Friday, 16 January 2015

Nirvana Upanishad

Nirvana Upanishad The (bliss of) Brahman is free from the (three) qualities (Sattva, Rajas and Tamas). (Brahman) is realized by discrimination (of the real from the unreal) (and) it is beyond the reach of the mind and speech. Restraint on the mind is the patched garment. Complete quiescence of the mind is the practice of Brahmavidya. The ether of consciousness is the great established conclusion. Instruction in the emancipating mantra results in efficiency of bodily limbs and mind for possessing divine power in practising tranquillity, self-restraint, etc., and in the realization of the oneness of the (so-called) higher and lower Self. The presiding deity (of the Taraka) is the everlasting bliss of non-duality.