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hari9896 on the Masters & "the existence of the Personal God"

May 05, 2007 09:37 AM
by danielhcaldwell


You wrote:

We can believew in the bonafides of HPB and her Masters alright but
that does not mean that they necessarily knew everything. Their denial
of the existence of the Personal God in particular does not seem to be
correct. Great incarnate Masters like Yogananda and Sivananda have
confirmed His existence. Sri Ramana Maharishi said "Ishvara is Brahman
as qualified by Maya" But Ishvara has complete control over Maya. It 
is claimed in Advaita Vedanta of Sri Shankaracharya that man can 
share in all the powers of God except the creation and destruction of 
universes Thus man can become Brahman but he cannot become Ishvara.

I hope that you will take the time and effort to explain in greater
detail what you mean by "the existence of the Personal God."

In other words, I believe some readers on this forum would like to 
know your thinking on this subject and why you believe HPB's Masters 
are not correct when they deny "the existence of the Personal God."

I am interested in your own thinking on this matter and how you 
arrived at this conclusion as you have stated it.

I will post a number of other items which may provide some food for 


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