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Subramanian.R

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Panchadasi - (33)
« on: August 20, 2008, 05:30:46 PM »
The Chapter IX continues....

Verse 45:-  The future impediment has been illustrated in the
case of Vamadeva.  He overcame it in one birth and Bharata
in three births.

Verse 46:-  In the Gita, it has been told that a Yogi who has not
attained illumination in this life, may be freed from the impediments
after many births.  Yet his practice of enquiry is never fruitless.

(Bhagavad Gita 6.41-45)

Verse 47:- Because of his practice of enquiry such a Yogi enters
into the heaven of the meritorious and then if he is not feed from
desires, he is born again in a pious and prosperous family.

Verse 48:-  Or, if he has no worldly desires, he is born in a
famiy of Yogis who have pure intellect due tp their practice
of enquiry into the nature of Brahman, for such a birth is
hard to obtain.

Verse 49:- He regains the Yogic intellect acquired in his previous
birth and so strives more vigorously.  This birth is indeed hard
to achieve.

Verse 50:- He is borne on by the momentum of his Yogic practices
in the previous birth even against his inclination.  Thus after
many births he achieves perfection and as a result is liberation.

Verse 51:- A man who has a strong desire for Brahmaloka, but
suppresses it and practices enquiry about the Self, will not have
realization.

(Mundaka Upanishad, 3.2; 1.2)

Verse 52:-  As the scriptures say, the monk, who has well
ascertained the meaning of Vedanta, goes to the realm
of Brahma and is released at the end of the four Yugas along
with Brahma.

(Mundaka  Upanishad 3.2.6; Brahadaranyaka Up. 6.2.15)

to be contd....

Arunachala Siva.
 
 

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Re: Panchadasi - (33)
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2008, 06:10:11 PM »
The predominant tendency determines the next birth.We may not be aware of our supressed desires.
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