We often hear this sentence when two are in argument or discussion “I am correct you were wrong.” This correct and wrong are obviously referred to the final statement of the subject matter of discussion. It would be erroneous if we presume that the two words “Correct” and “Wrong” are indicating Viparyaya (Opposite) in this context. If we analyse with a mature sense keeping the discussion in view, we can know that those words are pointing out the Bhinna (Different). Now this seems to be confusing, how can a decisive statement in an argument which is supposed to be one be “different”???
It is Anubhuti (Perception) that makes it different. Every individual has his own perception that may not be in Samanvaya (Similarity) with others. Amazingly it is this Anubhuti which bring in Anubhava (Experience) to us. As we gain more experience we should be able to analyse every discussion or argument from the Bhinna (Different) point of view instead of Viparyaya (Opposite). This is the quality of Samibhuta (Equipoise). This equipoise state of mind provides us the ability to think from different Pramana (Dimension). When we start thinking from different dimensions we develop Karunya Bhava (Empathy).
Being empathic as we all know is an ability to understand or relate to another person as if we were in their shoes. This can happen either mentally and emotionally. When we take this empathic ability up a notch we can feel the emotional states of another person or experience what they are feeling first hand as if they were our own emotions. In other words, we can have Pratibha Medhas (Intuitive Knowledge).
Intuitive Knowledge is independent of our sensory experience and hence cannot be proven through senses. Expression of Love is one of them, you know how much you love someone but cannot divulge it in words. The origin of this intuitive knowledge is the point of origin of our Svarupa (Nature) with which the entire cosmos was created. It is the ideal state we seek to attain in the successful embodiment and integration of all of our senses within our rational and non-rational self. It is the final destination we seek to return to.