An Advaitist view is an oxymoron.
No, it was not Advaitist views that were
There appeared to be a concern and thus
propounded suggestions to address what are secondary and tertiary
The invitation was to come back to primary base and
unravel the basic premise itself, on which are based these consequential
Now since phenomenality to be a total show of
cosmic proportions, all types and forms of song and dance have to feature in the ticker parade.
Thus,.......... Moller and Moller's Spiritual
Humanism is as much a nuance of the moment, as is the espoused doctrine of
Advaita or Jody's dog peeing on a hydrant.
So go for it.:-)
While it has nothing to do with your book, it's
been eons since one was picked up and there is little inclination in that
Yes, any time there is an urge to
walk-in-togetherness..........always the availability.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, May 19, 2005 11:34
Subject: [Meditation Society of America]
re: Spiritual Humanism
Please allow me to top-post this reply, as the
body of both my original post and your replies make it a bit heavy to insert
it at the beginning of my brief reply.
Thanks for your reply to my post on Spiritual
Allow me just to say that I also am well aware of
all the arguments you have brought against my position. You may not be aware
of it, but about three years ago I was the moderator of a group called
Advaita Ashram. Here we endlessly discussed these very same isues, with
me always taking the gradualist view, and the Advaitists the views you
hold. This matter was never resolved.
So, I decided to close the group and rather
devote my time to writing my book. I no longer discuss the Advaitist
view as proposed by yourself. For me this issue is closed I see it as a
non-argument. My book stands as my own testament against the matters you
raise. So, allow me to ask you: should you feel you want to pursue this
matter, please first read my book. After that, if you have any further
questions we could perhaps discuss matters further.
Until then, my friend, be happy.
Hand in hand,