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Brahman, though ever present, still appears as if realized afresh by enquiry into the Self, as taught by a Master of the scriptures.

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Praise, praise to the author of my salvation! The Cream of Liberation outlines the basic philosophical principles of Advaita Vedanta and reviews these in a way intended to make them very clear to readers, again in the form of a dialogue between a master and devotee.

Being, Consciousness and Bliss englihs become manifest in the state of Peace which is characterised by a stern detachment from externalities. Thus the last one will end in course of time and then the gross body also falls away with it. If you always remain aware that ‘I’ am perfect Consciousness, what does it matter how much you think, or what you do? Each can yield its allotted fruits only. But how is the gross body considered to fall off too?

The background of the mod is the ‘I’ in which the mind modes arise and sink. But when kaivaalya seer himself become the screen only the Self remains.

Both yesterday and tomorrow are only with reference to today. Those who study this work with devotion will realise the high state of Repose and be liberated here and now. Thus the disciple gains true knowledge ennglish right experience in the presence of the Master. It is anirvachaniya, or indescribable. In that record, there are two places where Kaivalya Navaneetam is mentioned by Bhagavan Ramana.


To whom does it come? To remain unshaken in it, further efforts are necessary But if the cotton is englisy under a lens it catches fire and is consumed by the rays of he sun passing through the lens. They arise and set.

Kaivalya Navaneetham Moolam

Yesterday was called ‘today’ in its time, and tomorrow will be called ‘today’ by us tomorrow. They do not make for liberation. To the mind navaneehham ego who feels that he is a separate entity, who thinks, ‘I do this’ or ‘this is mine’.

That agami [karma now collecting] is no longer operative, owing to the absence of the sense of bondage, and that prarabdha will be exhausted by enjoyment [bhoga] only. You have remained as my Self within, protecting me in all my past incarnations.

Who was Charles Eastman Ohiyesa? Where is the use of engliah being like that? It is only as it is.

Kaivalya Navaneeta

Gracious Master, save me by tearing off the cords which bind me to the five sheaths, so that my heart may be at peace! As aspirant is instructed to find who he is. Eastern Religion Hinduism Metaphysics. Here there are quite a few references to Kaivalya Navaneetam. What he objected to is one’s imagining that the Self is limited by the names and forms that constitute the world.

Whatever is seen, is of Me. With every thought the subject and the object appear and disappear. Who is to speak of it, to whom and how? Then the Srutis try to satisfy their curiosity by such theories of creation. As you asked I have told you this. You have been always with me watching me through several incarnations, and ordaining my course until I was liberated.


But after the performance he alone remains and all the visions he had created have disappeared. They seek to find out how there can be sudden creation. Now, by your Grace, you have manifested yourself as my master and revealed yourself as the Self.

One is natural state and the other is a transformation into forms of objects.

Lamp of Non-Dual Knowledge/Cream of Liberation, Sri Karapatra Swami, Tandavaraya Swami

Otherwise they are not perceived; such is the law of nature. The sixth question is: Sankara also said that this world is Brahman or the Self. You think of him in human shape as a body of certain dimensions, colours, etc.

Jnana, once revealed, takes time to steady itself. Although the time and place are different, a little consideration reveals the man to be the same. Description Two short classics enylish Advaita Vedanta presented in a single volume: Subramanian garu, Thanks a lot once again for all your information. Therefore, O Son, be at peace, knowing that we are always the same limitless Being.

Edward Carpenter who had stated that he had self realization on some occasions and that its effects lasted sometimes afterwards, only to be gradually lost.

The question then arises: