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Do not slip away from it. They explain the basic philosophical principles and clear doubts which are likely to arise in understanding these principles. Those who study this work with devotion will realise the high state of Repose and be liberated here and now.
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The third question is: Being, Consciousness and Bliss which are themselves glorious, always remain a homogeneous Whole yet appear different. What is needed is to fix the attention on the pure “I” after the subsidence of all thoughts and not to lose hold of it. Meditation is meant for the removal of ignorance, of the wrong idea that he is without.
Although the time and place are different, a little consideration reveals the man to be the same. If by meditation the subtle state of thought is won, then ignorance is destroyed. What can I do for you in return for such a great kindness? In the example; ‘This is that Devadatta,’ the man who was seen in another place and on another occasion, and also navaneethzm as Devadatta, is this man who is seen in this navaneethham and on this occasion. Though this is with the triad of distinction [triputi] it will finally end in pure awareness [jnanam].
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There is no detailed process of creation. I ] Owing to the fluctuations of the vasanas, Jnana takes time to steady itself.
The book deals with kaivaya Self and that is its purpose. Kaivalya or Revala is the state in which the soul exists, isolated from all connection with the body etc.
Therefore it was said that the sukshma sarira alone survives Jnana. Don’t have a World Wisdom ID? The vasanas are of two kinds. Navaneetjam not the ‘I’ disappear when the subject disappears thus? Brahman or the Self is like the screen and the world is like the pictures on it.
If he be a stranger whose advent you await, he is bound to disappear also. Sri Karapatra Swami was a monk and teacher Pithadhipati at the sacred seat of learning at Kashi also known as Varanasi or Benares. The subject [knower] is only a mode of mind. And the answer is: If the Self and maya both exist, does not validate the theory of Advaita?
That agami [karma now collecting] is no longer operative, owing to the absence of the sense of bondage, and that prarabdha will be exhausted by enjoyment [bhoga] only.
In order that all may understand clearly Vidyananda, the true spirit of the Holy books, in Nannilam Master Narayana appeared in my samadhi and commanded me to make this Kaivalya Navaneeta perfect in every detail, and free from defect. The Master is within. From the navaneethham ocean of milk the Upanishads etc.
I do not know why. Thus though in sleep the awareness of the Self is not lost, the ignorance of the Jiva is not affected by it.
Gracious Master, save me by tearing off the cords which bind me to the five sheaths, so that my heart may be at peace! A devotee asked Sri Bhagavan: You know that in the Theosophical Society, they meditate to seek the masters to guide them.
When the Upanishads say that all is Brahman, how can we say, like Sri Sankara, that the world is mithya or illusory? This book also does not refer to Kaivalya Navaneetam.
The Jnani has transcended the ego and therefore all the causes of bondage are inoperative.