tat-asaṃkhyeya-vāsanābhiḥ citram api para-artham saṃhatya kāritvāt
That (mind) with innumerable vāsanā, indeed (has) another purpose. (It) is variegated because (its) activity is joined (with the senses and sense objects). 164 more words
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“A man once took instruction from a wandering holy man. After a few days the holy man went away leaving his disciple to meditate in a hut on the outskirts of a small village.
Message from the book “Day after Day with Swami Dayananda”
Parameśvara is understood through the śāstra. But even after exposure to the śāstra and analysis of it, one can still have the orientation that he is the body (deha-ātmā-buddhi). 137 more words