The Spirit of the Upanishads Or the Aphorisms of the Wise

The Spirit of the Upanishads  Or the Aphorisms of the Wise

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Excerpt from The Spirit of the Upanishads, or the Aphorisms of the Wise: A Collection of Texts, Aphorisms, Sayings, Proverbs, Etc;, From "the Upanishads," or Sacred Writings of India, Compiled and Adapted From Over Fifty Authorities, Expressing the Cream of the Hindu Philosophical Thought I expound in half a verse what has been told in a million volumes - that is the Truth, the world is illusion, the soul is none other than that. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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The Spirit of the Upanishads

The Spirit of the Upanishads

Spirit. of. The. Upanishads. PART I, THE THRESHOLD. That wherein disappears
the whole of that which affects the mind, and that which is also the background of
all ; — to that I bow,— the all eternal consciousness, the witness of all ...

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Studies in the Upanishads

Studies in the Upanishads

also that is of a contrite and humble spirit , to revive the spirit of the humble , and
to revive the heart of the contrite ones . " * Notice the mention of the contrite ' and '
humble ' spirit , of which we hear little in the Upanishads . Again : “ The Lord is ...

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The Call of the Upanishads

The Call of the Upanishads

And so the Teacher of the Kena Upanishad says that the Spirit cannot be
comprehended by thought - it matters not whether thought calls IT the known or
the unknown . Thought cannot describe IT either in positive or non - positive
terms .

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The seers and sages of Ancient India revealed fundamental principles of perennial philosophy. The Upanishads contain the essential principles of this perennial-this ageless philosophy. They contain a large number of inspiring and instructive passages and verses. It has not been possible to include all of them in this book. For the purposes of this book the author has taken those verses and passages that have a bearing on the mystical teaching of the Upanishads. It is mysticism which is the very core of the Upanishads-and so in understanding its mysticism one comes to the heart of the sublime and magnificent teaching of the Upanishads. In this age, where science and technology may lead us into a world devoid of meaning and significance. Modern man needs today a meaningful philosophy if the achievements of science are not to lead him to greater and greater destruction-but to sublime and majestic heights of creative living. It is in the Vision of Life given by the Upanishads that man can find the fundamental philosophy of Creative Living-a philosophy that can serve as a Beacon Light even in the midst of surrounding darkness, a philosophy that can lead him from the unreal to the Real, from darkness to Light, from death to Immortality.
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The Upanishads The Kh ndogya upanishad The Talavak ra upanishad The Aitareya ranyaka The Kaush taki br hmana upanishad the the V gasaneyi samhit upanishad

The Upanishads  The Kh  ndogya upanishad  The Talavak  ra upanishad  The Aitareya   ranyaka  The Kaush  taki br  hmana upanishad the the V  gasaneyi samhit   upanishad

Spirit ( prâna ) is better than hope . As the spokes of a wheel hold to the nave ?,
so does all this ( beginning with names and ending in hope ) hold to spirit . That
spirit moves by the spirit , it gives spirit to the spirit . Father means spirit , mother is
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The Upanishads The Kh ndogya upanishad The Talavak ra upanishad The Aitareya ranyaka The Kaush taki br hmana upanishad and the V gasaneyi samhit upanishad

The Upanishads  The Kh  ndogya upanishad  The Talavak  ra upanishad  The Aitareya   ranyaka  The Kaush  taki br  hmana upanishad and the V  gasaneyi samhit   upanishad

Spirit ? ( prâna ) is better than hope . As the spokes of a wheel hold to the naveo ,
so does all this ( beginning with names and ending in hope ) hold to spirit . That
spirit moves by the spirit , it gives spirit to the spirit . Father means spirit , mother ...

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The Upanishads and Sri Sankara s Commentary Chha ndogya

The Upanishads and Sri Sankara s Commentary  Chha ndogya

fastened to the Spirit . Spirit moves by Spirit ; Spirit gives Spirit , to the Spirit .
Spirit is the father , Spirit the mother , Spirit the brother , Spirit the sister , Spirit the
teacher , Spirit the Brahmana . ( 1 ) . Com .--- Beginning from Name , and ending
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Sacred Books of the East The Upanishads pt 1

Sacred Books of the East  The Upanishads  pt  1

Spirit ? ( prâna ) is better than hope . As the spokes of a wheel hold to the nave ?,
so does all this ( beginning with names and ending in hope ) hold to spirit . That
spirit moves by the spirit , it gives spirit to the spirit . Father means spirit , mother ...

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The Upanishads

The Upanishads

As the spokes of a wheel hold to the nave2, so does all this (beginning with
names and ending in hope) hold to spirit. That spirit moves by the spirit, it gives
spirit to the spirit. Father means spirit, mother is spirit, brother is spirit, sister is
spirit, ...

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The Upanishads

The Upanishads

As the spokes of a wheel hold to the nave 2, so does all thisibeginning with
names and ending in hope) hold to spirit. That spirit moves by the spirit, it gives
spirit to the spirit. Father means spirit, mother is spirit, brother is spirit, sister is
spirit, ...

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Concept of Salvation in the Upanishads the Bible and the Qur an

Concept of Salvation in the Upanishads the Bible and the Qur an

....For it is not you who speak, but the spirit of your Father speaking through you (
Matthew 10:20) Do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul; rather
fear him who can destroy both soul and body in hell (Matthew 10:28) For what ...

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English translations of all the Upanishads are not readily available. Most of the pundits have translated only the principal Upanishads. Four translations from which passages have been cited in this book are Sixty Upanishads (translated from Paul Deussen's German version to English by V.M.Bedekar and G.B.Palsule), Principal Upanishads (by Dr. S.Radhakrishnan), Upanishads (New Translations by Patric Olivelle, Oxford University Press. 1996) and Eight Upanishads (translated by Swami Gambhirananda of Advaita Ashrama). Borrowed texts have been acknowledged when quoted. Other translations are by the author
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The Sacred Books of the East The Upanishads pt 1 translated by F Max M ller

The Sacred Books of the East  The Upanishads  pt 1   translated by F  Max M  ller

Spirit ( prâna ) is better than hope . As the spokes of a wheel hold to the nave ? ,
so does all this ( beginning with names and ending in hope ) hold to spirit . That
spirit moves by the spirit , it gives spirit to the spirit . Father means spirit , mother is
 ...

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The Twelve Principal Upanishads

The Twelve Principal Upanishads

English Translation : with Notes from the Commentaries of Sankaráchárya and
the Gloss of Ánandagiri Bombay Theosophical Fund Tukaram Tatya. “ Whoever
knows that spirit ( Purusha ) , whose abode is the earth , whose place ( of sight ) 1
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Choice Upanishads

Choice Upanishads

Thus Brahman appeared in the sky as a yakúa apparition, Spirit. The gods saw
the form of the Spirit. They were baffled. Did not know what the yakúa was. And
were terrified at the thought of the enemy still lurking. So they approached Agni ...

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The Upanishads form the final portion of the Vedas which are considered the primeval source of the scriptures. Sage Badaranaya Vyasa classified them as Rik, Sama, Yajur and Atharvana Vedas. This book provides an exhaustive commentary on four Upanishads namely Kena, Isavasya, Kaivalya and Mundaka. The Upanishads expound a system of philosophy which helps humanity attain spiritual enlightenment.
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The Religion and Philosophy of the Veda and Upanishads

The Religion and Philosophy of the Veda and Upanishads

CHAPTER 6 VEDIC COSMOLOGY AND COSMOGONY The cosmology of the
Veda is simple and natural , and it shows little of the spirit of the cosmology which
is characteristically Indian and which is first revealed to us in post - Vedic texts ...

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The Religion and Philosophy of the Veda and Upanishads

The Religion and Philosophy of the Veda and Upanishads

THE SPIRITS OF THE DEAD CHAPTER 23 THE ABODES OF THE DEAD $ 1 .
The Nature of the Dead It is not altogether easy to derive from the Rigveda a
precise conception of the nature which was attributed to the spirits of the dead by
the ...

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message from the Dalai Lama. The book provides: new ideas and ways of
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The Brihad Aranyaka Upanishad

The Brihad Aranyaka Upanishad

Whoever knows that spirit , whose abode is the ether , whose place ( of sight ) is
the ear , whose light is the mind , - as the locality of the whole soul , is in truth one
who knows . ” “ I know , O Yájnavalkya , the spirit , the locality of the whole soul ...

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The Upanishad and Sri Sankara s Commentary Chha ndogya

The Upanishad and Sri Sankara s Commentary  Chha ndogya

fastened to the Spirit . Spirit moves by Spirit ; Spirit gives Spirit , to the Spirit .
Spirit is the father , Spirit the mother , Spirit the brother , Spirit the sister , Spirit the
teacher , Spirit the Brahmana . ( 1 ) . Com.— Begimning from Name , and ending
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From the Upanishads

From the Upanishads

He goes from death to death who sees a difference between them . This is to be
received by the mind , that there is no difference here . From death to death he
goes , who sees a difference . The spirit of the measure of a finger stands in the ...

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The Brihad ra yaka Upanishad

The Brihad   ra   yaka Upanishad

Whoever knows that spirit , whose abode is the ether , whose place ( of sight ) is
the ear , whose light is the mind , - as the locality of the whole soul , is in truth one
who knows . ” “ I know , O Yájnavalkya , the spirit , the locality of the whole soul ...

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