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Master of Self Realization
« on: April 21, 2009, 12:49:39 PM »
Master of Self Realization, An Ultimate Understanding, is a book,
is a book, which inter alia, contains the Notes of Nisargadatta Maharaj, taken during his satsanghs with his guru, Sri Siddharameshwar Maharaj. 

The following is a highly abridged form of the Notes, taken from
the Mountain Path issue of July-Sep 2008.


All the air, and wind, and the vital prana, both inner and outer
are one.  It is a part of the body.  Sky is all one. The luminance
is one both inner and outer.  If you will not take in the outer
air, you are not great.  You may say, 'it is mine', but if you do not
accept from others, you can'do without it. All of this is yours.
You are all.  The five elements and the one Self are the same for all.
You have to take from it and release in it.  When you write on the
surface of water, only the first letter is written, and afterwards,
it does not remain while you go on to write the second letter. Such
is the sequence in creation, the world appearance.  This is all
Undivided Brahman, spread out equally everywhere.  If you gain
some Knowledge, it can be taken with you to any far off places
where you go.


Walk simultaneously through air, the sky, and on earth.  You
cannot live by touching only one, and leaving the another.  They
are all together forming one body.  The five elements make one
Universal Body.  The five elements make one Universal Brahman.
And the five elements are One with the Self.  All things are One
with 'This'.


If Lord Ganapati rides upon the mouse, the Lord is greater and
if the mouse will ride on Ganapati himself, then the mouse is
greater.  The entire world is like this. The business of this world,
its very function, is like this.  If you are Ganapati himself, you are
the Innermost Existence, the essential part of your being.  If all
the advice is absorbed by the body, what will you get? It gulps
all the chariots at one time, which is the right time.  You should
be Ganapati and put into practice what you have learned.

(Source: As stated above)

Arunachala Siva.