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Hindu Gita Ashtavakra

29 March, 2012 (01:06) | General | By: admin

The subject immanent rialidad far from producing the original and thus reveal the enigma of consciousness, only apparent schism produces reality of subject and object, which is just a mirage. A short story, "mythos" to clarify the story is told deponent propaedeutic South, I believe in the Hindu Gita Ashtavakra (poem being and not being) that can enlighten as Esthet notice of what is the summary witness and I quote from memory: "The teacher put an object in a long, zigzagging against the disciples to listen carefully. The master one to one is asking – what is this? All disciples answered, without hesitation, that this is a string. The teacher, with little surprise to see the reaction of disciples, says flatly that it is a rope is a snake. After which, they are asked to ratify it: Do you agree? He asks. Despite his love for the teacher and the truth, his senses and confirmation of the majority continue to support the first statement: "The object is a rope." The teacher says that this is a snake. "What happens," he says, is that until we do not fail to see the rope, do not arrive to see the snake "… "…

While I trust in your senses and in appearance cegueis you never arrive to see reality. This is the witness of the inherent attitude that advises the Native Esthet. Levels is a matter of faith to think what is believed, without letting him believe, that is the true faith or believe what we think without letting him to think "that is the rationality, theology and even the so-called" common sense .