Monday, September 10, 2012

Advaita is not a theory based on religious doctrine***



Advaita is not a theory based on religious doctrine.   Advaita is an inner revolution.  Advaita is not entertainment to please different mindset.

Sage Sri, Sankara’s wisdom is beautiful and uncontradictable ultimate truth.  The seeker has to penetrate as deeply as possible to unfold the mystery of his true existence. It will be difficult to find a Brahma Gnani like Sage Sri, Sankara.

Advaitic wisdom will not touch the ignorant populace.  Advaitic wisdom can reach the core of the serious and sincere seekers.   The seeker needs some different approaches, which is free from religious Gurus, religion, scriptures theories and yoga. Unless the words of wisdom touch the inner core the truth will not be revealed.

The so-called ‘Self’-declared Gurus of the east and west can go on repeating the Advaita parrot-like, ornamental words ~ they don't mean anything. Whatever the Gurus are saying of the Advaita   is on the dualistic perspective.   Their knowledge is skin deep.   They may be   great Gurus or yogis, but they are not Gnanis. 

Some thinkers who come very close, almost on the boundary line of Advaita, and stops there and start propagating love and repeating the names of  God. Perhaps they are afraid that if they talk about Advaita because they have only superficial knowledge of Advaita gathered from different sources.


There is no need to talk against the religion and criticize against yoga, and against the scriptures against the Atheists because they all are part and parcel of the dualistic illusion. By condemning criticizing the ignorance will not vanish. There is only need to realize, the religion, yoga, and scriptural mastery are not the means to acquire the ‘Self’-knowledge or Brahma Gnana.  

Sage Sankara says: ~ there is no need to study the Scriptures, in order to realize the ultimate truth or Brahman
~ then why you indulge in studying the scriptures.

 Sage Sankara says: ~ there is no need to study philosophy, in order to realize the ultimate truth or Brahman
~then why you indulge in studying the philosophy.

Sage Sankara says: ~ there is no need to indulge rituals, in order to realize the ultimate truth or Brahman

~then why you indulge in rituals.

Sage Sankara says: ~ there is no need to indulge yoga, in order to realize the ultimate truth or Brahman

~then why you indulge in yoga.

Sage Sri, Sankara says the transparent Truth of the Self, which is hidden by the illusion, is to be attained through the instructions of a knower of Brahman, (Gnani)

~ then why you are sticking a Guru who is not a Gnani.

Sage Sri, Sankara says: ~The exercise in discrimination between real and unreal and renunciation of the false is real meditation, 

~ then  why yo are indulging in other types of meditation.

 Advaita  means the Soul, the innermost Self, which is second to none. The Soul, which is present in the form of the Spirit or the consciousness, is the ultimate truth or Brahman or God. Advaita is the nature of the God, the innermost Self. Advaita is God. Advaita is the fullness of the consciousness.