Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 20 Oct 2011 10:49 and updated at 20 Oct 2011 10:49


ChandogyaUpa1 3 Now, verily one should meditate on Vyana as Udgitha. That which one breathes out is Prana and that which one breathes in is Apana. The junction of Prana and Apana is Vyana. That which is Vyana, even that is speech. Therefore, one utters speech while one neither breathes out nor breathes in.
ChandogyaUpa1 5 Therefore whatever other actions require strength, such as the kindling of fire by friction, running a race towards a goal, the bending of a strong bow, are all performed, while one neither breathes out nor breathes in. For this reason one should meditate on Vyana as Udgitha.
ChandogyaUpa3 2 And (he who is in) that which is the southern door of this (heart), is Vyana. He is the ear, he is the moon. This Brahman( called Vyana) should be meditated upon as prosperity and fame. He who meditates thus becomes prosperous and famous.
ChandogyaUpa5 1 Then, when he offers the second oblation, he should offer it with the Mantra Svaha to Vyana thereby Vyana is satisfied.
ChandogyaUpa5 2 Vyana being satisfied, the ear is satisfied; the ear being satisfied, the moon is satisfied; the moon being satisfied, the quarters are satisfied; the quarters being satisfied, whatever is under the moon and the quarters is satisfied. Through its satisfaction the eater himself is satisfied. (He is satisfied) also with offspring, cattle, food, lustre and the holy effulgence born of sacred wisdom.

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