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Brahman is completeness and voidness is Brahman only. Adi Shankaracharya interprets this verse as describing how Saguna Brahman emananates from Nirguna Brahman. Here's what he this section of his Brihadaranyaka Upanishad Bhashya:.
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That is infinite, not limited by anything, i. It is complete, all-pervading like the ether, without a break, and unconditioned. So also is this conditioned Brahman, manifesting through name and form and coming within the scope of relativity the universe , infinite or all-pervading indeed in its real form as the Supreme Self, not in its differentiated form circumscribed by the limiting adjuncts. This differentiated Brahman, the effect, proceeds or emanates from the infinite, or Brahman as cause. Although it emanates as an effect, it does not give up its nature, infinitude, the state of the Supreme Self; it emanates as but the infinite.
Taking the infinitude of the infinite, or Brahman as effect, i. Madhvacharya says that it refers to how Avataras emanate from Vishnu:. The Avataras of Mahavishnu are all said to be Purna or Full.
Full is also that Mula form, called Param-rupam, or the highest form. When the Full, belonging to the Mula Form or Root Form, withdraws within Himself the other Purna or Full, namely, that which is known as the Avatara-form, then there remains the Full alone. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. What is Fullness and Emptyness void according to the Vedas? Ask Question. Asked 1 year, 10 months ago. Active 1 year, 10 months ago.
Viewed times. If Fullness remains, then How do Veda define for Emptyness or void? Kailash Chandra Polai Kailash Chandra Polai 2, 1 1 gold badge 14 14 silver badges 62 62 bronze badges. Purnashya purnamAdAya purnamevAvasghishyate purnamevAvasghishyate- Purnam eva only Brahman who is the cause avashishyate remains. See the following Mantra from the Atharva Veda, which also says the same: PurnAt Purnam udacchati purnam purnena sicyate OR When infinity is removed udachati from infinity, it's the infinity that only remains.
Atharva Veda Rickross Rickross SwiftPushkar SwiftPushkar However wouldn't the concept of "Neti-Neti" would eventually bring to "void"? Interestingly if you refer user "Be Happy" Jabahar profile, then it suggests a philosophical sect based in Orissa, named as "Shunya VAda".
Even from your own answer: "There was neither light nor darkness, neither the sun nor the moon, nor the earth, but one undivided nothingness. But in fact it is related to description of brahman ,which can only be tell with the word "Neti-Neti. That mean he can't be described with indriyas. Brahman is unthinkable and if one tries to define it the answer would be according to shruties Neti-Neti.
Shankara , Ved Vyasa in various places written commentary in refutation of the concept of complete void-ness. Here's what he this section of his Brihadaranyaka Upanishad Bhashya: That is infinite, not limited by anything, i.
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