The practical life within the practical world is nothing to do with the reality because the practical life within the practical world is mere an illusion created out of the reality. The Soul, which is present in the form of the consciousness, is the ultimate reality or Brahman.
The Gurus, who mix practical life and practical world and preach Advaita, have made their own cocktail, which leads to hallucination. The question never occurs to them “Is what I have preached is really the truth?
Sermons consisting of ornamental words, profusion of words, and possessing skilfulness in expounding scriptures are merely for the enjoyment of the intellectuals. They do not help to get rid of the ignorance.
Upanishads:~ Fools dwelling in darkness, but thinking they wise and erudite, go round and round, by various tortuous paths, like the blind led by the blind. (Upanishads Nikilanada - Ch II-5 P-14)
The Scriptures mastery, the force of religious merit--none of these lead to the realization of that Ultimate Truth or Brahman. The ultimate truth is revealed in the clear understanding and realization of ‘what is truth and ‘what is the untruth. When one realizes the untruth (universe) is created out of single stuff, the Self-awareness rises in the midst of duality exposing the unreal nature of the form, time and space.
Everyone’s inner work is on. Until a man is ripe to receive Self-knowledge, he will not be able to understand what I am saying.
Even they may find it difficult in the first as they go on reading and reflecting repeatedly my blogs and post their subconscious will start dropping the dualistic egocentric knowledge and start accepting the Soul-centric Self-knowledge or Brahma Gnana or Atma Gnana.
Grasping the truth depends on the spiritual maturity of the seeker. My mission is sharing the knowledge by inspires the serious and sincere seekers of truth and divert their attention towards the inward reality.
As their urge is in the seed level and As they go on reading the words of wisdom it will start growing.
“It takes time for the seeker to gain the perfect understanding of ‘what is truth’ and ‘’what is untruth’.