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THE RELIGION OF VAISHNAVISM FROM VISHISTA-ADVAITA VEDANTA

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On reflection today Vaishnavism is a religion that is formulated on the basis of Vishista-advaita Vedanta that was a stepping stone for for me in pursuit of the duties and responsibilities that one has in life in sanatan dharma. Sanatan dharma simply means those specific duties and responsibilities towards Nature, the Creation. So from abstraction that I had specified a year ago, today I can say that Vaìshnavism is the highest attainment of a religion outlook in life. It loves Creation in all its manifestations. It harms no living beings or inanimate objects, so it practices ahimsa or non-violence through truth accommodation and simultaneously truth conservation

 For truth is the Reality as defined in Vishista-advaita Vedanta.

Thus we have a Conception of Reality, and we have a religion based on that Conception. The reality is the universe is Brahma Nature with its Trimurti of Brahma, Vishu and Shiva representing the sattvic, rajasic and tamasic guna Consciousness. The religion of Vaishnavism worships Vishnu as the essential sanatan dharma that sets out the perfect actions as karma and it gives us the eternal law of the universe.

Brahma-Nature is created by Almighty God Sri Krishna represented in the Trimurti as Vishnu.

Hence from Vishnu comes the term for the religion of Vaishnavism.

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Of Vaishnavism I examined if I was a practitioner but could not say in all honesty that I am that as a self-conceived abstraction.

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Posted on Facebook:

Do as I say, not as I do, for I am a yogi seeking to be the law-maker for all humanity as this generation's Maharishi.

 

Changed my Bio in Twitter and Facebook from ‘Vishista-advaitist’ to simply ‘Yogi’.

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12.52 pm (UK-Time) 18 November 2021

 

 

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