ISAVASYA UPANISHAD : Mantram : 14.





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VAJASANEYI    SAMHITA    UPANISHAD



Mantram-14.



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'
      
and  guide  the  chariot  of  his  era  to  sure  success  and  victory  over  the  demonic  forces  of  
decadence  and  stupor  into  which  history  has  fallen.

NEXT : Discussion-7. "Sixth  wave  of  thought" .....

To be continued  ....

 

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