Saturday, March 29, 2014

Strategical Isolation: Seeking Identity

Our true identity is "Sat Chit Ananda Brahma". All other identities are mithya. Mithya identities are those which depend on others for their own existence. If there is no other, you can not identify yourself. We always identify ourselves with respect to others. Like identity of "father" depends on "son" and "son's" on his "father". These dependent identities are mithya.
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In the past people were only following Natural laws which manifested as religious laws and social laws with social evolution. That is why Hinduism has never existed as a separate religion, but only Sanatan Dharma(Eternal Law of Cosmos) prevailed in BharataVarsha..
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During jnanyuga in ancient India various cults and schools of thought came in to existence like Buddhism, Jainism, Vedanta, Yoga, Nyayaya, Vaisheshika, Sankhya , Meemamsa and Sikhism
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These various schools of thought led this country in different period of time. Their existence with distinguished identity was for a good cause. So that strategical isolation was for the betterment and welfare of Indian culture and society. But over the period of time there arose inner conflicts among these cults and those "disagreements" divided the whole Hindu societies due to which Sikhism, Buddhism and Jainism isolated themselves with a separate religious tag. Due to these divisions among ourselves we lost our nation to foreign invaders.
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Divisions do not seem to be halted until now...
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Attitude of Arsh Vidya Gurukulam a leading schools of Advaita Vedanta reflect the same old behavior of "disagreeing" with other schools of thought and it seems they have an utmost desire to further divide the Hindu society. 

"My papa strongest"  and "My saree is whiter than yours" is the kind of attitude we see in commercial markets. In order to sell their product all companies try to prove their superiority over their other rivals in the market. 
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This superiority complex makes you to disrespect others and which leads to hatred among them. 
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I have seen advaitis not only disrespecting other beliefs but also they reject other schools of their own tradition. They keep their silence on anti-national elements and social service or showing respect for the nation is considered "not that important" in the holy pursuit of Brahmjnanam. 
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They appear more like a political warfare groups rather than the spiritual organisations. Mocking epics, itihaasa and puranas is the basic trait of fake Advaitis who are more interested in seeking a separate identity rather than spread the word of wisdom. 
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Isolation is always strategical? Do they have any kind of propaganda or a strategy? Or is it just their innocence due to lack of knowledge on the subject? 

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