The Da Upanishad: The Short Discourses on Self-Renunciation,

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N. 1952 Religion and Society Among the Coorgs of South India. IV ADHYAYA, 2. 301 bhutanam murdha { pdnduravdsd) atish- ra,^a. ^/la/i sarvesham bhutanam murdha. ii. Lord Vishnu is an aspect of God in the ancient Hindu tradition and is the maintainer, and preserver of the creation we know as Universe. A single theme is expanded upon throughout�the redemption of man through the Messiah. Against the red background of the mountains, one cannot even see the approach to the monastery.
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Mandukya Upanishad

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Libri Psalmorum Versio antiqua Latina, cum Paraphrasi Anglo-Saxonica. Some are so used to the local license, that they phlegmatically say, “Even if you sue them for a hundred years, they will make no investigation, and the decision of their court will depend on the number of thousands of dollars paid to the judges.” So those who have lived a long time in the large cities of Sinkiang declare. His mind is ever engaged in earning money and possessing objects of his desires.
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Sacred Books of the East - Revised Edition: Vedic Hymns --

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A complete translation of the White Yajur Veda. The Atharva Veda also contains material from the Rig Veda, but of interest are the numerous incantations and metaphysical texts, which this anthology (part of the Sacred Books of the East series) collects and categorizes. From the time of the Svetasvatara Upanishad onwards, Rudra-Śiva seems to have been associated with Yoga. Śiva is now known as Yogisvara. The quotation from Śvet. 1. 1 already cited (page 1) shows how this theme was still discussed and indicates the alternatives that were offered late in the period.
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Naciketa's Fire: a tale from the Upanishads

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See that the oil lamp is kept burning until dawn. Because of this the bodhi sattvais capable of taking on the suffering of others in samsara and of transferring his own merit to them. The "various" heading shows the etheric body inserted between the physical and the astral bodies. Many of its principles can be successfully applied to any religious, spiritual or magical tradition. He has since studied them, practiced them, and moved to America to share them with the Western world.
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The Upanishads Part 2

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As stars are far above the sand, so are rational explanations far above mere sensory observation of phenomena. THAT MOVES NOT" The motion of the world works under the government of a perpetual stability. More extraordinary grist for his travel diary! The Ranchi school had just been left behind us; we had risen before the sun. The ear hears the sound. the eye sees the form. So, for this foray into the mystical world of the Upanishads, we’ll need to sit still and listen between the lines.
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The Philosophy of the Upanishads (Cosimo Classics)

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The goal of the Hindu Sannsyasin is moksha (liberation), the conception of which also varies. The special subject of the puranas is the powers and works of the gods, and one ancient Sanskrit lexicographer, Amarasinha, writing in the fifth or sixth century A. From your missionaries, who visited Lhassa in former centuries, we have learned many tales; and some of your books are in our libraries. He comes to the abode Aparājita (‘Unconquered’); the brilliancy of Brahma enters into him.
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Selected Upanishads

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No, my dear, only that which is, was in the beginning, one only, without a second. 3. ' It thought^, may I be many, may I grow forth. A short entry on my blog Critical Sagacity entitled Major faults of the Vedas and the Upanishads received some responses from offended Hindus, but there was one comment-response which was particularly characteristic of conservative Hindu protestation: The irrationality in the world is Abrahamic religions (Christianity, Islam and Judaism). After a thousand days Shakayanya, a knower of the soul, appeared to teach him.
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Heartbeat of the Absolute: Discourses on the Ishavasya

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The more we read and analyze, the more confused and entangled the mind becomes. Dara Shikoh invited many pundits from Benares to Delhi, who assisted him in translating 50 Upanishads into Persian language. The Sama Veda is a collection of hymns used by the priests during the Soma sacrifice. The Popovtsi, the Bezpopovtsi, the Striguni, the Priguni, the Pomortsi, the Netovtsi (not recognizing anything, but considering themselves “of the old faith”) afford many incomprehensible discussions.
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NEO-UPANISHADIC PHILOSOPHY

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What cannot be heard with the ear, but that thereby the ear can hear: Know that alone to be Brahman, the Spirit; and not what people hear adore. In no religion you will find such a variety of practical Yoga practised and such sublime unique philosophy expounded. They are the essences, the permanent archetypes, the Platonic Ideas. L 2 1 48 TALAVAKARA-UPANISHAD. by which speech Is expressed, that alone know as Brahman, not that which people here adore. 6. ' That which does not think by mind, and by which, they say, mind is thought ^, that alone know as Brahman, not that which people here adore. 7. ' That which does not see by the eye, and by which one sees (the work of) the eyes, that alone know as Brahman, not that which people here adore., 8. ' That which does not hear by the ear, and by which the ear is heard, that alone know as Brahman, not that which people here adore. 9. * That which does not breathe by breath, and by which breath is drawn, that alone know as Brah- man, not that which people here adore.' Second Kha^vda. 1.
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Sri Ramakrishna Upanishad

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Vijnana is the divine counterpart of the lower divided intelligence. general sea of Consciousness in the human being. 23 They are all co-existent in the universe eternally and inseparably, but [21] Therefore physical substance is called in the Upanishads annam. As we seated ourselves, I noticed that Therese was glancing at me with naive curiosity; evidently Hindus had been rare in Bavaria. “Don’t you eat anything?” I wanted to hear the answer from her own lips. “No, except a consecrated rice-flour wafer, once every morning at six o’clock.” “It is paper-thin, the size of a small coin.” She added, “I take it for sacramental reasons; if it is unconsecrated, I am unable to swallow it.” “Certainly you could not have lived on that, for twelve whole years?” “I live by God’s light.” How simple her reply, how Einsteinian! “I see you realize that energy flows to your body from the ether, sun, and air.” A swift smile broke over her face. “I am so happy to know you understand how I live.” “Your sacred life is a daily demonstration of the truth uttered by Christ: ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.’” 3 Again she showed joy at my explanation. “It is indeed so.
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