What is duality/dvaita?
Understanding the diversity of the world as true is duality. Diversity in the world is always there, and will remain forever, but this is not true. To live in the world, there is a need to resort to variations. Yet one should not have an attachment towards them.
What is non-duality/Advaita?
According to the aforementioned, detachment towards the diversity of the world is called Advaita. In this, diversity is welcome half heartedly, and is not considered as true. Indeed, Dvaitadvaita is called Dvaita in short form. Advaita cannot be living alone. This is a negation. That is, it denies duality. This rebuttal occurs from the letter “A” before “Dvaita.” When the duality is not there, then how can it be denied? Therefore, it is evident that both Dvaita and Advaita live together. That is why Dvaitadvaita is the real name of Advaita.
Dvaita and Advaita to be followed by the same person
This can be done. However, rare people are able to adopt this lifestyle, because it requires a lot of physical and mental strength. This can also affect the quality of the temporal work, especially if not given proper attention with caution.
Division of labour to Maintain Dvaitadvaita
It happens in developed civilizations, and is done by intelligent people. Vedic civilization is also a good example of it. In it, the liability of dualistic cosmic deeds is done to people of a different category, and responsibilities of subliminal religious activities are given to people of a different category. There is a good example in the form of the caste tradition of Vedic culture. In this, people of Brahmin class perform priesthood (religious work), and the other three categories perform various temporal works.
Benefits of division of labour in Dvaitadvaita
It produces a low burden on a person. He has to keep only one type of sentiment. This does not create conflicts between conflicting expressions or sentiments. Therefore, the quality of work also increases. Anyway, in the world it is seen that the more duality is, the better the work is. Advantages of the Dvaita of dualist are received by his accompanying non-dualist man, and the benefits of non-dualistic sentiment of priest are received by the dualist man accompanying him itself. It is like this, if a lame and a blind man help each other. Although there must be close and loving relationships between the two types of classes for full success with it.
The relationship between a disciple and his Guru is similar to Dvaitadvaita-relationship
Premyogi Vajra also got the benefit of this division of labour. His guru (the same old spiritual man) was a true Brahmin-priest. Premyogi Vajra himself was a very materialist. There was a close, loving, and Tantric relationship between the two for a long time. From this, Duality of Premyogi Vajra was got by his Guru, and he received the Advaita of his Guru. Due to this Dvaitadvaita was strengthened inside both of them unintended, and both became free. Because of this, the spontaneous achievement of transient KundaliniJagran by Premyogi vajra along with momentary enlightenment was there. This caused spiritual liberation of both of them itself. Together, Kundalini remained active throughout the life of Premyogi vajra.
This Dvaitadvaita coordination is the religious harmony
If one religion is dualistic, then another religion is non-dualistic. That is why there should be friendly relations between the two types of religions. This gives strength to each other. This proves the actual non-duality (dvaitadvait) of spirituality. The mutual co-ordination between opposing sentiments was the main reason behind the success of Vedic culture.
कृपया इस पोस्ट को हिंदी में पढ़ने के लिए इस लिंक पर क्लिक करें (द्वैत और अद्वैत दोनों एक-दूसरे के पूरक के रूप में)
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