Mundakopanishad : { A seeker seeing meaningless-ness of the wordly and heavenly pleasures advised to approach a teacher and seek 'Supreme Knowledge.' } Mantram-12.





Mundaka-Upanishad



 Chapter-1.



 Section-2. ( Rituals )



 Mantram-12. { A  seeker  seeing  meaninglessness  of  the  worldly  and  heavenly  pleasures  advised  to  approach  a  teacher  and  seek  "Supreme  Knowledge." }



 Mantram-12.



Discussion-8. "If  pandita-s  cannot  serve  the  world  as  teachers,  then  who........"


Thus,  a  teacher  is  he  who  has  a  'thorough  knowledge  of  the  science  of  Religion'   which  is  in  the  Upanishad-s  and  is  one  who  is  also  rooted  in  his  'own  subjective  experience  of  that  plane  of  Consciousness'   which  is  indicated  by  the  'Sruti.'


Such  a  Master  alone  can  convincingly  propagate  the  'Sruti' and  Kindle  enthusiasm  of  the  youth  to  brave  the  difficulties  and  stand  the  challenges  of  life,  till  he  slowly  reaches  the
"Eternal  Goal  of  Life."


Next : Discussion-9. "The  term  ' Samit-panih' in  the  fourth  line  of  the  mantram  ...."

To be continued  ....

   
 

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