Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 20 Oct 2011 08:32 and updated at 20 Oct 2011 08:32


Mundaka 2.1.2: The Purusha is transcendental, since He is formless. And since He is coextensive with all that is external and internal and since He is birthless, therefore He is without vital force and without mind; He is pure and superior to the (other) superior imperishable Maya().
Mundaka 3.2.8: As rivers, flowing down, become indistinguishable on reaching the sea by giving up their names and forms, so also the illumined soul, having become freed from name and form, reaches the self effulgent Purusha that is higher than the higher Maya().

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