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Subramanian.R

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Atma Vidya Vialsam - (14)
« on: September 03, 2008, 05:30:32 PM »
Please read Atma Vidya Vilasam (43) as Atma Vidya Vilasam (13).

Verse 46:- The Jnani, wears Akasa, the Space, as his clothes,
he spreads the earth as his bed, keeps his hands as pillows,
embraces the damsel of saintlyhood and enjoys the divine
sleep of bliss happily with complete ecstacy.

Verse 47:- Vasanas, or latent tendencies of the previous birth
will haunt a normal person in the current birth. The Jnani has
no such'samskara' - 'must happenings in the present birth'.
He enjoys with his Pure Intellect, as a damsel, in the palatial
mansion of divine bliss.  He is in Brahman, like the ghee in the
butter, all pervading but without known by others.

Verse 48:- The Jnani cherishes with broadway of the renunciation
by lighting thousand lamps with his self effulgence.  Climbs
the upstairs called the Reality and enjoys the ecstasy of Liberation,
the damsel in the Brahmic state.

Verse 49:-  The Jnani devoid of pleasures, appetite, concern
for his body remains completely satisfied with illumination.
He is Sahaja Sthiti, immense Ananda, the Bliss, without any
bondage.  He is Brahma Ananda at all times.

Verse 50:-  The Brahma Jnani, with his discretion either rejects
or receives anything without intention.  As in unaffected by good
or bad that comes in its way, he never hates them.  Whatever
that has not come to him, he has no regret either.

to be contd....


Arunachala Siva.   
 

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Re: Atma Vidya Vialsam - (14)
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2008, 08:05:03 PM »
All this applies to Bhagawan.
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Re: Atma Vidya Vialsam - (14)
« Reply #2 on: September 04, 2008, 10:23:02 AM »
Dear Raju,  Yes.  Bhagavan Sri Ramana, is the epitome of
Ajati.  Every characteristic that is mentioned in Advaita
Vedanta sciptures, can be seen in Bhagavan Ramana.

Arunachala Siva.