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according acquiescence active acts attained BHASHYA Bhikshu bodily bondage Brahma buddhi Chandrikd Colebrooke consequence darkness derived discrete principle discrimination dispassion dispositions distinct doctrine egotism eightfold eleven organs enumerated existence explained external faculties five gross elements five rudiments five subtile foulness fruition function Gaurapada gross body implies Indra inference intellect internal instruments Iswara Kapila Kdrikd kinds of pain knowledge liberation linga linga sarira mahat manifestation matter means migrates mind modification nature and soul notion objects of sense observes obstruction organs of action organs of sense origin perception perfectness pleasure pradhdna prakriti Pratyaya proceeds products of nature Professor Lassen proof properties purpose of soul racter respectively rest reverse rudimental body rudimental elements Sankhya Scholiasts soul's specific stanza substance subtile body subtile rudiments Sutra synonyme Tatwa Kaumudi term thence things three kinds three qualities tion translation undiscrete Vachespati variety Vedas verse Vijnana Vijnana Bhikshu virtue vritti Yakshas
Page 178 - So through study of principles, the conclusive, incontrovertible, one only knowledge is attained, that neither I AM, nor is aught mine, nor do I exist.
Page 66 - as a bed, which is an assemblage of bedding, props, cotton, coverlet, and pillows, is for another's use, not for its own, and its several component parts render no mutual service; thence it is concluded that there is a man who sleeps upon the bed, and for whose sake it was made : so this world, which is an assemblage of the five elements, is for another's use ; or there is a soul, for whose enjoyment this enjoyable body, consisting of intellect and the rest, has been produced.
Page 76 - They are all non-sentient, or irrational and inert. Their activity depends on combination with the qualities ; their sentient power on proximity to soul : and the conjoint presence of these two properties leads to the erroneous belief that soul is agent, as well as sentient. XXI. FOR the soul's contemplation of nature, and for its abstraction, the union of both takes place, as of the halt and blind. By that union a creation is framed.
Page 1 - He who knows the twenty-five principles, whatever order of life he may have entered, and whether he wear braided hair, a top-knot only, or be shaven, he is liberated.
Page 13 - II. THE revealed mode is like the temporal one, ineffectual, for it is impure ; and it is defective in some respects, as well as excessive in others. A method different from both is preferable, consisting in a discriminative knowledge of perceptible principles, and of the imperceptible one, and of the thinking soul.
Page 111 - ... excretion, and generation are to be compassed, to be effected, dhdrya^, by the actual application of the several organs : sound, taste, touch, smell, form to be manifested, to be made sensible, prakdsya : and all of them, together with the vital airs, constituting in fact animal life, are to be dhdryya\, upheld or maintained. XXXIII. INTERNAL instruments are three ; external ten, to make known objects to those three. The external organs minister at time present : the internal do so at any time....
Page 189 - Panchasikha, by whom it was extensively made known." 71. "Handed down by disciples in succession, it has been compendiously written in Arya metre by the noble-minded Is'wara Krishna, having fully learned the demonstrated truth.
Page 116 - XXXVI. THESE characteristically differing from each other, and variously affected by qualities, present to the intellect the soul's whole purpose, enlightening it as a lamp. BHASHYA. These, which are called instruments : they variously affected by qualities. How affected? Like a lamp; exhibiting objects like a lamp. Characteristically differing ; dissimilar, having different objects ; that is the sense. Objects of the qualities is intended. Variously affected by qualities ; produced or proceeding...
Page 68 - Sutras affirmative of the separate existence of soul. XVIII. SINCE birth, death, and the instruments of life are allotted severally ; since occupations are not at once universal; and since qualities affect variously ; multitude of souls is demonstrated. BHASHYA. Life and death, and the instruments (of life). From the several allotment of these : this is the meaning of the text. Thus, if there was but one soul...