RE: Theos-World Is Nirvana Karmic?
Mar 16, 1999 07:18 AM
by Peter Merriott
> >>Putting it simply - surely attainment of Nirvana essentialy involves
> 'merging' the individuality into Atma.>>
> Putting it simply, such a "merging" is a cause and effect, and
> thus is karmic.
Is it as 'simple' as that, Jerry? That's what I'm asking - albeit the
words can get in the way, if we let them.
If Parabrahm is beyond the duality of 'cause and effect'.
"If neither Atma nor Buddhi are ever reached by Karma" as HPB states.
Then what does it mean to 'attain', or 'reach', Nirvana (or whatever words
we might want to use)?
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