ISAVASYA UPANISHAD : Mantram : 14.
ISAVASYA UPANISHAD :
VAJASANEYI SAMHITA UPANISHAD
Discussion-6. "Abhi-Sambhuti and Abhi-Sambhava"....
The experience of 'Brahmam' and Its infinite freedom are described in the 'Chandogyopanishad' more than once, and on that occasion the Rishi uses the terms
'Abhi-sambhuti,' and 'Abhi-sambhava.'
In the 'Brhadaranyakopanishad,' Rishi 'Yajnavalkya,' in his teachings to 'Maitreyi,' says :
"The mukta attains to 'vinasa', and there is no other name for liberation."
It is obvious that here the destruction ( vinasa ) is of the 'Vasanas' that maintained and gave a tone to the ego-centric personality ( jivatama) of the seeker.
Here in this mantram, the word 'death' is to be understood in all its amplest significance
as including and incorporating in its purview the entire principle of finitude in the mortal world of ours.
A jnani who has the devotion of a 'Radha' alone can live the life of a true b 'Parthasarathi'