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The Advaitic meaning of Sita mata?

Tags: sita, religion & spirituality, advaitic meaning
Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 28 Feb '13 09:49 am
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Sita, The mind Rama, the pure Self, cannot enter into any active participation in life unless wedded to the mind. Sita (the mind) is ready. She is not born to Janaka by wedlock. While ploughing the land, he finds Sita. If a girl is got every time the land is ploughed, agriculture would have ceased long ago! The mind appeared from the most inappropriate place ever. It is absurd to enquire deep into this. Later you find that the same Sita , disappears into Mother Earth. From Mother Earth she came, to Mother Earth she went back. From where mind comes, and where it disappears during samadhi, nobody can tell. This is Maya. Wedded to the mind when Rama returns, he finds that he cannot live in Ayodhya. For, once the mind has come, you start expressing through it. You have to enter the forest of life, self-exiled as it were. Some cause or other must emerge as one enters the forest of existence. So long as Sita was looking up to Rama, living in Rama, for Rama, by Rama, she never found any diffe ...more
Answered by LIPSIKA, 28 Feb '13 09:52 am

 
  
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Ram ki bahu
Answered by SUNIDHI, 28 Feb '13 09:56 am

 
  
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