Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 20 Oct 2011 10:44 and updated at 20 Oct 2011 10:44


ChandogyaUpa1 2 This Prana in the mouth and that sun are the same. This is warm and that is warm. People call this as Svara (that is going) and that as Svara and Pratyasvara (that is going and coming). Therefore one should meditate on this Prana and that sun as Udgitha.
ChandogyaUpa1 3 Just as a fisherman would see a fish in Water, so did Death observe the Devas in the (rites connected with) Rik, Saman and Yajus. They, too, knowing this, arose from the Rik, Saman and Yajus, and entered the Svara (the syllable Aum).
ChandogyaUpa1 4 Verily, when one learns the Rik, he loudly pronounces Aum It is the same with Saman and with Yajus. This syllable Aum is indeed Svara; it again is immortality and fearlessness. Having entered into Svara (i.e. having meditated) the Devas became immortal and fearless.
ChandogyaUpa1 5 He who worships this syllable knowing it thus, enters this syllable, the Svara, which is immortality and fearlessness. And having entered it, he becomes immortal by that nectar, by which the Devas became immortal.

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