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It Is Both Manifest & Unmanifest


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The following is a translation of the Isha Upanishad from The Principle Upanishads by S. Radhakrishnan. This Upanishad, also known as the Ishavasya, belongs to the Vajasaneyi school of the Yajur Veda and consists of forty chapters, of which the Isha is the last. The Isha is not concerned with the Absolute, Parabrahman, but with Parameshvara, the Supreme Soul. It teaches that life in the world and life in the divine spirit are not incompatible.


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3 Demonic, verily, are those worlds, enveloped in blinding darkness, and to them go after death, those people who are slayers of the self.


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sorrow can be to him who has seen the oneness? ô


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Worshiping within and without: The devotee ardently seeks to know his true self by worshiping the Sivalingam


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it were, those who delight in the manifest. 3


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form. Whosoever is that person, that also am I. 3


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may this body end in ashes. O Intelligence, remember, remember what has been done. Remember, O Intelligence, what has been done, remember.


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Sarvapelli Radakrishnan was an Indian philosopher and 3


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pieter weltevrede


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