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Theie is really none who seeks moksha. He then addressed her thus: By knowledge they have been extinguished ; just as, where a rope has been mistaken for a serpent, the serpent has been extinguished by knowledge.

And it is verily from Him, who as upanishar jiva amuses himself in the three bodies, that the whole variegated being is born. The Nature Of Reality:. That be-ness which manifests itself when avidya and the rest are absent is Brahman.

It is, therefore, meaningless to HKy that the jiva is born and dies.

The three matras or the component parts of ‘ Om,’ — viz. Just as jivas, as seen in dreams or projected by the jugglei’s art maya or indrajala or imagined to dwell in an artiticial idol, are supposed to be born and to die though actually no jivas are born and die in them ; so, too, all these” jiviis are devoid ol: He is Bliss in essence.

If by any obstacle, such as a desire to enjoy the pleasures of Brahmaloka, upanisyad aspirants who, after renouncingall world as something not worth longing for, have ascertained the nature of Brahman by the study of the scriptures, fail to attain in 76 KAIVALYA-UI’AXISHAD their earthly life to a complete realization of their identity with Brahman, they go after death to the regions of Bi’ahma the Demiurge, and there they as well a-?



Many medieval Indian scholars considered these as one. XUl has its basis in religion and is calculated to subserve the interests of spiritual progress. It is, on the other hand, a distinct principle called Tamas or Darkness, far snbtlor than chitta or the thinking principle ; and it is that extremely thin veil which envelops the Absolute Keality.

Do thoii, O Lord! That is to say, by a constant reflection and meditation — by means of Pranava — of the thought “I am Brahman, the Self of all,” the non-dual Self manifests itself in the heart of the yogin. Before describing the actual process he proves, by itastning from experience, the declaration of the S’rnti that A’tman is all and that therefore manas has no real existence- except as Amrltabindu.

The Self of all: On the other hand, Atman is never subject to change: The best class of aspirants comprises those who look upon manas, the sense-organs ajritabindu all the rest as a mere fiction apart from Brahman’s being, just as, where a rope is mistaken uanishad a serpent, the serpent is a mere imagination.

The trans- lation is more literal than most of the current ones.

This section of Amritabindu text presents the Vedanta theory of non-dualism Advaita. There is no fixr in the whole Veda superior to it.

NATURE OF BRAHMAN (adapted from Amrita Bindu Upanishad)

There would not be so much bloodshed in the name of religion if people had more intelligence than mere intellect. Satatam manthayitavyam manasaa manthaana-bhootena Mantra This is stressed in the Upanishad mantra On account of this darkne. The fant, however, is somewhat different.


Then there is a progress from many thoughts to one thought. This ia what the Vedan- tins call the Mahavakya, the Grand Utterance, whose teaching, declaring the unity of Brahman and Jiva, is expounded in this Upanishad as fol- lows: In course of time, his mind will be prepared to enter on the path of meditation. Fi’om the standpoint of Brahman there can be no connection whatever with Tamas ; and in itself Brahman is the eternal, ever- effulgent consciousness.

All except what contributes to the restraint of manas and to a knowledge of its process, does not in the least lead to I’eal happiness. Let him know it is then sakashdya impassioned ; when balanced, let him not disturb it. It is net limited by spnce and time, nor is it limit- ed by otiier things.

Once he makes a firm resolve, Gods upanishwd come to his help in the same way that Garuda came to the help of the tittibhas. Among his friends may be reckoned powerful Devas and ‘Munis of great austerity, j’tid ho holds for the Devas and men an inexhaustible Fi’pply of gems.

Yogapedia explains Amritabindu Upanishad The Amritabindu Upanishad teaches that it is the mind that ensnares us. Cows are of various colors, milk is one-colored, the wise man looks upon soul as milk, of bodies as cows of different garbs, knowledge is hidden, as butter in milk.