Saturday, September 1, 2012

The false is experienced as reality due to ignorance.

The individual experience within the dream is reality with in the dream. Therefore waking reality is also is reality within the waking. This waking is parallel dream and dream is parallel waking. Only when self-wakes up in waking the dream becomes unreal. When the self-consciously wakes up in its formless nondual true nature in the midst of waking experience  then all the three states are  mere mirage created out of its formless nondual true nature.

The form time and space within the dream are falsehood when waking takes place. Similarly the form, time and space of the waking are also falsehood when wisdom dawns. The wisdom dawns only when one realize the self is neither the waking entity nor the dream entity. Thus it is erroneous to judge and reason and conclude the ultimate truth on the base of waking entity and waking world because waking experience itself is illusion.
Suppose you were holding the same view in the dream, all your experiences and views are reality within the dream. The dream becomes unreal when waking takes place. Similarly the waking becomes unreal when you become aware the fact that, the self is not an individual.  Thus whatever individual experiences experienced within the waking is as unreal as dream.
 Until one thinks body as body and world as world it is impossible to grasp nondual truth, because his views and judgments are bases on physical self with the physical existence.  The individuality is reality with the waking experience but the waking experience itself is false hood. Thus holding the view as an individual within the false experience is erroneous on the ultimate point of view.  The waking is parallel dream and dream is parallel waking experience. 

In waking the universe comes: in deep sleep   the waking goes. In waking is one born; in waking one dies. 

In waking one lives, in Waking one suffers. In Waking one earns, in Waking one enjoys. In Waking is one truthful or lies like a liar. In Waking one reflects on Virtue and Sin. In Waking do one lands in Heaven  or Hell. In Waking is one happy, in Waking in sorrow. In Waking does one lose the distinctions of caste and creed. In Waking is one wise; in Waking is one unwise.

In Waking one has an urge to know the truth. In Waking one is in the illusion; in Waking is one shadowed by Doubts and confusion, in waking one thinks of reincarnation and rebirth.  In waking one thinks that he is born in this world and world existed prior to him. In waking one is in ignorance of the true self, which is consciousness. If one spots out the true self within the three states, one realizes the way to freedom. 

One is in action in Waking. In Waking one is bound by form, time and space. Waking is in the form of mind. Mind appears and disappears as waking or dream.  If there is no mind then there is no waking or dream. Waking or dream is born out of ignorance of the true self. Getting rid of the ignorance through wisdom is   the way to the release. In Waking or dream, one follows the Writ of habit. Waking or dream is a chronic malady; but within it also is its remedy. 

 The false is experienced as reality due to ignorance. Only through getting rid of the ignorance through Self-knowledge or Brahma Gnana or Atma Gnana the soul, the innermost self becomes free from experiencing the illusory duality as reality.

One who holds the soul as the true self is entitled to liberation. Such a one has to reflect the nature of the mind. 

Where there is neither seeker nor goal, understand that this is the nature of the soul, the innermost self which is liberation.

When wisdom dawns then the illusory duality disappears and the fallacy of the experience of the birth, life, death and the world is exposed. 

When the mirage of practical life dries up, the soul is released from the false bondage, and that which has no birth is freed from the illusory experience of birth, life, death and the world as reality.

Through power of discrimination, the soul mentally detaches itself from experiencing the illusory three states as reality, and the identification as being a limited to the experience of the birth, life, death and the world, are all destroyed the soul rests in its own  formless non-dual true nature. 

The sense of duality is broken, the soul, the innermost self, rests in the solitude of its own true nature. Through Self-knowledge or Brahma Gnana or Atma Gnana,  the soul is awakened in the midst of duality and realizes the duality is a mere mirage created out of itself and there is no second thing exists other than itself.

 The curtain of duality is lifted, a non – distinction has broken distinctions, and the division of from, time and space has disappeared.