The word speaks to the Faustian man : a translation and interpretation of the Prasthānatrayī and ¦aṅkara's bhāṣya for the participation of contemporary man. 1. Ī¶a Upaniṣad, Kena Upaniṣad, Kaṭha Upaniṣad, Pra¶na Upaniṣad
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1991 - 455
ABOUT THE BOOK:The Chandogya Upanisad: The culture it reflects is remote and archaic, the texture of its ritualistic and contemplative symbolism thick and dense--virtually a closed book for us moderns. A sustained self-submitting attentiveness, howeve
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The word speaks to the Faustian man : a translation and interpretation of ...
Som Raj Gupta
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action adjuncts Agni agnihotra atman attain avidya aware become body body-self born Brahman called cognition comes concepts consciousness constituted context creation creatures dark death death instinct desire distinctions doer dream earth etad eternal ether of space existence experience feel fire give gods heaven Hiranyagarbha holy acts human identity ignorance immortality implies in-being incoming breath Indra innocent intellect interpreted world knower knowledge language language-game life-breath live Lord man-world mandala means meditation mind mind-self mortal Naciketas nature negation object ontological outgoing breath passion passive phenomena poet Prajapati prakrti prana predicate presence primal purged purusa qualities question realisation reality remains reveal sacrifice samadhi Samaveda Sankara sattva scriptures seek seer Self-knowledge self-submission sense-self senses sleep soul speak speech subject-term supreme sustain symbol tamas teacher temporal things thinker thinking thought truth unmanifest Upanisad Vayu Vedanta Vedas Vedic verse vision waking wisdom word Yajurveda yaksa Yama