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« on: August 27, 2008, 05:43:10 PM »
The Chapter XIV continues....

Verse 9:- The diseases due to the dis-equilibrium of the
bodily humours are the suffering of the gross body. 
Desire, anger, etc., are the suffering of the subtle body.
And the source of the sufferings of both gross and subtle
bodies, is the suffering of the causal body.

Verse 10:-  The knower of the Supreme Self, while dis-
criminating about it as mentioned in the Chapter on the
"Bliss of Noduality", sees no reality in any of the object
of enjoyment.  What then should he desire?

Verse 11:-  When the individual Self is determined (to be
identical with the immutable) through the methods mentioned
in Chaptr XII on the "Bliss of the Self", there remains no
enjoyer in this body.  So, how can there be sufferings which
are the result of identification with the body?

Verse 12:- Anxiety regarding virtue and vice are the sufferings
of the future life. It has already been told in Chapter XI that
such anxiety cannot affect the illumined men.

(About the sufferings relating to the next world, see ibid XI.1.5-9;
See also Kaivalya Up.  22;)

to be contd....

Arunachala Siva.