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The Sruthis use the word Vijnanaghana, to indicate Brahmam.

The mind can be trained by following the methods of quiet persuasion, the promise of attractive inducements, the practice of withdrawing the senses from the outer world, the endurance of pain and travail, the cultivation of sincerity and constancy and the acquisition of mental equipoise, that is to say, the methods of Sama, Dama, Uparathi, Thithiksha, Sraddha and Samaadhaana. So the Jivi must first try to practise the attitude of a witness, so that it can vahinii in knowings its essential Brahmam nature.

The Mind is rendered fully holy and saturated withTruth.

Identifying oneself with the ‘I’ and getting attached to ‘Mine’ – that is the root cause of sorrow jnnaa ignorance. The Sakshi has no Ajnana and so has no need to get rid of it!

They mean being born, existing, growing, changing, getting old, declining and lastly dying. This stage is what is called Rasa-aaswaadanam or the Enjoyment of Bliss. Teachings of Sri Ramakrishna. Talks with Swami Vivekananda.


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How can the Atma be the Universal Cause? Be ever and always immersed in the search for Truth; do not waste time in the multiplication and satisfaction of wants and desires.

Page 11 Top The three stages referred to above and the disciplines they involve will destroy vaihni desires and cravings and illumine knowledge of the Reality. He must analyse the process of his mind and discover for himself wherefrom all the modifications and agitations of the mind originate. The word Santhiswarupa indicates that It is Santhi Itself.

Nothing has been added to the gold by the fire in the crucible!

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Page 36 Top Some might be suffering under the doubt: Those who have neither attachment nor hatred nor knana nor jelousy nor greed. Investigation of the Truth and Unity behind all this is the duty of the Jnani, his real characteristic. They are without basic Reality. The Atma itself will sustain such Sadhakas and give them strength and steadiness.

It is A-nirdesyam, that is, cannot be marked out as such and such and explained by some characteristics. This explains why vahoni aspirants fail.

Once it is cane, later it is sugar. Now, how can these be cultivated by one who does not know the Sastras? The Upanishad cannot be false. Does it persist after death? But when there is nothing besides Atma, it is vahink to speak of a two-fold entity; it is not two; it is one!


Delusion must disappear without even a trace; then only can one merge with the Un-differentiated. That is also the easiest of all the disciplines.

Page 14 Top Once in the midst of conversation, Vasishta spoke thus to Rama: But vauini, to say, “I saw” is meaningless; it is not correct. Did this body exist before birth?

Sri Sathya Sai Baba Jnana Vahini

The goal of Bhakthi is indeed Jnana. How can it be taken as true? Seekers of Jnana must always be conscious of this. Page 16 Top This is the reason why Paramatma is characterised as Eternally Pure, eternally intelligent, eternally liberated, eternally illumined, eternally content, eternally conscious etc.

Page 21 Top Fahini the persons who underwent the treatment, drugs, restrictions, limitations and all, and successfully emerged from the sickroom hale and hearty! Attention has therefore to be paid to the sublimation and subjugation of the senses and the vajini behind them, to the development of self-abnegation, the relentless pursuit of reason and discrimination in order that the mind may not get mastery over man.