0948 No Beginning (Section 6.2, Chapter 159(backtracking a little) Yoga Vasistha)





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Sankalpa is a notion we identify with. It is part of our identity. Rama is asking how the notion that Bhasa had regarding himself (as a deer) was also apparent to others.

What is the relationship we have with people in our dreams? It is the same as in our waking state. In what way is a dream 'my' dream? What is the relationship between me and those in a drama that I am watching? There is no basis for the discrimination between the waking state and the dream state.

Go beyond the discrimination between real and imaginary.

Indra had become a deer due to the curse of the sage Durvasa.

Our nature is that of dream objects.

Anything is possible in limitless ignorance, maya.

This is all beginingless and endless Brahman.

The cosmic dissolution and creation happen from moment to moment.

Creation is nothing more than movement in the infinite consciousness. 'Movement' is getting caught up, identifying with, notions. Our notions are dream objects, dream people, etc.

Text: http://www.venkatesaya.com Yoga Vasistha Book 2, October5
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