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The truth is that the world appears as a passing shadow in a flood of light. Then too the mind stops its activities.
Kaivalya Navaneeta Translated By Swami Ramanananda Saraswathi
The Self is certainly within the direct experience of everyone, but not as one imagines it to be. Interview with Frithjof Schuon – on Spirituality. But after the performance he alone remains and all the visions he had created have disappeared. If these powers and Deliverance are together the fruits of tapas, then all the sages should possess both, as the ancient sages did.
Otherwise rebirth after death takes place. Do not slip away from it. As aspirant is instructed to find who he is.
May be lack of index, made me to lose sight of any references. Thus the last one will end in course of time and then the gross body also falls away with it. Where does it come from and how did it originate?
Similarly, in the words ‘That’ and ‘thou’, their kaivxlya meanings excluded, the Consciousness-Principle is taken as Brahman and the Witness, whose unbroken identity is established by ‘art’, so that Brahman is the Self, and the Self is Brahman.
Bare existence alone is noticed in plants, minerals and the earth which look insentient and are ignorant. The Cream of Liberation outlines the basic philosophical principles of Advaita Vedanta and reviews these in a way intended to make them very clear to readers, again in the form of a dialogue between a master and devotee. Kaivalya Navaneetam says that sanchita karma [stored karma] is a end simultaneously with the rise of Jnana.
The subject [knower] is only a mode of mind. The discussions on creation may be omitted for the present. Of course, these fundamental questions still puzzle people, and so these clear answers from akivalya ancient past often strike home with readers today.
Since it s no other than the Real Self.
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Because the mental states are of two kinds. Section Two Doubts Cleared Away 1. If by meditation the subtle state of thought is won, then ignorance is destroyed.
Sri Karapatra Swami was a monk and teacher Pithadhipati at the sacred seat of learning at Kashi also known as Varanasi or Benares. But Being and Consciousness are evident in it. To the mind or ego who feels that he is a separate entity, who thinks, ‘I do this’ or ‘this is mine’. Where is the use of transient being like that? The substratum is twofold, general and particular, of which the general substratum remains continuous and unbroken.
The second question is: If you ask how to control navanewtham activities of the mind, rising up from its latencies: Efforts must be made to eradicate the vasanas. We know nothing about the past or the future. Light is necessary to see the shadow also. Therefore, O son, be at peace that we are always the same limitless Being!
It is a widely known Advaita classic. In the explanation given yesterday [for Major Kaivalyya doubts], it is said that the removal of avarana results in the annihilation of the karana sarira. Though the mode [vritti] passes, the reality behind it does not cease. The vasanas are of two kinds.
Find the Self and rest in Peace. If you are not inclined to practice this yoga, they will cease if you root out the massive ignorance of the casual body. Although the time and place are different, a little consideration reveals the man to be the same.
Kaivalya Navaneetham Moolam
Edward Carpenter who had stated that he had self realization on some occasions and that its effects lasted sometimes afterwards, only to be gradually lost. That is the law. The Lamp of Non-Dual Knowledge is in the form of a dialogue between a seeker and his spiritual master, with the seeker posing many probing questions about the nature of existence, the universe, and humankind.