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Wed Oct 3, 2012, 01:41 AM

The God “in Whom we live, move and have our Being” is also called PRESENCE and also AWARENESS.

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Reply The God “in Whom we live, move and have our Being” is also called PRESENCE and also AWARENESS. (Original post)
Viva_Daddy Oct 2012 OP
sanatanadharma Oct 2012 #1

Response to Viva_Daddy (Original post)

Mon Oct 22, 2012, 03:27 PM

1. An Advaita Vedantist's introduction to DU


My rupanama is sanatanadharma male.
I am an entire 67 year partial memory of this life wherein I and this changing form (body, mind, sense complex) have danced; what to speak of possible other incarnations.
While "I" know myself to be constant and unchanged through the many known changes of time, other desires, attachments, interests, etc have proved to be more transient.

However I am graced to have maintained an inclusive soul, progressive point of view, curious mind (pun intended), Democrat doing, humbly healthy body-story.

I do nothing useful and am in awe of those of you who do make a difference.
Philosophically, however, as a decades long Advaita Vedanta student, I question that first difference;
that first splitting of a hair that leads to you and me and all that is, especially Theology.

My appreciation to Viva_Daddy for the thread upon which to hang by wrap as I arrive here,
and to that ONE all that IS the "I AM" of all self-awareness-being.
Sat (existent, presence)
Chit (sentient, awareness)
Ananta (limitless)

A comment to all "believers" in God the concepts of limitless and infinite as pointers to the Divine; a difference (spit) between creator and creation is not possible unless you are willing to argue that God is not limitless-infinite.

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