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Seventh Anuvaka

Seventh Anuvaka“In the beginning this was non-existent (not yet defined by form and name). From it was born what exists. That made itself its Self, therefore it is called the Self-made.&…

Eighth Anuvaka

Eighth Anuvaka(1) “From terror of it (Brahman) the wind blows, from terror the sun rises; from terror of it Agni and Indra, yea Death runs as the fifth.”Now this is an examination …

Ninth Anuvika

Ninth Anuvika“He who knows the bliss of that Brahman, from whence all speech, with the mind, turns away unable to reach it, he fears nothing.”He does not distress himself with the …

Second Valli,

Second Valli,The Chapter on Ananda (Bliss)Harih, Om! May it (the Brahman) protect us both (teacher and pupil)! May it enjoy us both! May we acquire strength together! May our knowledge become …

Tenth Anuvaka

Tenth Anuvaka1. Let him never turn away (a stranger) from his house, that is the rule. Therefore a man should by all means acquire much food, for (good) people say (to the stranger): “Th…

Second Anuvaka

Second AnuvakaHe perceived that food is Brahman, for from food these beings are produced; by food, when born, they live; and into food they enter at their death.Having perceived this, he went …

Third Anuvika

Third AnuvikaHe perceived that breath is Brahman, for from breath these beings are born; by breath, when born, they live; into breath they enter at their death.Having perceived this, he went a…

Fourth Anuvaka

Fourth AnuvakaHe perceived that mind (manas) is Brahman, for from mind these beings are born; by mind, when born, they live; into mind they enter at their death.Having perceived this, he went …

Fifth Anuvaka

Fifth AnuvakaHe perceived that understanding (vignana) was Brahman, for from understanding these beings are born; by understanding, when born, they live; into understanding they enter at their…