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Part 1 needs to be understood for this part to make sense. Student posed a question “What is real and what is not real? How do you decide their status?” In the world, entropy is the rule. Change is the constant. People, emotions, objects, and living things… with or without our knowing… every moment they change. How…

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What a wise person (Jñāni) knows directly – can be summarized in below Ādi Śaṅkarācārya’s words. Which is why there is NO GAIN for a jñāni to argue or defend themselves – when challenged by criticism of an ignorant Jīva (person who identifies “I” with Body-Mind complex): brahma satyaṁ jagan-mithyā jivo brahmaiva nāparaḥ anena vedyaṁ…

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Here’s an example how Māyā works and how innocently one gives absolute reality to mere appearance… What is this?…   Got it? If said “Table”, that’s correct. Suppose you didn’t, why didn’t you say “wood”? After all it is just wood that looks like a table because of it’s 4 legs attached to a rectangular…

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