From this answer we find the following quote of Swāmi Vivekānanda:
...You can swallow the stars by the handful if you want; such is your real nature...
Further, from this answer we find the real nature of Nīrguna Brahman is not omnipotent enough to swallow the stars, moreover Nīrguna Brahman is inactive. ( Actually stars ain't existing on plane of our real nature, then also the quote doesn't make any sense )So according to Advait/Sankara Vedànta, Swāmi Vivekānanda shouldn't have said so because such is not our real nature (real nature is Nīrguna/inactive).
Then what exactly was the philosophy of Swāmi Vivekānanda? Or I'm missing something? In any case please answer.