Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 20 Oct 2011 08:03 and updated at 20 Oct 2011 08:03


Kena 2.4. When Brahman is known as the inner Self (of cognition) in every state of Consciousness, It is known in reality, because one thus attains immortality. Through one s own Self is attained strength and through knowledge is attained immortality.
Aitareya 3.1.2: It is this heart (intellect) and this mind that were stated earlier. It is sentience, rulership, secular knowledge, presence of mind, retentiveness, sense perception, fortitude, thinking, genius, mental suffering, memory, ascertainment resolution, life activities, hankering, passion and such others. All these verily are the names of Consciousness.
Aitareya 3.1.3: This One is (the inferior) Brahman; this is Indra, this is Prajapati; this is all these gods; and this is these five elements, viz. Earth, air, Space, water, fire; and this is all these (big creatures), together with the small ones, that are the procreators of others and referable in pairs to wit, those that are born of eggs, of wombs, of moisture of the Earth, viz. Horses, Cattle, men, Elephants, and all the creatures that there are which move or fly and those which do not move. All these have Consciousness as the giver of their reality; all these are impelled by Consciousness; the universe has Consciousness as its eye and Consciousness is its end. Consciousness is Brahman.
Aitareya 3.1.4: Through this Self that is Consciousness, he ascended higher up from this world, and getting all desires fulfilled in that heavenly world, he became immortal, he became immortal.

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