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MUNDAKOPANISHAD : CHAPTER-3. SECTION-1. MANTRAM-10. { A desirer of prosperity should worship the Knower of Brahmam }



MUNDAKOPANISHAD

CHAPTER-3.

SECTION-1.

MANTRAM-10. { A  desirer   of  prosperity  should  worship  the  Knower  of  Brahmam }

Discussion-5. "Intellectual  purification  and  spiritual  glory"

*This  is  the  glorious  life  of  a  "Seer"   who  has  the  living  experience  of  the  intimate  identification  with  everything  and  everyone.

**Therefore,  in  this  "Mantram"   the  sons  of  the  Ancient  Bharatham   ( Hindus ),  "are  not  recommended  to  go  about  helping  Jnani-s  to  build  Ashrama-s  or  to  submerge  them  in  the  puddles  of  almonds-and-milk!!!  

***"A  true  Master  craves  for  nothing  except   the  seeker's  mental   and  intellectual  purification  and  spiritual  glory!!!!"  


***** {  The present  day  God-men  and  God-women,  must  study  this  mantram,  as  these  people  exploit  the  devotees  mental  weakness,  and  play  with  their  emotions,  many devotees  just  fall  in  the  trap  of these  game,  and  widely  think  this  as  realisation  of  Truth,  which  is  not,  if  it  is  yes,  then  there  won't  be  too  many  crimes,  and  wrong  doing  in  the  Bharatham}

NEXT : Discussion-6. "Crowds  of  devotees  crying  and  begging,  praising  and  fondling,  a  terrible  agony!!!!!!!!!!!!!

To be continued  ..

  

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sarvam - all;

hi - indded;

etat -this;

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( The Scriptural Treatise )

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Jagarita-sthano  bahih  prajnah  saptanga

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prathamah  :  first;

padah  ;  quarter.

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