ISAVASYA UPANISHAD : - Mantram - 6.
ISAVASYA UPANISHAD :
VAJASANEYI SAMHITA UPANISHAD
Mantram : 6.
Final Discussion-5. 'Summation'......
Repulsion, hatred, shrinking, dislike, and fear etc,.. can come not with oneself, but with another.
The intellectual - 'I' may dislike or fear or hate the mental - 'I' at a given time and place; but here, also there is pluralistic concept.
'The other' is always necessary for one to enertain 'jugupsa' but when we have realised and are experiencing the Oneness of the Self, and when we have got more and more established in that experience, where can there be ' other' excepting the Self?
When 'the other' has retreated, the 'mental perversion or jugupsa' also disappears from the mind.
This is the great Goal of perfection pointed out by the great Rishi-s, and we may add here that in no other religion of the world has this scientific truth been so vividly explained as in 'Vedantham'.
The Rishi knew that this idea, so subtle and unusual, my not be correctly understood by the students easily, and hence the following Mantram is again dedicated to explain much more vividly the same Truth.
Next : Mantram-7.
To be continued ....