Agreed

One should always,but without anything and just for.............I know you will understand my point.
Phil
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madan_gautam | Mon, 04/06/2009 - 19:24