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Of all beings the abode; He who, as gracious to all, dwells in all beings ; He am I, Vasudeva. The work is as well turned out as it can be. The most wonderful philosophical thought as well as images of worldly attractions do not grasp the Self.

Here follows a de. Blog by Kva Kutty. Avyakta which is the cause of the whole universe is great, and the Atman, the Supreme Lord, who is the seat and object of the highest wisdom, is even greater than Avyakta.

NATURE OF BRAHMAN (adapted from Amrita Bindu Upanishad)

It is as literal as could be desired and withal very clear. When manas is dissolved in the heart-lotiis, all external perceptions being replaced by the conscious- ness ” I am Brahman,” then there is no more need for restraint ; and it has been shewn, by quoting’ the sayings of Teachers belonging to the line of the Ancient Tradition, that the dissolution of manas consists in attaining to a state of perfect equilibrium, i.

Pakshapaatavinirmuktam brahma sampadyate tadaa Mantra 6. After m-iking the S’abda-Brahman his own by a study of th!

Like the jar, the body is of different forms, breaking up again and again. Manas is consciousness in motion, as it were.

This Brahma- vidya exists in the hearts of all beings ; only it is quite concealed from view by avidya. Once a pot is prpducod, it will not necessarily disappear on the withdrawal of the efficient cause. The Self is called here the Consciousness, the spiritual heart, distinct from the blood-pumping organ. The woi’d, too, is ui real, exist- ing only in name. Atman is thus descrilied in the sruti: In mukti it is manas which, having achieved all its purposes, changes form by way of being resolved into the foiin of its cause.


A jogin attains it only after undergoing a gfood deal of trouble involved in the processes of s’ravana, manana and nididhydsana, i. He is Bliss in essence. It is this fourth condition which the great Gurus, the Mahatmans, teach as the true being of the Self to such of their disciples as have purified their hearts of all dirt. It is easier said than done. So, do leave this place and go else- where. Bhinne tamsi chikatvam eka evaanupasyati Mantra Bhadram karnebhih srinuyaama devaah.

This state is described by sages as follows:: Sastri’s trans- lation of a considerable niimber of the S’lokas of the Gita with their translations as given in some of the more usually read renderings and have found Mr.

How long is this process of restraining to be carried on? In Vedanta two of the most powerful analogies, the Self is likened to the Sun and space. Reason introduces cause and effect. And it is verily from Him, who as the jiva amuses himself in the three bodies, that the whole variegated being is born. To do this the aspirant has only to strip his own in- dividual consciousness of all the limitations caused by the Upadhis till it becomes one with the Universal Consciousness as he can conceive it.

May Sun God, who knows all, bless us! And we note with pleasure that the learned translator has given mostly the Sanskrit, in brackets or otherwise, of most important terms, which are more intelligent to us in the original than in the English fcrm ” The Madras Mail- — ” Although new translations of the Bhagavad Gita have been appearing at almost regular intervfils during the ceutuiy — since, in fact.


Relation between Atman and jiva. Hence no need for them amritabinru tread tlio jiafh any more. On the other hand, Atman is never subject to change: When again manas, though restrained from a long- ing for the pleasure by vairagya and made to dwell steadily in the A’tman by practice of SamAdhi, still tries to assert its nature and is inclined to wander outside by a longing for pleasure and objects of pleasure, it should again be restrained witli effort from so wandering, by resorting to the means already amrltabindu, such as jiitinabhyasa and vairagya.

This is explained by an analogy of a moving pot in the following mantra Vedanta begins with the instructions: Krishna Yajurveda or Atharvaveda.

Sankaracharya’s omission to explain or other- wise notice them in his writings may be explained on the following ground. May Garuda, who eliminates obstacles, bless us! The verse 10 of the Upanishad recommends internally reciting Gayatri, Vyahrtis and Pranava Om mantras as counters to time the length of the breathing exercises, while the section reminds amriatbindu yogi to drink water and breath deeply to cleanse the body and senses.

Amritabindu Upanishad – Wikipedia

So also, in Brahman considered in Itself there can be no perception or non-perception ; they are mere imagina- tions due to upadhi: When the mind is immersed in the state of divinity, it is beyond virtue and vice. Mumukshatva is the intense longing for spiritual acquisition. It is net limited by spnce and time, nor is it limit- ed by otiier things.

I being none other than Brahman. Without renunciation, it is at best only an indirect knowledge of rhe Reality that can be attained.