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The eighth anuvaka, similarly, is another seemingly unconnected lesson. He who knows that food thus rests in food is well established. Let him meditate upon that Brahman as support. I am food object! He realises that he is non-doer and non-enjoyer. Indra is the presiding deity of strength and of the hands. This is the realm of knowledge observed in all human beings.
He becomes the presence of supremacy. All creatures grow due to food, and thus are interdependent.
O revered Sir, teach me Brahman. Of it Yajus is the head. Brwhmananda presents Knowledge and Truth as different, non-superimposable but interrelated. When, however, one makes even the slightest distinction in Brahman, then there is fear for him.
Thus is the meditation of Brahman in respect of man. May Indra and Brihaspati be good to us.
It lists the diverse uses of Om in ancient India, at invocations, at Agnidhrain songs of the Samansin prayers, in Sastrasduring sacrifices, during rituals, during meditation, and during recitation of the Vedas.
Moda is joy, satisfaction after possessing the object. The second inner level of nature and knowledge-seeking is about life-force, asserts Ananda Valli’s third anuvaka.
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Of that Prana is the head; Vyana the right wing side ; Apana the left wing side ; the Akasa the trunk body ; the earth, the tail, the support. The subtle body and the causal body function during the dreaming state. Therefore arise the following questions of the pupil: The fifth anuvaka of Ananda Valli states that the “manomaya kosha” thought, will, wish envelops a deeper more profound layer of existence, which is the “vijnana-maya kosha” knowledge, ethics, reason.
A knower of Brahman regards that good and bad are but different manifestations of the same Atman.
Having brought forth, he entered it; having entered it, he became what is manifest and what is not manifest, defined and undefined, the abode and non-abode, knowledge and ignorance, truth and falsehood, and all this whatsoever is existing. To him all desires pay homage. He who knows thus, departing from this world, and attaining the Annamaya self, then attaining the Pranamaya self, then attaining the Manomaya self, then attaining the Vijnanamaya self, then attaining the Anandamaya self, eating what he likes and assuming forms according to his wishes, travels through the world, and sits singing the following Sama song: That is the vow.
May Varuna be good to us. The verse asserts that the student must master the principles of sound as it is created and as perceived, in terms of the structure of linguistics, vowels, consonants, balancing, accentuation stress, meterspeaking correctly, and the connection of sounds in a word from articulatory and auditory perspectives. Food, Prana, the eyes, the ears, the mind and the speech are Brahman. Ethical living accelerates Self-knowledge in the graduate.
It controls the Pranamaya-Kosa.
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Knowledge can be right or wrong, correct or incorrect, a distinction that principles of Truth and Truthfulness help distinguish.
Paul Deussen notes that the word Ananta in verse 1 may be vulgate, and a related term Anandasimilarly pronounced, is more consistent with the teachings of other Upanishads of Hinduism, particularly one of its central premise of Atman being sat-chit-ananda.
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